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About NewAndreas

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  1. Ok, so after some more googling when I realized my computer crashed in this when running Asus' Fan Xpert 4 calibration, I started suspecting the NZXT CAM software for my Kraken x62. Found some posts on reddit having the exact same symptoms and I have now uninstalled NZXT CAM and I'm waiting to see if the crashing stops. YES! This was it. After removing CAM, I am now using krakenx to control my pump, and it's working great.
  2. Ooh, I am one update old. Seems like only the version number for VGA and Package has changed, but I updated anyway.
  3. Only with Precision Boost at auto settings. Newest BIOS for this board. At full load it's currently at 3.9 GHz and 61C.Some of this looks a bit funky but I don't know what it means.
  4. Interesting. I'm definitely leaning to a hardware fault as I've never encountered that the computer won't react to anything other than cutting power. I forgot to add this! When I rebuilt my computer, I changed the boot SSD from the 840 to a 850EVO that I had in a MacBook. I cloned the 840 contents to the 850 using Macrium Reflect. After that, Windows 10 shows a prompt that it is a Windows To Go and that I can't "unplug" the drive that To Go is on... ? Maybe this could be related?
  5. Ok, I am puzzled by this issue. ? So far I've had this happen 3-4 times after rebuilding my computer when I bought a new case and cooler. What happens is: all my screens turn to black (but still seeing a connected device, they don't show "no signal" prompts) all fans are still running like normal RGB effects are still on, but frozen in the state at which the freeze happened and in 3/4 cases audio output is silent, but one time it made the classic "looping a very short segment of audio loudly" scaring the crap out of my girlfriend. It has happened playing The Sims 4 and while watching YouTube, but not while idling. When it happens, I can't shut off the computer by holding the power button, or by pressing the reset button, so I have to flip the power switch on the PSU. I have Precision boost and D.O.C.P. enabled, CPU temps are low. The components: Ryzen 2700X Asus Prime X370-Pro 4x8GB G.Skill TridentZ 3200Mhz 1070 MSi Gaming-X EVGA Supernova G3 750W NZXT Kraken X62 NZXT H440 SSD Samsung 850 EVO (Boot) SSD Samsung 840 HDD 3TB
  6. Seems like not everyone is happy with the new Pixel. https://www.change.org/p/google-inc-bring-back-the-nexus-brand
  7. Damn, thats some cool hardware! Would be awesome to get?
  8. No, you will have to use a splitter and plug the microphone into the motherboard. There is no microphone input on the E10
  9. Apparently the power went out for so long it managed to drain my UPS... and kill my OS so I can't do my remote desktop work. FUCK

  10. Well the compression kills the difference, but you would see less aliasing
  11. I like the EDG750w power supply, because I think it's important for power supplies to be quiet