• Is putting 2 Graphic cards in one computer a good idea in my scenario?

    Best answer: That won't work. If you're going to put in a second card, it MUST be identical to your first card. You can't mix&match. Furthermore, you generally only get a 30% boost from 2 cards vs. 1. So while you can fin GTX770's pretty cheap, that single GTX1060 would be more powerful than the 2... show more
    Best answer: That won't work.

    If you're going to put in a second card, it MUST be identical to your first card. You can't mix&match.

    Furthermore, you generally only get a 30% boost from 2 cards vs. 1. So while you can fin GTX770's pretty cheap, that single
    GTX1060 would be more powerful than the 2 770's combined. This is also why I find SLI to generally be a waste of money.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it possible by just inserting USB to my computer files automatically copy in usb from computer?

    What if I only insert a USB to my computer so will it be possible that all my computer flies automatically and secretly saved to that USB?
    What if I only insert a USB to my computer so will it be possible that all my computer flies automatically and secretly saved to that USB?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • I want to build my first gaming PC, help?

    Okay ive been looking up multiple videos and guides on what I need to build my first Gaming PC, so far to my understanding I just need a processer(intel 7th Gen Core i7, I also get the option to add a cooler/liquid cooler with it, do I need to chose one from the same brand or do I get one seperately?) a mother... show more
    Okay ive been looking up multiple videos and guides on what I need to build my first Gaming PC, so far to my understanding I just need a processer(intel 7th Gen Core i7, I also get the option to add a cooler/liquid cooler with it, do I need to chose one from the same brand or do I get one seperately?) a mother board(MSI Gaming Intel B250) RAM(Hyper X Fury 16G), Power Supply(EVA A 600), Graphics Card(Nvidia G Force GT 740), case and obviously the mouse and keyboard. monitor etc. Is that everything I actually need or am I missing any components? Please and thankyou!
    5 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Is it possible to copy flies in USB from a computer secretly?

    Is it possible if someone insert their USB in my computer and copy all my flies from my computer to their USB secretly?
    Is it possible if someone insert their USB in my computer and copy all my flies from my computer to their USB secretly?
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can i use ddr3 in ddr4 motherboard?

    16 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is the motherboard I ve chosen really not compatible with my CPU?

    https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/nYkNnH It has the right CPU slot so I don t understand why it wouldn t be compatible. Also just want to make sure this build is all good. I think it s pretty powerful but I just need to check as I m not the most experienced PC builder. Thanks.
    https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/nYkNnH It has the right CPU slot so I don t understand why it wouldn t be compatible. Also just want to make sure this build is all good. I think it s pretty powerful but I just need to check as I m not the most experienced PC builder. Thanks.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How much is this computer worth?

    Motherboard ASRock N68C-GS4 FX Processer AMD Phenom X4 9600 Black Edition Ram 8 GB DDR2 OS Windows 7 Home Premium HDD 1TB Cooler Master Hyper T2 HDD WD Blue 1TB SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM
    Motherboard ASRock N68C-GS4 FX Processer AMD Phenom X4 9600 Black Edition Ram 8 GB DDR2 OS Windows 7 Home Premium HDD 1TB Cooler Master Hyper T2 HDD WD Blue 1TB SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • Front side bus question?

    The processor has 800mhz bus speed, but the computer takes DDR400 ram. Is there such thing as DDR1 800mhz or do I just use DDR400 and it will work?
    The processor has 800mhz bus speed, but the computer takes DDR400 ram. Is there such thing as DDR1 800mhz or do I just use DDR400 and it will work?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Computer saying the fan failed when there isn't even one?

    Best answer: The computer is telling you that your CPU is getting hot the heat sink grease has probably gotten old and it's triggering a heat alert remove the heatsink from the CPU taking care not to jerk the CPU out of the socket where you'll have to receipt all those little pins instead of pulling straight up on it... show more
    Best answer: The computer is telling you that your CPU is getting hot the heat sink grease has probably gotten old and it's triggering a heat alert remove the heatsink from the CPU taking care not to jerk the CPU out of the socket where you'll have to receipt all those little pins instead of pulling straight up on it push down slightly and twist right to left right to left until the heatsink breaks loose from the CPU clean the surfaces really well and put new heat sink grease on it if you don't happen to have heat sink grease you can go to the auto parts store and at the counter for $1 they have spark plug anti seize which works just as fine as heat sink grease dissipates heat better last longer
    8 answers · 7 days ago
  • Is this Gaming computer worth $650 AUD?

