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About Flowroro

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  • Birthday Jan 27, 1998

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  • Location
    New Zealand
  • Gender
  • Interests
    PC Gaming


  • CPU
    i7 8700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z370-E ROG
  • RAM
    Corsair Vegeance RGB 4266Mhz 2x8GB
  • GPU
    Asus RTX2070
  • Case
    Enthoo Luxe 2 / 719
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Evo 256gb x2
  • PSU
    Mistel 650w Fanless
  • Cooling
    Custom Loop
  • Keyboard
    Drop Ctrl Halo Clears
  • Mouse
    Corsair Scimitar Pro
  • Sound
    Sony WH1000XM3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. anyone have any ideas at all? networking pros please assist
  2. yep, ive master reset both units, and made dam sure each one is on the latest firmware. did that twice forgot to mention that, and after a day its come back with the same issue.
  3. Hi guys, I recently purchased 2x Asus AX92U routers. Im on 900 megabit/s internet. I plug one router directly into the ONT, works perfectly fine for some time, but after a day maybe wifi speeds across all devices will drop to 0.01mbps on speedtest, and websites wont even load, nor will a youtube video. Ethernet however, works perfectly fine and has had zero issues. Since I have 2 of them, I used the other one for AI Mesh to make one large coverage of network. Doesnt matter which unit a device on wifi is connected to (you can check if your device is connected to router or ai mesh no
  4. Hi guys, so I bought 2x Asus RT-AX92U recently, and its set up as a mesh system. Im now wondering what is the best option to get the highest possible speed. 1. Wifi 6 pcie adapter? 2. The 2nd asus node is in the same room as my main pc, which is not close to the fibre ONT and main router, do I use ethernet from the node to my pc? (Main router is about 10m away and one wall away from my room, I cannot run a long ethernet cable from router into my room.) Im currently paying for 900Mbps, but through ethernet backhaul, im only getting around 330-400Mbps. Usng my asus mot
  5. Do I have to screw in the screw as hard as I possibly can? Because clearly screwing till there’s a resistance where I can’t screw lightly anymore isn’t working, something is preventing the block from fully being on the gpu. Not thermal pads, basically just wasted 2 hours trying to remove thermal pads that weren’t supposed to be there and it make negative difference increasing temps. I don’t understand anymore is it just my gpu is incompatible. It was only visually inspected for comparability. Sufficient thermal paste is used that is not a factor. Or is this just a trash product and I’ve been s
  6. it doesnt matter if u put too much paste this isnt a factor
  7. you cant put too less thermal paste, i did it exactly like urs, a very generous amount. enough to cover it all, thermal paste is sufficient 10000%. contact is not as good as urs where it fully squishes it out to the point where half the gpu is visible when u remove the block. i did it in cross pattern.
  8. i really dont understand anymore, did i put too much thermal paste this time on my cpu? gpu temps are ffar worse than before what is going on... 40c over ambient on gpu...
  9. yep i did that, when i first put it on the block didnt even go to that part of the pcb lol. going to leave witcher 3 overnight on and see how temps equalize, then will recalculate c over ambient. hoping for an improvement
  10. Heres the updated pad placement. removed quite a few
  11. Ok so update I removed all thermal pads that weren’t on that document. Gpu is still bent why is this???
  12. This is with hand tight screwed in.
  13. You’ll have to zoom in very close to see the bend. It’s very subtle but it’s there.
  14. so i just untightened the screws and screwed them back in until i feel a little bit of resistance. the pcb is now slightly less bent, minimal bend left. temperatures are worse already. its not like i overtighten them, i initially screwed them in until light turning of the screw no longer will move. is this too much?
  15. taking another closer look at your gpu block, the contact doesnt seem to be as good as it looks where it presses so hard against the gpu that it squishes out all the paste. will reseat it again, take off some thermal pads that according to the same pcb diagram of a different gpu that uses the same block that shouldnt be there, and check thermal paste coverage again.