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Djinnux

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  1. Djinnux

    I want to upgrade my gaming PC.

    Well a 6700K wouldn't require you to buy a new motherboard and RAM because you are really doing yourself a disservice if you run ryzen on anything but the fastest memory the board supports...
  2. Djinnux

    I want to upgrade my gaming PC.

    Dude if you have the money for a 2070 get it... you can always move that into a new PC if you upgrade other stuff later. You can also look for a 6700K and see if you can find it cheap that's still a pretty balls up processor
  3. Djinnux

    Ryzen APU Blue Dots on screen

    Updating BIOS and some AMD system software that windows update found available seems to have solved it
  4. Djinnux

    Ryzen APU Blue Dots on screen

    This is at church and we do have a laptop there and have used it for a long time and not seen this until we put this PC in the mix
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    Ryzen APU Blue Dots on screen

    So I built a computer that is a 2400G on an Asrock B450M Pro 2 and the outputs on our projector are showing a lot of blue dots on the screen... Curious if this may be bad hardware or what? I have reinstalled Windows already and the issue seems to persist.... is this maybe a bad APU or motherboard? or is this a common issue I can fix with a bios upgrade or something?
  6. Djinnux

    APU Build Fun

    They use a program called Pro Presenter and it is a RAM hog because there is a lot of media that gets loaded in to it. I also don't want to have to spend a bunch of time doing upgrades..
  7. Djinnux

    APU Build Fun

    Well I got a chance to build my first APU system. The AV guy at church got a new program for the presentations and the old POS laptop fell well short.... 2400G Asrock B450M Pro4 16 gigs of Gskill Ram WD Blue M.2 Seagate 7200 1 tb mechanical Corsair Cx450 PS and some case... Going to be my first AMD build in a long time, really looking forward to it I guess im not sure why but I am definitely more fond of an m.2 than a 2.5" ssd…
  8. Djinnux

    450 Boards

    I grabbed an asrock board for this build. It was the best matx value on a hardware unboxed video so I guess ill see how it goes. Gonna put a 2400 on it should be fun
  9. Djinnux

    450 Boards

    Well I was looking at a mortar and you can' find it on amazon and its 279 bucks on newegg???? a few others looked like they might be out of stock too
  10. Djinnux

    Advice for an APU build

    320 boards won't need the bios update for raven ridge will they?
  11. Djinnux

    450 Boards

    What is going on with 450 boards? They just getting to the end of the run and ramping up production for zen 2 boards/cpus?
  12. Djinnux

    Advice for an APU build

    Oh just to be a little bit future proof I suppose... Sys reqs for the software: ProPresenter version 6 for Windows (minimum Windows specifications) OS: (may run on Windows 7, but not guaranteed or supported) Windows 8 Pro with Windows Media Center (more info) Windows 10 Processor: Intel i5 or equivalent AMD processor and above RAM: 8 GB RAM Graphics: A dedicated/discrete graphics card that supports OpenGL 3.2 or higher is required (i.e. NVIDIA GeForce series or AMD Radeon series card with a minimum of 1GB of dedicated memory). AMD FirePro and NVIDIA Quadro cards are not recommended. Intel HD Graphics may work if they support OpenGL 3.2 (more info), but are NOT recommended or supported. Stage Display: Additional output required for stage display function (third video out – PCI or USB)
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    new Ryzen build

    The Tomahawk is pretty much what the mortar is just full size
  14. I was asked to piece together a PC for doing our presentation during church. We are using an old laptop which just doesn't seem up to the task. I am thinking about specing out a PC built around the 2400G, but I won't need to overclock...It should have 16 gigs of RAM and storage id guess I can get away with a 240 gig SSD of some flavor. What motherboard should I look at? it doesn't need to be a real high end one because I won't need a discrete GPU to pull this off I don't think. ProPresenter is the software package they will run on it? Just wondering as I have only built Intel systems in the last few years.. But I think an APU would give us enough graphics output to save some cost on a discrete GPU
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