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RockiNeedsTechTipa

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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to emosun in Bent PSU pin   
    yeah just bend it back carefully , make sure it's unplugged
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Bearpaddocks in PC crashed out of nowhere (without a BSOD)   
    Did you do the same with your M.2?
    With it not crashing while doing Cinebench: once it loads all the pieces it wants, it barely touches your drives. But just having the OS running is bouncing around all over the places of your drives. Just the same as playing a game.
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to FakeKGB in PC crashed out of nowhere (without a BSOD)   
    Do you have any overclocks applied?
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Applefreak in Found some kind of moisture on my AMD Wraith Prism cooler   
    At some point the fan will make a noise, before that happens it is really hard to tell. I would not waste time sending the cooler in for replacement. You can get aftermarket coolers for very little money that will actually perform better. 
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Applefreak in Found some kind of moisture on my AMD Wraith Prism cooler   
    Could be oil from one of fans. It would indicate a worn out bearing or a broken seal, both reasons to replace the cooler. Spinning the fan counter clockwise or by hand does not damage it. You can spin the motor too fast with a strong vacuum but usually those fans can spin up to 3 or even 4000 rpms, so I would not worry about it. What works best in my experience is to use one of those soft fluffy dust wipers. 
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to The_Vaccine in PC crashed/rebooted when playing Cyberpunk 2077 (probably PC overheating?)   
    while running cinebench again, check your cpu/gpu temps. 
    run windows memory diagnostics and see if that is a problem.
    reinstall/update nvidia drivers.
    update windows
     
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to LogicalDrm in PC crashed/rebooted when playing Cyberpunk 2077 (probably PC overheating?)   
    -> Moved to Troubleshooting
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    Straight reboot could be PSU issue too. Try with some stress test to see if it's temp issue.
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to InfernalClaw in PC crashed/rebooted when playing Cyberpunk 2077 (probably PC overheating?)   
    dude im literally running a 2080 super and my crashed too but no electrical sound or anything just insta crashed  i think its a game problem also my temps were great
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Maury Sells Wigs in PC crashed/rebooted when playing Cyberpunk 2077 (probably PC overheating?)   
    I've watched and/or read 7 or 8 reviews of Cyberpunk and all mention the myriad bugs, crashes, freezes etc...so I wouldn't worry too much about any fundamental issues. 
     
    It's a demanding game, isn't it - perhaps (one of?) THE most demanding game(s) ever made - so it might well be putting an unexpected strain on your components and driving the temps up.
     
    SkillUp's review was done on a 3090 with a top end CPU and he still had tons of game breaking bugs and crashes, and was battling to keep things ticking over at 70+ fps in all but the most barren and uncluttered environments. 
     
    It's just a real beast to run full beans. 
     
    Still, hopefully, I'm sure it'll run much better once the numerous updates are rolled out in the coming weeks and months.
     
    Good luck, and enjoy. 
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa got a reaction from Rocketdog2112 in PC turning itself on   
    No it isn't. My motherboard came with 2,5Gb Ethernet. It also comes with WI-FI, but the setting was already turned of for it.
     
    Also I'm not to sure if the BIOS power managment settings are set to S1 or S3, I'll probably go check that out.

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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Rocketdog2112 in PC turning itself on   
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to President Dawson Wehage in PC turning itself on   
    Is you're wake on lan turned on in you're bios?
     
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa got a reaction from ZonalThrone in Spark when removing a RAM stick, but the PC works fine (sorta)   
    Hello. So about 4 weeks ago, I have build my very first PC. It went perfectly, all be it a bit slow. But when it booted up to BIOS I noticed that one of the RAM sticks wasn't properly installed. So I turned off my PC and my PSU and tried to reinstall the memory stick. And then a spark appeared as soon as it was removed. Scared as crap I put the RAM stick back on my PC, turned it on and hoped that it will boot up again to BIOS. And it did.
     
    Now I don't really have any problems with my build. The only things are that I'm running my RAM at 3466 MHz instad of 3600, because I could only go up to 1733 MHz on the infinity fabric on my CPU, but the RAM can run at 3600MHz with that infinity fabric speed. Also right now my PC is booting itself on randomly. This was happening for less than a week and I'm now trying to fix it (I'll let you guys know if I manage to fix it).
     
    But aside those things my PC works fine and the motherboard doesn't have any marks from the spark, which was between the 2 RAM sticks. But I'm still a bit curious and concerned about my PC, since it's my first build.
     
    Hope to hear it from you guys!
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to drexTech in PC turning itself on   
    Had this problem happen to me. Check power management settings in device manager. Also make sure you dont have any videos playing in the background via browser or VLC player.
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Mark Kaine in PC turning itself on   
    Do this 
    Search for Command Prompt in the Start menu.
    Right-click and press “Run as administrator”.
    Run the following command: powercfg -lastwake.
     
    Tell us what it says. 
     
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa got a reaction from Senzelian in PC turning itself on   
    It could be that the 24-pin connector got loose since I tried to cable manage my PC a day before. I'll try to fix that if I can.
     
    EDIT: Just quickly checked the connector from the top of my PC (my PC case has a removable dust filter) and I can see that the connector isn't completely plugged in. There is about a mm to 2mm space between the motherboard's connector and the cable.
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Rocketdog2112 in PC turning itself on   
    Check your Network Adapters in the Device Manager under the Power Management setting for a box checked "Allow this device to wake the computer". Try unchecking it to see if that resolves your issue.
    I also had an issue at one time where if I opened my laptop, my desktop would wake from sleep. I had to actually get my internet provider involved in that one as it turned out to be a router setting.
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to President Dawson Wehage in PC turning itself on   
    It meants to boot the computer remotely from another device, but sometimes a packet can get through and start you're computer, it's pretty common.
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to Senzelian in PC turning itself on   
    The first thing I'd check is your power button and the cable by simply disconnecting that.
    It might be that theres a loose contact that's shorting from time to time, which would turn the PC on. If the issue persists after you disconnected that, then you know that this can't be the issue.
     
    It could also be caused by the PSU or the PSU cables, that are also bridging contacts on their own, because of a loose contact.
    I'd reconnect the 24-pin cable and if you got a spare PSU, change that out and see if the issue goes away.
     
    Software issues seem rather unlikely and I also don't think it's caused by Wake on LAN, because that would usually require configuring bios settings to work properly, but check for it nontheless. (Wake on LAN is a setting which you can use to turn on devices by sending a request over the network)
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa got a reaction from GhostRoadieBL in My PC reboots when setting FLCK to 1800MHx   
    I already ran membench86 a couple of times. The last time I ran it was with the memory frequency set to 3466MHz and it had no errors. But I'll also try memcheck just in case.
    Well that's great if the spark is nothing to worry about. It doesn't appear again, which is great and my PC runs perfectly. But I'll write to you guys again if something happens. Thank you.
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    RockiNeedsTechTipa reacted to GhostRoadieBL in My PC reboots when setting FLCK to 1800MHx   
    If the pc runs fine at 3466mhz you probably have no problems with the memory controller, most likely it is just not a great one which is causing the limited top end speed. 
    The spark would have been an issue if the pc no longer posted or is crashing at every speed. 
    You can always run memcheck
    https://www.windowscentral.com/how-check-your-pc-memory-problems-windows-10
    It's built into windows 10 and will let you know if something is wrong 
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