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About Reubybaby

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  1. I'll give that a try. It seems weird that a new board would be maxed out with only a few devices whereas a board that was over 7 years old was fine. I've tried different plug configs (everything that can be plugged into USB 2 currently is), so that isn't really an option. And I really don't want to have to buy a powered USB controller if I don't have to.
  2. Sorry I wasn't clear - this is a totally new PC with a fresh install of Win10 Pro. Drivers were installed from the mb support page, but I have tried installing from Windows Update as well.
  3. Hi guys, I recently bought the Gigabyte Aorus z390 Ultra and haven't really been impressed with the board as of yet. Had a few lighting issues (lighting sometimes turns on, sometimes the RAM lighting turns off, it's all random), but my major issue is when I recently plugged in my VR Oculus Rift headset and sensors. I keep getting the popup 'Not enough USB controller resources'. I've tried reinstalling the "USB hub" device in Windows, and also plugging the device into different USB ports. I've tried reinstalling the Intel controller for the MB. Searches online have been less than fruitful - RMA seems to be the answer but surely there are other tests/things to do. All suggestions welcome. Currently I have plugged in to USB: -1 Corsair LUX K70 keyboard -1 G900 Logitech mouse -1 Sennheisser GSX 1000 Virtual 7.1 Gaming Audio Amplifier -1 Oculus Rift headset -3 Oculus Rift sensors I had all of these plugged in to my previous PC with no issues at all, in fact I also often had an XBox controller plugged in as well. Current PC specs: -Intel Core i7 9700K -Thermaltake CL-W234-PL12SW-A Water 2.0 360 ARGB Sync AIO CPU Cooler -Z390 Aorus Ultra -Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB 3200MHz DDR4 -Corsair RM850x White ATX 850W 80+ Gold PSU -WD 6TB Black HDD -2TB WD EVO SSD -250GB WD EVO SSD -(Soon to have back from RMA a 1TB WD Evo SSD) -3 Noctua PWM fans, soon to have another 3.
  4. Thanks for the reply. Is there a hub that you would recommend with the Thermaltake fans? I still need another 3 fans for the case, and I don't care if they are RGB or not, so maybe an integrated fan and RGB controller for the 6 fans?
  5. Hi all, Just bought a Thermaltake CL-W234-PL12SW-A Water 3.0 360 ARGB Sync AIO CPU Cooler after seeing good reviews, to go with my newly purchased Gigabyte z390 Aorus Ultra MB. All the fans are working, everything appears great, but for the life of me I can't see how to plug the RGB header into the MB. The instructions (from the AIO) say to use the 3 pin DVG plug and plug this into the DVG addressable header on the MB, however, there doesn't appear to be one. There are 4 pin addressable headers, and I do have a 4 pin cable that was labelled for use with ASROCK, ASUS, etc, MBs, but I am not sure if plugging this in will cause damage (the cable has a + symbol on it, leading me to believe it is power related, whereas the MB does not). MB manual can be found here: http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_z390-aorus-ultra_1001_190219_e.pdf Do I need an adapter cable, or another solution? Is there another solution?