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  1. What would be a good frequency to try and achieve? I've seen others get CL14 kits to 3733 MHz 15-15-15-34. Would this be plenty or should I shoot for CL16 at 4000mhz? If I were to go this route would I just leave the FCLK and UCLK to auto?
  2. So I watched this video: After watching this I was left confused and couldn't really make my own conclusions. Right now I have an R7 3700X and Team Dark 3200mhz 14-14-14-31-97 and I currently have it overclocked to 3400mhz 14-14-14-29-43 @1.39v. My main question is, in my case, what should I set the infinity fabric clock to? For gaming performance what would the best direction be for this kit?
  3. So currently I have a Team Dark Pro 3200mhz 14-14-14-31 kit paired with an R7 3700x. I am looking to further improve gaming performance by overclocking and don't know what would work best. Where would the most performance gains be? Should I see how far I can push the clock speed? Do I change voltages? Should I loosen timings to 15 so I can raise clock speed further?
  4. I already got into my BIOS? I said it in my first reply. I dont think NVMe supports UEFI boot. In the BIOS there are only UEFI boot options for SATA drives
  5. Newest BIOS and Windows 10 Like I said, I believe It’s because of the “BIOS Mode: Legacy” I don’t know if it being in Legacy mode like that and not UEFI is an issue in the MB BIOS it says the boot options are UEFI Only so I don’t know why it’s saying Legacy in Windows 10
  6. Gigabyte's App Center worked after I downloaded the FastBoot utility. I couldn't boot to UEFI as the button was not there.
  7. I turned on Ultra Fast Boot out of curiosity even though I have an NVMe drive. It skips the post screen quickly and the keyboard doesn’t have time to turn on. So I can’t boot into BIOS by pushing the Delete key. I also can’t get into the BIOS by going into Recovery and clicking the UEFI Settings button as it is not there. I believe this is because the BIOS is in Legacy mode for some reason? I have a Gigabyte x570 Aorus Elite
  8. Why am I unable to get my memory past 3000mhz on this motherboard then?
  9. Would I be able to get my ram to 3600 with a b450?
  10. Isn’t the fans on those really loud?
  11. I am looking for a good X470 motherboard that has a lot of features and has good overclocking functionality. When I upgraded to a 3700x I got a cheaper X470 for $110 and I couldn’t get the ram speeds I wanted with it. For above $160-200 what would be a good x470 motherboard?
  12. I am not sure which Ryzen I wanted to purchase but I narrowed it down to 2. I will be using it for mostly gaming. Is the performance boost worth the $70?
  13. I’m deciding what ram I wanted to buy for my upgrade to Zen 2. This set is one of the most popular DDR4 3200mhz (https://pcpartpicker.com/product/p6RFf7/corsair-memory-cmk16gx4m2b3200c16) and then I saw what looks like the same ones but for only $10 dollars more it’s 3600mhz (https://pcpartpicker.com/product/VNJtt6/corsair-16-gb-2-x-8-gb-ddr4-3600-memory-cmk16gx4m2d3600c18). Im just skeptical since it has no reviews and if 3600mhz is unstable or something. I am mostly just wondering since I read Ryzen likes faster memory
  14. I ordered this last night. It’s the cheapest g-sync monitor on PCPartPicket because it’s “renewed.” Should I stick with the g-sync or save $70 and not run the risk of getting a bad refurb. Nvidia’s marketing has made me want g-sync over g-sync compatible. The only thing holding me back from g-sync compatible is the adaptive sync framerate range. And all the over “certifications” Nvidia gives the g-sync monitors Did I make a bad choice or should I save a buck and not buy into Nvidia’s marketing? (I replied on my phone which I am logged into a diff account. Didn’t notice till now)
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