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Totally Average Gameplay

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About Totally Average Gameplay

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  • Birthday 2002-03-08

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  • Location
    Ma look! I'm on the Moon!
  • Interests
    Playing with my PC > Playing on my PC
  • Biography
    Your regular, tech-variety gamer.
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200G (3.8 GHz @ 1.312V)
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450M Pro M2
  • RAM
    TeamGroup T-Force Delta DDR4 Gaming 3000MHz 16GB (2x8GB)
  • GPU
    What else than Vega 8? (1500MHz @ 1.1V)
  • Case
    DeepCool Wave V2
  • Storage
    Hard D's; WD 1TB Blue 7200 RPM & Seagate Barracuda 500 GB (old kind)
  • PSU
    DeepCool DE500 V2
  • Display(s)
    BenQ GL 2070
  • Cooling
    Stock Wraith Stealth
  • Keyboard
    Regular Non Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Regular Non Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    Generic Mini Speaker
  • Operating System
    Win 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Other than the slow performance, the NVMe on occasions will disappear from my bios bootlist and windows drives. Reset/Reboot or Restart does not do anything. Hard Reset (Holding down Power button) or Shutdown+Power on makes the XG5 come back to life?
  2. Some say it was either due to Stornvme not supporting write-caching, 1903 issues or firmware.
  3. I really don't think its the capacity. Because others had this issue too. This says it has a firmware from an OEM
  4. I think that applies if you have over 50% used space, mine does not even reach 25%
  5. But it doesn't have to be drastically low, like half the write supposed speed,
  6. I recently bought a Toshiba 512Gb NVMe m.2 (Model: KXG50GVN512G) I took the ssd for a spin at crystaldiskmark, although it showed me a blazing fast 3GB/s Reads it also spat out that I have an alarmingly slow write speeds of around 510MB/s which puts it around a Sata 3 SSD. It made me worry since that others have said that their exact same SSDs had this problem. Some said that installing OCZ mod+sign drivers fixed the issue, while others said that it did nothing. If this issue went away, I should have 3000 MB/s read, and 1050 MB/s write My OS build: Win 10 v1903
  7. Some still say the 580s are still over 60 fps in other games. So its still relevant?
  8. Unfortunately the 5700 is charged here around $400. Taxes. And I just saw the 580 and 1070 duking it out with the 580 strong in Vulkan and 1070 with D11 and D12. I figured 480 can just be Oc'd to 580.
  9. Here are the converted prices Rx 480 8gb GTR Blck ~ $109 Strix 56 & Reference 64 & ~ $255 And a surprise last minute entry because it came out of nowhere GTX 1070 mini ~ $180
  10. I cant order online because I dont have a credit card or even paypal
  11. I'm stuck whether I should spend my money now and get a 480 8gb Gtr black edition or I should wait further and get either a Strix 56 or Reference Vega 64 for twice the price of a 480 8gb. (Note all GPUs above are used) In the new GPU prices, the Vega prices are closer to 1660 Super prices, 5600 xt has not come out yet but I know for a fact that the local shops here stacks $10 (best case) to $30 (worst case) to the etailer price
  12. No. When you overclock Vega, the core overclock provide only small gains but higher in power draw. Mem OC has more gains and lesser power when touching the Memory alone.
  13. Since DDR5 is expected to come in the near future and AMD with their GPU archs being improved that will lead to future AM5 and future APUs. I wonder, what kind of mem bandwidth would satisfy the age-old idea that AMD's GPUs were limited in bandwidth. Because in desktop APUs, they were limited performance because of the RAM's bandwidth ( and also due to being iGPUs). Navi with the latest GDDR6 memory has still. Heck, even HBM2 could not satisfy Vega's bandwidth. How can AMD solve this? And what kind of memory would solve this problem? I still think DDR5 will still see bandwidth-starved behavior for APUs in the future socket.