that fx is probably going to bottleneck the gtx980...
If it isn't a RAM problem, then the display has an issue. I once dropped my laptop and a similar problem arose. I just took it to the mall and got it repaired.
Probably a ram or display problem. If it is the former, then reboot the pc.
Great looking build! +1
What's the difference?
Unplug your ssd, and plug it back in after waiting a minute or two. If it recurs, then try plugging an old hdd in to test if the ssd is problematic.
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Oh. I didn’t know that there was b450.
There is a new version of the tomahawk (B350 tomahawk plus). Also, switch out the hybrid drive for a $50-$60 240gb ssd and a 1tb wd blue.
Go into your BIOS, and check your CPU and GPU temps. if your temps are 80*C or higher, than your CPU is overheating. If it is below that ceiling then it might be a glitch in your BIOS or Windows. Clear all bios settings and clean install Windows.
Note: Seeing your part list, the EVGA 600B is a cheap and unreliable Power supply. It could have failed your system, causing those unexpected shut-downs. Stop using your PC immediatly and switch out to a better supply ($80 or above for 600 watts). The EVGA 650 G3 or Corsair RM650 are safe bets.
First build with pubg case! +1
Your PSU is probably faulty. The evga 500W BRONZE is a low-quality supply, and is prone to failure. Invest in a $60 or above power supply, as it is probably the most critical component to a PC's reliability.
Your CPU_FAN header is probably faulty, which could indicate a faulty motherboard. Try connecting your fan to an external pwm hub or your psu.
That screen may look awesome, but its low resolution makes it not worth it for $250. If you plan on gaming with it, its 8ms time is unbeareable.
If you could get it for $50, then yes. THe FX-9590 does ok in multi-threaded apps, but is terrible at single-core.
I would recommend the Hx 850i, because of the software monitoring technology. The EVGA 850 p2 is also a good bet, because of its rock solid reliability (I have been using a 750 p2 for five years).
If the Mobo is heating up, it could be either the VRMs or the chipset. Boot up your pc and stick your hand around the vrm area (near the cpu fan) if you feel that it is warm, than your vrms are overheating and could be a fire hazard. If your cyber power is still under warranty, than rma it.
Where are the radiators? How do you cool your components?
Also, great build! +1
It’s a bottleneck!
First, uninstall all software besides windows. under-clock your cpu back to its stock frequency. Then grab your windows installation cd or flash and click “fix windows” then click automatic repair. If it does not work, then reinstall windows.
Make sure that all wires are connected on the cooler: pump, and that both fans are connnected to the motherboard or a fan hub.
Omg... that is EPIC!!!
Silver stone ML08 with handle is a great option. It’s handle makes so you could carry it like a briefcase, and its size could fit in your bag. It also supports a full sized graphics card.
Great dual apu build! +1
The overkill power-supply...
It could slip...
But it is pretty cool!
Wouldn’t the i5 bottleneck the 1080ti?
bigger rad for gpu than cpu??
anyways, great looking build! +1
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Try LL fans they have better RGB lighting. Just move those ML fans to the top and back, or to another build.
Nice build, but it looks a little lop-sided with only one bank of fans.
But anyways, Nice build!
A home server...
Well... The Xeon W series is a Workstation CPU. I would love to see it on this site.
That ROG SSD cover looks cool, where did you get that?
Good job on that all black theme, it looks great +1
So, The only way to get a windows 10 installation is through microsoft, and having to pay $100.
For $300, you cannot build a budget gaming PC. This is the bare minimum to play any games.
No, You cannot use the Product key from your laptop. You will not be able to use windows (after a short time period, usually like 10 days) without the product key. [STAFF REMOVED]
RGB Heatsinks? Anyways, it looks great.
The Corsair Vengance RGB pro that I see in your photos is a DDR4 DRAM, but your motherboard only supports DDR3 DRAM. How did you manage to do that?
Also, love that case and RGB!
The “racing suitcase”
That is one good looking PC. +1