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About Jenko32

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  • Birthday Jul 06, 2002

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  • Location
    Palermo, Sicily, Italy
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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    H87 PLUS
  • RAM
    Kingston 2x8GB 1600MHz
  • GPU
    ASUS Turbo GTX 1060
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 300R
  • Storage
    SSD Intel 180GB (SSDSC2BW180A3L) - HDD 4TB (WD40EZRZ) - HDD 3TB (WD40EZRZ)
  • PSU
    XFX 550w Core Edition Pro Full Wired
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2420T
  • Cooling
    Hyper 612 Evo Ver. 2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe MX Silent RGB
  • Mouse
    Asus ROG Gladius
  • Sound
    beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80 Ohm
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Asus ROG G750JH-T4170H [i7-4770HQ - GTX 780M - 16GB DDR3 - SSD256GB - HDD750GB]

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  1. I would suggest to reinstall drivers using DDU and reinstall Valorant so you can exclude all problems except Windows. If you still have the problem and it's not a problem with an update from Valorant itself then the problem is likely Windows or a program you recently installed Does it happen with other games?
  2. Basically the NZXT fan controller modifies the signal to adjust fan speed, but the LED are receiving the same signal, so they dim. Nothing you can do except removing the LED to avoid a potential eye sore or detach the LED legs from the wires/pcb inside and solder them to another header so they have 12V always
  3. Use CrystalDiskInfo and see what it says
  4. SATA is sensible so a millisecond of disconnection can cause a Windows PC to receive errors in many ways, same as USB cables that seems perfectly fine but if you wiggle them around they disconnect and reconnect as they loose and regain connection. But if the cable has been there and not touched that should not be the issue. Except if some corrosion is present, that can cause intermittent connessions. Once I had corrosion on my PCI Express (2 years after inserting and not removing), thought the GPU was dead and instead cleaning did the job How many hours have the HDD has (usually
  5. Also, in this photo the right rear speakers is missing or just not yet connected? And how did you use this system on a PC?
  6. I think you need an amplifier that has input for a 5.1 system and hdmi or digital optical out
  7. May be better to wait other releases, maybe with future BIOS update the power target/limit will be higher on 3rd party cards and (for example) Asus could push it only on the higher end models or something like that I have only watched GamersNexus reviews/live streaming and they are pretty much the same
  8. Before you do that, try to clean the PCI Express with some contact cleaner, my PC with a GTX770 stopped outputting video but the PC booted (I could see the Desktop with TeamViewer) and there was corrosion on the motherboard pins, cleaning fixed it for me
  9. When a GPU dies they sometimes do that (output with a black screen) but given the PC age the motherboard might be dead, do you se any bulging capacitors? Could you try to get your hands on a beep speaker? If you already unplugged and plugged everything then it would really help to know what the PC thinks the problem is
  10. It was probably installed as part of another app. Check the apps installed in your computer to be sure there are not others like this
  11. Can you try to click it? Might be a quick access something from some app you have
  12. You could buy a new PSU locally and get refunded in case it's not the problem or from something like Amazon where you can know they are going to let it get back with no problems
  13. The connectors inside might be corroted. I don't think you can see if the connection has gone bad on the inside individual cables This is how the individuals cable are inserted into the plastic housing of the PCI Power/ATX I use this connector type on some wires not to having to solder them and sometimes they go bad, I usually have to re-do them when they overheat or get pulled too much at the wrong angle. It could be that the voltage drop is too much. In very simple terms voltage drop is a N. of Volts you loose in between the cable. In your case it might
  14. You could buy the component ranging from most likely to be broken. Buy a PSU that in case it's not the problem you can send back to the vendor. If it's not we'll see what you can do next
  15. Also does the power goes out for all the PC or freezes or something? It could be a problem of bad power PSU cable, try another cable/outlet(/extension cable if you are using one)