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Spir4

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  1. Hi, Does anyone know the temperature cutoff for the AMD Ryzen turbo to stop doing its thing? I remember reading somewhere that it was 80 degrees celcius but can't seem to find it anymore. I'm wondering for an AMD Ryzen 7 3700x, but I assume it's the same for all Ryzens? Thanks
  2. Benchmark: Time Spy CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X GPU: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GPU Core: 1,845 MHz GPU Memory: 1,750 MHz Score: 7 624 3DMark Link: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/44921265? This seems low. If I compare it with systems with the same specs in 3DMark their scores are about 1000 points higher. Any idea why that might be?
  3. Hi everyone, Whenever I try to play older games I get this (see attached screenshot). This game is Worms Armageddon. I've got it with Age of Empires 2 as well, but only during the intro movies. Once the game's gone to the menu, it's fine. Unlike Worms, it just stays like that. I've got the latest drivers of everything and I've tried all compatibility settings. Any ideas? My setup is nothing special: Windows 10 Home, AMD Ryzen 7 3700x, nVidia RTX 2060, 12GB RAM, ... Thanks!!
  4. Oh sorry for posting in the wrong part of the forum. So there's no official way to get rid of it then? I mean something built in in Windows that I could use? Thanks!
  5. Hi, I've got an ASRock X570 motherboard with built-in Thunderbolt. After installing the drivers, the Thunderbolt Software always automatically starts up on boot, which I don't want. The problem is that it doesn't show up in the Task Manager on the Start-up tab, nor in the Windows Start-up folder. There is also no option in the Thunderbolt Software to disable the auto-startup. Is there a way to disable it from doing that? Or is that not advised to do? Thanks!
  6. I don't really want to start a new thread for this question since it's applicable, so I'll post it here. Ryzen's Third gen supports stock memory speeds of 3200 MHz, and Linus says in his video: "Overclock needed for 3600 MHz is 13%". Does that mean that if you use 3600 MHz RAM, your CPU automatically overclocks to get that to work? And what exactly gets overclocked? Sorry if this is a noob question. Reason: I am a noob ? Thanks!
  7. Hi, I've got a Huawei Mate 20 X which has Dolby Atmos. I've downloaded the official Dolby Atmos trailers from the Dolby site. I've tried the stock headphones and tried other quality headphones to listen to it on my Mate 20 X, with Dolby Atmos turned on. It didn't sound surroundy at all. How do you get Dolby Atmos content to actually play like it should? Or is that impossible on a phone and is that Dolby Atmos label on a phone more of a "there's been some tweaking with the sound but it's definitely not real Dolby Atmos"? PS: I've tried it on my wife's Galaxy Note 8 as well. That device also has Dolby Atmos. Same issue. Thanks!
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