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  1. Looking for E-ATX mobos for a case I am buying in the future. However there only seems to be a single E-ATX mobo for the AM4 socket. Is this true or am I too dumb to find another? websites I checked for E-ATX AM4 mobos: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/products/motherboard/#s=33&f=3 https://www.newegg.ca/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&IsNodeId=1&N=100007624 601292784 600009018 https://www.memoryexpress.com/Category/Motherboards Thanks in advanced for the info.
  2. Hello! My motherboard is an ASUS ROG Rampage V Extreme U3.1. Meaning it should be easy to change the logo via EZ Update, right? Nope. I've tried to use that to flash a BIOS in a pen drive numerous times, then booting into BIOS setup and re-flashing the BIOS from the drive, to no avail. I've also tried alternative methods, such as using MyLogo2 but that app just crashes halfway through. HELP. I just want my own logo on the BIOS boot screen. Can't be so hard.
  3. I've been wanting to build a Ryzen system for a good long while now. The only thing holding me back from pulling the proverbial trigger is a complete lack of Micro ATX X370 boards. Hell, I'd take a half decent B350 from ASUS, but none seem to exist. Are they working on it? I can't tell.
  4. I have just built a custom pc i7 7700K Vengeance led 16GB 3200 ddr4 ram be quiet 280mm cooler maximus ix code motherboard 500gb 850 evo ssd 2tb WD black hhd corsair 860w power supply GTX 1060 6GB when I connect everything up it goes through all the normal q-codes but ends on A2 (IDE Detect) it won't display anything on the screen I am connected to the on board hdmi, I have tried disconnecting the hard drives entirely still the same, I have tried removing the gpu as well still the same, I have tried only one stick of ram still the same problem. I have attempted to flash the bios by downloading the cap file and using the bios button on the motherboard, it flashes briefly but then the led goes solid and won't turn off, I have no idea what to do now.
  5. RX 580 CRASHING

    So, I have an Asus Strix RX580 OC, which crashes every time that I play a modern games on High graphics (not ultra). I first thought that it could be the PSU fault, because I had a cheap one (VS550), so I bought a better one (TX650M) AND THE PROBLEM WASN'T SOLVED. After asking various PC related communities on Facebook with no answer, I thought that I should ask here. The game used in the example isn´t the best, but it happens in all other games. 20170702_203758 - converted with Clipchamp (1).mp4
  6. Hello everyone, I've been wanting to get a new laptop for a while now. I need it for productivity (development and rendering) and some gaming. It doesn't have to be too powerful and expensive, so something with a GTX 1060 would do the job. I did my research and some of the top contenders were Omen by HP, Legion by Lenovo, etc. The two laptops that I fancied the most, and are within budget (in my country), are the Acer Predator Helios 300 and the Asus ROG GL502VM. Below are their specs: Acer Predator Helios 300Intel Core i7-7700HQ 2.80GHz Up To 3.80GHz 6MB Cache16GB DDR4256GB SSDNVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 Asus ROG GL502VM Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.60GHz Up To 3.50GHz 6MB Cache16GB DDR41TB HDDNVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 The striking difference is in the processors and I would like to know if it is that big of a deal. Where can I notice this difference in practice? Also, which laptop would you go for?
  7. Buddy Needs help!

    One of my buddies is building a PC. He is completely new to it and I only have one PC under my belt, so I do not want to mislead him. If he is getting the ASUS Crosshair VI Hero and the G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB(2x8gb) DDR4-3000 memory, will he have issues? The config menu for the Crosshair VI Hero has the following memory frequencies listed: DDR4-2133 / 2400 / 2666 / 3200. Does this makes the 3000 memory kit unusable and/or less efficient? Thank you in advance for your help. PcPartPicker Link: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/2GRnxY
  8. New Build Help

    Hi guys, New to the forum, did some searching and found some related threads, but none with my use case. I am planning on taking a CPU, MOBO and ram together. I've decided on the Ryzen 7 1700, Asus Strix B350 and a 16GB DDR4 3000MHz ram. I am planning on overclocking the Ryzen 7 under stock air cooler to 3.5 and running it for three months before springing for a good water cooler and overclocking to whatever my silicon lottery takes me to. I know the Strix B350 has a 4+2(doubled) VRM design. Will the Temps be decent under said Overclock? I plan on overclocking using an offset voltage which will be applied 24x7. I don't plan on overclocking over 1.375v Vcore anyway. Depending on the CPU, it could result in a 3.5GHz-3.7GHz Overclock. I also plan on fully populating all 6 Sata ports and a PCI 3.0x4 M.2 ssd too. Will be running my old Strix 1060. Will the PCI lanes be enough for this purpose? Or will I need a X370 board? My budget is limited to 500-550USD for the three items. The other alternative would be to, go for 1600x and master liquid 240, making the overall price same.
