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  1. I'm having the same issue, for sure EMI from the GPU because it only occurs when my GPU is being used. About to move the soundcard to the lowest PCI-e slot to move it away from the GPU, but my hunch is nothing will happen. Update: Moved to lowest slot, no change.
  2. Can I override Corsair Link's 500rpm low as a limit? Ideally I'd like my 4pin fans to be off under a certain temp threshold. Thanks!
  3. FYI it can do native 108MP, but the quality is just "ok". No real purpose in doing it when you can use the pixel binning and get a higher quality photo:
  4. Is your older media centre PC on Win10 1903? Do you ever get straight-up frozen screens with no BSOD, on your Win10 1903 builds?
  5. Just tested out the 4GB version of MSI RX 580 (on loan from a friend, I have the 8GB version) in my system, and within an hour or two I had the same frozen screen required a forced shutdown, with subsequent Wattman recovery notifications. No BSOD dumps to diagnose with. DDU'd and installed an Nvidia 1070ti (also on loan) with latest drivers, and so far testing has gone very well (fingers crossed). No hiccups, freezes, or anything close to the problems I had on my Radeon card(s)+drivers. Still doing more testing, but I'll keep you all up to date. A reminder that I am on Windows 10 1903, and didn't have any issues with Radeon cards before 1903.
  6. Done and done, no change Even tried default Radeon drivers for Windows 10 2018 update.
  7. Since I've done a fresh install of Windows 10 1903, I'm having relentless lock-ups during anything GPU intensive on this Radeon RX 580 from MSI. I've tried DDU uninstall and install of fresh drivers - even yesterday's new drivers - and it isn't working. Random lockups, requiring a full restart, are still happening. No BSOD is occurring, so I have no dumps to investigate. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks
  8. Went and had a great time, thanks LMG team! I had a second of trouble finding the venue though, as in my Google Maps I had input "Intel Theatre" instead of "Inlet Theatre" After a few searches, Google autocorrected it to Inlet Theatre!
  9. How can I ensure that the specialized ROG Sound controller software will still work?
  10. I've been having some audio bugs with my Realtek drivers for my ROG Maximus Hero VI motherboard. I have the latest drivers from the Asus site for my motherboard, from 2016 being latest version. Can I get newer drivers directly from Realtek while keeping my ROG Audio software compatible? Thanks!
  11. That's exactly right. A lot of people are very ignorant to how all of this works... It's not only Seasonic's own PSU's that will see price rises. Also, a large OEM jumping on the price increases now means you'll see fellow large OEMs raising their prices. But hell, we're saving on SSDs and RAM nowadays, so who cares right? ?
  12. I'm actually very curious as to which PSU he has now, as it's very likely a Seasonic OEM made PSU ?
  13. Seasonic is the OEM of many of Corsair's AX series PSUs. Their common OEM partners are Seasonic and Flextronics... Seasonic has always been a top tier PSU manufacturer.
  14. $20 more now with the 10% tariffs, but will go higher as the increase in January 2019. Likely to be shelling out $30 to $50 more in Q1 2019 if a trade deal isn't reached: https://ustr.gov/about-us/policy-offices/press-office/press-releases/2018/september/ustr-finalizes-tariffs-200
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