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About Inception9269

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  • Location
    IL, USA


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix X570-E
  • RAM
    G.Skill TridentZ Neo 32GB (4x8) DDR4-3600
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Aorus 2080 Super Waterforce
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R6 Blackout TG
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 EVO 250GB, Samsung 850 EVO 500GB M.2-2280, Adata SU800 1TB SSD, Seagate 2TB SSHD, Western Digital 4TB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair HX850i
  • Display(s)
    ASUS 27" 2560x1440p 165hz G-Sync
  • Cooling
    Fractal Define Celsius S36
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Gaming K70 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 Pro RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional
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  1. if it's an nvme ssd in some cases you'll have to enable that in the bios. I'd also suggest looking at the bios and seeing if the drive is showing up there
  2. also if the issue is screen tearing, is there anyway to fix it for typical programs that aren't games?
  3. perhaps, I just have poor luck with finding help for these kind of things.
  4. I posted this on Tom's Hardware and got a similar suggestion. I finished doing all that, and then downloaded and installed drivers straight from Nvidia's site but still having that issue.
  5. I thought that could have been a possibility, the monitor I'm using is a 2560 x 1440p g-sync panel at 165fps. I have tested things out with setting it at 1080p @ 60fps but still the same issue.
  6. I say hard to explain cause I can't think of how to define it, which makes it very hard to try to look up online about it, considering I can never count on anyone here responding to anything I ever post. The problem I'm having can be viewed here with this program, Where the screen spazzes up like that. The program there is the Protocases designer tool, that being the first place I noticed this issue (and the best one for screenshots to show it). I tried updating everything I could, even doing clean installs of graphics drivers. Another example is this here, if I try using Runelite to play rs, Really hoping someone can help me out with this problem, though I doubt it considering I've come to view this site as useless when it comes to getting a response, more so getting one that's helpful. I've even tried doing reset pc in windows recovery but still nothing.
  7. passively was the wrong term, I just meant no other fans except the ones at bottom, nothing on the opposite side (being the top). Yeah I noticed that too, but that's the way the io cutout put it. Like I said, really hoping someone that knows this stuff better than I do could help me out with adjustments.
  8. This being something I started working on yesterday but was needing some help from someone better suited than myself, me using the Protocase designer tool to make this. I was originally intending on making an mITX case to replace the one I'm using for the pc in my living room, but there was a lot of open space with how big I made this one that I'm shooting for mATX now. I was needing help with some things, and was also hoping to get some feedback on the design. mATX - ITX attempt.pda I really like the idea of having the system shifted to where the graphics card is vertically mounted, and with fans along the bottom, blowing air up through the case, passively exhausting out the top since heat rises. A very important thing I was needing help with is making sure the standoffs for the motherboard are properly lined up with the io panel on the top of the case, something I couldn't figure out for the life of me. Also the insert used for the standoffs were ATX, so I was wanting help with making sure mATX will work. Lastly, when it comes to the top of the case, I don't really know if things line up for the PCI cutouts, I think I might have one too many. Also with the cutout for the power supply, the cutout is for ATX, but I need it to be able to fit an sfx power supply, especially since I need to accommodate the 3.5 drive bracket (SSDs I'm using with this pc are m.2). Another thing I want to note with the PSU, is I'd have the fan facing inside of the case. One other little detail I was needing help with is a cutout for a power button, I'd likely have it placed on the top of the case, as for where I'm not sure. I'm thinking maybe in the bottom right part of that picture where you have the 4 horizontal lines, 3 vertical, then 4 more horizontal, if to the right of the vertical ones.
  9. A couple random sources I've seen online mentioned around 4.25ghz being the furthest they can push theirs. I still have the itch to see how far I can go with mine, but not sure if I should go for it or not.
  10. Fractal Celsius S36, so I am using a triple rad AiO
  11. Right now I have it at a stable 4.2ghz @ 1.35w Was wanting to know how far 3700x's can typically go, the boost clock being 4.4ghz, though I don't think I'd be able to get that far. The motherboard I'm using is an Asus rog strix x570-e, it being pretty damn beefy.
  12. this one actually for wifi drivers, https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/B360-AORUS-GAMING-3-WIFI-rev-10/support#support-dl-driver-wlanbt
  13. Go to the download page on Gigabyte's site for your motherboard and download lan drivers? https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/B360-AORUS-GAMING-3-WIFI-rev-10/support#support-dl-driver-lan
  14. So, this is an issue that just started yesterday. For my system (part list here https://pcpartpicker.com/list/RHt2Rk ) I'm rocking a Ryzen 7 3700x cpu with a MSI MPG x570 gaming pro carbon motherboard. Yesterday it happened once out of nowhere, then a few minutes into using it again it did so once more. After that I went through the usual procedure of updating everything, MSI posted a bios update last month so I updated to that, and I also went and downloaded graphics drivers updates. It feels like it could be a cpu or gpu issue cause when I try turning my pc on after the first time it won't post and I'll have to power it off then on again, it typically showing cpu or vga light on the debug leds. I thought that maybe my cpu overclock might be the issue, I had it running at 4.2ghz with 1.35v, I lowered it down to 4.1ghz with 1.32v. It seems more likely to happen when gaming versus other things, so maybe it's a gpu issue, which I find unlikely since mine isn't even 6 months old (2080 super). I've seen someone suggest downloading a specific tool that's supposed to completely remove your graphics drivers, you then doing a clean install. What I'm more worried about though is that it could be a PSU issue, which would be a major headache. Mine is a https://pcpartpicker.com/product/B9kD4D/corsair-power-supply-ax860 , I don't remember when it was that I got it, but I'd say 2018 at the latest. I'd imagine it should still be under warranty, but I really don't want to go through the hassle of removing it as well as taking out all the cables as well (unless Corsair's RMA procedure for PSUs is to allow you to just send back the unit itself and not worry about returning the wires as well?). Back when I got this psu it was because I started having this issue with random shutdowns and replacing the psu resolved it. That said though I've seen a couple videos that showed it isn't always the psu at fault.