I'm looking to upgrade my AMD 1090t CPU and MSI 790gx motherboard since my R9 290x isn't stable with the AMD700 chipset. What would be a good bang/buck upgrade? I would like to keep my RAM, SSD, R9 290x, etc. Just looking to buy a new motherboard/CPU/CPU cooler and get a justified...
Had issues with my 290x Bf4 edition, so I did the following to troubleshoot:
-RMA'd the card. Got a brand new Sapphire 290x Tri-X OC. Only hitting 35-42 idling, fan usage 20%
-Upgraded PSU to EVGA Nova G2 750W
-Completely uninstalled all old drivers and installed new AMD drivers...
I'm having an issue trying to get a video card working with my Windows 7 64-bit Ultimate installation. I had a Nvidia 7900GTX originally and I couldn't get it to work (kept giving me code 43), so I bought a new Nvidia 210 video card..and the same code keeps occurring. Here's what I've...
I know nothing about audio, but I love music! I've been trying to do research for a few hours, but keep getting confused.
Here's my current setup:
Logitech Z-5500 5.1 speakers (fronts, rears, center, sub)
Soundblaster 1090 USB Card
Sager NP8662 Laptop
I want the best possible audio...
I currently have a nVidia 7900GTX video card running with my AMD 4000+(oc'd to 2.7)..would it be worth springing $70 to upgrade to an ATI 4850...or would my CPU hold me too back that I wouldn't even notice a difference?
Antec 550w PSU
AMD 4000+ CPU
1) What will you be doing with this PC? Gaming? Photoshop? Web browsing? etc
2) What's your budget? Are tax and shipping included?
3) Where do you live?
4) What exact parts do you need for that budget? CPU, RAM, case, etc. Please be very specific.
Well, my computer has been down for a month now, and I can't get it to work. My motherboard died and I replaced it with a new one, different model though. After figuring out the raid controller drivers were different, I returned it and bought the exact same one I had before, ASUS A8N-E...
I had to buy a new motherboard since my old Asus A8N-E died. My HDs should still be fine, but I'm having issues configuring the raid/bios settings in order to get my 2 HDs to boot as one with Raid 0. My old board, a lot like the new one, just used nvraid and it was simple. This new one...
I was having trouble with my keyboard dying during the middle of using it, so I got frustrated and pulled the power cord while the computer was on. I probably did this 2-4 times because it kept dying. Eventually, the computer wouldn't even boot. It won't boot into bios or anything... all...
Well..I'm stumped on something..
I have a PC across my house that connects to my Belkin repeater that gets the signal from my Belkin router. This setup has been working fine for several months...
Last night, the PC got the error: "Limited or No Connectivity" after trying to retrieve...