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    ... that's odd. try this link: https://www.bilibili.com/video/BV1S7411s7Ho
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    I pulled up the LTT channel on Bilibili (Chinese Youtube), and One video blew up insanely high. 【官方双语】中国电视真的不怕踢吗?#linus谈科技 google translate: [Official bilingual] Is Chinese TV really not afraid of playing? #linusTalk about technology, is currently sitting at 69 million views. 5% of china has seen this video This is cause for celebration!
  3. edit: problem was a faulty HDMI cable. I opened up my PC to check some measurements, and when I booted it back up, my monitor began to have serious issues. The PC seemed to boot up normally (fans ramping up, HDD spinning, etc.) But there are these green streaks across the screen. The monitor remains black for the majority of the time, only to display the corrupted image of my desktop for a few seconds. My specs: (It's an HP prebuilt for the most part so i don't really know every detail) Amd a12-9800 Apu 2x8Gb 2133mhz ram Roughly 200hz power supply Kingston ssd boot drive (I believe it's the a200,this is the only upgrade I made a few months ago) Toshiba 7200 rpm hdd Additional details: The only thing that has changed with my setup since my last cold boot is that I overclocked my monitor 10hz or so.
  4. Thank you! The thing is that the spec sheet I was looking at was from the motherboard manufacturer. The thing that is confusing me still is that even though the motherboard's support list contains very few ram kits, G.Skill's website says that there are many kits that are compatible with this particular motherboard. When I checked G.Skill's compatibility finder I found a kit that says it works with my motherboard and is at the maximum frequency supported by my CPU (it's 2933MHz, I made a mistake in the original post) Link: https://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-2933c16d-16gfx. The site contains a QVL at the bottom which states that this ram kit is compatible with my chosen motherboard, the X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING. The question is, which compatibility list do I listen to?
  5. Thank you so much! I was really worried that I would have to re-plan my entire build based on the motherboard.
  6. So I'm looking into making a pc some time in the near future and I'm trying to finalize a build so I can start buying things when they go on sale (I currently have a mediocre pc, so I'm not in any hurry). For my motherboard I'm planning on an X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING. I was checking out it's documentation and there was a page listing supported hardware. So my question is, are the objects in these lists the only options I have for hardware, or are they just guidelines? For example; I was planning on G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB), Model #: F4-3200C16D-16GVKB for my Ram kit because the Gigabyte website states that the motherboard supports 3200MHz ram. When I looked at the list the closest supported ram kit from G.Skill was a 3000MHz kit (the only G.Skill kits running at 3200MHz were a 32GB kit and a 64GB kit. Are these strict rules as to what hardware I can use, or are they recommended hardware options? Same problem for the ssd I wanted from Crucial. Help would be greatly appreciated. mb_memory_x470-aorus-ultra-gaming_pinnacle.pdf mb_m.2_support_180619.pdf Edit: Thanks to all the help, I realized that this motherboard was overkill for my needs, which led me to select a motherboard from MSI (the B450M Pro-M2). MSI provides significantly better documentation for the memory and storage devices supported.