  9. Anybody have an ASUS PG248Q monitor?

    So I've been looking into this monitor, its definetely on the pricy end but I really like the specs, anybody have this or had it in the past and can testify if it's good or not?
  10. NZXT S340 Elite ROG Edition

    Hello fellow casemodders . I thought it would be cool to show you pictures of my personal rig, showing you some of the proces too. ◾️Case: NZXT S340 Elite ◾️Mobo: Asus Z270-A Prime ◾️CPU: Intel i7 6700K ◾️RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 @3200mhz ◾️GPU: Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080ti ◾️Cooling: Corsair H115i ◾️Storage: Samsung 850 Evo 500gb ◾️PSU: Corsair HX850i ◾️Coolermaster Vertical GPU Bracket ◾️Cablemod Extensions ◾️Cablemod RGB/W Hybrid ledstrip 60CM ◾️Cablemod Modwrap As you've probably noticed already I'm quite a big fan of Asus .This was practically my first true casemod. I'm a big fan of clean looking systems, so I did my best to make my build as clean as possible. The colored parts on the front of the case were handcut with the Dremel Moto-saw. The Corsair logo and the ''Rebublic of gamers'' on the PSU shroud were cut by hand with an exactoknife. The fans are custom painted Corsair SP120 Quiet Editions.I'll start with the final result pictures:The Custom Cablemod (Modmesh) cables and the AIO Modwrap truly made the build shine . Now it's time to tell something about the proces! It all started with the design, which was drawn in Sketchup. This was the first time using my Dremel Moto-saw, I enjoyed working with it very much. The cuts were very accurate and the machine was easy to work with. These were the first cuts I made. Not bad for a first try I guess. After all of the cuts were done the black parts got a paintjob. And so did the red parts The whole picture looked like this, and I coudln't be happier After the frontplate was finished I started on the fan paintjobs. I made a little tutorial on that can be seen under here. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Tutorial can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPzaLbuDOuQ&t=25s <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Then the time came to make the PSU shroud cover. The first try wasn't good enough IMO, so I made a new one later on. First-Second down below. Both tries were handcut. At last I modded the Strix 1080ti to fit the theme better.On the back of the fanshroud you can see the molten attachment points which keep the 6 smaller pieces in place. I found that the molten pieces whould be drilled in with a 4mm drill, 3ish mm deep. Then you should be able to whip the parts off with a flathad screwdriver. After getting all the pieces off it's a matter of spraying the parts with the color you'd want them to be.A bit of rain won't stop me from modding! It turned out pretty well . Well applied hotglue will hold it in place well enough. The new Cablemod cables deserved some serious attention on the cablemanagement. I cut a part off the S340 Elite's Cablemanagement bar's bottom part. Using the Dremel 4000, 175 Watts that get through the steel with ease. I used Nanoxia's cablecombs to rout them perfectly down the line. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I've had a wonderful time working on this project. I hope you enjoyed reading through this buildlog .If you have any other questions regarding this mod, don't hesitate to ask!Kind regards, Ruben - TheDutchmanModifies
  11. The ASUS RoG GL502 is one of the first laptops in ASUS’s STRIX line of gaming laptops which mix portability and price with performance, although other GL-series laptops have existed beforehand. The STRIX GL502 was no stranger to issues when it launched, with thermal issues and some general QC issues being raised throughout its lifetime. Now on its 2017 refresh with a Kaby Lake Core i7 processor, a brand new Armor Titanium (or as I like to call it, silver) finish and some BIOS updates, is the refreshed version of the GL502 finally a compelling laptop or one that just reinforces the notion that something thin shouldn’t be so beefy? Let’s find out. DISCLAIMER This review was done on the ASUS RoG GL502VM equipped with a Core i7 7700HQ and a GTX 1060, running on 16GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD combo with Windows 10 Home running the show. Keep in mind as with everything, this review is based on the personal experiences of the reviewer and as such, your mileage will most definitely vary depending on your unit. DESIGN The STRIX RoG GL502V, aside from its “Armor