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  1. Yup, I even built them their own PC's but of course I monitor what games they play.
  2. Up, finally got my account back lol. see the details above, it is not even CL 18 sorry. It is CL 20 it seems lol. I use CL18 on the MSI bios memory try it.
  3. Gonna run some quick test later, their a bit over reacting when they have a lower FPS on their games specially on competitive games lmao. Kids nowadays Thanks for that program, I'll check and post later the results.
  4. Yup, I mean basing on your last statement. Since it's a single stick even with 3200Mhz but CL 18, it does not seem to be worth it hehe.
  5. got it, I'll test it later and set the speed back to default then I'll check if it would drastically lower the performance on those 3 games they play.
  6. I got cpuz working on stock and it said CL 18 as well which is really weird because there are no website or so stating it is CL 15 aside from that aliexpress website above lol. So it's on 2666Mhz CL 18 Which is why I tried setting in "Memory Try It" bios of MSI. Do you think it's pure luck or should I just leave it at stock to be safe since heck its a cheap ram?
  7. So, should i leave it as is and it should run for a few years fine? or do I just leave them at stock? Planning to upgrade to 8x2 3200Mhz for the 2 pc's but not anytime soon ATM.
  8. I'm not using green gpu on my system anymore but based on what you are experiencing it seems the same on my GTX 1050 Ti before. What I did was to disable the in game overlay of GeForce Experience or just completely uninstall the GeForce Experience. (It tends to eat up some ram usage anyway and the only thing useful I find for it is it informs you for GPU driver updates lol). Anyways, maybe you can give that a shot as well if all else fail. Just the GeForce Experience. I'm on team red gpu now w/ their latest adrenaline 2020 and I also find disabling the in game overlay of it giving me better fps and performance on all my games.
  9. As per the title. I bought 2 budget rigs for my 2 kids, both are using the following hardware components except one of them are using my 6months old GTX 1050 Ti CPU: Ryzen 3 2200G Mobo: MSI A320M PRO-E Ram: Ramsta 8gb ddr4 2666Mhz It's not running 24/7 (since of course they are kids lol) and I make sure that they turn the systems off lol. Anyways, I got a bit curious with this specific super budget (super because its way cheaper than on the online price I saw and not to mention it was on sale last month). 3 links below is all I can find an information about the memory. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32888410613.html https://shopee.ph/Ramsta-8gb-ddr4-2666mhz-Gaming-memory-Auto-Dual-Channel-i.15914422.2483052224 https://www.lazada.com.ph/products/ramsta-desktop-memory-8gb-ddr4-2666mhz-with-heatsink-2666mhz-ramsta-ramsta-8gb-2666mhz-ddr4-desktop-ram-dekstop-memory-ddr4-4gb-kingston-eudar-hyperx-samsung-adata-corsair-ama-trading-i457474420-s1178138180.html And so I went ahead in MSI's friendly bios and tried the "memory try it". Honestly not sure what CL rate it is using because the box it came in does not have any information about it. The aliexpress above, seems to be not true because heck it's a super budget ram at that cl rate? Oh well, if it's true and it's good I guess? What I did is to make the speed to 3200Mhz but with a higher cl rate which I know is meh... CL 18. To my surprise, it is stable and the usual games they play such as GTA V, CSGO and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege are running quite faster than the stock ram settings. So my question is, granted that this is $26 (that is how much I bought them). It does have a heatsink but heck its a super budget ram. Can I consider this as a silicon lottery luck or a bad move degrading the hardware components? Thanks
  10. Actually, I was more concerned on my hardware/computer if it will not blow up or something since I have it overclocked to 4.0Ghz at 1.350v lmao But I guess its all good, the computer is running fine as I can see via TV :D
  11. Actually, teamviewer is just for me monitoring my computer. I was asking specifically on the safety it So I guess it's all good then?
  12. Hi Guys, Just wanted to ask if it will be safe to do this, leaving my computer open and unattended just teamviewer (for minor monitoring). Computer specs are below: CPU: Ryzen 5 3400G forced OC to 4.0Ghz CPU Cooler: Deepcool Gammaxx 400 Cpu Air Cooler PSU: Cooler Master Masterwatt 650W TUF Gaming Edition Case: Cooler Master MasterBox MB520 GPU: Sapphire NITRO+ RX 570 8GB (auto, not OC but manual fans setup via msi afterburner) Motherboard: MSI B450M Mortar Max RAM: 16GB G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4-3200MHz SSD: Hikvision C100 240GB SSD HDDs: 1TB WDC WD10EZEX-00MFCA00 7200RPM, 1TB Seagate ST1000DM003-1ER1C Mouse: A4Tech's Bloody TL90-TERMINATOR LASER GAMING MOUSE Keyboard: Redragon K552 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard "Kumara" Red Headset: Fantech HG12 Solar RGB Gaming Headset Mic: BM-800 Condenser Mic Webcam: Logitech C270 HD 720p Monitors: BenQ G910WAL 75hz 1400x900 (6 years old), Nvision 60hz 1600x900 Fans: x2 DEEPCOOL Windblade 120mm, 1 stock case fan Cooler Master MasterBox MB520, x3 generic Blue 120mm case fan (case fans are setup manually to run at least around 80 to 90 if temps goes as hi as 70 degrees celcius.) Running major application is black desert online (gamezb dot net private server lmao) which my current temps in game at remastered high settings are: CPU: 60 degrees celcius (it goes to 40-50 or so when I minize to tray) GPU: 56 degrees celcius System/Mobo: 46 degrees celcius SSD: 50 degrees celcius (this is where the game is at) HDD1: 41 degrees celcius HDD2: 43 degrees celcius I will be back at home after the new year so that's why max will just be 2 days or I'll just shut it down if ever we extend lol. I know my PSU Cooler Master Masterwatt 650W TUF Gaming Edition is "Tier B - Recommended for entry level gaming systems only, preferably single PCI-e power connection on GPU, desktops intended for prolonged 24/7 usage." as per the PSU Tier list here but just wanted to make sure before I do anything reckless like this lol. TIA!
  13. Hi, Asking for a friend who is about to do some upgrades and do not have an account here lmao. What is the main difference aside from dimensions and looks for these 2 Team Delta (Teamgroup) memory modules? https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/product/night-hawk-rgb-night-hawk-ddr4 (why is this cheaper?) https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/product/delta-rgb-ddr4 At first, when checking the view specs on the website I thought it was the data transfer speed, but looking them side by side for the 3200Mhz variant (which is what he tends to be buying), the numbers are the same. Can anyone shed some light about these? Maybe the cheaper one tends to heat faster or what? We don't have memory tier list because of the lifetime warranty I guess so not sure and am a bit confused myself lol.
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