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Goildzy

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    Goildzy reacted to Mira Yurizaki in Is SLI worth doing anymore? (opinions)   
    That's less than 4K. A GTX 1080 Ti can handle that "well"
     
    And the answer was it depends on the time you were considering it and how much you were willing to put up with either side's quirks. The first implementation of CrossFire required a Master CrossFire card, you couldn't do it with just any card. AMD did away with that later and opened up CrossFire so it was possible to do it on more systems than SLI. SLI's problem at first was it needed nForce boards, then whatever chipset NVIDIA decided was worthwhile to license it on.
     
    There were also more complaints on microstuttering CrossFire than SLI. Or at least, it was bad enough AMD specifically addressed it.
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    Goildzy got a reaction from Canada EH in Low FPS on very basic game, why?   
    Dont do whatthe first guy says.... What is your powerplan in windows and in your nvidia cp
     
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    Goildzy reacted to partymarty in ASUS STRIX GTX 970 CRASH WHILE GAMING   
    When I get those problems I always do this:
    1- Take off any overclocks you  have (cpu + gpu + ram)
    2- Download and Install DDU, deinstall all drivers, reboot pc, download the drivers from the Nvidia website and reinstall them.
    3- Search on TechPowerup for a new "vga bios" (if you google vga bios, you'll find the site). Check with GPU-z if the version shown on the site is newer than the one the gpu is running... If not, I flash the new bios onto the card with nvflash64.
    4- Still problems? I take the card out of the system... Give it a good cleanup with compressed air (and with older cards I change the thermal paste, but this is a 970 so it is most likely not needed).
    5- Cry a lot a look up if there's still a warranty of some kind.
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    Goildzy reacted to GoodBytes in IPS vs AH-IPS   
    Hey @ambra0, welcome to the forum.
    Thank you for the informative post, but this thread is from 2013.
    Please don't necro old threads.
     
    I am sure that the OP has his new monitor now. So, so I am going to close the thread.
    Please look at the thread date, or last post date before posting.
     
    Cheers!
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    Goildzy reacted to ambra0 in IPS vs AH-IPS   
    These below were all developed by Hitachi

    Super TFT (IPS) - 1996 Wide viewing angle 100/100 Base level Most panels also support true 8-bit per channel color. These improvements came at the cost of a slower response time, initially about 50 ms. IPS panels were also extremely expensive.

    Super-IPS (S-IPS) - 1998 has all the benefits of IPS technology with the addition of improved pixel refresh timing.

    Advanced Super-IPS (AS-IPS) - 2002 Improves substantially on the contrast ratio of traditional S-IPS panels to the point where they are second only to some S-PVAs.

    IPS-Provectus (IPS-Pro) - 2004 The latest panel from IPS Alpha Technology with a wider color gamut and contrast ratio matching PVA and ASV displays without off-angle glowing.

    IPS alpha (IPS-Pro) - 2008 High contrast ratio Next generation of IPS-Pro

    IPS alpha next gen (IPS-Pro) - 2010 High contrast ratio Technology transfer from Hitachi to Panasonic



    These below were all developed by LG

    Horizontal IPS (H-IPS) - 2007 Improves contrast ratio by twisting electrode plane layout. Also introduces an optional Advanced True White polarizing film from NEC, to make white look more natural. This is used in professional/photography LCDs.

    Enhanced IPS (E-IPS) - 2009 Wider aperture for light transmission, enabling the use of lower-power, cheaper backlights. Improves diagonal viewing angle and further reduce response time to 5ms.

    Professional IPS (P-IPS) - 2010 Offer 1.07 billion colours. More possible orientations per sub-pixel (1024 as opposed to 256) and produces a better true colour depth.

    Advanced High Performance IPS (AH-IPS) - 2011 Improved colour accuracy, increased resolution and PPI, and greater light transmission for lower power consumption
     
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    Goildzy reacted to Stefan Payne in 7700k/ 7600k vs Ryzen   
    No, it makes perfect sense.
    Its the same shit in every area.
    There are some people (like you), who try 'the other side' but are never ever really happy with it because they are looking for trouble with them.

