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PremierSupreme

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About PremierSupreme

  • Title
    Member

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200G
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350M MORTAR
  • RAM
    HyperX FURY 8 GB 2400 MHz (2 x 4 GB)
  • GPU
    PALIT GTX 1660 Super StormX
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Series 88R Windowed mATX
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB SSD
  • PSU
    BEQUIET BN297 500 W Semi-Modular
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 24-Inch Curved LED Monitor
  • Cooling
    Arctic Alpine 64 Plus
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I am planning to upgrade my Ryzen 3 2200G --> 2600 or 3600. I currently have a Arctic Alpine 64 Plus. Which is better, stock or 64 Plus? Thanks
  2. Okay. But I've heard that you should try to avoid the Beta version.
  3. Hi there. I'm looking to upgrade my Ryzen 2200G --> Ryzen 5 3600. I'm currently using the MSI B350M Mortar as my motherboard. MSI's website says it's compatible with Zen 2, but there has been no BIOS update since? I'm a little confused on this one. Can anyone clarify this for me?
  4. No software. And hardware monitor won't show my fan speeds. Edit: I recently changed something in the BIOS (MSI game mode or something), and I had to re-enable AMD cool n' quiet when I came out of it. So, perhaps there's a way to default all of the BIOS settings?
  5. After I wake up my PC, my CPU fan goes 100%. Any ideas on how to fix this? Ryzen 3 2200G (not O/C'd) MSI B350M Mortar GTX 1660 Super
  6. It should be tied to your Microsoft account. Once it asks for the product key, skip that, and sign in after the installation. Your Windows licence will activate based on your account info.
  7. Did you clean install Windows 10 and DDU before installing new graphics drivers?
  8. So, I just need to download the latest driver via Geforce and I'm good to go? Edit: Also, what is the benefit of using Geforce against installing them manually from Nvidia's website?
  9. DDU removed Geforce Experience. However, once I reinstalled Geforce it automatically installs an outdated driver.
  10. I removed the old driver with DDU, then clicked a pop up from Geforce Experience and it looks like it installed an older driver? The new driver has also been downloaded and is ready to install, so I'm a little confused.
  11. My CPU has integrated Vega graphics. Should I DDU again and select AMD?
  12. I just upgraded to a PALIT GTX 1660 Super StormX. My CPU is Ryzen 3 2200G w/ 2x4GB ram @ 2400 MHz I also reinstalled Windows (not clean but through "Reset this PC") and DDU installed my graphics driver. However, I'm actually using the previous (November) driver from Nvidia's website, as the newer driver causes problems with general lagginess and slow performance in Windows
  13. Now I'm not too bothered about this, but I'm curious about why it's happening. The problem: Sometimes when I close a YouTube video, the video goes green just before the next pages loads (attached image of what it looks like). What causes this?
  14. Hi. I have a strong CPU bottleneck, and I am looking to reduce CPU intensive settings in Star Wars Battlefront II Does anyone have any knowledge of which of these settings are more CPU intensive and worth turning down?
  15. I recently upgraded to the new line of Nvidia cards (GTX 1660 Super) and I was experiencing similar problems until I DDU installed the previous (November) Nvidia driver. Edit: If you didn't reinstall your OS, you'll likely have all sorts of driver conflicts. A clean install is a good idea after such a massive upgrade.
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