Titanium” paint-job and illuminated copper accents, doesn’t really offer much to make it stand out. The laptop is rather large for a 15.6” machine and its display bezels most certainly give it a look that’s reminiscent of laptops from the 2010-2011 era. Now, some people might prefer that, but in the age where the HP Spectre and Dell XPS15 exist, it does look somewhat dated by comparison. The build quality is also solid but unremarkable. While the top cover behind the display is made out of real brushed aluminum, the palmrest and base are made of plastic with a brushed metal-like effect. While it doesn’t conduct heat as well as aluminum, which is a boon for those who play for long periods, it also doesn’t exude that same feel of premium that you would find on something like a GS63VR or an Alienware 15. There’s also some chassis and screen flex, but is very much tolerable and throughout my time with it, the laptop doesn’t feel like it’s about to snap into pieces. Onto good news, however. If you want a laptop that’s powerful and not overly heavy, the GL502V’s weight and depth is worth a look. Measuring less than 5lbs/2.2kg and less than an inch/23.5mm for the GL502VM, the laptop isn’t overly heavy and thick for one that packs a lot of punch and it’s a worthy thing to look out for if portability is a big factor. Note that the GL502VS is heavier at just over 5lbs/2.3kg and thicker at nearly 1.2 inches/30.1mm in order to accomodate its beefier components. The display itself is also one of its high points. The 502VM features a 1080p IPS display with an approximate effective viewing angle of 178 degrees according to ASUS and has a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz, while the 502VS will bump the refresh rate to 120Hz to complement the beefier GPU. The display also gets nice and bright and color accuracy, while not the best, is more than decent enough for usual tasks and gaming, although professional work would require a well-calibrated monitor. It’s not perfect however. By default, the display came out too warm for me, which necessitated tweaking of the white balance through the included (and oddly named) Splendid utility, and when G-SYNC is enabled, some flickering can be seen when the FPS drops significantly below the display’s refresh rate. While many might not find these to be outright dealbreakers, this is something to note. Overall, the GL502’s design is what’s best described as functional. It doesn’t do much to stand out from the crowd and seems to be more focused on what’s functional rather than what looks stunning. PERFORMANCE Which leads us squarely into performance. Under the hood (or bottom cover), the GL502 packs some beefy components. Both variants feature an Intel Core i7 7700HQ processor based on the Kaby Lake architecture, clocked at up to 2.8GHz and can be boosted up to 3.8GHz when temperature and power draw limits allow. Both variants also feature DDR4 memory (the GL502VM has a soldered 8GB module of DDR4-2400 memory with a single spare SODIMM slot and can be upgraded to 24GB while the GL502VS has 16GB of DDR4-2400 memory occupying a SODIMM slot and can be upgraded to 32GB when both slots are occupied) and an M.2 SSD plus a mechanical hard-drive (capacity and type varies depending on region and variant). The key difference is that the GL502VM has a GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB of GDDR5 VRAM while the GL502VS has a beefier GeForce GTX 1070 with 8GB of GDDR5 VRAM. For this review, we’re using the GL502VM featuring the GTX 1060 and 16GB of memory plus a 128GB SanDisk SSD, a 1TB 7200RPM Hitachi SSD and running Windows 10 Home edition on the most recent version of the BIOS as of this time. General performance has been excellent through my time using it. Bootup times are very fast in less than 10 seconds (will be faster still with an NVMe SSD) and overall system performance has been very snappy and fluid, with very few slowdowns attributed to slow storage. Whether that’s editing photos from my Sony a6000 with Capture One 10, or editing videos with Shotcut or just general web-browsing and video streaming plus chatting, the GL502V handles them without any issue whatsoever, which isn’t surprising given that these components are pretty much overkill for many of these tasks, which video and photo editing perhaps being the only ones which saw some major benefit from the horsepower. GAMING PERFORMANCE Hang on a second. You’re talking about web-browsing and video editing on a gaming laptop?! Well, you didn’t think I’d leave