i recently got a new gpu which is an rx 570 (swapping from interrgrated graphics to an actual new gpu) and i had to upgrade my psu to accommodate my new gpu. without thinking i went on ebay and bought a new psu with the right cables and all that jazz. so anyway i plug everything in and boot it...
So I upgrade my graphics card from 9400 gt to Rx 570. I have two monitors and when I was using the 9400 gt it was working perfectly but since I change the graphics card the two monitors works for a bit then both of them shows a black screen. But if I install only one monitor it works perfectly...
im looking to buy the rtx 2060 palit and im not sure if my pc can handle it manly my cpu
Right now I got a:
Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. H110M-S2H-CF motherboard
intel i5-7400 CPU 3.00GHz, 3001 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
220v power supply which i know that ill need to swap...
I'm looking forward to build $200 Pc, mainly use for browsing and watching youtube
No need to be tiny pc, regular size one is ok
PC only, no need to include monitor, keyboard, os or speaker
I have current gen desktop with only 240Gb SSD soo I pulled two 750Gb HDDs from my old laptop(about 3 years old).My question is how and if I can make a raid with just those two disks(keeping it also portable) and have windows and programs installed on my SSD?
I have asus pro gaming z170 with...
Hey there, I'd like to ask for some opinions on this.
I recently bought my first UPS, and I notice that while the plastic casing has a normal temperature, the screws on the bottom that tether the internals are much higher in temperature.
Is the elevated internal temperature normal for a UPS...