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Thx And Bye

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About Thx And Bye

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  • Birthday 1995-01-09

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  • Location
    localhost, Germany
  • Interests
    Playing videogames fixing/building computer.
    I really like RC stuff like cars, but have no good ones atm.

    私 は アニメ が 大好きです!
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  • Biography
    I was born, am alive right now and will die eventually.
  • Occupation
    student

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS X470-I
  • RAM
    Corsair LPX 32GB @ 3200MHz CL14
  • GPU
    GTX 1080Ti FTW3 Elite
  • Case
    Louqe Ghost S1
  • Storage
    500GB 870 Samsung Evo + 1TB 860 Evo
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600
  • Display(s)
    Dual Eizo Forris FS2333
  • Cooling
    Noctua all the things possible
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Suora FX - Gateron Brown - transplanted in self deigned shell
  • Mouse
    Razer Ouroboros - japanese Omron switch mod
  • Sound
    Bose Companion 20 | Meze 99 Noir | Moondrop KXXS | RØDE Procaster + AI-1
  • Operating System
    MSX Pro x64
  • Laptop
    UX31E

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  1. Might be a bit late but I wanted to add this: Really depends. Are the terminals from that channel connected in series or in paralell? Series makes no sense since then if you'd connect only one speaker, it wouldn't work so it must be in paralell. If the speaker are in parallel, the total impedance of two 6 ohm speaker will be 3 ohm. You could look up Ohm's Law but I won't bother you with it here. Thats why you need at least 8ohm speakers if you connect two of them to one channel, since in the end it will be a 4ohm load for the amp. And 4ohm is the minimum that the amp is rated for.
  2. With my UX31E there was only a "void warranty" sticker on the screw of the hard drive. Not sure how its with your model.
  3. Well if the manual says that you need 8-16ohm speakers if you connect 4 of them, then connecting four 6ohm speakers isn't really something that is supported.
  4. Just put ant traps in your room.
  5. Do you have more then one monitor connected or a TV that is currently off? If yes turn every monitor on.
  6. Don't use adaptive mode then. Or lower it by the amout you are over your target.
  7. On idle it should always get back to low voltage if you set a max multipier for the boost and the CPU goes back to its idle state. At least thats now it always worked for me.
  8. You could try a complete reinstallation of Windows. Thats probably a good thing to do with new notebooks anyways. If a new Windows still has all these problems, just RMA the notebook, because then there should be something pretty wrong with it. Get GPU drivers from Nvidia and Intel respectively (you need to install both, if you have this dual GPU switching stuff) All other drives you could get from MSI or look at the manufracturer of the chip if they have a newer version. Optionally you could look for a new BIOS version. There is also a Firmware tab, never have seen it might help? All MSI downloads are right here: https://www.msi.com/Laptop/support/GE62VR-6RF-Apache-Pro.html#down-bios NVIDIA driver: http://www.nvidia.com/download/scan.aspx?lang=en-us Intel GPU driver: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers.html
  9. Well if the drives perform similar on different devices, I don't see a problem with your system. I'd say that either your one harddrive is slowly dieing or just can't keep up with the speed of your other drive. You could check the S.M.A.R.T values of your drives with CrystalDiskInfo. Also you could try to connect the slow drive via sata (take it out of the case) and see if it gets higher transfer rates. (that would make the one USB 3.0 case the culprit)
  10. Does the affected drive hit higher transfer speeds on other computers or is this only affecting your setup?
  11. Thx And Bye

    PCI

    Still, if its a low profile PCIe card, there are adapter for that:
  12. Thx And Bye

    PCI

    If its a low profile PCI card, there are adapters for it: (if its full height PCI, you are out off luck)
  13. Pull will always be the best thing for easy dust cleaning since on push the dust would collect between fan and radiator. But since there is a big air filter in the front, just mount the fans where they originally belong and mount the radiator on the other side. Thats at least how I'd do it, just try it and look what works / looks best. Shouldn't affect performace anyways. So that I can see you repied, you can either @Thx And Bye or quote me. Otherwiese I won't be notified.
  14. The "easiest" thing to get this GPU back to life (and the GPU itself is not broken) would be so salvage a card (1060 with same amount of VRAM) with just a broken GPU and go to a professional store to solder the working gpu to the working card. Other then that, I don't see much hope for that GPU to work again.
  15. Well thats what I did to my radiator, to use my way to tall RAM + way too big radiator in the top (I have only minimal clearance to the glass panel too): But since I'm only using 120mm fans and the NZXT Kraken X62 has 140mm fans, I'd say you can either fit it in the ffront, or look for a 120mm wide radiator / AiO. And on PCPartpicker it might not've shown incompatibility, since you can always fit the radiator in the front.
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