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  1. Windows 7 Pro Install USB 2.0 Not Working

    http://www.asrock.com/microsite/Win7Install/index.html this worked out very well for my ryzen build on W7
  2. wont post cpu light flash

    verify pin bed/socket for damage. the error is in the CPU system. either no power, damaged pin bed, damaged trace or CPU failure.
  3. nope, enjoy your build.
  4. thats about par with the h60. just enough to take the sting from heat. most that purchase these lowended AIO have the same complaints noise/lack-luster thermal control. all want to purchase more fan(s) to improve the temps, but by doing that, the total cost involved gets to where an air cooler in the mid-upper end should have been a consideration. CPUZ is what most use to determine voltage idle/load: https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
  5. 1080p 144Hz

    Nvidia reportedly has no plans to launch new GPUs in March/April https://overclock3d.net/news/gpu_displays/it_looks_like_nvidia_won_t_be_launching_new_gpus_at_gtc_or_gdc/1
  6. misiformed. works on AM4 sockets, too.
  7. I get bluescreen

    welcome to the Linus Tech Tips forums! somehow youve contracted some malware from one of your installs: https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/205656-mbamswissarmysys-root-cause-for-boot-failure-windows-10/?do=findComment&comment=1145609
  8. welcome to the Linus Tech Tips forums! a lot of questions come to mind: ambient temperature? fan speed under load? CPU voltage under load? your expectation were a bit high for an entry level AIO. usual expectation for idle (3°-8° above ambient) something that's new on the 300-series platform is the MCE seems to be warmer if enabled.
  9. M.2_2 wont work

    welcome to the Linus Tech Tips forums! M.2_2 will only accept Optane or x4 PCIe drives, not the SATAIII ssds. source: page IX of manual.
  10. Question about pypl

    pypl=paypal? if so, yes, it'll wipe the $90 in the paypal account and request $210 payment from your chase account. if chase says no, then the deal will go down as 'lack of payment'.
  11. no specification to a cr2032 cell. all are 3.3v, specific shape/size. any cr2032 will work (preferably new for the voltage).
  12. @xAcid9 the way the RAM slots are populated. otherwise no real software to 'check' on assignments. certain hitches or abnormalities would be the culprit.
  13. the 4+4 is working in dual channel, but he +8 is still in single. so if any overflow moves to the +8 addresses you'll feel a system hitch/slowdown. @MgR if you run intensive memory calcs, you might run into memory address issues. won't know until it happens.
  14. Mobo for ryzen 5 1600?

    the x370 platform is well if looking to overclock to the maximum potential, but not all x370 motherboards are capable. b/ab350 are for cost efforts for nominal overclocking. the asus pro is a good foundation for OCing there are no z boards for ryzen at this moment. for cost, the 1600 (nonX) is the best value as the OC potential is similar. and use the money saved towards best RAM pricing. if not OCing, the the X can yield best performance out-of-the-box experience. RAM is a cluster to nail. getting the ryzen on the 2933MHz or higher is best for performance, but RAM pricing might obscure that and you'll have to settle for a bit of a performance hit.
  15. Best amd cpu?

    instead of creating over ten threads on different components, you'd be best served to make one thread in new builds with budget, location and computer tasks needed and allow the forum to make the best build for the budget. creating all these different 'whats the best' threads only confuses you and the community ceases to answer.