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furiosa

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  • CPU
    i5 4690
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE H97M Gaming
  • RAM
    CORSAIR DDR3 2 x 8 GB
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1070
  • PSU
    CoolerMaster 750w

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  1. So you are saying this comes with all B450Fs? Why isn't everyone complaining about it?
  2. Damn only solding? I will contact asus anyway Thanks so much for your time
  3. @silviustro Hi! I'm resurrecting this topic because I'm having exactly the same issue, but my motherboard is the B450F Strix. As far I'm concerned, it is the same Supreme FX technology. I'll try those things you mentioned, but did you found a permanent fix since you originally posted? Thanks p.s: My temp solution was to buy a cheap USB audio card, the noise goes away
  4. This. Try monitoring FPS, usage etc with MSI + Rivatuner.
  5. Thanks for your response. Sadly, I've already tried everything that you said... Literally. I tested all effects, disabled everything... And nothing... :(
  6. May I ask which usb audio did you used? My Hyperx cloud core uses headphone jack. I would be very sad if the problem is in my motherboard. It's a brand new b450f!
  7. Can you tell me if using USB audio (mine are P2 speakers and P2 mic) would solve the issue? I would lose sound quality doing that, using an adapter?
  8. Sorry, the sound is coming from the headset that is plugged on it.
  9. Hello everyone. I just built my very new PC this weekend: B450-F Strix, Ryzen 3600x (with hyper 212 cooler), Crucial 2*8GB ram, alongside with my previous GTX 1070 Sadly, when I plugged my Hyperx Cloud Core in the rear audio output of my motherboard, I began to hear a buzzing/hum sound. Whenever I move my mouse. scroll any page or, in fact, use my PC, the buzzing noise increases. I tried everything: Uninstalled/installed drivers; Disabled/enabled audio device; Installed old realtek drivers; Used generic windows driver and etc. None of that seems to work. I'm starting to lose my mind because it's a very annoying sound!! What I can possible do?
  10. Hey sire! I got this deal, which one do you think its better? Some people said tha the B450M ASUS doesn't have the heatsink. The B450-F ROG has one. I'm not so much OC experienced, however I'd like to tweak in the future. Obviously, the Strix is much more expensive. But I do like to see using this in the long run. Do you think it's a good kit upgrade? OR
  11. Do you think this combo + GTX1070 would allow me to play this gen of games at 60 fps 1080p?
  12. That's the problem. I want to play Cybperpunk at 1080p with steady 60 fps
  13. Well I live in Brazil and the cpu prices are pretty much expensive. If I decide to go with the ryzen, which one and which motherboard u'd recommend?
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