out gaming, would ya? Well, since this is a Republic of Gamers product, of which its target audience is most likely a gamer, I had to make this a separate section. First, let’s talk about the GPUs. The GL502V comes with a choice of 2 GPUs depending on the variant. The 502VM comes with a GeForce GTX 1060 with 6GB of VRAM while the 502VS comes with a beefier GeForce GTX 1070 with 8GB of VRAM. Both of which are based on NVIDIA’s Pascal architecture, which launched last year on desktops, with the laptop versions following after, with the latter consisting of the GTX 1050 (which replaces the GTX 950M), the GTX 1050 Ti (which replaces the GTX 960M and 965M, even though it looks odd from a naming perspective), the aforementioned GTX 1060 and GTX 1070 (replaces the 970M and 980M respectively) and the GTX 1080 (which, predictably, replaces the desktop 980). Pascal promises better performance per watt and increased overall performance thanks to its use of a 16nm FinFET fabrication process, which is a main reason why the laptop versions of these GPUs basically use their desktop silicon with only minor changes in clockspeeds (the “M” prefix was dropped as a result). For this, I’ve played a total of 5 games; Team Fortress 2, DiRT 3, Grand Theft Auto V, The Crew and GRID Autosport, as these games have varying amounts of demands exerted on the system, with GTA V being arguably one of the more demanding ones due to the massive varieties in environment and stuff to render. With maxed-out settings on Team Fortress 2, I got a peak FPS of 150FPS (240FPS on less taxing scenarios). However, owing to Team Fortress 2’s decade-old implementation of the Source engine and its generally unoptimized nature when it comes to taking advantage of current generation hardware, the game does see drops to as low as 45FPS in huge battles with involved a lot of projectives such as rockets from the Soldier and pipes from the Demoman. This isn’t of much fault with the GTX 1060 but more to do with the nature of how Team Fortress 2 was developed over time. That being said, despite the iffy optimization, for the most part, Team Fortress 2 is a very playable title, but do note that flying particles and projectiles will tank your FPS significantly. DiRT 3 ran a lot smoother even when totally maxed-out. Using the in-game benchmark tool, I got an average of 130FPS with the minimum at 100FPS. Frame drops were barely noticeable as they were still much higher than the 60Hz refresh rate and overall performance was excellent. Grand Theft Auto V is perhaps the one super-demanding title on this list. On very high settings with 2x MFAA and with high-polygon car mods and a graphics mod to make matters more demanding, peak FPS in open areas was around 75FPS, with the lowest hovering around 45 to 50FPS. Grand Theft Auto V is a super-demanding title when you crank the settings up, but the GTX 1060 proves to be a capable performer and very rarely did the FPS drop down to an unplayable level, which only occurs when a ton of projectiles and explosions are rendered all at the same time (drops to 30 in those cases). The Crew isn’t exactly a demanding game to run, although its varied terrains and environment do give some challenge to the GPU. Regardless, the system ran it extremely well at 1080p. So well in fact that NVIDIA actually recommends that I use DSR to downsample the game to make it look better. I instead opted for 1080p maxed-out with V-Sync on and the frames rarely dropped below the display’s refresh rate and when it does, it only lasts for a second and things popped back to normal soon. GRID Autosport might not seem so demanding at first, but when you opt for the high-resolution textures package, it becomes much more demanding to run. With totally maxed-out settings, my FPS was a stable 80FPS throughout. Your results in other games may vary depending on optimization, thermals, game type and drivers, but from my experience, the GL502VM is a very capable gaming machine, able to handle many current AAA titles at ultra settings at 60FPS, with only some demanding titles requiring some pegging back by a notch. For the popular e-sports titles, the GL502VM is more than capable. (Note that the beefier GL502VS will see a significant boost in these frame numbers owing to its significantly beefier GTX 1070). THERMALS The one critical thing on any piece of equipment made for gaming is thermals. Not only will overly high temperatures cause issues but can also rob performance due to thermal throttling, even if some high-end laptops are designed to thermal throttle. The STRIX GL502V laptops utilize a “Hyper-Cool Duo” thermal system which uses dedicated copper heatpipes and fans for the CPU and GPU so that they can be cooled independently. ASUS claims that this design “maximizes cooling efficiency to give ROG Strix GL502 the stability required for intense gaming marathons.”