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Community Article PC wont boot after force restart and AIO — Micro Center PC wont boot after force restart and AIO me4325 ✭ June 19 in Technical Support Questions I would appreciate any help on my problem: I installed an AIO today and the PC worked fine afterwards. However, i force restarted after my screen froze and now the system will not boot. The monitor screen does not show anything. My mouse is also doing this weird thing where it will power on and then off after 1-2 seconds. I tried re-seating my RAM, but that also did not help. I built this PC 4 weeks ago and it was working fine until now. Specs Ryzen 5 3600x EVGA RTX 2060 ASUS PRIME-B450 PLUS MOBO EVGA 80+ 500W PSU 16gb ddr4 3200mhz RAM 500 gb nvme  Thank you so much for the help. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments Ian admin June 19 Greetings. First thing I would double check all your connections to make sure something hasn't come loose during install if it is not powering up correctly at all after a recent install. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Folding@home Technical Discussion — Micro Center [email protected] Technical Discussion System admin April 20 in Customer Service Questions This discussion was created from comments split from: Join the MicroCenterOfficial [email protected] Team: #257944. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments JADO ✭ April 20 I have a 6 GPU rig using 8GB RX580 cards.  It has been running fine, but a bit unstable for  2 weeks.  All of a sudden Fold at Home refuses to recognize the GPU's.  It is running fin on 5 of 6 15 9600K cores in a Gigabyte H390 UD motherboard.  I have reinstalled video drivers and reinstalled FAH many times Ii can not make this software find these cards.  Windows reports they are all installed and working normally.  Any ideas? Here is my latest log: *********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:57:45Z *********************** 01:57:45:****************************** FAHClient ****************************** 01:57:45:        Version: 7.6.9 01:57:45:         Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:57:45:      Copyright: 2020 foldingathome.org 01:57:45:       Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:57:45:           Date: Apr 17 2020 01:57:45:           Time: 11:13:06 01:57:45:       Revision: 398c2b17fa535e0cc6c9d10856b2154c32771646 01:57:45:         Branch: master 01:57:45:       Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:45:        Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:45:       Platform: win32 10 01:57:45:           Bits: 32 01:57:45:           Mode: Release 01:57:45:           Args: --open-web-control 01:57:45:         Config: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\config.xml 01:57:45:******************************** CBang ******************************** 01:57:45:           Date: Apr 17 2020 01:57:45:           Time: 11:10:09 01:57:45:       Revision: 2fb0be7809c5e45287a122ca5fbc15b5ae859a3b 01:57:45:         Branch: master 01:57:45:       Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:45:        Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:45:       Platform: win32 10 01:57:45:           Bits: 32 01:57:45:           Mode: Release 01:57:45:******************************* System ******************************** 01:57:45:            CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:57:45:         CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:57:45:           CPUs: 6 01:57:45:         Memory: 15.87GiB 01:57:45:    Free Memory: 12.65GiB 01:57:45:        Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:57:45:     OS Version: 6.2 01:57:45:    Has Battery: false 01:57:45:     On Battery: false 01:57:45:     UTC Offset: -4 01:57:45:            PID: 11932 01:57:45:            CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient 01:57:45:             OS: Windows 10 Enterprise 01:57:45:        OS Arch: AMD64 01:57:45:           GPUs: 0 01:57:45:           CUDA: Not detected: Failed to open dynamic library 'nvcuda.dll': The 01:57:45:                 specified module could not be found. 01:57:45: 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 0: Platform:0 Device:0 Bus:1 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 1: Platform:0 Device:1 Bus:4 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 2: Platform:0 Device:2 Bus:8 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 3: Platform:0 Device:3 Bus:9 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 4: Platform:0 Device:4 Bus:3 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 5: Platform:0 Device:5 Bus:5 Slot:0 Compute:1.2 Driver:3004.8 01:57:45:OpenCL Device 6: Platform:1 Device:0 Bus:NA Slot:NA Compute:2.1 Driver:26.20 01:57:45:  Win32 Service: false 01:57:45:******************************* libFAH ******************************** 01:57:45:           Date: Apr 15 2020 01:57:45:           Time: 14:53:14 01:57:45:       Revision: 216968bc7025029c841ed6e36e81a03a316890d3 01:57:45:         Branch: master 01:57:45:       Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:45:        Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:45:       Platform: win32 10 01:57:45:           Bits: 32 01:57:45:           Mode: Release 01:57:45:*********************************************************************** 01:57:45: 01:57:45:  01:57:45:  01:57:45: 01:57:45:Trying to access database... 01:57:45:Successfully acquired database lock 01:57:45:Enabled folding slot 00: READY cpu:5 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Starting 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 5 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 1780 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:Core PID:1980 01:57:45:WU00:FS00:FahCore 0xa7 started 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:57:45Z *********************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Args: -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 1780 -checkpoint 15 -np 5 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.60GiB 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Has Battery: false 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7: On Battery: false 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        PID: 1980 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Project: 14583 (Run 0, Clone 1713, Gen 21) 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000001680fccb025e8bc8e7441c1784 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Reducing thread count from 5 to 4 to avoid domain decomposition by a prime number > 3 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame21.tpr -o frame21.trr -x frame21.xtc -cpi state.cpt -cpt 15 -nt 4 01:57:46:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Steps: first=1312500 total=62500 01:57:47:4:127.0.0.1:New Web session 01:57:49:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 422 out of 62500 steps (0%) 01:58:22:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 625 out of 62500 steps (1%) 01:58:46:Saving configuration to config.xml 01:58:46: 01:58:46:  01:58:46:  01:58:46: 01:58:46:  01:58:46:  01:58:46: 01:59:31:Adding folding slot 01: READY cpu:3 01:59:31:Saving configuration to config.xml 01:59:31: 01:59:31:  01:59:31:  01:59:31: 01:59:31:  01:59:31:  01:59:31:  01:59:31:    01:59:31:  01:59:31: 01:59:31:FS00:Shutting core down 01:59:31:WU00:FS00:0xa7:WARNING:Console control signal 1 on PID 1980 01:59:31:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Exiting, please wait. . . 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Assigned to work server 13.90.152.57 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Requesting new work unit for slot 01: READY cpu:3 from 13.90.152.57 01:59:31:WU01:FS01:Connecting to 13.90.152.57:8080 01:59:32:WU01:FS01:Downloading 4.50MiB 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Download complete 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Received Unit: id:01 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:13860 run:0 clone:25182 gen:12 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000000e0d5a98395e940a09d8b7eb69 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Starting 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 01 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 3 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Started FahCore on PID 10808 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:Core PID:9748 01:59:33:WU01:FS01:FahCore 0xa7 started 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:59:33Z *********************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Args: -dir 01 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 10808 -checkpoint 15 -np 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:             3 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.13GiB 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Has Battery: false 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7: On Battery: false 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:        PID: 9748 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Project: 13860 (Run 0, Clone 25182, Gen 12) 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000000e0d5a98395e940a09d8b7eb69 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Reading tar file frame12.tpr 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame12.tpr -o frame12.trr -x frame12.xtc -e frame12.edr -cpt 15 -nt 3 01:59:34:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Steps: first=1500000 total=125000 01:59:34:WU00:FS00:0xa7:[email protected] Core Shutdown: INTERRUPTED 01:59:34:WU00:FS00:FahCore returned: INTERRUPTED (102 = 0x66) 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Starting 01:59:35:WARNING:WU00:FS00:Changed SMP threads from 5 to 2 this can cause some work units to fail 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 9712 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:Core PID:11224 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:FahCore 0xa7 started 01:59:35:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 125000 steps (0%) 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T01:59:35Z *********************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Args: -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 9712 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.43GiB 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Has Battery: false 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: On Battery: false 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        PID: 11224 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Project: 14583 (Run 0, Clone 1713, Gen 21) 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000001680fccb025e8bc8e7441c1784 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame21.tpr -o frame21.trr -x frame21.xtc -cpi state.cpt -cpt 15 -nt 2 01:59:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Steps: first=1312500 total=62500 01:59:39:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 1052 out of 62500 steps (1%) 01:59:47:Saving configuration to config.xml 01:59:47: 01:59:47:  01:59:47:  01:59:47: 01:59:47:  01:59:47:  01:59:47:  01:59:47:    01:59:47:  01:59:47: 02:00:08:Adding folding slot 02: READY cpu:2 02:00:08:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:08: 02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08: 02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08:    02:00:08:  02:00:08:  02:00:08:    02:00:08:  02:00:08: 02:00:08:FS00:Shutting core down 02:00:08:WU00:FS00:0xa7:WARNING:Console control signal 1 on PID 11224 02:00:08:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Exiting, please wait. . . 