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#47855 - well if it still works i wouldn't bother with it. If it starts… 03/28/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47854 - No problem. I was about to do the same for myself then I remem…  [+] (10 new replies) 03/28/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#47862 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
I do have a new problem, though. Whenever I install my GPU, I get no display on my monitor regardless to where it is hooked up. But whenever it is out, my monitor is working fine.

Could it be that the monitor is just too old? or that I need to install a monitor driver for it to function properly? I got it at a thrift store for $15. I believe it is an LED. It has both an DVI-D and an VGA plugs.
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#47863 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
are you plugging in the monitor to the GPU and not just the onboard graphics?

Can you plug in a different display and see if its not a faulty GPU?
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#47864 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
I don't have any other monitor, sadly. I'm really cutting it close in terms of cash.
I did plug it into the GPU. But I did have to use a VGA to DVI plug to plug it in.
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#47866 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
do you have a tv somewhere in your house and does your card have HDMI? If so you can test with that. Do you use that adapter when plugging into the onboard graphics as well?

What is your system?
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#47896 - cactaur (03/29/2016) [-]
Alright, hooked it up to my TV and I'm getting the window screen. So it's working fine and it probably is the monitor I bought.
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#47898 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
nonetheless good to know the gpu still works. Could be the monitor or the adapter.
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#47897 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
you said with the GPU out the monitor works fine with like onboard graphics?
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#47900 - cactaur (03/29/2016) [-]
Yes, onboard it works fine. It could very well be the vga to DVI adaptor I got has problems.

I'm actually going to be picking up another monitor that my mom offered. It's at her job and I have no idea what condition it is in or what adapters it has. I will update you tomorrow in the afternoon if you want.

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#47901 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
Yea its prolly the adapter then. Grab a DVI cable then and toss out that adapter.

If you want to go ahead
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#47869 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
Oh, I do have a hdmi plug for the gpu and a TV that also had a home plug. I'll try that when I get back from work.

It's a MSI 960, to be specific. If that's what you are asking.
#47852 - you'll need to get the Media Creation Toolr for the usb ISO fr…  [+] (12 new replies) 03/28/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#47853 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
Thank, already got it figured out.

Also, thanks for helping me save $40. I'm really tight on a budget and this helped out loads.
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#47854 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
No problem. I was about to do the same for myself then I remembered about kinguin. Just finished my second computer.
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#47862 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
I do have a new problem, though. Whenever I install my GPU, I get no display on my monitor regardless to where it is hooked up. But whenever it is out, my monitor is working fine.

Could it be that the monitor is just too old? or that I need to install a monitor driver for it to function properly? I got it at a thrift store for $15. I believe it is an LED. It has both an DVI-D and an VGA plugs.
User avatar
#47863 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
are you plugging in the monitor to the GPU and not just the onboard graphics?

Can you plug in a different display and see if its not a faulty GPU?
User avatar
#47864 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
I don't have any other monitor, sadly. I'm really cutting it close in terms of cash.
I did plug it into the GPU. But I did have to use a VGA to DVI plug to plug it in.
User avatar
#47866 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
do you have a tv somewhere in your house and does your card have HDMI? If so you can test with that. Do you use that adapter when plugging into the onboard graphics as well?

What is your system?
User avatar
#47896 - cactaur (03/29/2016) [-]
Alright, hooked it up to my TV and I'm getting the window screen. So it's working fine and it probably is the monitor I bought.
User avatar
#47898 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
nonetheless good to know the gpu still works. Could be the monitor or the adapter.
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#47897 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
you said with the GPU out the monitor works fine with like onboard graphics?
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#47900 - cactaur (03/29/2016) [-]
Yes, onboard it works fine. It could very well be the vga to DVI adaptor I got has problems.

I'm actually going to be picking up another monitor that my mom offered. It's at her job and I have no idea what condition it is in or what adapters it has. I will update you tomorrow in the afternoon if you want.

User avatar
#47901 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
Yea its prolly the adapter then. Grab a DVI cable then and toss out that adapter.

If you want to go ahead
User avatar
#47869 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
Oh, I do have a hdmi plug for the gpu and a TV that also had a home plug. I'll try that when I get back from work.

