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About GamerTrem

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  • Location
    United States
  • Interests
    Gaming and content creation via streaming and youtube videos.


  • CPU
    AMD 3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASRock X570 Taichi
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3600
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 2080
  • Case
    Meshify S2
  • Storage
    970 Evo 1tb, SanDisk 500GB SSD
  • PSU
    BitFenix Whisper M 80 Plus Gold 550W
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix AG32CQ 31.5"
  • Cooling
    EVGA CLC 280
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Thats definitely what its seeming like atm. Especially when it got 99% better when reverting to stock settings on the 2080
  2. To clarify, it goes away after restarting the monitor, not the pc. Sometimes taking several restarts of the monitor. This morning after resetting my graphics card to stock settings, it happened but was gone within 5 seconds vs 5 minutes.
  3. If nothing else, if it is the card that isn't holding up it will give me an excuse to upgrade to a 2080 super. Thanks for the advice as well.
  4. Yes, only for 5 minutes roughly after its been off over night or during the day while at work. I did OC the GPU, cut it back after seeing what I could do with it. I reduced the OC more, but may just go back to stock settings and see if theres a difference.
  5. After the initial artifacting, everything runs great. Dual screens with my primary running 1440p at 100-144 fps (depending on game and graphics level) and secondary running at 1080p at 60 fps. I can watch full quality movies, play full quality games, never see any other artifacting.
  6. I don't have a secondary card to test with, and I'm running a 3900x. To my knowledge there is no integrated graphics in the chip.
  7. Recently upgraded to a BitFenix Whisper M 80 Plus Gold Full Modular 850W
  8. I'll try reinstalling or rolling back the driver to see if it helps. I haven't yet though. Thats what its looking like, but I have no way to directly troubleshoot unfortunately.
  9. Ok, this just started happening recently. This will happen after a fresh boot, or after waking up. It will go away after I restart the screen (only once but now 2 or 3 times) or if I just start using the PC and swapping between different programs. I'm trying to figure out what is causing this. Everything is fairly new, less than 6 months old. Anyone seen something like this and can point me in the right direction? MSI Optix AG32CQ 1440p 144HZ monitor. Gigabyte RTX 2080 Windforce GPU PowerBear 4K HDMI Cable 6 ft I do have a second monitor hooked up for dual screens too. Seiki 1080p 60Hz monitor and it has no issues whatsoever. So whatever the issue is, its limited to the MSI monitor. Its also growing very very slightly. Has been going on for about 2 weeks now.
  10. HWinfo64 reports the same as Flow Control. Ryzen Master reports the temp the same as Flow Control and HWinfo64
  11. First, the specs: R9 3900x ASrock X570 Taichi EVGA CLC280 AIO Fractal Meshify S2 2x16G of G.Skill Trident Z Royal at 3600 Gigabyte RTX 2080 5 Noctua 140mm fans (2 on the radiator, 1 pulling from the bottom of the case, 1 rear exhaust, 1 top exhaust) Now, the issue... EVGA Flow control was having serious issues launching, staying launched, and in general constant instability. I don't know what exactly I did to make it work (uninstalled and reinstalled a dozen times, fresh install of windows, etc) but now it automagically works. Though, now after it has become stable and functioning "correctly" when the ambient tempt drops below 70F/21C and my pc is at idle or very low work loads the CPU reports as cooler than the coolant. Which shouldn't be remotely possible. I do have the radiator mounted to the front of the case so its pulling in fresh cool air. I've seen the CPU go as much as 1.5C cooler than the actual coolant. Adding a load increases the CPU temps above the coolant though. I've attempted contacting EVGA, but so far haven't gotten a response. So my question to all of you, have any of you come across this before? Is it a bad sensor in the coolant or on the motherboard maybe? I haven't had any overheating issues at all. My fan curves are pretty strong, and even while gaming, recording, and streaming all at once I never break 80C on the CPU or the GPU even at 1440p for all of the above. Trying to make sure everything runs smooth for the foreseeable future. This is the most expensive build I have put together by far, and I might just be over thinking it a bit, but I'd rather get some feed back from others before moving forward from here.
  12. It depends on what you're using it for. If you're not streaming or recording audio, the mobo is just fine. You'll have to play with fan curves and ensure you have good air flow in the case. Typically something with mesh front. Fractal Design Meshify cases are great. Rosewill even has some great cases with good air flow.
  13. Thanks for the responses, my fan curves are also set pretty high as the Taichi board likes to run hot and get REALLY LOUD if the chipset fan revs up
  14. I just downloaded the Ryzen Master program, I'll check it out. I'm hoping it was just a one time glitch