• Why does my new PC not start? It gives beeps?

    Hello, I just bought all the PC parts I need to build my own PC, I did build PC's before so it's not my first time. But this time, when I start the fresh build PC, all the fast spin but it gives ome short and one long beep, and then powers itself off. I don't even get to the BIOS part. How do I fix... show more
    Hello, I just bought all the PC parts I need to build my own PC, I did build PC's before so it's not my first time. But this time, when I start the fresh build PC, all the fast spin but it gives ome short and one long beep, and then powers itself off. I don't even get to the BIOS part. How do I fix this? I tried to switch RAM slots, remove the BIOS battery, With and without GPU, in the case and outside the case but nothing helps. This are the parts of my build: Intel i7-7800X MSI GTX 1070 ti X299 Aorus Gaming 3 Pro Motherboard Ballistix Sport 2x8GB DDR4 2400Mhz (The CPU only supports 2400Mhz RAM) Coisair CX650 PSU Samsung Evo 850, 250gb SSD WD Blue 2TB HDD Zalman white case Looking for help, thanks!
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • I5 4690k heating problem?

    I have a gtx 970 and i5 4690k, and the last couple of weeks I have noticed that my constant 144fps on overwatch has frequently dropped to like 70s, even 60s. I monitored my CPU temperature during 1 match of fortnite battle royal(less intensive game) and one of my cores reached 90C. I'm pretty sure this is... show more
    I have a gtx 970 and i5 4690k, and the last couple of weeks I have noticed that my constant 144fps on overwatch has frequently dropped to like 70s, even 60s. I monitored my CPU temperature during 1 match of fortnite battle royal(less intensive game) and one of my cores reached 90C. I'm pretty sure this is very bad, also when I have just facebook and discord open I am getting 60s which my nephew says is very high for being idle. I dusted out my PC, and it doesn't seem to have solved the issue. Any suggestions?
    7 answers · 20 hours ago
  • What comes in semisolid former. ..?

    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is this a good gaming pc?

    Should I make any changes? Price/performance ratio? https://pcpartpicker.com/user/loloFTW/sa...
    Should I make any changes? Price/performance ratio? https://pcpartpicker.com/user/loloFTW/sa...
    5 answers · 7 hours ago
  • Gaming computer won t turn on?

    I m having issues starting my computer. The lights are on and "breathing" while it s off. However, when I push the power button, ALL of the lights turn on for less than a second and it goes back to turning off. Anyone experience this or can help enlighten me on fixing this?
    I m having issues starting my computer. The lights are on and "breathing" while it s off. However, when I push the power button, ALL of the lights turn on for less than a second and it goes back to turning off. Anyone experience this or can help enlighten me on fixing this?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is the F1 2017 benchmark good for my pc?

    Good day, i recently read a review on the F1 2017 game to see how graphic cards perform in this year as i know games are getting more graphic intensive each year. In that review their specs were an i7 5960X at 4.2ghz, i dont know how much ram they used, Windows 10 and a handful of gpus from GTX 1050 to GTX Titan X... show more
    Good day, i recently read a review on the F1 2017 game to see how graphic cards perform in this year as i know games are getting more graphic intensive each year. In that review their specs were an i7 5960X at 4.2ghz, i dont know how much ram they used, Windows 10 and a handful of gpus from GTX 1050 to GTX Titan X Pascal and New AMD cards. I was curious to benchmark my pc knowing it is quiet old, just to see if it still can perform well. Heres my specs: i7 3770 8gb 1600mhz(8-8-8-10-120) MSI H61m P31 W8 Galax Exoc OC GTX 1070 Windows 10 64 bit Heres my benchmarks: 1920x1080p Ultra High Preset Min FPS: 90 Vram usage:3gb Avg FPS: 106 Ram usage:4.3gb Max FPS: 129 1920x1080p Max graphics settings Min FPS: 79 Vram usage: 3.2gb Avg FPS: 96 Ram usage: 4.3gb Max FPS: 120 4k Max graphics settings Min FPS: 58 Vram Usage :3.6gb Avg FPS: 68 Ram usage: 3.4gb Max FPS: 83 1920x1080p Ultra High Preset Min FPS: 33 Vram usage: 4.4gb Avg FPS: 40 Ram usage: 3.3gb Max FPS: 50 Note: I cannot overclock my pc as it has a H61 mobo and i never overclocked my gpu. I had hyperthreading on for the cpu. I don t remember if the F1 game had Ultra preset but i just chose the Ultra High preset and i was comparing it to the benchmarks s review which used the 1920x1080p Ultra Preset only.I was focusing on the GTX 1070 with that extreme i7 cpu.I was short of 4 fps average for the 1920x1080p Ultra preset benchmark and i was amazed that this old i7 ivybridge cpu can still hold up to games.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • Idk what to do..?

    I'm going to purchase a gpu for my pc i build a year ago. It has an msi B150M 8gb ram ddr3 intel core i5 6500 630w psu I am planning to stick with the gpu that im going to buy for at least 2-3 years. My budget is pretty tight and in my country the evga 1050 ti is around 200$. The gtx 1060 3gb is around 310$.... show more
    I'm going to purchase a gpu for my pc i build a year ago. It has an msi B150M 8gb ram ddr3 intel core i5 6500 630w psu I am planning to stick with the gpu that im going to buy for at least 2-3 years. My budget is pretty tight and in my country the evga 1050 ti is around 200$. The gtx 1060 3gb is around 310$. The 100$ difference seems a lot to me. What do you guys suggests i should do?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is my PSU failing?

