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( sorry for my english, I'm Hungarian ) My PC: Cpu:ryzen 5 1600x Gpu: Sapphire Rx590 8gb nitro+ SE PSU: cooler master V550 550W 80+gold Ram: 8gb hyperx 2666mhz MB: Asus Prime A320M-K Issue: 3 weeks after I built my PC, I started to crash instantly every time I wanted to use my GPU under load, like games, so I exchanged my gpu, but with the new gpu, the issue Was still alive. I took my PC to a service, and when they tried to took apart the psu, they saw, that the calbe was burnt is to the PSU socket. I used the original cooler master cable, and the forums said, that this 2x8 pin PCI-e power connector works well with the card, but 2 power connectors would be more stabilized, but they just sent 1 cable with 2x8pin connectors, so thats why I used one, and not two, so I don't know, what to do now, or what could I do in this situation, becouse the psu killed my 300$ gpu. Please help, becouse it took me 2 months to exchange the crard, and take my PC to the service. I thought it cannot happen with a great PSU, like this, with multiplie built-in protectors, but I don't know, what to believe after this.
I have the MasterBox Pro 5 RGB case and I was wondering if this verticle mount will work and if anyone has any pictures of it being used I could see. https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-Accessory-MasterBox-MasterCase/dp/B071P862G1 I Will be getting a Zotac 1080 amp card Very soon due to a failing fan on my 1080 mini and I heard sleave mounted fans last longer if they are mounted vertically will this work?
I currently have a Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 670 HerculeZ 3000 http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/graphics/display/inno3d-ichill-geforce-gtx-670-herculez-3000.html Now I want to build a new system using the CM Elite 130 as my chassis, however the GPU above has a height of 59mm. Now I realise that length and width will fit fine, but I'm not sure if the GPU will prevent the enclosure from closing due to the size of the cooler on the card. Any responses would be appreciated.