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ChrisOzz

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  1. Yeah, V-Sync is disabled, and it's set to max.
  2. Both are usually at about 30% utilization, according to in game tests. The picture is from the Msi Afterburner
  3. Don't know how to overclock
  4. So I have two sticks of ram, both are 4gb. Other older one also has 2 sticks. I have checked its mhz in the Bios, and it says its 2666 mhz. Also, it is only plugged into the GPU. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FVYKFXF/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s04?ie=UTF8&psc=1 this is the mother board I bought, not sure if UEfI is too different from Bios. Anyway, I've checked to see if I can disable the Integrated Graphics, but I can't find the option to do so. I don't know how to overclock my ram to 3000 mhz, last time I tried, I stayed at 2666. Wasn't sure if I need to change timings or what, but I don't know how to do that. Anymore questions for any ambiguity will be answered, but I apologize if it's late.
  5. I'm kind of a gamer, not playing all the top triple A games, but I play games like Minecraft, Fortnite, etc. Right now, I have two computers, one that is a recent budget build, and another that is around 5-7 years old, also, I just added a gt 710 into the older one. As of now, I'm mostly playing Minecraft, and as I switch between the two, I notice that my oldest computer performs better than my newer one. I'll list the specs of each below. New Ryzen 3 2200G ddr4 8 gb 2666 mhz Rx 570 No overclock on anything. Old Intel i3-550 ddr3 8 gb 1333 mhz gt 710 No overclocks. I'm not the biggest geek on computer stuff, but I do know some. I was thinking that minecraft just performed better on Intel/ Nvidia. But, I'm also thinking that the ram on the newest computer just isn't fast enough, and it's hindering the full potential. Any insight will help me figure this thing out. I'll answer any questions. Thanks.
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