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    These FAQs may help: [Motherboard]...

    These FAQs may help:

    [Motherboard] Troubleshooting - How to install Windows 11 Pro/Home operate system on AM5 or Intel Z790 series motherboard with Intel Lan?
    [Motherboard] How to download and...
  2. One possibility for a bad memory channel is a bad...

    One possibility for a bad memory channel is a bad CPU mount. Either pin damage, uneven pressure, or too much pressure from the cooler.

    The Intel LGA1700 clamping mechanism is essentially a bad...
  3. I had a brief play with RAIDXpert2 on the...

    I had a brief play with RAIDXpert2 on the Crosshair VIII Extreme (X570S) on Windows 11 Pro, before deciding that it didn't look much like a reliable product (the AMD software part of it). I've got...
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    Tried the DH2I test, and it's saying "Permissive...

    Tried the DH2I test, and it's saying "Permissive NAT" (i.e. not symmetric) for my GT-AX6000. Yeah, some analysis would be needed to see if they are the same (and possibly repeating a bug) or truly...
  5. If you only have a single NVMe drive, it should...

    If you only have a single NVMe drive, it should always be in slot M.2_2 (on that particular board; most have the x4 CPU lanes on M.2_1 or M.2_2, but you always need to check the spec sheets or manual...
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    For what it's worth, that testing site reports...

    For what it's worth, that testing site reports "Normal NAT" (i.e. full-cone or non-symmetric) for my GT-AX6000 (version 3.0.0.4.386_49556). It's configured as symmetric, and I don't believe I've...
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    It's not "bad design" if it's running within the...

    It's not "bad design" if it's running within the Intel thermal specs. I can't find the number right now, but I believe the Intel spec for max temp is over 100C. People need to recalibrate their...
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    The recent chipsets do run quite hot, it's just...

    The recent chipsets do run quite hot, it's just the way things are. The data clock rate inside the chipset doubles with each PCIe generation, so heat is just a thing that happens. Idling above 60C...
  9. That first picture is strange. How can the label...

    That first picture is strange. How can the label be on the protective film, but there is also torn sticker residue on the board's backplate? It looks like someone has peeled the sticker off the...
  10. The spec sheet refers you to the memory QVL, and...

    The spec sheet refers you to the memory QVL, and your configuration is not on the QVL.

    You are unlikely to find any motherboard which is happy with that RAM configuration. 4 sticks of super-fast...
  11. It's not on the Crosshair X670E Extreme Memory...

    It's not on the Crosshair X670E Extreme Memory QVL, so is not currently a recommended part. It might work, or you might need to fight with the memory timings to make it work, or it could just be a...
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    It's still overclocking. The RAM manufacturers...

    It's still overclocking. The RAM manufacturers don't make silicon with a standard clock that high for DDR5. XMP and DOCP ratings are overclocked. It's the same situation that existed on AM4; if...
  13. Possibly of note is that MS appear to have...

    Possibly of note is that MS appear to have discontinued the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows. It has been out of stock on the MS Xbox store for a long time. If it's no longer an active product, it...
  14. You might want to try reducing your memory clock...

    You might want to try reducing your memory clock a little, as there are no supported 4x16GB DDR4-4400 configurations on the memory QVL (the 4 stick configurations have a 4 in the "socket support"...
  15. AMD treat 3 sticks as a dual bank region and a...

    AMD treat 3 sticks as a dual bank region and a separate single bank region, but 4 sticks will be a single dual bank region.

    Superficially identical sticks that are bought at significantly...
  16. There are many ROG Extreme boards. I'm assuming...

    There are many ROG Extreme boards. I'm assuming you mean the ROG Maximus Z790 Extreme.

    DDR clock is half of the transfer rate. 2400 MHz is the clock speed, 4800 MT/s is the transfer rate; it's...
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    Yup, just a 6 pin PCIe from the PSU to PD_12V_PWR.

    Yup, just a 6 pin PCIe from the PSU to PD_12V_PWR.
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    The specs are just what are supplied by default. ...

    The specs are just what are supplied by default. SATA goes far beyond that, and has supported more than 2TB long into the past. The only possible issue is the 2TB limit of MBR and FAT32, but you...
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    The motherboard PD_12V_PWR is for the...

    The motherboard PD_12V_PWR is for the motherboard's USB-PD via the front panel USB-C port. The wattages referred to are for USB-PD. As a secondary function, it provides supplementary power for the...
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    Your SSHD is a SATA drive, so there should be no...

    Your SSHD is a SATA drive, so there should be no problem going to 2TB and beyond, as long as your new drive physically fits the space inside your laptop. The data and power connectors should be...
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    40C when idle doesn't seem that unreasonable,...

    40C when idle doesn't seem that unreasonable, although I'm not 100% certain about typical temperature on the 3080. 55C under gaming load also seems like a reasonable number.

    My guess is that this...
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    2.5G Ethernet will pretty much always be the...

    2.5G Ethernet will pretty much always be the better choice if actually installing/routing the physical cabling isn't too big a problem. The biggest win will be the reliably less than 1ms latency,...
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    Yeah, a browser plugin can always do more, as it...

    Yeah, a browser plugin can always do more, as it can get quite deep into the content and see the various URLs involved.

    I can't say for sure just how well the more dedicated firewall/filter...
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    The AdGuard thing in ASUSWRT is DNS based, using...

    The AdGuard thing in ASUSWRT is DNS based, using an external DNS service which blocks the server names for many (not all) ad servers. It is not a content filter, and also can't detect or filter...
  25. Assuming your memory is 4x32GB, it's not on the...

    Assuming your memory is 4x32GB, it's not on the QVL for the Dark Hero, so is a potential for instability. Remember that all XMP/DOCP memory speed counts as overclocking. You could try dropping the...
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