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5Beans6

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About 5Beans6

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  • Birthday 2000-06-20

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    Male

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600X @ 3.9 GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix B450-F Gaming
  • RAM
    32 Gb Corsair Vengeance LPX
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 4GB
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500GB M.2, 1Tb WD Black 7200RPM, 120Gb Kingston SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA NEX 650W
  • Display(s)
    1440p 27" Dell-U2515H, 1080p AOC 23" and Acer 21"
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Prism Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Razer Black Widow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Mionix Naos 3200
  • Sound
    JBL 3 Series MKII 7", AKG K240 Studio, Bose QC25
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. Update, I've run prime95 with the same timings but at a speed of 2400 and it was fine so maybe it is just voltage. I'm good with 2666 if I can get it but I don't want to go any lower since I'm on ryzen.
  2. I have tried all combinations My cpu is at 3.9 GHz though. I never have issues directly related to processor stability. I only ever have program crash reports referring to memory issues and BSODs that are for memory issues. Do you think 1.4v is still too little?
  3. I have 4 idential RAM sticks in my system, the only difference being the color of the heat spreader with (2 set bought at the same time in the same set. CMK16GX4M2B3000C15). When I have them all installed I get memory errors (Prime95) but when I just install 2 DIMMs at a time I have no errors. The fact that they independently work with no errors tells me that there are not hardware problems, but I cant figure out why when I have them all installed I do have problems. I do have the clock speed and timings dialed back to 2666, 16-18-18-35 and 1.4v in the 4 DIMM configuration. Do I need to lower the speed or loosen the timings more? Motherboard: ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING Processor: AMD R5-2600
  4. PCPP has a warning about the power supply potentially not being compatible with the setup. Have you made sure it has the correct connectors? Otherwise youll need a different one.
  5. Refresh my post. Also, I thought deepcool was a decent brand?
  6. Perfectly good specs Just get a different HDD, thats a datacenter drive
  7. When you consider the fact that some companies are already looking at 3nm, I don't think it's as far away as you think. Probably next 10 years.
  8. What is going to happen when we finally reach a point where transistors can literally not get any smaller because of the size of an atom? Are we going to have to figure out some other technology? Will we have to deal with it and just continue to make it better and better squeezing every last drop out of it like Intel seems to be doing with 14nm (Shots fired)?
  9. Not too concerned about HVEC, the only video Ive ever had to edit is from a smartphone lol. Its more for the after effects type stuff.
  10. I play video games, but mainly minecraft and anything else is very casual with friends lol. Im mainly concerned with stuff like blender or video performance.
  11. I currently have a 960 but I kinda want to upgrade a bit. I can get a 980 Ti for about $170 used on ebay while a 1070 is still a few hundred. Is it still worth it to buy one of these cards? One of the main reasons Im considering it is because Linus himself always says that its more worth it to buy an older top tier card than a newer lower tier card.
  12. I don't think its coming form the speakers because when I put my ear close to it, I cant pin point where its coming from.
  13. My laptop constantly makes the noises that sound very similar to a hard drive head moving, however my laptop doesn't actually have a hard drive or any other moving parts other than the fan. I noticed that the noises get more frequent when I move the mouse around. Like I said, it sounds almost exactly the same as a 2.5" HDD would but I know for a fact that my laptop does not have one. Does anyone know what these noises could be or how I can minimize it because its quite distracting? My laptop is an Inspiron 5790 2n1
  14. The other problem I always run into though is that every tutorial just kinda tells you what to do. Explains what it does, and then doesnt build on that. I have not idea what else is out there because the only information anybody every says is what they show in the video. They dont even say where I could go read about how to do other things. Its just heres some bricks, now go build a building but Im not going to tell you where you can find out more about building the building.
  15. Hello, I'm looking for a tutorial on Unity that teaches the program but without the basic programming instructions. I have already "learned" C# and I would like to get on with the more intermediate features within the scripting aspect and hot have to hear what a variable is for the 1000th time. Also sorry if this isn't the right thread but there is nothing for game development specifically. (by learned I mean that I've already gone through the basics of learning to program. I'm a CS major in college and I really don't need this instruction anymore. I am aware that there is always more to learn its just I don't need to hear the same things over and over.)
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