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  1. Hey, Ich habe seit circa Anfang Januar diesen Jahres Probleme mit meinem PC. Der PC läuft generell einwandfrei, bis er auf einmal mit einem Blackscreen hängen bleibt oder direkt rebootet. Die Crashes sind sehr zufällig und folgen keinem muster, soweit ich das erkennen kann. Das Problem scheint nur aufzutreten, wenn ich die iCUE Software installiert habe. Außerdem scheint der Crash nur bei normaler Nutzung aufzutreten. Bisher ist der PC noch nie im Game aufgetreten. Diese Dinge habe ich generell schon getestet: - Temperaturen sind im Stresstest sehr niedrig. Mit Prime95 komme ich nicht über 70 Grad und mit MSI Kombustor bleibe ich unter 65 Grad. - Netzteil durch ein neues ersetzt - Linux für mehrere Tage benutzt (ohne Crash) - Andere Grafikkarte (GTX 660) benutzt - Anderen Netzkabel an anderer Steckdose - Windows Installation mit Acronis auf eine andere Festplatte verschoben (Hat dort auch einen Crash gegeben) - Windows neu installiert. Zunächst ohne Addon Programme nur das Nötigste. Dort gab es keinen Crash. Nach ein paar Tagen habe ich dann alles was man so braucht (Ditto, Translucend TB, 7+ Taskbar Tweaker, Wallpaper Engine und iCUE). Wenige Stunden später habe ich dann den ersten Crash gehabt. Nach der Deinstallation von iCUE hatte ich 10 Tage keinen Crash. Heute habe ich die Software wieder installiert und nach 6 Stunden wieder einen Crash gehabt. Im Eventlog habe ich keine Details zu dem Crash. Nur den Fehler "Das System wurde zuvor am ‎15.‎03.‎2020 um 18:08:14 unerwartet heruntergefahren.". In den Exportierten Logs von der iCUE Software gab es zur Zeit des Crashes keine Logs (soweit ich das da erkennen konnte). Es gab nur normale Init Logs nach dem Start vom System. Hat irgendjemand eine Idee woran das liegen kann? Ich konnte bisher auch nichts im Internet dazu finden. EDIT: Ich habe das Problem noch weiter eingrenzen können. Ich habe meinen PC ohne die Corsair Maus und Tastatur verwendet. Ich habe nur die Software installiert gehabt. Der PC ist trotzdem abgestürzt (das hat jedoch etwas länger gedauert). Ich werde die Maus zurücksenden und auf eine andere Marke umsteigen.... Die Treiber von Lioncast lassen meinen PC als Beispiel seit einer Woche problemlos laufen. Zumal die Sofware auch viel kleiner ist und nicht über einen Gigabyte Speicher benötigt. Hier noch einmal meine aktuelle Konfiguration: ASUS PRIME X470-PRO AMD Ryzen 7 2700X NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 16 GB Corsair RAM CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 Corsair Nightsword RGB Maus (Ist erst seit Dezember 2019 am System) Corsair K70 (aus 2017) Samsung SSD 960 PRO 512GB Samsung SSD 970 EVO 1TB Samsung SSD 850 EVO 500GB Case NZXT Phantom 820
  2. So, for a few months i was plagued with the Corsair One locking up and restarting shortly after booting up or waking up from sleep mode. I'd usually launch a game and within 30 seconds it would freeze, restart, and then no issues after that for the rest of the time spent at the pc. A google search led me here, where many people were experiencing these issues. It's the Nvidia Drivers!!! I reverted back to 388.71 (released late 2017, probably around the time my corsair was made), and all is good, no more issues. NOTE: I use DDU to uninstall the drivers Completely ... using this process: Download your new drivers that you plan on installing directly to your desktop as an .exe file from the nvidia website. download DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller) Run windows in safe mode (hold shift as you click "restart") ​ once you boot up, uninstall your nvidia drivers using DDU, it'll restart automatically. once it does, go back to safe mode again delete the drivers again using DDU (just in case you know?) it'll restart, restart again on your own into safe mode while in safe mode, install your new Nvidia drivers. Restart Optional: Download Nvidia Experience to get the instant replay recording features again in your games.
  3. My k70 RGB keyboard lighting will sometimes stop responding out of nowhere and wont be fixed unless I reboot my computer with the keyboard unplugged and then plug it in when my computer is booted up. By not responding I mean that it will show just my base lighting color with no effects or anything, and will not change when i try to change it in the software. It does this at random and cannot be fixed until i reboot my computer. I am plugging in the keyboard through USB 3.0 with just the usb cord with the keyboard on it. How can i fix this issue? I just updated the firmware to 1.15 and re-downloaded the software and the keyboard lighting still stops responding.
