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  1. Hello guys, So I lost my original DisplayPort cable that came with my Asus PG279Q. I bought one online, which is a DisplayPort 1.2 - in theory capable to do 2560x1440 @144hz (maybe not 165hz, but 165hz brings a tad of input lag so I am fine @144hz. Now the maximum resolution is 2560x1440 @85hz. Works only with 60 and 85hz. If I go higher, say 100, 120 or 144hz, the screen goes black for a few seconds and then reverts back to 85hz. I double checked, the cable is definitely DisplayPort 1.2. What can I do now? Build: GPU: ASUS GTX 1080 Strix Monitor: ASUS PG279Q Motherboard: ASUS z170i Pro Gaming CPU: i7 6700k Ram: Corsair 32gb Storage: Samsung 256gb NVMe, Samsung 1TB SSD Cable: http://www.comelsoft.com/en/product/46612/ednet-84501-displayport-connection-cable-dp-m-m-3-0m-w-interlock-ultra-hd-4k-ul-bl-cotton-gold.html#.WK7UdDt94uU 3m DisplayPort 1.2
  2. Has anyone found a stable overclock for a 5820k at or pass 4.5ghz i can't manage to get pass 4.4ghz at 1.25v do i have a bad cpu ? Or im i missing somthing here
  3. so iv been thinking of after highscool getting myself something similar to the old Asus EEE PC 1080 i had. it was total crap, Atom 550, 2GB RAM, 786p shit screen, boken joint, ect... but it was nice because it was a 10.1" laptop with a large keyboard for the size and it was easy to take everywhere. i was wondering if there are things like it anymore, like with up to date Atoms that can use more then 2GB of RAM and are actiually decent for lighter tasks. would want the screen to be about 720p becuse thats fine for the size and saves battery life and i dont care for touch either. just want something at about the 10" size thats a laptop and not a tablet with a keyboard basically. i miss my eee pc even though it was shit and broken because i could take it everywhere easy and the keyboard was great and i dont really like the laptop i got from school because its huge(16.1" screen makeing for a 18" size...) and has pretty shit specs for doing anything more heavy then web browsing or light, low settings gameing on it anyway(I5 6200, GTX 660M equivlent GPU, 1080p screen) tl;dr: are there any laptops like the Asus EEE PC anymore at about 10" with keyboards and decent upgradeablity(HDD and RAM swap) that isnt a tablet thing? thats the only thing i want answered here.
  4. Literally my first post in any forum, ever... lucky you. I'm planning out my first serious build and I'm not sure how many PCIE Lanes I'm going to need for my usage. I've decided on the parts I'm going to use (admittedly some of my choices are a bit 'because I can', but if you have any feedback on my choices, I'd be keen to hear them!), other than of course for the CPU; I'm not sure whether I need the 40 PCIE Lanes that the 6850k offers, or whether I can get away with the poultry 28 that you get from the 6800k. Here's my build https://au.pcpartpicker.com/user/harpersneil/saved/jfRvK8 Will I have enough PCIE Lanes to have the NVME M.2 Storage, a second 1080 in the future AND be able to use the included (with the Asus X99 Deluxe Mobo) Thunderbolt 3 Card? Although for now I've got enough (at least I think so!?!) in the future I'm looking to build my own NAS (currently using a Synology DS414), and I'd like to set it up with Thunderbolt 3 so I can get massively improved transfer speeds - the Asus X99 Deluxe board has a add-in card with TB3 on it - presumably I can use this?? Any help/advice that anyone is able to offer is very much appreciated! Seems a bit obvious, but this really helped!! -
  5. So after initially replacing this monitor a bunch of times after I bought it due to pixel defects, I finally got a good one. Now, a little over a year since I've had it, I'm running into an issue where the screen flashes/flickers at 144hz. I've done all types of troubleshooting: replacing displayport cables, rolling back drivers, turning off g-sync, nothing works. The only thing that fixes the issue is dropping the frame rate below 144hz but then I get blurry text. I didn't have to look far to find that this is a common issue with this model. I already contacted customer service explaining my situation and asking them to replace it with the refresh since I had given this model enough chances, to which they replied they don't do model exchanges. I'm sick of running into issues with this monitor; how can I get Asus to fix this without sending me another broken model? Here's a video I took of the problem, hopefully you can make it out: https://youtu.be/hIFzwuBNMMM Here's another guy with the same exact problem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Syow...el=LucasBurson He says in the comments that he had to keep RMA-ing before Asus sent him the newer model and he hasn't had any issues since. I just want to skip the bull**** and start with the solution that has the least likelihood of failure and one that'll waste less of my and Asus' time...
