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  1. I idle at 25-32 c Cinebench r20 temps max out to the 70-78 [Score of 4902] and Multi core enhancement is on. No other settings on other than xmp. I'm using the corsair 150i Pro with arctic silver. However in Prime95 using the Small FFT s tests [Max power] I get 87-98 c on the cores. I was wondering if this specific test is known for taking these chips to their thermal limits, as afterall its such a unrealistic load. I'm just curious if this is normal or not.
  2. Tell me about it. Coming from fx here....
  3. Here is the bench, i cleared 175 gb out. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/17643786 Oddly enough it says the 9900k is performing on the lower side, no idea whats going on there. Stock speed and it boosts to 4.8 on average
  4. The thing is I dont remember my scores and ive cleared cache and stuff so I cant find old benches
  5. Drive has 32 gb left. Im going to clear it out and repeat and post my results.
  6. Cleared cmos and still getting these "incomplete" results. Im like 500% sure I got a working result a few months ago, same installation etc. Why? All drivers updated. https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/17643326
  7. I dont have these settings on the tv.
  8. I use a HDMI tv that has a resolution of 1360x768. In the desktop, everything is properly scaled, and looks crisp. However, when I open anything that requires fullscreen, it decides to overscan the game. Even though i'm in the right resolution. The picture is zoomed in and very blurry. The only solution is fullscreen windowed. Some people online said the disable scanning/enable overscan on the TV settings, however, my HMDI Tv dose not have those settings. I've been battling this issue for weeks now. I will add a few screenshots of my driver settings. I have tried messing around with these settings to no avail. But when I enable GPUScaling the desktop also overscans. I just dont understand why it would only overscan when in fullscreen but not in desktop.. This is annoying and thanks in advance to anyone that decided to help me out. If you need any more info please say so, as i'm trying to fix this asap. Driver Settings: https://gyazo.com/6e9fa0f4d050acaea9241fc88d62cca3 Global settings in AMD: https://gyazo.com/d95b9b95ff8c5ac03784942f0b9be5b0 Additional info on resolution: https://gyazo.com/dcdd91c69846a057d745e81341a95c41
  9. Hello everyone, i'm here with an issue that iv'e been dealing with for a bit. In the past you guys have helped a metric ton and I hope that will be the case here too.The situation: I recently purchased: Don't flame me for the dated components, I bought them unused, in the packaging from a retailer for 20% retail, so I had to get them..Msi 970 Gaming Motherboard [am3+]Fx 8120Rx 470My issue: I did my first boot and I got no signal. I proceeded to:1: Re-seat and test my ram on another machine [It worked fine, but did not get me a post on this new build]the mobo did also do its beep stating that ram was removed when I tried booting w/o ram.2: Make sure my CPU was seated correctly3: Clear the CMOS4: Make sure my PSU was fine. [Booted 3 other machines up no issue]5: Make sure my GPU was fine [ Again, it worked as expected in 3 other machines]6: And finally, I made sure my case wasn't shorting my MOBO out by breadboarding it onto a cardboard box. What I think is the issue: The fans, HDDS, and gpu spin up and the system stays on. I am thinking that it's because i'm attempting to do my first boot using an HDMI cable on my TV. I currently dont own a monitor and my Tv dosent have Display port nor does it have a DVI input. I have purchased a DVI to HDMI adapter to no avail. I think maybe the system is not posting visually because it's not accepting my HDMI/Digital connection. Is it possible that I must do the first boot with a VGA cable? I would have to get a DVI to VGA adapter in order for this to be possible as my video card has no VGA connection. I'm only saying this because I have heard that new MOBOS can sometimes refuse anything but plain DVI, or vga/analog connections. Thanks alot anyone that attempts to help me with my issue and I hope you guys are having a wonderful day
  10. Hello everyone, i'm here with an issue that iv'e been dealing with for a bit. In the past you guys have helped a metric ton and I hope that will be the case here too.The situation: I recently purchased: Don't flame me for the dated components, I bought them unused, in the packaging from a retailer for 20% retail, so I had to get them..Msi 970 Gaming Motherboard [am3+]Fx 8120Rx 470My issue: I did my first boot and I got no signal. I proceeded to:1: Re-seat and test my ram on another machine [It worked fine, but did not get me a post on this new build]the mobo did also do its beep stating that ram was removed when I tried booting w/o ram.2: Make sure my CPU was seated correctly3: Clear the CMOS4: Make sure my PSU was fine. [Booted 3 other machines up no issue]5: Make sure my GPU was fine [ Again, it worked as expected in 3 other machines]6: And finally, I made sure my case wasn't shorting my MOBO out by breadboarding it onto a cardboard box. What I think is the issue: The fans, HDDS, and gpu spin up and the system stays on. I am thinking that it's because i'm attempting to do my first boot using an HDMI cable on my TV. I currently dont own a monitor and my Tv dosent have Display port nor does it have a DVI input. I have purchased a DVI to HDMI adapter to no avail. I think maybe the system is not posting visually because it's not accepting my HDMI/Digital connection. Is it possible that I must do the first boot with a VGA cable? I would have to get a DVI to VGA adapter in order for this to be possible as my video card has no VGA connection. I'm only saying this because I have heard that new MOBOS can sometimes refuse anything but plain DVI, or vga/analog connections. Thanks alot anyone that attempts to help me with my issue and I hope you guys are having a wonderful day
  11. Hello everyone, i'm here with an issue that iv'e been dealing with for a bit. In the past you guys have helped a metric ton and I hope that will be the case here too.The situation: I recently purchased: Don't flame me for the dated components, I bought them unused, in the packaging from a retailer for 20% retail, so I had to get them..Msi 970 Gaming Motherboard [am3+]Fx 8120Rx 470My issue: I did my first boot and I got no signal. I proceeded to:1: Re-seat and test my ram on another machine [It worked fine, but did not get me a post on this new build]the mobo did also do its beep stating that ram was removed when I tried booting w/o ram.2: Make sure my CPU was seated correctly3: Clear the CMOS4: Make sure my PSU was fine. [Booted 3 other machines up no issue]5: Make sure my GPU was fine [ Again, it worked as expected in 3 other machines]6: And finally, I made sure my case wasn't shorting my MOBO out by breadboarding it onto a cardboard box. What I think is the issue: The fans, HDDS, and gpu spin up and the system stays on. I am thinking that it's because i'm attempting to do my first boot using an HDMI cable on my TV. I currently dont own a monitor and my Tv dosent have Display port nor does it have a DVI input. I have purchased a DVI to HDMI adapter to no avail. I think maybe the system is not posting visually because it's not accepting my HDMI/Digital connection. Is it possible that I must do the first boot with a VGA cable? I would have to get a DVI to VGA adapter in order for this to be possible as my video card has no VGA connection. I'm only saying this because I have heard that new MOBOS can sometimes refuse anything but plain DVI, or vga/analog connections. Thanks alot anyone that attempts to help me with my issue and I hope you guys are having a wonderful day
  12. I'm purchasing this screen in a couple of days. But I desperately need a this machine.
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