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  1. Thread: Windows 10 1809

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    Weird thread behaviour ... what'd your...

    Weird thread behaviour ... what'd your WindowsUpdate do to the site, Arne?
  2. Thread: Windows 10 1809

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    Hope you cloned a bootable backup first, but good...

    Hope you cloned a bootable backup first, but good luck sir :eek:
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    First pic with crooked fan mounts (and no...

    First pic with crooked fan mounts (and no grilles?) was indeed saddening, feel bad for ya, lol.

    I remember being case-obsessed not too many years ago. Gotta have something quality, something you...
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    I completely support this post, lol. ...

    I completely support this post, lol.

    Proprietary (ASUS) code is rather paranoid when it can only be used to control physical (ASUS) hardware, opensource encourages open dev and innovation which...
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    E7-8880v2...

    E7-8880v2 (the whole E7v2 family) is compatible with all C600 chipsets - C602, C602J, C604, C606, C608 - and with X79 "when supported by motherboard vendor's BIOS".

    I honestly don't think your R4E...
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    Battery UPS ... ...

    Battery UPS ...

    https://www.howtogeek.com/161479/how-to-select-a-battery-backup-for-your-computer/...
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    The different in spec is PCIe_x1 slots (3 on...

    The different in spec is PCIe_x1 slots (3 on Code, 1 on Hero) and integrated WiFi (optional on Hero).
    Code apparently has more built-in fan/pump headers and temp sensors for watercoolers....
  8. Might be different thermal interface materials on...

    Might be different thermal interface materials on different motherboards. Might even be different materials on different parts of the same boards.

    I don't know ASUS thermal pads, but their...
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    I think E7v2 used LGA2011-2 socket (for C60x) ......

    I think E7v2 used LGA2011-2 socket (for C60x) ... different from the LGA2011-1 (for X79) ... I could be wrong.

    I do remember that the Xeon sockets and Express sockets of the time generally had...
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    Ah, I was wrong in this instance, sorry for the...

    Ah, I was wrong in this instance, sorry for the accusation, my apologies. And thanx for the response. I still maintain that ASUS generally provides awfully inadequate documentation, but that's...
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    @ASUS ... lol I wish ASUS gave us a little more...

    @ASUS ... lol I wish ASUS gave us a little more documentation about stuff like this ... so we'd actually know the features exist.

    I mean meaningful documentation which actually tells the end user...
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    They're just pre-programmed SPD profiles. Use...

    They're just pre-programmed SPD profiles. Use whichever one runs faster if you like (unless one profile doesn't run stable). If you've manually configured your memory timings then the factory...
  13. Thread: Rear USB-C dead?

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    lol you could google up some youtube unboxing...

    lol you could google up some youtube unboxing vids or reviews. If you got something that looks different then it might have been tampered with after it left the ASUS plant.
  14. Thread: Rome

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    You could probably build 4 or 5 top-end AMD...

    You could probably build 4 or 5 top-end AMD platforms for the price of 2 top-end Intel/Nvidias, though.
    If per-machine performance is the main priority then fastest > faster and there is no...
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    I always wanted to get one of those "Level 10"...

    I always wanted to get one of those "Level 10" cases ... drool drool drool ... but y'know Thermaltake, icky brand for me (we all have our hangups) ... and by the time I got around to giving the...
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    Anything which loads the PWMs or VRMs could cause...

    Anything which loads the PWMs or VRMs could cause coil whine.
    And once those diodes start oscillating or those caps start failing it tends to get worse more often than it tends to self-correct.
    ...
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    It's still very hard to find cases with the...

    It's still very hard to find cases with the newest/craziest ports built in (front or top panel, etc). It's really quite stupid: lots of high-end mobos have the headers, lots of high-end cases don't...
  18. Thread: Rome

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    It's all true ... but somehow I suspect most of...

    It's all true ... but somehow I suspect most of the ROG audience isn't entry level gaming, it's swaggy high-end enthusiast gaming. Not sure if AMD can compete vs Intel on the uppermost end of...
  19. Thread: Rear USB-C dead?

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    You can try plugging in any USB device. ...

    You can try plugging in any USB device. Keyboard, mouse, speakers/headphone, flash drive gizmo, whatever. If the port works then the port works and the problem must be the specific iPhone (or...
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    I'm of the opinion that case selection really...

    I'm of the opinion that case selection really boils down to aesthetic (and budget) preferences.

    You're gonna have to share a room for a long time, so get one you like looking at. Specs are only...
  21. Thread: Rear USB-C dead?

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    Have you tried testing other USB devices in this...

    Have you tried testing other USB devices in this port?

    I might be mistaken, but my understanding is that the USB ports on some MAXIMUS mobos have built-in overcurrent protection so that errant USB...
  22. Thread: Rome

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    My angle on this is "yes, absolutely, AMD will be...

    My angle on this is "yes, absolutely, AMD will be competitive"

    But not necessarily at the most-leetest toppest-tier fastest bestest raw performance parts. That's usually Intel's niche, they're...
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    I find that newegg.com consistently offers more...

    I find that newegg.com consistently offers more stock than newegg.ca ... especially when buying the latest-and-greatest shiny new toys. Gotta pay a little extra for shipping unless you can arrange...
  24. Leaving IME uninstalled can actually secure the...

    Leaving IME uninstalled can actually secure the machine vs IME attacks/vulnerabilities. At least in theory.

    More importantly, leaving it uninstalled means less junk running in memory and...
  25. ASUS is the world leader in the motherboard...

    ASUS is the world leader in the motherboard market. And their motherboards are used in multiple platforms across multiple markets. And they've invested a lot into building their enthusiast brands. ...
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