    And that seems the case for you.
    Why else wouldn't you RMA the RAM?!
     
    No, they ain't...
    You still have to look at the manual to look at what slots you have to use for the system to boot at all.
     
     
    That's false information you are spreading right now.
     
    No, it depends on the Board, how good the designer was and how many layers the board has. There are some more expensive boards that allow higher memory clocks than other, cheaper ones.
     
    And also you need Memory that runs well with Ryzen - wich you didn't get because you didn't do your research well enough for Ryzen.
     
    That's the only thing you can really do wrong -> choosing the wrong memory. And you did that.
     
     
    Because Ryzen is new and does somethings different.
    And the old games are not made to run well on Ryzen, they don't even know about it.
    If you have two threads, one on one CCX and the other on the other one, do you believe the Performance will be good?
    No it won't...
    And that is one of the Problems Ryzen has...

    You can try to pin the Threads of the games to certain cores, that might work as well...
    Your statement shows, that you never ever had a PC before the Windows 95 area and know about what you have to do to make a game to run.
    If you want it to just work, why haven't you gotten an XBox?? Or a Playstation 4??
    There you can expect 0 Problems with the Hardware because there is no variance - OK; some (old) games might crash on PS4 PRO with Boost Mode, so that might be too much hassle for you.
     
    You bought a new Plattform and didn't expect any bugs with it?
    Do I have to say more??
    If you want it to just work, why not wait a Month or two??
     
    And now you know that the QVL was there for a reason.
    You also could have looked up other QVL Lists of other manufacturers, to possibly get a Kit that you yould afford.

    Besides that, the official specifications for Ryzen is 2666MHz -> http://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-7-1700x
     
    But that's not the point. The point is that 3200MHz is very tricky on the engineering level, to get the timing right and that is also the reason why some chips run like shit on ryzen and some run really really well on ryzen.
     
    And I don't understand why you don't just replace the memory to something that is know good for Ryzen. Why you instead want to replace the Motherboard and CPU, instead of just the Memory.
     
    It is entirely possible that the memory is the Problem you have and messes up your system, so why not replace it??
     
    why not just try new memory with Samsung B-Die??
     
    Here a List of possible RAM Kits:
    And here something in German:
    https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f13/die-ultimative-hardwareluxx-samsung-8gb-b-die-liste-alle-hersteller-21-12-17-a-1161530.html
     
    Thank you, that's also my impression.
     
    That's also what I am suspecting and mentioned why he didn't at least RMA his RAM or tried a different module...
    That's what Warranty is kinda for...
    But now its kinda late...
     
    ...and here we are at the point of one can do no wrong, others can do no right...
     
    Yeah, Ryzen is a very good CPU, especially if you keep in mind how little money/resources AMD had to develop it!
     

    And the sad thing, if you compare Bulldozer with other CPUs of the time with games from today, Bulldozer performs really well and beats most of it.
    If you compare it to other CPUs that were priced similarly (wich means i3-3k and i5-3k Series), Bulldozer comes out on top many times....
     
    But at the time - around 5 Years ago -, really well multithreaded software was rare...
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    Goildzy got a reaction from kelvinhall05 in A great PC year but actually NOT!?   
    It is a hell of a year in the pc world. Before you realise what that new product is, something else came out right after. Forced releases from intel due to a comeback (1 year) since a long while from AMD. A online currency psyche hype, the newest cpu's out faster than ever with more cores than ever for the consumer world. People are jumping around happily buying all their goodies. Praising the year of the PC world 2017. Now is the time to upgrade they say, but is it? Is it really a great year? I mean it sure is and I was about to upgrade to a total new system. Hooray for me cause its the year everything went nuts. Indeed.....nuts. Where I was happy (still am as nerd) to get ready and wait out this year from 2017 February to summer and build a nice system. But wait what happened so many...choices and price shifts new architecture faster releases...instead...this really sucks (if you wanna build right now) its a year of breakthroughs (consumer wise not technically) and next season the battle shall continue. I know that you could like "wait forever" to build a system. But personally I think it is the right time to wait indeed! What's next? And who waited with me? Ready for summit/pinnacle? Volta? More releases from Intel? How will the new APU from intel/amd come to its right (side thing). Will the current gen drop prices really fast? What do you think? 
     
