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  1. Motorola Xoom tablet, Microsoft Surface Pro 1st version. Surface Pro is still usable but the Xoom is too slow and painful to use.
  2. So I've been having crashing issues and at first I thought it was heat related due to temps being in the 30's C lately where I'm at. Temps are down now and I have cooling in the room but the crashes are still happening. I have been monitoring heat with the built in Radeon software and HWMonitor for CPU and other components and nothing is getting too hot. Through testing the problem arises when I game I can game forever without issue but if I try to game and play a video on my second display it will eventually either "soft crash", the screen goes black for a second but comes back but I lose all sound or hard crash and reboot. My sound is usb with Razer headset or through HDMI to my speaker system. Either one I use the same problem happens. I've run heaven and prime for a couple hours without issue. Other things I've done is uninstalled (with DDU) and reinstalled the drivers for the video card and disabled the on board sound in case that was the issue. Ryzen 9 3900x G.SKILL Trident Z Neo RGB DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3600 - 4 x 8GB GIGABYTE X570 AORUS XTREME Corsair Force MP510 M.2 2280 480GB PCI-Express 3.0 x4, NVMe MSI Evoke OC 5700XT EVGA 750 Watt PSU
  3. I have a MSI 5700xt and I have to say AMD's software is pretty bad. The only time I didn't have problems is when I first installed the card on a fresh install of windows. After the first driver update I started having problems with the current biggest issue being the fan curve. The default fan curve isn't aggressive enough in the current heat (won't go above 60%) and the custom fan curve I put in won't save and randomly defaults to the default curve. I've done the DDU and other such things but hasn't fixed the issues. The only thing I haven't done is a fresh install of windows and I really don't want to do that but it's getting to the point where I might try it to see if I can get more stability. It's like they fix one thing and the next driver always breaks something else. I know Nvidia isn't perfect but they have a lot better consistency than AMD.
  4. Looks like they got it from wayfair https://www.wayfair.ca/furniture/pdp/three-posts-timpson-tv-stand-for-tvs-up-to-78-c002776932.html?piid%5B0%5D=1716583150&piid=1716583145
  5. Pretty sure all monitors have some level of backlight bleed if you're talking about standard VA, IPS or TN panels. Micro and Mini LED and OLED monitors wouldn't have backlight bleed due to the design/tech. As for whether that is normal will depend on what you have. I've seen worse bleed than that before but since you have a curved monitor 1440p and 144 Hz it's probably not a cheap unit so probably shouldn't have that bad light bleed unless it was just bad to begin with. I would suggest looking for reviews of your monitor to see if yours is abnormal for that model.
  6. A couple of questions such as what are the specs of the rest of your gear and how do you know it's the monitor and not the GPU? What have you done to narrow down the issue to the monitor?
  7. With regards to the Tomb Raider benchmarks I don't think those two are using the same settings. I mean look at the GPU Bound it goes from 30% for the first one to 99% in the second one. Since you didn't change any hardware that shouldn't have significantly changed unless the settings changed.
  8. Do you share your connection with anyone else? Since it's limited to online only the only other thing is someone hitting your connection hard since it's followed you from a previous home. Or someone really hates you and has high level access to behind the scenes workings of all ISP's and is intentionally affecting your internet connection. Option two seems unlikely however I don't know you so you never know.
  9. Do you play any non online games and if so do they stutter as well? As the only thing that you didn't mention was if you've been in the same house/apartment/condo/whatever. If the wiring is bad in your home then switching ISP wouldn't fix that unless they pulled a fresh line right into the house.
  10. I wish I noticed this thread before I bought my PSU. I bought the seasonic focus 850 and it popped after about 2 months. Luckily I had an EVGA G2 I was able to use instead. I guess I'll use the Focus in my NAS I'm building once I get it back. :(
  11. Where did it say it works with Android? I don't show it on the page you linked. I got the quote from an Anker rep that replied to the question on Amazon.
  12. According to Anker " Android devices are not officially compatible. For devices with different models and different software versions, we need to test them case by case. "
  13. So I did some more testing and I see what is happening. Once the CPU temp reaches 70-75 C it clocks down to 3.9 GHz and then once CPU temp cools down to 50C it goes back up to 4.3 GHz. Odd since I've seen people state they've gotten their Ryzen CPU higher than 75 C. I guess I'll tinker with some BIOS settings and see what happens :)
  14. It might be. Well it's stable enough so I'm going to finish putting it together. I might play with the settings and see what happens. Thank you I didn't notice the scroll bar so I didn't see the record option in siv
  15. I have the Gigabyte X570 Aorus Xtreme with GSkill TridentZ Neo 2 x 8 GB 3600 MHz and while I don't have the same issue as you I find the XMP profile buggy as on boot it randomly decides not to apply the XMP profile and sets the memory to 2133. Latest BIOS with ram in slots 2 and 4. Maybe an issue with this ram and series motherboard?