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iCypticx

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About iCypticx

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    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600X
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B450 Pro Steel Legend
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix 16GB 2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200
  • GPU
    Asus Gtx 1660S (Factory OC)
  • Case
    Phanteks Eclipse P300A
  • Storage
    Crucial P1 1TB SSD
  • PSU
    Phanteks AMP Series 550W 80PLUS Gold
  • Display(s)
    Dell D2719HGF 27" 144hz 2ms
  • Cooling
    Air Cooling (Stock Cooler and Case Fans)
  • Keyboard
    Red Dragon K552-M
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402
  • Sound
    Steelseries Arctis 5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. just had him touch it and *feel* for the warmth. didnt hear him scream in pain so i guess its alright. when im setting up his ssd soon i might bring a thermapen
  2. if XMP is enabled on your BIOS but you cant boot, your RAM probably cannot handle that frequency/voltage. What are your specs? If this is the case return your kit and get something better.
  3. will try now. OCCT does show similar readings though
  4. specs are FX 6300 RX 560 + 760GM HDV. from a cyberpower prebuilt so we can guess psu isnt great either
  5. same reading across OCCT, no BIOS tweaks just stock. computer is more than 3-4 years old. keep in mind this is IDLE. changing voltage in BIOS to 1.100 from 1.2750V shows motherboard at similar temperatures.
  6. Just got my motherboard back from RMA (failed BIOS update) and got shipped with rev 4.1 Upon receiving motherboard back I tried setting an OC of 1.3875v on LLC auto + 4.1ghz. Boot was successful, fire up some OCCT AVX2 Small and waited for a bit. HWinfo reported Thermal throttling on HCT and PROCHOT EXT. While OCCT displayed no errors. Clock speeds did fall to 550mhz tho. At first I was confused because CPU temp was sub 80c (around 74c) and OCCT still showed no errors. Until a few minutes later.. I'm also concerned about running BIOS ver4.10 on 2600X when Asrock says:
  7. yea lol honestly just doing the scuffed method
  8. I did a silly little thing and lost the washers for my AIO....and to fix this mounting pressure problem I've got a real crap idea.. I introduce you guys to the famous O-RINGS sometimes my genius is frightening
  9. nope just check with two of the pc repair shops, they don’t do bios reprogramming or resoldering. might just order a new motherboard like a b550 aorus elite and just try to diy this with a CH341A, if asrock declines my RMA
  10. well i certainly don’t have a soldering station at home, but about that arduino/raspberry pi flashrom that was mentioned here would i just need some research on how to use these tools for my case and i should be fine right? i did some googling and found this video of a guy doing a bios flash via raspberry pi and using the wires onto a SPI header from his mobo. would that work for my case? youtube video i was referring to
  11. yea i’m partially to blame, but hey how was i supposed to know my mom would decide to cut the power to my room with the circuit breaker hah
  12. > surprised she didn’t break something sooner honestly me too, these circuit breakers power offs really took a toll on my P1’s drive health and knowing that my brothers systems also went through that…yikes. i’m partially to blame, i should have told her i was doing something important. i’ll look into the arduino solution. also will contact asrock or amazon to see what they can do. thank you
  13. cmos reset didn’t do anything, not like i expected that to work anyways. going to use brothers a320 mobo to see if cpu is still functional, wish me luck.
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