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MidnightFD3S

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  1. No I didn't the the 1 stick at a time. Don't really have the time available to do that
  2. So I ran the test.... Everything checks out... No issues
  3. I'll give that a shot, thanks!
  4. So this is my current build: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/jRfcsX Everything is pretty much brand new except the HDD, randomly when I start up the computer it won't start. On the Post Lights it shows a DRAM problem, but it isnt consistent which is what is confusing me. After a few restarts it will finally boot up and run perfectly fine with 0 hiccups. No idea what is going on lol
  5. Ok, so i think my SSD was corrupted or something, luckily the SSD i ordered just came in, i put that in and was able to install windows.
  6. So this is my second time restarting and this keeps happening @FakeKGB@8-Bit Ninja
  7. Thanks both of you! I am trying it out now, fingers crossed!
  8. Awesome thanks, yeah i do have a laptop
  9. That's what I thought but windows tech support said I didn't need to lol. I'll take your word for it. So I bought the PC used with windows already installed. So how do I do this? I have a flash drive.
  10. So first things first this is my setup: CPU: i5 10600KF MOBO: ASRock B560 Pro 4 RAM: Team T-FORCE VULCAN Z 4x8GB 3200 GPU: ASUS 1650 Super 4gb CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo PSU: Thermaltake 500W Storage: Kingston 120 GB SSD, WD 1TB HDD I think that's everything, so I recently upgraded from my old movie/ setup and only kept the storage and gpu. I plugged everything in, From the looks of it everything is working. When I boot up, I go straight to bios, I did the bios flash, it restarted and back to bios. If any pictures are needed I
  11. Ok that makes plenty sense to me. I have always liked intel, but with the latest ryzens thought would be better to switch over So would you say same list you made earlier just change the ram and cpu?
  12. Out of curiosity, how come you seem to to pull towards Intel?
  13. Awesome! Thanks, yeah I am just tired of this current cpu holding me back and since ryzen is the new best thing, was thinking of going ryzen
  14. Lol I guess that makes sense, I just didn't list it because it's not the part of the build I need
  15. So I was looking at this and I don't see how the 3400g is better... Also why do I need an integrated graphics card, if I have an actual gpu
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