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About normpearii

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  • Birthday 1994-10-31

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  • CPU
    AMD FX 8320 @ 4
  • Motherboard
    ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0
  • RAM
    x4 Kingston HyperX Blue 4 GB DDR3 1600 MHz
  • GPU
    MSI AMD Radeon R9 390 8 GB OC
  • Case
    Rosewill Blackhawk
  • Storage
    Sandisk Pro 240 GB SSD, x5 7200 RPM Harddrives (320 GB, 1 TB, x3 2 TB)
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Smart 750 Watt 80+ Bronze
  • Display(s)
    Left: NEC MultiSync LCD 1700NX; Middle & Right: Samsung E2420
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K120 :(
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700s
  • Sound
    Logitech G35, Tekmotion Yapster TM-YW100A
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Ultimate

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  1. I'm pretty sure I have one of those motherboards somewhere. Doesn't it have Onboard something like Radeon 3000 series Graphics with a bios setting for reserve memory for the intergrated graphics? Edit: Yeah, in the bios, change the memory reserved for the intergrated grapics. Also, what on earth is the ambient in that room? Edit 2: If you're not using the integrated graphics, (the VGA port on the motherboard) there should be a setting to disable it as well.
  2. Have you tried using a different PCI-E slot? Have either of you had any BSOD that have appeared more than once with the same reason?
  3. Probably comparing it to the 480 to convince people to buy it over the used stock on ebay / Polaris is 3 years old and if I remember right the average upgrade window is ~3 years. The 1650 for obvious competition reasons.
  4. You can. Used to do so back about 8 years ago, I had an old Nivida integrated graphics chip on an ASUS AM2 board, paired with an AMD 5450 for a second display.
  5. Isn't the most watched video on LTT still the toy firetruck video? lol If you don't want to watch something, news flash, you don't have to. No one is forcing you to. Plus it wasn't the only LTT video that day. I for one, enjoy something different every once in awhile.
  6. Welcome to Microcenter. This is why I tell people to use their pickup now instead of finding it themselves. It's pretty much know what you're there for, or get talked into buying something you don't need. We had a guy in a game I play go to Microcenter to buy new monitors to use with his 1080ti (Was using a TV) Got talked into buying 1080p freesync monitors, even though we told him to get Gync Monitors. (2 years ish ago.)
  7. Did you still have drivers installed when you switched GPUs? If so, boot into safemode and see if the desktop appears with the basic windows display driver.
  8. Check edit, I added a bit. If you're aiming for a 2080ti and GPU encoding. 9700k for higher clocks for the game.
  9. Wait til the new AMD processors launch in a few weeks. Even if you're so hard set on not getting AMD parts. They might shake up the pricing of Intel's processors. If you're streaming through nvidia's software, none of those CPU will change anything for you. You're currently using the encoder on the GPU instead of CPU encoding. As is, the best thing to do would be in intentionally limit your FPS slightly, to free up the GPU a little so it's not pegged to full utilization. This will smoothen out the frame pacing on your livestream, cause right now, your stream is dropping into the mid 40s and not holding 60 fps.
  10. Also, I suggest try reseating the cooler.
  11. What process did you use to overclock? That voltage seems pretty high to me.
  12. Yeah, send AMD a support ticket. Probably an unintended issue with the driver. Happens, unfortunately.
  13. Did you try reverting to the previous driver? Could be a single game issue with the new driver, happens occasionally. If it works on the previous driver again, then report it to AMD.
  14. Still no Thunderbolt... Would be so much more useful if it had one.