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Yeah I'd get that mobo replaced. It just seems like you've hit a stroke of bad luck, tbh.

What mouse, keyboard and monitor setup are you using? I'd try a different cable for the monitor just to say you did as well as using it with the iGPU if your CPU/mobo has one. Most iGPUs do well enough to run something like CSGO and could give you a good indication if it was monitor related. Heck, the extra stress on the CPU (if not OC'ed already) might worsen it. CPUs and monitors don't really have a high DOA rate, but mobos, HDDs, etc. do (higher than other parts at least).

Last thought I have is that I'm wondering if you're getting clean power from your PSU. Do you have a known working PSU to try (I'll have to go back to look to see if you did this already)? Laggy peripherals and audio lacking volume *could* be beginning signs of bad power delivery, but I imagine very unlikely.

In a sense, I'm trying to think of everything a manufacturer like MSI is going to have you do so you can essentially report that you've done so. And then hopefully they can get you a working mobo soon. Good thing is theoretically you won't need a fresh install if you swap out for the same board biggrin.gif. Positive thoughts, brother.

I have literally changed every single part in my PC. This motherboard and CPU are replacements I just bought. I was suspecting the PSU aswell and I changed it, got the evga supernova g2, the only part of my PC that I replaced that did literally zero differences, but I guess it's still good investment for the future, and as I mentioned, building a second PC with the working parts I'm removing.

I damn hope to just a faulty mobo that I can rma and it would solve my issues, hell im even tempted to buy a new mobo right now to completely make sure it's the one failing, but that would be quite a risk to take and if it doesn't fix anything I would get devastated and completely give up tbh.

But yeah, right now I'm just fed up, sorry for the bad tones but damn this has gotten to me, feel like leaving everything be for a few weeks to regain motivation, literally done nothing but waiting for money and buying parts that have done no change for 6 months.

Thanks for the help none the less, just need to regain the energy to take everything apart and try to re-do the build from scratch and listen to MSI people telling me to do clean installs and install mouse drivers.
Edited by Aymanb - 6/9/16 at 9:26am
post #32 of 32
Understandable. If you can, take your next day(s) off of work and do something you wouldn't normally do. I'm not too outdoorsy, but I'll randomly go walk a couple miles sometimes and it can let me reset and potentially jog my mind into thinking about an issue differently.

Regardless, you've done this before and you can do it again! We're all here to help thumb.gif.
 
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