You can rule out the marvel NIC if you disable at the hardware level via bios setting. If it still happens with it off AND no cable in it then problem is elsewhere.
Regarding the ram, seems unlikely it is the problem if you still get symptoms running 1 stick at 4400mhz max.
Ye don't get the same board again. I don't think it faulty it's immature tech and future bios updates could make it more stable with your ram.
Try 1 stick ram at 4400mhz speed.
I'd return your ram too if it's not too late and get a ram mobo combination that you know works for others.
Is your memory code on that list?
Try installing those gigabyte provided chipset drivers.
Yes disable nic in bios if you really want to disable it.
Try 1 stick of ram at jedec non oc speeds.
Run the memory at jedec speeds i.e. under clock, no xmp.
Disable nic in bios.
Try a gaming benchmark on loop to speed up testing.
Remove excess drives/peripherals.
Swap GPU for a spare? Try that too.
Is the memory on motherboard qvl?
You've got a bleeding edge pc, issues might need...
The whole world was watching and they did the count down in French.
Watching with some kids and it was a bummer for them, what a way to not inspire a generation.
Anyone with interaction with young kids knows that countdown is one of the best parts for them.
Yeah that's my experience too, ok on baby smooth tarmac, anything else whining/droning in the cabin.
Seem to be mounted ok with the 'outside' label visible.
Went back to the garage and offered to take a look but was an hour wait. Also said I would have to contact head office as bought it...
Well I got my Goodyear asymtric 5 fitted to the fronts and I'm getting whirring noises, you know like you get on cupped budget summer tyre treads that flange.
Not sure what to do about this, will F1 autocentre swap them for another pair? What's the norm here in this situation?
The pirelli p7...
If they are not available then another engineer would factory reset the whole alarm system, reprogram it and set a new code. Sometimes they know how to just reset the code.
I don't know what those links to but if you can find the engineering manual, this is a technical one that tells an...
Post the photo in a alarm CCTV electrician type forum if no luck here.
Try searching with Google image also.
Once you got the manual you can figure out which sensor is setting it off and disable it.
Sometimes the battery in the main panel needs replacing. Sometimes the bell box outside is...