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Assigned to work server 150.136.14.110 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Requesting new work unit for slot 02: READY cpu:2 from 150.136.14.110 02:00:08:WU02:FS02:Connecting to 150.136.14.110:8080 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Downloading 1.25MiB 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Download complete 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Received Unit: id:02 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:16403 run:1512 clone:1 gen:61 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000004096880e6e5e8be086c7e76b5e 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Starting 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 02 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Started FahCore on PID 312 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:Core PID:8152 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:09Z *********************** 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Args: -dir 02 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 312 -checkpoint 15 -np 2 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:09:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.03GiB 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:        PID: 8152 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Project: 16403 (Run 1512, Clone 1, Gen 61) 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000004096880e6e5e8be086c7e76b5e 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Reading tar file frame61.tpr 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame61.tpr -o frame61.trr -x frame61.xtc -cpt 15 -nt 2 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Steps: first=30500000 total=500000 02:00:10:WU02:FS02:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 500000 steps (0%) 02:00:14:WU00:FS00:0xa7:[email protected] Core Shutdown: INTERRUPTED 02:00:14:WU00:FS00:FahCore returned: INTERRUPTED (102 = 0x66) 02:00:26:Adding folding slot 03: READY cpu:4 02:00:26:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:26: 02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26: 02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:    02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:    02:00:26:  02:00:26:  02:00:26:    02:00:26:  02:00:26: 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Assigned to work server 40.114.52.201 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Requesting new work unit for slot 03: READY cpu:4 from 40.114.52.201 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Connecting to 40.114.52.201:8080 02:00:26:WU03:FS03:Downloading 2.14MiB 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Download complete 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Received Unit: id:03 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:13850 run:0 clone:15332 gen:44 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000003a287234c95e7303679e449342 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Starting 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 03 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Started FahCore on PID 2056 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:Core PID:10812 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:27Z *********************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Args: -dir 03 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 2056 -checkpoint 15 -np 4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.36GiB 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:        PID: 10812 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Project: 13850 (Run 0, Clone 15332, Gen 44) 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000003a287234c95e7303679e449342 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Reading tar file frame44.tpr 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame44.tpr -o frame44.trr -x frame44.xtc -e frame44.edr -cpt 15 -nt 4 02:00:27:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Steps: first=22000000 total=500000 02:00:28:WU03:FS03:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 500000 steps (0%) 02:00:33:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Completed 1250 out of 125000 steps (1%) 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Starting 02:00:35:WARNING:WU00:FS00:Changed SMP threads from 2 to 1 this can cause some work units to fail 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 1 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Started FahCore on PID 2600 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:Core PID:11748 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:35Z *********************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Args: -dir 00 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 2600 -checkpoint 15 -np 1 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.30GiB 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        PID: 11748 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:        CWD: C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\work 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************** Build - libFAH ******************************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Version: 0.0.18 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Author: Joseph Coffland <[email protected]> 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:  Copyright: 2019 foldingathome.org 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Homepage: https://foldingathome.org/ 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Time: 01:52:30 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Revision: c1e3513b1bc0c16013668f2173ee969e5995b38e 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:************************************ Build ************************************* 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Project: 14583 (Run 0, Clone 1713, Gen 21) 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000001680fccb025e8bc8e7441c1784 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:35:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame21.tpr -o frame21.trr -x frame21.xtc -cpi state.cpt -cpt 15 -nt 1 02:00:36:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Steps: first=1312500 total=62500 02:00:39:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 1162 out of 62500 steps (1%) 02:00:46:Adding folding slot 04: READY cpu:5 02:00:46:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:46: 02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46: 02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46:  02:00:46:    02:00:46:  02:00:46: 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Connecting to 65.254.110.245:80 02:00:46:WARNING:WU04:FS04:Failed to get assignment from '65.254.110.245:80': No WUs available for this configuration 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Connecting to 18.218.241.186:80 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Assigned to work server 128.252.203.4 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Requesting new work unit for slot 04: READY cpu:5 from 128.252.203.4 02:00:46:WU04:FS04:Connecting to 128.252.203.4:8080 02:00:47:WU04:FS04:Downloading 4.35MiB 02:00:48:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:00:48: 02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48: 02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48:  02:00:48:    02:00:48:  02:00:48: 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Download complete 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Received Unit: id:04 state:DOWNLOAD error:NO_ERROR project:13840 run:0 clone:4728 gen:49 core:0xa7 unit:0x0000003380fccb045e6ee12fb139430a 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Starting 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Running FahCore: "C:\Program Files (x86)\FAHClient/FAHCoreWrapper.exe" C:\Users\jim\AppData\Roaming\FAHClient\cores/cores.foldingathome.org/v7/win/64bit/avx/Core_a7.fah/FahCore_a7.exe -dir 04 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11932 -checkpoint 15 -np 5 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Started FahCore on PID 11872 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:Core PID:11912 02:00:48:WU04:FS04:FahCore 0xa7 started 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:*********************** Log Started 2020-04-20T02:00:48Z *********************** 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:************************** Gromacs [email protected] Core *************************** 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Type: 0xa7 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Core: Gromacs 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Args: -dir 04 -suffix 01 -version 706 -lifeline 11872 -checkpoint 15 -np 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:             5 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:************************************ CBang ************************************* 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Date: Oct 26 2019 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Time: 01:38:25 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Revision: c46a1a011a24143739ac7218c5a435f66777f62f 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     Branch: master 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Compiler: Visual C++ 2008 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:    Options: /TP /nologo /EHa /wd4297 /wd4103 /Ox /MT 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:   Platform: win32 10 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Bits: 64 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       Mode: Release 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:************************************ System ************************************ 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:        CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-9600K CPU @ 3.70GHz 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     CPU ID: GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 13 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       CPUs: 6 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:     Memory: 15.87GiB 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Free Memory: 12.03GiB 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:    Threads: WINDOWS_THREADS 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7: OS Version: 6.2 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Has Battery: false 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7: On Battery: false 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7: UTC Offset: -4 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:        PID: 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************************************* 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:       SIMD: avx_256 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:******************************************************************************** 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Project: 13840 (Run 0, Clone 4728, Gen 49) 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Unit: 0x0000003380fccb045e6ee12fb139430a 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Reading tar file core.xml 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Reading tar file frame49.tpr 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Digital signatures verified 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Reducing thread count from 5 to 4 to avoid domain decomposition by a prime number > 3 02:00:49:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Calling: mdrun -s frame49.tpr -o frame49.trr -x frame49.xtc -e frame49.edr -cpt 15 -nt 4 02:00:50:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Steps: first=6125000 total=125000 02:00:52:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Completed 1 out of 125000 steps (0%) 02:01:31:WU00:FS00:0xa7:Completed 1250 out of 62500 steps (2%) 02:02:45:Connecting to assign1.foldingathome.org:80 02:02:45:Updated GPUs.txt 02:02:57:WU01:FS01:0xa7:Completed 2500 out of 125000 steps (2%) 02:03:39:WU04:FS04:0xa7:Completed 1250 out of 125000 steps (1%) 02:03:51:Saving configuration to config.xml 02:03:51: 02:03:51:  02:03:51:  02:03:51:  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 @JADO have you attempted to manually add them by going to Configure > Slots > Add? You should be able to leave the GPU value at -1. From there, add a slot for each potential GPU connected to the system, then save. They should reappear. If that doesn't work, you may be missing the GPUs.txt file in your [email protected] Client AppData directory. If that file is missing, visit this page, select all, save it into a notepad text file named GPUs.txt and place it in the %AppData%\FAHClient directory (Windows + R to open Run prompt, type that directory in for quick access). GPUs.txt page: https://apps.foldingathome.org/GPUs.txt Hopefully this works, if not, let me know. I'll try to troubleshoot more with you. