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Aree Soothsayer

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  • Birthday 1976-11-06

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  1. I'm not looking yet, I just want to know which would be better to work with. Edit: B450 Gaming Plus MAx from MSI
  2. Follow these directions, they will leave you in control of when you update. Then you can also make an image of your drive in case of "oh noooo!" and something went wrong. Press the Windows logo key + R then type gpedit.msc and click OK. Go to "Computer Configuration" > "Administrative Templates" > "Windows Components" > "Windows Update". Double-click "Configure Automatic Updates". Select "Disabled" in Configured Automatic Updates on the left, and click Apply and "OK" to disable the Windows automatic update feature.
  3. Then windows updates itself in the background and the problem crops up again.
  4. 14s for your Bios to startup? That sounds slow to me. Check and see if the motherboard maker has more up to date firmware. The old one might be fussing about something new in the Windows install. Something that sort of accumulates over time.
  5. I found it a bit of a waste of time. The beautiful sound... was heard off my 15$ speakers. So I couldn't hear it. The Wonderous 8k video was on my 1080 Monitor so I couldn't really see it. The Tour game won't take the place of a live demo.
  6. After hearing and reading about cpu's losing their upper tier performance when overclocking just using the standard OC that happens automatically I locked my Ryzen 5 3600 to 3600. So it stays at 3600 even when idle. While idle would my cpu use less power if that automatic clock manage were enabled or would it be the same. Just so you know I have a 1050 Ti so gaming wouldn't see any difference even if I overclocked it.
  7. Man I hope I don't come to regret using it.
  8. I've considered it but I game so much and don't want to lose some of my favorites.
  9. When I upgraded my hardware I had to make a fresh install of windows. This was months ago. However I ran a before and after benchmarks with several including Cinebench. I got a score of 3143. Youtube showed me Debloater in action on an old, can never upgrade, laptop. It went from being pinned at 100% to idle. So I used it on my windows 10. That 3143 had nothing running in the background other than windows stuff. When I ran a Cinebench after debloatingit I have Discord, Lasso, Alarmclock, Rainlender, Steam, HWinfo, Rainmeter, Razor Central, Winap and Avast Free Antivirus. Score: 3230 and 3231, yea twice to make sure I wasn't imagining it. ALSO. After the very first benchmark I locked my cpu, ryzen 5 3600, to 3600. So it wasn't boosting. Yea... So.. GOOD FREAKING GRIEF!
  10. When I bought my ram it was spec'd at 4133 but I just went into XMP and both 1 and 2 were set 3600, same timings. I go to where I got it and... it now states 3600. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RM39V5F/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Any clue how this happened?
  11. *faceplant* I'll just keep my big ol box fan. Less hassle right now.
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