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  1. I'm not, I'm trying to find the graphic but I can't seem to find it It would have your handle, and then your rank and a green arrow or red arrow depending on if you were going up or down etc
  2. The laptop is going to pretty much be tossed in 3 years or completely worn out in 3 years anyway
  3. How do I get them? I used to do it like 10 years and everyone had the signatures with rank Any ideas?
  4. My work laptop has an i7 1065G7 Worth folding on this, or will it make such little progress its not worth it?
  5. Alright I've dropped the memory down to 3200 non DOCP and manually set the timings and voltage, lets see how this plays out Tonight when I finish work ill run a Memtest until the next morning I've also gone to the latest NVIDIA driver
  6. Is the tRC something I need to be concerned with? its not listed on the memory specs but its currently at 85. Total timings are 18-22-22-42 If I drop the speed, leave it at 85? Is 85 even correct to begin with?
  7. Maybe Ill just lower them right off the bat anyway, honestly stability is preferable over performance on this build. I did also have the PSU set to silent mode which has the fan at 0% until 30% load, I went ahead and turned that off. Can't see it making a huge difference as I'd assume they tested it to come to that feature, but worth a shot as you can't hear the fan anyway
  8. If I lower to 3200, leave timings as is?
  9. Pretty frustrating to say the least! First new Ryzen build and things are not off to a good start I was sitting there doing almost nothing and the PC just rebooted. No issue while playing 6+ hours of games, but sitting at the desktop and it reboots. So It can't be thermal. Nothing in the event logs Here are my specs, does anyone see anything that has caused them issues in the past? I'm hoping it was a one-off, but its still very concerning. Nothing is overclocked and memory is set using DOCP and looking in CPUZ the timing and frequency match the box. PC is on a UPS, no power issues and another desktop on the same UPS had no problems AMD RYZEN 7 3700X ASUS TUF B450-PLUS GAMING G.SKILL Trident Z Neo 32GB (2 x 16GB) 3600MHz be quiet! Dark Rock Slim RTX 2080 SUPER XC ULTRA 3 x Corsair ML140 Pro LED White Phanteks AMP Series 750W 80PLUS Gold Phanteks Enthoo Pro M Case Samsung 970 PRO SSD 512GB - M.2 NVMe Samsung 2TB 860 QVO SATA III 2.5" LG WH16NS40 SATA 5.25" BluRay Drive Mellanox ConnectX-3 Single Port 10G SFP+ Asus AC2100 WiFi / BT 5.0 Card Das Keyboard 4 Professional Cherry MX Brown Logitech G403 Prodigy Dell Alienware AW3420DW - 34" G-Sync Bose Companion 2 Series II Cooler Master MH752 Headset
  10. I had no idea the XBOX One controlled used AA's, thats what I'll get then, thanks.
  11. I am looking for a controller for my PC. Long term quality is key, so it must either be cabled, or have user replaceable batteries Any suggestions? My current thinking is to get an XBOX 360 controller
  12. Thanks guys, I ordered the 860 QVO from B&H
  13. I have two gaming desktops, with the following SSD's Desktop 1: Boot Drive: 256GB Samsung 960 Pro NVMe M.2 Storage Drive: 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SATA 2.5" Desktop 2: Boot Drive: 512GB Samsung 970 Pro NVMe M.2 Storage Drive: Intel 800GB DC S3700 SATA 2.5" I want to replace both storage drives with 2+ TB SSD's. Is there a general consensus on the best value SSD's? The performance doesn't need to be great, but I want them to last a while. I am thinking of going with the Samsung 860 QVO 2TB for $250 each or the WD 2TB Red SA500 because of the higher 1.2PB write endurance (vs 760TB of the Samsung) Any other suggestions? Write endurance isn't really a problem here as I won't be writing a lot, but it seems to me that higher write endurance means a better SSD in general that will last longer
  14. I have a very strange issue, fresh install of Windows 10 with all my software installed, and I noticed that it takes a good 20 seconds for the network to connect. It seems like just as all the applications load, the network connects, as if some application is causing a delay This happens with either the built in Realtek NIC, or my main NIC which is a Mellanox ConnectX3. So I think it rules out hardware. No other PC's on the network have the same problem, so I think that rules out the network. DHCP is from pfSense, and nothing else has a problem. Static IP, same problem, so its not DHCP. I thought it could be STP on the switch, so I turned it off on this port, same issue, so its not STP I have tried disabling fast boot, no change. Re-installing drivers, no change. Network reset, no change. Does anyone have any ideas? EDIT: I think I have made some progress. Before I didn't even have an ethernet sections Here I just deleted the driver for the on-board NIC and reinstalled and it showed back up again. But only the on-board NIC shows up, not my main NIC. Doing the same for my main NIC makes no change Anyone know how I can get "ethernet 2" to show up under "ethernet"? EDIT2: I just deleted the driver for the Mellanox and installed the driver from the website, and now I have no "ethernet" again. Both NIC's still work file...