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Studio 1on1

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About Studio 1on1

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    3950X
  • Motherboard
    Asrock PG ITX/TB3
  • RAM
    Crucial Balistix 2x16GB CL16
  • GPU
    Sapphire Pulse 5500 XT 4GB
  • Case
    NCase M1
  • Storage
    Corsair Force MP510 1920 GB
    Samsung 860 EVO 1TB
  • PSU
    be quiet! SFX L 600
  • Display(s)
    Iiyama T27 touch screen
  • Cooling
    H100i Pro RGB with Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM
  • Keyboard
    Magic Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitec Trackmanl Pro Wireless?
  • Sound
    PreSonus Quantum 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    MBP Retina 15" 2.8 Quad i7 2014

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  1. Yeah that's what I was afraid of. The thing is, I'm documenting the whole build on youtube so I'd actually prefer to get a loaner processor, so I can DIY it and film it.I doubt the shop will let me film the whole process there, with my 135 subscribers I'll see if my local shops have one lying around that I can rent from them. I guess it's the time to try higher end thermal paste on my cooler Won't be able to AB it with the factory paste though. My schlepping around this build around the house is starting to get comical
  2. Long shot but is method 2 perhaps a method that doesn't require a CPU? https://www.asrock.com/support/BIOSIG.asp?cat=BIOS10
  3. Oh no...... OH NO!!! I just opened the case and saw the mobo shipped with firmware 1.00. Dammit I bought this in April 2020, 3950X came out in November 2019. What the hell...... They might want to add a card in the box that it doesn't ACTUALLY support all those processors UNTIL you update the BIOS using an OLDER processor. Dammit, that's an annoying setback. Is this just a rookie mistake or just bad practice from ASRock to not clearly warn about that?
  4. Oh but wait... How do I update the BIOS if I cannot get into the BIOS? It looks you need to update the BIOS from the BIOS... I hope this is not going to be a headache scenario where I need to find an older CPU to update this BIOS...
  5. Thanks! Yeah I'm thinking about updating the BIOS. that's certainly one of the next things I'll try. Since it's a 570 board, I figured it would just support the 3950X regardless of BIOS version but I guess not. Let's hope that's the culprit. Is it normal that the speaker would give NO beeps at all though? I'm wondering if the speaker is broken.
  6. Thanks! The HDMI cable and power cable of the monitor are plugged in and working (I tried it with my MBP and it works fine). I tried booting with the chassis speaker connected (does it matter which way around you put that on the header?). I'm getting zero beeps from that. Maybe it's broken or is that a possibility? Next thing I'll try is disconnect the sata and m.2 drive. I also looked at the RAM and GPU seating but they all seem to be securely in place. I did use a screwdriver to fasten the blockhead onto the processor, but only because it's a tight fit. I didn't fasten it beyond what I can fasten by hand. Maybe that's still too tight though? I'm having trouble guestimating what the right amount of tightening is. People only say 'not too tight' but that doesn't tell me what exactly constitutes 'too tight' It's a hard thing to quantify I guess.
  7. Update: just went to a computer store to get a chassis speaker in case I need it, since the NCase M1 doesn't have one.
  8. One thing that might be pertinent: I swapped out the mobo's intel wifi/bluetooth module for a broadcom BCM94352Z
  9. Thanks for replying! The power cable on the side? Yes it is and its fans are spinning. So it's getting power. Maybe I should try to reseat it in the PCIe slot?
  10. Hi, Long time watcher of LTT videos, first time poster. I'm a Machead who's building his first music PC. I'm even creating a youtube series about this process. I got to the stage of firing it up for the first time yesterday, but am unable to get an output to the display via the HDMI out of the GPU. I don't have integrated graphics on my CPU, so the HDMI out on the motherboard is no use, right? Everything's lighting up, all the fans are spinning but my display says no signal. Even if you don't enter the UEFI (not sure it recognises the F2 key of my old wired apple keyboard), it should output some self test info etc no? I've tried clearing the CMOS but that didn't h help either. The NCase has no chassis speaker, so I'm going to go out and get one for diagnostics purposes. Here's my rig: Case: NCase M1 with Noctua NF-S12B redux-1200 PWM x2 PSU: be quiet! SFX L 600 MOBO: ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3 CPU: 3950X AIO: H100i Pro RGB with Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM x2 RAM: Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2x16GB 3600 GPU: Sapphire Radeon RX 5500 XT Pulse 4G M.2: Corsair Force MP510 1920 GB SSD: Samsung 860 EVO 1TB Since it's for music production, this is a CPU and silence oriented build. At the moment, everything's connected, I haven't tried disconnecting the drives for example. Any tips would be welcome. Seeing as this is my first time building a PC, I might be overlooking something completely obvious. I did quite a lot of research on this, but still it's theoretical knowledge and I'm obviously lacking any sort of practical experience Even after binge watching LTT and Optimum Tech. Thanks to anyone willing to donate a few heart cycles to my problem! Yay the internet
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