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Fortniteboy69

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  1. Hey, so yesterday I installed a new mobo(z370-a pro) and it worked out perfectly, but after some hours it lost connection and couldnt identify the network, only fix ive found is to restart my modem but after a while the problem repeats. I've never had this problem before on my old rig. What i've tried. - Update drivers - Reinstall new mobo drivers from website - Check bios if Lan option is enabled - Turn off quick power boot (or whatever its called) - enable both options on internet protocol ver 4 (obtain ip and dns address automatically) - use another cable thanks for any input
  2. So I did what you recommended me to do, downloaded ddu(without internet and in safemode) deleted drivers and downloaded the newest version on geforce exp. This is the results I got from 3dmark and I'm not impressed, does this look normal? Or can I conclude that I wont achieve good performance without upgrading the rest of my rig?
  3. Ait thanks for the input, I'll just conclude that it's the cpu thats holding the gpu back, thx
  4. So I did what you recommended me to do, downloaded ddu(without internet and in safemode) deleted drivers and downloaded the newest version on geforce exp. This is the results I got from 3dmark and I'm not impressed, does this look normal? Or can I conclude that I wont achieve good performance without upgrading the rest of my rig?
  5. i5 9600k corsair vengeance rgb pro ddr4 16gb Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 240 MSI Z370-A Pro, Socket-1151 and corsair 120 rgb fans 2070 thats my max budget atm, but I dont want my performance to be limited due to old gen cpu
  6. Ive ordered MSI Z370-A Pro, Socket-1151 and together with a 2070 and i5 9600k ive seen some impressive oc results, and my budgets kinda tight so
  7. Ok will try to uninstall drivers, thinking of i5 9600k, and 16gb 3000mvh ram, will this be a good fit?
  8. So I just swapped out my gtx 970 with a msi rtx 2070 armor oc and when I ran Cinebench it just gave a lousy 2 fps increase, so I'm wondering if either, there's a problem with my new card, or my other components simply arent strong enough to support such a big upgrade. Intel Core i5-4460 Prosessor MSI B85M-E45, Socket-1150 Corsair CX750M, 750W PSU 16gb ram
  9. A lot, if not most, graphics cards sold these days are actually factory overclocked, and not tested well enough at the clock settings they're marketed to run at - causing the exact issues you're describing here. It's actually pretty common these days to have this problem. Seriously, find out the real reference clock speeds for the card you have, and set it to those (so you'd be downclocking your card). This has a high chance of fixing your issue.
  10. Changed to normal thermal paste as well as swapping out my radiator since I suspected it was too old/broken, and now my cpu is at low 50s so that solves the problem, thanks everyone
  11. ok thank you guys so much for the fast replies, highly appreciated, i'll give word if it does not work
  12. also, should I be worried that my components are damaged due to overheat? if so, is there a way to check?
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