  6. Hi The specs: Asus z170-a motherboard EVGA GTX 1070 I5-6600k with hyper x 212 cooler 16gbe ddr4 corsair vengeance EVGA 750 GQ - gold cert PSU So this is my first build I spent 5 + hours building this pc today. (Yeah it took me a while I haven't done this before) I finally got it up and running all the fans and led lights were working. YAY. I plugged in my 1tb hard drive and a bootable windows 10 USB. I didn't get POST and the BOOT_DEVICE_LED was a constant red light. I was pressing the keys on start up to try and get to the bios so I could boot from the USB but nothing happens. What should I do? Thanks
  7. Hello everyone, just finished ordering the Beyerdynamic DT990 PRO 250Ohms and now i have a doubt... I'm running a Gigabyte Z97X Gaming 7 motherboard that claims to have premium audio, built in amp and support for up to 600Omhs headphones, and on the other side i have a Asus Xonar DG , that supports up to 150Ohms.. Which one would be better to plug the DT990s? The mobo can power them better but maybe the Xonar has better audio quality Sorry if this is a stupid question, i barely know anything about sound, Thanks! From gigabyte's page : Specially designed for gamers, GIGABYTE motherboards utilize a high-capacity amplifier which is able to drive 600Ω loads, giving gamers a fuller range of dynamic sound with crisper details and less distortion when using high quality professional headphones. Dedicated Audio Hardware Zone + Separation on the PCB layer protects the board's sensitive analog audio components. + Separate analog and digital ground to protect against Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). Also, the connectors are gold plated , and they use high-end japanese Nichicon capacitors.
  8. hey guys, can you really not overclock on a h170? i got this Asus H170 Pro Gaming for 30 euro on a sale, instead of 140 or something so i just took it. i wont be planning to OC for another year, but can i really not do it on a h170? btw if you havent seen yet i have a 6700k
  9. I'm wandering if my Asus z97-k motherboard will be compatible with AMDs new Ryzen CPUs? If any: which ones, if not all? On the box it says it has an intel LGA 1150 socket that 'supports 22nm CPUs'. Im considering purchasing an R5 1600x and I'll want to be able to overclock it. There is an attached image for more details. I'm running Windows 10 if that helps.
  10. I am not sure are the thermaltake rgb fittings asus aura compatible? if not is there any way to jury rig it, maybe?
  11. “The man in black fled across the desert and the gunslinger followed.” The opening line from The Gunslinger, the first book in Stephen Kings epic that follows the quest of Roland Deschain, the Gunslinger, for the Dark Tower. The Dark Tower series has to be my favorite, mixing western, sci-fi, apocalypse, magic, the current world, and quite a few characters from King's other books, and even King himself, into one big stew of a story. It's amazing. *Except for the lobster things. Da-da-chum. I hated Stephen King for a few days after that. If you've read the stories, you'll know. But with the new Dark Tower movie slated to come out next year and the stars of that movie tweeting things like: And even King telling us that this is the next time around... I haven't been this excited for a movie for a while. And with so much story to take from, I thought, this might be a great idea for a mod. Or even two... So let's get started on The Gunslinger.
  12. Hey everyone! I'm looking to upgrade my current system—the theme is "making the PC more silent". I wanted to know if I could plug in a Samsung 960 Evo 500gb m.2 SSD into an Asus Z170-a motherboard to service as the OS drive (as well as other personal stuff I decide to put on it). I also wanted to know what the effects of using the m.2 drive would be, as I cannot get consistent answers through research (i.e. does it shut down any SATA ports for external SSDs? Do I need an m.2 to PCIe mount to make it better?) I know I could RTFM and really drill down to maybe-perhaps get some kind of cryptic answer, but before I make a big purchase like that I wanted to consult people directly. Thank you!
