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Ed96win

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About Ed96win

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday 1994-07-31

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Iran
  • Interests
    Gaming, Hardware, Overclocking
  • Occupation
    Web Hosting Manager

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2400g
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B450M-A
  • RAM
    2x8 Crucial 2400Mhz (OC To 3266)
  • GPU
    Vega 11
  • Case
    MasterTech T200-GX
  • PSU
    CoolerMaster MWE 450
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Spire
  • Operating System
    Win 10
  1. Hey. I'm not recommending a whole build but If your goal is lite gaming a Ryzen 2400G paired with fast (3000+) dual channel memory will be enough for you. (without a dGPU). I'm using it. if you're low on budget it might help you as well.
  2. 1 x RGB LED Header (Supports in total up to 12V/3A, 36W LED Strip) 1 x AMD Fan LED Header (The AMD Fan LED Header supports LED strips of maximum load of 3A (36W) and length up to 2.5M) https://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X370 Pro4/index.asp#Specification
  3. Ok. I got it replaced with a 550W of the same mwe series and the issue seems to be (or rather sounds to be ) resolved. I noticed a slight change in Bios voltage readings. this is now: with the previous PSU 12V was something like 11.952, 5V was like: 4.955 is it the new unit that's overpowering the rails or the previous PSU was really faulty?
  4. r5 2400G has a "black hole" between 1350-1500, it won't work on those clocks. it's either 1350 or 1500.
  5. Second 2400g related thread, but hopefully the last. My Ryzen 2400G iGPU wants 1.219v on SOC Voltage to be stable at 1500MHz and it idles at 1.187 (hwinfo readings) almost everyone says that SOC is safe up to 1.2. should I allow SOC to feed that much voltage or its better to settle on 1350MHz on soc below 1.2? Temps during load would not go above 60. CPU is clocked at 3.7 @ 1.381
  6. The sound, yes, I can live with that. (I'm always wearing headphones while working anyway). the only thing that I'm concerned about is that if this problem and whatever the source is (in my case PSU) is gonna possibly harm/fry anything.
  7. Hi. I have a budget gaming build sitting on my desk. (Ryzen 5 2400G - 16GB 2400MHz DDR4 - No graphics card - MoBo ASUS Prime B450M-A - PSU CoolerMaster MWE Bronze 450W) so it makes a strange noise under load (specifically graphics load, likes games or benchmarks) that comes directly out of the PSU. (when the system is idle it doesn't make any sound.) I'm sure that the sound is something electrical (so not a fan or etc) as its volume goes up and down in paralell with framerates. at first, I though it the PSU is faulty and sent it back for replacement, after a few days; I got the replacement part (same model, obviously) and the funny thing is that the same problem occured with this new one as well. what am I looking at? is something wrong with the other parts? (everything is new, and doesn't matter if the system is overclocked or on stock settings). My system has no RGB lightings or special cooling kit YET (rocking wraith spire). I only have one 5.4 HDD and a Sata SSD. does it need a PSU with a power rate more than 450W? while I'm having the problem of hearing this sound, there are no obvious power-related problems in the system even at full load (no shutdowns, reboots, artifacts, etc). thank you in advance for your advices.
  8. Hey. I've been enjoying vega 11 (@1500MHz) running my daily games (Fortnite, Apex Legends, CSGO) but it can't seem being able to output playable framerates on some titles like Metro Exodus or PUBG. so I'm thinking about getting a dedicated GPU soon. do you guys think GTX 1650 is a good one to go with? I'm not planning to upgrade my CPU anytime soon so I'm gonna have to ensure it won't be bottlenecked.
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