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Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming build with working NVRAM

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Ok i don’t understand my problem, Is there a software command to adjust the channels? and to test the Wireless ?
 

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Ok i don’t understand my problem, Is there a software command to adjust the channels? and to test the Wireless ?

Channel adjustments should be done on the router side. You can hold the Option key and click on the Wi-Fi icon in the menu bar to see RSSI and Noise.
 
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yes I have already done all that, but it did not help me to solve my problem
 

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yes I have already done all that, but it did not help me to solve my problem

I don't know what to tell ya... The main draw of using an Apple branded or Fenvi Wi-Fi card is that they don't require any configuration.

Try asking in the networking sub-forum. Maybe someone smarter than myself will have a solution for you.
 
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Speaking of Fenvi...

I have an FV-T919. Where does it plug in? The only 2 possibilities that I see are the COM or F_USB2 Connectors? They appear to have the correct pin configuration or is there some other place that I am missing?

Also, I have my audio from the front panel plugged into the F_AUDIO connector. Is that the correct location as opposed to the F_PANEL connector?
 

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Speaking of Fenvi...

I have an FV-T919. Where does it plug in? The only 2 possibilities that I see are the COM or F_USB2 Connectors? They appear to have the correct pin configuration or is there some other place that I am missing?

Also, I have my audio from the front panel plugged into the F_AUDIO connector. Is that the correct location as opposed to the F_PANEL connector?

I have the Bluetooth cable from my Wi-Fi/Bluetooth card connected to F_USB1.

Front audio cable should be connected to F_AUDIO.
 

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Currently I have the front panel USB plugged into F_USB1. Should I plug this into F_USB2?

Yeah. Just to keep things simple. Plug the Bluetooth cable to F_USB1 and your front USB to F_USB2.

I'm surprised there are still so many cases that only have USB 2 ports in the front...
 
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Thanks!

One thing that strikes me is that cases seem to stay in production for some time. Counting the 2 side panels as 1, there are 7 unique panels in my case and, unless they are shared with another product, you need 7 sets of stamping dies to make a complete case. Coupled with the standardization for ITX, ATX, etc. it doesn’t surprise me that a given model stays around for a while. I bought my Silverstone PS07 in 2014, but I’ve seen a test and review from 2012 and it is still being sold. Certainly by now the $$ for tooling costs have been recouped many times over which would suggest that a model that has been around for this long is pretty cheap to make...
 

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Thanks!

One thing that strikes me is that cases seem to stay in production for some time. Counting the 2 side panels as 1, there are 7 unique panels in my case and, unless they are shared with another product, you need 7 sets of stamping dies to make a complete case. Coupled with the standardization for ITX, ATX, etc. it doesn’t surprise me that a given model stays around for a while. I bought my Silverstone PS07 in 2014, but I’ve seen a test and review from 2012 and it is still being sold. Certainly by now the $$ for tooling costs have been recouped many times over which would suggest that a model that has been around for this long is pretty cheap to make...

Last year, I picked up a cheap case and it came with USB 2 ports too. But I hated it and ended up buying one of the following for a few bucks to convert it to USB 3. It was almost a perfect match for my case. Even the mounting holes were near perfect. I can't imagine using this instead of the USB 2 version that came with the case could have add much if any cost to the production...
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