|28 Jan 2014||#1|
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New Keyboard Causing Constant Beep In Headset
I just purchased a new keyboard and got it today, with my previous keyboard I had no problems, which was a Logitech G110, the new keyboard is a Corsair Vengeance K70 with cherry MX red's, anyway, got all excited and plugged it in instantly, booted my PC up and got to work setting it up, then put my headset on moments afterwards to listen to some music while playing a game, and noticed I had a constant A note or so beep, only while the LED's are on however which leads me to believe that it's a lack of USB power, though my motherboard has never had issues like this before, and something like a lack of USB power with an 850 watt power supply is beyond me since my PC usually only runs around 5-600 watts at max gaming load I'd imagine.
The specs of my PC are;
Windows 7 Home Premium.
Asrock 990fx extreme3.
8gb of G.Skill 1600mhz memory.
nVidia 550 TI.
AMD 1055t hexcore @ 3.6ghz.
Samsung 840 Evo 120gb SSD.
WD 500gb blue hard drive.
I've never had issues with my PC before, or rather any PC that I haven't been able to fix on my own yet, though this is a bit beyond my skill set it seems as I cannot figure out what to do here, I need everything I have plugged into my USB ports to have consistent power while gaming, IE keyboard, mouse and headset. I only have three things plugged in right now to my USB's and I have the beep, which would be the K70 keyboard, a razer naga mouse and a razer charcharias headset. I really like the LED's on the keyboard because I normally game in the dark, so it would be nice to be able to fix the issues.
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