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Viper9

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  1. Did you install the latest LAN drivers from MSI's website? You could also try another ethernet cable just to make sure.
  2. First I would try to use DDU just in case it's an issue with your GPU drivers and install the latest stable drivers from AMD's website. If it doesn't work, try to clean install Windows 10 and install all the latest drivers just to make sure you're not dealing with somekind of software issue. Also are you on Wi-Fi or you're using an ethernet cable?
  3. You can buy a ARGB splitter like this one: https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-Addressable-Universal-Radiators/dp/B083X1W5G4/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=argb+splitter&qid=1605905128&sr=8-4
  4. Since you already have a G-Sync monitor I would keep the RTX 3080.
  5. You have an external sound card for your XLR mic? If so, can you see the external soundcard in device manager?
  6. True, I just edited my post. Thanks.
  7. That's the main reason why usually they're louder, but some of them have a slider that you can adjust to reduce the speed/noise.
  8. The main downside is your fans won't be controlled by your motherboard, since they're plugged straight into the power supply.
  9. If you don't want to buy a fan splitter, your only option right now is to plug only 2 fans and wait until you can buy the splitters.
  10. I'm pretty sure your CPU will bottleneck the RTX 3080, I would upgrade to a Ryzen 5600X or 5800X.
  11. Since you're using it for content creation and I guess you don't wanna spend a 1000$ on an expensive 4K display this one would be a good choice IMO. Asus ProArt Display PA278QV
  12. Do you have the same issue if you try with another web browser?
  13. Try to uninstall your audio driver reboot and install the newer version (download it from the manufacturer website). I guess you've tried your mic on another computer and it works fine?
  14. If you can wait until the RTX 3070 is back in stock it would be awesome paired with a Ryzen 5 5600X (or wait for the 5600 and save some money).
  15. You could try to reset your router to the factory settings (you should be able to backup your config to a file first) and update the firmware if there's a new one available. If it doesn't work, since it's an old router, maybe it's just defective, there's not much you can do except buying a new one.
  16. Do you have some kind of QOS setting enabled? Or maybe the port speed is set to 10Mbps?
  17. Windows Defender + Malwarebytes free for scans is all you need.
  18. A software like Acronis Cyber Backup could be what you're looking for because you can clone to different hardware with it. So on the new server setup your RAID 10 first, and then try to clone your old to server to the new one.
  19. 1. Try to reset everything to default in your UEFI/BIOS (XMP turned off). 2. Reinstall Windows 10 3. Get the GPU and chipset drivers from AMD's website and the rest from ASRock website (sound, NIC etc). 4. Do all the Windows Updates 5. Run Prime95 with HWMonitor for a couple of hours. If the temps are good and nothing crash, enable XMP and try again. If it still works, looks like it was a software issue. In that case, reinstall your games and applications one by one and test the PC, if it crash at least you'll know what's causing the issue.
  20. If you want "a long software support" and good battery life the Google Pixel would be the best choice IMO. So either the Google Pixel 5 or the Google Pixel 4a (5G) would be my suggestion. You can compare the devices here: https://store.google.com/us/magazine/compare_pixel
  21. It's a flat battery on the left side of the board look at the screenshot below. You might need to remove your graphics card to do it.
  22. No, there's no performance difference so if you want a smaller PC, just pick a MATX or ITX motherboard.
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