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33coupe

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  #1571516 14-Jun-2016 10:39
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darylblake:

I am actually wondering if I have a very similar unit to you. I have a silverstone case which takes a mATX board its quite a nice looking black case, maybe about RU high. And i have a dual core Pentium G620 in there with 4GB ram. Its an Asrock board with a B3 chipset. The case takes 1/2 height cards. I was looking at getting a GTX750ti for it.  I am currently running the onboard graphics and its working pretty sweet. I dont have the same problem as you do.


I was wondering if you take the ATI card out and then use the onboard graphics, does it still have trouble waking from sleep mode?



What case do you have? I have Silverstone lc17 and the r9 270 fits easily.

Yes the CPU graphics (apu?) Worked fine. It's only when I installed the GPU did I encounter issues.

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  #1571527 14-Jun-2016 10:59
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You may find that swapping it for an FM2 based Athlon that doesn't contain a GPU will be the solver of your problem 

 

AMD Athlon X4 860K 3.7GHz Socket FM2+

 

http://pricespy.co.nz/product.php?p=2777349


 
 
 
 


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  #1571542 14-Jun-2016 11:22
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33coupe:
darylblake:

 

I am actually wondering if I have a very similar unit to you. I have a silverstone case which takes a mATX board its quite a nice looking black case, maybe about RU high. And i have a dual core Pentium G620 in there with 4GB ram. Its an Asrock board with a B3 chipset. The case takes 1/2 height cards. I was looking at getting a GTX750ti for it.  I am currently running the onboard graphics and its working pretty sweet. I dont have the same problem as you do.

 

 

 

I was wondering if you take the ATI card out and then use the onboard graphics, does it still have trouble waking from sleep mode?

 



What case do you have? I have Silverstone lc17 and the r9 270 fits easily.

Yes the CPU graphics (apu?) Worked fine. It's only when I installed the GPU did I encounter issues.

 

Mines an intel graphics HD4200. Its part of the sandy bridge cpu/b3 chipset.

 

Case is this, it takes 1/2 height cards.

 

https://www.quietpc.com/silverstone-ml03b

 

 

 

Machine runs great though. 

 

 


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