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  1. Thanks so much again I had done a further check (which I drained the loop and took off the GPU bloc) to find out how he thermal paste I had put on the GPU instead of spreading evenly went and covered only half of it and now it’s running without issue.
  2. If your saying this happens every time the IPv6 restarts have you tried disabling IPv6? It might be the reason like your saying. Not use to using Ubuntu but I believe this is suitable enough since we don’t really use IPv6 yet. https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/disable-ipv6-on-ubuntu/amp
  3. Ok realized I had the plug for the Pump in the wrong area of my Motherboard and that definitely helped with the disconnecting from my monitor now I got to find out why my FPS is so low lol (cores for my CPU now don’t go over 50 and the GPU stays around 68-69 when on the game I mentioned) Thanks
  4. Have you checked Disk Management to see if its been formatted? Cause I dont believe there should be an issue with the hard drive.
  5. I'm having an odd issue I can not seem to figure out whats going on. When I go to start a game like Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order my FPS will go from 120 and in the course of a couple minutes drop to 5-15 FPS then the monitor will no longer display my PC and I would have to restart to get it back up. Just yesterday I got a new monitor thinking it was the fact I was using an old LG TV as the display but it continued to happen. I have made sure the Graphics Drivers have all been up to date as well. I recently finished setting this up about a couple months ago and not sure what could be going on. The specs of my PC are as follows: OS: Windows 10 version 1903 CPU: Intel i7-900k Motherboard: Asus Prime Z390-A GPU: Asus ROG Strix RTX 2080Ti-O RAM: Corsair Vengance LPX 32GB (4x8GB sticks) PSU: EVGA Supernova 1000 P2 80+ Platinum Monitor: Asus ROG Strix XG438Q Cooled with a Custom water loop from EK waterblocks (both CPU and GPU)