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  1. So currently, slots 2+4 are set to desired colour (just static yellow) and the slots 1+3 are running the default rainbow. I cant make a pattern or anything, as my system is black and yellow, so it just looks off. I tried it a while ago, but need to try a complete uninstall. I will keep posted with results of this
  2. So I'm having an issue with my Aorus Master (rev 1.0). When I orignally got the board, I was running 2x8gb sticks of Crucial Ballistix RGB. Now, I have upgrade to 4x8gb sticks, and they are working perfectly. However, RGB fusion seems to only be detecting the original 2 sticks. It will only control the original 2, no matter what light settings I put them in. I've tried moving the sticks around, and it still sticks with the original sticks, moving to whatever slots they move to. Has anyone else has this issue and know how to fix it?
  3. Title is pretty self explanatory. I'm thinking about watercooling my system in a few months. Specs are at bottom of post for those interested. My question is, I'm looking at going for an EK monoblock, as I want to potentially overclock my system, but I also noticed EK do a chipset block for my board (X570). Does anyone have any notice one what difference this makes? Was hoping to find some info about how well it helps to cool it, and how easy it is to install with a gpu and cpu block installed also. I know I wont get any tangible performance increase, I'd more be doing it for temps and noise.
  4. Hey guys, so long story short, we’re having some issues with my little sister using her phones for things she isn’t meant to. So my parents have asked me install something on it that will allow them to see what she is doing. She’s on a Android (OS version unknown currently). We have put one on in the past but she was able to remove it, so I need a way of making it so she can’t. Any advise is very much appreciated.
  5. Hey y’all, so I’ve started to build my new system, and only have 2 major parts to get; The graphics card and monitor. Pretty sure I will be getting an RTX 3080 when it is out, so looking for a new monitor, though I am stuck on what would be more beneficial. The things I’m looking for in a monitor are as follows ; Must be colour accurate (as I do photography as a side job) high resolution - 1440p and above G-Sync would be a bonus? High refresh rate would be a bonus Currently my budget stands at about £500, but is flexible if required. I’m currently looking
  6. Hey guys, I'm looking for alternative for StoreMI as they discontinued it. I want to use a SATA SSD as a large cache for my hard drive, so am looking for an alternative solution for this. Thanks in advance.
  7. There are a few programs that really appreciate hardware acceleration (we have professional computer running Xeons and Quaddros but access is limited, and even more so with COVID), and I am an avid gamer, and am intending on getting a 144HZ 1440p panel.
  8. Hey guys, Just built my new system with my 3600, but at idle, the CPU is running at 55-60 degrees at idle. I'm using the stock cooler with the pre-applied thermal paste swapped with Artic Silver MX-4, but that didn't fix the issue. I'm looking at upgrading to a water cooler to fix the issue, but want to know if this is normal behaviour for the R5 3600. I've even tried undervolting it to no avail. If anyone knows of any other solutions, please let me know. The rest of the system is as follows: R5 3600 @ stock Asus B550-f Wifi Mobo 16gb DDR4 CL16 3600mHz ru
  9. some of us can't afford that much unfortunately. Just gong to wait for Ampere.
  10. Just looked and youre right. Damn, that ruins that plan for now. Apparently a new version will be coming out soon, but no idea when
  11. Ah, I wasn't aware of this, however my setup would only have storeMI set up on the drive containing data, which I intend to use the spare 1tb HDD to backup important files, so at most, I would likely lose my games library, but as long as my other files are safe, then that doesn't bother me too much, though it would be something to look into before setting up. Thanks for the warning.
  12. Hey y'all, so I have ordered all my new PC parts, which consist of a Ryzen 5 3600, Asus Strix B550-F (Wifi), 16GB 3600mHz CL16, and a 750W EVGA PSU. I'm having to wait until next month to order my 2080 Super, though with the impending doom of the Ampere launch, I am beginning to wonder if I am better running my current GTX 1060 a couple more months and waiting for the Ampere launch. The other side of this, Is that I am starting university in September studying Cyber Security, and wanting a powerful PC for the course, so realistically needing the PC build prior to October when I start the
  13. Hey y'all, about to build my new Ryzen 3600 build, and was wondering the best way to set up StoreMI on the system. Below are the drives I will have in my system 1TB NVMe M.2 (Windows Partition) 120GB Sata SSD (Current Windows Drive) 3TB HDD (Games and General Storage) 1TB HDD (Transfer from old system. Potential Backup drive) I have a couple thoughts on how to set the computer up, so I want to know from people who have used StoreMI which option would be better. Option 1 : Have my 1TB SSD set to dual boot Windows and Linux (only a 40GB partition)
  14. Alright I'll look into it, thanks
  15. So would I be better of doing like a 50gb partition from my NVMe or my spare SATA drive to speed it up? And what software would I be best of using? (on a Ryzen 3600 on B550)