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Vex828

Is it okay that I didn’t hear my gpu like click in? It was a little wobbly so I bought a support bracket, everything turns on and it has a few frame drops in games, IMG_6076.thumb.jpeg.40fac35c075f4fbccbbb88d1f4dbb253.jpegnot too often. Gpu is rx 7800xt

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Just now, Vex828 said:

Is it okay that I didn’t hear my gpu like click in? It was a little wobbly so I bought a support bracket, everything turns on and it has a few frame drops in games, IMG_6076.thumb.jpeg.40fac35c075f4fbccbbb88d1f4dbb253.jpegnot too often. Gpu is rx 7800xt

did you make sure that the clip was open? sometime the click isn't that loud, it wasn't on my b550. But it was secure enough that I couldn't pull it out when it was in (that's what she s-)

 

It should be fine. What're your specs?

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1 minute ago, Vex828 said:

Is it okay that I didn’t hear my gpu like click in?

Some PCIe slot locks (which produce the "click") don't click, or you have to lock them yourself.

Generally, the lock doesn't have to be engaged if you never move the computer around.

If you want peace of mind, check the lock mechanism on the slot for if it's actually locked.

English is not my first language, so please excuse any confusion or misunderstandings on my end.

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4 minutes ago, Vex828 said:

Is it okay that I didn’t hear my gpu like click in? It was a little wobbly so I bought a support bracket, everything turns on and it has a few frame drops in games, IMG_6076.thumb.jpeg.40fac35c075f4fbccbbb88d1f4dbb253.jpegnot too often. Gpu is rx 7800xt

Didn't I ask you to move that white cable?  🙂

 

We don't need a pic though for this, just give it a little more push.  Some boards flex if you haven't done the standoffs correctly.  Could be just that.

 

What do you mean by frame drops?  Are you implying that since it's not clipped in, it's causing them?

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4 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

Didn't I ask you to move that white cable?  🙂

 

We don't need a pic though for this, just give it a little more push.  Some boards flex if you haven't done the standoffs correctly.  Could be just that.

 

What do you mean by frame drops?  Are you implying that since it's not clipped in, it's causing them? I did move it , just a slightly older picture, and I mean I don’t know, I tried pushing it in a little more but it’s probably fine

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2 minutes ago, Vex828 said:
7 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

Didn't I ask you to move that white cable?  🙂

 

We don't need a pic though for this, just give it a little more push.  Some boards flex if you haven't done the standoffs correctly.  Could be just that.

 

What do you mean by frame drops?  Are you implying that since it's not clipped in, it's causing them? I did move it , just a slightly older picture, and I mean I don’t know, I tried pushing it in a little more but it’s probably fine

Most likely fine.  If it works, there is a connection.  Since you aren't moving your machine at all, it won't go anywhere.

 

I'd leave it them and enjoy.

"Do what makes the experience better" - in regards to PCs and Life itself.

 

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13 minutes ago, filpo said:

did you make sure that the clip was open? sometime the click isn't that loud, it wasn't on my b550. But it was secure enough that I couldn't pull it out when it was in (that's what she s-)

 

It should be fine. What're your specs?

Its a b650m-k by gigabyte and the gpu is the hellhounf 7800xt

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I too would recommend routing that white cable better. Not critical but you're 90% of the way to a gorgeous build and a little extra effort can push you over the line. 
I'm almost certain that you could route it through the hole in the top of the backplane then out through ideally the bottom right passthrough hole (just below the one with the 24pin mobo power). There are a couple other bits of cable management you could do if you want tips, but really, a very pretty build

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8 minutes ago, OddOod said:

I too would recommend routing that white cable better. Not critical but you're 90% of the way to a gorgeous build and a little extra effort can push you over the line. 
I'm almost certain that you could route it through the hole in the top of the backplane then out through ideally the bottom right passthrough hole (just below the one with the 24pin mobo power). There are a couple other bits of cable management you could do if you want tips, but really, a very pretty build

I did do it, the picture is a little older 

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