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Jellyboi66

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  1. Well unfortunately my mother board is the p5ql pro, and it does not have a display port on the rear I/O lol, so it looks like I’m in the market for a new graphics card for my new computer. In the meantime I will still borrow the graphics card for now. Thanks though for the help
  2. Hello, so my older computer has an Nvidia (it says ASUS on the card though) GeForce gtx 660 GPU And an Intel core 2duo e7300 @2.66GHz cpu my question is, if I take out the graphics card temporarily to use with my new build at the moment. Is my older computer still capable of running without the graphics card? thanks in advance edit: Well unfortunately my mother board is the p5ql pro, and it does not have a display port on the rear I/O lol, so it looks like I’m in the market for a new graphics card for my new computer. In the meantime I will still bor
  3. thank you for the assistance! I also had the bracket in the wrong orientation as well. Cheers!
  4. So, I am building my new computer atm. I have an NZXT N7 Z590 motherboard with a LGA 1200 socket, and a Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (that I ordered off of amazon through a suggestion on this forum). the box has a sticker that says "supports LGA 1200 socket" and on top of that has instructions that are decently difficult to understand. So my problem is, is that the bracket that mounts on top of the nuts (with spacers) on the topside of the motherboard, the bracket is shaped like an X and half of the X sits up too high to be able to screw into the nuts, also the bracket when positioned to be att
  5. Thanks for the tip lol, would you mind explaining more about the power issues for the b560 chipset? As I said for the other comments, I forgot to add that I will be using the old GPU, SSD, and HD that came from my other computer and use them with the new setup. Now with the GPU that I have in my older computer, would I still then need a better power supply than the one I chose? And lastly thanks for the tip about the case I will definitely take a look. Thanks for the help I really appreciate it.
  6. So I forgot to mention that I would be using my GPU from my older computer and as well as the SSD and Hard drive I feel like I will replace them later on so that my parents can still have a computer after I move out in the future. As for the mother board I was thinking of going with the NZXT Z590 but is there a cpu that is overclock-able and works with that motherboard while also being pretty similar to price and performance to the 11400F? Lastly for the PSU I’m more wondering is it the right wattage? Or am I going overkill? And for your second post I forgot to add the cpu cooler, I guess nowa
  7. Budget (including currency): no more than $900 would like to stay closer to $800 if possible Country: Canada eh? Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: World of Warcraft, Train Simulator, World of Warships, Starcraft, No Man's Sky, Astroneer. Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Mainly For Gaming between low and mid range games, not so much AAA games. I don't necessarily need any peripherals, as I'm fine with w
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