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Shobhit Bhardwaj

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  1. Here is the current situation. I connected Apple's USB-c to lightning cable to the mobo and my wife's iphone and I was able to access the data. usb-c to usb-c cable from oneplus is only doing charging through the PC. however, if I use same cable and connect with my office laptop's usb-c port, I can access data of my phone. So cable is capable of data transfer, Mobo's usb-c port also works with hubs and iphone, then why the hell a usb-c to usb-c connection from Mobo is not working?
  2. Even with hub usb-c to usb-c does not work. Only usb-a to usb-c. and this usb-c cable came with my phone, so I would expect it to be capable of data transfer.
  3. I recently finished building my PC using ASUS TUF Gaming z590 Plus Wifi + i7-11700k. MoBo comes with a 3.2 Type-C port in the back. Here is the issue which I am struggling with right now. When I connect my Oneplus 8t to Type-C port using a usb-c to usb-c cable. My phone only charge and Windows does not recognize the device for Data transfer. When I connect a USB-C hub and then connect my phone using a usb-a (in hub) to usb-c (in phone) cable, then data transfer also works. So clearly, type-c port on the MoBo is working and I also have all the drivers. Then why
  4. I don't think so, it's thunderbolt 3 usb-c. Either there is a bottleneck on laptop itself which is causing both HDMI and thunderbolt usb-c to not get 144Hz at 3440*1440 monitor.
  5. And I am getting complete 144Hz at 1440P via direct HDMI from laptop to Monitor A (27Inch Model) Whereas Monitor B is maxing out at 100Hz at 1440p.
  6. But Dock have DP 1.4 which can support 1440p at 144Hz. No? Also, when directly connected through HDMI 2.0, why is it maxing out at 100Hz? As per my understanding, HDMI 2.0 have bandwidth till 144Hz. For 165Hz we need HDMI 2.1.
  7. My laptop is connected to a Dell WD19TB via USB-C. I have a AOC CQ27G2(lets call it monitor A) which is connected via Display Port and perfectly works at 144Hz at 1440p. Now I recently bought a new AOC CU34G2X(lets call it monitor B) which also supports 144Hz at 1440p. But when connected to same dock with same Display Port Cable, I am only getting 120Hz at 3440*1440 resolution. If I bring it down to 2560*1080 then I can switch it to 144Hz. When I connect HDMI cable directly to my laptop I get 100hz at 3440*1440. I am confused that while using same dock and same DP ca
  8. Hmm, here are my thoughts: 1) I prefer to get a 11th gen intel but that is a month away and will increase cost of build 2) I can go AMD way with latest 3rd gen chips, but those does not have integrated graphics. that means I have to get a graphics card which are rare in market to get hold off 3) I prefer wifi6 because I already have Asus Ax86U wifi6 router with 1 Gig Up/Down connection and it's better to have a build which already have Wifi6 card
  9. This is my final list then: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU Intel Core i9-9900K (Standard Folding Box) 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $499.99 @ Newegg Canada CPU Cooler Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB Black Edition 57.3 CFM CPU Cooler $53.00 @ Vuugo Motherboard MSI Z390-A PRO ATX LGA1151 Motherboard $139.99 @ Canada Computers Memory Corsa
  10. is 750W power supply an overkill right now or future safe in case I add a RTX 30 series graphic card? @curiousmind34
  11. Also, does this motherboard supports SSD boot? In case I don't plan to buy HDD
  12. 1 more thing. I notice that Motherboard: MSI Z390-A PRO ATX LGA1151 Motherboard says that when 1 M.2 is used, SATA port gets disabled. Are all the SATA ports disabled or only 1?
  13. I was planning to go for this GPU initially: GTX 1030 https://www.newegg.ca/gigabyte-geforce-gt-1030-gv-n1030oc-2gi/p/N82E16814932004?Item=N82E16814932004
  14. Makes sense. ! more question: is single Cooler master CPU cooler should be enough or there is a need to include additional fans with a radiator (front or top) in the build?
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