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About AG_Germany

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  • Birthday October 3

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  • CPU
    Intel i5-4570 Quad Core @ 3.20 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus H81-EM2
  • RAM
    Off-brand 16GB DDR3 1666Mhz
  • GPU
    MSI Radeon RX 560 AERO ITX
  • Case
    NZXT Phantom 410
  • Storage
    SeaGate 1TB HDD
    SanDisk SSD Plus 120GB
  • PSU
    bequiet! Pure Power 530W Semi Modular
  • Display(s)
    acer K242HQL + Philips 32" TV
  • Cooling
    LC-Power LC-CC-120-RGB
  • Keyboard
    Medion K28
  • Mouse
    Trust GXT 111
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home (x64)
  • Laptop
    Lenovo Thinkpad T430s + MacBook Pro 2016 + iPad 6
  1. Update: Nope. Still freezing randomly.
  2. I think that was the problem! I had set it to "High Performance" in the BIOS, but not in Windows! I'll update you in a few hours and see if that was the problem!
  3. In the Sounds settings, they are all the new Windows 10 Sounds, but I'm hearing Windows 7 sounds. I'll try to delete the Windows 7 partition for now and see if that fixes anything.
  4. Uhm, just a quick question: Your bio says you have an i5-9500. Why would you want to upgrade to a WAY older CPU?
  5. I hear sounds like: Startup sound when you double-click a folder in the file explorer Shutdown sound Error sounds I'm currently trying removing that partition.
  6. Hi krookzy, I would just use a fan hub. You can still adjust the speed of the fans and the RGB, but you can't change the RPM of the fans / RGB individually. Only all fans or none. The CPU Cooler won't be affected, because it has it's own connector. You should find a Fan Controller which supports RGB, else that won't work. Hannes
  7. I should add that I tried the following things: Boot from HDD Reset BIOS CMOS-Battery removal and installation after a few mintues No success
  8. SOLVED: Ok, this is a stupid solution, but I just installed Windows 10 and a few programs on the SSD and left the HDD unchanged. I also tried a Macrium Reflect on a different PC, didn't work at all: It just rebooted after 1-2 minutes, and then I would have to start again.
  9. Hello community! I recently got a new case, motherboard, cpu cooler and SSD. I put everything together and noticed something: The PC freezes randomly (usually after 1-2h of use). I already opened Core Temp and Task Manager to see if a part is dying, but no. Everything is running normally. I suspect it has something to do either with the SSD (still old Windows 7 partition on it, also I hear Windows 7 sounds although I'm on windows 10) or the motherboard (never had any problems with the old one). Please tell me if you have an idea for a fix. Spe
  10. Hello everyone! I just bought a new SSD (I've used a HDD before that) and I want to know if there's a feature / program, which can transfer everything including Windows to the new drive. Thanks in advance, Hannes from Germany