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Tenma White

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About Tenma White

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System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    Asus B450-I ROG Strix
  • RAM
    16GB T-Forcr Delta DDR4 3200mhz
  • GPU
    GTX 1060 6GB
  • Case
    NZXT H210
  • Storage
    Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 256GB M.2 SSD + 1TB WD HDD
  • PSU
    Seasonic 650PX
  • Display(s)
    Asus VG278QR
  • Cooling
    ID Cooling Auraflow X240 Snow Edition

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  1. So I bought a 256GB ADATA XPG SX8200 PRO on January because it's apparently a good quality SSD and now it's April the health of my SSD went down to 96%. It pretty much goes down 1% each month. Is this normal for M.2 SSDs? My previous 2.5" SSDs were 2 years old and did not go down below 98% health.
  2. Tenma White

    Corsair HS70

    Anyone knows how to disassemble the Corsair HS70? because mine is color white and it is turning yellowish I want to disassemble it to repaint it.
  3. my speakers and headset connects via the Bluetooth only my keyboard doesn't
  4. So before I was using my Anne Pro 2 via bluetooth in my PC using a Bluetooth adapter but then my Adapter broke so I switched to my Mobo bluetooth(Asus B450 ITX) and it also worked but after 2 weeks my PC won't detect my Anne Pro anymore? My Phone can detect it and connect to it but it doesn't work with my PC anymore. Anyone knows how to fix this?
  5. ATM it's not making any noise but it once made the noise when I turned the PSU on and the PC was still off so I'm pretty sure it's probably not fan related because I didn't press the button thing which allows my PSU fans to always spin and iirc it was already making that noise(my PSU fans are always spinning now since I want the PSU to be cooled at all times). I'm not sure about high loads since I'm mostly in low loads(browsing the web and downloading movies) but yeah for now as far as I know It is Coil Whine and it is only making noise and not damaging other components, nothing more and nothing less. I probably wont RMA it.
  6. just to be sure. In the video I sent does it sound like coil whine?
  7. Aaaaand its gone again. Note: All I do is browse the net and nothing heavy like editing or playing games. In case someone will talk about power consumption.
  8. And its back. This is what it sounds like. VID_20200121_202332.mp4
  9. Reading all of the replies I understood 2 opposite things. Coil whine happens in all of devices and is just noisy and nothing else, it does not harm other components and it doesn't mean the power supply is failing/bad. or It is a sign that the power supply is bad and failing potentially damaging other components. I just found out that my old Seasonic S12ii 520W also has coil whine and it served me for almost 3 years(It still works now and is in my old PC) so I'm leaning towards that Coil whine is just there and does no harm except for being annoying. It does somehow concern me that the 650PX that I bought has coil whine even though since it is new and the noise(again it's not loud but quiet either. in the morning I can barely hear it but at night I can clearly hear it) sometimes appears and just disappears randomly. But again if it is actually normal and does not harm other components and it's not a sign that my PSU is bad/failing I'll be keeping my unit.
  10. Because I just bought a Seasonic 650PX online and it has coil whine that sometimes disappears and comes back the next day and disappears again. I had this PSU for almost a month now I can RMA it but It will literally take a month. I do have a spare Seasonic S12ii 520W to use but if coil whine does not harm components then I probably wont RMA it.
  11. I have a Seasonic 650PX and apparently it has coil whine its not loud but its not quiet either. Can a PSU with coil whine damage PC components?
  12. Asus B450-I I manually changed the Ram speed and DRAM Voltage. Do I still need to enable XMP?
  13. About the XMP thing, is that automatically enabled? Where can I find it?
  14. And btw does Ram Speed really work like that? It crashes the PC if it doesn't get enough voltage? (I am assuming this since Before I set it to 3200mhz which is it's normal speed and the Voltage was set on auto but it seems to be always at 1.20V) I've never heard about a problem like this before.
  15. I've been using my PC now for 4 hours and no problems so far. I'm worried about SOC voltage now though since I changed the DRAM voltage.
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