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 edited April 20 Thanks for the help.  I am pretty knowledgeable on this stuff and at this point I am guessing it a Windows issue....but, I have no way to know.  I have tried to add them manually but since FAH sees no GPU's the add disappears as soon as I exit and go back to the settings sheet.  I have also looked at the GPUs.txt file and it is where it is supposed to be  and again everything worked correctly for over 2 weeks.  The cards have two bios's on them. You can select them with a switch.  one was modified for crypto mining the other is stock..  I was using the stock bios and everything worked fine.  I switched to crypto bios (to see if I could improve speed) and everything still worked but it was not stable.  So, I switched back to standard bios which had been working and after the switch back Folding stopped finding the cards.  Again, they show up in device manager and it reports they are working normally.  When it stopped was when I started uninstalling and installing card drivers and FAH in different combinations but have not been able to get them to reconnect.. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 Thanks for helping.  I installed 7.6.9 today and I was able to manually add the GPU's.  Problem seems to be solved for now.  Thanks again. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 Interesting that it only started after swapping to and from the VBIOS using the physical toggle switch. When you nuked the GPU drivers, did you use DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller)? Just wanting to make sure every registry entry tied to those drivers were removed prior to reinstallation. Can you provide the name of the exact model of RX 580 you're using? I'll see if I have any lying around that I can try to replicate the issue with.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 edited April 20 Actually, I don't think the VBIOS had anything to do with it.  I think it related to the latest FAH updates.. but again I am not sure.  I did use DDU (full discosure..I did not run it in Safe Mode) then I used Regedit and deleted all remnants of FAH I could find.  Still don't know why it would not find the cards after that  but after installing 7.6.9 today I was able to find and add them manually.  With 6 RX580s and a i5 9600K 6 core processor should I have any problems running all 6 cards?  Can I also safely use some of 6 cpu cores in addition to the GPU's?  Adding cards manually, FAH also added my Intel 630 motherboard graphics  GPU for processing.  I removed it because I figured that would just cause problems.  I guess what I am asking is with the hardware I have what do thin the optimal folding configuration for folding should be here?  Thanks  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 Glad to hear the GPU's are recognized now. As for the hardware configuration, [email protected] recommends leaving one processing core per GPU. Since your 9600k has exactly 6 cores, I wouldn't recommend folding on the CPU at all as it will be of very little gain and may be detrimental to your GPU's scores, which are weighted far more heavily in terms of value. I don't see any issue running the Intel iGPU as it simply uses 2MB of cache and some spare system memory, so it shouldn't impact your stability at all. It might not score all that well, but it shouldn't hurt anything either.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JADO ✭ April 20 My thoughts exactly.  Thank you for confirming.  Appreciate the help. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 20 My pleasure. Thank you for dedicating your time and system resources for a good cause. If you need anything at all, let us know. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. 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Just be careful with front mounting the AIO with how long some of the 3000 Series GPUs get. What games and resolution are you looking to play? 7 results Re: New PowerSpec G464 - issues with post Comment by TSMikeW · September 13 · Home › Customer Service Questions Greetings, Please download and install CPU-Z. When you're able, please provide us with screenshots of the Memory and SPD tabs. 15 results Re: Help choosing parts for dual work/play PC Comment by TSMikeW · September 13 · Home › Help Choosing Parts Greetings, Overall your specs look like they're in line, but there are a few things I would change on this build. First, cooling. I wouldn't use that low profile cooler on a 10700K. If you're looking for a low cost solution, consider a tower cooler like the 212 EVO. It's a 159MM tall, it's a tight fit but you'll be able to… Re: Powerspec G428: Changing to cpu AIO cooler? Comment by TSPhillipT · September 14 · Home › Cases and Cooling Hello Leverlution This case would be unable to fit an AIO at the top of the case as there are no fan mountings on it. You can fit a 120mm AIO on the exhaust on the back, but not on the top. 3 results Re: Best Gaming PC for $1500 and lower Comment by TSPhillipT · September 14 · Home › Help Choosing Parts Hello @WasteOfMind00 I highly recommend our PowerSpec PCs. Here is what we have around that price mark, The PowerSpec G706. It has a Ryzen 3700X and a 2070 Super. Do keep in mind, we are likely going to make new PowerSpecs with 3000 Series GPUs for the same price as the current ones when the 3000 Series becomes more widely… 2 results Re: Installing the latest RetroPie image with the Atari Games Card Comment by NickBiederman · September 14 · Home › Retro Arcade/Gaming @b5lurker I'm sorry to hear you're having issues with your card. You can contact our customer service team here or in store and they'll get you a new card.  4 results Re: Bios Update Comment by TSTonyV · September 14 · Home › Customer Service Questions Yes, we can perform BIOS updates at our service desk. It's $29.99, can usually be done same day assuming we're not too busy.  2 results Re: Hp Elite 8300 SFF 240W power supply graphics card upgrade Comment by TSTonyV · September 14 · Home › Help Choosing Parts A low-profile card that doesn't have separate PCIe power connection should work fine like a Geforce GT710, but you won't be able to do anything beyond that with that power supply. Do you just need it for extra monitors?  Re: Known 3080 AIB for launch Comment by TSTonyV · September 15 · Home › Graphics Cards We don't currently have a list of the specific cards we'll have available, and I wouldn't be surprised if it varied by store. (Quote) "Best" is a little subjective. The FTW3 should be on the upper end as it always is and would be one of my recommendations if you're looking for one of the higher end models.  4 results Re: What Time You Plan on Arriving for a 3080? Comment by Skeebo · September 16 · Home › Sales I was planning on around 5am or so. 12 results >1000 results «1234567…100» Community Article Corsair Lighting System Query — Micro Center Corsair Lighting System Query Ionmaster987 ✭ September 6 in Cases and Cooling I'm planning to get a Corsair H100i Platinum CPU Cooler ( 240mm rad, 2 fans ) But, i have some questions about Corsair's lighting system, specifically; Would i be able to hook every RGB cable into a Corsair RGB LED Fan Hub and just have it work? or do i need something else? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSMikeW admin September 6 Greetings @Ionmaster987 Specifically on the H100i Platinum RGB it just connects to your board via a USB 2.0 header and you run this via the iCUE software. If you have a lot of Corsair RGB devices they do sell the Corsair Command Pro to manage everything, with the Corsair Node's as expansion options for multiple devices.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Ionmaster987 ✭ September 7 edited September 7 TSMikeW said: Greetings @Ionmaster987 Specifically on the H100i Platinum RGB it just connects to your board via a USB 2.0 header and you run this via the iCUE software. If you have a lot of Corsair RGB devices they do sell the Corsair Command Pro to manage everything, with the Corsair Node's as expansion options for multiple devices.  So, i couldn't just.. connect the fans the H100i Platinum comes with to this thing and have it work and be controllable via iCUE? Because, i don't have any corsair devices, my case might be corsair but it's so old it doesn't have any controller or anything, so, do i **need** the Commander Pro to be able to have the fans light up? or, will they light up, but not be controllable lighting-wise? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Enamelized Va ✭ September 7 @Ionmaster987 with the Corsair H100i coming with that controller you plug it into a Sata connection and then there's a 3 pin you connect to the motherboard and then to that controller. From there your fans plug into the controller and once you boot into windows download the Corsair iCue to then control the RGB colors desired. I'll have to see if I might be able to take some pics of mine that I installed on my other system 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Ionmaster987 ✭ September 7 @Enamelized My friend, you're slightly misundestanding. the fans it comes with, i don't have the capability of hooking the RGB wires into anything, i was asking: do i need something fancier, or can i just get this basic controller, hook the fans into it, and they'll work just fine, be configurable and stuff? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Enamelized Va ✭ September 7 edited September 7 Not misunderstanding at all, as mentioned that controllers used to plug your fans into and through the Corsair iCue software you can in turn control the RGB of said fans 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Ionmaster987 ✭ September 7 So, i don't need a commander pro at all? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSPhillipT admin September 7 Hello @Ionmaster987 I am the biggest Corsair fan here at Micro Center haha.  Let me see if I can assist you with this! The Corsair RGB Fan Hub (the one pictured) will power the RGB For your Corsair RGB Fans.  It will not allow you to control the RGB however, it just defaults them to the default RGB setting on the Fan (Rainbow Cycle usually).  You can however, connect the RGB Fan Hub to either the Lightning Node PRO or the Commander PRO.  These will connect to the RGB Fan HUB and then connect to a USB 2.0 header on your motherboard.   In short, to make it controllable, you WILL need to connect it to the Lightning Node PRO or Commander PRO.   0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Ionmaster987 ✭ September 7 edited September 7 Darn, would i at-least be able to control their speed through the hub? Or no? If so, i might as-well just get a Commander Pro, since it has enough slots to control the fans the AIO comes with. In the future, might want a lighting node pro to be able to have the RGB be seperate for other fans.. So, now a question: do you think that AIO can fit inside a Carbide Series Spec01?  https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/529832591134556162/752558364168552489/unknown.png This is my case, it looks like it'll fit at the top if the tank is towards the front.. Wait hang on, i just looked, apparently the one i've been talking about is the iCUE H100I RGB PRO XT Liquid Cooler, the Platinum's a bit too expensive, but it appears it doesn't even have rgb fans, so i might not even need a commander.. What's the difference between the iCUE H100I RGB PRO XT Liquid Cooler and the Hydro Series H100i RGB Platinum 240mm Liquid CPU Cooler? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin September 7 The fan speed is controllable by your motherboard/monitoring software, based on your CPU temperature. You do NOT need the Lighting Node Pro or Commander Pro to change the actual fan speeds. The difference between the two coolers is that the H100i RGB PRO XT does not have RGB fans, while the H100i platinum does. Both of them have RGB on the pump.  Based on Cosair's spec sheet for your case it can only support a 120mm radiator, not a 240mm.