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  2. B16CXHatch

    CPU over heating

    Yeah, that sounds good to me. I think you were just running a highly unrealistic test. Prime95 has changed a lot over the years a different versions of each test provide wildly different results. Even different versions of CPU-Z get different results.
  3. WhiteDragon8080

    CPU over heating

    While we are still troubled shooting this I wanted to say, LIGISTX Thanks for the hell by the way! And thanks for the help as well @B16CXHatch
  4. jerubedo

    Is this good enough for 750 dollars?

    Assuming this is a gaming rig, this is the absolute best bang for the buck right at budget: PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU Intel - Core i5-9400F 2.9 GHz 6-Core Processor $174.89 @ OutletPC Motherboard Gigabyte - Z390 UD ATX LGA1151 Motherboard $114.89 @ OutletPC Memory G.Skill - Aegis 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2666 Memory $69.99 @ Newegg Storage Patriot - Burst 480 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $49.99 @ Amazon Video Card EVGA - GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6 GB XC BLACK GAMING Video Card $279.99 @ Amazon Case Corsair - Carbide SPEC-04 (Black/Red) ATX Mid Tower Case $29.99 @ Newegg Power Supply Corsair - CX (2017) 450 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply $31.39 @ Newegg Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total (before mail-in rebates) $779.13 Mail-in rebates -$25.00 Total $751.13 Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-04-21 00:55 EDT-0400
  5. Heh, looks like nobody here reported on that indeed. It's been known a couple of days though. The timing is also very convenient, they announced this in a blog post right after the Mueller report was released, knowing that all of the press would be focusing on that. FYI : https://dayssincelastfacebookscandal.com/
  6. Maddtwisted

    Help with overclocking

    Found it out u have to type it in and make sure to capitalise the t in turbo for it to work
  7. B16CXHatch

    CPU over heating

    For an air cooler, I would say just a couple of minutes but with that liquid cooler I'd say it needs to run just a little longer. Maybe 5-10 minutes.
  8. WhiteDragon8080

    CPU over heating

    @B16CXHatch after about 5 mins now, its hottest core is 68C. Anywhere from 65 to 68 on cores 1-3 and 4 for some reason is 57C to 58C.
  9. oO no, they put it with your full name and e-mail
  10. IgorM

    Forwarding Asterisk

    Yes they have been working fine for months
  11. Captain Chaos

    I think i have an issue ???

    The top left point of the cursor is what matters. As long as that remains visible on the right edge, there's nothing wrong. The rest of the cursor can indeed go off the screen.
  12. WhiteDragon8080

    CPU over heating

    @B16CXHatch How long should I run this test for? I am running it now
  13. Gorgoroth

    Problematic Temperature?

    Hello, I decided to open HWMonitor after a long time and I noticed some temperatures that I believe are a bit high for those who are not doing anything on the pc. I just restarted it, so it has no very heavy open process. I use 4 fans + processor cooler. The temperatures are normal, since I live in a particularly hot part of Brazil (30ºC now). Outa asks, how can temperatures increase due to viruses?
  14. IgorM

    Forwarding Asterisk

    No, I tried to use the IP instead of the ddns but nothing
  15. brwainer

    Forwarding Asterisk

    Failing to connect from inside the network when using the external IP of your router (either directly or via a hostname e.g. DDNS) means that your router doesn't have hairpin NAT enabled, or doesn't have that feature at all. Try some of your other (non-Asterisk/SIP) port forwards to see whether they work when using the external IP/hostname from inside the network.
  16. Gohardgrandpa

    Bad case thermals

    That’s why I went with a case that didn’t have a psu shroud but a mesh front. Fractal focus g for cheap (under $50) coolermaster h500 (around $100) for good airflow
  17. 1. Budget & Location Budget: $2000 (can go up to $2500 if necessary). Location: Washington, USA 2. Aim I want to create a high-end gaming PC that can play games at 1440p @ 144fps. I want this build to last as long as possible. I have a samsung 2.5" 500GB SSD and a 1TB HDD, so I want to reuse them in my new PC. 3. Monitors I'll start off with one 1440 144hz monitor and later down the road get a second 1080 60hz monitor. 4. Peripherals I need a 1440 144hz monitor to go along with my PC build. 5. Why are you upgrading? I have a 8yr old PC that I want to get rid of for a new PC.
  18. B16CXHatch

