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  1. I tried changing those settings, but still nothing. However, I just realized that my PC is the only one with an AMD processor. I'm assuming that AMD and Intel have different network adapters. Could that be part of the problem? I'll try to download new MOBO drivers first
  2. Yeah, the speed and duplex is set to Auto Negotiation. Should that be configured?
  3. Hello all, I recently just upgraded my Verizon internet plan to 500mb/s, but I'm just now realizing that there is an issue with my main PC. Originally my internet plan was 100 mb/s so I didn't think getting 60-80 mb/s (ethernet) was much of a problem. However, I'm still getting only 60-80 mb/s on ethernet, even with the 500 mb/s plan. All of my other machines in the house get 400-500 upload and download. It's ironic because all of the other computers in the house are old Dell and HP desktops but my new extremely nice gaming rig is the only one that is having issues. (Every PC is connected via Ethernet) I didn't believe it was my computer until I tested the exact same ethernet port and cable on multiple devices but yes, it is definitely my PC causing the issues and not any other factors like cables etc. What do I do to fix these slow ethernet speeds? Are there any settings in Windows or my BIOS that may be limiting my ethernet speeds? Any help would be great! MOBO: ASUS Prime X570-P
  4. I'm not exactly sure about the price changes in the current ryzen CPU's, but keep in mind that the release of the consoles later this year is going to drop computer component prices dramatically if you're willing to wait until later this year.
  5. I've had my PC config for a long time now (5700 XT/Ryzen 5 3600), but have never tried running minecraft. Since I've been stuck at home for a while, I finally decided to run minecraft with some of my buddys yesterday. I was expecting to run atleast 1000fps, but was extremely puzzled to see 48-120 fps in a survival world. I decided to do some investigating, and I quickly realized that my 5700 XT clock frequencies were jumping from 1800mHz all the way down to 900mHz in game. After reading other peoples problems, it's pretty obvious to see that some high powered GPU's don't see Minecraft as a main task, so they are deciding to not put enough resources into the game in order to get stable FPS. The main problem I'm facing is that the AMD software is not recognizing Minecraft as a game in the Adrenaline software which means that I can't mess with the amount of GPU resources being put into the game. Any help would be great, thanks!
  6. I was having these same exact problems recently with my new build (Using the 5700 XT). My monitors kept turning off every 5 minutes (And not turning back on), and my games would keep crashing when I opened them. For my situation, I found that the GPU wasn't necessarily the problem. My problem was the motherboard being outdated for my processor (Ryzen 3600). I used multiple different B450 motherboards, and I would keep having the same issue. The flickering and crashing finally stopped when I tried a newer X570 mobo. For you, I would maybe try to update your Motherboard BIOS and just see if that does anything. Your motherboard still obviously has an affect on how your GPU functions, maybe updating will fix something.
  7. Hello all, I have an ASRock RX 5700 XT and don't understand why it doesn't want to overclock. I know that they run pretty hot from stock, but I still wanted to just try overclocking and see how much performance increase it has. Does anyone know why the Core Clock dials keep resetting back to 2150MHz and the Memory keep resetting back to 1750MHz? I'll increase the clock by even 1MHz, and it still resets. I tried turning up the power limit and updating to the newest Adrenalin Drivers but it does no good.
  8. I had this problem recently. The first thing I would do is check to see if there are any troubleshoot lights on your motherboard. Sometimes they can point you in the right direction to why your PC isn't posting. The next thing I would do is see if you have a BIOS flashback button on your motherboard. It's unlikely, but definitely possible that your motherboard might just need a BIOS update. If your PC can't post and doesn't have a BIOS flashback button, you unfortunately won't be able to update your BIOS without somehow getting into the BIOS again.
  9. Sorry if I missed it if you already said this, but have you tried any other monitors to see if there are still pixels? Or have you tried any different display cables?
  10. I just Re-Plugged everything in with a different PSU and still nothing. Is there a way I can update the BIOS even when it's not posting?
  11. Sorry for the late reply, I've been super busy. My CPU is a Ryzen 3600, so I don't think there should be any compatibility issues.
  12. Thanks for pointing that out! Unfortunately, I tried two different CMOS batteries and still nothing. Is there a way you can update the bios before actually using it? Outdated drivers could definitely be the issue, but I can't even access the BIOS to even select an option of updating it.
  13. Hello all, I just replaced a broken MSI board for an ASUS Strix B450-i motherboard, and get absolutely no post. My peripherals don't even light up. I've had this problem many times with different machines so I know that the best solution is to remove the CMOS battery. The problem is that I can't find any CMOS battery anywhere. I've never worked with a Mini ITX board before, so maybe there is a smaller battery type than the standard CMOS battery? The manual clearly states to remove the onboard battery if shorting the two pins does not work, so I'm assuming that there has to be some kind of battery. I posted pictures of the front and rear of the board. Am I missing something? Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
  14. I think the RX 5700 XT and 2070 Super are definitely both good options for 1440p, but overall, a RX 5700 XT is a much better value (Around $500 for 2070S compared to only around $350 for an XT). If you're going to spend the money for a 2070 Super, I would honestly just go to a 2080. It's not much more expensive.
  15. I've tried the 2 latest versions of Adrenalin, but still randomly get "Video Schedule Internal Error" BSOD's at complete random times. For example, I've been gaming fairly consistently the past 2 days with absolutely no errors. Performance and thermals were great, but now all of a sudden I just randomly get a BSOD on my desktop screen; not even under any load. This is the second time I'm writing this topic because the first time going through, my monitors turned off and lost signal completely. Before the last 2 days with almost no issues though, I was getting BSOD's constantly. Is anyone else having similar issues? I'm thinking there might be something wrong with my card rather than being software.