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  1. Try rebuilding the system outside the case and...

    Try rebuilding the system outside the case and see does the problem go away... If it STILL does it, it's not gonna be a random short as the other suggested.
  2. Well glad you resolved it

    Well glad you resolved it
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    Usually this is a server error not a user error.

    Usually this is a server error not a user error.
  4. FYI. Would help if you told use which mobo you...

    FYI. Would help if you told use which mobo you was using... Some of them have a 'safe boot' switch, others don't.
  5. To me this sounds like you have faulty RAM...

    To me this sounds like you have faulty RAM somewhere because your system works for a period before crashing.

    Start with the basics.

    Firstly, remove ALL non essentials. Then workout which...
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    I have similar issues with two of the three ROG...

    I have similar issues with two of the three ROG Swift PG279Q displays I purchased.

    Instead of moaning about it and going through exchange/RMA channels. I decided to matters into my own hands and...
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    How many of them 'used' boards do you recommend...

    How many of them 'used' boards do you recommend will work with the up and coming i9-10980xe ?
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    X299X Motherboards ?

    Hiya all...

    What's Asus doing about the new, soon to be released Cascade Lake-X processors? Are we expecting new boards to be released or will present x299 boards be compatible? I'm asking cause...
  9. Strange... I have an AX1200i on my system and two...

    Strange... I have an AX1200i on my system and two RTX 2080 Ti's Not had any issues with posting in regards of the Omega.
  10. Windows 10 has built-in drivers for pretty much...

    Windows 10 has built-in drivers for pretty much everything, with the exception of custom hardware and the very latest releases. In those circumstances, you simply download them relevant sites and...
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    Hiya, don't know have you tried it yet but...

    Hiya, don't know have you tried it yet but Samsung has a "magician" utility which can tell you about the drive stats, along with any bad blocks/sectors it may have..
    ...
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    The previous solution is still viable, since...

    The previous solution is still viable, since it'll allow you to monitor the pumps performance. As an alternative, if you prefer, you could use a simple PWM splitter of one header.

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    OR, If...
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    I know the screw you mean... 79261 Some of...

    I know the screw you mean...

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    Some of the older Asus mobos use the same screw to hold the MOSFET's back heatsink in place. Instead of asking the forums, maybe you can contact Asus through...
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    Since you're using two DDC's. From my experience,...

    Since you're using two DDC's. From my experience, pretty much every AIO's on the market with the exceptions of a few, use DDC pumps in it's block. So knowing this, it would be more logical to use one...
  15. Honestly, this would depend largely on the type...

    Honestly, this would depend largely on the type of paste you end up using, for the majority you can assume it's non-conductive BUT ultimately, you REALLY should check the products conductivity...
  16. If it were me, I would experiment with ground...

    If it were me, I would experiment with ground loop isolators, add them to both the inputs & outputs, this will solve any ground noises caused by the mains. If there's still noise on the line, it's...
  17. Personally I prefer to avoid buying second hand...

    Personally I prefer to avoid buying second hand hardware, unless they're from someone I trust.
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    On their product page : ...

    On their product page :

    https://www.asus.com/us/Graphics-Cards-Accessories/ROG-NVLINK/
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    79149 Looking at your motherboard...

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    Looking at your motherboard and this guide, I personally would be more incline to choose 3, considering the spacing and illustration.
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    From my understanding, you should not use other...

    From my understanding, you should not use other people's RGB controllers on the Asus motherboard because the specifications and the technology is different. Doing so may damage the Asus motherboard...
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    You STILL not told us how many fans you're trying...

    You STILL not told us how many fans you're trying to run.
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    Curious. WHY are you connecting them to the CPU...

    Curious. WHY are you connecting them to the CPU and CPU_OPT?
    What motherboard you using? and does it not water pump headers somewhere?

    Hmm.. Normally DDC Pumps should be running around 4400 ~...
  23. If you're absolutely sure it's the CPU, go ahead...

    If you're absolutely sure it's the CPU, go ahead and RMA it or get it swapped from your reseller, it should be quicker.

    However, what IF the issues aren't resolved once you've swapped the CPU?
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    Strange.. I'm reading the online manual...

    Strange.. I'm reading the online manual and can tell you there's FIVE actual fan headers on the board labeled as :

    Fans:
    CPU_FAN,
    CPU_OPT,
    CHA_FAN,
    FS_FAN1,
    FS_FAN2

    AIO/Pump:
  25. Looking at your photo, I would try to pull on...

    Looking at your photo, I would try to pull on battery in-flow with the wires, back towards the battery. If that makes sense? At the same time, I would use my nails to play with the metal part. First...
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