Question high end gaming pc can't run some of the easiest games...help please

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lynx1021

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The PSU extensions could be causing a voltage drop, only use where absolutely necessary. When they started running electricity in the late 1800's they tried DC and found they couldn't go very far with out voltage drops so that is why they changed to AC so they could use transformers. DC cables need to be short as possible.
 
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The PSU extensions could be causing a voltage drop, only use where absolutely necessary. When they started running electricity in the late 1800's they tried DC and found they couldn't go very far with out voltage drops so that is why they changed to AC so they could use transformers. DC cables need to be short as possible.
[/QUOTE oh damn i didntg know that. so i gotta test the ram and psu cables, ill get back to yall soon. thanks for all the help
 

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