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  1. Ok thanks, so i'm gonna start with a new xlr - 3,5mm cable then. if that doesn't work i'll swap the 48v phantom power with a low budget preamp i guess
  2. so why is the static sound still there when the mic isn't plugged in?
  3. So i have a cheap Neewer NW-700 , a basic 48v phantom power supply and the computer input is standard 3.5mm. I don't expect anything crazy in terms of quality but first of all i have to turn the microphone boost to maximum so i am even barely audible without eating the mic ( probably like a foot(30cm) distance ) and then it sounds like a siberian snow storm or something. It sounds the almost the same when ONLY the XLR-3.5mm cable is plugged in ... is that to be expected with the boost to max or might the cable be bad? should i get a preamp or a new cable ?
  4. my only guess would be a faulty controller IMAGE i've tried bridging the reset pins in case the reset button didn't work , and i also tried different S-ATA cables... both to no avail. So it has to be the controller right? Cheers!
  5. i assume you already ran memtest to check all 4 DIMMs ? then i would start with this
  6. I think the controller might be faulty IMAGE i've tried bridging the reset pins in case the reset button didn't work , and i also tried different S-ATA cables... both to no avail. So it has to be the controller?
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  8. if your old CPU is AM4 i would install that and update the mb regularly , i'm using the B450M-A with the 5600x and i updated it using my old ryzen first.
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  10. yes it works with A2 / B2 , so if i decide to get another 2 3200 DIMMs , will they run at different speeds ?
  11. i don't really see the why but i'll look it up , thanks
  12. ok thanks, do you have any source why, i'd like to read up on it
  13. since it doesn't boot at all with D.C.O.P i did that already multiple times ,the problem isn't that my computer isn't booting , but rather that its not booting with dcop
  14. 5600x - i included everything in my original post including CPU-Z screenshots and as i said , with the ryzen 1700 my ram was working fine OCed @3200MHZ with the same profile
  15. So i got a new CPU and my D.C.O.P profile is not working anymore. It worked with my old 1st gen Ryzen. With DCOP the system doesn't boot. So right now my RAM is running with 2133MHZ System BIOS overview D.C.O.P Profile what should i do?
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