2018 Hardware Thread


  1. Posts : 26,338
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       #121

    doorules said:
    Not compatible with monblocks...
    You can ask him if he'll think about making one adaptable for mono blocks.
    All his links are on the About page on his Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/der8auer/about
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       #122

    @doorules I just got this email from Caseking where der8auer works for/with.
    A link if you want to delid: der8auer Delid-Die-Mate X | CASEKING.de
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       #123

    Already did the delid myself. That was some time ago.

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  4. Posts : 26,338
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       #124

    doorules said:
    Already did the delid myself. That was some time ago.

    Now that looks spotless:)
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       #125

    Cliff S said:
    Now that looks spotless:)
    And damn nerve wracking Cliff
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       #126

    doorules said:
    And damn nerve wracking Cliff
    But seems like you did a pretty darn good job of it.
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       #127

    AddRAM said:
    It seems like it is conflicting with the Corsair Link software
    OldMike65 said:
    Yes it does, at least with my rig, actually turned OFF the water pump, and the fan ....when I went to my Corsair link software it was messed up, and not showing the default screen or settings. This was the latest release of AI Suite too, just released for my board 48 hours ago.
    That is why I went with the AIO in my specs, it doesn't have the USB header connector for software control. I use it with the pump on my CPU header, and all other fans using either BIOS, FanXpert, or like I have now with my fan controller.

    doorules said:
    Already did the delid myself. That was some time ago.

    Nice job there
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  8. Posts : 1,191
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       #128

    Cliff S said:
    A BIOS setting I have never noticed or seen, much less played with, but still an interesting article:

    ACPI 2.0 Support - The Tech ARP BIOS Guide - Tech ARP
    I think that is because it is hard-wired enabled on practically every motherboard since there would be no reason to disable it.

    EDIT:

    My Maximus X code board: ACPI 6.0
    Last edited by Geneo; 19 Jan 2018 at 22:02.
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       #129

    Dude said:
    That is why I went with the AIO in my specs, it doesn't have the USB header connector for software control. I use it with the pump on my CPU header, and all other fans using either BIOS, FanXpert, or like I have now with my fan controller.
    Well I get it Doug, but on my rig, I've never had any problem controlling my cpu fans or pump. Until I played with the new updated AI Suite the other day. Since removing it, everything is back to normal now.
    Funny thing is I do have a built-in fan controller on this case. I decided when building it, not to use it at all. I can control fans in my bios and in link. Just can't use ASUS software to do it. Never going to install ANY Asus software again....I've had it with their software. :)
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  10. Posts : 1,096
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       #130

    OldMike65 said:
    Well I get it Doug, but on my rig, I've never had any problem controlling my cpu fans or pump. Until I played with the new updated AI Suite the other day. Since removing it, everything is back to normal now.
    Funny thing is I do have a built-in fan controller on this case. I decided when building it, not to use it at all. I can control fans in my bios and in link. Just can't use ASUS software to do it. Never going to install ANY Asus software again....I've had it with their software. :)

    I have been on Asus mobo's for as long s I can remember now. One consistent thing through those years is I never use AI Suite for anything. Just a personal preference. I used bios fan control to start with and eventually went with a dedicated fan and pump controller.
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