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Ionmaster987 ✭ September 7 TSTonyV said: The fan speed is controllable by your motherboard/monitoring software, based on your CPU temperature. You do NOT need the Lighting Node Pro or Commander Pro to change the actual fan speeds. The difference between the two coolers is that the H100i RGB PRO XT does not have RGB fans, while the H100i platinum does. Both of them have RGB on the pump.  Based on Cosair's spec sheet for your case it can only support a 120mm radiator, not a 240mm.  You sure a 240mm won't fit? the top, if the back fan was removed, could probably fit it in.. If not, I'm not really sure what to do, i've been wanting an AIO just because it'd be quieter and better looking that i haven't given any thought to what i'd do if i couldn't even put it in. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin September 7 I'm going based on Corsair's spec sheet on their website.  https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Carbide-Series™-SPEC-01-Red-LED-Mid-Tower-Gaming-Case/p/CC-9011050-WW#tab-tech-specs Even if it looks like there's room, the question is what the clearances are. The problem with the Spec-01 is that if you install a top-mounted radiator and fans they will come down far enough that they'll cover the tops of the RAM slots as well as the 8-pin CPU power on the top-left corner, and any other things like fan headers across the top. If your RAM or anything else plugged in across the top is too tall, you won't be able to properly install the cooler.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Ionmaster987 ✭ September 7 So, then i'd need a new case.. Well, thank you for confirming this, i will not be buying an AIO liquid cooler because apparently it won't fit. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Join the MicroCenterOfficial Folding@Home Team: #257944 - Page 6 — Micro Center Join the MicroCenterOfficial [email protected] Team: #257944 «1…3456789…20» Go Comments Kirito ✭✭ April 29 Mine are the bottom three.  Hard to find NVidia Cards that fit inside a Lenovo ThinkStation C30. Kirito 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter 1TM ✭ April 29 Them GPUs are pretty costly; these days I’d suggest holding off on buying it unless one holds a steady job. that is unless you get one gifted or loaned to you. Then there are many ways to fit a big gpu in a slim case such as  case modding and cutting a hole in the cover so it looks like a hood of a muscle car with power cables protruding out mounting the card sideways and using this or similar connector microcenter.com/product/609609/maingear-vertical-gpu-mount using an adaptor to connect the power cable (couldnt find on MC site) aliexpress.com/item/4000095362629.html keeping the cover off for better ventilation, and if aesthetics must prevail turning the open side to a wall 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin April 29 1TM said: Them GPUs are pretty costly; these days I’d suggest holding off on buying it unless one holds a steady job. that is unless you get one gifted or loaned to you. Then there are many ways to fit a big gpu in a slim case such as  case modding and cutting a hole in the cover so it looks like a hood of a muscle car with power cables protruding out mounting the card sideways and using this or similar connector microcenter.com/product/609609/maingear-vertical-gpu-mount using an adaptor to connect the power cable (couldnt find on MC site) aliexpress.com/item/4000095362629.html keeping the cover off for better ventilation, and if aesthetics must prevail turning the open side to a wall I have always been a firm believer that if it does not fit, a Dremel will fix that, lol.  I've been considering buying some PCIe risers and one of those Kingwin miner open frame chassis to use with our folding rig. Right now, the GPU's are so sandwiched together that I have to use fans to force air in between them, and it looks pretty tacky.  https://www.microcenter.com/product/602666/bitspower-pci-express-x16-30 & https://www.microcenter.com/product/505935/kingwin-6-bay-miner-atx-open-air-gpu-case. Should let me use 4 2080 Ti's without starving them of air, assuming I space them out properly and maybe add some fans to the rear. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ April 29 edited April 29 1TM said: One way to check if you have set up passkey correctly and are getting bonus is to enter your folding username here:   https://apps.foldingathome.org/cpu and see if "Got bonus" is 1. Bonus activates after passkey is set up and 10 work units are done. Thanks for the info wish I knew i thought i did something wrong so i pulled it off just to be safe I'm putting the passkey back in now. Then putting myself in the corner lol bad miller lol 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ April 29 I have a work unit for the gpu that's tried to upload since last night right now its tried 15 times but for some reason cant connect to the server any idea on how to help it get there 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter 1TM ✭ April 30 edited April 30 kmiller922 said: I have a work unit for the gpu that's tried to upload since last night right now its tried 15 times but for some reason cant connect to the server any idea on how to help it get there I had two units like this yesterday from Ohio server 3.133.76.19, lost 5 hours and ~430K points as it got done, uploaded but server dumped the results, so these things happen. Sometimes servers just run out of storage space and need to wait for the next cloud to come by : ) to get your results uploaded.  If you have an "unlimited" internet connection and other work is running, just let it be as eventually these servers will reopen for connection. Otherwise, read on. What is the message that server gives in the log? - I couldn't find a way to see the log on WebControl so you may need to open the AdvancedControl, as follows: in the bottom right of the screen there's usually clock, and next to it a caret ^ sign. Click on that, and a small menu opens, click on the colored molecule, then click AdvancedControl.  The number of the stuck unit is in the Work Queue below showing as Sending. You may click on it, and info will show on the right. Note that sending unit ID number. Then in the upper middle click Log. Now that has a lot of text. Below that Log tab, if you check the box Unit and select the work unit number which can't get uploaded, the log will show messages just for this stuck unit.  1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter 1TM ✭ April 30 We are #22 by daily points  https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_list.php?s=&srt=3&p=1 4 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ April 30 1TM said: I had two units like this yesterday from Ohio server 3.133.76.19, lost 5 hours and ~430K points as it got done, uploaded but server dumped the results, so these things happen. Sometimes servers just run out of storage space and need to wait for the next cloud to come by : ) to get your results uploaded.  If you have an "unlimited" internet connection and other work is running, just let it be as eventually these servers will reopen for connection. Otherwise, read on. What is the message that server gives in the log? - I couldn't find a way to see the log on WebControl so you may need to open the AdvancedControl, as follows: in the bottom right of the screen there's usually clock, and next to it a caret ^ sign. Click on that, and a small menu opens, click on the colored molecule, then click AdvancedControl.  The number of the stuck unit is in the Work Queue below showing as Sending. You may click on it, and info will show on the right. Note that sending unit ID number. Then in the upper middle click Log. Now that has a lot of text. Below that Log tab, if you check the box Unit and select the work unit number which can't get uploaded, the log will show messages just for this stuck unit.  16:03:04:WU00:FS01:Sending unit results: id:00 state:SEND error:NO_ERROR project:16435 run:1517 clone:1 gen:1 core:0x22 unit:0x0000000303854c135e9a4ef94b03f63e 16:03:04:WU00:FS01:Uploading 141.52MiB to 3.133.76.19 16:03:04:WU00:FS01:Connecting to 3.133.76.19:8080 16:03:04:WARNING:WU00:FS01:Exception: Failed to send results to work server: Transfer failed 16:03:04:WU00:FS01:Trying to send results to collection server 16:03:04:WU00:FS01:Uploading 141.52MiB to 3.21.157.11 16:03:04:WU00:FS01:Connecting to 3.21.157.11:8080 16:03:04:ERROR:WU00:FS01:Exception: Transfer failed I'm just letting it do its thing just figured i'd ask since I've had other units for the same server with no issue since 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ April 30 We have crossed the 3 Billion folding points for the team. 2 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter 1TM ✭ April 30 Thank you for getting to the log files. Yes, this looks normal, it tried both the regular and backup servers. Let it be for now. I just had one unit completed and uploaded to this same 3.133.76.19 Ohio server, so it seems ok and may upload your result eventually.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter MightyMayfield Mayfield Heights, OH ✭✭ May 1 edited May 1 We're also having some upload issues here as well. They will eventually get through, however frustrating it can be short-term to troubleshooting related issues. 1TM said: We are #22 by daily points  https://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_list.php?s=&srt=3&p=1 I think we can do better! [edit: as of edit, we are already at 21. we can still do better] 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter ryau admin May 1 @kmiller922I also have a GPU WU that's stuck trying to upload to the same server.... I don't have any suggestions, just empathizing, because... my points! 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 1 edited May 1 I was just trying to make sure everything that can be done is. For me its become a personal battel against the virius. A Fellow firefighter lost his battle against it and also have had some friends that have tested positive and are in the hospital now. I've taken notice in the descriptions for each unit change as they are now trying diffrent methods of possiable entry to fight it and I just want to do everything I possiably can as a friend and fellow first responder. I only look at the points for the team not so much for myself. I'm lucky enough to be in a possition to start to consider what new video card i'm going to get but like always when i've done builds in the past it always seems to be the hardest part. 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter ryau admin May 1 kmiller922 said: I was just trying to make sure everything that can be done is. For me its become a personal battel against the virius. A Fellow firefighter lost his battle against it and alsohave had some friends that have tested positive and are in the hospital now. I've taken notice in the descriptions for each unit change as they are now trying diffrent methods of possiable entry to fight it and I just want to do everything I possiably can as a friend and fellow first responder. I only look at the points for the team not so much for myself. I'm lucky enough to be in a possition to start to consider what new video card i'm going to get but like always when i've done builds in the past it always seems to be the hardest part. Sorry for your loss. I recently lost someone to COVID within my extended family, so while I was making light of the situation, it IS a serious matter. I'm very appreciative of all the folks that have joined the fight by folding, whether that's with MicroCenterOfficial or another team. With as much social distancing and isolation that's going on, this is at least something that feels like we're being proactive and trying to do something to help. 2 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin May 1 Warning: What you are about to see may cause extreme discomfort or sheer amazement. You might be asking yourself: "What in the world am I looking at?!". Well, let me explain... This motherboard & CPU happens to be the very same components used in our Threadripper 3990X review. They sit atop an industrial grade foam, held to the chassis using only the finest zip ties on the market. To cool this monster, we opted for a 360mm AIO and special nano-fiber velcro ties. Since we are folding for team Micro Center, I opted for the blue. Lastly, we needed some monster graphics cards to fold with. I grabbed a couple 2080 Ti's and a 2080 Super and put them to work. So far, this configuration nets around 9M PPD according to the folding client, however I am looking to expand on the PSU to use another GPU.  