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Comment reply on Robbbb181's Completed Build: Red And Black Skylake Build (First Build)

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

No worries man

Comment reply on Robbbb181's Completed Build: Red And Black Skylake Build (First Build)

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Shouldn't be. If you do have problems, feel free to message me

Comment reply on Robbbb181's Completed Build: Red And Black Skylake Build (First Build)

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Also, no bother XD

Comment reply on Robbbb181's Completed Build: Red And Black Skylake Build (First Build)

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

You shouldn't need to install drivers as long as the operating system is Windows 7 or newer. SSDs were integrated for legacy support on newer OSs and function much on the firmware/software side as what HDDs do. With the key difference being that you don't defrag a SSD. Although, some storage device manufacturers offer software, I haven't encountered any that actually require it.

Comment reply on darkwolf383's Completed Build: Luna's Budget gaming build

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Picture 3 makes me cringe a bit XD

Comment reply on Robbbb181's Completed Build: Red And Black Skylake Build (First Build)

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Most SSDs are automatically recognized by newer OS's, but some by default do not come formatted straight from the manufacturer. In order to format a drive, you can run "Computer Management" in Windows, and selecting "Disk Management" on the left column pane below the "Storage" hierarchy. From here it will list the storage devices that are currently recognized by Windows. You can typically pick out the one the needs formatting either A) by the name it provides, or B) by the storage amount, or finally C) by the fact that it's most likely not formatted. When you run a format on a SSD remember to never run a full format on it. Always make sure that the "quick-format" option is selected before you begin the process. Hope this helps.

Comment reply on maxbando420's Completed Build: Project Striped Horse

  • 40 months ago
  • 1 point

Why don't you?

Comment reply on iamthesaga's Completed Build: iamthesaga's PC Setup

  • 40 months ago
  • 2 points

We have the same RAM ;D

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