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Jim Nasium

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About Jim Nasium

  • Birthday 01/09/1964
  1. I can't even get these clowns to send me a 24 PIN cable, so I can test before returning a 10 month old AX1200i. They claim it's on it's way, to where is the 64k question.
  2. I'm in a similar boat, my AX1200i is less then a year old, couple months ago my PC started powering off. opened a ticket with support, they told me they don't have any devices to replace with. Then I sent an email to sales, who couldn't even bother to respond, I get another email from support. We can offer you a different unit, but we don't have those in stock and no idea when. Then I emailed them again and not even a reply. At the time I also bought RAM for a Sim Racing computer I was building. Honestly I don't need 1200 watts, but I learned to appreciate the fact that my PC was silent except for maybe 30 seconds when F1 2020 started. After this experience I would never buy another Corsair product. It's a joke that they are unable to service their own equipment and just leave the customer hanging like this. I get a little solace knowing I'm not alone. Sorry dude.
  3. Thanks for explaining the pinouts, which helps explain why two devices are supported per header. This would be a better solution then using a splitter on one of the internal headers. Was curious if doing that would even work. Thanks again.
  4. I recently purchased a AX1200i. I don't have any available USB 2.0 headers on the motherboard, an Asus ROG Strix Z390 e-gaming. The two headers are connected to a four port USB 2.0 expansion card which I use for sim racing setup. Wheel, Pedals, Shifter, Handbrake. I've had problems when the devices are connected to a USB 3.1 Gen 1 port. If I connect Corsair Link to the following adapter and plug that into a USB 3.1 Gen 1 port on the back of the computer would that work. The product states that it uses only 5 of the pins. I'm not sure how to determine how many of the pins corsair link module uses. I have an electrical tester but I'm hesitant to poke around with it. Will I have problem similar to what I did with the shifter if I connect Corsair link to a USB 3.1 Gen 1 port? https://pcpartpicker.com/product/J8bCmG/placeholder- MFG Part # - B07Q4QZW57 Any assistance is greatly appreciated. Robert
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