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About RyzenDoctor

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 2700x Oced to 4Ghz on all cores
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime X370 Pro
  • RAM
    32 GB of G Skill Flare X - Samsung B die 3200 MHz cl14
  • GPU
    EVGA 1070ti SC Black edition
  • Case
    NZXT S340
  • Storage
    Samsung NVME M.2 960 EVO 250 gb, and WD Blue SSD 500gb
  • PSU
    Corsair RMX750
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2718Q, Some Acer predator 27inch 1440p IPS display with Gsync
  • Cooling
    RIP my x52 kraken, welcome to my Noctua beast of an air cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 Brown
  • Mouse
    Corsair Glaive RGB
  • Sound
    on board =(
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I don’t play it never ever bought or installed it
  2. Has anyone received this email? Do you think this can save fallout 76?
  3. That’s what I thought. I was just being hopeful. i have experienced interesting limitations in PCIE lanes with my current setup when trying to combine: 1- 2070 super 2- NVME boot drive 3- Wi-Fi/BT Card and a high speed Startech USB 3.1 card... adding the later resulted in the GPU dropping to 8x and would only work in one spot
  4. I have an interesting question (at least in my opinion). When using an x570 platform, and you plug in a x16 PCIE3 (Let’s say nvidia gfx)card in, how is that handled by the CPU? Does it occupy only 8 pcie4 lanes, or 16 at pcie3 speeds? Sadly I don’t have any Zen2 stuff to test this out myself
  5. Ideally your graphics card should always be your “bottleneck”. In an ideal world, your cpu usage should be less than 100% Per core, while your graphics card should be at 95-100% usage for max FPS. your 5700 should be great for most 1080p gaming, and some 1440p. The question is are you playing at settings you want and are you getting the frames you want
  6. Picture? exact model number... sometimes you can buy new fans on ebay or AliExpress.... or watercool that bad boy
  7. My bro had Avast installed and it trashed windows update for him. I myself use windows defender along with common sense; hence why i'm on here on a mac XD .... all jokes aside, if you use common sense windows defender is decent enough; dont download shady stuff, dont go to shady websites, dont torrent anything, and dont click on ads.
  8. The 5700xt should be able to drive this comfortably. I believe i have the xb271h myself and its a great gaming monitor. What games do you like to play?
  9. Gaming VPN? Why do you need portforwarding?
  10. Most major US airports have those BestBuy machines. I believe I saw one in Charlotte, NC, Miami International, and ? Cleveland Hopkins
  11. That's what I was thinking... Wonder if the pump is dead / shorted out. OPs machine will boot as it takes a while to heat the water inside the pump enough to cause a thermal shut off.
  12. Talking about 64 bit instruction sets... AMD was the first to release 64 bit instructions sets (and what we use nowadays is built on that), and intel tried to come up with their own; the dreaded IA64... older operating systems had support for IA-64, but that has gone the way of the dodo as AMDs setup became prevalent, which is why windows 8 and upwards no longer have such support...
  13. The Kraken series does have a power connector... Not sure if its to power the pump or the rgb though. I wonder if youve got a short-circuit somewhere being uncovered by the power connector
  14. I assume that's what you meant. I'd say grab an AIB 5700xt then when they release. I bought a 2070 super only because my darn Acer Predator is Gsync
  15. Having used macs for the past decade I can tell you that Mac OS is great. As alluded to by others, the hardware is becoming "janky". For a daily driver at work (browsing, emails, powerpoint/word stuff, Endnote, Photo editing) my macbook pro is great. Gaming sucks; thats why I have a windows desktop. Being able to use an iphone/ipad/watch/ and a mac seamlessly is a great experience only enabled by tight control of hardware and software. Windows currently feels like a patchwork of things (ever tried to get to the good old school control panel? or advanced settings?) When windows works, it works well... however when some registry entry breaks, or a new driver freezes the system its a pain to troubleshoot. Heck, I'd rather troubleshoot a Linux build over windows sometimes (Experience with Ubuntu)... My windows 10 pc still has sleep issues despite following Microsoft's steps to "rectify" the problem. But when we talk about Apple's hardware choices.... Louis Rossmann where are you?? My experience with the hardware has degraded over the past years, and I can definitely say that when THIS macbook pro (2016) croaks, i'll be grabbing a nice gaming laptop (and running macos in VM).