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Ωmegα

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  1. I have an H510 Elite case with a pre-installed LED strip. I also bought the NZXT Hue 2 and used the NZXT cable breakout (extension) to connect it with the LED Strip. The LED strip works perfectly fine and it's being detected by the CAM software (all 10 LEDs), but the Hue 2 doesn't turn on nor is being detected by the CAM software. I am not sure if the NZXT Hue 2 is defect or I messed up the cabling. Any ideas?
  2. I am trying to find which options I should adjust. This is what I have found: SMART Self Test - Enabled or Disabled? Boot Logo Display - Auto or Disabled? POST Delay Time - Change to 0 seconds? Wait for 'F1' If Error - Enabled or Disabled? Other settings?
  3. Quick, and maybe dumb, question. Is there a certain procedure for matching the FCLK to my RAM speed, or do I just go to BIOS and manually change FCLK to 1800 (cause my ram IS 3600) ? Also, should I first turn DOCP on, restart the PC, re-enter BIOS and then adjust FCLK or both at the same time? Are there any other changes I should do in BIOS?
  4. Came back to update. The BIOS Flashback fixed it. I turned it on, then went into BIOS, I exited BIOS, then a message about Safe BIOS Mode or something like that came up and I had to click F1 to Enter BIOS. I then put my USB in restarted the PC, went back to BIOS to check if it appears as a Boot Device, restarted the PC again...and now I am installing Windows.
  5. Yesterday before I get involved with the cable management I did a post test. The PC turned on and then I turned it off. I turned it on again and went into BIOS. The I exited without Saving and the PC restarted, but it got stuck in a black screen. I thought it was normal cause I didn't have windows installed yet. Today I finished with the cable management and I turned the PC on again. I went into BIOS and check whatever options there are while monitoring the CPU temperature at the same time. The temperature never went above 42 Celsius.
  6. I have a push/pull configuration on my NZXT X63 AIO. 2x Aer2 RGB Fans and 2x normal Fans. Both are for now connected onto the RGB & Fan Controller that comes with the NZXT H510 Elite. Can I connect a splitter onto CPU_FAN and connect the 2x Aer2 RGB Fans, and connect another splitter onto CPU_OPT and connect the 2x normal Fans?
  7. Basically what the title says. I am wondering how I can daisy-chain these two accessories. The last cable goes into the RGB & Fan Controller that comes with the case. So it should go like this: LED Underglow -> LED Strip -> RGB & Fan Controller Or like this: LED Strip -> LED Underglow -> RGB & Fan Controller This is the only free cable that comes out of the LED Strip of the case. I also have other loose cables from the Aer2 RGB Fans and from a secondary RGB & Fan Controller I purchased.
  8. I have been trying to find a solution for about 4 hours. I am slowly going insane. Alright. This is what I have: - NZXT H510 Elite with 1x RGB LED Strip - 4x NZXT Aer2 RGB Fans - 2x NZXT normal Fans (in a push/pull configuration with 2x of the Aer2 RGB Fans) - 2x NZXT Underglow LED Strips - NZXT Kraken X63 The case has an RGB & Fan Controller (Smart Device v2) with 3x Fan Ports and 2x LED Ports. This is how I daisy-chained the 4x RGB Fans (IN/OUT are RGB Ports on the fans by the way): Smart Device v2 1/2 LED Port -&g
  9. I have been trying to find a solution for about 4 hours. I am slowly going insane. Alright. This is what I have: - NZXT H510 Elite with 1x RGB LED Stripe - 4x NZXT Aer2 RGB Fans - 2x NZXT normal Fans (in a push/pull configuration with 2x of the Aer2 RGB Fans) - 2x NZXT Underglow LED Stripes - NZXT Kraken X63 The case has an RGB & Fan Controller (Smart Device v2) with 3x Fan Ports and 2x LED Ports. This is how I daisy-chained the 4x RGB Fans (IN/OUT are RGB Ports on the fans by the way): Smart Device v2 1/2 LED Port -
  10. I completely forgot about the Fan headers on the motherboard. Maybe I can connect 2x RGB Fans onto the motherboard? But then, will I be able to control them through the CAM Software?
  11. I have been trying to find a solution for about 4 hours. I am slowly going insane. Alright. This is what I have: - NZXT H510 Elite with 1x RGB LED Stripe - 4x NZXT Aer2 RGB Fans - 2x NZXT normal Fans (in a push/pull configuration with 2x of the Aer2 RGB Fans) - 2x NZXT Underglow LED Stripes - NZXT Kraken X63 The case has an RGB & Fan Controller (Smart Device v2) with 3x Fan Ports and 2x LED Ports. This is how I daisy-chained the 4x RGB Fans (IN/OUT are RGB Ports on the fans by the way): Smart Device v2 1/2 LED Port -
  12. What the difference between PBO and manual overclock? How many overclocks are there? On my current system with an Intel I only did a manual overclock by increasing multiplier and voltage...and that was it.
  13. To keep it short: My system will have: 5800X RTX 3070 32GB RAM 3600 MHz 16-19-19-39 Games will be installed on NVMe SSD (not where the OS is) Can I play the following games at 1440p 144+ Hz on Ultra Settings without overclocking anything? Games: CB77 NFS (Last 3 games) Assassin's Creed (Last 3 games) Far Cry Sekiro ...and new games for at least 2 years.
  14. What about SSD configuration? What about NVMe configuration? I remember when I put an NVMe SSD into my old PC, I had to change a few settings in BIOS because it could not be detected.
  15. This is actually nice idea! Any examples or guide? Could you please elaborate on that one? Is this only for AMD CPUs or Intel's also?
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