  13. Hey guys. I've sent a message to Asus support, but they take ages to reply. My motherboard is "Asus Maximus VIII Hero Alpha" As you can see in the photo, the PCH and VRM max temperatures are very high (also the VRM min temp is 9'C)! If someone could let me know if they are having the same issue, and / or what you suggest I do? Also if Asus do come back to me and say it's a hardware fault and they want to replace the board, do I have to send the board back to them before they send me a new one? As I really don't want to be without my PC. I have checked and compared the temperature readings across programs and they are the same. (Note: ignore the high core temperatures, I was messing with speedfan. The VRM and PCH issue existed before I was using speedfan)NOTE: Temperatures are in 'C
  14. Hello guys...I'm new to the Community here... I was wondering if anyone knew if the Asus gtx 1080 turbo (90yv09s0-m0na00) was compatible with the EVGA GTX 1080/1070 Hybrid Waterblock Cooler (400-HY-5188-B1) Thanks for all the help!
  15. introduction Behind many waters, far far away in some land...there was engineering Office. And there few smart people, put their heads together and created ROG hardware for enthusiast and overclockers:) It was more than 10 years ago. LOng time ago until last generation the "Extreme" products were focused for LN2 directly. Others ROG boards could work very well with LN2 also, but Extreme was something more. DRAM switches, PCIe switches, voltage points etc... However, this year in January was presented new series "APEX", which functionally replaces Maximus Extreme. To Maximus Extreme will include other water - literally Apex is motherboard for LN2 with all stuffs inside. Even the original design was so geeks that the motherboard did not have all audio tracks. Because for hardcore overclockers is audio useless thing. Signal interference. But afterall, the board looks like looks and has it audio part SUpremeFX. CHIPSET Let's look at the chipset itself. Intel introduced a trio of chipsets for termination field: Z270, H270 and B250. Simplifield difference is in the number of PCIe lines in southbridge and therefore other support M.2 SSDs (explained later), support for dual graphics cards AMD/Nvidia, the number of USB 3.0 / 3.1, and even according to the manufacturer's plate. But we are focused at Intel Z270 and concrete at Maximus IX Apex general characteristics of chipset Z270 memory support 2400 MHz DDR4 16x PCIe 3.0 lines in CPU extra 4 PCIe 3.0 lines in PCH compared to Z170 Dual Optane support - up to 2x M.2 SSDs NVMe/RAID 10x USB3.0 6x SATA -for APEX, eg. 4x SATA, no needed for LN2 games Note that Apex has dedicated some USB lines for special functions such as keybot. At Z270 chipset u can run two M.2 PCIe in NVME protocol mode. In H270 also (one of the discs working at the speed X2), but B250 has not (one be in mode PCIe, second must be in SATA mode). If you will to use the M.2 SATA disc, you should know that the communication part is shared with certain SATA connectors, it can always check in advance before plugging the system. Generally it can say that Z270 is a modern and enjoyable chipset, where the next 4 PCIe lines are are useful. Motherboard description in theory Although the board is equipped mainly for extreme overclocking, also has benefits for watercooling setups. These are connectors for AIO or for classic watercooling pump and flowsensor and tempsensor of IN and OUT also. Very smart solution. Water cooling is controlled with 3A fan header, AIO has "only" 1A. Connectors are useful Konektory lze použít i traditional way for PWM/DC control. The fans power plan. Now very special DDR slot. It is designed for devices that support installation of two M.2 drives. But why to inside DIMM slot? Better cooling capabilities and commonly better access to hardware components. You can also put on device RAM cooler, which then cool down M2 SSDs alone. At DIMM2 device we can see few vents, those used for air flow, which can supply CPU fan. Second slide. DIMM2 slot is on the board identical to DDR4, but still makes it different safety plug, so that even a beginner can not functionally obfuscate. Finally something about extreme OC :). Special new LEDs are a great innovation with detection of condensation! Very helpful. Condensation is the biggest enemy of extreme overclocking. This motherboard has 13 detection sensors. 