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  1. I have an Nvme MP600 Core 2TB. I am in ubuntu and the tools are for WIndows. I decided to format and install Windows, however, links does not work. Can anyone please post the link to the tool. And how to download the firmware directly, please?
  2. Hi I'm using the SSD toolbox to try and secure erase my force no 510 but it says secure wipe does not work with that drice. Any ideas? Thanks
  3. I have recently built a computer and got the whole pc running without any problems. I was able to install windows on the mp500. The drive itself was working properly no issues that I could see. After getting all the programs I needed on it I went ahead and turned off the pc to install a mass storage hdd. The hdd didnt show up in windows so i decided to restart the pc once more. After that second restart windows would not start from the mp500. I disconnect any storage other than the mp500 and still could not get it to boot to windows. The drive is also not showing up in the bios. The windows repair tool says there is not readable drive. My ssd is not being read and I would like some assistance on the matter if possible. Thank you in advance for any assistance you may give me. Not my pc its a pc I built for a friend so I will leave the specs down here: MOBO: Gigabyte Z270P-D3 CPU: Intel Core i5 7500 GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GAMING (Single Fan) OS BOOT DRIVE: Corsair Force MP500 Storage: Seagate 2TB BarraCuda SATA RAM: 8GB Ballistix Sport DDR4 2400 MHz (2 are in the system) I lent her an extra RAM stick that is the same exact model I bought the same time she bought hers. PSU: Thermaltake Smart 600W 80+ White OS: Windows 10 Home Thanks again for any help ^_^
  4. Hi all, Our latest SSD, the Neutron Series NX500 has launched! It's a half-height, half-length PCI-Express Add-In-Card available in 400GB or 800GB capacities. It features MLC flash, significant overprovisioning for best performance/endurance, a passive heatsink for cooling, and is backed by a 5-year warranty. Quick specs: Interface Type: PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 Max Sequential Read (ATTO): Up to 3000MB/s Max Sequential Write (ATTO): Up to 2400MB/s Max Sequential Read (CDM): Up to 2800MB/s Max Sequential Write (CDM): Up to 1600MB/s Max Random Read QD32 (IOMeter): 300K IOPS Max Random Write QD32 (IOMeter): 270K IOPS Links! NX500 landing page: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/neutron-nx500-aic-ssd NX500 product video: NX500 product overview video: NX500 product overview blog: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2017/august/nx500-overview
  5. I'm struggling with four new computers that I built for over a week now. I finally discover the problem some days ago and it is the Corsair CX430 PSU. Yep, four of them. In fact, I believe, all units of this Corsair PSU has this problem (and probably other models too). Unfortunately, the Corsair support was not what I expected (I was expecting some quality service). They told me "Feel free to go on our forums." (they exact words), so.... My computers have this specifications: Intel i3 7100 Gigabyte GA-B250M-D3H G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 2400mhz 8Gb Intel 600p 128 SSD (also tested with Samsung 960 evo) Corsair CX430 I knew that this pc power consumption will be very low, so, I bought the weakest PSU (with 80 Plus) I found. The power consumption is indeed very low, in IDLE the entire system consumes 5~10Watts, in load it consumes 50Watts tops. This is the PC running in idle. The UPS is showing the total power consumption of the system. Usually shows a consumption in the range of 5~12 Watts, but eventually displays 0 ~ 2 watts like this: http://i.imgur.com/2OsG1pv.jpg After assembly them I started to have all kind of weird problems. Windows crashes, BSOD, sometimes I couldn't even install the OS because of strange errors coming from nowhere. I changed all the motherboards (I was using Asus H270M Plus at the beggining) and the problem persisted. In the end, the problem was the PSU. I tested with a generic $5 PSU and it worked perfectly. I tested the PSU and noticed that when the power usage is too low on the 12v line, the 3.3v line can't handle the NVMe SSD. The NVMe SSD just shuts down when this happens: [ame] [/ame] If I connect some dummy power on the 12v line (like a 20w lamp) it works perfectly. Now, take a look what happen when I switch off the lamp: [ame] [/ame] With any significant load on the 12v line the PSU works fine, but it can't handle the 3.3v on idle. The "Power load" (dummy load) option on the motherboard bios is not enough to solve this case. So, in order to make this PSU to work in my 5~10 Watts PC, a friend of my created a external voltage regulator, attached to a SATA connector. With this, the 3.3v line stays stable. http://i.imgur.com/j4jGBKB.jpg http://i.imgur.com/ODquOEi.jpg If you're building a low-power PC, do not buy this power supply.
  6. Edit Album | Edit Pictures Corsair AIR 740 "Golden 2017 Build" This build is meant to show off Corsair's latest enthusiast gaming products. This build is stable fast, with a focus on clean design. I have chosen proven reliable components, gained best performance value, while still being a enthusiast build. I wanted to focus on the Corsair colors and keep the scheme conservative enough to still be acceptable by the mainstream, but innovative enough with colors and design to still raise eyebrows. The build is in a "test" phase currently and will be getting a full EK water loop based on the X360 Kit & the TitanFC nickel/plexi blocks with a clear manifold. Yellow EK coolant as well. I wanted to post the build guide so far and to hopefully get some feedback from the forum users. I plan to debut this build @ Quakecon 2017 ! (test benchmark for CPU - will have the SLI 980tis on the finished build - Stable @ 4.9Ghz @ 1.38) http://www.3dmark.com/fs/11563028
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