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  1. Thank you for the reply. You're right, I'll use adapter. It's better to send two different signals from the source than sending it through splitter.
  2. Hello, I want to split the signal from my graphic card to go on both the monitor and TV. My graphic card has HDMI 2.0. I want to buy HDMI splitter to do the trick. The seller of the splitter claims it is compatible with HDMI 1.4. On the website I've checked TV specs and it says "HDMI v1.3 - 2". To sum it up: GPU: HDMI 2.0 TV: HDMI 1.3 - 2? Splitter: HDMI 1.4 Will this work without any delays or other problems? I read the guide and it says to not worry too much about the cable. But in this case if both ends has 2.0 and cable is compatible with 1.4 (according to seller) would that not be a downgrade? Also in my searching i came across HDCP. It has different versions. Does it matter?
  3. Alright, thank you for answer. I read somewhere that low temperature is just as bad as high temperature.
  4. Actually I should check that before posting. I've connected other fan to the extension cable on FAN_SYS3 header. It was detected. Which means it's the fan problem. It was first cheap one so I'm not surprised at all. Also I would like to say why i want to control this fan. It's the hard drives cooling fan and it's running at full speed. I'm a little worried if the temperature of hard drives aren't too low. In idle it's 29-31c.
  5. Hello everyone. I bought additional 3 pin case fan (cheap one). It has really short cable so i had to connect it to SYS_FAN3 connector using extension cable. https://www.amazon.com/3-Pin-Fan-Extension-Cable-12/dp/B006MX4B3Q However my BIOS doesn't detect the fan. Fan is spinning at full speed i assume. It's a new MB with 4 pin connectors and it's detecting other 3 pin fans, but not this one. Is it because of the extension cable?
  6. Ok, thank you. I'll just get splittler cable. It's much easier and simple solution.
  7. Hello everyone. I'm often changing from speakers to headphones back and forth many times. I want to have them both active. Yes, I can plug headphones to the front panel, but because doing that turns off speakers I need to unplug it to listen to speakers. I don't want to plug them in and out every 10 minutes... My rear panel layout has only one jack for either speakers or headphones. Others are: mic, side speakers, rear speakers and subwoofer - page 22 in the manual https://download.msi.com/archive/mnu_exe/mb/E7B89v1.0.pdf Is there a way to connect both speakers and headphones to rear panel without using jack splitter? Can i change jack function somehow? Do i need realtek control console for it?
  8. Ok, thanks everyone. I thought it's possible to transfer installer to DVD. I'll wait then and create new installer.
  9. Ok so pendrive installer works differently than DVD drive. Does it work differently because it uses USB port and not SATA port like DVD drive? If i connect DVD drive through USB (using adapter cable) will it be treated as USB device, just like pendrive?
  10. Ok, so simple copy won't work. How about creating pendrive image and put it on DVD?
  11. The tool created a "special" installer with added necessary drivers to it. I don't have base install disc with me at the moment to create another one. I want to keep using my pendrive and not have it permanently with installer on it. Not if something unexpected happens. I just want to have backup.
  12. Hello everyone, so i've used a tool and made Windows install USB pendrive. Everything's fine, it worked. So now that I know it's working, I would like to make that pendrive a DVD disc. Can I just do a regular copy pendrive files to DVD, or do i have to create an image or something else?
  13. Thank you very much, all clear now.
  14. Thank, you for clearing this out for me. When i was googling this topic, i found someone who claims that his PSU does have 2x4 pin connector, but it's literally 2 of the same 4 pin connectors. He plug one, but couldn't plug the second one. Is that even possible? He used force to plug it in...
  15. You're right, not gonna push it. Couldn't find any article or youtube video about someone testing 4 pin cable in 8 pin connector. All i find is people using 4 pin to 8 pin adapter cable. Is there any reason to do it? The power remains the same, and you can just connect 4 pin anyway... 2600x No it doesn't. This is the one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/quiet-BN105-Pure-Power-Supply/dp/B00EO48ITS So now please tell me, will this one be good to get? https://www.bequiet.com/en/powersupply/1537