  4. Hey Folks, Just got a new Corsair One Elite delivered 3 days ago. Amazing machine! Beautiful, quiet, very solid & compact piece of computing machinery. Love the design! One thing that concerns me: I've had two BSOD events in the last 3 days, both while playing graphically intensive games (one on HTC Vive Pro, one Sniper Elite 4, max settings.) The machine just suddenly shows a blue screen, then reboots. Looking at the event viewer, I see two critical errors listed at the time these happened that say: "Kernel-Power". I've tried to monitor graphics card temps, and they don't seem to go over ~ 73 Deg C. That said, the fan sounds like its running full speed. A related concern I have is that (I think) the One Elite has a 500W power supply, but nVidia recommends minimum 600W PSU (per the GTX 1080 Ti user guide.) Could this be a possible cause? Running DisplayPort 2560x1600 monitor (just one), have latest nVidia drivers, and latest Win 10 updates. Have not updated any BIOS or other MoBo stuff (a little reluctant to do that, have read posts about dead video after update.) Stock out-of-the-box Corsair One Elite. Should I be worried? Should I submit a ticket? Hate to part with this thing so soon. - Kevin
  5. First off, system specs: Samsung SSDm2 -500 GB, Asus Strix 970GTX, Corsair Vengeance pro PC3 19200 -2x8GB Intel Core i5-4590 Asus Z97 Pro Wifi Ac Windows 8 64 bit Corsair AX760i - Because I wanted a very good PSU :mad: Corsair H80iGT Cooler I decided to share my experience with Corsair when I was building this new machine. So everything was brand new and I put together the parts hoping system would come up. As soon as turned on the system, it won't turn on. I would hear a clicking noise from PSU and all fans would turn on and another clicking noise and system goes down. The loop continues till I take the power cable off the PSU. I couldnt even imagine PSU was an issue but after 2-3 hours of t/shooting, fix was - Remove all the cables from PSU and put them back in. System turned on fine and worked for a month. Then again one day, decided to get stuck in the loop. Then started to show this issue every week and then every day. Fix was always to unplug everything from PSU and put it back. Anyways, I turned up to RMA and got weird response. They told me AX760i is obsolete and they don't have it. :eek: I was offered a replacement with AX860i which I thought was good enough. Now 860i was even worse. After connecting everything, system came up fine for 17-21 seconds. I thought it might be an OS issue so I went to BIOS but same thing. At this time, I was very angry. Again to RMA and I was sure 760i/860i are garbage. There is a serious issue with these supplies which you can read about all over this forum and Corsair tech support guy told me that this model is not affected by this issue of rebooting. Anyways, my next choice was Hx750i and I am not kidding. Placed everything together and it turned up fine without any issues. No clicking noise. No reboots. No issues. RMA case open - 4th August 2015 HXi received - 16th Sept. 2015 Waste of my time/energy - 100% Not looking for any responses here but before buying digital PSU's, consider my experience. There is something seriously wrong with the digital PSU's which leads them to drive the system crazy at startup. And Corsair doesnt have guts to admit it as well. I mean read around, this forum is filled with those issues which I experienced. And you know what, everytime, I thought it can't be Corsair; may be my MOBO is bad or something else is but everytime, Corsair PSU was the culprit. I must say. My faith in the product quality has gone down. If HXi didnt work, I was ready to dump the Corsair brand and go for Cooler Master or may be Antec. Hope this helps someone else. PS: RMA process is very slow and I cant blame the Tech's. They are just doing their job
  6. I picked up a CX500 yesterday along with a number of other components with the intention of building a low power home servers. The motherboard is an Asus P8H67-M EVO, with a Core i5-2500K Processor. The only thing attached to the motherboard is a single sata 3.0g SSD. I attached a USB CD-ROM to the machine to do the OS installation, which went fine. I have a Kill-A-Watt meter attached at the wall to track how much power I'm pulling - during the install my usage peaked at 80W and at idle i'm pulling around 26W. After the install I removed the CD drive and rebooted. Upon displaying the login screen, the system shut down and restarted seconds later with a message from the motherboard that there was a surge detected. Long story short - I've determined that adding additional peripherals (a usb cd drive, an internal 3.5in hard drive, etc) causes the system to stabilize. I'm concerned that I may not have enough load on the power supply to maintain consistent power output. Is this a real possibility or is it more likely that I have a faulty power supply? Note: I have disabled the motherboard's anti-surge detection and I experience the same results, just no more message at boot time.
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