I have a self-built PC with an ASRock Fatal1ty X399 Motherboard and an AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPU. It has run well for years, but recently I ran into the following problem:
* When I shut down my PC, sometimes the power LED blinks as if it is in stand by, and sometimes I think it shuts down...
The circled part of the gpu is not going in all the way and is staying out by approx a mm. So I have to bend in the cabinet mounts to screw it in place properly.
I changed my motherboard to an atx x570 today from an atx x370. The gpu went in all the way in the x370.
Is it because of...
I've looked all over the Bios menus and I can't find the option to turn it off. I'm not new to computers or Bios interfaces and despite being completely sober at the time, I couldn't find it.
Does anyone have a similar B450 Asrock board and can tell me the path to that option?
I noticed that my USB audio interface remains on after I shut down the computer, which forces me to unplug the USB cable every time.
I think I've turned off all deep sleep functions in the Bios and remember in the olden days you could choose whether you wanted to still have power supplied to the...
Hello everyone hope ill get some solution ,
Asrock taichi x399 was not showing any sign or display and all chassis fan was not working first so i tried to remove CMOS battery and fan started working but gpu fan was running like jet engine at full speed
and no display at all no beep , so i...
I am having tough time with my workstation build since screws #2 and #3 of TR4 socket is not tightening (free moving) after installation of the 1920X. I triple checked and CPU was inserted correctly as explained by ASRock people.
Here is the video showing the problem ...
So I began building a PC back in September, this was my first build. I had everything except a GPU, which I planned on picking up at a later date. I believed I had done everything correctly so it was time to plug in the monitor(VGA) and turn on the power for the first time test...
Looks like it's this week only, for a solid Z390 motherboard with a lot of features. Latest bios update appears to have fixed the woes from earlier reviews...
I am sorry for a bit noob question - I want to find and finely tune the fastest RAM possible for Ryzen Zen+ 2600 in the ITX case (Cryorig Taku or SilverStone SG13). So my questions are following:
1) What ITX X470 motherboard to choose to get most from the RAM? I am thinking between ASUS...
Posting here regarding my brand new build, the build was being able to OC the rig for better performnace overall. I have not built a PC for three years so all good bar one thing. The build parts relevant are:
- i7-8700k (delidded)
- ASRock B360 Gaming K4
- G.Skill Ripjaws V
As the title says, my Asrock X370 Fatality Professional Gaming loses BIOS settings upon power loss. I've noticed it shortly after upgrading to 4.40 BIOS, could be a coincidence though since I rarely completely disconnect the power. Basically all I have to do is flip the switch on my power supply...
There are two types of X99 motherboards compatible with ECC memory:
- The ones officially compatible
- The ones not officially compatible
If you have tested your board with ECC memory, please report it here. (With Memory serial number and bios version if possible).
It's just about ECC...
I recently upgraded to the Ryzen 5 1600, and was looking at getting an X370 mobo, but it just didn't fit in my budget. I'm impatient, so I went with a B350 chipset. I knew deep down that it wouldn't OC that well, but I went with it anyway. Well, I kind of screwed myself, so to speak. It worked...
So...lately my computer has started to crash. The symptom is a blue screen given about an unrecoverable error that will randomly happen. When it happens, it happens every time I reboot. It is the same or similar screen I get when I overclock the memory or CPU too much.
I have a couple questions regarding the NH-D15.
1. Given the sheer size of this beast, will it get in the way of my ram on the mobo? I'm thinking about getting the ASRock AB350M Pro4 micro atx mobo. Pcpartpicker says my mobo and this cooler are compatible, but I don't know how much I can trust...
I'm looking at the Asrock AB350M motherboard on Newegg, and it seems to be a great-looking motherboard with a decent amount of features, at only about $72.99. Has anyone actually tried it out, and is it any good? I can't find any reviews on Youtube, and there is only one on Newegg.
I am interested in ASRock DeskMini 110 (Newegg listing) with following CPU support. I want to use a Kaby Lake processor, and I do not have any Skylake ones. How can I confirm motherboard comes with updated BIOS?
First, my setup:
Mobo: ASRock Z170 Extreme 7+ (BIOS Version 7.10)
Processor: Intel Core i5 6600K 3.5 GHz
HDDs: 1x Samsung 950 Pro M.2 256GB; 1x Intel 320 Series 80GB; 2x 1TB WD Black
Memory: 4x 4GB G.Skill DDR4 3000
I recently purchased the 950 Pro to replace the Intel SSD as my boot drive...
First of all, I would like to thank ASRock for providing me this motherboard as prize from their Upgrade Your PC With ASRock's Support campaign.
I was lucky enough to win the first...
Was building an Asrock H110M box but it would never accept win7 and let the USB work.
And now it seems it has just died.
Leaves me with an i3 cpu and 8gig of DDR4. and a 600W psu.
What shall I get? I don't have much money to spend. I don't overclock. I do some video...
I'm in the process of putting together a new PC and I'm beyond overwhelmed with the selection of LGA 1151 Mobos and I need some opinions to make a selection.
What I plan to use it for:
Typical Web Browsing, LibreOffice Applications, Streaming Movies and etc, Gaming, would like to be able to...