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Asdew

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About Asdew

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2400G / Celeron N2840
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B450M Pro4 / Laptop mobo
  • RAM
    Kingston HyperX Fury 2 × 8 GB DDR4 3200 MHz (running at 3000 MHz) / Laptop 4 GB DDR3
  • GPU
    None
  • Case
    Fractal Design Core 1100 / Laptop
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1 TB HDD / Laptop 500 GB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450M / Laptop
  • Display(s)
    Samsung S24F350FHU
  • Keyboard
    LVLUP Gaming Keyboard 0,5 2018
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Operating System
    Arch Linux / Trisquel

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  1. The temperatures are a little high and I'd like the power usage down.
  2. I really recommend you (or anyone, beginner or not) use the Godot game engine. It is a FOSS (free (as in freedom) open source software) growing game engine, which is being used more and more. It is very easy with which to start, supports C#, a very Pythonic language GDScript, C++ and a visual scripting interface. Godot supports both 2D and 3D, and as far as I know, unlike Unity3D (please, people, be sane and call the game engine Unity3D and the Linux DE Unity), it has an actual 2D renderer. Here are some games made with Godot.
  3. I have a Ryzen 5 2400G system with an ASRock B450M Pro4 motherboard and no graphics card. I started undervolting the processor a long time ago with 1.25V (stable), I'd like now to undervolt more, but I have a problem now: I have seen this thread on Level1Techs forums, I have tried ZenStates, tried setting a voltage of 1.225V and 1.2V, the voltages have listed correctly, but according to zenpower, the core voltage still goes up to 1.25V. I also tried setting the voltage from the BIOS, but it still went to 1.25V (and again ZenStates shows the voltage I set). To provide as much information as possible, here's how I tried to set the voltage in the BIOS: I set "CPU Frequency and Voltage Change" (or similar, I took that term from the manual) to manual and set the voltage to 1.225 and frequency to 3600 (didn't change it). I saved the settings and booted. The command with which I set the core voltage to 1.225V with ZenStates (the number sign indicating that the command was run as root): # python zenstates.py -p 0 -d 8 -f 90 -v 34 And the ZenStates output after both BIOS and ZenStates undervolt attempt: # python zenstates.py -l P0 - Enabled - FID = 90 - DID = 8 - VID = 34 - Ratio = 36.00 - vCore = 1.22500 P1 - Enabled - FID = 8A - DID = C - VID = 5C - Ratio = 23.00 - vCore = 0.97500 P2 - Enabled - FID = 80 - DID = 10 - VID = 6C - Ratio = 16.00 - vCore = 0.87500 P3 - Disabled P4 - Disabled P5 - Disabled P6 - Disabled P7 - Disabled C6 State - Package - Enabled C6 State - Core - Disabled I have BIOS version P3.30. The manual of the motherboard. What could be the problem? Am I doing something wrongly? (As a side question: assuming an average result from the silicon lottery, who far can I expect to be able to undervolt the processor?) (I'm really sorry if I'm missing something (obvious). I'm also really sorry if I at some point stop answering. It probably means that I have found the solution and it was something too embarrassing. If I do find the solution on my own, I'll try to tell it, but I can't promise anything (sorry))
  4. I'd suggest adding to the post that the RAM should click into place and you should not be able to see the golden pins. That can be a problem for many newcomers, like me.
  5. It seems to have been just my stupidity. The RAM wasn't well seated. If you have this problem, make sure the RAM clicks in, and see on the side of the RAM while seated if you can see the golden pins. If you can, try to apply more pressure on the side you can see the golden pins.
  6. This does not apply to any particular motherboard anymore, after solution was posted. I just built my first desktop. It doesn't POST though. When I press the power button, the power light comes on and the fans start spinning. They are on for 10-20 seconds, until they turn off and back on (reboot?). This repeats, until I turn the computer off. I hear no beeps at any time and I have let it reboot(?) around 10 times with no success. I've tried clearing CMOS and trying each RAM slot with a single stick. Here are the computer's specs: Processor / APU: Ryzen 5 2400G Mobo: ASRock B450M Pro4 RAM: Kingston HyperX Predator 2 × 4 Gb DDR4 3000 MHz HDD: WD Blue WD10EZEX 1 TB 7200 RPM SSD: Kingston A400 120 Gb Case: Fractal Design Core 1100 PSU: Corsair CX450M Wi-Fi card: TP-link TL-WN881ND EDIT #1: I'm not 100% sure, but it seems that the computer accesses the HDD (empty) for a few seconds
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