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  • ^ seems goodbye gpu na
  • up lang po sa tanong ko. salamat/.
  • ^ goodbye gpu gtx1060
  • okokok...
  • ^Try mo din un gpu mo in a different unit. Baka naman pci e slot ng mobo mo yun may tama. Unless may extra ka gpu jan na pwede isalpak sa unit mo.
  • mga ka tpc pa help naman yung Corsair K70 ko di na gumagana yung Q at W na key baka nabasa or what may alam kayo na nag RMA dito around metro manila area?
  • ^switch replacement na yan, bili ka ng sutiable switch for that keyboard tapos hanap ka na lang ng kahit sinong technician dyan na marunong gumamit ng soldering iron.

    or you can just search here in tpc, im not going to be surprised if someone offers a service for mechanical keyboard switch replacement.
  • @drew
    Bili ka contact cleaner tapos bugahan mo, baka linis lang katapat nian
  • mga ka tpc pa help naman yung Corsair K70 ko di na gumagana yung Q at W na key baka nabasa or what may alam kayo na nag RMA dito around metro manila area?


    Bili ka ng CRC QD or WD40 Specialist. Tapos Saturate mo yung switch na may problem. Baka nagkaroon ng corrosion or covered ng molds yung contacts sa switch nung nabasa.

    -- edited by gaLj on Apr 15 2018, 06:59 AM
  • working ba tlaga baking ng gpu?
  • ^ mas ok kung reflowing para dun lang sa chip ang heating di maapektuhan yun ibang components pag baking kasi buong gpu problema dun yung mga plastic at rubber bka matunaw, pero di yan pang matagalan na fix months lang yan babalik ulit ang sira, pag reballing mas ok yun tatanggalin yun chip tapos isolder ulit parang bago ulit yun.
  • ^
    It only works if the video card's problem is caused by cracked/broken solder joints.

    The heating and cooling of the GPU causes thermal expansion and contraction. Different materials expand and contract at different rates, in this case the GPU chip itself and the video card it's mounted on. This causes strain on the solder joints, and over time cracks will develop. Careful application of heat will cause the solder to melt and heal the cracks. If done poorly, it will warp/bend the board, or worse, fuse the solder joints of adjacent pins. :O
  • patulong naman po. may naka experience po ba dito ng double boot/post.
    nangyayari po siya sa "cold start" or yung pinaka unang bukas ng computer ko po.
    "Once na turn on ko na yung pc, for just 2 secs mag tuturnoff naman po then mag oopen."
    pag tinurnoff mo ulit siya then inopen. wala na yung double boot. as in sa una lang.
    ngayon lang kase ako nakaexperience nito kaya nakakabahala po.

    may mga sinubukan na po pla kong
    -FIX.
    *inupdate ko na po yung bios, latest na po.
    *nireseat ko na po yung mga connection and ram etc. ( sinubukan ko nadin po ilipat ng slot yung ram)
    *triny ko po iboot ng hindi po connected yung ssd/hdd (nag dodouble boot padin siya )
    *nireset ko na din po sa default yung bios
    *pinalitan ko po yung PSU (vs450 at FSP raider 80+ Silver)
    *pinalitan ko nadin po ng ram 8gb to 4gb. (change slot)
    *wala naman pong error na nalabas and 1 short beep(system normal)


    wala po nangyari.


    specs:

    i3 8100
    gigabyte h310 ds2
    500gb wd
    120gb ssd kingston
    FSP raider 80+ Sil.
    hyperX 8gb
    no GPU

    need help po. salamat po
  • ^ try mo disable mga features ng mboard like performance boost test mo kung may magbago nag OC ka ba?
  • @gentlenivra

    some motherboards do that on post so it's a "normal" thing.

    fyi: my computer also do that on boot for almost 4 years now.
  • @polka

    ok po sir, buti naman po normal. kinabahan kase ako nung naexperience ko po yun. thank you po.
  • naka i5 8400 at b360m, vc239h monitor

    ayaw mag boot pag DVI cable ginamit ko..

    pero pag VGA ok naman.

    na adjust ko naman setting ng monitor to DVI.

    ayos din naman yung DVI cable, kasi na try ko sa ibang pc, gumana naman.. gamit din yung same monitor..

    onboard graphics lang yung gamit ko wala ako GPU..

    anu kya prob nito? o forever VGA/HDMI nalang

    thanks
  • marialigaya456 Send Message View User Items on 22 Apr 18 @ 08:56 AM #
    naka i5 8400 at b360m, vc239h monitor

    ayaw mag boot pag DVI cable ginamit ko..

    pero pag VGA ok naman.

    na adjust ko naman setting ng monitor to DVI.

    ayos din naman yung DVI cable, kasi na try ko sa ibang pc, gumana naman.. gamit din yung same monitor..

    onboard graphics lang yung gamit ko wala ako GPU..

    anu kya prob nito? o forever VGA/HDMI nalang


    working ba dati pag DVI? check sa BIOS baka may option where to boot.
  • @statix.. kakabuo ko lang ng pc.. kaya first time palang makabitan ng cable...

    sa luma kong pc gumagana naman yung dvi cable.. may gpu (550ti) yung luma ko na pc.. kaya DVI port ginagamit ko,

    ngaun onboard lang ginagamit ko. sige sige check ko bios.. thanks