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This might be silly, and ive tried searching for topics but it s a bit of a tricky one to search for.

When updating or creating a rig, you get to the page where you can match up the items in your rig. Is there anyway to add or update that database/list etc?

For eg i have a MSI R9 390X and im not finding any R9 390 series cards.
The same with SSD's. I have a BX100 1TB but can only find the 250GB and also a MX200 but can only find the MX100.

Thanks for any help
 

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Originally Posted by SystemTech View Post

This might be silly, and ive tried searching for topics but it s a bit of a tricky one to search for.

When updating or creating a rig, you get to the page where you can match up the items in your rig. Is there anyway to add or update that database/list etc?

For eg i have a MSI R9 390X and im not finding any R9 390 series cards.
The same with SSD's. I have a BX100 1TB but can only find the 250GB and also a MX200 but can only find the MX100.

Thanks for any help
No, we can't edit the database.
 

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Yes you can, you do so by adding products to the review section.
Got to review> the section you want (in this case desktop graphics cards)>add product and follow the instructions.

I have added the MSI R9 390X GAMING 8G just now.
 

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Originally Posted by Bitemarks and bloodstains View Post

Yes you can, you do so by adding products to the review section.
Got to review> the section you want (in this case desktop graphics cards)>add product and follow the instructions.

I have added the MSI R9 390X GAMING 8G just now.
^ This.

I had to do it for the Acer XB270HU Predator but did not include a review. I can't remember how, but it is possible
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