In all seriousness, if you want a similar setup, these open air "miner" chassis are phenomenal to work with. Helped improve my scoring by giving me some space in between the GPU's so I wasn't starving them for air. My clock speeds went from 1630mhz when constrained on airflow back up to 1900mhz boost clocks. My exact chassis and risers are listed below. Chassis: https://www.microcenter.com/product/505935/kingwin-6-bay-miner-atx-open-air-gpu-case PCIe Extension Risers: https://www.microcenter.com/product/602666/bitspower-pci-express-x16-30 If you do go this route, use a normal ATX motherboard and a standard ATX power supply. My use of an EATX motherboard made this far more difficult than it needed to be, as none of the standoffs lined up, resulting in me insulating the metal frame with a thick piece of foam and zip tying the board down. My PSU, while the same width as a normal ATX PSU, is much longer. I would recommend going with a standard size and tying the cables up for a cleaner look.  Either way, I've had a lot of fun working on this project and I am thankful that everyone else is pitching in too. If anyone was worried about their setup, hopefully this makes you feel better! 3 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 2 edited May 2 So I did finally pull the trigger and purchase a new viedo card, but not to worry my old one is still up and turning as I type. I was going to get the 2080 super but as it turned out the inventory file was incorrect how ever since I was already there they checked to see what they did have on hand at the store. I left with the Asus RTX 2080 TI Overclocked. So came home and moved a few things around in my case. Also processor is the I9-9900 As You can see I was lucky enough not to have to move a hole lot much to the credit of my case with the cable mainly ran to the back side to allow better airflow in the case. Now my 980 Ti card is just below the 2080 Ti and is working very smothly. Pardon the dust as my son decided to snap the picture just before I cleaned it. 2 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter MightyMayfield Mayfield Heights, OH ✭✭ May 2 TSMichaelB said: They sit atop an industrial grade foam, held to the chassis using only the finest zip ties on the market. To cool this monster, we opted for a 360mm AIO and special nano-fiber velcro ties. My use of an EATX motherboard made this far more difficult than it needed to be, as none of the standoffs lined up, resulting in me insulating the metal frame with a thick piece of foam and zip tying the board down.  This sounds like a passage from Linus' book in the making Everything is more official with zipties, though. 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 2 edited May 2 Don't forget the duct tape. That for when you need to attach a air conditioner to keep the temps a bit cooler. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 2 edited May 2 Does anyone use the link to monitor other folding clients on one system instead of walking around to all of them? I know that I'm missing something stupid just can't think of what it is. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter MightyMayfield Mayfield Heights, OH ✭✭ May 2 edited May 2 kmiller922 said: Does anyone use the link to monitor other folding clients on one system instead of walking around to all of them? I know that I'm missing something stupid just can't think of what it is. The internal advanced viewer is not so bad if they are on the same network. If they aren't....then yeah. Not so good. I have a machine that has about a dozen of the important ones to watch. I don't miss having to run around and do the same thing on every machine. All I could hear in my head was.. Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, Trash it, change it, mail, upgrade it 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Harveyspaljb ✭ May 2 Ryau- Wondering if you will be doing a another interview with Dr. Bowman?  It might give everyone a boost to join in. And also a update on what's happening. Might need some more horsepower units. 2 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 2 edited May 2 I knew it was something stuip that i was doing wrong lol. Now the warp drive is working. It's always a tiny thing that you forget about that stops something from doing what you want. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 4 Did they change the update setting again on the page? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter ryau admin May 4 Harveyspaljb said: Ryau- Wondering if you will be doing a another interview with Dr. Bowman?  It might give everyone a boost to join in. And also a update on what's happening. Might need some more horsepower units. Dr Bowman is a busy man these days, but I agree, I'd love to chat with him again on progress and what new sites they might be targeting for folding projects - thanks for the suggestion. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter ryau admin May 4 The MicroCenterOfficial team has now folded over 229,000 work units, scoring 3.6 Billion points and is now ranked #49! Such an amazing response and contribution by everyone, thank you all for participating and helping to grow the team. What an amazing first month of growth! 2 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 4 I'm in for the duration, had to take my one system down for a bit of a maintaince / cooling upgrade, wanted to make sure i didn't have any unexpected major issue that would knock me out for any length of time. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter ChrisHarshman ✭✭ May 5 I'm addicted... I went and upgraded the power supply and GPU on my second computer yesterday.  I'll spare everyone the pictures though, no-one really needs to see my 17 year old Antec Super Lanboy case, or the even older ugly beige box my computers are in.  2 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 5 edited May 5 I'm pretty sure I have the biggest supply i can get the Corsair AX1500I and honestly the best and most effecient one that I've ever owned. Right now I'm looking to get a case that would be able to hold two systems in it, Just trying to find them when they are in stock is the difficult part. When I do though I would be open to suggestions for the best way to go to set it up dedicated to doing this. I'm open to different system types Intel/AMD as well as best platform to run on. I know it's not done overnight by far especially if I go about doing it right. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter RedJr55 NEOH ✭ May 6 MightyMayfield said: kmiller922 said: Does anyone use the link to monitor other folding clients on one system instead of walking around to all of them? I know that I'm missing something stupid just can't think of what it is. The internal advanced viewer is not so bad if they are on the same network. If they aren't....then yeah. Not so good. I have a machine that has about a dozen of the important ones to watch. I don't miss having to run around and do the same thing on every machine. All I could hear in my head was.. Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, Trash it, change it, mail, upgrade it Okay, so what's the trick to add clients with Advanced Control? I click "add", name is the default "client0", entered the local IP address of the other machine,  default port "36330", no password, then saved. From that point, client0 stays at "Connecting". I also tried using Hostname instead of IP. Still no go.............. Is there additional configuration for the remote client? There is a mesh node (wired backhaul, no WiFi) & a switch between the 2 machines, but both are on the same network. Fahclient is allowed on private networks in Windows Defender Firewall. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter kmiller922 Glenside, Pa ✭✭✭ May 6 RedJr55 said: MightyMayfield said: kmiller922 said: Does anyone use the link to monitor other folding clients on one system instead of walking around to all of them? I know that I'm missing something stupid just can't think of what it is. The internal advanced viewer is not so bad if they are on the same network. If they aren't....then yeah. Not so good. I have a machine that has about a dozen of the important ones to watch. I don't miss having to run around and do the same thing on every machine. All I could hear in my head was.. Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, Trash it, change it, mail, upgrade it Okay, so what's the trick to add clients with Advanced Control? I click "add", name is the default "client0", entered the local IP address of the other machine,  default port "36330", no password, then saved. From that point, client0 stays at "Connecting". I also tried using Hostname instead of IP. Still no go.............. Is there additional configuration for the remote client? There is a mesh node (wired backhaul, no WiFi) & a switch between the 2 machines, but both are on the same network. Fahclient is allowed on private networks in Windows Defender Firewall. in the ip address restriction section i have this and it worked 127.0.0.1, 192.168.0.0 but the key is in your router management find the ip address for the one that your trying to control use that when you add client example 192.168.0.12 then the password you enter in above section of the ip restriction. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter «1…3456789…20» Go Leave a Comment BoldItalicStrikethroughOrdered listUnordered list Format Heading 1Heading 2 QuoteCodeSpoiler Emoji Url Image Align leftAlign centerAlign rightToggle HTML viewToggle full pageToggle lights Drop image/file Home • Announcements, News & LaunchesComment As ... Community Article Finding right build — Micro Center Finding right build dpt ✭ July 15 in Help Choosing Parts Hi, I am currently looking for a gaming pc that does not have liquid as I am not that good with computers. I am afraid. I may break it if maintenance is required on the cooling system. Is this pc liquid cooled? https://www.microcenter.com/product/613824/powerspec-g464-gaming-computer This is another one I was looking at which I believe is liquid cooled. My other option I guess to to have one built. They just don’t have all the components available at the micro center near me. https://www.microcenter.com/product/624234/dell-alienware-aurora-r10-gaming-computer 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSMikeW admin July 15 The Powerspec system is liquid cooled, but it's an AIO system. AIO water cooling systems are closed loop systems. You'll never do any maintenance or have to refill it at all. Basically you'll just run it until the pump dies and replace it at that point, which should be several years down the road or longer. It's a simple solution even if you're building on your own. You attach the water block just like any after market air cooler and mount the radiator like case fans essentially. We can certainly do a custom build for you and we do custom water cooling loops as well. Custom loops are different, as they are assembled, filled and leak tested. They do have to be drained, cleaned and refilled from time to time. Custom water cooling loops do offer far greater performance, the pumps you'll find, either the D5 or DDC have considerably higher flow rates than what you'll find in AIO's. