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Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop

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2021/07/27 00:26:39 (permalink)
Hi all!
 
It's been a while since I've posted but I finally got my hands on some new parts! I put together the build in the Corsair 5000d case (boy was that a pain to build in; I would not suggest it with the z590 FTW board) and I wanted to see if anyone else experiences an audio pop when booting to windows through their front I/O headers. I guess I'm a bit worried that I may have damaged the case cable as there is literally zero clearance from the board to the power supply shroud.
 
All in all, the audio works and sounds great when all booted up but boy when I restart does my heart skip a beat when that audio pops.
 
Thanks for reading and looking forward to reading the replies!
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    random_matt
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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 03:05:02 (permalink)
    What's wrong with the mobo/case combo? That's what I was going for.

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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 04:08:20 (permalink)
    First check and see if you pinched an audio connection cable during the build process.

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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 06:55:01 (permalink)
    Check this thread (and maybe a couple others from Nereus and Frank3d) for pictures of the issue as they've already been talking about this case's problems with this board.

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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 09:15:07 (permalink)
    I run the audio IN/OUT directly out of the motherboard back so I never bother to hook up the front audio and mic. Surprised to see so many people hooking up and/or using the front case audio ports. 
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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 10:49:01 (permalink)
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    First check and see if you pinched an audio connection cable during the build process.


    You really can't avoid pinching it. See my picture.
    https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/3431020
    Although, I didn't pinch it on the shielded part of the cable.
     
    But I won't know what or if I damaged anything until I get a graphics card.
     
    Edit: Nereus was smart not to try.
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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 12:22:22 (permalink)
    Yeah, I looked at your image @frankd3 and it caused me to order a front panel replacement, haha. I think I pinched my cables too hard for the audio. In the end I'm going to be returning to my 750d airflow. I called corsair to get a USB 3.1 upgrade kit for the case so wish me luck on getting my hands on one!
     
    In general this case is just too tight for this mobo. Not only that, to answer random_matt's question, there is a SERIOUS order of operations when you're building in this case. A few things I recommend with the z590 FTW, plug in your audio and CPU power BEFORE installing anything else in the case (fans, AIO, etc). After that make sure to install the cable shroud (if you want it) before the AIO because oh my goodness it does not go back if you have the AIO installed. Last, plan out your PSU cables because it's impossible to plug anything in once it's set in the case.
     
    Other than that, I freakin' love the look of it but it just needs to be like a half inch longer on the top and bottom.
     
    Keep me updated if anyone experiences audio pops! I'm curious if it's the case or something that just happens with this board.
    post edited by yavorsky - 2021/07/27 12:25:33
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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 13:04:34 (permalink)
    I've got zero audio issues.

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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/27 14:01:02 (permalink)
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    In general this case is just too tight for this mobo. Not only that, to answer random_matt's question, there is a SERIOUS order of operations when you're building in this case. A few things I recommend with the z590 FTW, plug in your audio and CPU power BEFORE installing anything else in the case (fans, AIO, etc). After that make sure to install the cable shroud (if you want it) before the AIO because oh my goodness it does not go back if you have the AIO installed. Last, plan out your PSU cables because it's impossible to plug anything in once it's set in the case.
     
    Other than that, I freakin' love the look of it but it just needs to be like a half inch longer on the top and bottom.
     



    I remember the cursing when I had to temporarily remove the cable shroud and the radiator was already in. Just couldn't get enough clearance for that little thing that helped locate the shroud. Had to take out all but two radiator screws and loosen those two and hold the radiator up in one hand while the other took out the shroud.
     
    Yep, one stinkin half in on that motherboard tray would have made all the difference.
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    Re: Z590 FTW and Corsair 5000d Airflow front I/O audio pop 2021/07/28 01:05:24 (permalink)
    Well, I just switched back to the Corsair 750d Airflow and Corsair found me an upgrade kit to enable the USB 3.1 mobo header! I'm happy to be back in a case with plenty of room. Though my audio pops are still there during the boot z590 splash screen. I'll keep an ear on it and see if it gets better or worse over time. Worse case scenario I'll RMA the board (it's much easier to pull it out of 750d case!). Thanks all for the feedback!
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