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  2. PumBaX22

    Bus speed

    Is it normal for the bus speed to rapidly jump up and down? It jumps from anywhere between 98.xx to 102.xx Temp: 40 C OC to 5ghz on all cores Voltage: 1.323 Speed step: off Specs: i9 9900K 2080TI sli Aus z390-e rog strix 1000W Corsair power supply 2x Samsung 970 1TB M.2 NVME 128G DDR4 3000mhz Corsair
  3. Shnitzil

    $500 pc build?

    Well scince u asked, for replacing a console in proformance im in the us
  4. GoldenLag

    $500 pc build?

    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor ($116.89 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: ASRock - B450M Steel Legend Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard ($93.98 @ Newegg) Memory: Patriot - Viper 4 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory ($44.99 @ Amazon) Storage: Inland - Professional 120 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($19.99 @ Amazon) Storage: Seagate - Constellation ES 3 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($54.90 @ Amazon) Video Card: Sapphire - Radeon RX 570 4 GB PULSE Video Card ($129.99 @ Newegg) Case: Cougar - MX330 ATX Mid Tower Case ($39.99 @ Amazon) Power Supply: Corsair - CX (2017) 550 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply ($54.99 @ Amazon) Total: $555.72 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-04-26 09:53 EDT-0400 Here you go.
  5. also if you look without using the search option which i bet most people would they would see the trouble shooting and go through a few pages not find what they want and then move on
  6. SupraMayro

    What type of ram my computer supports?

    I not looking for upgrade to ddr2 or4 I just need to know what type if ddr2 I need to huy
  7. Shnitzil

    Roasting consoles

    Everybody pleas roast consoles as much as you can!
  8. Enderman

    Gtx1070ti or 1070sli

    Features like better nvenc encoder, purevideo, tensor cores, higher resale value, driver updates focused on the 2000 series, etc can definitely be worth one or two hundred bucks over a 1080ti. Maybe not $300+ but I would definitely pay $100 extra for those things.
  9. GrilledCheese28

    EVGA SuperNOVA G2 or Seasonic Focus plus

    I have the EVGA 650 G2 and like it. Quiet, efficient, nice cables. I would recommend it! I'm running the following with it: Ryzen 7 2700X mildly overclocked w/Corsair H80i V2 cooler EVGA XC Gaming RTX 2070 1x M.2, 2x SSD, 2x HDD 2x 120mm fans, 2x 140mm fans, (plus 2x 120mm fans on the cooler)
  10. yes it dose but is it streamlined enough for say a new user to quickly find information thats say is not sub categorised
  11. DDr 2 ram is very slow. I would suggest you swich to 4 gb of DDr 4 or 3 i hope this finds you well
  12. It doesn't need to be. The Problem GCN Has is the Frontent and Color/Framebuffer Compression aka Bandwith and posssibly Cache Structure. The Execution units are awesome - wich is proven by nVidia adopting GCN more and more. AMD movet all their developers from VEGA and other projects, canceled big Polaris to move them to Navi. They always do that and concentrate on the next project to attack with. So its more probable that NAVI will be amazing than VEGA. It doesn't matter what nVidia does for Intel. They attack other areas first, where nVidia will be really losing money. Wich is the High End Market and Datacenter. During the Mining Craze AMD Cards weren't available and AMD knew what to do -> NOT to increase the volume they manufacture too much. That sucked for us but they increased the production for Tahiti with the first Mining craze, wich lead them to have far too many Chips in storage and even pushed the release of Tonga back. Tonga was originally planned as 280 series - but couldn't be relased because the warehouses were full of Tahiti Chips. You don't throw away hundreds of thousands, possibly Millions of Chips. You try to sell them.
  13. Sychic

    $500 pc build?

    Just go with the list posted above. Seems pretty solid
  14. Akila_KuKu

    Which PSU is the most suitable for this Rig?

    CORSAIR VS550 550W - $59.85COOLER MASTER MWE 550 - $57.00CORSAIR TX550M 550W - $105.45CORSAIR VS550 550W - $58.43
  15. https://linustechtips.com/main/forum/46-troubleshooting/ Kind of like that?
  16. Akila_KuKu

    Which PSU is the most suitable for this Rig?

    Future proof heheehe. Not really because all PSU calculators recommend more than 650W. That's why I looked at those PSUs... Currently, my PSU is Oasis 600os dual v2.3 (600W) It doesn't enough, PC suddenly restart when Unigine GPU benchmark. So I doubt if 600W will be sufficient.
  17. colonel_mortis

    A 'help me' Sub-forum or something along that line

    Does the Troubleshooting forum not already do exactly that?
  18. Herman Mcpootis

    $500 pc build?

  19. aisle9

    Should I wait?

