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SRLRacing

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About SRLRacing

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    AMD 3900X
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Gaming 4
  • RAM
    16 GB Corsair 3600MHz
  • GPU
    Zotac 2070 Super
  • Case
    be quiet! Dark Base 900
  • Storage
    Corsair Force Series Gen.4 PCIe MP600 1TB NVMe + ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB + Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + 3X Seagate HDD Exos X16
  • PSU
    EVGA 850W
  • Display(s)
    43" Hisense 4k TV
  • Cooling
    be quiet! Dark Rock Pro
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K810
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro for Workstation
  • Laptop
    Microsoft Surface Book w/ Performance Base
  1. So since I last posted this I have gone through a bit of an RMA journey. I have tested or replaced: the switch motherboard CPU PSU The behavior continues pretty much exactly the same. The only common parts left are my GPU, RAM, and storage drives. I have rigorously tested the GPU and that seems fine. The RAM is actually behaving better than ever where I used to have issues with the system posting half the time. I have found a correlation between ambient temperature, chassis fan speed, and the behavior. Current theory is the Inland 1TB PCIe 4.0 boot drive which is one of those early units using the notoriously hot Phison controllers but for whatever reason none of my drives are reporting temperatures or other S.M.A.R.T. data points.
  2. The problem is that I'm trying to setup a cellular failover which outside mega dollar solutions is hard to come by after Netgear discontinued the LB2120. I am now looking for a router that has similar capability because I remember Asus used to have a whole line of routers with built in failover.
  3. Thanks for the answer here. That was about the answer I was expecting. The big thing killing me is getting access to my customer's router and training my installers so I am trying to find a way where they don't have the need to mess with networking outside of the physical installation.
  4. Hey everyone, I am no developer or anything like that but I have been put in charge of the development of an IOT product. It requires a strange network setup that will have me installing a router behind my customer's router for my IOT device. This requires port forwarding for some remote access capabilities. If I ship my product with the ports forwarded in my router will it still forward the ports through my customer's router? Or do the same ports need to be forwarded in their router as well? Thank in advanced for any advice you can give me!
  5. I tried reseating the memory. Its not exactly a crash (No BSOD). It just turns off. But then immediately turns back on.
  6. I have uncovered a further (Possibly unrelated/ possibly related) issue. The entire PC restarts itself at random. I can get the behavior consistently when trying to put a synthetic benchmark on the CPU like Cinebench. But I do get random occurrences of it. This behavior feels like some kind of protective behavior of the CPU but my temps seem ok up until at least the last readings I see in HWInfo. Anyone have any ideas?
  7. I can't say I fixed it, but my PC is now working. Whatever the problem was/is it was going so far as preventing me from doing a fresh installation of Windows on my main drive. So I installed a fresh image on one of my game drives that I didn't mind reformatting and once I got everything up and running I cloned that drive back over to my main drive. I did manage to save the few files I did not have any backup for by using Linux to access to the main drive's directory. Several hours later things seem to be ok. We will see if any other issues arise.
  8. So I'm thinking something may have gone weird with the Motherboard. I've tried installing Windows on another drive with no luck. May try Linux on a thumb drive just to see
  9. I am getting a "Boot Drive Inaccessible" BSOD when I try to boot my PC up. Thing is that boot drive is accessible enough to get into the advance troubleshooting menu in Windows. I cannot utilize the advance troubleshooting tools because for some reason it thinks my password is something else other than what I know it to be. It gets even more odd, since I am restarting so much trying to troubleshoot this problem another possibly related problem has appeared. Sometimes the motherboard is not detecting that there is any RAM installed and various drives do not appear in BIOs at random. This is a relatively new setup (less than a year): AMD 3900X Asrock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 16GB of Ballistix Elite NVidia 2070 Super Boot Drive: Corsair Force Series Gen.4 PCIe MP600 1TB NVMe Storage: ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB + Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + 3X Seagate HDD Exos X16 Recent changes: Bios Update v 3.00 (Update AMD AGESA Combo-AM4 V2 1.0.0.2) Refreshed Windows Has been working fine for the past couple of days. I did install AMD StoreMI 2.0 as I was going to experiment with it but I doubt it could cause this problem but its certainly possible. Troubleshooting taken so far: Tried built in Windows recovery options but have so far failed due to the beforementioned password bug. Rolled BIOs back to earlier version. Set BIOs to "Default" Checked boot order Ripped it apart and put it back together Any help would be greatly appreciated. This PC is my work, play, and life all in one. UPDATE: I ended up having to reformat my drive and get things going that way but issues persist. I have uncovered a further (Possibly unrelated/ possibly related) issue. The entire PC restarts itself at random. I can get the behavior consistently when trying to put a synthetic benchmark on the CPU like Cinebench. But I do get random occurrences of it. This behavior feels like some kind of protective behavior of the CPU but my temps seem ok up until at least the last readings I see in HWInfo. Anyone have any ideas? Update 2: So since I last posted this I have gone through a bit of an RMA journey. I have tested or replaced: the switch motherboard CPU PSU The behavior continues pretty much exactly the same. The only common parts left are my GPU, RAM, and storage drives. I have rigorously tested the GPU and that seems fine. The RAM is actually behaving better than ever where I used to have issues with the system posting half the time. I have found a correlation between ambient temperature, chassis fan speed, and the behavior. Current theory is the Inland 1TB PCIe 4.0 boot drive which is one of those early units using the notoriously hot Phison controllers but for whatever reason none of my drives are reporting temperatures or other S.M.A.R.T. data points.
  10. @Dravinian I toyed with the concept briefly but haven't put in the time and effort quite yet. At this point I'd be happy with stock speeds that ran cooler. Living in a small studio apartment with no AC really let's you know you have this behemoth of a PC sitting next to you!
  11. I've basically been forced to leave my 3900X stock. I think I lost the silicon lottery in every way imaginable except the CPU functions. I can get kinda get 4.1Ghz at 1.35v but even at that it isn't terribly stable and will run 95C and on all core load with a be quiet! Dark Rock Pro for cooling. Stock will run the same test at 95C at around 4Ghz so I leave it stock.
  12. Been running my 2070 Super 24/7 still having some trouble getting all that many WU's so I'm sitting at 3.1M points. Had to take my CPU offline since F@H has uncovered something terribly wrong with my cooling on my 3900X. 95C at 3.9 GHz. Not like it is really throttling but 95C scares me in a sustained load. Waiting for some thermal paste to arrive so I can try to remount my be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4.
  13. Thank you so much for your help both of you. I am now folding away!
  14. I've had my machine signed up for 24+ hours and still have yet to receive a WU. I'm feeling a bit lonely now.
  15. Seriously? How embarrassing. No wonder I couldn't find it. I rarely watch his videos and almost exclusively LTT so I just assumed that's where I saw it. Thanks!
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