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  1. 1) & 2) correct 3) That was nothing, he just thought his CPU was stock inside the socket, but he did not know how the AMD Bracket worked. He took out his CPU, cleaned his board and then reinstalled the CPU.
  2. Ryzen 5 2600 GTX 1060 6GB 8GB x2 DDR4 3000MHz Aorus Gigabyte X470 mobo Corsair 550 Watts PSU And he did not swap CPU because he doesn't have an other one.
  3. the stocked cpu was bullshit btw. He got it out... but his pc still has the same problems
  4. So my friend is having problems right now with his pc. His monitor isn't responding, so is his keyboard and mouse. But he says the pc powers on normally. Any ideas what might be the problem. His pc his really important to him right now because he use's it for school. His CPU is a Ryzen 5 2600. He also claim and showed me via video that the CPU won't come out of the socket. Help his poor soul please...
  5. Random topic, but I'm kinda hyped for (and if) an other season of scrapyard wars actually happens, how the RTX 3000 series impact the second hand GPU market. Right now I know that the market is being overflowed with really good graphics card with really good price tags. So how do you guys think they should do the next season of scrapyard wars with that impact on the market ?
  6. I have an AMD Ryzen 7 3700x and the advertised boost clock speed is 4.4 Ghz but while gaming or running cinebench in single core test I get around 4.1 Ghz which is pretty disappointing. Is this normal and is there a way to correct this ? (My drivers are up to date for my BIOS and Chipset)
  7. https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/leaked-nvidia-geforce-rtx-3070-ti-could-topple-charts-with-double-the-memory/ This is one of a couple links that I found these leaks from. I am obviously speculating, so you will have to judge by yourself if it seems true or not.
  8. I think the only card in the 3000 series that support SLI is the 3090 tho, but I'm not 100% sure.
  9. There's been some leaks that the 3070 Ti will have 16 Gb of GDDR6 so that might be the solution to your problem.
  10. I should have added this too, but if it's possible and useful to overclock a single core, do you have any guide on how to do it properly? I never overclocked any CPU before.
  11. I have a Ryzen 7 3700x and I've been reading online a lot about overclocking. But it seems that for my CPU, overclocking is pointless for the usage of my pc ( which is gaming). But I also saw people talking about single core overclocking and I've been seeing a lot of people contradicting each other about the subject. So here are my questions : Is it possible to overclock a single core on my Ryzen 7 3700x and if so, is it worth it? (excuse my english if it sucked, it's not my native language)
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