3 are near the CPU and others around DIM slots, and PCIe. OC zone of motherboard include buttons start, reset, slow mode, pause, CBB switch, retry button, safe button, LN2 jumper, slot PCIe switch, jumpers for activation/deactivation DIMM slots for DRAMs. Take a look at two white 4-pins for fans, these working at full speed LN2 mode jumper = customized settings for LN2, best way enabled it between -100 až -120 C Slow mód přepínač = switch for CPU working at low C-state (in default 800 MHz), switch off and CPU clocks jump up to maximus (sets in BIOS or in TurboV software). Useful for max validations process example. Pause switch = hardwarová pause, PC is in pause/freezing mode, you can it cool down or heat up in your LN2 pot and after continue in hard load benchmark. CBB switch = no more coldbootbugs :-). Eg. Kaby Lake/Skylake has around the -130 C coldbootbug property. If your CPU got coldbootbug, seems as "dead" (00 postcode), you must heat it up. Detection points of condensation - we already know from the previous paragraph Apex board can also support 3D printing. One bracket, eg for minicoolers for DIMM2 slot AURA is everywhere, APEX is coming with lights. With jumpers you can some of the locations turned on/off or even expand on RGB strips. AURA and AURA SYNC is just what a marketing standpoint moves the world, whether one likes it or not. Despite the software it yourself tune in color, synchronization, backlight modes ... Audio Supreme FX its not only Realtek ALC1220, ALC1220 characteristic at the left and at the right is new SupremeFX, sound signal is more clear. Interesting software, which is bundled on the DVD, however, works only with KabyLake on another PC I failed to install (Maximus VIII Hero). The board can be equipped with individual charm, make your own logo. Motherboard description and accessories On the back of the box are then specification and label themselves boards Apex Open the box with ROG logo inside Accessories: set of ROG stickers small ROG stickers eg. at SATA cables 4x SATA cabels RGB extender IO cover Q connector DVD with drivers Manual discount coupon for the sleeve cables of PSU ROG coaster DIMM2 device for M.2 discs M.2 screws ROG HB SLI bridge Installation pad for processor strip for custom logo backlight The motherboard has an atypical design, where individual corners "stretched" and linking the corners of an imaginary forms the letter "X". It stands for "eXtreme". The basic layout of ATX24 pin connector and 2 x 8 pin connectors are at traditional locations. It is well-marked, which osmipin that is primary and the other is only for LN2. Board dimensions correspond with ATX format, but you will certainly be taken aback that the board has only two slots for memory. Why? Because of the extreme overclocking always achieve better results with less crosstalk, and there's two more than 4 :-). I would say that there are about a millimeter closer to the CPU socket than usual. Even so this board can reach one of the few above 4000 MHz DDR4. Upper right corner belongs to the OC zone. Bottom left corner, then audio. Bottom right corner occupies classic case connectivity while the zone for water sensors and RGB. On the motherboard also find three reinforced PCIe slots for video cards. Fourth bottom is connected electrically with the south bridge (PCH). The actual distribution lines for the graphics card is either: 1x 16 PCIe 3.0 (first slot) 2x 8 PCIe 3.0 (first + third slot) 1x 8 + 2x 4 PCIe 3.0 (first+seocnd+third slot) For PCH are shorter two PCIe 1x 3.0, ex for audio card or avermedia card. Look at the M.2 DIMM card. Put this card inside the DIMM2 slot, the slot is near the DDR4 slots. Electrically connected to the south bridge and the equipment itself can place a pair of M.2 NVMe SSDs. Three RAMs? Not, only 2x GSkill TridentZ and DIMM2 device. Few details of motherboard OC zone, where we find the start button, reset, display post, retry and safe button, special LN2 switches, white 4-pins for RGB LED strips, switches of PCIe slots, DRAM jumper and power VRM of memory circuit. Passive coolers are relatively low, mounting screws only from the top, which is an excellent idea, especially for extreme overclockers. At the upper edge of the board are also connectors for fans, controlled PWM/DC itself according to the connected fan. Here we can see a quartet of SATA ports, OC crazy guys dont need much of it. Furthermore, the front USB3.0 port, and extra power for PCIe (Molex). I circled section of jumpers to activate/deactivate some parts of AURA RGB lights. Also white connectors for temperature and fluid flow in wattercooling systems. The lower part contains from left to