    I think, intel screwed us long enough for years while I dream about a 8700k build for the heck of it. And I hope AMD can drop back into the market where they belong with a strong ST cycle. Will the new age of apps and games have a way better compromise with the huge threaded cpu's that have been released? As in some games and apps more cores at lower clock speed see a strong result equal to a high single thread performance ask. Will windows 10 ever feel like win 7(lol)? It is a pain in the ass to not build right now, just like the X versions intel released, But I am really enjoying all of this year. Monitors dont price well with the rest of the builds sadly. I wish they shift us up and away from 1080p 1900's stuff.
     
    PS:
    Peace out guys i could go on forever.
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    Goildzy got a reaction from kelvinhall05 in A great PC year but actually NOT!?   
    It is a hell of a year in the pc world. Before you realise what that new product is, something else came out right after. Forced releases from intel due to a comeback (1 year) since a long while from AMD. A online currency psyche hype, the newest cpu's out faster than ever with more cores than ever for the consumer world. People are jumping around happily buying all their goodies. Praising the year of the PC world 2017. Now is the time to upgrade they say, but is it? Is it really a great year? I mean it sure is and I was about to upgrade to a total new system. Hooray for me cause its the year everything went nuts. Indeed.....nuts. Where I was happy (still am as nerd) to get ready and wait out this year from 2017 February to summer and build a nice system. But wait what happened so many...choices and price shifts new architecture faster releases...instead...this really sucks (if you wanna build right now) its a year of breakthroughs (consumer wise not technically) and next season the battle shall continue. I know that you could like "wait forever" to build a system. But personally I think it is the right time to wait indeed! What's next? And who waited with me? Ready for summit/pinnacle? Volta? More releases from Intel? How will the new APU from intel/amd come to its right (side thing). Will the current gen drop prices really fast? What do you think? 
     
    I think, intel screwed us long enough for years while I dream about a 8700k build for the heck of it. And I hope AMD can drop back into the market where they belong with a strong ST cycle. Will the new age of apps and games have a way better compromise with the huge threaded cpu's that have been released? As in some games and apps more cores at lower clock speed see a strong result equal to a high single thread performance ask. Will windows 10 ever feel like win 7(lol)? It is a pain in the ass to not build right now, just like the X versions intel released, But I am really enjoying all of this year. Monitors dont price well with the rest of the builds sadly. I wish they shift us up and away from 1080p 1900's stuff.
     
    PS:
    Peace out guys i could go on forever.
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    Goildzy got a reaction from pdr in Desktop turning off and then on   
    Have you ever tried to refit your ram?
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    Goildzy reacted to Leonard in Ram Upgrade Help!   
    If you can purchase online from amazon then here that is the exact RAM as the RAM ID you posted which is f3-17000CL11, so start there first, IDK what you think about the price though it is kind of a strange time to buy PC parts because prices are wonky.
     
