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Farhan_

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About Farhan_

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2002-04-07

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    Farhan

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Bangalore, Karnataka, India, solar system, Milky way galaxy
  • Interests
    Just an average guy who loves gaming, opening electronics, and cubing.
  • Biography
    A CBL
  • Occupation
    Student :)

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2400G
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B350M-K (sux)
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 2400MHz OC'ed to 3133Mhz
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce GTX 1050Ti 4GB OC
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide SPEC 04
  • Storage
    120GB SSD + 1TB 7200RPM HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair VS450
  • Display(s)
    BenQ 22in. (???)
  • Cooling
    Hyper 414R
  • Keyboard
    Redgear I-dont-know-the-name
  • Mouse
    Redgear I-dont-know-the-name
  • Sound
    Creative with one big woofer and 2 speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I have two fans connected to the same cpu fan header using a Y-splitter (as my mobo has only 1 cpu and 1 chassis fan header and the latter is already occupied by 2 fans). One of them is a 120mm chassis fan and the other one is a 80mm cpu fan. I expected the mobo to control the speeds of both fans but vaguely the 120mm one runs at full speed at all times and somehow only the 80mm fan's speed is controlled. I've been using this config for a while now and haven't faced any problems but I believe running a fan at full speed will decrease its life. Is there any way to control the speeds of both the fans simultaneously or did I connect something wrong? Please help me out. Thanks!
  2. Guess I have to solve this myself... The problem seems to be fixed for now by turning off fast startup option both in bios and windows 10.
  3. Try clearing the cmos using jumpers. Check your mobo manual for pins that say clear_rtc or something (it's different for some mobo's but most of the times it's same).
  4. Whenever I turn my pc on after powering it down for 6 hours or so, the speaker icon in the taskbar shows a red cross mark next to it until I restart the computer (not fully power off and start). After that the audio works just fine. This has been bothering me for days and I have even fully clean installed windows 10 (v1809 and 1909) and every time this problem persists. Any help on fixing this would be of great help to me. Thanks.
  5. EDIT: I just found out that the impedance is 5ohm, not 25ohm I want to replace the faulty speaker in my woofer which is making a cracking noise. The original speaker says it is 10w 5ohm (printed on speaker). However, I am unable find one on Amazon with the same rating. Is it ok to fit a 35w one without the risk of burning my house down? Also, does the impedance matter? Thanks.
  6. Yeah removing the cmos battery didn't work. Guess shorting the cmos jumper does something more than just resetting the bios
  7. Of course i tried that. Switched places, tried booting with single stick, nothing works now. The pc booted up until yesterday at least with a single stick
  8. I waited for around 2mins. Same thing happens again.
  9. Long story short, in hopes of reaching higher frequency, I set the ram timings to max and then thought of decreasing them step by step to get the lowest timings and highest frequency. Now pc won't boot up, even after removing and reinserting cmos battery. The fans spin at max speed and pc doesn't 'bootloop' like it used to after a failed oc attempt. One thing I observed that when i press the power button just after reinserting the battery, led's in fans get dimmer for a second then become bright again, otherwise they remain brightest throughout. Pls help me out and thanks.
  10. Sadly my case doesn't have a 5.25" hdd bay.
  11. I have a asus prime b350m-k which has only 1 fan header. I also have 3x circle cg 16xr fans. Can someone check the max amperage of this mobo and tell whether i can connect all 3 or not? Thanks!
  12. Of course i did. I'll try plugging in the other connector and see if that fixes anything.
  13. But on my old 1050ti i used to get 40+ fps at least
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