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Windows 7: Testing New psu

07 Sep 2016   #21
dorian hawkmoon

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

Ok, will use the setup and let's see how the stability is.

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10 Sep 2016   #22
dorian hawkmoon

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

I had a faulty (broken) USB3 header pin. Asked for replacement, they installed one. I didn't reformat OS, as it's the same model, BIOS. Seems ok. Btw, what are USB DAC-UP yellow ports for? Can they be used for non-audio gadgets/gizmos?
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11 Sep 2016   #23

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

Only way to check is to plug a USB Device and see if the computer detects it. I think the Yellow USB ports are made for the headphones that only use USB connection.
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12 Sep 2016   #24
dorian hawkmoon

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

Okay will do.By the way, you guys were right saying not to trust most Hardware monitors. Look what hwmonitor is reporting now! Compare it to the Gigabyte utility that matches with BIOS readings almost perfectly

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