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ottoyu34
Level 9
Welcome!

Please introduce yourself and let us know more about you.

Let me start off,
My name is ottoyu34. You can find me in few other forums with the same name. Computers being one of my biggest hobbies. I'm into overclocking (for 24/7),watercooling,system building,gaming,folding,etc.

See you around.
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xeromist
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A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station…

I am sorry but I cannot find a place to not participate in the thread in either the drop down list or the settings. Could you please be more specific -thank you,
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xeromist
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Just above your post (the first post on every new page) there is a drop down named "Thread Tools". It will have an option to subscribe or unsubscribe from this thread. Again, if you need further assistance please create a new thread. This thread is just a place to introduce, not troubleshoot. Thank you.
A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station…

I've been assembling my own desktops since 2006. The first mobo I ever bought was an Asus P5W DH Deluxe that I still have. I've only used ASUS motherboards. I used to only use Intel cpus, but with their malware issues, I went with a Ryzen 2600 for my current build. I'm using an Asus X470-F gaming motherboard. I'm hoping there will future updates for PCIe 4.0.

So far I like the motherboard. As I watch videos to learn my way around. My main thought is actually about all the ways people say "Asus". A-sus, A-soos, Ah-soos - pretty up in the air lol!

Can anyone point me to an admin or moderator to take a look the issue with activating my account? Right now, if I click the "send activation" email, nothing happens. There is no email in spam or junk folder so for some reason I'm not receiving the activation email.

Thank you.

Leoplate25
Level 7
Hi, I'm Leo, I'm from Argentina. I recently acquired a Z390 Maximus Hero XI WiFi and i have a problem with it: If i enable XMP, on cold boots (after unplugging the pc from the wall) it turns on, then off and then on again, but if i disable XMP it starts normally. I did not OC the CPU (i5-9600k). Can you tell me what the problem is? Because i can't post any new thread. Thanks!
If we can't live together, we are gonna die alone.

baez_91
Level 7
hello guys the thing is that every time im trying to open a new threat it send me to th reset activation email i dont know why

XtreamStealth
Level 7
Good day all, Sim Racing is my game.

trents
Level 7
Hello everyone! I look forward to participating in this community.

I am semi retired after working many years in a healthcare setting as a chaplain. After retiring from that profession I started a small general practitioner computer/technology business out of my home.

Hello all. I am SB nemesys, friends call me Nemy for short. I figured I would join these forums considering I just got a RoG laptop. This is not my first laptop, nor not my first RoG product either. My first laptop was the Asus RoG G73JW. great machine, and it lasted several years. My first gen core i7 could not handle much anymore, so it was time for a new unit. I looked into another RoG, however settled with the MSI GT73VR Titan Pro. I had issues with the GPU not working at all, and sent it in 3 times, to simply not get repaired. It took MSI 6 months to get me a working unit. Their technical support really ruined my thoughts for that company, so I sold that laptop and got the HP Omen X17. Good laptop for a good price, but I felt like it was missing something (8th gen CPU). Now I have the Asus RoG G703GL, and I am loving it. It is a beautiful machine, runs great, and I am simply glad to be back with Asus.