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter dpt ✭ July 15 TSMikeW said: The Powerspec system is liquid cooled, but it's an AIO system. AIO water cooling systems are closed loop systems. You'll never do any maintenance or have to refill it at all. Basically you'll just run it until the pump dies and replace it at that point, which should be several years down the road or longer. It's a simple solution even if you're building on your own. You attach the water block just like any after market air cooler and mount the radiator like case fans essentially. We can certainly do a custom build for you and we do custom water cooling loops as well. Custom loops are different, as they are assembled, filled and leak tested. They do have to be drained, cleaned and refilled from time to time. Custom water cooling loops do offer far greater performance, the pumps you'll find, either the D5 or DDC have considerably higher flow rates than what you'll find in AIO's. Thank you for your response. What about the Alienware R10 you guys have? Is it also an AIO? https://www.microcenter.com/product/624234/dell-alienware-aurora-r10-gaming-computer 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMikeW admin July 15 Based on what I can find it's a 120MM Asetek AIO water cooler. The Powerspec is a Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter dpt ✭ July 17 edited July 17 thank you! so I purchased the Aurora R10 from you guys. I was expecting an Alienware keyboard and mouse but only received a generic dell keyboard and mouse. Is this normal? I watched unboxing videos of the R10 and the PC came with an Alienware keyboard and mouse in every video.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Alienware R10 — Micro Center Alienware R10 dpt ✭ July 15 in Customer Service Questions I want to buy the Ryzen edition Alienware desktop but do not want something that is liquid cooled. the one available with microcenter has the ryzen 7 3800x. it does not mention how it is cooled and on the Alienware website it says that for that processor liquid cooling is required. Does this PC from Microcenter have liquid cooling? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments DreadPirateRoberts ✭ July 15 What PC are you referring to? Do you have the link for the one you're referring to? If you can share that, I or they might be able to better answer.   1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter dpt ✭ July 15 Yes, thank you. The link is below. https://www.microcenter.com/product/624234/dell-alienware-aurora-r10-gaming-computer 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter dpt ✭ July 15 DreadPirateRoberts said: What PC are you referring to? Do you have the link for the one you're referring to? If you can share that, I or they might be able to better answer.   https://www.microcenter.com/product/624234/dell-alienware-aurora-r10-gaming-computer 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter DreadPirateRoberts ✭ July 15 edited July 15 @dpt Hmm. I think you're right. Based on Dell's specs and requirements for the prebuilt I'd assume they don't ship it without an AIO cooler.  As compact as this case is, I think you're probably better off with an AIO. Is there a specific reason you don't want it liquid cooled?  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter dpt ✭ July 15 well it will be my first gaming pc and I’ve heard liquid cooled PCs require a lot of maintenance and was advised against it since it could damage my components if it broke. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter dpt ✭ July 15 DreadPirateRoberts said: @dpt Hmm. I think you're right. Based on Dell's specs and requirements for the prebuilt I'd assume they don't ship it without an AIO cooler.  As compact as this case is, I think you're probably better off with an AIO. Is there a specific reason you don't want it liquid cooled?  well it will be my first gaming pc and I’ve heard liquid cooled PCs require a lot of maintenance and was advised against it since it could damage my components if it broke. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin July 16 dpt said: well it will be my first gaming pc and I’ve heard liquid cooled PCs require a lot of maintenance and was advised against it since it could damage my components if it broke. Liquid cooling requires a lot of extra maintenance if you're building a custom open-loop. For a pre-built with a closed-loop AIO like this, there isn't really any extra maintenance you'd have to do.  If we want to be technical, yes, if the water cooler starts leaking you run the risk of damaging your other components, and since you're dealing with both a pump and fans there's technically more points of failure. However, failures like that are pretty rare and I don't think your overall risk on the system is much higher than it would be with an air cooler.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter dpt ✭ July 17 TSTonyV said: dpt said: well it will be my first gaming pc and I’ve heard liquid cooled PCs require a lot of maintenance and was advised against it since it could damage my components if it broke. Liquid cooling requires a lot of extra maintenance if you're building a custom open-loop. For a pre-built with a closed-loop AIO like this, there isn't really any extra maintenance you'd have to do.  If we want to be technical, yes, if the water cooler starts leaking you run the risk of damaging your other components, and since you're dealing with both a pump and fans there's technically more points of failure. However, failures like that are pretty rare and I don't think your overall risk on the system is much higher than it would be with an air cooler.  Thank you! incase you or anybody else was wondering I decided to buy the pc. I was expecting a high end alienware keyboard and mouse to come with it. It was just an ordinary Dell Mouse and keyboard but overall I love the PC. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article 9700k CPU running hot... — Micro Center 9700k CPU running hot... Camco ✭ March 2 in CPU's, Memory and Motherboards So, I recently bought a pre-built, as my options were limited to how I got my new PC. I've many in the past, but hard times makes decisions a little more complicated. Anyways... So I got the PC delivered on Friday the 28th. Hated the layout of the case and the sketchy CPU, so I swapped them with parts I already had (Fractal Meshify C and a EVGA 750 G+ psu) Over the course of the weekend I was monitoring temps/speeds via CPUID and CPU-Z and noticed that my CPU is running almost constantly at 4.5ghz to 4.9ghz. This concerned me given the 9700k is supposed to be clocked at 3.6ghz and I have not done any overclock. For cooling, it is some cheap CoolerMaster 120mm AIO. I currently have 3 120mm intakes, and 3 120mm exhausts.  Motherboard is an ASUS Prime Z390-P. I went to see if anything was set to OC, but I could not find anything, but maybe I am missing something. Any help would be appreciated as, I already ordered some better fans in hope to help combat this overheating issue, and not trying to spend even more on this system. Additional info: CPU idles at 28-40c at 21.1C ambient. When gaming, my CPU was hitting 96C playing The Division 2 and Modern Warfare, before I shut it down. Specs: CPU: Intel Core i7-9700K Mobo: ASUS Prime Z390-P RAM: 32GB (8x4GB) Crucial Ballistix Sport @ 3000mhz GPU: PNY nVidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super (blower style) Cooling: Some cheap CoolerMaster 129mm aio Fans: 2 Fractal 120mm, 4 Apevia fans If any other information is needed, please let me know.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin March 2 The clock speeds on your 9700k are very normal actually, the base frequency is 3.6GHz but the max turbo-boost for the 9700k is 4.9GHz which it will boost to automatically as temperatures allow. Your idle temperatures are fine, but hitting 90+ in gaming is pretty darn high. That's thermal-throttling territory which means reduced performance from your CPU. First things first would be to replace the thermal paste and make sure the cooler is nice and snug on your CPU. You could also try setting a more aggressive curve for the CPU fan in your BIOS or via controlling software and see if that helps.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Camco ✭ March 3 Alright, I suppose that makes a bit of sense for the speeds. I've replaced the thermal paste twice actually. The first time was because I wasn't sure of the factory application, and turns out it looked like someone used 3/4 of a tube of paste on it, and the second time, to ensure I had a snug fit.  The Bios on this mobo has been a pain, but I did set more aggressive curves, and still getting up there in temps. About 20 minutes ago, from this comment, my AIO made a weird noise, and sounded like it came from the pump. Not sure what it was, but nothing I've heard before. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin March 3 Is the pump actually plugged into the CPU fan header or the AIO pump header on your board? If it's not, try moving it to that and setting the speed to be 100% and see if it makes a significant difference. The pump should be running at 100% all the time really. If that doesn't help, then I'm going to say it's likely the pump on your cooler is going out, especially if it's making strange noises.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Camco ✭ March 5 After talking to a buddy of mine, he told me to do exactly what you stated. It was plugged into the pump header, so we changed it out. Was still getting terrible temps. Ordered a Noctua NH-U12 Chromax, which came in the mail today (technically yesterday now), and I dropped from mid 90s to barely over 70C in most cases, with a fairly aggressiveness curve. I am going to assume the AIO in my prebuilt was just bad as they apparently do NOT test their full systems before selling. Either way, problem solved. Thanks for the insight, got me learning a few things these past two days.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin March 6 Yep, that sounds about right. Probably a bad pump leading to bad circulation. Happens once in a while unfortunately.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article New to building, Need thought — Micro Center New to building, Need thought Braxton ✭ August 6 in Help Choosing Parts I plan to live stream Nintendo Switch gameplay, along with going off on my iPhone. I'm also kind of on a budget. Would this work well for me or can I go a lesser expensive route? I like the case and don't really want to change that.  https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=168eee54-8494-4238-a7b4-295f63a0d9a7 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments AlexS admin August 6 Greetings @Braxton and welcome to the Micro Center Community! So let's see what we can do here without modifying the case.  The processor and motherboard are completely fine for streaming, but the one thing you will need to do is probably get a capture card like an El Gato PCIe card. To try and shave some of the budget, let's go over the rest of the build: I see you have two solid state drives selected, both an M.2 and 2.5" and a 1TB HDD.  With the combination of the pricing, I'd recommend just putting all that money towards 1 single SSD.  Unless you plan to overclock, you do not need the AIO cooling kit and switching over to a Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB (included the RGB version in case you wanted some color in the build still) should provide ample cooling to the i3 processor. Swapping out the AIO should also free up some money to put towards a more quality PSU like the Thermaltake Smart Series (SKU: 981142) 8GB should be sufficient enough to get your streaming going if you're just capturing gameplay from your Switch or iPhone but you will still need to purchase a capture card at some point. Build without El Gato - https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=b9c0bdbb-26d6-4b4a-a65c-5d2ae54b1056 ) $670.88 +tax vs $651.92 +tax Build with El Gato - https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=b9c0bdbb-26d6-4b4a-a65c-5d2ae54b1056 $670.88 +tax vs $851.91 +tax I hope this provided a little insight for you!  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Motherboard options — Micro Center Motherboard options Relentless180 ✭ July 20 in Help Choosing Parts Hey everyone! Long story short my gigabyte x570 Aorus Master has been giving me some issues and gigabyte's customer service has really turned me off from using them again. I'm looking for motherboards similar to the one i have to replace it with. I was looking at the "Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming". My biggest concern is making sure i have enough headers and all that jazz to fit all the stuff in my current build. Ryzen 9 3900x, RTX 2080 Super OC, 2 LL Corsair fans, and the H115 platinum corsair AIO. I built this PC on my own and it was my first one, but i still am new and a little confused on making sure that when I do swap motherboards that it will be somewhat an easy transition  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSMikeW admin July 20 This motherboard has two chassis fan headers and two CPU fan headers. Keep in mind with fans you can always buy breakout cables, if you need to merge them into using a single header. It has dedicated AIO and W_PUMP headers as well for the H115. These headers are set to run at full speed, so you won't have issues with the motherboard trying to throttle your water pump. 