right: front audio connector, the second RGB header, TPM port, a pair of USB 2.0 ports for connections, ROG connector I / II connector for OC Panel, fans 4-pins and BIOS switch. Motherboard has two BIOSes. This corner contains SupremeFX audio with the FX1220. Generally it contains a chip ALC1220A, extra system of amplifiers and Japanese audio capacitors. PCB is obviously separated, due to low interference. Note also the main control chip ICs from Nuvoton (opposite the second PCIe x16 slot). On this section are some chips for USB3.1 and HDMI. And then encapsulated chip LANguard, protecting against surges the LAN port. IO outputs are solid. We can find a pair of PS2 ports, which is useful to extreme overclockers. Before them is still button for BIOS Flashback feature (below) and CMOS BIOS button (top button). Following DisplayPort and HDMI, 6x USB3.0, LAN, USB3.1 A + C, audio jacks. Digital power of motherboard, VRMs Motherboard for overclocking is definitely created at a solid level. Let's look at the VRM complex of motherboard. I highlighted in red power circuit for processor cores nad iGPU part. This CPU part has 8 digital controlled phases, without any dividers. Exactly its 8 + 2 (CPU+iGPU). Full digitally controlled, high precision using an IR chip. VR chip is framed in red (small frame). CPU has another part called IO and SA. The power circuit is located under the logo of the Republic of Gamers, I've highlighted orange rectangle. It has two separate voltage controllers (red small squares), one for IO and the second for SA. Power circuit for memory has separate, well-controlled digitally also. It is a two phases-and called it in blue color. The main part of the power circuit for CPU cores is probably the most important. MOSFETs are encapsulated (sorry for my english, how to say it-integrated mosfet+drivers) and the manufacturer is Texas Instruments, named CSD87350Q5Ds. You can dismiss an insane value - current up to 400A! The OC is indeed not limited And despite somewhat worse useful practice properties, if necessary MOSFETs are heated to 60 C. BIOS main menu Extreme Tweaker profiles RAM settings Extreme Paradise Advanced settings for SATA and M2 storages or ROG LEDs BOOT section Tools SOFTWARE The board includes the entire package Software. Perhaps most interesting is AI Suite III with many functions. It will offer auto-tuning your PC in the performance, power, cooling, management of energy savings. And most it really works! The interesting part called "turbo applications" which assigns your PC for specific tasks that you have defined frequency turbo processor. Sonic Radar for gamers. Personally for me is more practice Sonic Studio ROG Ramcache, ROG RAM Disk and new one ROG CLone Drive And AURA software RGB effects -AURA Board has literally brutal backlight option, via jumpers certain parts can be deactivated. For example, it glowing logo "Flank3r" or "Republic of Gamers". [VIDEO]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqGB_F9qctM[/VIDEO] PC AND TEST RESULTS BEFORE AND AFTER overclocking CPU i7-7700K retail L641G series MB Maximus IX Apex CPU cooling AIO Silverstone TD02 Slim RAM GSkill TridentZ 4000 MHz XMP 2x 4GB (in default tests worked at JEDEC 2133 MHZ, in OC at XMP profile) PSU Corsair AX1200 1200W GPU Asus Strix GTX 1050 Ti OC SSD HyperX 3K 120GB Windows 10 Home 64-bit Measurements I performed in several tests for processor, already on the ground that the video card is different than last time and SSD capacity did not allow me to upload more interesting games. Maybe next time the test frequency RAM influence on performance. The results were summarized in the table. In advance I can tell you that the CPU did not disappoint and again I got to the 5 GHz stable. OVERCLOCKING For overclocking I chose a stability test AIDA 64 Engineer, running about 30 minutes in stress mode (AVX ready). I was pleased that retail is still a bit better than ES sample. At 5 GHz sufficed only 1.31V in the BIOS with LLC5. But AIO setup and cooling temperatures are peaked above 80 degrees. CPU Kaby Lake is hotter than Skylake. If you are not going to delid it, I see a border around 1.35-1.375 V for vcore as the limit for long-term operation. With delid you can go on further 0.05V, perhaps even a 0.1V up. Ideally keep the temperatures in the load stress test up to 90 C at cores (or better, of course, even less). Cache was OCed together, at 4700 MHz! Good things at APEX for Kaby Lake Table of safe voltage ranges when the conditions cooling according to Asus. Each piece of