I am having issues usb booting the lion installer or anything at all on my white macbook (mid-2007), the cd rom on it is busted.
It is a variant with 32bits EFI, so no 64bit OS.
What I already tried: burning a macos lion installer to a usb stick the conventional way and trying to boot it from...
Ok, I won't.
I am just going to roll with a dedicated PSU, since I do not know much about electronics I will just get a seperate device for jumping the other PSU and this will be my solution until i can buy a real PC one day
I won't do it... but out of curiousity, why not?
I appreciate everyones patience in dealing with my autism here I was quite hyped to be upgrading to this machine that I got for cheap
I think i can get the 6 and 8 pin connected to the gpu on seperate rails, but these CPUs still draw a lot of wats so i'm not sure.
Ah, okay. Even though I have the 1000w variant?
I was going to use a double 6 pin to 8 pin connector as well as a double sata to 6 pin connector, with both sata connectors being on different rails.
Would that negate this issue and make this safe to do?
Edit: I have decided to use a second...
I am making use of old hardware since new stuff is not an option for me.
Anyways, I am thinking of buying this ...
CableMod PCIe 8-pin 6+2 Female Connector Housing - Black by CableMod (Black color)
And just replacing the housing on the propietary 8 pin connector, do you guys think it will work?
Hi, I have a dell precision t7400 which uses a special propietary PSU.
I wish to use my r9 290x which requires one 8 pin and one 6 pin.. however, the 8 pin connector on my PSU does not fit the 8 pin connector on my GPU!! I read it is not for gpus but rather riser boards so..
Hi, I have an old netbook here that is running dangerously hot. It will become too hot to touch and I will need to power it down.. it seems to happen even without the battery, I opened it up and saw there is no sort of dust buildup anywhere so I do not know why it is running so hot.
It is a...
Hey everyone, thanks for replying. I will answer you all now.
I am a 500w evga psu for my dq67sw and i am using a chinese 700w powersupply for the other motherboard.
I have used the 6 pin connectors on both in the past and they have worked, but come to think of it, I have never ever tested...
I have two motherboards:
an intel dq67sw paired with an amd r9 270 and core i5 2500, all work fine together
an Z97S SLI Krait paired with an amd r9 290x and amd fx 8150, all work fine together
HOWEVER, when I try to put my r9 290x into my intel dq67sw motherboard, it does not work.
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