PC cases EMI

Separate area for niche lag issues including unexpected causes and/or electromagnetic interference (ECC = retransmits = lag). Interference (EMI, EMF) of all kinds (wired, wireless, external, internal, environment, bad component) can cause error-correction latencies like a bad modem connection. Troubleshooting may require university degree. Your lag issue is likely not EMI. Please read this before entering sub-forum.
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This subforum is for advanced users only. This separate area is for niche or unexpected lag issues such as electromagnetic interference (EMI, EMF, electrical, radiofrequency, etc). Interference of all kinds (wired, wireless, external, internal, environment, bad component) can cause error-correction (ECC) latencies like a bad modem connection, except internally in a circuit. ECC = retransmits = lag. Troubleshooting may require university degree. Your lag issue is likely not EMI.
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ZINZIRIO
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PC cases EMI

Post by ZINZIRIO » 07 Dec 2023, 23:22

Hello, I have a friend whose games work perfectly and he has a nzxt phantom 820 cabinet which has a type of steel that does not allow the "EMI" frequencies to enter the PC. Has anyone by chance tried this?

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dervu
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Re: PC cases EMI

Post by dervu » 08 Dec 2023, 05:25

Looks like it has gunmetal steel, which has more copper in it?
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ZINZIRIO
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Re: PC cases EMI

Post by ZINZIRIO » 08 Dec 2023, 16:14

Find out about SECC Steel or Steel + zinc and you will see that it repels emi

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Cyanide_
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Re: PC cases EMI

Post by Cyanide_ » 13 Dec 2023, 10:45

ZINZIRIO wrote:
07 Dec 2023, 23:22
Hello, I have a friend whose games work perfectly and he has a nzxt phantom 820 cabinet which has a type of steel that does not allow the "EMI" frequencies to enter the PC. Has anyone by chance tried this?
How can you be sure his games are working perfectly because of that exact case, and not because he doesn't have any EMI/DE issues to start with?

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