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insyght

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About insyght

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Building Computers, using computers, gaming, video editing...
    I regulary go to the gym and I'm also into Mountainbiking and Music Production
  • Biography
    I am generally bad at writing Biographies.
  • Occupation
    Student at CAU Kiel

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600 @4.1Ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS TUF B350-M
  • RAM
    16GB G.Skill Aegis DDR4-3000
  • GPU
    ASUS RTX 2070 Super Strix
  • Case
    Fractal Design Meshify C Mini
  • Storage
    120GB Samsung M.2 + 2TB WD Blue
  • PSU
    be quiet! Pure Power 10 500W
  • Display(s)
    2x AOC C24G1 144Hz
  • Cooling
    be quiet! Dark Rock 3
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K68 Red
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Beyerdynamics DT 990 Pro
    Swans M10 2.1 Speaker System
    Blue Yeti Microphone
    nuForce uDAC 3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. Hm. Steam just used to tell me that I "couldn't add steam libraries that aren't empty". At least that was a problem when I last reinstalled my windows without cloning. Yea, learned that the hard way. Fucked up one of my drives with some windows boot files and everytime I booted up my PC it kept asking "which install of Windows" I would like to start. One just kept bootlooping, the other was fine. It was annoying none-the-less. I was just worried about a fresh windows not reading my other drives properly, forcing me to re-partition them somehow - or even worse, format them..
  2. Soo, I am cloning my installation of Windows 10 in its current state to a new SSD I ordered. I have already set up the Windows Media Creation Tool and the Backup of my System on an external hard drive. What I am wondering is, when I boot from the new SSD after cloning, it will just recognize all my other HDDs I had, and read out the data normally, right? Right now, I have 3 HDDs set up, one with games, one with general data and one with recording and editing files. I would hate for something like Steam not recognizing its own libraries on my HDDs, or some
  3. Up until now, I've narrowed it down to either PSU or MB... The replacement sound card works for every other PC but mine. I assume the 5V rail is kinda dead on my bequiet! I could just scrap the sound card idea but who knows how long the PSU will last now that one rail has weakened..
  4. [Reposting this in PSUs] Hi helpful people, I am having a bit of trouble. So, recently I've encountered some strange issues with my USB-connected devices, like my keyboard. Or like recently, my external sound card. When I start my computer, my keyboard sometimes doesn't light up and I have to replug it to fix the issue. I've never seen this as a problem, but recently I've been annoyed by my USB sound card not working when I boot into windows. As with the keyboard, I usually replug it and after 5 seconds it works again. Now, this is quite
  5. And before you nitpick... I know the ASRock is considered risky, as well as the PSU isn't top of the line. Sadly, I didn't have the money to get an Asus Board or a Corsair/Superflower/etc PSU of higher grade at the time i bought the parts.
  6. Hi helpful people, I am having a bit of trouble. So, recently I've encountered some strange issues with my USB-connected devices, like my keyboard. Or like recently, my external sound card. When I start my computer, my keyboard sometimes doesn't light up and I have to replug it to fix the issue. I've never seen this as a problem, but recently I've been annoyed by my USB sound card not working when I boot into windows. As with the keyboard, I usually replug it and after 5 seconds it works again. Now, this is quite annoying, as every time I replug it,
  7. Alright, it's stable now. My OC is purring along with no more than 65°C (thanks Dark Rock 3). No more freezes. Guess it had to do with my SSD, since a clean install on that didn't help. Using a M.2 SSD now and the old Sata SSD as a game drive. Only thing that bothers me is that I had to mod my Dark Rock 3 a bit for it to fit the Fatality B350-ITX. Thanks everyone for the advice
  8. Still got freezes, although not that bad. At least it showed the loading cursor and the window showed (not responding). Gonna try and do a new install on another SSD, clean the HDDs and reuse them. I also ordered a Dark Rock 3 for better cooling. I'll keep you updated
  9. Yes its's enabled now. Wasn't there before.
  10. I am currently so fed up. I've had my first PSU kill my first GPU, my second GPU overheat, my first motherboard dying... and now THIS?! So. The problem is that windows keeps locking up my current window randomly for about 8 seconds. I can still move the cursor, but I can not click anything or get any response out of it until it unfreezes itself. Also, Spotify in the background stops playing with the message "current song not available" and resumes after 5 seconds, and my Bluetooth-connected controller starts disconnecting and rumbling *spooky* As of now, I
  11. Thanks for the advice. I used my hardware in the exact same state before with no issues, so it's unlikely to be a hardware issue. However, I restarted my router/modem and the rubber banding went away. So I'm gonna have to see if the problem persists.
  12. Hello everyone! I am having a major issue, which is that my games are temporarily running too fast. The image feels sped up, yet it remains at high fps. When im running, the animation and souns are too fast and I get set back a few metres every few steps. I experienced this in PUBG and Dead By Daylight so far, haven't tried out other games yet. I'm guessing it's a network issue since it only occured on 2 evenings so far whilst I was able to play normally a few hours ago. Just in case, this is my hardware Everything is on the latest drivers.
  13. Okay, one more status update... I have used "Ryzen Master to get the 1600X to 3.8Ghz at 1.33125V. Since the ASRock BIOS was showing some other Voltage controls I had no knowledge about, I would've just stuck to this. But since I am an "I don't want it that easy" guy, I updated the BIOS to version 4.40 and é voila! That did it. Simple overclock, memory is running as intended, no helper software needed. Thanks to everyone for helping me out or trying to I learned quite a bit today as I am still new to overclocking. Consider this case closed.
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