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i didn't really do anything other than reset the bios to defaults. I just build a new PC, everything brand new. What video cable using? I would recommend buying an SSD and install Windows on it (~250gb should do it). http://sumolinux.com/solved-my/solved-my-first-build.html

Reply to SR-71 Blackbird ashwinpajankarJan 12, 2017, 5:35 PM Ok. Reply to mcconkeymike engineer5261Jan 20, 2017, 8:55 PM I assume you were using your 770 and had your monitor connected to your GPU and not to the connector on the motherboard. Reply to PixelJax mcconkeymikeJan 20, 2017, 9:01 PM PixelJax said: mcconkeymike said: Ok, well first off I wouldn't have bought a B series mobo with a K processor, but that won't Sign in 4 4 Don't like this video? try here

How is the Asus mobo build quality? I've managed to capture the entire contents of memory with a full 8GB memory dump on the last crash. ashwinpajankarJan 12, 2017, 5:18 PM Hi,I want to build a PC for Video Editing and Gaming from Scratch.Games played1) Ashes of Singularity2) Total War seriesVideo editing1) Adobe Premier pro CS62) Lightroom3) These are my specs,CPU: i7-6700kGPU: GTX 770 referenceMobo: msi b150 pcmateRam: Corsair lpx 16gbStorage: 2x WD caviar blue 1tbi think it might be bottlenecking but also heard that integrated graphics can

solved New build, your thoughts? Reply to engineer5261 PixelJaxJan 20, 2017, 8:57 PM mcconkeymike said: Ok, well first off I wouldn't have bought a B series mobo with a K processor, but that won't cause a PC won't boot after new graphics card installed solved new build doesnt boot "please power down and connect the pcie power cables for this graphics card" Pc doesn't display or boot The 6700k doesn't come with a CPU cooler, so what cooler are you running on it?

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I did notice that my GTX 670 I have both the 8 pin plus the 6 pin connector from the power supply whereas my GTX 1060 only has a slot for I don't have another pc to try the graphics card on so I don't know for sure if the card is dead or if it's my settings. See if any bent pin. almost 4 years old.

Wattage 550w OR 650W , and make it a decent one. What FPS did you get? I will then buy an Asus z270 mobo and Asus Strix 1080 gtx. chacolAug 14, 2016, 7:17 PM alexoiu said: Clearing the CMOS should enable the card, whatever previous setting.

And I just installed windows 10, and I'm having micro stuttering iss solved Micro stutter on great new build driving me mad! joeyhile 22 views 6:48 Fake BSOD Malware - Duration: 3:20. I would recommend buying an SSD and install Windows on it (~250gb should do it). Reply to Math Geek Razer2115Jan 3, 2017, 7:14 PM @Grandmaster, I have the driver DVD, So if my usb port start working in win 10, I can install all drivers from

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solved New Build. If the temps don't end up being the issue, then I would start looking at your hard drives. an ssd is the goal in the near future.

I might add another 1080 gtx after a year.

solved Pc wont boot after installing new graphics card Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to solved New pc build which does not boot with dedicated graphics card installed PC doesnt boot after installing new Ram and graphics card solved So I bought a new graphics card Reply to vrumor mcconkeymikeJan 20, 2017, 9:13 PM vrumor said: I bet you didnt reinstall Windows on your new gear did you? If it does, try removing the CPU and checking the socket.

Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? The link for the one I have is here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814126113I've flashed my BIOS to the latest version, I changed the settings to Auto and PCI-E only and neither of them worked. Help needed solved New i5 Build Help & Advice Needed solved New gaming build, buget £2000, help needed! Reply to mcconkeymike PixelJaxJan 20, 2017, 9:54 PM mcconkeymike said: Well that isn't bad for idle, I would keep Hardware Monitor running in the background while playing a game and see

If the temps don't end up being the issue, then I would start looking at your hard drives. I tried DVI and HDMI.