    I don't really know that you need to do a ton of upgrading right now. The 4460 is weak at this point, but an i7-4770 or i7-4790 could be bought for around $130. Sell off the i5-4460 for $55-60 and you're suddenly looking at a $70 upgrade that isn't going to make your system the best on the block, but it will keep you well within spec for your goal. If you're looking to do a complete system refresh anyway, then yes, I'd wait, with the disclaimer that if you live near a Micro Center and a Ryzen 5 1600 would do it for you, you can get one for $80, $50 if you buy a motherboard with it.
  20. Hey guys, asking help for a friend since she's too lazy to make an account here. What do you think of her case fan setup? Is it efficient enough? Her fans are some cheap 1200rpm ARGB fans from a brand called Starnex. I think it only costs 10$ for 3 fans, 1 led strip, and the hub + remote Any thoughts? I find her RGB fans weird since it's only at one side but rest assured they can all be changed color through the hub and remote I also find her fan positioning unorthodox but I'd really like to hear from you guys since I'm not really an expert when it comes to PC building hehe
  21. I'm sure as many notice there are so many people willing to drop all and help if some on has X or Y problem and also just as many people who get to these forums by searching for help for something and are linked here. Maybe have a dedicated 'community tech support' that is just for problem solving and not for discussion pints like in the GPU sub forum say since there are so many instances of one time posts that appear and are quickly solved but might block up and obscure other posts that want a discussion and not help with something. I guess you could narrow further down for certain types of issues relating to hardware so people need not post lots about an issue and say can quickly go: community tech support > GPU > Drivers > DDU or what ever other solution > How to and have guides pinned from previous posts. Please tell me if i missed this and im just repeating what others have said. just looking at the current new threads made its $500, how to root phone. would this not reduce the potential for bloat posts despite they will get a good answer. though i know it might be a liability thing to not have this since people can be wrong with their suggestions. look forward to replies (make sure you please read in full before replying)
  22. To answer the question at the start of the thread The cat ratings of cables tell you the quality of cable (thickness, quality of copper, the way pairs of wires are twisted inside , the insulation between pairs inside) is good enough to carry the signals properly up to a certain distance, usually 100 meters. ca5 is designed for maximum 100 mbps up to 100 meters cat5e was designed for maximum 1 gbps at up to 100 meters cat6 can do 1gbps up to 100 meters , and 10 gbps over a smaller distance of - I think - 45 or 55 meters maximum AND under some conditions (like not having more than a few cables bundled together) cat6a is rated for 10 gbps up to 100 meters. One of the latest ethernet standards , 802.3bz makes it possible to use cat5e for up to 2.5 gbps and cat6 for up to 5 gbps on 100 meters and 10 gbps for that smaller distance. It does this by basically making processors on network cards use more processing power and stronger transmitters to push the data on the wires, so the cables don't have to change to get the higher speeds. So if both ethernet cards - at each end of the cable - support 802.3bz standard, then they can send and receive signals between them at 2.5gbps or 5 gbps on cat5e or cat6 cable. If one ethernet card doesn't know this standard, they'll connect at only 1 gbps. At small distances, like 1-3 meters, even cat5e cables these days are constructed so well that they'd handle 10gbps over that short distance, without transmission errors. So if you have a decently built cat5e or a cat6 cable, the cards will connect at 1 gbps and have the opportunity to transfer at up to 1 gbps So your problem is not the cables. Now for actual throughput, first you should look into your hardware... are you trying to save to disk what you download? If so maybe the hdd slows down the maximum transfer. Use ImDisk Ram Disk - https://sourceforge.net/projects/imdisk-toolkit/ - or any ram drive software to create a ram drive, then download a file on the RAM drive... this way your SSD or hdd doesn't come into play. If you have two computers and your modem/router has two ethernet ports , connect both computers to the modem and transfer a file between the computer ... use RAM drive on a computer or both computers to test actual network not how fast your hard drives read data... if you get 110 MB/s or higher, the connection between your pc and the modem is good. Network card drivers can affect maximum speeds sometimes ... go in device manager at the network card driver, look in advanced properties. Maybe increase read and write buffers, maybe disable "Green" modes or power saving modes (you'll make your ethernet card consume a bit more power, basically something like 0.5w vs 1w, practically nothing) ... you can also play with the Jumbo frames settings which can affect speeds if they're not matched on both ends...
  23. Inversion

    Should I wait?

    For your school work, your current rig should be fine for the next few months, especially since summer is coming up. I'd definitely wait and see what Ryzen 3000 has in store before deciding. The 970 is still a pretty damn capable card so yeah wait and see what AMD bring out with Ryzen 3000 and Navi
  24. Shnitzil

    $500 pc build?

    Well scince u asked, for replacing a console in proformance im in the us
  25. Sbeve

    How to root my huawei g8?

    okay i saw xda thankyou!
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