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  1. Well it says they won the "Design Award 2016" so i guess they are 4 years old rip i didnt think they are that old...
  2. Mine does not have RGB as i dont like it overly so i think mine are older then the RGB variant but let me check the date on the box...
  3. To my knowledge lavalier mics are very expensive if you want reasonable audio i would just go with a shotgun mic like the ones streamers usually use as they get mass produced and have a decent quality and good pricing. you can just move it out of the picture when recording...
  4. You always use the standoff screws between the case and the motherboard...
  5. I am using a Trident Z white/black i think they came out at the same time so i think it should work btw if you buy the same kit like a 2x8 from the same supplier at the same time you have good chances to get the same chips on them so you could just buy 2 2x8GB RAM kits
  6. I would know how to fix it in windows but i am sorry ive never owned a macbook so i cant help you more...
  7. Do you mean the standoff screws between the case and the mobo?
  8. Did you try restarting your Router? And you switch if you have one in between...
  9. To my knowledge as long as your RAM is not too old (It is usually not even worth putting in a new pc by that point) it should work fine. There is more fluctuation with different Manufacturers for the same RAM Stick like with my problem. But as long as you have a kit you bought at the same time per channel you shouldnt run into anything major. I think you would run into more issues upgrading RAM to a faster variant on an older Mainboard but aigain that mainboard would usually have to be over 2 generations old. I am no expert on this so i stand corrected if someone else has more knowledg
  10. Check your graphics card settings. I remember having that problem years ago on an old Radeon card but i cant remember what fixed it for me...
  11. I would go for Alternate as they also have a UK shop but i would contact their customer service to make sure everything works. BTW: https://www.alternate.co.uk/G-Skill/Trident-Z-RGB-F4-4000C15Q-32GTZR-memory-module-32-GB-4-x-8-GB-DDR4-4000-MHz-RAM/html/product/1646717?event=search I found this kit on their UK website its 369 Pounds tho
  12. Ok ive googled a bit and found this thread https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/asus-6-pin-eatx-12v-socket.2845428/ It seems like this power connector is indeed a 6 pin ATX connector for supporting additional power to the PCIe Express slot. However it is only needed when you have a really beefy graphics card installed. Here is the original explanation from ASUS: https://www.asus.com/support/faq/1003410
  13. I would always get a new PSU as it is the heart of your system if its faulty it can ruin your whole pc...
  14. Btw idk if you know the website but i use skinflint.co.uk for compairing prices. You could check if some retailer from germany sells to the uk...
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