    The thing about buying different RAM is you really won't know what will happen until you install it, it may work with no issues, it may work with issues and then it may not work at all.
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    Goildzy reacted to Jurrunio in 4 phase VRM enough for OC 6700K?   
    Shouldnt use this mobo for overclocking.
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    Goildzy reacted to Princess Luna in Graphics card choice   
    @Tom is a Door Never advise a A320 chipset motherboard, all of them are junk and can't overclock either the CPU or the memory rendering Ryzen far too slow to make sense over getting the Pentium G4560.
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    Goildzy reacted to lefudgelover666 in Which is the best 1050ti or 980ti?   
    overclocked it matches a 1070, 1070ti would be over a Titan X (Maxwell)
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    Goildzy reacted to Javier Ewe in New product NO POST :((   
    reload the page, on the top of the post details
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    Goildzy reacted to Jurrunio in Best ryzen 5 to pair with gtx 1050ti.   
    R5 1400 with 1060 3gb seems to be a better deal in terms of getting more frames.
    If you value this then 1600 with 1050ti.
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    Goildzy reacted to porina in Advice for overclocking a 8700k   
    Personally, I use hwinfo64 to look at temperatures of each core while overclocking. I also find it easier to use Intel XTU to overclock in Windows than the more traditional bios approach. I find it easier to fix all cores at the same clock. Increase multiplier for speed, increase voltage for stability, stop when your temperatures under load are too much. I don't know what a 24/7 safe voltage is but I wouldn't stay above 1.40v.
     
    The U12S may be the limiting factor here. I'm using a D15 on 8350k and that's great. At +275mV offset (all my mobo allows) that gives around a reported 1.4v, and it seems stable in everything except Prime95, where from memory I have to use AVX offset to drop it to 4.7 GHz. Based on few reports out there, a bad sample of Coffee Lake might only reach 4.8, typical around 5.0, a really good one (without extreme cooling) 5.2.
     
    Also note there is a big difference between turbo to 4.7 (single core), and overclocking all cores to 4.7.
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    Goildzy reacted to CUDAcores89 in What budget motherboards support i7 8700?   
    None because Z370 is the only chipset from intel out right now. You will have to wait for cheaper more budget friendly ones to come out later on. 
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    Goildzy reacted to vorticalbox in Friend's Laptop shows this screen, any idea?   
    "no bootable device found" pretty much tell you right there. The BIOS cannot find an operating system on any device currently connected.
     
    Go into the BIOS and check that the drive is detected by the BIOS if not dead drive else the OS needs reinstalling.
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    Goildzy reacted to Masters2150 in $4440 CAD Budget - New Builds - Choices between Custom Loop and AIOs   
    I may change my components when I actually get the money (hopefully within 2 months), but I won't bother waiting for new releases. Its impossible to win that race unless you have limitless money or a youtube channel called LinusTechTips where companies are lining up to give you stuff for advertisements. *cough*
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    Goildzy reacted to Masters2150 in $4440 CAD Budget - New Builds - Choices between Custom Loop and AIOs   
    Gaming paradise. Not enough for gaming nirvana, that's a $10,000 budget. 
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    Goildzy reacted to Masters2150 in $4440 CAD Budget - New Builds - Choices between Custom Loop and AIOs   
    I dont get this kind of money once ever 10 years, so this wil going to last me a while,
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    Goildzy reacted to seon123 in First Gaming PC   
    Don't get the 1300X, get the 1200 and overclock it.
    Don't get an A320 board. Get any B350 board, and overclock the 1200.
    Get faster RAM. Shouldn't be that much more expensive. 
    The RX 580 costs a bit less, and had support for Freesync. Changing the monitor to one that supports it would give a better gaming experience. 
    There are lots of decent mechanical keyboards for ~$80
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    Goildzy reacted to TahoeDust in i5-8600k vs i7-7700k   
    Ryzen for 144hz gaming...lol.  No.
     
     
    Buy the 8600k man. 6c/6t > 4c/8t.
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    Goildzy reacted to Princess Luna in i5-8600k vs i7-7700k   
    Stop telling people wrong stuff, learn it yourself first.
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    Goildzy reacted to suh)))))))))))) in i5-8600k vs i7-7700k   
    if ur streaming i recommend the i7-7700k instead of the 8600k
     
    but i would recommend u buy a r7 1700 or 1700x chip if ur streaming
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