    CPU over heating

    Were you running the Small FFTs test in Prime95? That is a highly unrealistic workload that's like a power virus. That usually spikes any of my stuff straight to 100C. My personal preference is use CPU-Z's built in benchmark/stress test while using HWMonitor to monitor temps. It provides a much more realistic load. There's a beta benchmark in the latest version (1.88) that includes AVX workloads that'll hammer a CPU pretty hard but still not as hard as Prime95's Small FFTs test. That said, my HTPC uses a 4790K on an ASUS Z97-A/USB3.1 motherboard with a Noctua NH-D9L cooler with two NF-A9 fans. It's in a SilverStone Grandia GD-09 case with two Corsair ML120s for intake, and two Noctua NF-A8s for exhaust. I have an extremely conservative fan profile tuned for silence. I was hitting about 75 after a few minutes on the regular test and about 85 on the beta AVX test. And this is with an ambient room temp of 72.7F/22.6C. If your system can't beat that, your cooler is shot. If is beating or at least closely matching that, the Prime95 test you were running was the problem.
  19. MattLovsTech

    I think i have an issue ???

    So this issue i cant find to be any on the internet but i seem to have an issue with my mouse pointer on the right hand side of the screen going slightly off by an tiny bit and the left not at all and the bottom right thing to open and close the windows seem small is this normal my old computer was an old laptop with a lot of bugs could it have cared over through the creation media tool
  20. Tee_Kay9

    C++ | Can't understand Polymorphism

    really the entire point of polymorphism is so you can send the same command to different types and have them behave differently. However in-order for that to work the two objects must share the same base class or even better a common interface (in c++ I think you need to use an abstract class but all that is besides the point) What you really want to know, I am guessing is WHY and in what situation would you use it in a practical manner, correct? Putting it very simply: A cat is an animal that can speak. A dog is an animal that can speak. A cat and dog are both of type animal (base class type) with a behavior of speak (method or function if you like). Okay so now your client application, let's call it AnimalBeater for the lack of a better idea and only only understands the concept of animal and has no idea what a dog or a cat is. Yet AnimalBeater has a method beatAmimal and when called will make the animal hollar like this: AnimalBeater.beatAmimal(animal typeA) :: typeA.speak(); << "Meow!!!" AnimalBeater.beatAmimal(animal typeB) :: typeB.speak(); << "Wolf!!!" I think the most difficult part about this is that you must understand that "typeA" and "typeB" are just parameter names, the important part is how they are declared and that being they are both as type animal. In fact, the class AnimalBeater really only has ONE GENERAL method defined .beatAmimal(animal type) type.speak() >> cout ::: (you will get meow or wolf). There is no need to define TWO EXPLICIT methods, one for cat and one for dog. Don't do this (well not ever but you understand what i mean): AnimalBeater.beatAmimal(Cat cat) cat.speak() AnimalBeater.beatAmimal(Dog dog) dog.speak() I hope this helps.
  21. fpo

    C++ | Can't understand Polymorphism

    This helped me actually. So if you wanted a data structure (array, list etc) you can only put of 1 type in there. But if you point to them, then you can put them all there.
  22. LIGISTX

    CPU over heating

    I don't understand how its moving around so much... something seems to be wrong. But, at least its cooler i suppose. Seems weird, it shouldn't fluctuate that much.
  23. Mr.Sniff

    Which Monitor Should I choose?

    I'm going with the Gn for the response time
  24. Maddtwisted

    Help with overclocking

    So the manual said nothing about changing it, is there a chance the newer bios update locked it out ? I’m on f14 for the Gigabyte Z370 Ultra gaming
  25. WhiteDragon8080

    CPU over heating

    @LIGISTX Aida64 statistics report the averages to be from 61.3 to 69.0 with a high of 78. I am still running the stress test.
  26. -rascal-

    [OVERHEAT ISSUE] Gigabyte RX VEGA 64

    You own a reference design/cooler RX Vega 64...they are known to run warm. You are not going to get as good temperatures compared to....Gigabyte Gaming Vega 64...or a STriX Vega 64. Try undervolting the GPU, and setting up a custom fan curve/profile. That SHOULD help manage the temperatures a bit. Also, have chassis / case are you using? How is the overall case airflow?
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