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  1. I have seen this solution. Unfortunately it did not work for me \ = more than I put the last BIOS before the beta (7B79vAG) on the USB, I logged into the BIOS to install and made the input to M-FLASH. The computer does a restart to enter the BIOS but what is it just gets stuck on a black screen and does not go into installation at all just like what happens after I put the new processor. I had to reset by removing the battery for about 10 minutes to get it back to its previous state. What a complication they made with these boards that God will help them. Jabberwock
  2. For me, the DRAM lighting is just on all the time after replacing the CPU. I returned to 2600X it works fine. I checked if there is support for the above memories and on the MSI website it says yes .. I gave up. I will try for the last time the 7B79vAG BIOS
  3. This is what I did, I updated a few versions before and still do not have the exact same result. Aside from the very ugly UI left with the above BIOS due to lack of space according to what MSI reports. What are the chances that my memories are not supported by the 3600X processor, but yes by the 2600X? I have not seen any special reports on the net
  4. I tried everything, took out a stick of memories and swapped places with both of them in all the sockets there are. I switched to another BIOS again (for the third time). XMP was canceled on my own because I had recently uninstalled and reset CMOS. I lost hope .. for now the 2600X was returned. The 3600X was perfectly fine, got off my brother's computer which is currently running 5800X.
  5. Hello. So yesterday the 3600X processor came to me from my brother after he upgraded to 5800X. The board in question is MSI's X470 GAMING PLUS. The current processor is 2600X. The current video card is R9 390X. The memories are Geil SuperLuce RGB Sync 8GBX2 3000MHZ. The steps I did: * Copy the BIOS to a simple USB drive and connect to a computer at one of the ports on the back. * Restart the computer and install the BIOS via M-FLASH (of course passed successfully and the BIOS has changed). * I updated Bios to the latest beta on the MSI website which is 7B79vAK2 (Beta version). * I checked that the 3600X processor is working properly without crooked pins and goes into the holder without any problems. * I replaced the processor with a new one,
  6. After several unsuccessful attempts by Logitech / Corsair and the like on expensive mechanical keyboards for no good reason, I neglected and bought something nice called AULA 2098, which beyond a high level of finish and a quality metallic body I got a great mechanical keyboard with a bluish / crystal clear switch like the usual blue, Very comfortable, feels really high quality, and cost around $ 60 with shipping from Amazon. For now, after half a year of use and heavy games with it, I'm pretty happy, good software for controlling RGB for those who like, metal keys for controlling Windows operations, very pleasant to type, low profile keys. Disadvantages: Unfortunately, a non-modular switch (whoever wants can order a blue / brown switch keyboard, etc.). Mesha
  7. Hi friends, I wanted to know - I have a Hot converter and I would like to connect it to the TV wirelessly, is there an option by any component in this case? I'm tired of the cables and the converter sits far away from the TV, which requires me to run many long wires on the wall. Thanks.
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