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Mr.Humble

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About Mr.Humble

  • Title
    Czech mate
  • Birthday 1996-08-04

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Europe, Czech Republic
  • Interests
    Sarcasm and annoying people
  • Occupation
    Accounting student

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS STRIX X570-F
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX 16GB (2*8GB) DDR4 3333MHz
  • GPU
    GIGABYTE GTX1080 G1
  • Case
    FRACTAL DESIGN Define C w/ blue Meshify C front
  • Storage
    OS: Kingston KC2000 1TB GAMES: Intel 660p 1TB DATA: Seagate Desktop 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x (2018)
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator X34P 1440p Curved Ultrawide
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U12A
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe RGB Cherry MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Core
  • Sound
    Massdrop x Sennheiser HD6XX & Massdrop O2+SDAC
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Mr.Humble

    Kingston A400 480GB - Garbage?

    A400 is garbagio look at Seagate Barracuda SSDs, Crucial BX500 and MX500, Kingston UV500 and WD Blue SSDs
  2. Mr.Humble

    R5 3600 or R7 2700?

    I'd go with the faster 3600 - Photoshop and some video editing software prefer speed over number of threads, and gaming performance of the 3600 is not much behind the 3700X. It will do 1440p completely fine. If you actually have a use case for more cores, the 2700X is a great option too.
  3. Mr.Humble

    Looking for new Keyboard like the G710+

    Yeah it has those macro keys, if you used them on the G710+ it's probably better than the K70mk2, and if you're okay with the price then I suppose it's the most similar replacement
  4. Mr.Humble

    Looking for new Keyboard like the G710+

    If you can find a G710+ new, go for it. If not, Czech out Corsair STRAFE Mk.2 and K70 Mk.2
  5. Mr.Humble

    Looking for new Keyboard like the G710+

    Hi! Look for keyboards with Cherry MX Brown switches. The G710+ has unfortunately been discontinued.
  6. Mr.Humble

    Speed Up Large File Count Transfers?

    RAID0 will format the current drive
  7. So I started some (not very scientific) testing and apparently there's a bit of a difference between PBO "auto" and PBO "disabled" (BIOS settings, still no Ryzen Master) Cinebench R20 with PBO disabled, -0,0375V Vcore = 4400 points (actual Vcore under load between 1.2 and 1.3V), sustained max. frequency 3,85GHz Cinebench R20, PBO disabled, -0,0625V Vcore = 4450 points (actual Vcore under load between 1.15 and 1.2V), sustained max. frequency 3,9GHz Cinebench R20, PBO "auto", -0,0625V Vcore = 4600 points (actual Vcore under load between 1.3 and 1.35V), sustained max frequency 4,05GHz Up to +10°C on Tdie with PBO "auto" Also the CPU is consistently pulling 105W Package power under load. 1.25 Manual Vcore = BSOD on startup 1.275 manual Vcore = BSOD on running Cinebench R20 Cinebench R20, PBO disabled, 1.3V manual Vcore = 3500 (!) points, actual Vcore 1.262V, sustained max frequency 3.2GHz (replicated multiple runs) Cinebench R20, PBO "auto", 1.3V manual Vcore = 4250 points, actual Vcore 1.256 - 1.262V, sustained max frequency 4.05GHz Cinebench R20, PBO "enabled", voltage and frequency boost maxxed manually, 1.3V manual Vcore = 4250 points, actual Vcore 1.256 - 1.262V, sustained max frequency 4.075GHz Cinebench R20, PBO "auto", Vcore auto = 4650 points, actual Vcore 1.35 - 1.357 V, sustained max frequency 4.05GHz, 125W CPU package power, +10°C under load compared to highest previous temperature Preliminary conclusions: 1) Offset undervolting is more beneficial than manual Vcore 2) Unless explicitly disabled, PBO is ALWAYS active 3) additional validation required @GabenJr
  8. Mr.Humble

    what do you think about this?

    then buy bigger
  9. Mr.Humble

    what do you think about this?

    The A400 doesn't go over 350MB/s sequential. Kingston UV500, Crucial BX500 and MX500, Seagate and WD SSDs are much better and comparably priced.
  10. Mr.Humble

    I can safe remove my C:\ drive. WHAT??? Help!

    What if I get this icon while hot-swap is disabled? Is there a Windows setting for this?
  11. Those are sequential numbers which play very little role in system load times. Random performance of NVMe SSDs is often only slightly better than of SATA SSDs. No problem! Hopefully you'll be happy with your new SSD when you get it
  12. It can be done using specialized software such as Paragon Disk Manager, but most likely you won't notice an improvement. I'd suggest you uninstall unused programs or clean install Windows on your current SSD. If you have Microsoft account associated with your device the license will transfer upon login. Otherwise you just activate it with the old license key.
  13. Slightly - there's roughly 200 points difference between offset and stock in Cinebench R20, but that's a worst case scenario when system startup isn't complete before the test. Gaming-wise I can't tell Curiously it would seem that the chip doesn't much care about the offset either - I had -0.05V offset initially, and the Vcore under load was 1.288-1.3 - same as with -0.075 offset. It's possible that's due to PBO so I intend to investigate further. Pretty much consistent with my experience. Undervolting without PBO seems to be the way to go right now, plus CCX OC. Unfortunately I can't do the latter because it requires Ryzen Master. BTW der8auer posted a video asking Ryzen 3000 owners to test maximum boost clocks, so Czech it out and provide him with some real world data if you're so inclined
  14. I enabled PBO but frankly it doesn't seem to do much. I also applied a negative 0.075V offset on Vcore to get temperatures lower. Can't tinker around Ryzen Master because of the stupid virtualization-based security conflict
  15. Mr.Humble

    Legit sites selling legit Windows 10 keys?

    https://www.software-deals.eu/ lizengo.de DISCLAIMER: If you're not in the EU it's not my problem your license doesn't work
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