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  1. After all the troubleshoot you did I'm really at a loss then, Do you have the latest amd chipset driver? There's a possibility that you have faulty ram, run memtest at 2400 and see if you get any errors.
  2. Is your ram sited on dual channel configuration? Read mb manual. Its usually the second farthest from CPU and the farthest from the cpu. If they aren't seated on this configuration you aint getting good speeds.
  3. The op is right, I'm just here judging who shill NVidia, don't mind me.
  4. Myths often are funded on some truth. There even a bitwit video where is warns about the dangers of powering a pc off and on, jayz also has some video (or he tackles the subject randomly I dont remember)
  5. My source is decades working on hardware, pc hardware likes to be working, they are not designed to be powered off and on, they are designed to run 24/7. A good video for linus (1 year experiment or even more if necessary), build the exact same pc, one one pc your turn it off and on everyday, the other you leave it running 24/7. I can bet you my kidney and lung that the pc that is turned off and on will fail first, ppl who work around computer hardware know this. Maybe this knowledge is not mainstream because of electric bills (?) or even maybe brands (if hardware fail you need to buy new one) but I'm shocked ppl dont know this juding by some replies. GUYS IF YOU CAN AFFORD IT, TO KEEP YOUR PC HEALTHY NEVER TURN THE DAMN THING OFF. HELL BUY A UPS TO EVEN KEEP IT ON DURING BLACKOUTS!!!
  6. The act of powering on or off a PC will stress all capacitors ten fold more than constant current from 24/7 ever will (now imagine you power on and off your pc everyday, that poor motherboard..), that's my point. Again this is not up for debate, pc hardware likes to be on, the more you turn on and off a PC there is a higher probability you will run into problems as opposed to just leaving in on always.
  7. Fixed it for you. What wear and tear? CPU doesn't move, GPU doesn't move, motherboard doesn't move. All that moves on a pc nowadays are the fans, wear and tear is not a thing on desktops unless you're talking about HDDs. The act of powering on or off a PC is harmful in unpredictable ways on modern hardware, leaving it running 24/7 is not harmful at all on modern hardware.
  8. It's not my fault you never heard it lol This is not really discussion worthy, its a well know fact for the last 2 decades. Go research it. Components are tested for 24/7 usage. About Powering it on and off, they are not tested or built for that. Why do you think servers last so much time with little failure rate compared to home desktops? BECAUSE THEY ARE NEVER TURNED OFF. The best practice the keep your components healthy is never turning them off, that is a fact and not up for debate son.
  9. Whaaat? This is literally the only tip on this thread that will help you, of course good components help but this is the ultimate tip to keep a desktop healthy, never turn the damn thing off. Most desktop failures come from powering it on or off, dont take my word for it, talk to any person who handles hardware and any person who minimally understand how pc components works will tell you the same, a pc that is on 24/7 will last longer than the same pc that is turned on and off everyday, this is a fact, take it as you will.
  10. Just to add to my point. most computer failures come from powering it on or powering it off. Just never turn if off and your PC will always be happy.