CPU warms slightly differently, everything is good simply adjust temperatures. Protecting CPU is at 100 C. Post display codes, ideal for LN2... Overclocking for benchmarks only I tried then the maximum frequency for the benchmarks. First problem was the temperature, I could not CPU cool down in harder tests more than at 1.425V. This corresponds to the frequency of 4150 MHz. Maybe the CPU with a little hard work could work at 5200 MHz, but certainly not beyond, delid will be necessary ... Cinebench R11.5 at 5152 MHz Cinebench R15 at 5152 MHz Blender "Ryzen" benchmark with 150 samples Less stress test as legacy old Superpi means I can use more voltages, 5450 MHz and Superpi 1M CPU worked at longer Superpi 32M at 5450 MHz also! I tried twice the frequency 5506 MHz for 1M, but in both cases the PC frozed I have only a photo... Overclocking of Kaby Lake is really fun, it's fast, has a very strong IPC and manages itself very high frequency. CONCLUSION Like the boys at the photo from the world scene of extreme overlcocking, and I give a thumbs up :up::clap: The board is grandiose and not only because it was the first board at which seamlessly working RAM at 4000 MHz XMP profile (with noedit operating system), that has a PS2 ports, button for eliminating coldbootbug and all OC zone part, interesting DIMM.2 slot NVMe SSD in RAID, the possibility of mounting passives with mounting screws from above and further details: clap:: thumbup: And it will be a good figure in an enthusiastic system build. Later, other comments complementing the other results during the weeks. In the granary got yet another piece i7-7700K and a third on the way. We'll see which one is really the best
  16. Hi! I'm new to the forum, but I've been watching Linus Tech Tips for a while now. I'm in a bit of a predicament. I need a new case, as my ThermalTake has some problems. I've been searching for a while and I just have no idea how to find a case big enough for my hardware without being giant. It has to be under 24 inches in height, preferably less than 32 inches in length and less than 10 inches in width. I like the look of the glass panels on the side, and I'm fairly into the whole "minimalist" look without a bunch of complicated angles and annoying colors everywhere. I would like a black case with blue lighting. As far as hardware goes, I have an ASUS p9x79 DELUXE motherboard, AMD RADEON R9380 GPU, 8 sticks of ram, a corsair hydro series H80 cpu cooler, and a corsair HX1050 for power. Those seem to be the things that take the most room. I have two ssd's and a 3.5 inch hdd. Please help me find a good quality case. My budget sits at around $200 but i'd rather not spend too much over $100 on a new case as I'd also like to get some CableMod cables to go with the case.
  17. Hello LTT Forums, I recently bought the Asus ROG centurion headphones and the mic quality is very bad, has anyone else bought these headphones and had a problem with the microphone? Any help on a fix would be appreciated. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/asus-rog-centurion-true-7.1-surround-gaming-headset-sp-01d-as.html (Link to where i bought the headphones)
  18. Hi which is better between the two in terms to gaming performance longevity etc thanks again been working on my very first build and weirdly the asus price goes up all of the sudden and now iam thinking is to change or not thanks again ~
  19. I don't know if this is too good of a deal to be true (its secondhand but in with box). it has a i7 6700hq 16gb of ram 1tb hdd 500gb ssd Thanks, Adam
  20. So over the past two days I've been troubleshooting my system of two months featuring a 6800k, ASUS ROG STRIX X99 motherboard (worth noting that I'm not running the latest BIOS), 16GB Vengeance 2666 and GTX 970. It all started with my mouse and keyboard not working (but they still work in the BIOS?? I got them to work in Windows by disabling xHCI). Then it progressed to the inability to boot, with the motherboard showing code 61, or NVRAM Initialization. Originally I thought this was a RAM issue or some sort of OS issue, but recently I learned that NVRAM and DRAM are not related to each other. What's also interesting is that the PC seems to boot fine whenever it wants to. For example, this afternoon I booted the PC successfully 6 times in a row before getting the error and not booting 3 times. After that it worked again and I've yet to shut it off. So basically my question is: What is the function of NVRAM and why is it sometimes preventing my PC from booting?
