The Cougar MX330-G has a blocky USB 3.0 cable connector. Not a problem with most motherboards. Unfortunately, the MSI Tomahawk X570 motherboard has a right-angle USB 3.0 connector. Plugging that blocky connector into a right-angle connector made for a tight spot. I picked up a 6″ USB 3.0 motherboard extension cable to remove that tight spot.
Last month I posted a short video on how to fix the Corrupted Memory #0 error in FortNite. The solution was simple: uninstall the MSI Dragon Center and MSI SDK software. I had no idea how widespread that problem was in the FortNite community. That short video got 5,000+ views. In this video I’ll talk about the error message and the two solutions to resolve the issue.Read more “2 PROVEN Solutions For Corrupted Memory #0 Error In FortNite”
AMC Theaters in Silicon Valley reopened for three weeks last November. During that time, I saw “Tenet,” “Goldfinger,” and “Freaky.” When AMC Theaters reopened last week, I saw “Raya and The Last Dragon.” Here are the three biggest surprises between then and now.Read more “Watching Movies Indoors At AMC Theaters Again”
When mounting the fans to the radiator of an AIO liquid cooler, they should fit tight against each other to maximize airflow. If a case has fan mounts inside the front panel, the flat metal frame will be between the fans and the radiator. Unless you have the Cougar MX330-G ATX case. The frame inside the front panel has raised vent holes and recessed screw holes. I used 20-year-old motherboard standoffs to mount the radiator to the back and the fans to the front of the frame. That ¼-inch gap between the fans and the radiator allows air to escape and blow back out the mesh front panel. It’s time to weatherstrip that gap!Read more “How to Weatherstrip Your AIO Fans for Better Airflow”
Although the SpaceX Starship SN10 successfully launched, flipped over, and landed with flying colors in Boca Chica, TX, it exploded on the landing pad five minutes later. Supposedly from a methane leak. This short video reveals the real source of that methane leak