    Best answer: The R9 280x is a rebranded HD7970 Ghz edition and It's somewhere in the range of a GTX 1050ti. Passmark says the latter is faster but Techpowerup says the former is faster. Single card mining has not been profitable for quite some time and the R9 280x/7970 is not a very efficient mining card to begin with. Not... show more
    Best answer: The R9 280x is a rebranded HD7970 Ghz edition and It's somewhere in the range of a GTX 1050ti. Passmark says the latter is faster but Techpowerup says the former is faster. Single card mining has not been profitable for quite some time and the R9 280x/7970 is not a very efficient mining card to begin with. Not every AMD card was used for mining, and some Nvidia cards were and are being used for mining. However, since that card is power hungry and runs hot, it's difficult to say how much longer it will last.

    The E3-1230 is only worth $70usd and the H77 board isn't worth a whole lot either. 16gb of RAM has some value but overall that's a system I could possibly find used on Craigslist for $350usd. The E3-1230 came out in 2011 so it's quite an old CPU.

    $450aud to 550aud is a fair price for that system. $650aud would only be fair if it comes with speakers, a really nice monitor, and a nice keyboard/mouse. I think you can do better.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this a good PC build?

    Okay so I've done some final editing and I think it's all good from what I know it'd be really helpful though if someone could just confirm that this is going to run well without any problems. Thanks
    Okay so I've done some final editing and I think it's all good from what I know it'd be really helpful though if someone could just confirm that this is going to run well without any problems. Thanks
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it time to replace my computer?

    Best answer: If it is still fulfilling your needs I would just fix it. It may only need the dust blown out of the power supply, cpu heat sink, and the case in general since it sounds like a heat problem. Another cheap fix is if the cpu is causing the trip, you could get some software to read the cpu temps and if they are... show more
    Best answer: If it is still fulfilling your needs I would just fix it. It may only need the dust blown out of the power supply, cpu heat sink, and the case in general since it sounds like a heat problem. Another cheap fix is if the cpu is causing the trip, you could get some software to read the cpu temps and if they are getting on the high side, it may be time to simply replace the thermal paste that gets hard over time and stops conducting heat as well. Even if it was the power supply (which I doubt) and new power supply is much cheaper than a new computer. That last 550 watt PS I bought was only $25 and it has been working for at least 8 years.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is my computer doing this?

    Best answer: That is quite possible. Computers can have unpredictable behavior when they're mistreated. Example mine refuses to charge now because I've been using an ac adapter that can technically charge it but isn't compatible with my Dell.
    Best answer: That is quite possible. Computers can have unpredictable behavior when they're mistreated. Example mine refuses to charge now because I've been using an ac adapter that can technically charge it but isn't compatible with my Dell.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Will a power off on a AMD CPU first boot result in any problems? There were never any hdmi output and ive waited for 30+mins for it to boot?

    Hello everyone i have been working on my new AMD ryzen build for the past week now and i cannot get my computer to boot up there were no hdmi outout signal to my monitor.i have done multiple resets or reboots on my computer during first boot and the LEDs around the msi logo, the led behind the fan are all on.... show more
    Hello everyone i have been working on my new AMD ryzen build for the past week now and i cannot get my computer to boot up there were no hdmi outout signal to my monitor.i have done multiple resets or reboots on my computer during first boot and the LEDs around the msi logo, the led behind the fan are all on. including the EZ debug LED. I still havent recieved my gpu but i already have the cpu psu ram and the mobo specs: Mobo:MSI B350M gaming pro CPU:AMD ryzen 1600 psu:EVGA 500W broze non modular ram:8gb hyper x fury (black) gpu:Asus gtx 1050ti P.S i also had tried using the coolmax 500 w power supply and only plugged in the 4 pin hole out of thr 8 pin hole for the cpu power
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Will my CPU bottleneck my GPU?

    Best answer: No, the Core 2 Quad Q9650 will not bottleneck the GTX 750 Ti. Minimum system PSU is 300 watts.
    Best answer: No, the Core 2 Quad Q9650 will not bottleneck the GTX 750 Ti. Minimum system PSU is 300 watts.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why the hard disk not working in my desktop?

    Best answer: It may be simply bad luck the drive has failed, alternatively it is also possible the technician used a refurbished hard drive which has failed. Most new hard drives come with at least a years warranty, if it is OEM then that warranty is with the technician. However given the cost of a new HDD you may wish to do... show more
    Best answer: It may be simply bad luck the drive has failed, alternatively it is also possible the technician used a refurbished hard drive which has failed. Most new hard drives come with at least a years warranty, if it is OEM then that warranty is with the technician. However given the cost of a new HDD you may wish to do the work yourself or get a tech savvy friend to help
    5 answers · 5 days ago