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    Two CPUs both failing the same way strongly...

    Two CPUs both failing the same way strongly suggests the fault is on motherboard.
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    British slang, BBC...

    British slang, BBC defines "bog standard" as meaning "basic, ordinary, unexceptional, uninspired".

    So a cheap generic prebuild-grade Alibaba PSU. Maybe even a weakling incapable of the promised...
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    I don't think exact production date can be...

    I don't think exact production date can be determined (by the consumer). Unless maybe there's some QA stickers on the mobo.

    Firmware/BIOS has a date. Also a version number, it couldn't be...
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    Some bad blocks on the log might not be a...

    Some bad blocks on the log might not be a problem. If the NVRAM writes didn't lose any "important" data, if the router was built for reliability/longevity. SSDs often develop bad blacks (or come...
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    "Bad eraseblock" usually suggests something wrong...

    "Bad eraseblock" usually suggests something wrong with the NVRAM. It could be failed/failing hardware, it could be corrupted firmware, it could be malfunctioning software.

    First, try...
  6. Sigh. The prevailing attitude used to be...

    Sigh.

    The prevailing attitude used to be "small code runs faster", a byte is a byte and a nanosecond is a nanosecond, it all adds up and multiplies out, keep things lean and clean to get best...
  7. Thread: VPN Strangeness

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    Your wireless adapter may not be compatible with...

    Your wireless adapter may not be compatible with a virtual router.

    Type "netsh wlan show drivers" at command prompt. "Hosted network supported" must be YES if you want this VPN to run across...
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    Just stating the obvious ... Netflix has...

    Just stating the obvious ...
    Netflix has recently restructured its services so there's now 4K subscription tiers, if you aren't paying extra for 4K then they aren't allocating more bandwidth to...
  9. I had the same problems except with my login at...

    I had the same problems except with my login at this forum page. Worked fine after clearing cookies, clearing webforms, and new password request (along with waiting around 10 minutes before...
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    Control Panel > Power Options > Choose or...

    Control Panel > Power Options > Choose or edit/customize a power plan > Change plan settings > Change advanced plan settings
    You can enable/disable/timeout each specific item as you like.
    ...
  11. Thread: How to fix PDF?

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    How could you tell? How do you know I'm not a...

    How could you tell? How do you know I'm not a bot, lol?
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    Cleaning up Win10 is a huge topic in itself, and...

    Cleaning up Win10 is a huge topic in itself, and there's plenty of utilities which promise to conveniently/automatically do it all for you (with varying results).
    ...
  13. Thread: Need help/advice

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    Win10 is definitely far more bloaty and intrusive...

    Win10 is definitely far more bloaty and intrusive than Win7. But there are many ways to clean it up and fix it up, get rid of (almost) all the nasty bits.

    To be honest, you always need the...
  14. Thread: Need help/advice

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    USB standards changed a lot while (and since)...

    USB standards changed a lot while (and since) Win7 was around so I'm guessing it's likely USB driver/update version issues. You'll need to somehow figure out which drivers are needed and somehow...
  15. Onboard Intel UHD Graphics 630...

    Onboard Intel UHD Graphics 630 is rated (by Intel) for 4K 4096x2304x24@60Hz. Can decode/playback 30fps video H.264 and H.265 etc. Not the best (and it can run a little warm) but more than enough...
  16. "NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti will use GDDR6 from Micron,...

    "NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti will use GDDR6 from Micron, Samsung, and Hynix."
    https://www.pcgamesn.com/micron-gddr6-launch-partner-nvidia-rtx

    Micron was the only real supplier of GDDR5X. It's not...
  17. Thread: How to fix PDF?

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    Google "usb recovery software" to find a way to...

    Google "usb recovery software" to find a way to get a copy of the file (hopefully intact) off the flash drive onto a reliable drive. It might be a quick and simple repair to the file system, it...
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    Top-tier gaming laptops usually cost $4K~$6K+...

    Top-tier gaming laptops usually cost $4K~$6K+ these days, regardless which OEM you choose.
    Extreme CPU and GPU parts always cost premium, mobile versions always cost even more premium. Intel and...
  19. Which ASUS router? The manual will have FCC...

    Which ASUS router? The manual will have FCC compliance stuff in it which specifies (or provides FCCID to lookup) the radio frequencies.

    There are dozens of 5GHz channels grouped together in...
  20. Down with x86/x64, more players joining the market game

    https://www.anandtech.com/show/13688/qualcomm-tech-summit-day-3-snapdragon-8cx-the-new-acpc-soc
    Qualcomm Snapdragon 2cx ... their latest ARM-based SoC ... being pushed into proper ATX motherboards...
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    The motherboard is working as intended so I doubt...

    The motherboard is working as intended so I doubt it'd qualify for RMA but you can always apply for one anyhow.

    Limitation is built into the Intel PCH hardware. Limitation is built into the...
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    dxgkrnl.sys is a DirectX component. Installed...

    dxgkrnl.sys is a DirectX component.

    Installed the chipset, audio, LAN, and WiFi drivers from your motherboard support page?

    Are you confident the system is clean, not running any malware?
    ...
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    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?90037-Ca...

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?90037-Can-I-upgrade-the-CPU-or-GPU-in-my-ROG-Notebook-***-List-of-supported-models-***

    GL553 is not on this list but I'm guessing it's the next iteration...
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    It could be DPC Latency Checker itself. Have you...

    It could be DPC Latency Checker itself. Have you tried running LatencyMon instead?

    https://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/solving-dpc-latency-issues/

    In my experience it's usually been...
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    Are you using CorsairLink?

    Are you using CorsairLink?
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