. Sadly, all is not roses. The GL502 was the subject of much criticism for its thermal performance when it was new, and some complaints still fly in recent memory. However, after a couple of BIOS updates and some tweaks, here are my results under a more realistic scenario. While playing Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, the CPU was around 80 degrees as a whole package, with the hottest core hitting 84 degrees while the GPU was below 70 degrees. When playing GTA 5, the CPU averaged out at around 77 degrees, with peak temperatures hitting 82 degrees. The GPU averaged 68 degrees and hit 71 at its highest point. While editing video and encoding the export, the CPU hit its high of 83 and mostly stayed there. The lowest I got was 38 degrees on the CPU and 35 on the GPU, in its lowest power consuming state and power plan while sitting in a cool room with an aluminum fan blowing extra cool air into its intakes. While these are quite warm temperatures, the CPU and GPU were still in their boosted state and there was no sign of any throttling, thermal or voltage. Given that the laptop’s form factor is a little svelte for its size, it’s considered to be adequate, though nothing overly special as many laptops in this form factor achieve similar temps. As always, your performance will certainly vary depending on environment and conditions. While the cooling system’s performance seems quite adequate for a laptop of this form factor, there are 2 pitfalls to this cooling system; it gets a bit musical under load and much like the MacBook Pro and Razer Blade, a portion of the bottom display bezel goes over the vents. While it doesn’t obstruct the vents in a significant manner, it still feels like a silly design move by having exhausted air blow against a display bezel. Strangely, its 17-inch cousin and its successor, the GL503, doesn’t seem to have this design quirk. Overall, at least for this redesign, the STRIX GL502’s cooling system can be considered adequate. Its form factor does it no favors during heavy load but under a light load, temps are low and the cooling system is very quiet in that state, but give it a heavy load and things turn up to 11 in terms of noise. While the load temperatures won’t impress anyone who has used a large desktop-replacement machine and especially those used to desktop rigs, both the CPU and GPU were able to stay in their boosted state, which implies that though it runs warm, it still runs fast. SOFTWARE The STRIX GL502V comes with Windows 10 Home out of the box, with the Anniversary update running, although it can be updated to the Creator’s Update via the Upgrade Assistant. There’s generally not much to talk about. If you’ve used Windows before, you’ll feel right at home. As with the case for most Windows laptops from OEMs, the GL502 comes with a bunch of *ahem* “pre-installed value software” courtesy of ASUS, ranging from those that you don’t want like McAfee anti-virus to stuff that makes no sense like ASUS Giftbox. Thankfully, you can easily uninstall them though the Control Panel. That being said, there are some additions to the software that’s actually useful. The RoG Gaming Center is a very handy way of configuring macros, viewing system operating stats like GPU and CPU temps plus clockspeeds and also allows you to disable the Windows key, trackpad and RoG key to avoid them performing their respective functions if you’re gaming heavily and you accidentally hit them. There’s also Sonic Studio and Sonic Radar, which are sound enhancing software designed to tweak the EQ and add effects for a customized sound profile for the former and more directional audio for the latter. Purists will definitely scoff at this, though they can be disabled if artificial audio enhancements aren’t your thing. ASUS Splendid (weirdly named) is also a good way to help tune your display’s white balance and saturation with presets and a manual white balance slider although a dedicated calibration tool may still be the desired option for those who want proper calibration. Overall, it’s running Windows with some additions, both good and ones that should be uninstalled, just like many laptops that run Windows