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현재 버전 게시자: Kristen Gismondi (투표 내용) ,

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I’m not familiar with UEFI sound-related codes, but with my (albeit limited) UEFI experience dead/faulty RAM or CPU. You’d have to take it apart to see if the RAM and CPU are Socketed/Removable

Here is how to remove them if they are removable: if its a AMD CPU, it should have a lever or something like it or just pull out (DON’T YANK IT OUT UNLESS YOU DON’T SEE A LEVER)if its a Intel CPU, a lever should exist but there is almost always no drop-in socket.

As for RAM, there are 2 tabs on either side, pull them away from the stick of RAM and the ram will pop up 45 degrees (ish) if done correctly. AT THIS POINT (lol y caps) the ram can be removed and replaced.

PRO TIP: while you are reinstalling the cooler after checking the CPU, Use Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste here -> https://noctua.at/en/nt-h1-3-5g  (my favorite thermal paste), that will improve performance.

BEST OF LUCK MY GUY—Austin (i hate this quarantine bullshit)

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편집자: the bongo guy ,

텍스트:

I’m not familiar with UEFI sound-related codes, but with my (albeit limited) UEFI experience dead/faulty RAM or CPU. You’d have to take it apart to see if the RAM and CPU are Socketed/Removable

Here is how to remove them if they are removable: if its a AMD CPU, it should have a lever or something like it or just pull out (DON’T YANK IT OUT UNLESS YOU DON’T SEE A LEVER)if its a Intel CPU, a lever should exist but there is almost always no drop-in socket.

As for RAM, there are 2 tabs on either side, pull them away from the stick of RAM and the ram will pop up 45 degrees (ish) if done correctly. AT THIS POINT (lol y caps) the ram can be removed and replaced.

PRO TIP: while you are reinstalling the cooler after checking the CPU, Use Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste here -> https://noctua.at/en/nt-h1-3-5g  (my favorite thermal paste), that will improve performance.

BEST OF LUCK MY GUY—Austin (i hate this quarantine bullshit)

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원문 게시자: the bongo guy ,

텍스트:

I’m not familiar with UEFI sound-related codes, but with my (albeit limited) UEFI experience dead/faulty RAM or CPU. You’d have to take it apart to see if the RAM and CPU are Socketed/Removable

Here is how to remove them if they are removable: if its a AMD CPU, it should have a lever or something like it or just pull out (DON’T YANK IT OUT UNLESS YOU DON’T SEE A LEVER)if its a Intel CPU, a lever should exist but there is almost always no drop-in socket.

As for RAM, there are 2 tabs on either side, pull them away from the stick of RAM and the ram will pop up 45 degrees (ish) if done correctly. AT THIS POINT (lol y caps) the ram can be removed and replaced.

PRO TIP: while you are reinstalling the cooler after checking the CPU, Use Noctua NT-H1 Thermal Paste here -> https://noctua.at/en/nt-h1-3-5g  (my favorite thermal paste), that will improve performance.

BEST OF LUCK MY GUY—Austin (i hate this quarantine bullshit)

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