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  1. An NVMe cooler might help you.

    An NVMe cooler might help you.
  2. It will work with the both power supply. I have...

    It will work with the both power supply. I have never tried with only one if this is what you want to do.
    I don't think it will work for the simple reason that GPU TDP is 180W and that CPU TDP 65W....
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    No, that is useless. Even if you have a 7700 or a...

    No, that is useless. Even if you have a 7700 or a 7400 as a CPU, they're natively limited to run DDR4 at 2400Mhz at most and 2133Mhz at least. (Intel 7700 page)

    These processors are not eligible...
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    In order to solve the problem: -Plug back your...

    In order to solve the problem:
    -Plug back your HDD (keep the SSD disconnected) and create a Windows Recovery Drive. (Link )
    -Then, boot on it and delete the HDD primary boot partition (EFI...
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    I don't remember what I've done when I upgraded...

    I don't remember what I've done when I upgraded my machine with the same GPU, but the 8 pins connector is convertible to 6 pins for information (look closer). But I didn't remember there was more...
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    Open your GR8 and look for a battery cell....

    Open your GR8 and look for a battery cell. Extract it, press and hold on the power button pushed to get rid from any static electricity in the motherboard. As the RAM, the CMOS is based on a volatile...
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    Clear the CMOS and check the connections again,...

    Clear the CMOS and check the connections again, there is nothing more to do. Plug back your HDD to see if the computer boot normally explaining a error with your SSD.
  8. Several users has shared their advices about this...

    Several users has shared their advices about this subject on this forum. Whatever, it seemed that the G20CB is limited to 250GB SSD NVMe, no more. In fact, some people's used barely 500GB SSD, but...
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    Yes. 144hz is fully enough and comfortable.

    Yes. 144hz is fully enough and comfortable.
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    Hello cavalier666, I was wondering, did the...

    Hello cavalier666,

    I was wondering, did the motherboard run the I7 7700K? I read that some users tried to run it with a the 2101 BIOS version, but was unable to boot. Did you?

    Edit: I barely...
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    Firstly: With your configuration, the I7 6700,...

    Firstly: With your configuration, the I7 6700, doesn't bottleneck at all your GTX 1080 wich were launched 3 months before the soonest new reference CPU I7 7700k.

    Secondly: All monitors are...
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    Indeed, the best you can do is to buy 2133Mhz...

    Indeed, the best you can do is to buy 2133Mhz SO-DIMM RAM with the lowest latency and timing possible. In DDR4, the quickest i founded was some Crucial and HyperX ram with 13-13-13 timing (the last...
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