  21. Well, I made a build log a few months ago about putting my components into an Evolv ATX TG. Due to the cases size restrictions for what I wanted to accomplish in it, I decided to get rid of the case. I waited patiently for the Lian Li PC-O11 to release and finally picked it up. So, it's become about transferring components to the case and assembling it. So, let's get into it. Components: Intel Core i7-6950X 32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum ASUS Rampage 5 Edition 10 Intel 730 series 480GB Western Digital Black 6TB SLI NVidia GTX 1080 Corsair RM1000X Custom EKWB watercooling loop 6x LTT Edition Noctua NF-F12's, with black Chromax vibration dampers Cablemod sleeved cables Nanoxia aluminum cable combs As the build is right now, it's working very well. I plan to upgrade to 64GB of RAM sooner or later. I'm also going to try and get something like the new 960 Pro 2TB NVMe drive. There will be some mods, such as changing the panels to a sandblasted silver aluminum look, custom glass panels, some out of the ordinary tubing, and some smaller case mods. So, this was the mess that I started with on the test bench, waiting for the release of the PC-O11. The first thing you'll notice with the PC-O11 is the sheer amount of room. The motherboard in here is an E-ATX motherboard, and it looks almost small inside the case. This is after installing one of the two EK PE 360's I'll be using in this build. This one is obviously the top mounted one. There's a nifty little spot for 2.5" drives to be mounted and show-cased. I'm not sure if I'll keep the drive there, as it might be a pain to route cabling to it. The rear panel is where drives and the PSU mount. I may put acoustic/sound dampening foam in this area to minimize noise, and I may mount my pump and reservoir in this area too. It has a really sizeable CPU cutout area as well. And here's a preview with the two GPU's installed, as well as the cabling comb, and the current cables. I might switch to all black cables.
  22. Hello I was just looking to get help with the installation of my M.2 SSD. Now I don't mean hardware-wise because I already did that in the motherboard is detecting the SSD I'm trying to install Windows 7 on the SSD. The SSD is an Intel SSD 6 in the motherboard is in Asus x99a. I've followed several tutorials online on the set up but have had zero luck and I was just looking if someone could help me on a one-on-one basis. Thanks! -BobQ
  23. Hello LTT users, i have an question for my pc build, i want to have an MSI mb (MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon) and this motherboard supports MSI Mystic Light, And for the GPU I want an Asus GeForce GTX 1060 Strix OC (With Asus Aura) Can I control the LEDs on the GPU with MSI Mystic Light? Thanks Sven
  24. Last night I turned off my PC because ESET said that an application update was necessary. This morning I turned on my PC, it posted and booted to Windows. The thing is, neither my mouse nor my keyboard seemed to work. I restarted, nothing. What's interesting is that the M+KB work in the BIOS and the Windows recovery options, but not anything else. I loaded optimized defaults, nothing, except this time when booting I got a Q-Code of 61 (NVRAM Initialization) and the PC hung before Windows would load. Restarted, the PC then booted fine to Windows, but still no USB. Fast-forward half and hour, and now whenever I boot the PC posts and then hangs with the Q-Code of 61. I've tried enabling/disabling XMP, and using only one stick of RAM. One time I got it into Recovery mode, where the M+KB worked fine, but then not in the login. All of my subsequent restarts result in Code 61. Specs: i7 6800k, H100i v2, ASUS ROG STRIX X99, 4x4GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666, GTX 970, 500GB 850 EVO, 1TB WD Blue, EVGA 650 G2, Windows 10
  25. Hello guys, I hope you are all doing fine, and I hope that I'm at the right place for this question. So, my question(elaborated) as stated above is that: How to access a home server sitting behind my router(ASUS RT-AC51U), using DDNS(ZoneEdit-Inbuilt DDNS service of my router) while I'm connected to a VPN server via OpenVPN client of the router itself? WHEN NOT CONNECTED TO VPN SERVER VIA OPENVPN CLIENT OF THE SERVER: I have a home server running with a local IP of 192.168.1.100, I have enabled port forwarding for this IP in my Asus router. So, when I access my DDNS Host Name i.e http://example.com, I get the website hosted at my local server(192.168.1.100) whose public IP is the IP address of my WAN which has PPPoE as connection type. WHEN CONNECTED TO VPN SERVER VIA OPENVPN CLIENT OF THE SERVER: I have a home server running with a local IP of 192.168.1.100, I have enabled port forwarding for this IP in my Asus router. So, when I access my DDNS Host Name i.e http://example.com,I do not get the website hosted at my local server(192.168.1.100) instead I just get ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED, if I'm outside the network of my router. But if I'm accessing DDNS Host Name or my WAN IP within the network of my router, then I get the website running fine. So basically I want to know that what should I do in order to pass the Home server IP(192.168.1.100) through the WAN instead of VPN? PLEASE ASK FOR MORE INFO IF NEEDED. Thanks & Regards, DigiGoon