that come from a typical OEM. DAILY USE Now it’s time to talk about the little things, how the STRIX GL502 fares as a daily driver laptop. First of all, the keyboard is great. I’ve used a lot of keyboards over the past few years and I really liked the AccuType keyboard on my old Lenovo Y410P with its great feel and feedback. Many other laptops I’ve tried either didn’t have an ergonomic feel or felt really mushy. The STRIX’s keyboard manages to walk a good line between the 2. While it doesn’t feel as nice as the AccuType, it is nice to type on and also gives a very solid tactile feedback. It only took me a few minutes to adjust to how this laptop types differently from the Lenovo. One pitfall however, is that the RoG gaming key is located just beside the backspace, and it is very common for new users to accidentally hit the key. While I have disabled the key in the RoG Gaming Center itself to avoid this, I have yet to accidentally hit the key while typing after getting used to it. The trackpad on the other hand is typical for a Windows machine that’s not dead-set on build quality. The tracking is…..fine, and it is reasonably accurate, but its feedback isn’t quite as strong and it doesn’t feel nice to swipe and move around on. I would prefer a touchpad with dedicated left and right click buttons (and perhaps a fingerprint sensor in the middle), so it’s good that ASUS packs a Sica gaming mouse in the box, because this trackpad, once you’re used to something great, is just average. Battery life can be described as “fine” for a beefy gaming laptop, but this is not a choice for those who live their lives away from power outlets for extended periods. At best, you’ll be getting 3-4 hours out of it. You can stretch it to 5 if you’re supremely frugal but if you’re looking for great battery life, this is not it. The battery life can be linked to Optimus being disabled due to the use of G-Sync, which means the GeForce GPU is constantly rendering, which can consume more power even when clocked at a low clockspeed. The machine can be upgraded somewhat easily, but the bottom cover can be a chore to remove, requiring a prying tool to unclip the plastic clips which affix the cover to the machine. The RAM and storage are easily accessible, along with an M.2 drive. The port selection is also quite healthy, with 3 USB 3 ports, a USB-C port that may support Thunderbolt, a headphone/mic jack, gigabit ethernet, a Kensington lock port and power-in. The 502VM ships with a 180W adapter while the 502VS ships with a 230W adapter since the refresh. Oh yeah, the speakers. They’re clear, but they ain’t that loud. CONCLUSION The ASUS STRIX GL502 gaming laptop is one laptop that divides opinions depending on experience. Some with good units say that it is a wonderful laptop while others who have those which don’t feature adequate cooling say that it’s a dumpster fire and should be avoided. Personally, my own GL502VM has been a great experience. It runs many games without issue, does basic tasks just fine as well, and also doesn’t throttle under heavy loads (although it does tend to get musical). However, the build quality isn’t exceptional, the battery life is not great and the speakers, while clear, are not loud. If all you want is a laptop with a GTX 1060, you can find cheaper options like Acer’s Predator Helios 300 for less, or Lenovo’s Legion Y720. However, those will have their own set of compromises owing to their lower price point, so it’s always best to do your research. That being said, the bang-for-buck on those is incredible. With all that being said, the GL502 is a fine laptop. It does what it does well and offers some extras like G-SYNC to sweeten the pot. It’s by no means perfect, and cheaper options with near-identical hardware exist, but if you have one and you’re happy with it, so am I. I think it’s nice, but you definitely have options and some of which may even be better than the STRIX in some aspects.
  12. Hi Guys, i am getting pretty frustrated with my Asus Supreme FX Audio Panel... MY Asus ROG Realtek HD Audio Panel is not showing up anymore (Not in my control panel etc.). After getting Sonic Studio III to work i got that Problem... SO Sonic Studio III & Radar III are now working (they didnt before) i got all my updates from the VI HERO site... but now i cant seem to get it to show. I even activated the setting as you can see in the pic... Usually there is a panel like this (Pic 3). Does anyone know what to do? I reinstalled/installed all drivers several times before...
