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About Flyingraccoons2

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  1. Hi. I have 2 g skill rgb ram sticks. When I set them to rainbow, they go the direction I wanted, but then they switch to the other direction then back again. This is super annoying
  2. it also does it when I shut down or restart
  3. When I put my pc to sleep (fn+sleep on a razer keyboard) it turns on the power saver power plan. Thats fine if it turned it back to balanced, which is doesn't. I don't know how to fix this. Is it a windows issue, is it a hardware issue, I have no idea. Thanks!
  4. I have 3200 speed. Would it make sense to get a 4x8 ddr4 3600 speed kit?
  5. I figured it out. When you launch beamng.drive (its the only game I have that it does this) it switches to high performance, but when you close the game, it doesn't switch back. Now I need to figure out why it does this and how to fix it.
  6. I have the newest version of windows. I have it on the high performance plan, but sometimes it switches to power saver when I put the computer to sleep or not gaming. How do I keep it from doing that?
  7. I do some rendering and CAD modeling. I have a MOBO with a LGA1151 socket
  8. If I installed more, would it be faster? And thanks for the info on the faster class
  9. I have the G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory. I'm looking for a kit thats also from G skill but is faster and is a kit of 4. I have no knowledge of ram and speeds and stuff like that. Can someone point me in the right direction? thanks!
  10. Btw I have a i5 9400f and a 2060 and a cooler master 212 eve with a 212x turbo fan because the fan on the 212 evo died
  11. what about dust buildup? does that matter with only 2 exhaust fans and filters on the front?
  12. Im a newbie, so I have no idea about cooling but I got the NZXT H510 and was wondering if keeping the stock fans as they are, or move the top fans so it's a bottom intake fan at the front and keep the CPU cooler facing the back, blowing air towards the back exhaust, or should I turn the cooler so it's facing the top, then move the back exhaust and turn it into a front bottom intake and have air coming out of the top? thanks!