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EnergizedMemer

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About EnergizedMemer

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    Manchester, United Kingdom
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    Me am likes playing GTA-V and CS:GO

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  1. Okay then. But I'm a noob, so I don't know how.
  2. Update: I downloaded drivers from June 2019 (for the PC) and the situation was sorted! Thank you for all of your support.
  3. Wait, I just checked again, turns out it's a 7400(?) RPM HDD
  4. I'm doing the first four, and when I see what happens, I'll get back to you.
  5. Well, I tried it, and opened CS:GO, but the stuttering is even worse than before. Update: With the overclocked RAM, the PC went into the blue crash screen twice, even with the voltage and everything sorted.
  6. In the ASUS BIOS, I believe D.O.C.P is basically XMP. Yeah, I'll try it.
  7. Do you know any versions of the driver that work well?
  8. I meant that my 3rd gen R5 was performing like a 1st gen R5, but reinstalling Ryzen Master seemed to sort out the issue. I must've done something wrong.
  9. You won't believe it. Right now, I reinstalled Ryzen Master and it works pretty well now! I have to sort out the family PC now, though.
  10. So my family's PC has a Ryzen 3 3200G Custom PC with the following parts: CPU: Ryzen 3 3200G overclocked at 3.8Ghz RAM: 16GB of DDR4 clocked at 3000Mhz Mobo: ASUS Prime B450M-A Micro-ATX PSU: Aerocool Integrator 600W Power Supply Case: NZXT H510 Drive(s): 120GB Crucial BX500 SATA SSD + 500GB WD HDD at 5400RPM This PC was working well for the first few months, then I decided to download an AMD Radeon driver (version 20.4.2) to speed things up for my brother. It was a bad move, and now the PC stutters like it has a Core 2 Duo from 2008 inside. I decided to make a post about it here, and a person told me to download a DDU, which made some games return to their normal performance, but CS:GO (the game my brother plays the most) still stutters like HELL. Could anybody please help? I would appreciate it if you did because my brother is pretty mad at me for ruining the PC and not letting him use mine.
  11. The performance I'm getting is like I have a 1st-gen Ryzen 5. Still acceptable, but I have the money to upgrade, so why not?
  12. Well, mine isn't working that great for some reason.
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