    Best answer: Most likely, it is the PSU. But a motherboard capacitor could have "popped". Based on your previous problems, I'd bet on a bad PSU. "However it passes the test, with the paper clip (green to black pin)" - that just tells you that it is getting "power". Doesn't tell you that... show more
    Best answer: Most likely, it is the PSU. But a motherboard capacitor could have "popped". Based on your previous problems, I'd bet on a bad PSU.
    "However it passes the test, with the paper clip (green to black pin)" - that just tells you that it is getting "power". Doesn't tell you that there is any 5v leg working or which 12v legs work.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • I bought an RX580 8gb, GPU-Z says 8gb but Dxdiag says it only has 4gb. Whats up with that?

    shouldnt Dxdiag be accurate since details from it is what helps with troubleshooting when you deal with online helpers? Or have i been scammed with what i bought?
    shouldnt Dxdiag be accurate since details from it is what helps with troubleshooting when you deal with online helpers? Or have i been scammed with what i bought?
    4 answers · 21 hours ago
  • I'm going to buy new SSD, to replace HDD. What size is enough? Will 128GB be fine?

    Best answer: if all you want to pay for is the 128 then just transfer your os to the ssd partition and keep your old hdd in there as a second drive for everything else. and put your swap file on the old drive.
    Best answer: if all you want to pay for is the 128 then just transfer your os to the ssd partition and keep your old hdd in there as a second drive for everything else. and put your swap file on the old drive.
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • How do I download more processor speed?

    Do I download core 17?
    Do I download core 17?
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Someone please help me fix my Mac!?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Which motherboard should i go with?

    ASUS PRIME Z370-A or GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS ULTRA or GAMING 5.
    ASUS PRIME Z370-A or GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS ULTRA or GAMING 5.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • PC won't boot?!?

    Best answer: CPU may have been damaged by overclocking. That's the chance anyone takes when running a device outside of the guaranteed spec. If you have an i3 or any similar processor on hand, try substituting that, temporarily.
    Best answer: CPU may have been damaged by overclocking. That's the chance anyone takes when running a device outside of the guaranteed spec. If you have an i3 or any similar processor on hand, try substituting that, temporarily.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I upgrade my PC or should I just buy a new one?

    If my PC is not desire to upgrade anymore then should I buy one or build one by my own? Please give me some suggest because I am rookie to computer, and I do not know how to pick one. My budget is only $500 - $600, and I want a gaming PC, I only play LOL, DFO, and some stream games, like Tales of Berseria. The... show more
    If my PC is not desire to upgrade anymore then should I buy one or build one by my own? Please give me some suggest because I am rookie to computer, and I do not know how to pick one. My budget is only $500 - $600, and I want a gaming PC, I only play LOL, DFO, and some stream games, like Tales of Berseria. The detail of my PC is following: Dell Inspiron 560 desktop CPU : Intel Pentium Dual- Core E5700 @ 3.00GHz Motherboard: Dell 018D1Y ( Intel 4 series chips - ICH10R) Memory: 6 GB ( Intel DDR3 1600 MHz /Kingston Technology DDR3 1333MHz) Storage: Western Digital WDC WD5000AAKS - 75V0A0 ( 500 GB / 7200RPM) Video Card: AMD Radeon HD 7570 (1GB / DELL) Power Supply: Corsair CX Series 750 Watt 80 Plus Bronze Certified Modular Power Supply (CP-9020061-NA)
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • Connecting computer to TV?

    I have a desktop computer and a new smart TV. I connected an HBMI cable but was unable to play a file from my computer on the TV. Do I need some kind of software for this?
    I have a desktop computer and a new smart TV. I connected an HBMI cable but was unable to play a file from my computer on the TV. Do I need some kind of software for this?
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Computer won't boot?!?

    Best answer: Sounds like your power supply has kicked the bucket. You have choices. You can spend $29 to $89 on a PC Power Supply tester, use it one time, and learn the PS is dead. You could remove the PS and take it to a computer repair store and ask them to test it. Or, you can take that money and buy a bigger, higher... show more
    Best answer: Sounds like your power supply has kicked the bucket. You have choices. You can spend $29 to $89 on a PC Power Supply tester, use it one time, and learn the PS is dead. You could remove the PS and take it to a computer repair store and ask them to test it. Or, you can take that money and buy a bigger, higher wattage power supply.

    Me, I would buy a nice gaming PS. Your mobo has 2 nice video card slots. Most video cards are 175-290 watts of power. Power supplies work best when run at 70% load...... that means when u add up all the wattage of mobo, fans, dvd, cd, video cards, nic cards etc and you come out with 700 watts - you do not buy a 700watt PS, you go get a 1,000 watt model. Since your mobo has slots for more cards - your PS should be bought big enough to handle everything that mobo can dish out.

    Why did your PS die? My guess - it was built with a PS only large enough to handle the original load and not at 70%. This is all too common with 'affordable gaming computers' - they are 'affordable' because everything is bare minimum. Or, you have been adding things to this computer and not considering the extra load on the PS.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • New GPU,Check Video Cable?

    So i basically bought a new GPU,A GT 1030 and i plug it in my pc and connect it with a VGA to DVI single link adapter and the monitor says no video input check video cable and i don't know what's up with that someone help? The GPU doesn't have PSU Connector either so that's weird.
    So i basically bought a new GPU,A GT 1030 and i plug it in my pc and connect it with a VGA to DVI single link adapter and the monitor says no video input check video cable and i don't know what's up with that someone help? The GPU doesn't have PSU Connector either so that's weird.
    4 answers · 2 days ago