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  1. Hi there i asked for some support from gigabyte and by the looks of it Gigabyte want to work with Corsair any Corsair representative got any update on this? Below is my chat support with them.
  2. Installed my new Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro motherboard into my new Corsair Carbide 275R case. I put in the mounting screws in the six (maybe 8? not at home) standoffs around the edge. But there is one odd standoff (?) in the middle of the mobo near the memory. I'll try to attach a pic showing a normal standoff near the edge and this one near the memory that will not support a screw. Did I do something wrong or was I supposed to install something in that spot prior to mounting the mobo? Thanks!
  3. Hello everyone, Here's my first post: I bought Corsair Vengeance RGB 3000Mhz C15 (CMR32GX4M2C3000C15). The two ram sticks are installed on an Asus z390-i motherboard with a 9900k cpu. I set VCCIO and System Agent to auto, which is 1.328 V for VCCIO and 1.232 V for System Agent. People commenting on Reddit and YouTube said I should lower it. When I asked the same question on Amazon, Corsair replied and basically said leave it on auto. The overclockers seemed to make a compelling argument, so should I still lower the VCCIO and System Agent voltages by a little? I know lowering it too much could be dangerous, so how much should I lower it by? Also, is MemTest64 and Aida 64 sufficient programs for testing memory stability?
  4. Hello, I putting together a new system and have a Corsair RM550x power supply and a ASRock Extreme4 x390 motherboard. For the CPU it has an 8pin and a 4 pin connector but on the powersupply I have one have 8 pin connector. I also have 6 pin connector that can split to offer 4 pin as well but that will be used for the graphics card, GTX 1080. I've read that using the additional 4 pin is not required and indeed the system does POST to BIOS with just the 8 PIN how ever the manual states the additional 4 pin is required. Looking around seems most X390 boards have the 8+4pin except for the cheaper boards with less phases. So is the RM550x just not compatible with most Z390 board or is there another cable I can get that will allow this to work? I've seen there is peripheral power (molex) to 4 pin adapters but not sure about those and if that is the case is there a cable I can get that will fit into the back of the power supply peripheral section that goes straight to 4 pin? Thanks,
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