  13. Because it will be some time next year before I can afford the 2 1080 ti's, I have decided to use the 980 ti out of my old machine just so I can get going on the build. Other then that I hope I have made a good choice on parts here because this project needs to happen. With that, thank you Linus for all the tips, information, and how too's, wish me luck on my first water cooled build, so here hold my beer I got this. Boondoggle Hacks (Parts List) Motherboard :ROG RAMPAGE VI APEX CPU :Intel Core i9-7900X RAM :CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 3200 GPU :GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 980Ti 6GB G1 Gaming OC Edition SSD :SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III M.2 :SAMSUNG 960 EVO M.2 250GB NVMe PCI-Express (2X) PSU :CORSAIR HXi Series HX1200i 1200W 80 PLUS PLATINUM Storage Drives :Network OS :Windows 10 Home 64 Case :Thermaltake Core P5 Cooling MB/CPU WaterBlock :EK-FB ASUS ROG R6E RGB Monoblock - Acetal+Nickel GPU WaterBlock :EK-FC980 GTX Ti WF3 Acetal+Nickel GPU Backplate :EK-FC980 GTX Ti WF3 Backplate Black RAM WaterBlock :EK-RAM Monarch X2 - Acetal+Nickel (2X) RAM Heatsink :EK-RAM Monarch Module Black (2pcs) (2X) Pump :EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM Reservoir :EK-RES X3 400 w/ EK-RES X3 Multiport TOP Radiator :EK-CoolStream XE 480 Fans :Corsair SP120 120mm PWM Quiet Edition High Static Pressure Fan Internal Tube :EK-RES X3 12/16 140mm Pump Bracket :EK-UNI (120mm FAN) Vertical Fittings :EK-HDC 16mm G1/4 Purple (14X) T-Splitter :EK-AF 3F G1/4 Black Extender :EK-AF 20mm M-M G1/4 Black Extender :EK-AF 12mm M-M G1/4 Black Ball Valve :EK-AF 10mm G1/4 Black Tube :EK-HD PETG 12/16mm 500mm (2pcs) (4X)
  14. PC Appraisal

    I've had my current gaming PC for around a year and I want to upgrade to a much better one but I need some more money to do it. To get this money, I thought I would sell my current to be able to afford better parts.My PC is the Asus ROG G20AJ with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 970, Intel i7 4790 quad core, 12GB RAM, 1TB Hard-drive with 100GB SSD. If you need anymore information I can find it out.https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/vsQMsJ PC I am going to buy.
  15. I need help deciding between these two laptops: -Asus ROG GL502VM (8GB RAM version) -Asus ROG Strix GL753VD I will use them for gaming and for work
  16. So, yesterday someone on PC Partpicker commented on my build asking if I added the Asus Rampage (seen on the IO cover) via modding. I never noticed that it didn't say Zenith Extreme like it does in almost every picture I've seen. Initially, I thought it was funny, but then I remembered at Computex the engineering samples of this board had Rampage Extreme on them. So now I'm super paranoid about it being a pre-production engineering sample. If you were in my shoes, would you disassemble the build and RMA/return the board or am I just being paranoid and it was just a simple error?
  17. I want to know if this pcpartpicker list is pretty well balanced. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Datrat/saved/9HLVnQ
  18. Hello, I am new to the website and forums area but I was wondering if anyone on here can recommend a gaming laptop between $1000-1500 with at least a i7 processor, gtx 1050 ti/ gtx 1060, 16 gb of ram and 256 SSD + 1TB hard drive. I sorta know computers and the components but I do apologize if I missed or messed something up. I personally like the portability of a gaming laptop so I can take it anywhere, even to college/library if I have too. Hopefully someone can show me which direction to go. RGB lighting i guess would be a plus! Thanks
  19. Hello, I am new to the whole website but i am looking for a good gaming laptop roughly between $1000-1500. I like the portability of a gaming laptop rather than a desktop PC. Also if anyone can recommend a good laptop that can play games like H1Z1, battlegrounds, rocket league, etc. Hope to hear back!
