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About TidalZelda

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Down Under, Middle of Nowhere
  • Interests
    Factorio and similar games.
    Arduino and other projects


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3800X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG X370-f
  • RAM
    VENGEANCE® LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2133MHz C13
  • GPU
    Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080Ti
  • Storage
    Intel 660p NVMe 2TB
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 850 G2
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27" Curved QLED Gaming Monitor (CFG73)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i v2
  • Keyboard
    Acer 6511-UV
  • Mouse
    Asus ROG Gladious II
  • Sound
  • Operating System
    Linux Mint 19 / Windows 10
  1. https://www.asus.com/au/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-B450-F-GAMING/HelpDesk_Download/ the support page for your motherboard is the best place to get the bios.
  2. uumm what. steam is NOT deciding it was distribution rights because of their Software Distribution Agreement that you as a publisher have to agree to first. if steam was then how can Deep Silver even possibly pull metro exodus from steam, if as you said, steam "decided" it has distribution rights? Soo Steam doesn't advertise, except when it advertises, but if it does, its fine because there's "no damages to steam". right. sure. What about Metro Exodus, you know, that game that was advertised by Steam and its publisher Deep Silver, that was pulled at the last second, and that has only 200k purchases on steam? But its fine, because steam suffered no damages from missing out on the apparently 5 million purchases* that the epic store got instead. but yes, no damages at all. </sarcasm> Deep Silver made a agreement with Steam that in no uncertain terms states not to release on another platform at the disadvantage of Steam. if you are going to disadvantage Steam, don't sign up with Steam until your ready. Deep Silver used Steam to advertise a game, then basically spat in Steam's face, and as a result are going against it's agreement with Steam. if they don't like the terms, then they should not have agreed to them. *: the exact sales number is not publicly known, however Deep Silver did state sales were 2.5x more then metro last light on steam, which also does not have sale statistics. steam-spy claims that there are currently 2 to 5 million owners of metro last light redux, so going very conservative and picking 2 million, the result is a estimate of 5 million.
  3. I think the point of the setup he describes is "no single point of failure", so running a single box to just pick a working one would make it the single point of failure. yep, soo single box is out the window.
  4. I agree with Ryan_Vickers, its not like Valve is saying you cant use other services,just to not turn steam into free advertisement for another storefront. i saw metro on steam, and now i cant get it unless i go with epic.
  5. i don't know if this is the issue here, but i have heard of some media companies doing some real dumb crap like intentionally writing bad data to confuse ripping programs, having multiple programs report a crc or a uncorrectable error would first indicate something like that.
  6. No problem, oh and the psu should be plenty for running the whole thing.
  7. Well Asus says that 2301 supports a Ryzen 3600, so i don't see why it wouldn't work.
  8. yeah, Asus most likely have not updated the bios on the motherboard to allow it to boot with the Ryzen 5 3600. I assume you have the Asus Rog Strix B450-f, as Asus do not list any other motherboard by that name. on its support page, it lists support for the 3600, under bios 2301 so if your motherboard has 2301 or higher already, then it should work. but if the motherboard is not, it simply wont boot. the bios version is usually listed on the box or on the motherboard near the serial number. on my motherboard (an Asus x370-f) it is shown on a sticker above the cpu slot along the top edge of the board, as the last 4 digits.