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C17H23NO2

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    Ryzen 5 2600@ 4.1 Ghz
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    Asus Prime B450 Plus
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    16GB 3000Mhz Corsair Vengeance
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    Asus RTX 2060 Dual OC

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  1. I don't think Hynix A-Dies are that bad...mine are running 3133Mhz with CL14
  2. Maybe check taskmanager what uses your cpu and how much. Antivirus , malwarebyte check for any bad programs.
  3. play around with it and check the temps until you're satisfied
  4. Probably just a fucked up fan curve. Opening task manager increases load , fan speed increases , temps lower.
  5. They just give these recommendations to tell you, the game can run with this, what may also mean it starts. They do not say how many fps you get, and not at what resolution. The i7 with double the threads of the i5 will certainly help and deal with the game easier. https://www.game-debate.com/news/27927/red-dead-redemption-2-most-important-graphics-options-every-setting-benchmarked This may help you to increase performance. It certainly did help me get the most out of my hardware. pretty and 60+fps without stuttering. Good luck and have fun!
  6. Shouldn't be any problem. I can even game and stream at the same time with my Ryzen 2600. Also streaming in 720p60, so far the only game that made OBS cry " jumped frames" was borderlands 3, and that happened very rarely ^^
  7. @TheBahrbarian I think atm Vulkan - like many tests provide info for - is the superior API. You get more fps on Vulkan but less stutter on dx12, even tough I can't complain about any stutters at all. And yes I am also from the can't start dx12 faction. Sometimes one stupid graphic setting that is set too high prevents the game from starting, like full gras detail. Otherwise I guess your CPU is slowly but surely too old for games like that. It can hold up to a certain amount but all these KI's running around are very hard on the CPU. 4cores and 4 threads are just not up2date anymore.
  8. Oh i am sorry, maybe there was a misunderstanding. For me , I am talking about my Ryzen 5 2600 since that's what the original post is about. Don't know anything about how the 2700 behave!
  9. It makes a big impact on what settings you actually tweak. There are a lot that eat up performance but dont contribute that much to looks. Spent 2hours tweaking my game , playing with all the AA , reflexion, volumetric lightning. This might come in handy. https://www.game-debate.com/news/27927/red-dead-redemption-2-most-important-graphics-options-every-setting-benchmarked Managed to get constant 60fps with mostly high, ultra textures, and some minor things like reflection, some shadows and stuff turned to mid. Completely ignored MSAA, that ate fps for breakfast , but maxed TAA + FXAA. Ryzen 52600 - rtx 2060
  10. From my experience it is a more GPU - Bound game. At least my Ryzen 2600 is pretty much chilling at 50% average use.
  11. Really? I've seen a lot of members here , myself included, having 4.1Ghz OCs under 1.4V. Mine for example runs at 1.32V. Either we are the top percentage of lucky silicon lottery members or they overclock better then you expect
  12. My ryzen 2600 climbed to 91°C when doing cinebench, so... technically you're right. Just get a nice aftermarket cooler even though your temps are nothing to worry about, yet.
  13. Oh wow, has there been an increase in price? I know it's a "super"-Card but i got my Asus RTX2060 Dual OC thingy for 320€ (355$) ... Holy Jesus.
  14. Every CPU is different. Some can handle 4.1 some 4.2 and some even struggle with 4 ghz OC all core. You just have to try how good your chip is, but first take care of your thermals. A better CPU cooler is a must. Would also directly invest in sth good that can take OC - temps and not only is enough for stock CPU. No VRM cooling might be a downside of the board but as mentioned you can use a small fan to get rid of that problem/ just try how far you can go.
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