  20. Sort of a noob question, but since ASUS Mobo Drivers are so confusing. I'm planning on getting the Crosshair VI HERO to replace my Gigabyte X370 Gaming 5. Now I look at the Drivers section for the Crosshair VI Mobo Drivers. I notice some of the same Driver have multiple ones. Which should I even download ? Do I just download the latest and forget the rest ? Like example, the USB. Version 1.16.47.2 2017/06/02 Asmedia USB Driver Version 1.16.38.1 Version 1.16.38.12017/02/28 Asmedia USB3.1/3.0 Driver V1.16.38.1 for Win7 64bit &Windows 10 64-bit. Then there's the Chipset Version 9.0.000.8 2017/06/14 AMD Chipset Driver AMD Chipset Driver V9.0.000.8 for Windows 10 64-bit.(RS2) Version 9.0.000.8 2017/03/09 AMD Chipset Driver V9.0.000.8 for Win7 64bit &Windows 10 64-bit. For the Audio I would need both right ? If I want those " gaming mode " and the EQ to play around with ? For my Gigabyte board I would need both Realtek and Sound Blaster. Realtek itself will work but I wouldn't have the EQ feature and those " enhancing " features. Another noob question, I never actually Flash BIOS before, my Gigabyte board was flashed by the Retailer I've asked them to do it for me. ( Which they did it in a risky way honestly, they used the Gigabyte App to do it instead of USB ) So If I wanted to use USB Drive to Flash my BIOS, I would need to format it into a FAT32 format right ? I know how to boot from USB Drive etc, but I'm uncertain about the format of the USB Drive I need to do the flashing since almost no one ever mention it online, till only recently I came across one guide telling me that I need to format it into FAT32.
  21. I want a new gaming monitor

    So im wanting a new gaming monitor in the price range of £100 to £170 It needs to be at least 1080p 1ms response time 75Hz Can you help me find the best display fitting those requirements
  22. Hello all: So I recently got my ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero combined with a Ryzen 1700 and 2x8GB of GSKILL Trident Z @ 3200MHz, and have noticed that the ram is set to 2133MHz by default every time I try to get it to 3200MHz or even 2933MHz it just restarts a couple of times then resets back to default. I have updated the bios to the newest one. Any suggestions? Cheers
  23. so a quick question now that ifa and pax west is almost over and since asus rog announced a lot of laptops that aren't available for purchase yet do you think they would e available by end of this week cause i need a laptop and i can't wait longer by the way i was thinking about asus rog gl702zc laptop but if its not gonna come out this week i will have to move on.
  24. ASUS refuses to help me.

    Hey guys, I've had an issue with my ASUS ROG G751JT-CH71 for a while now and ASUS refuses to help, my display stopped out of the blue. It's not receiving power or being recognized. I've been using my tv as a monitor but that recently died from a lightning strike and not being on a protected circuit. Bottom line nothing I've tried works, ive opened her up, checked the power and display cables and everything is fine as far as I can see. The GPU (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M)is integrated obviously and still works amazingly well but no matter what I do I can't get my laptop monitor to work. Has anyone else experienced this kind of issue before or dose any anyone have any other ideas?
  25. I'm considering my options for graphics cards for my new PC build and I found a GTX 1070 that I liked, the Asus Strix model. But I'm not sure if the RGB can be controlled by the Asrock Taichi X370 motherboard that I plan to get. If I wanted to control the RGB lights on the Asus card, do I also have to buy an Asus motherboard that has Asus Aura Sync or can the Asrock motherboard configure the RGB on the card? Also, if the RGB cannot be controlled by the Asrock board, will the graphics card stay on some kind of default rainbow mode? Here's links to the stuff I mentioned for reference: Motherboard i'm planning to get: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157757&cm_re=asrock_taichi-_-13-157-757-_-Product Graphics card i'm planning to get: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814126109&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-PCPartPicker, LLC-_-na-_-na-_-na&cm_sp=&AID=10446076&PID=3938566&SID=
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