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Trinopoty

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  1. That did the trick. Thanks. The funny thing though, I don't even have MSI AfterBurner installed on my system. How the hell did that get there though?
  2. I was trying to open a new private window on firefox and somehow pressed some combination of keys that enabled this overlay on the top right corner. Anyone know what this is and what hotkey it uses? Regards
  3. Trinopoty

    System crash in games and other weird problems

    So it is a power issue. I'll try to upgrade the PSU asap. Thanks for the help.
  4. Trinopoty

    System crash in games and other weird problems

    I had to look for the box but, it's a XFX TS750 not a Corsair.
  5. Trinopoty

    System crash in games and other weird problems

    Tried to play on low power mode and had no crashes. Really is a PSU thing it seems.
  6. Trinopoty

    System crash in games and other weird problems

    Corsair 750W PSU. Also edited my post with the info.
  7. Trinopoty

    System crash in games and other weird problems

    No OC. Sometimes use Auto Undervolt in Radeon WattMan. Balanced mode.
  8. Trinopoty

    System crash in games and other weird problems

    Corsair 750W PSU. Don't remember the exact model.
  9. Trinopoty

    System crash in games and other weird problems

    Yes. Updated to latest driver after upgrade.
  10. I have a FX8350 system with Gigabyte GA-970A-DS3P motherboard. I used to have a RX 480 card but upgraded to a Vega64 a few days ago. Almost immediately after the upgrade, I started to run into random crashes. It would happen mostly when putting load on the GPU such as in games. The more the load, the more the chance of crash. I should also mention that my PC refuses to stay shut down. It powers itself on again immediately after a shutdown an I have to power off the PSU to get it to stay powered off. And, the onboard ethernet port has long been destroyed by a thunder strike on my DSL line. I have no idea how my PC is running after that. My PSU is XFX TS750. Pretty old. My question is, is the random crashes related to the motherboard and should I replace it?
  11. I'm a bit confused about how PCIe lanes work in Intel vs AMD. I'm clear about Intel though, you have some lanes provided by the CPU and some lanes provided by the Chipset and the CPU ones are better than the Chipset ones. Fair enough. On AMD though, I keep hearing that the motherboard manufacturer has total control over it. But, how does that work? Does it mean that AMD does not provide any PCIe lanes from the CPU and all lanes are from the Chipset? How is the architecture different between Intel and AMD?
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