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article New PC Build — Micro Center New PC Build gms2257 ✭ September 4 edited September 4 in Help Choosing Parts Hi. I had an earlier post, but I’ve completely changed my build since I found out one of the programs I use every day doesn’t work well with AMD and I decided to go with 6 Asus VN279QL 27 inch monitors vs the 2 monitors I have. I figured it was easier to start a new post so it wasn’t confusing. Here’s the build. I’m hoping to have it built tonight or tomorrow or microcenter. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=5c7657b7-ce39-4925-99ba-6fd8fcdaffe7  Here's some background on what I will be using the machine for. I'm a full-time day trader and I put very heavy loads on my machine with multiple trading platforms, running other multiple programs, and a screen capture recording my screens during market hours. I’m a very heavy multitasker and put heavy loads on my machine. I will NOT be using this PC for any gaming. It’s strictly a work PC for heavy multitasking and day trading. The trading programs I use are Think or Swim, Scanz, Stocks To Trade, and Etrade Pro.  These are some specific things I’m unsure of:  CPU Cooling: I chose the Corsair iCUE H11 5i RGB from high recommendations but not sure if this is the best choice in a water cooler, and I’m not sure if water cooling is better for the i9-1000K vs air cooling. Quick Update: My friend just told me has a brand new Corsair iCUE H115i RGB Pro XT, 280mm Radiator, Dual 140mm PWM Fans, Software Control, Liquid CPU Cooler that he said he can give me and it's event better than the one I chose.  I also have access from this same friend to the Noctua NH-U12S, Noctua NH-U12DX i4, and the Noctua NH-U14S which he recommends. I’m also open to a different water cooler if that’s recommended if I can purchase it at microcenter this weekend. Any thoughts on liquid vs air? Is liquid safe from leaking etc? I’ve heard it’s more efficient but not sure if there is risk destroying my machine from a water leak.  Memory: I have 2 choices for RAM I can use. DDR4-2666 CL16 Memory or DDR4-3200 CL16. I don’t know which is the better choice for the Intel Core i9-10900K 3.7 GHz. Someone sent me this link https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/199332/intel-core-i9-10900k-processor-20m-cache-up-to-5-30-ghz.html and said don’t use higher than 2933 speed since that’s the speed that Intel guarantees the CPU/RAM will be stable at. Is that correct?  Memory 2: Another question I have is about enabling Intel XMP to make RAM run at it’s advertised speed. https://www.howtogeek.com/257766/how-to-enable-intel-xmp-to-make-your-ram-run-at-its-advertised-speeds/. Is this something that microcenter can do during the build and should I have it done?  Secondary Storage: I chose the Samsung 870 QVO 4 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive over an HDD because I have about 3TB of files, and even thought I don’t access them everyday, sometimes I need to search for something and it takes so long on the HDD externals I have. Will the SSD help me with quicker searches, opening files quicker, and updating things in the files?  Video Card: I chose the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB WINDFORCE OC Video Card but I also was considering the ASUS GeForce GTX 1650 Dual Overclocked Dual-Fan 4GB GDDR5 PCIe 3.0 Graphics Card. It seemed to me the Gigabytes was a better choice but not sure.  Case: I chose the Fractal Design Meshify C ATX Mid Tower Case because a few friends have them and love them. I’m hoping this is a good choice. Thank you for any input on my questions and anything else you might add. Please feel free to ask me any questions. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments gms2257 ✭ September 4 Quick Update: My friend just told me has a brand new Corsair iCUE H115i RGB Pro XT, 280mm Radiator, Dual 140mm PWM Fans, Software Control, Liquid CPU Cooler that he said he can give me and it's event better than the one I chose.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin September 4 edited September 4 Liquid cooling is, technically speaking, more risky than air cooling, but in reality the rate of failures of liquid coolers are still extremely small, and leaks are one of the least common problems. You're much more likely to have the pump go bad than for the cooler to start leaking. As long as you're running the cooler within specifications and install it properly, you should be fine. That said, high-end air coolers can compete very well with AIO liquid coolers. Of those Noctua coolers you listed I would recommend the NH-U14S as the best of the bunch. I'll also mention the Noctua NH-D15 which is going to be extremely similar performance as a 240mm AIO liquid cooler. The NH-U14S isn't too far behind it but strictly speaking the NH-D15 or a 240mm AIO are better.  Go with the 3200 speed memory for your RAM of those two choices, and yes, you should absolutely be running XMP.  SSDs will generally just make everything faster on your PC. Transferring files, booting Windows, loading programs, searching for things. It's one of the best investments you can make into the performance of your system. For your video card, since you're not actually doing anything graphically intensive I would just choose the cheapest option that will let you support the number of monitors you need at their resolution.  The Meshify C is a great case, just keep in mind that it only comes with two fans. If you go with that Corsair AIO liquid cooler you can mount that in the front and then have on exhaust fan on the top and the back which would be a good setup.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter gms2257 ✭ September 4 Thanks. Interesting about the Noctua NH-D15. I was considering that until I was told it bend the motherboard because of the weight. I’m thinking maybe that wasn’t good info. Would you go with the 240mm AIO liquid cooler or the NH-U14S? I don’t mind if something goes wrong with the AIO to gain a more efficient system. I was just concerned with it leaking and frying the system. Wow I really wanted to go with the 3200 speed and started to question it mainly because of being told things like this that I pulled off a website that builds machines for trading so I started to get nervous about system stability. What do you think? “If you’re planning on building your own PC, be sure to cross reference the memory chips model and version number with the motherboard’s BIOS version and the motherboard vendors Qualified Vendor List for memory they tested to help improve stability/compatibility.”  “Intel rates their CPUs at a given memory frequency, which is the speed that Intel guarantees the CPU/RAM will be stable at. For the 10th gen processors, that’s around 2933 MHz. There are RAM chips available at 3600 MHz or even much higher currently. There’s almost no extra performance to be gained by running the RAM at extremely high frequencies and it comes with the risk of decreased stability. If customers want max RAM frequency, we are happy to build out the system with higher speed RAM, usually at no extra cost, but it comes with a heads up from the start that those speeds aren’t officially certified and it may not be the best idea.” https://www.crucial.com/memory/ddr4/bl2k32g32c16u4b  https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/199332/intel-core-i9-10900k-processor-20m-cache-up-to-5-30-ghz.html  https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/PRIME-Z490-A/  I’m glad you said yes about the XMP. Can the techs at microcenter that will build this do that?  I should have clarified the SSD would be for extra storage. For the main drive I’m going to use the M.2 Samsung 970 Evo+. Will I still benefit with the files on the secondary SSD for opening, writing, searching etc? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin September 4 Are you planning on doing a lot of overclocking? If so then I'd go with the 240mm AIO, if not the NH-U14S should be plenty good.  So the thing about RAM speed and stability ratings is that technically speaking, once you operate out of manufacturer spec you're "overclocking" and there's potential for instability. All Intel is saying is that your processor is guaranteed to operate with 2933 MHz memory. Past that, "you're on your own," so to speak. In reality it's not a problem. The advertised memory speeds you see on RAM is the XMP profile the manufacturer has tested and assigned for those modules. The RAM manufacturer basically saying "we know your memory can run at this speed reliably on a wide variety of systems." You shouldn't have any problems and there are tangible benefits for running faster memory. There is a point of diminishing returns but 3200 is pretty much the general standard these days.  XMP is just a quick BIOS setting, I don't think we should have any problems doing that at service. I think we do it normally.  Yes, if you're planning on doing a lot transferring files to and from storage, searching for them, etc... then an SSD would benefit you. The question is really how much. Are you going to be doing a lot of large data transfer, and is it time sensitive? Or is it just for backup, and popping things open once in a while? Are the files large or small?  If you're mostly transferring smaller files in small increments, then it probably won't make that much of a difference besides search times. Opening small files (e.g. word documents) on an SSD or HDD isn't THAT different. But if you have very large files that you will be moving back and forth frequently, it's a different story.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter gms2257 ✭ September 4 I don't plan on overclocking. Just the memory thing that we're talking about but I don't know if that's considered over clocking. Thanks for clearing that up on the memory. It sounds like the way to go is with the 3200 and have the XMP in done in the BIOS. I won't be transferring any files. It would just be for opening word and excel files like you said. Also I will at times search for a particular file or category in file explorer which can take time in 4TB so I don't know if that would be faster with an SSD for storage.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSTonyV admin September 4 edited September 5 gms2257 said: I don't plan on overclocking. Just the memory thing that we're talking about but I don't know if that's considered over clocking. Thanks for clearing that up on the memory. It sounds like the way to go is with the 3200 and have the XMP in done in the BIOS. I won't be transferring any files. It would just be for opening word and excel files like you said. Also I will at times search for a particular file or category in file explorer which can take time in 4TB so I don't know if that would be faster with an SSD for storage.  Technically speaking enabling XMP is overclocking, but it's nothing to worry about. Worst that happens is if for some reason XMP makes things unstable you turn it off or tweak it a bit so it's stable.  I'm not 100% sure if just searching for files is faster or not, I think it'll probably be pretty quick with a system like you're building regardless.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter gms2257 ✭ September 5 Thank you so much for all your help. I was in the store tonight and Kevin helped me finish the build. He was great and explained everything just like you did. It will be ready in 3-5 days. I'm counting the days! 