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  1. I've heard alot of bad stories about the drivers on that card, are they better now? I've already had my fair share of bad amd drivers so i wouldn't mind sacrificing performance for stability. Also my current AMD GPU probably became instable because of it's high temperatures and i don't want that to happen again...
  2. Hey guys My current pc has a instable graphics card of some sort and im not sure if i should just buy a new GPU or build an entirely new PC. Here are my current specs: - i5 4460 (cpu) - Gelid Solutions Tranquillo rev. 2 (cpu cooler) - MSI B85-G41 PC Mate (motherboard) - 8gb DDR3 ram 1600mhz (ram) - r9 380 2gb (gpu) - 1TB HDD - Seasonic 430W bronze PSU What i would want to build if i where to build a new pc: - AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Boxed (cpu) - Gigabyte B450 Aorus Elite (motherboard) - MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Super Armor OC (gpu) - Seagate Barracuda, 1TB (hdd) - Fractal Design Define R5 Black (case) - Gelid Solutions Phantom Black (cpu cooler) - Corsair Vengeance LPX CMK16GX4M2B3200C16 (RAM, 16GB at 3200mhz) - Corsair TX550M V2 (psu) - Kingston A2000 250GB (m.2 ssd) This build is around 1000 euro's Do you think i should just buy a new GPU or a new PC? Also feel free to drop some recommendations for the build Thanks a ton!
  3. Thanks for the help man!
  4. I'll try that, thank you!
  5. Is there something i can do about that? If i reduce the reduction size it does work
  6. It gives an error stating Invalid Result
  7. I uninstalled them with the amd cleanuputility Windows and my games are up to date, i dont know anything about the bios being outdated the temps are around 80 degrees celsius under load (my fans spin up when necessary)
  8. Hey guys, i think i have a problem with my gpu. Whenever i play some type of demanding game like fortnite or overwatch my game crashes after a couple minutes. Games like league of legends and minecraft work fine. Whenever i crash both my screens turn black with outlines for the windows taskbar and then my everthing turns to what its supposed to show but the game has crashed. Sometimes i get error messages like the application has crashed or your rendering device has been lost. I have already cleaned my pc and gpu and unistalled all gpu drivers and installed new ones. The gpu doesn't have absurdly high temperatures and it's always around 100% ingame and it stays like this untill it crashes and drops down to around 5%. Does anyone know how i might fix this? Here are my specs: - i5 4460 - r9 380 2GB (from msi) Thank you so much!
  9. I'm not a power user, i occasionally play a game on it like hearthstone or easy to run casual games but i do use it alot for youtube or other basic phone stuff. I'm just not sure if the S9 is worth the 60$ more...
  10. No one seems to complain about it in the reviews so i don't think its a big issue in my country
  11. The Mi 8 64gb is 370 and the 128gb is 420, the S9 plus is 480 but i really prefer the smaller size of the regular S9. Is the battery enough to get through the day?
  12. In what ways is the S9 better than the F1, the F1 has a better battery and storage right?
  13. I dont use data much (almost never), does it affect calling tho?
  14. It can get 1800 and my courier does 800 1800 and 2600 so i think im good
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