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LordWk

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About LordWk

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System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Asus STRIX B-450-F Gaming
  • RAM
    G.Skill HyperX 16GB DDR4 3200MhZ
  • GPU
    MSI MECH OC GP Radeon RX 5700
  • Case
    MSI MAG Vampiric 010X
  • Storage
    Kingston A2000 NVme 250GB / Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200
  • PSU
    Kolink Enclave 700W Gold FM
  • Display(s)
    LG LG 24MP59G-P 24"
  • Keyboard
    Owlotech K10 Mechanical Keyboard Blue Switch
  • Laptop
    MSI GE62VR 6QF

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  1. When you jump from 8GB to 16GB it allows Windows to use more RAM, its completely normal. If when you had 8GB its was using 2GB, its normal to jump to 3.5GB when upgrading to 16GB since now it can have more resources allocated there because there is more space.
  2. In the world of tech you'll be always asking yourself if you should rather wait or buy The question you should ask yourself is whether you need it now or not
  3. CPUZ reported 1.4 while playing, not on idle
  4. Oh so its the Motherboard the one who decides the voltages, I thought there was like a stock number of voltage for every different motherboard. Well then it was my mobo's fault (b450f strix), but jesus 86 degrees to 62 just because it was at 1.4 lol
  5. I've been thinking about this, why would AMD sell CPU's with such high voltages? My Ryzen 5 3600 was at stock doing 1.435v and everytime I played Overwatch or Forza Horizon the CPU ramped to 85-86Cº With the stock cooler. Now, using Ryzen Master, I did an OC of 100mhz (so 4.3GHz) and lowered the voltage to 1.17v (the point where it still does have 0 impact on performance) and now I play at 62Cº (-23Cº compared to stock) Why are they using such high voltages? Does having higher temps when they are not really needed make good advertisement? If someone can illuminate me and explain me this It would be cool since I dont understand it
  6. Thanks now it works perfectly
  7. Hey, I'm triying to make a fan curve and as you can see in the image, changing the fans on Crimson in fact does change the RPM of the fans, but they dont match the TEMP/RPM that I marked them to do. As you can see, its at 63Cº but doing 92% fan speed when in the program its marked as it should do 60%. If I move the temps and rpm it does change, but it does not match neither of the temps or the rpm. What im doing wrong? GPU: MSI MECH RX 5700 OC GP
  8. If the PC is for gaming, your CPU is quite overkill for what your GPU can deliver. If gaming IS a secondary priority, it should be ok, but dont expect to play at 1080p high +60FPS with nowadays games. If you are buying it brand new I would recommend you seeking other options.
  9. If by bottleneck you mean something that will limit your GPU performance, no. In fact, your biggest bottleneck in that build is your GPU. You have a beast of a PC with a 1060 its like having a Ferrari but with bicycle tires (asuming you want to game on that pc)
  10. I did something dumb before and I only connected the 24 Pins to MB and 16 Pins to PSU and left the other 8 pins hanging in there without plugin them too to the PSU lol btw check on your user manual the beep of the bios, since every error related thing should be there.
  11. Hey, I dont know where to undervolt my CPU, if on the BIOS or on the Ryzen Master. In Ryzen Master I Managed to lower the voltage to peak at 1.166v while maintaining a 100mhz overclock on each core (Ryzen 5 3600) resulting in an increase on performance while lowering my temps from 85 running cinebench to 80 (stock cooler) Is that a good enough voltage? I have to lower it more or is it safe? PS: Just for note in stock it was at 1.4v and I was getting 88-90C while making 1 run on cinebench at 4.2GHz
  12. As far as I know, it got patched. And no, for now I think Vanguard is just on Valorant.
  13. If I activate FreeSync with a 75Hz monitor but my GPU can deliver higher framerates, the GPU will drop down to 75FPS or the monitor will disable freesync until the game takes a dip below 75FPS ?
  14. A Chinese enterprise running on your PC at Kernel level, what could go wrong? Jokes aside, I don't think it will happen something bad with the Riot or Tencent, but if someone got how to trick Vanguard and gets to run on your kernel lvl it should be worrying if you were Bill Gates or Jeff Bezos. For normal users the only thing I think It can fuck up is with false positives. Vanguard closed my games everytime I opened up Afterburner because It though that i was cheating lol
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