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Willem De Zwijger

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  1. I overclocked my monitor to 200Hz and it is running stable. I wanted to see if I could go furhter but 200Hz seems to be the furthest you can go in Radeon Settings (going higher sets it back to 200Hz). Updating to the latest drivers and restarting didn't seem to do the trick. Specs: - Ryzen 3 1300X - MSI Radeon RX 570 armor (8GB, OC) - 16GB DDR4 memory - AOC G2590FX (I am 99% sure that this is my model, I can't reach the box it came in as I don't have a ladder). I am using a DP connection. These are not the best components since I was on a budget, but depending on the anti aliasing settings I can get well over 200 fps in most games. If I can't get it further on Radeon I am already glad with 200Hz.
  2. It's summer, and one of my walls doubles as my roof, causing a lot of heat, especially after noon. I don't have a lot of money (only like 6 USD), and the room fan I ordered for this heathell won't arrive in a while... Also my CPU runs about 16 °C above normal (50 °C instead of 34-ish °C). Please help my system puts out a lot of heat too since I have AMD hardware...
  3. I ordered a keyboard to find out that the arrow keys are broken. It is a full sized mechanical keyboard. I also found out that if I mash the two broken keys, down and left arrow keys, and then press right arrow key that it is registered as a zero. This mainly happens with the left arrow key. I have restarted my PC, and unplugged the power for 10 seconds, without luck. Also changing the USB prort didn't do anything. I havn't tried a USB 3.0 port, but I doubt that it will do anything, since my cable is USB 3.0. I posted this on the PCMR subreddit too, but only one person replied in 1.5 hours, without useful info. If this happens to be off-topic or the wrong forum, I'm sorry, this is my first post on here and I'm not a native English speaker :).
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