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Agent Crimson

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  1. Alex should do thermal upgrade for the DJI Digital Fpv system. The main problem with the system is that the main unit gets too hot so they can first try to upgrade the stock thermal goop with a premium interface then upgrade it with liquid metal and at last try to make a custom heatsink for it and even try to water cool it. 

  2. I was wondering how NFC on new phones allow you to show a tag and let you turn on and off your flash, let you open camera etc. Is it possible to send that same string of code via WiFi? 

  3. 8 hours ago, Radium_Angel said:

    This is good to hear. Troubleshooting from another planet might be a challenge.


    Sounds like you have a short somewhere in your case, or something isn't grounded properly.

    I'd pull everything out of the case, put on a phonebook to test with, and see if the issue goes away or not.

    If not, I'd say a flaky mobo perhaps.

    Is there anyway to check if it is the Mobo? 

  4. My pc turns on by itself even when like I physically removed the button to eliminate the faulty button. And after it turns on it turns off. It also turns off when I myself start it up it just boots into windows and then shuts off. I am running my computer on a UPS and the earth is also present. I have had a similar issue before with cooler master psu but it was just turning off which later on fried 2 CPUs and 1 mobo. What should I do I haven't been using it to save my other gear. The psu I am using rn is a rma unit from cooler master 650w unit mwe.... 80+ gold rated fully modular

  5. I have a pretty respectable backup PC but recently its 650W 80+ gold unit went bad. Now due to the on going pandemic I don't know how long it would take to get a new unit. I had a 500W Thermaltake PSU and was wondering if that would suffice my setup.


    My Setup is:

    i7 8700K

    16Gb Ripjaws 5

    MSI GTX 1080

    500GB SSD

    1TB WD Blue

    AIO Liquid Cooler


    I have RGB fans which came with the case and the liquid cooler and no external RGB strips or controllers.

  6. On 3/18/2020 at 10:05 AM, winkawak said:

    My psu states it has

    over voltage protection

    under voltage protection

    over current protection

    over power protection

    short circuit protection

    over temp protection

    did yours have it too?


    Doesn't say although after this accident with my psi I switched from Cooler Master to Seasonic and never been happier....

  7. 7 hours ago, winkawak said:

    bad psu can fry mobo/cpu/ram?

    how long did it took your psu to do that?

    i have this psu


    I really don't know what to say right now but I can just warn you to maybe try using the system on a different psu to diagnose the issue. In my case at first my pc powering on then instantly powering off and then repowering on... were rare but as time progressed they became more common. So this is the only thing that comes to my mind. I was lucky and all py stuff was in warranty so got everything replaced for free. 

  8. 7 hours ago, winkawak said:

    bad psu can fry mobo/cpu/ram?

    how long did it took your psu to do that?

    i have this psu


    It took about 6 months and it fried it part by part first was just the Mobo then when I installed a new mobo it turned out cpu was dead too then waited for a new one to arrive then the second time all three things got fried. My psu was not a bad one too it was from cooler master. 

  9. Similar issue occurred to me. It was a long chain of events which fried 2 motherboards 2 CPUs, 1 set of Ram. It was later discovered that the whole problem was caused due to a faulty power supply. The issue was at first one restart every 7-9 power ups. Later it escalated to every 2 power ups at the end it stopped to power up. On diagnosis it turned out the cpu was gone. Got the cpu RMAed. Powered the PC everything worked fine for like a week. Then same problem occurred this time everything fried. After replacing everything and waiting for about 2 months for everything to be RMAed. It worked fine for 2 months without any issue but the same problem occurred finally, the psu gave up. Since then it has been 1.5 years without any issues. So my recommendation would be to use a different psu to diagnose and stress test restart a few dozen times. If the problem still occurs then it maybe some other part although highly unlikely. 

  10. On 3/11/2020 at 9:08 AM, dizmo said:

    36 hours of battery life is....abysmal. Do you plan on taking it places? If not, I'd just get a wired one.

    My main motive is to get a low profile switch keyboard. If it's wireless it's just an advantage. I am not buying it for the purpose of it being wireless

  11. I have been using a custom cherry red wired keyboard for about 4 and a half years now... But I am still not that used to the high profile keys I have tried a thinner body wrist rest everything but it just isn't my fancy. So I thought of getting a low profile wired and wireless keyboard with linear switches. I was hoping for some advice on a good one which is not too overly expensive 100-120$ max. I came across keychron K1 they seems nice what are your thoughts and any suggestions apart from keychron. 

    Thanks in advance 

  12. 5 hours ago, PCDesignerRy said:

    Yeah I was considering giving that a try as well. It will be difficult to do because my computer is very very large. I'm using the Thermaltake W200 computer case so right now I think the computer is like 100 lbs or more. It is very large, but if I can't get this to work that would be my next thing to try. 

    Just take the mobo and cpu rest they will see its not that uncommon for people to show up like that

  13. Well you can check if all your hardware is good by using your older pc and putting the parts on it. Most probably this is an issue related to the cpu or motherboard as mentioned above by others. Try reseating the CPU the motherboard ain't that old so you might not need the bios update. If it still doesn't post then you can take it to a nearby computer shop. And ask them to check it for you they can also update the bios for a small fee.