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  1. Yebi

    What causes this?

    ... Is that a screenshot? Not the monitor then.
  2. Assuming this means you have 32GB total, why would you want to lower the usage?
  3. Interesting. What about USB2.0 + the extender cable?
  4. Haven't seen that personally, but I've heard that USB 3 ports can mess with wireless signals. Try plugging the mouse receiver into USB 2.0 if it isn't there already
  5. Maybe there's some interference? Do you have a lot of other wireless stuff lying around?
  6. Have you tried this? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-update/windows-10-does-not-install-updates-error/80fcf8c8-21d7-4e22-bceb-1dd88255658b
  7. I'd make sure there's a back-up, boot up an OS from a flash drive and do some good-old destructive surface testing done
  8. I sure hope your interpretations mention what selection bias is, and why this particular survey is completely useless Anyways, I'm currently rocking a 3900X in an msi x570 ace, with a 2080Ti (msi gaming x trio) and 32gb of ram. This whole build is above my means and a complete waste of money, but I can't say I regret it tbh
  9. As far as I can tell, eATX is always 305mm in one direction, and varies in another. So the Godlike, being a 305x272mm board, should fit in a case advertising up to 272mm compatibility, though I've heard of the cable bar on NZXT cases getting in the way of, well, cables, with bigger motherboards, making the setup kinda janky. But why the Godlike, if you don't mind me asking? That board doesn't really have any other purpose than to be a money sink for people who literally can't find anything else to spend it on.
  10. Personally I'd switch the two fans you have (or at least one of them) to intake, but honestly it doesn't sound like you even have a problem. It's a gaming rig, not a cinebench r20 rig. If it doesn't reach 50 when doing what you intend to do with it, the cooling is fine
  11. Maybe try installing Lubuntu on it? Probably won't help you run any specific task, but you should at least get a responsive desktop experience
  12. Not in general, but definitely in your price range. Unify, Ace, and Creation are alright. Godlike is good, but overkill and overpriced. Pretty much everything under 300 has been a big oof for them this generation though
  13. Because having a PSU break can be dangerous in more ways than one, and yours is close to the amount of time you can reasonably expect a PSU to last. Unless it's a high-end model with a 10 year warranty or something.
  14. The end that plugs into the PSU doesn't matter, as long as it's the right cable for the right model, plugged into the right port
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