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Concil

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  1. Hello fellas, today i am having questions about memory overclocking or XMP, i have set my ram to the XMP profile in the bios, but i don't believe it's actually set to those speeds. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/24388166 The specs are all there, i haven't updated the BIOS on the mother board, and i thought i would be knowledgeable enough to OC the ram on my own, but i am definitely not familiar with memory OC on ryzen
  2. True, but i am kinda baffled that it says my 2070 super super is performing so badly compared to other 2070 supers
  3. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/24093914 Just built the system, and made sure it was running the factory OC, but the GPU only got up to like 88%, so i overclocked it even further just to try and hit the 100% in the gaming category Edit: The original Bench before i started OCing https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/24093677
  4. I have a 1070ti myself, with more modern titles i find that 1080p 144hz is the sweet spot. Lots of newer games will give your GPU a hard time at 1440p high
  5. Sounds good, i'm not really afraid to Overclock RAM, i know Zen2 is hard to squeeze performance out of, but i just want the ram to not limit it's potential
  6. I am probably beating a dead horse, but i just need a definitive answer instead of "It doesn't matter". On a R5 3600, is CL15 3000mhz better or is a CL16 3200mhz better?
  7. Thank you, this is what i was looking for. Got tired of scrubbing through youtube videos with benchmarks and comparing it to another video with benchmarks
  8. I've been using user benchmark for a while, and i have to ask, is it really that reliable? I see comparisons like These and others as i am comparing between Intel and AMD and i wonder if these are good comparisons at all, when an R9 3950X is only 4% faster than a i3 9350KF Source here
  9. Well, this is very insightful, should probably save an extra 200 hundred dollars for a threaded CPU, or atleast some of the eight core cpus from intel. I just really don't want to discover that this platform doesn't have much more to give me. Which is a truth am avoiding.
  10. Yeah, was hoping someone would tell me this. I really am just trying to balance out the System in total with a 9600KF, but i don't know much about these new 10 gen cpus from intel yet. May as well wait till after CES thats comming up incase new info appears, but i am mostly worried about needing to upgrade the mobo.
  11. I agree man, but for around 200-210 dollars, i can't deny it.
  12. Yeah, my main goal isn't the 3950KF, mainly interested in 9600KF because the i7 is kinda out of my reach. And i have a kit of Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 3000 C15 2x8GB ram installed in the Mobo
  13. Hello users, I have an Asus ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING Motherboard, with an i5-8500. I was lurking around today when i noticed an i3-3950KF and i thought it was a funny little 4 core chip. I am not here for the value proposition of the 3600X or hearing about how many threads i won't have. What i am here for is putting my motherboards overclocking capabilities to good use, since frankly, they are wasted on my i5-8500. I won't be streaming, i won't be video editing, and at most i might record gameplay onto my pc. What i am here for is pure gaming, not bottle necking my 1070ti, and overclocking a CPU to 5Ghz, which is why i thought the i3-3950KF was kind of cool. Should i upgrade to a i5-9600KF? And if so, do you guys think i could get the CPU to 5Ghz?
  14. This is the good stuff that i come for, thank you.
  15. I was contemplating this while picking the parts, but i don't know if i wanna go through the hassle of having to do a bios update with an older chip, unless if you know if its compatible out of the box?
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