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  1. Its not the generation that matters, its the PCIe lane allocation. If you have intergrated graphics, use that, then remove your GPU. Your GPU is likely to be taking up most of the PCIe lanes, not leaving enough for the two NVMe drives. Refer to the "best solution" in this link. It explains it better. https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/pci-e-lanes-issue-ryzen-5-3600-msi-b450m-pro-vdh.3548278/
  2. I was thinking it could be PCIe Lane allocation to your processor. Read this article, they explain it better. https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/amd-ryzen-5-5600x-review,3.html
  3. could it be inconsistent power from the PSU? possibly faulty PSU?
  4. I dont know which power ports supply the M.2 slots on your motherboard, but make sure you got all of them in correctly. Reseat your (20+4) pin connector, CPU (4+4) pin connector and the 8 pin PCIe connectors. Seems like a possible loose cable. But I have no other ideas what this issue could be. Check Event Logs and Device Manager events to see if that drive has any errors while functioning, this might give further insight on what might be wrong. SMART Data would be great to check too. Corsair toolkit link below. https://www.corsair.com/us/en/blog/the-corsair-ssd-toolbox
  5. Is your Bluetooth dongle integrated into the wifi card, if you have one? Most M.2 wifi cards have bluetooth onboard. But others are integrated into the motherboard. Try reinstalling the entire wifi card device in device manager and see if that gives better results. Or remove the device physically from your system and put it back in.
  6. Agreed! If you happen to actually find a A-to-A USB cable, don't plug it in! Some manufacturers use them for their devices, but they design them to handle it. A vast majority of devices CAN NOT handle a double male USB to be attached as it will damage one or both systems.
  7. None of those will damage your equipment, but some may be incompatible. Linear PCM is the default and will work best for gaming. The other options may have slightly greater fidelity (quality), but only some devices support it. Feel free to switch between them to see if you can hear a difference. If it doesn't work, just simply change it back.
  8. How many audio ports do you have on your system? Some computers have 6 aux jacks for a bunch of different audio configurations. Check the image below and make sure you are using the green jack.
  9. A 3.5mm jack comes in two basic configurations: TRS (Tip-ring-sleeve) [MONO / 1 channel] TRRS (Tip-ring-ring-sleeve) [STEREO / 2 channels]. You would have to use 3 x 3.5mm TRRS cables to achieve this, along with some clever mixing hardware. Both of these cables can carry 5.1 channel audio, but it will be mixed into either mono or stereo. So all speakers will play the same thing. Would a network based solution be applicable? Since they are both computers, use software to stream the audio? or you could get a USB - 5.1 Channel DAC.
  10. Some laptops have different GPU's as desktops, even if it says its a 1660ti, it might be a mobile variant for a laptop, which may have power restrictions / different factory settings. You might have to look at your systems specs / stats and compare them to the Desktop 1660ti to see if they are similar. This happened with my Acer Predator 17X (i7-7820HK - GTX1080), which specifically mentioned it being a desktop GPU, not a mobile one. Check out the screenshot below.
  11. Place both Galaxy Buds in the case and leave case open. Open Galaxy Wearable and pair to them. Try to update as well. But keep them in the case during this process.
  12. Try enabling Gsync or Vsync. My system did that with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and when I enabled vsync, i gained 20ish fps. I also looked for framerate caps in my game settings and Nvidia Control Panel.
  13. In Device Manager, Click "Action"--> "Scan for hardware changes". This will look for connected devices without a driver. It will then reinstall them.