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article need help seeing if all of this is compatable. (im new and dont know if it shows only compatable) — Micro Center need help seeing if all of this is compatable. (im new and dont know if it shows only compatable) Insigria ✭ August 20 in Help Choosing Parts really need help to see if its compatable https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder-intel.aspx?load=cfdf6100-2e23-456c-8f97-a03b3da6643e 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSMikeW admin August 20 Greetings @Insigria Your build overall is compatible and will work fine. I assume this is a gaming system and I would recommend trying to find room in your budget or swap some parts around to get up to a 1660 Super. For instance, you don't need the AIO Water cooler if you're not overclocking. That would save you some money and it'll make a pretty significant difference. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Need Help Choosing Parts — Micro Center Need Help Choosing Parts Rock ✭ September 8 in Help Choosing Parts I put this parts list together and am looking for some advice. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder-amd.aspx?load=1f76a7e8-e076-4522-81fa-3acb21adae91 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin September 8 First thing that jumps out is that the CPU cooler you chose isn't really appropriate for a 3950X. What you have there is a low-profile cooler designed more for lower power processors that generate less heat. For a 3950X you'll want something beefier like the Noctua NH-U14S, NHD15 or a 240mm AIO liquid cooler.  What are you planning on using the system for? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Need help choosing parts for a gaming pc (budget 1,500-2,000) — Micro Center Need help choosing parts for a gaming pc (budget 1,500-2,000) JoeyWheeler ✭ March 27 in Help Choosing Parts sorry to bug you guys but when it comes to building a pc or even choosing pc parts I am completely brain dead. If anyone could help me I would really appreciate it.  Im looking to build a pc to play Fortnite and stream it as well, while getting a consistent 240 FPS please and thank you. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TheITDad ✭✭ March 27 So I did two builds for you one with a keyboard, mouse and monitor and one without.  The main differences between the two is that with one you get a 2080 super and the other is a 2080 TI.  And the one with the Super comes in about 150 below top end budget while the one with the TI is at the top end of the budget ( like 3 bucks over).  Both will generally do what you want and with the cheaper build you can choose a different case if you want, it's just right now the NZXT H510 is in my opinion the best dollar for dollar case out right now.  With only being 70$ but still having a lot of the modern features you want like a power supply basement and tempered glass window.  If you don't like the AIO water cooler I included in each build you should be able to get a Be quite Dark Rock Pro for 85 bucks somewhere.  Which is about 11 bucks more than the AIO I chose but it's one of the better Air cpu coolers.  If you want me to revise either of the builds with more specific requests just let me know. Peripherals https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=74b8b07a-e728-45f4-8281-7caf0713ec00 No monitor or keyboard&mouse https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=798cb2e4-19eb-4a71-a1b8-6e95f774340c 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter JoeyWheeler ✭ March 28 Thank you so much! i do have a keyboard mouse and monitor, I’m glad you were able to help out with two different type of builds! would a i9 processor be better? Or am I trying to do to much for what I’m actually going to be using the pc for? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TheITDad ✭✭ March 30 Honestly unless your going to throw another 1k at the budget then intel just isn't the way to go.  Because the whole i9-9900 coffee lake series is outperformed by the ryzen 7 3700x and 3800x, and is quite a bit cheaper.  The extreme top end of the with the I9 x series starts to compete but you still have more Ryzen stuff with the Ryzen 9 series.  In my opinion until Intel comes with something different Ryzen is the way to go for both price and performance unless you got like a 5k budget then maybe you can argue intel. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article NZXT Gaming/Streaming Build - Micro Center Build — Micro Center NZXT Gaming/Streaming Build - Micro Center Build System admin July 11 edited July 11 in Your Completed Builds NZXT Gaming/Streaming Build - Micro Center Build I built this PC about 3 years ago. I didn't know too much about building PC's nor did I ever have a gaming PC. After putting this together I have found a passion for building PC's now. I never heard of NZXT before and as I was doing some research, I Read the full story here 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments snowkiid denver colorado ✭ July 11 that is an awesome blade runner cpu aio cooler how did you do it? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter LandShark admin July 13 Love the GPU backplate and RGB on your PSU cables. They really pull the look together! 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Finna_tv ✭✭✭✭✭ July 13 I'm always astounded by the work people put into their builds like this.  This is so cool 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Need Help with Custom PC build — Micro Center Need Help with Custom PC build SunnyC ✭ August 29 edited August 29 in Help Choosing Parts Do you see anything missing or unnecessary?  The primary goal is to work on gaming and big data analysis. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder-amd.aspx?load=6c2e787e-2609-4558-8aee-fe940e8f7c34 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin August 29 The only thing that really jumps out to me is that at this budget I'd probably stretch up to the 2080ti over the 2080 super, but it's not like the 2080 Super is a bad card of course. I don't know much about big data analysis but based on your choices it looks like you were targeting high amounts of RAM and large core/thread count so I have no complaints about the choices there.   Also, you don't need those extra case fans, the 680X comes with four included already and the AIO cooler you chose of course has two included as well so that extra kit of fans is completely unnecessary.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Stimulus Build - Micro Center Build — Micro Center Stimulus Build - Micro Center Build System admin April 9 edited April 9 in Your Completed Builds Stimulus Build - Micro Center Build Decent gaming PC without breaking the bank? Read the full story here 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments GuyWylie ✭ April 9 Do you usually replace the existing coolant in a prefilled aio? Also, the 3700x is considered to be a much better deal as it's nearly identical to the 3800x, so save $30 and no coolant for a total of $48 to go for a 32gb 2x16 kit of RAM for some future proofing or maybe get the x570 Aorus Elite. Much better board for not much more money IMHO. Enjoy the build, gotta love living near Microcenter, Am I Right? P. S. 3600Mhz is by all accounts the "sweet spot" for Ryzen 3xxx on the x570 chipset. I've done hours of research cause I'm a bit obsessed with PC hardware. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Liquid CPU Cooler loud makes weird rattling noise. Noise lessens when leaning to the left. — Micro Center Liquid CPU Cooler loud makes weird rattling noise. Noise lessens when leaning to the left. lamb_22 ✭ June 9 in Technical Support Questions So I built a brand new PC, everything was great. After 3rd start or so this loud rattling noise started from CPU area. Weirdly, when you tilt the PC to the left (tempered glass side down) the rattling eases and almost subsides.... flip it upright and it the rattle starts right back. From other posts,  I have checked all the case screws, case fans, PSU screws, the cpu cooler fans, and the cpu cooler io itself and determined the nosie is clearly coming from the heat sink region of my CPU cooler where it contacts the CPU and motherboard (I have checked all the mounting screws they are not loose). From what ive seen, re setting the cpu and cpu cooler cooler positioning doesn't seem to ease the issue.. is that always the case? Should I disassemble the PC again and start again? Do I need to return this CPU cooler?  (Parts: Mob - MSI x570, chip Ryzen5 3600, cooler Cooler Master ML240l. Compatibility is not the issue, but figured I add the specs in question.) PLEASE help guys/girls, I have a video but it wont allow me to attach.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin June 10 Most likely there's a little bit of air stuck in the pump that is having trouble working itself out.  Unmount the radiator, tip the chassis on its side, then take the radiator and tilt it 90 degrees to get the fluid that is inside of the radiator into the pump. Try that for a while and see if it helps.  1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter lamb_22 ✭ June 10 @TSTonyV I will try this in a few hours after work. Will circle back, thanks for the input fingers crossed.  0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMichaelB admin June 10 Sounds like a plan. I would also recommend taking a look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JT_u_eLVoIc. While your CoolerMaster AIO isn't manufactured by Asetek, the same principles apply as it's common across all AIOs due to the nature of their design. Another thing to note, when he says "hex" in the video, he is referring to the radiator. If you have your fans pre-attached to the radiator, be very mindful of where your fingers are when you handle the radiator with the pump running, as the fans will be spinning too. It may be best to temporarily remove the fans, get the pump running, shake the radiator back and forth (or rotate 90 degrees until noise is gone) then mount the unplugged fans to the radiator, mount the radiator to your chassis, power the system down, plug the fans back in and try again. Once you get the hang of the quirkiness of these AIO's, it'll be a lot easier in the future should you choose to go this route for cooling. 1 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Need Help Choosing Parts — Micro Center Need Help Choosing Parts BigEZ81 ✭ September 6 in Help Choosing Parts I put this parts list together and am looking for some advice. https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=fc1d3e48-3f2c-40dd-899a-be4de9b94dca 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments BigEZ81 ✭ September 6 I’m waiting to see when AMD will be releasing Big Navi before choosing a GPU. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter TSMikeW admin September 6 Greetings @BigEZ81 I'll give you the usual advice about RAM. 3600 preferably on Zen 2. Try for 3600 CL16-18. Stay in that range, get the best RAM you can for the price. Corsair RM series is a good unit, seems a little excessive for the build, but it's a good investment regardless. The the UX100 doesn't make a lot of sense lined up against the stock AMD cooler. If you're not overclocking, stick to the stock cooler. If you are go tower cooler or water AIO. 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment. Community Article Price of building fee? — Micro Center Price of building fee? Pogez ✭ September 10 in Help Choosing Parts AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 3.9 GHz 8-Core Processor NZXT Kraken X73 73.11 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler MSI MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI ATX AM4 Motherboard G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory Crucial MX500 1 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 GB Gaming OC 3X Video Card Lian Li Lancool II Mesh ATX Mid Tower Case Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 PE 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply Any idea how much it would cost for the building fee? 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Comments TSTonyV admin September 11 Since you have an AIO liquid cooler in that build, this would fall under our Tier 3 Customer PC Build service. You can find details about our custom build services here:  https://www.microcenter.com/site/service/instore-service-complete-build.aspx 0 · Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Sign In or Register to comment.