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JustAGamer325

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  1. Yeah that was already on, I didn't even do it myself. I heard somewhere that it decreases performance so I tried it out and sure enough, it worked!
  2. For some reason turning off game mode from windows settings fixed it
  3. Hi everyone! So I recently bought my first pc. It has a ryzen 7 3700x and 16gb 3600mhz cl 18 tridentZ RGB ram. I am facing a problem when I play minecraft though - I'm getting only about 130 fps at 12 chunks. I have the capacity to run the game at much more fps but why can't I?
  4. Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Excel, Word, websurfing, very light games (Cake Shop 2, etc.) Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Hi everyone! I am currently gathering parts for a new workstation. I was wondering of those parts work together: CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X (will use the stock cooler since it probably won't be overclocked) RAM: Crucial Ballistix 3600MHz Cl16 MBD: MSI B450M PRO-M2 MAX HDD: Seagate BarraCuda 2TB SSD: Samsung 970 EVO Plus 250GB Case: Fractal Design Define Mini C (one 120mm exhaust and one 120mm front fan included + two BeQuiet! Pure Wings 2 PWM bought seperately and a splitter since this mobo only has one system fan connection) GPU: MSI NVIDIA GEFORCE GT 710 2GD3H PSU: Corsair VS350 80+ Cheers!
  5. the clockspeeds are essentially max and base or somewhat above base. the thermals are about 40 - 50 degrees
  6. Yup, returned everything as it was when i got the system running for the first time. though I left PBO on. Every time I turn on the PC I experience framedrops and I have to restart to make them go away.
  7. So... update: I turned off my PC for about 2 hours to go do some other stuff. When I came back and turned it on, the same framedrops occured. Restarting the PC seemed to fix the issue though. I also turned on a-xmp profile 1 since msi has two profiles and 1 is allegedly more stable.
  8. Alright, I went into the bios and put the clock speed on auto but what about the RAM? How can I put it to 3600MHz
  9. I just thought that 4.4 GHz was just the maximum capacity at which the cpu could run on it's own and that overclocking it was when you took it over 4.4. I came to the conclusion that the cpu should always be able to run nicely of speeds upto 4.4 and if it wasn't able to it was an error in the cpu itself.
  10. 3.6 GHz - 1.210V 4.0 GHz - 1.256V 4.4 GHz - 1.510V
  11. Oh, ok. I'll look into it! Thanks!
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