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RedxYeti

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  1. i have a 2080ti card from nvidia and i cant seem to find any information about which direction the fans go. i have room for a case fan under the gpu to either be an intake or exhaust. there will be a good amount of clearance between the two so i dont have to worry about damaging the bearings in the fans. (about a foot/ 30cm) so i guess my question is how do the fans work on the 2080ti/ should the case fan be an intake or exhaust?
  2. it was valorant, thanks. i heard the anti cheat was pretty weird, but i didnt think it went that far haha.
  3. i do, but i also have its auto start feature disabled in windows maybe ill try uninstalling it and then seeing
  4. I noticed that my RGB lighting was no longer in sync with icue so i started trying to fix that noticing that the motherboard option was no longer in icue. its missing from aura sync as well. i updated my bios and was going to start over clocking when i noticed all my of my mobo monitoring is missing from HWM and OHWM. screenshot im using a z390e gaming, I9-9900k 64gb ram and a 2080ti. should i be concerned? how can i get that monitoring back? *update* HWinfo shows the info im looking for but its still missing in other programs (win10)
  5. yes I am running blended test, thank you. I am a bit newer to overclocking so I guess my next question is: should I take those higher temp parts of the test with a grain of salt or factor it in more seriously with my OC?
  6. Z-390 e Gaming I9-9900k @ 4.8ghz and 1.26v Corsair H115i Pro So while I was overclocking I noticed something weird with the temps. I sit around 60c with prime95 running but around 10-15 minutes in it's like something triggers. It starts slowly climbing in temps until I stop the test. At first I thought it was the corsair AIO liquid heating up. I dont think this is the case though because if i stop the test and then start it again, its like nothing happened and its hanging around 60c again. Any idea whats happening when the temp spikes like that?
  7. Im on win10 and chrome just recently started stealing focus from other programs i used window focus logger to determine it was in fact chrome. steps ive tried so far: turning off third party extensions trying multiple websites (to see if it still happens) virus scan restarting computer its fairly annoying to be typing in discord and my window and keyboard focus is just switched to chrome. happens when im playing games too. anything else i can try?
  8. with default bios settings its still locking up (i reset my gpu OC too)
  9. i get better thermals with the atx on while OBS is running but it runs fine at 5ghz. is this relevant to my problem?
  10. So when I start a fullscreen game it causes my computer to hiccup a bit and then continues, but when i close the fullscreen game it locks up for upwards of 15 seconds. its been doing this for a bit now and its starting to get fairly annoying. Running games borderless window or just windowed doesnt cause any sort of lock up during the lock up my 2nd monitor goes black specs: z390 e gaming (asus) i9 9900k at 5ghz (4.8 atx) 1080 strix (newest driver, just did a ddu reinstall also) 32 gb hyperx 2666 ram kingston nvme drive win10 pr
  11. im using a kingston m2 drive and after a while of my pc being on games and apps take quite a while to load up. steam takes a few minutes. its fine for a good bit after i reboot. everything opens in an instant, but if its been as little as say 10 minutes it starts to take a while to load things. the games run fine but the start up is very long. malwarebytes shows no problems, cpu/gpu temps are fine, no processes taking up a bunch of memory, updated bios and drivers additional pc info z390 e gaming mobo strix 1080 oc to 2.1ghz 32 gb ddr4 26
  12. Yeah my phone auto filled this and opened the thread lol that was my problem from last night. Gimme a sec I'll edit the post
  13. I set up a new build today with a z390 e gaming and it won't boot with 4 sticks of ddr4 ram I got at 2666mhz It boots with 1 stick and 2 sticks. Specs show it supports up to 64 gb ram. Is my mobo bad?
  14. I'll try resetting the CPU in the morning and get back to you, thanks.
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