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  1. 10/10 would not put my finger in the blade to see if it hurts
  2. Me either. I won't either. That shit is annoying the piss out of me. incase you arent aware, you can delete the windows update that spams you with notifications about the updates I did it as soon as I found out how and it hasn't bugged me since. im also dual booting windows 10, and its not so bad! edit: just saw that it has already been posted I really should read a little further before replying to things lol how are you dual bootion windows 10? microsoft completely changed the bootloader for 10 and i was under the impression that they got rid of the ability to dual boot Im running two different drives as they are both small and I only go onto 10 to update it basically. I haven't tried it myself on a single drive, but I would still think its possible...
  3. Me either. I won't either. That shit is annoying the piss out of me. incase you arent aware, you can delete the windows update that spams you with notifications about the updates I did it as soon as I found out how and it hasn't bugged me since. im also dual booting windows 10, and its not so bad! edit: just saw that it has already been posted I really should read a little further before replying to things lol
  4. Its all brand new. It was the fan warning, I'm not sure why the MB tells the fan to start then stop which triggers the MB to think it's failed until the MB realises it's fucked up and turns it back on again. I've tried different fans tooSeeing as it only beeps for a second before the normal post beep I'm just going to leave it It might be that your fan setting in BIOS are set to auto for PWM/DC and it probably starts in DC and then senses the Noctua is PWN (MOST but not ALL Noctua are pwm so check yours to be sure) and stops to switch so if you can I would poke around and see if you can set it to PWM for the cpu fans. It is a pwm fan. But the only options I have are auto. Silent. Full. None of them change anything except for the speed once it's booted
  5. Its all brand new. It was the fan warning, I'm not sure why the MB tells the fan to start then stop which triggers the MB to think it's failed until the MB realises it's fucked up and turns it back on again. I've tried different fans too Seeing as it only beeps for a second before the normal post beep I'm just going to leave it
  6. Yeah Im just gonna deal with the extra beep at boot. id rather that then turn off the fan warning thingy
  7. I fixed it It was my cpu fan. http://youtu.be/sy5g9T0iUjw I went into bios and turned off the cpu fan fail alert and the beep went away. So now I just need to figure out why my MB turns off the fan momentarily on start up I'm just glad it's not any major hardware although it could be the MB I guess
  8. Is it normal for Windows to show "16gb installed (15.9gb usable)" IM SORRY FOR ALL THE QUESTIONS I KNOW IM IMPATIENT
  9. Okay, so when I restart from Windows (to run a men test and disk test) the angry beep didn't happen. Only the normal beep, both tests came back fine btw
  10. Anyone good with beep codes? I get this which apparently is memory related It still boots into Windows fine, bios and Windows can see what ever ram I use be it single dim or dual, 1600 or 1866, 4-16gb it doesn't make a difference. I can't see anything obviously wrong with the dim slots. Any ideas? It's a slightly longer beep followed by what I would call the normal bios beep. It's a gigabyte MB if that makes any difference running a 4790. I'm not running my gpu yet as it eliminates that being the fault. http://youtu.be/EXPpN9L-kKE
  11. How on earth has that not shorted out yet.... and looking at that i'm not convinced there is a fuse under the hood ether
  12. dayum you audi and your chrome mirrors, whats with that shit! that looks sick though!
  13. Receivers defiantly get loud. Just double check what impedance they like. My old one didn't care if you short circuited it lol but the new one doesn't like anything under 6 ohms. But my towers are 8 so it didn't bother me but it has limited my upgrade options
  14. We own quite a few of the xls series amps, wile we abuse the shit out of ours every day, ive only had about 4 with issues over a period of time that couldn't be fixed easily (we now have close to 50 although they don't all get used anymore as we upgraded) so they are definatly reliable amps, I would definaly say they arent the nicest sounding by any means which is the reason we have been changing them out for other amps as we go. for the price they are very well built and it wont give you any issues no matter what you throw at it, but it also sounds cheap especially in an home audio situation. Like others have mentioned I would suggest going with home audio amps/receivers. If you really want to stick with pa amps, then use pa amps all around.
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