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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600X
  • RAM
    32 DDR4
  • GPU
    RX 580 8GB
  • Storage
    over 4 TB in total
  • Display(s)
    2x 1080p, one of them curved Samsung screen
  • Mouse
    Sharkoon SharkForce
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Home 1803

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  1. @James Can the LTT team please open up that so-called "GTX 1060" and check out what's actually engraved into the die to finally find out if it's a GTX 450 ("GF106" would be GTS 450), or to find out if they even somehow removed/covered the engraving to cover up the actual GPU, and post photos of it in this thread, or even make a short tech-tips video with Linus or another LTT-person (Anthony?) about opening that graphicscard and checking out the die markings/size? Would be amazing to figure out how that wish.com GPU-seller actually proceeded!
  2. Uninstall windows updates from the day that this LTT video appeared? Microsoft might have patched something (in cooperation with Intel/Nvidia)?
  3. Dunno, maybe Windows updates after this Linus video was released changed something? What CPU u have? Did u do ALL steps in the video? Where u get this from? Own testing?
  4. Ok I guess I'll go with this one someda, assuming it won't break when I run my Ryzen 5 1600X on 4.0 or even 4.2 GHz (1.4v) https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/X370 Taichi/
  5. Thank you very very much! Where did you get this calculation from, though? And are there mainboards with temp sensors and some technology to "throttle" the VRMs to less amp? Or what would happen to a CPU if the amps drop by a little bit? Would it just calculate slower, or instantly produce wrong calculations and make the OS crash? Which manufacturers produce AM4 mainboards with 6 phases, are they available to normal users?
  6. And no overheat-protection? They even advertise with "Ultra Durable"......
  7. "too much wattage" ? So you'd say Gigabyte's X370 mainboards can't handle 1.4 Volt???
  8. Wait WHAT? I just thought risk of CPU being fried??? How would the mainboard die at 1.4 V ?? wtf
  9. LOL and now that Gigabyte X370 had boot problems, wtf, sometimes not even Bios appearing (no signals to monitor), sometimes Windows boots but suddenly black screens again. Returned it, gladly my AsRock A320 board is still working now and very reliable. Gigabyte, W T F...
  10. It's just a super short "thump" kinda sounds. Can this be changed to a more decent sound please?
  11. What about this one, this one appears to have connectors? What is to be expected of this card? https://www.ebay.com/itm/Zotac-P-106-Grafikkarte-NVIDIA-6GB-DDR-5-1060er-Chipsatz/283342398433
  12. then can you explain the ~ 20% cost increase of a mainboard in 2018 from back in 2016 or so?