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Nicholas S

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  1. Will the 650W PSU be able to handle also the load of the GPU and CPU?
  2. The concern I have is will it work normally and not encounter and issues. Considering the board uses PCie3.0 and the GPU uses PCie4.0 will the different PCie variants effect its ability to work, I know if it does the performance of the GPU will be lower but will it work if I hook this card up and launch a game.
  3. Currently I had a plan to upgrade to a MSI Radeon RX 5500 XT Gaming X Dual-Fan 8GB GDDR6 PCIe 4.0 Video Card for my build but I am worried that the compatibility of the CPU and motherboard will not work with this GPU. PC Specs: Motherboard: ASRock B450M PRO-4 Micro ATX CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700x 8-core At 3.70 GHz Memory: 2x8 Gb Corsair Vengence LPX at 2133 MHz PSU: Unknown manufacturer 400W(upgrading to EVGA 80+ bronze 650W on same day of purchase for GPU) My only concern is that the Motherboard uses PCie3.0 and the GPU uses 4.0.
  4. Pc Build Specs: Motherboard: B450m Micro ATX CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700x 8-core GPU: MSI Nvidia GTX 1050 ti 4gb Memory: 2x8 gb Corsair Vengeance DDR4 2133mhz PSU: 400W Currently the CPU runs stable at base clock of 3.7 ghz, but once I set it to Ryzen masters preset profile of 4.0 ghz, it crashes(once under load). I don’t get a blue screen, the pc just goes to black then boots up/restarts as normal, like the pc just restarted itself. I am still testing to find out and I am down to either it being a Temperature issue or power issue. It runs at a max of 50*C when under load at base, I have not seen it go above that temp. If anyone has any idea as to what is my issue, Please comment and let me know on how to possible resolve this issue.
  5. Thank for the suggestion, I am currently planning on order an Intel Core i5 6600k cpu. Currently after doing some monitoring, my cpu goes to 100% when anything VR related runs, the GPU spikes to about 80-100% depending on what’s happening. Beat Saber is one that’s a little finicky as they had an update recently that now creates a studded randomly, it’s rare for the studded to happen but when it does, usually I see my CPU and GPU spike to 100%. I’ve also found a MSI RTX 2060 that had improved specs from the GTX 1060 gb with a lower price I was interested in. My only concern now is if the cpu I’m planning on ordering will be able to handle the video card.
  6. I was interested if anyone had any recommendations for a system upgrade for cpu and gpu? Current system: Motherboard: Msi B150m Pro-D CPU: Intel i5 6400 4 core 2.70 GHz Locked GPU: Msi GeForce Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti 4gb Memory: 2x8 Corsair 2333 MHz CPU Cooler: stock fan that came with Intel i5 6400 cpu I am currently able to run VR in steam vr using the Oculus Rift S Pavlov, Beat Saber, and Rolling Line are so far stable DCS world, Derail Valley currently are experiencing some performances restitutions. Derail Valley the most having issues.
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