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 on: Today at 21:05:06 
Started by peoplesp1android - Last post by peoplesp1android
what is the other GPU you tried and what PSU do you have?

also can you post a picture of the PC how its set up?

The other gpu was an evga 750ti, because it requires no external power. I’m not home with the system currently, but I have a 650 watt silverstone 80plus bronze psu.

As previously stated, my computer ran very well (even OCed) for months, only just giving me issues. BIOS was up to date as well.

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 on: Today at 21:04:38 
Started by fatihcinki - Last post by badboy2k
your HDMI on the R9 390 is only a 1.4a so is limited to 4k 24Hz (maybe 30Hz at a push) so they cant do 4k 60Hz! to do that you would need a Display port 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 active adapter to get 4k 60hz!

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 on: Today at 21:00:32 
Started by m.reid28 - Last post by m.reid28
Just sat down to watch the new Punisher plugged in the HDMI just to get resolution not supported, works fine my old one ( hp with intel 4000HD) and now my nice new one doesn't seem to work.

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 on: Today at 20:57:58 
Started by peoplesp1android - Last post by badboy2k
what is the other GPU you tried and what PSU do you have?

also can you post a picture of the PC how its set up?

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 on: Today at 20:56:20 
Started by peoplesp1android - Last post by peoplesp1android
does your PC boot but just has the VGA light constantly on or is it something different?

if its just the VGA light will not go off but it works it means you have a early BIOS version and it needs to be updated as it was because it was looking for onboard Graphics but the Ryzen chips do not have any and that was patched out in newer BIOS revisions!

VGA light stays on and I don’t get any video output. I can’t see that the computer works, but it doesn’t seem to be booting normally.

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 on: Today at 20:56:10 
Started by mrduck288 - Last post by badboy2k
please read this MSI Cryptocurrency Mining Guides and FAQ

we do not like supporting mining as we do not participate in it but that guide is about the best we can do for you!

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 on: Today at 20:49:03 
Started by mrduck288 - Last post by mrduck288
when it boots it makes a fan sound, it does on all gpu's when recognised it turns down the fan speed. for vega its very noticeable and makes a loud sound.

and i hear it does it twice on the same gpu many times when it only boots with 4 out of 6, so windows or chipset drivers are definetely seeing two equal devices and is then assign to one of them.

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 on: Today at 20:46:41 
Started by aran_tyrneryn - Last post by aran_tyrneryn
Hello!
My keyboard is pretty used and I would like to exchange it with new one. Can anybody please tell me, how to remove the keyboard of the model MSI GE60 0ND-455xDE? I already tried to remove all the screws and push the top of the keyboard, but it did not work and I was a bit anxious to break the frame. Unfortunately, I did not find the disassembly guide for this precise model.
I would be very glad, if anybody could help me.
Thank you very much in advance.

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 on: Today at 20:40:49 
Started by peoplesp1android - Last post by badboy2k
does your PC boot but just has the VGA light constantly on or is it something different?

if its just the VGA light will not go off but it works it means you have a early BIOS version and it needs to be updated as it was because it was looking for onboard Graphics but the Ryzen chips do not have any and that was patched out in newer BIOS revisions!

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 on: Today at 20:18:38 
Started by damien - Last post by badboy2k
the PSU is a standard ATX PSU so if you want to replace it you have a massive amount of choice out there.

it will be from a reputable OEM eg maybe Seasonic who make most PSU's in existence.

you could contact MSI and ask them as they will know for sure who makes it! >>How to contact MSI.<<

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