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About Dimondminer11

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  • Birthday 2003-11-16

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  • CPU
    i5-7300hq / Ryzen 3 2200G @ 3.75GHZ
  • Motherboard
    Inspiron 15 7000 gaming 7567 / ASRock X470 SLI/AC
  • RAM
    16gb sodimm ddr4 2400mhz / 2x4GB Skhynix 2133 OCed to 3200mhz DDR4
  • GPU
    Nvidia GTX 1050 4gb / Vega 8
  • Case
    Inspiron 15 7000 gaming 7567 / Thermaltake Cybertron
  • Storage
    512GB Intel 660p / 128GB Adata NVME SSD + 250GB WD HDD
  • PSU
    130 watt Dell power brick / 750 watt 80+ Bronze Rosewill Glacier
  • Display(s)
    60hz 15.5in 1080p / 24in 1080p 60hz Toshiba TV
  • Cooling
    Stock cooling / Stock cooler
  • Keyboard
    integrated / Logitech K270
  • Mouse
    Generic RGB Walmart mouse with DPI settings / Logitech M185
  • Sound
    Stock sound / TV audio
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home / Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Ok so I ran benchmarks and got a graphics score of 4776 and a cpu score of 3210. Is that about on par to what I should be expecting? On time spy.
  2. I did try running it. It ran on the system without a dGPU but it now doesn't seem to be able to get system info.
  3. Jesus I had no idea about Furmark nuking hardware!
  4. Ram speed isn't helping me either. 2400mhz with 14 14 14 14 32 timings. I'll take out the garbage Samsung dimms I just got and oc my skhynix dimms up to 3200mhz and see if I get better performance.
  5. Nope I take back the take back. The 2200G can't possibly be holding this card back this hard could it?
  6. After doing a userbenchmark run it appears as though its reaching max speeds. So this is a Furmark issue.
  7. Ok 1st, I can't change HBM speeds and 2, If I have the clock speed set to 1100 it is only in the ~800mhz range. Is this normal behaviour or no?
  8. But there is no option to troubleshoot. (Image EX from laptop)
  9. Ok I don't understand step 4. What troubleshooter?
  10. Got the Fury. AMD recommends a 700 watt PSU. I have a 750 watt PSU.
  11. And here's the thing. In games the R9 Fury, disregarding the low amount of VRAM, matches or looses somewhat to the 1070 in games.
  12. Thermal headroom as in the TDP. 65 watts vs 105 watts. I also noticed the R9 Fury was on ebay for $110. The regular one not the X variant.