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1Erik

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  1. Yeah I have Armoury Crate installed. It actually fixed itself, and I have no idea why it did it to begin with. I thank you for the reply though.
  2. Build a new system yesterday and everything was fine. Today however the GPU (Asus ROG Strix RTX 2060 Super) won't stop Breathing Red. I can't find anything anywhere on Asus' support or anywhere else about this. Yesterday my effect I set was working fine on both the Motherboard and GPU. Anyone else run into this or know about it? Motherboard is an Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi). I have checked fan spin, temp, power cables are seated properly and I have re-seated the card itself. Though now that I'm posting this I have no tried re-seating the power cables on my modular EVGA Supernova G+ 650.
  3. The case is a NZXT H510. The motherboard is a Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi). I tried out the CPU Opt first and while the fan started up at Boot it would shut off and never run after that.
  4. Just built a new system and had some questions specific to Fans and Cooling. I have 3 Chassis Fan Headers, 1 CPU Fan Header and 1 CPU OPT Fan Header. First question: What is CPU OPT used for? I've not seen it before. Second question: I currently have a Rear Mounted Fan and a Top Mounted Fan, and 2 more fans for the front on order. I have the Rear Mounted fan plugged into the Chassis Header 1. Not sure where to put the Top Mounted so it's currently on Chassis Header 3. With the 2 fans I have coming should I just use a splitter and run them off Chassis Header 2, or run 1 off molex? Final Question: This is a Gaming rig. (I'm only using fans no water cooling) Is optimal airflow still 2 intake in the front and 2 exhaust in the rear/top? Or is there a more efficient option? Thank you.
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