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About L0gic

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  • Birthday Jun 11, 2001

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  • CPU
    Intel i7 6700 3.4 ghz, 4.0 turbo.
  • Motherboard
    MSI H170A Gaming Pro
  • RAM
    8 GB HyperX Futy DDR4 2133MH
  • GPU
    MSI Geforce GTX 970 (Twin Frozr)
  • Case
    Fractal Define R5, w/ window
  • Storage
    120 GB Samsung EVO SSD, 1TB Seagate Hard drive
  • PSU
    Corsair RM550, 650W Gold
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2430T - 144hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H55 Watercooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Rapidfire, MX-Speed
  • Mouse
    Zowie EC2-A
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud II
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro (x64)

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  1. Now i understand. That makes sense, thank you for clarifying.
  2. Then how is the draining bulk cabs relevant?You're implying that the faulty PSU is from my actions, but from your comment I do not understand how. I never turned off any running electronics off manually from the PSU-button, wall outlet or anything else than through the OS. I have simply, when all electronics were turned off, also turned off the power. (two or three times max, even.) I can't why that is treating the PSU badly, when that is the same case every time someone moves their pc.
  3. I never flipped the PC on the PSU to turn off the PC. What was referring to was that i flip off the outlet, in order to turn off other electricals connected to the outlet. @Jonnyguru, I never thought that turning off the power, when the pc is turned off, would damage the PSU, but thats it the case you say?
  4. True that! Saddens me however, i've had alot of failed components over the years... Could this be prevented from my side? If the RMA will not cover, should i stay away from certain brands? I bought a platinum certified PSU to prevent in order not to end in this situation haha.
  5. Take better pictures, write more info in listing ect.. Make sure the price is realistic..
  6. No, sadly not. Do you have any theory in mind?
  7. All right. I noticed now, that it got a burning smell. Is is likely that the RMA will cover?
  8. Yes, that is on the first breaker as well. It was however put up by a former electrician. My TV (with ect.), lamp, ect. are connected to the same breaker as the first. But the problem still occurs when all of that is turned off. Yes, everything else works like it should. I called my dad who was a electrician decades ago, and at first he said that it could be damaged wirerering. He also seems confident that the PSU is causing it, but neither of us have that much understanding about the PSU, and what could have caused it. From your comments, i guess my best bet is
  9. Hi there, (backstory, can be skipped..) I have not been using my pc for some days, as i had just moved into a new appartment. (completely new, so all new electrics). I used my pc a bit in the beginning, but then i had not touched it for some days as i didn't have ethernet. Suddenly some days ago, when i turned on a lamp my breaker went off. I didn't think much more of it, and it didn't happen again when i turned it on again. (Present time) Now today i wanted to turn on the power to my pc, as i often turn it off to save on the energy bills. When i fliced the switch on th
  10. Update - the solution: For anyone interested, or perhaps someone will find this post through search later on: I though the MOBO was dead, and then bough a new MoBo and CPU (was my next upgrade anyway). and the same thing happened!.. Only thing on the board that was the same, was the new cooler. I then tried using the included cooler from the CPU and that worked. I was perhaps not very smart, for not trying to change the cooler before, but I didn't think that a cooler could prevent the PC from powering on.. Now I learned something and is going to RMA the cooler.
  11. Hi there, i am about to buy an ASUS ROG STRIX B450-I GAMING motherboard, and a Ryzen 3600. However, i already have RAM, and would like it to be compatible (of course), but i can't find the full product-number of my RAM on the different QVL-lists on Asus's website. I can however find one, which is quite similar. My ram product number is: HX432C18FB3AK2 (HyperX Fury DDR4 3200 Mhz 16GB) The only one i can find is: HX432C18FBK2/16 Does it have to match completely, and if so, is there anyone who can confirm for me, that the motherboard does not support my RAM? It's the only
  12. Update: also checked the case power button. That wasn't the issue..
  13. Update: I was able to short the usb-connectors which made something on the motherboard light up. But I am not able to short the Power-button connector.. this is weird.