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  1. kind of, it kind of sounds almost like a fan is just barely hitting a wire but i check my entire case already and i reseated the gpu and made sure there are no wires in any fans.
  2. huh, yeh this buzzing sound is VERY loud. atleast right now when i have it at 120% power limit. i can hear it from the other side of my room while the fans are running quite loud as well.
  3. could you explain to me what an inductor is?
  4. I have an RTX 2070 Super Founders Edition that has been pretty quiet up until recently when i overclocked it. I raised the power limit to 120% and overclocked everything just fine but then a few hours later the card started making this weird buzzing sound that I have never heard before. I reverted my overclock but left the power limit at 120% and the buzz persisted. So i tried lowering the power limit and what do you know, the buzz decreases the lower the power limit is. Before i overclocked the card, there was no buzzing sound whatsoever and now it wont go away no matter what. The buzzing sounds like its coming from the front of the card right before where the "RTX 2070 Super" starts on the backplate. Any ideas whats going on?
  5. so i should be fine sticking with my b450 then?
  6. so i will be completely fine sticking with my b450?
  7. So I want to upgrade my cpu from a Ryzen 5 2600 to a Ryzen 7 3700x but my mobo is the Asus ROG Strix B450-f Gaming and I dont know if the chipset will effect the performance of the 3700x. I do know that I wont be able to take advantage of PCIe 4.0 with the b450 chipset, but I don't have anything that can utilize PCIe 4.0. I have no plans to overclock. All I do is play videogames. Should I upgrade my mobo or will I be fine sticking with my b450?
  8. I have the HP 25x (1080p 144hz) and I mostly play Minecraft with shaders, Overwatch, Battlefield V, Borderlands 3, and Team Fortress 2.
  9. I won't be upgrading in the near future but I still don't know of $100 justifies the performance increase. I'm not even sure how much of a performamce increase it is.
  10. So I recently bought a Founders Edition RTX 2060 Super from Best buy for $400. I still have about 11 days to return it. Would it be worth it to return the 2060 Super and spend an extra $100 for the RTX 2070 Super? I don't know if $100 is worth the performance increase for gaming.
  11. Which card is better for gaming? According to UserBenchMark they are about the same in terms of FPS but I wanted more input on the subject.
  12. So I have a Ryzen 5 2600x and an Asus B450-f gaming Mobo. I know that the new Ryzen is compatible with my Mobo, but is it the best option? Is it good enough for some hardcore gaming? Or should I upgrade to something like the x470?
  13. i did some research and apperently the c-state thing is the same as amd cool n quiet. theres is nothing actually labled amd cool n quiet in my bios.
  14. So, i just upgraded to ryzen 5 2600 and i bought the Asus ROG Strix B450-f Gaming motherboard. I successfully overclocked to 3.9 Ghz. The only problem is, after about a minute of just sitting on the desktop after booting up and logging in, it is automatically boosting, so i have a much lower clock speed when not under load. I just want to have a static 3.9 Ghz all the time. I cant figure out how to stop it from doing this. I have disabled boost, disabled c state, disabled auto overclock, and i cant figure out whats even causing it to ignore my overclock and just start boosting. Please help.