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Symbiode

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  1. This stuttering problem only seems to appear in COD: Modern Warfare. This problem doesn't occur in any other game. The game always sits at around 70 fps but the game seems to stutter (or judder) when I play, even in the menu screen sometimes. I'll leave the specs below but I don't really think any of my parts is bottlenecking. My gpu stays at around 70 degrees celcius at 100% usage but my cpu stays at around 20-27%. The only thing I think might be causing the problem is my ram. I have 2 DDR4 4GB ram sticks ( so total = 8GB) and the game uses but like 6.8-7.2 gigs while playing. It's been higher but I turned down the graphics setting and other stuff so that the ram usage may come down but of no use. Even after turning most of the settings down I still seem to get stutters in the game while the game sits at 70 fps. Any advice on how to stop this? My specs: Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X GPU: Amd Radeon RX 570 8GB Ram: 2x Geil Evo Spear 4GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 AORUS Pro PSU: Antec NeoEco 550W Semi Modular
  2. Okay this is gonna be a bit long but I'll try to shorten it down as much as I can. It's almost been a year since I bought a pc and my motherboard is a Gigabyte Aorus B450 Pro. It has a 12V RGB header on it. After a couple days of using my pc I switched my case fan rgb connector from the built in rgb controller on the casing to the rgb header on the motherboard. The fans were RGB and they used to work fine when they were connected to the RGB controller that came with the casing. But when I connected it to he motherboard for some reason it couldn't show green light at all. At first I thought maybe the fans aren't RGB. But a couple months later I realized that it could show all the shades mixed with red and blue. And checked the retailer's page and it said they were RGB fans. I didn't really mess it with it until one day while cleaning my pc I disconnected all the fans' rgb connectors and when I tried to re connect them I heard a spark and (my pc was on at the time so that I could see if the rgb on the fans are working properly) I heard a spark and the lights on the fan turned red. I thought maybe the spark reset the rgb or something but I didn't investigate immediately. But later when I was checking if the rgb was okay (I use RGB Fusion to control the rgb) the fans no longer showed blue lights and started being able to show green now along with red. So the spark was from the RGB headers. I think I do know what cause the spark but I carefully tried the same thing again but it no longer created any sort of spark. And also one more thing I noticed was that before that happened one of the male rgb connector (u know the type that has pins coming out) that had to lay exposed because it needs to be connected to the next fan ( but there wasn't any left) was conducting electricity. It zapped me when I touched it but after the spark thing happened it no longer did so. Maybe thats the one that touched the rgb controller on the case. And earlier today when I was cleaning my pc again and I disconnected the rgb connector from the header on the mobo to clear some room, the pins looked burnt on the tip. The header was RGBW and my connector was only a 4 pin RGB connector so the last pin on the mobo wasnt burnt the same way. It was white as it was from the start. Any idea what might be wrong? Should I take it to customer care? I still have my warranty left.
  3. I'm making a pc and the casing I chose isn't too open of the fans to intake much air from the front. So I was thinking of putting them at the top as intake fans. Can I do that? Or should I keep it as is.
  4. Oh no... the 2GB ram doesnt work no matter what. Even if I do put the 1GB ram in or not.
  5. I still play on a 720p monitor.
  6. Yup 3GB of ddr2 ram. I have tried one at a time but only the 1GB ram works. If I try to use only the 2GB ram it still causes that BSoD and keeps restarting.
  7. I've seem case fans from other companies not listing aura sync support, but actually work with aura sync with full control. So it might work fingers crossed.
  8. So I have an old pc form 2010 and I added a 2GB ddr2 (had a 1GB ddr2 ram pre-installed) ram to it. It's running fine until a couple days ago. For some reason I was getting some sort of display problem so I just took my gpu and the ram out one by one and checked it. The problem not being fixed I put all of them back in but my pc started showing Kernel Security Check Failure. I restarted a couple times but it didn't help. Then I took out my 2GB ram and it worked fine. But the problem is the other 1GB ram is just too slow to work with. I don't do any heavy work, just some light stuff like playing games, going on the browser but my pc would just keep on freezing even while just using chrome. I swapped the slots and everything. The 2GB ram just does not work. I'm thinking of replacing the ram in case it works.. even though I'm gonna buy a pc soon. But until then I gotta live with this old pc but I want it to work
  9. So I'm going to build a pc in a few days andI'm trying to spend the most on cpu and motherboards. So I went for a GTX 1050ti gpu for now. But I want to later upgrade my gpu to a 1060 6GB and I'm probably gonna do that in like 2 years. So apparently u need exact same gpus for sli so what do I do with my 1050ti when I buy a 1060? I really dont wanna just throw it away
  10. So since I got my first pc back in 2010 when I was 6 years old, I heard that you should never turn off you computer using the power button on the casing. So I was a dumb kid and I had no idea about anything so I just believed it and I never looked into it. But then I saw people just turning it of using the power button, and it's not like that force stop thingy, just pressed it once. So I wanna know if there is any difference from doing that or turning it off the manual way. And also I wanna know if anything happens to your pc when u force stop thingy it or just straight up unplug it.
  11. So I'm building my first pc with a ryzen 5 1600 (or 2600 when it's in stock again) with a ASUS AORUS B450M motherboard. So it's 2018 and newer versions of cpu and motherboards are coming out. So my dad told me to make a system that will support newer cpus for a long time... at least 4-5 years. So the thing is.. ryzen 3rd gen is probably coming out some time soon. So newer cpus will probably come out before 2024-25. Is there any way to make a pc now that will support newer cpus for a long time? I've heard that updating you bios can help but is it true? And how long can I do this? I really don't wanna build a pc now and see newer parts coming out tomorrow. I want my pc to be decent for atleast 5 years.
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