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Specs :
MOTHERBOARD- prime h310m-k r2.0
CPU - Intel Core i3-9100F
GPU - Nvidia GTX 1660 Super
RAM - Crucial CT8G4DFS8266.M8FD 1x8GB DDR4
SSD - Team T253X2256G 256GB
HDD - Samsung HD502HI 500GB
PSU - SOME BRAND CALLED TITAN ITS 430W
Colif
Colif
that isn't a psu brand I seen before, only see it in one place and thats in a case from newegg (link) and the PSU you get with cases leave a lot to be desired. Not sure I would use it in a new PC.
Can someone please help advise me?

I may have the wrong components, for the machine to work???

I have the following items:-

Tower - Eclipse P400
Motherboard - Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X
CPU - AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
CPU Cooler - Be Quiet Dark Rock 200W TDP
Power Supply - ADX W850
Graphic Card - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
Hard Drive - Seagate Barracuda 1TB

I have not bought RAM yet.

I need advice please.
COLGeek
COLGeek
Start a thread in the Systems Section of the forum.

Looks like you have an Intel based motherboard and an AMD CPU. These will not work together.
New PC is up and running. Was able to remove cable cover on 5000D airflow and install 3 more intake fans after watching a tear down video on Youtube.

M.2 Drives and chipset are running hot. Adjusting the fan curves fixes this somewhat, but man the fans I have can be loud.
hello gorospaz
I'm from Portugal.
i have a 2007 toshiba a200 (psae6e) that had a 7100 cpu. i was able to successfully upgrade to the t7700.
now i wanted to test the t9300. my bios is v.2.6 but i don't know if it works because i found this:
what is your bios? and the specific model of the a200?
thanks
COLGeek
COLGeek
You should start your own thread to possibly get responses from other members:

Ryzen 5 5600x
Gigabyte G1 gaming GTX 980 TI
ASUS TUF B550-Plus
Cougar Case
Cooler Master AIO
750w Modular Segotep PSU
Slowly working on getting software onto new pc. Don't have non-rug space for it yet, so I'm still mostly using my old rig for now.

By the way, this thread really helped alleviate my dragon center concerns. I was able to turn off the rgb on my MSI 3080 as well.
Can I create an USB OS installation drive with multiple OS in it?
If so, then which software can I use to create one?
I want to install an OS from the USB drive, not run an OS from it.
Nice build!
Reactions: Archaic59
Archaic59
Archaic59
Don't feel bad. The first xeon I got was several weeks ago and I ordered the wrong one that's not compatible with my motherboard. I had to send it back. I felt so stupid.
Master Djoza
Master Djoza
The modern chipset's (Z490 for example) doesnt seem to support any Xeon's?
When did they "cut" the support for Xeon cpu's for normal motherboards?
Archaic59
Archaic59
Pretty sure it was just before skylake where it ended. There's x79 and x99 boards that support xeons.
I saw your message about centurylink internet service slowing to a crawl when downloading a game. I'm only on their 80Mpbs service but experience the same thing. I've taken multiple painful journeys through the centurylink tech support process with no answers.
Did you ever figure this out?
CPU $300
GPU $800
Mobo $200
RGB $3,600
Drives $200

Someone who is good at the economy please help me budget this. My family is dying
(stolen from @dril on twitter).
Master Djoza
Master Djoza
Trash the GPU ;)
Herr B
Herr B
would spend at least 3000 for drives. 600 should be plenty for led
Colif
Colif
needs more rgb
The best thing about the black Corsair 5000D is that no one can see your terrible cable management.
Master Djoza
Master Djoza
With a case like that it would be embarrassing to have bad cable managament.
So much features for cable management its impossible not to have good cable management.
JunkSniperJoe
JunkSniperJoe
Mostly just joking. My cable management actually looks quite nice for once.
Brought 24 pin extension and fans. Fans were 3 pin, so I have to return them. Cable extension works great, super flexible.

Everything import is in the case now. Turns on, usb Type A's work, thermal paste isn't leaking all over the place, etc.