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  1. Just if external router would help in packet loss or something when i use cable connection to the unit.
  2. Hi as the topic is, will my connection go more stable, or without some distortion or would it be more reliable due to more RAM and better processor in router when I use cable connection? Or is it that in that case it would be barely noticable and it doesn't matter that i have modem router combo when i care about cable? Does somebody know the truth about this topic?
  3. Hi I want to know about this from people who are using G5. Could you say that is worth it to change from onboard to this? Is it like really worth it? I'm thinking about it greatly and I can't conclude an answer for myself. I use now ROG SupremeFX from my motherboard Asus Z370-F with HyperX Cloud's but maybe in the future I would change them to something like Audio-Technica ATH-PDG1. What can you say? To buy, or not to buy?
  4. So in my case 1.3V my CPU is safe Thanks Somebody has other or similar information? I base my question on video about overclocking made by linus, where he saids when somebody wants to be adventurous he can change to adaptive mode.
  5. My collegue had same issue when using AMD Ryzen. So I think that this resolves the problem. Apparently in some cases CPU is stressed so hard, that sometimes it can't handle well any other tasks like rendering your desktop, and cursor movements. AIDA64 doesn't have that kind of impact. My OC was tested with it for 24 hours and no single error. Same with 8 hours of RealBench. I used Blender too and it handles well.
  6. Hi, i have a question. I've done my research and its not that big of a difference when i have overclocked CPU vs default one in power consumption (measured with wattmeter). In this case i think I would be better to leave my voltage on override and not to mess with adaptive or offset mode. My BIOS settings for VCore is 1.3 V with 4.8GHz OC for i5 8600K CPU. Temperatures are in my opinion low, because they only reach 60 degrees Celsius. Is it a real deal, that my CPU will live so much shorter when I use override versus adaptive or offset with CStates? I don't want to mess around more, and VCore on offset seems a little to high at momements. What do you think?
  7. I've tried with other psu, which is new. No change. I think, it should be that way.
  8. This is the video of this issue. U can turn off audio, because it is in Polish. Video of stress test freezes . This was tested in realbench. Is it ok, or should i be worried?
  9. I don't know, but when i play BF4 i think game is not smooth enough even when I have 140 fps.
  10. Not very long, for about month maximum.
  11. The clue question is. If my system freezes during stress test only for a second or two, is this a reason to call it unstable? Should i then just add more voltage?
  12. No problem. System only freezes with OCCT. I think that no other program, even prime95.
  13. Just as I said higher "My i5 8600k when using OCCT Linpack with AVX freezes even on stock" There is certainly one freeze at the start of occt when it goes for a minute. Freeze is like 1 or 2 seconds long.
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