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    These mini-fridges typically have a Peltier /...

    These mini-fridges typically have a Peltier / thermoelectric cooler (TEC). People have been using these for forced CPU cooling since at least the 1980s, but it's not actually that great a solution...
  2. Auth and Assoc successful makes me think it's...

    Auth and Assoc successful makes me think it's successfully authenticating to the wireless network. DHCP shouldn't be possible to an unauthenticated client (in a closed network, open obviously allows...
  3. Not true. There may be some AIOs with a fixed...

    Not true. There may be some AIOs with a fixed speed pump, but many have PWM control over the pump. The ROG Ryujin series certainly does, and I think all of the ROG AIOs do (not 100% on that, as the...
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    As with pretty much all keyboards, it's a USB 2.0...

    As with pretty much all keyboards, it's a USB 2.0 device, as keyboards and mice simply don't need the additional bandwidth provided by USB 3.0 and later.

    ROG Claymore II: Tech Specs
  5. I did that with the Crosshair VIII Extreme, and...

    I did that with the Crosshair VIII Extreme, and shaved about 5 to 10C off the temperature of the X570S chipset. With a big Strix GPU cooler both obstructing the case airflow and dumping some of its...
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    The configuration options (with the obvious...

    The configuration options (with the obvious exceptions of things like the particular set of frequencies and physical ports) should be mostly the same across the different ROG Rapture GT-AX* models. ...
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    Yeah, just run the Wired_driver EXE after...

    Yeah, just run the Wired_driver EXE after extracting the ZIP into a folder. As long as your user account is in the local Administrators group (which it normally would be, on a standard install), it...
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    Wired_driver_27.6_x64.zip from Intel's I225-V...

    Wired_driver_27.6_x64.zip from Intel's I225-V downloads page fixes the problem of no description for the event. It changes the driver from e2fexpress to e2fnexpress version 2.1.1.7. Event 27 (and...
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    The first thing is to confirm there's no software...

    The first thing is to confirm there's no software control. In Fan Xpert, you should be able to change from "Smart Mode" (which uses the fan curve) to "RPM Fix Mode", and vary the RPM setting...
  10. The thermal paste used for CPU cooling is...

    The thermal paste used for CPU cooling is designed for where there's already hard direct contact between the cooler and heat spreader. Its purpose is to fill the imperfections between the two...
  11. At least some of the AC v5.x UI seems to be coded...

    At least some of the AC v5.x UI seems to be coded using HTML, and they seem to be using MS Edge to render it, so it's not something you can really disable. The processes shouldn't be using a lot of...
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    If the external IP looks good/correct when you...

    If the external IP looks good/correct when you look at the WAN interface, then it's almost certainly a bug in the DDNS service's internal mechanism for determining the WAN IP. There shouldn't be any...
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    The "Active" at the bottom of the page is only...

    The "Active" at the bottom of the page is only for the TLS (SSL/HTTPS) certificate, which only renews every 90 days. The certificate is name based, not numeric address based, so doesn't need to...
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    It looks to me like the A4-H2O case is designed...

    It looks to me like the A4-H2O case is designed so that the AIO fans pull air up over the motherboard. Raising the minimum speed of them should help pull heat away from the chipset heatsink. I'd...
  15. This is a guess, but probably the PCH (chipset).

    This is a guess, but probably the PCH (chipset).
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    Ok, very much at your own risk disclaimer here,...

    Ok, very much at your own risk disclaimer here, as I have not seen the specific cables. If there's just 6 wires going to 6 pins, one-to-one, no cross-connecting or anything complicated, and the 6...
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    One additional thing. The Intel CPU clamp thing...

    One additional thing. The Intel CPU clamp thing is basically trash on LGA1700, badly engineered, not fit for purpose (at the high end) and producing uneven pressure, warping the CPU and IHS, and...
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    That's just physics. Water has a very high...

    That's just physics. Water has a very high specific heat capacity, of 4182 J/kg°C, which is what makes it an excellent coolant. That means it takes a 4182W heater to raise the temperature of 1l of...
  19. You shouldn't be running it in AHCI mode, that's...

    You shouldn't be running it in AHCI mode, that's a SATA thing. It should just be NVMe mode with RAID disabled. It looks like CrystalDiskInfo is showing it running in NVMe mode, so it could just be...
  20. Are you talking about your rights under the ASUS...

    Are you talking about your rights under the ASUS software license, or your rights under your employment contract with the company? What "Agreements" are you referring to?

    Company policies and...
  21. That's cutting it very close, particularly with...

    That's cutting it very close, particularly with nVidia's massive transient power spikes (see Gamers Nexus video from a few months ago). You may be ok, just, depending on just how good that PSU is,...
  22. From the search results, it looks like there are...

    From the search results, it looks like there are at least 2 major variants of the M.2 AX200, a 2230 card and a 1216 card. There also appear to be "Intel Killer" series versions of them, which is a...
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    If it's an Intel wifi chip, have you tried the...

    If it's an Intel wifi chip, have you tried the latest drivers from Intel for it?

    Intel® Driver & Support Assistant
  24. If it's a K/KF series CPU, there are 2 Corsair...

    If it's a K/KF series CPU, there are 2 Corsair 6600 parts on the ASUS QVL.
  25. 6600 is off the top of the spec sheet...

    6600 is off the top of the spec sheet, but there is 6600 on the QVL. Part numbers matter when it comes to the QVL, you should verify that you have the exact Corsair parts listed there, and note that...
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