It's a MSI 960, to be specific. If that's what you are asking.
#47834 - Here's another way to buy windows 10 home for 30 bucks. I just…  [+] (14 new replies) 03/28/2016 on Technology Board 0
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#47837 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
Alright, let's say I buy a digital key. Do I just download it to to a USB and insert it into my new computer?
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#47852 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
you'll need to get the Media Creation Toolr for the usb ISO from microsoft for windows 10 and put that key in. www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 That's all. I believe you can use windows 10 for a month before it forces you to use a key not 100% sure though.
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#47853 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
Thank, already got it figured out.

Also, thanks for helping me save $40. I'm really tight on a budget and this helped out loads.
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#47854 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
No problem. I was about to do the same for myself then I remembered about kinguin. Just finished my second computer.
User avatar
#47862 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
I do have a new problem, though. Whenever I install my GPU, I get no display on my monitor regardless to where it is hooked up. But whenever it is out, my monitor is working fine.

Could it be that the monitor is just too old? or that I need to install a monitor driver for it to function properly? I got it at a thrift store for $15. I believe it is an LED. It has both an DVI-D and an VGA plugs.
User avatar
#47863 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
are you plugging in the monitor to the GPU and not just the onboard graphics?

Can you plug in a different display and see if its not a faulty GPU?
User avatar
#47864 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
I don't have any other monitor, sadly. I'm really cutting it close in terms of cash.
I did plug it into the GPU. But I did have to use a VGA to DVI plug to plug it in.
User avatar
#47866 - dafuqisdisshit (03/28/2016) [-]
do you have a tv somewhere in your house and does your card have HDMI? If so you can test with that. Do you use that adapter when plugging into the onboard graphics as well?

What is your system?
User avatar
#47896 - cactaur (03/29/2016) [-]
Alright, hooked it up to my TV and I'm getting the window screen. So it's working fine and it probably is the monitor I bought.
User avatar
#47898 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
nonetheless good to know the gpu still works. Could be the monitor or the adapter.
User avatar
#47897 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
you said with the GPU out the monitor works fine with like onboard graphics?
User avatar
#47900 - cactaur (03/29/2016) [-]
Yes, onboard it works fine. It could very well be the vga to DVI adaptor I got has problems.

I'm actually going to be picking up another monitor that my mom offered. It's at her job and I have no idea what condition it is in or what adapters it has. I will update you tomorrow in the afternoon if you want.

User avatar
#47901 - dafuqisdisshit (03/29/2016) [-]
Yea its prolly the adapter then. Grab a DVI cable then and toss out that adapter.

If you want to go ahead
User avatar
#47869 - cactaur (03/28/2016) [-]
Oh, I do have a hdmi plug for the gpu and a TV that also had a home plug. I'll try that when I get back from work.

It's a MSI 960, to be specific. If that's what you are asking.
#1779650 - i worked from 8 am to 2 and then cleaned my room. 03/28/2016 on sleep tight pupper +1
#47791 - **** that's fancy. I need one of them so i never have to move. 03/27/2016 on Technology Board +1
#47789 - Intel CPU's do not have pins on the cpu and the socket really … 03/27/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47779 - yea I thought about going micro itx and then I thought about i… 03/26/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47774 - You don't really need a new GPU as of yet. A new CPU woul…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/26/2016 on Technology Board 0
#47787 - mrmarmite (03/27/2016) [-]
Yeah I've been thinking about getting one but I hate installing them. I fucked the motherboard and the pins on the CPU because of the water cooler being a cunt to install.
#47790 - mrmarmite (03/27/2016) [-]
I probably will have to CPU's at some point. Kind of regretting buying a AMD system now lol. But It was a lot cheaper compared to if I went Intel, I'll do some research and shit.
Cheer's for the advice.
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#47789 - dafuqisdisshit (03/27/2016) [-]
Intel CPU's do not have pins on the cpu and the socket really locks it in. I just went from an 8350 to a i7 6700k and got about a 30% increase in performance.
#47773 - SHES DONE! I would have put that fan next to the GPU but there…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/26/2016 on Technology Board +4
#47777 - sniffythebird (03/26/2016) [-]
Nice stuff m8. Ive got a very similar setup, but with a 4790K and a phanteks case. Also had a hyper 212 evo just like thag aswell.
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#47779 - dafuqisdisshit (03/26/2016) [-]
yea I thought about going micro itx and then I thought about if I wanted to do dual GPU or add more cards like that wifi card that is just below the 970.
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#47778 - sniffythebird (03/26/2016) [-]
*that
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#47776 - garymotherfingoak (03/26/2016) [-]
gg wp