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Genotabby

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About Genotabby

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System

  • CPU
    i9-7900x
  • Motherboard
    Asus Rampage VI Extreme
  • RAM
    64GB 3200MHz Trident Z RGB
  • GPU
    2 x Strix GTX1080TI OC
  • Case
    Coolermaster C700P
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Pro 1TB; 512GB SM951; 4.0TB WD Black; 6TB HGST Deskstar
  • PSU
    AX1200i
  • Display(s)
    Acer X34
  • Cooling
    NZXT X62
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 RGB Platinum
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 2
  • Sound
    Audioengine HD6; Sennheiser HD6XX; Kingston Hyper X Cloud 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. Genotabby

    Sandisk SSD Plus 120GB Failure

    Directly contacted 2 companies. Both claimed that it likely a hardware failure.
  2. Genotabby

    Sandisk SSD Plus 120GB Failure

    Yea checked around and it costs him around $1500, which is very difficult as he is already struggling to pay rent and school fees
  3. Genotabby

    Sandisk SSD Plus 120GB Failure

    We've done that and also tried plugging into my system
  4. Hi, I am asking for a close friend. Recently we took out his old AX760i PSU to upgrade to a CM V1000 PSU and ensured there was no power cycling in the motherboard. After swapping the PSU he realised that the AX760i was a better fit for his case and put it back. The V1000 was never turned on. However, when he turned on the PC, it couldn't get past the bios screen into windows or would be stuck at the boot screen. When the ssd was taken out then the system could boot into windows. The sandisk ssd is to store data and did not contain any windows files and is about 5 or 6 years old. We've tried different sata plugs and different computers but the problem appears when the ssd is plugged into the PC. Other options we've tried was to plug in the ssd after booting into windows but the ssd was not detected in disk management or the bios. Does anyone have any experience with this and any ideas on how to get the ssd working again? The ssd contains the entirety of his university work and he can't afford to lose the data in the ssd.
  5. I have currently set my under 1 core to be 5.3Ghz and the rest at 5.1GHz but it doesn't reflect in hwinfo. I can confirm that hwinfo showed one core at 5.3 and the rest at 5.1 using my friend's motherboard
  6. It does. I can confirm through overclocking my friend's 9900k with strix z390e and observation through hwinfo
  7. Tried it. Had no effect.
  8. Have looked into them but the gene is an matx board and the apex only has 2 ram slots and I have 4 sticks. Thanks for the recommendation though!
  9. Yea I was looking at the extreme since it is slightly more expensive than the formula.
  10. Oh sorry misread. Alright will explore the bios a bit more
  11. Can't find such an option. This is pretty bad board if that is the case and I might change to a ROG one. Thanks for your help! Side note: How do you know that my motherboard cannot set a per core OC?
  12. I have been digging through the bios and the only option I found is "Turbo Per Core Limit Control" but this had little to no effect on frequencies.
  13. Hi, coming from an Asus z270 motherboard, I am used to the per core overclock found in their bios. Now I am using a z390 gigabyte aorus master and I am unable to find the per core overclock option. Does Gigabyte offer a per core overclock option and where do I find it? Currently running 5.1GHz all core on the 9900k.
  14. Genotabby

    X62 poor cooling

    Liquid temps are about 37 degrees at idle and 45 under 10 cores load
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