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About HanZie82

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  • Location
    the Netherlands
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Computers, internet and RC.
  • Biography
    Building and fixxing computers for over 30 years.
    But usualy very annoyed by the stupidity of humanity.
  • Occupation
    Computer repair friend.


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700X @ 4Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Auros X470 Ultra Gaming
  • RAM
    G.Skill Aegis 32GB (4x 8GB sticks) 16-23-23-53@3200Mhz
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6G
  • Case
    Antec 900 (Still awesome!)
  • Storage
    Samsung 970Evo Plus (250GB) + Crucial MX500 (1TB) + Seagate Barracuda (2TB) + Seagate Expansion (external crap thing) (4TB)
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x (2018)
  • Display(s)
    Main: Iiyama Prolite PLX2483H - Left: Iiyama PLT2453MTS - right: Iiyama PLE1900
  • Cooling
    Scythe Ninja 5 (with liquid metal)
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G15 v1
  • Mouse
    Logitech G903 + Logitech Performance MX
  • Sound
    Built in audio anologue connected to Creative Z-5500 5.1 speakerset.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Thanks i'll take a quick look. But logic dictates what @AnirbanG007said is the way to go. Edit: Nothing mentioned in Manual, both slots claim the full 32Gbit/s. Both can boot to NVME, but i do think as @AnirbanG007 said the top one is direct to CPU. I would use that one. (Only thing it mentions about the M2 slots is the M2_2 slot shares a SATA connection with SATA3 as in using a SATA M2 in slot M2_2 (bottom one) will disable SATA3 connection)
  2. But dont you dare open yet another topic about the same thing!!!!!!!! If you just put down in this topic what you want from a a keyboard you might get a usefull answer. But if its clear like now you're not putting to much effort into it, nobody will. (And you could always DM a mod to ask for a clean up of this thread. )
  3. Also the manual will certainly say which slot to occupy first. I dont know what Asrock model that motherboard is else i wouldve checked.
  4. Where can i vote against this, so they stop wasting money on yet another form of money. Why add to what we already have and is working fine. There's other options to make life easier. This aint it...
  5. This is not where status updates are posted. Indeed, Trustee is someone you trust.
  6. This? What do you want in a gaming keyboard is the more important question!
  7. When updating the BIOS it cannot controll the FAN speeds. So it reverts back to a safe default, which is fullspeed. (altho in reality its more like 85-90%)
  8. If you turn it off, come back hours later and boot directly into BIOS (skipping Windows) does it still have incorrect time? If yes it might be a system error rather then windows... (im guessing you also 'reverted to optimized defaults' for the BIOS?)
  9. Run a pipe where you run the cables in, 1 ethernet (I would advice Cat6 since almost same prices as5E and more future proof). Then also the power cable in there, make sure its rated also for length. Since for longer runs that matters a lot! And then also a seperate ground wire in the pipe, just in case of something does strike it has an easy path so it 'skips' your important cables.
  10. Maybe this will shed some light on what it is and how it works. I checked in the manual but only 1 mention of Q-led and nothing else. Bit weak of Asus if you ask me.
  11. Looks like AMD cpu socket. Ive seen plenty of AM3 sockets with this mounting method. But if it worked theres no problem, but after 3 years you will need new thermal paste. And if you can try and mount it correctly, but i doubt if you would notice the difference in temps.
  12. Make sure your extender works from wifi TO ethernet. Lots of them block that for some reason and only work from ethernet to wifi. (aka when you connect extender with cable it will extend. but if you extend trough wifi itself cable will do nothing. i would ask the manufacterer)
  13. Drill it out with smaller bit, then use plier to wiggle the rest out. Clean it up, never use the hole for a screw again. Fasten it all leaving the worked on hole open. Then hope really hard it still boots. Keep it in mind when using. Should still be ok to work. Unless like you said theres some goop somewhere it doesnt belong.