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191x7

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  1. Did you leave the Corsair cables wih the EVGA?
  2. Latest motherboard bios and the latest AMD chipset drivers?
  3. With the same cooler they perform the same. Multiple reviewers noticed this. The 3600X comes with a better cooler in the box, and when you pair that cooler with the 3600 it reaches the 3600X. You're better going with the 3600 and a better cooler for the rest of the money.
  4. Make an install USB using the official method from Microsoft?
  5. No point in pairing an RX 5600XT with an i3 4160. Upgrade the platform first.
  6. GTX 1650 Super, Radeon RX 580/590. Eventually RX 570 8GB but it's weak. Or used GTX 1070, RX 480, RX 580, vega 56, GTX 1060 6GB etc.
  7. Wouldn't "high performance" keep the CPU at 100% the core clock and power?
  8. I would also recommedn the Define R6. My Define R5 is still great.
  9. It would matter because throttled cores work on lower clocks, and thus it's easier to saturate them.
  10. The newest batch of the 1600 marked as AF are Zen+ parts, closer to the 2600 than the old 1600. Go with that. But don't go with an A320 board, get at least a B450.
  11. Could be all of it. Try rebooting your router, modern etc.
  12. 191x7

    Is it safe?

    You can, especially if the USB hub is a powered one (uses a power adapter).
  13. Bufferbloat is what's important, and you have a "-" there instead of a grade. No wonder you have issues.
  14. Even a $15-$20 cooler like the Snowman from AliExpress would do. Which case?
  15. He probably means the rest of the configuration. The motherboard, the case and cooling (fans) also affect cooling perfrmance, and the GPU too. 60°C on Idle is warm, but it might be a case of poor case airflow and the CPU sitting in High Performance (power profile in Windows) ... I would recommend handling the cooling solution.
  16. Both should work just fine. Can you try the old monitor on a different machine?
  17. Scythe Mugen 5 http://www.scythe-eu.com/en/products/cpu-cooler/mugen-5-revb.html
  18. I would like to ask you to try something. One card at a time. Take the second card out. Test the first one heavily. Take the first out, put the second in and test that one. If both cards work fine on their own, test a card in the second slot (but only a single card). Your issues might be caused by Crossfire, the motherboard slot, one of the cards being faulty or maybe, just maybe, the PSU.
  19. Other parts? Driver version? Windows version? Crystal ball?
  20. You might need to use AMD/ATI Pixel clock patcher https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-AMD-ATI-Pixel-Clock-Patcher or Nvidia Pixel clock patcher https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-NVIDIA-Pixel-Clock-Patcher Why do I get the feeling you're running an VGA cable?
  21. https://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU https://www.google.com/search?q=cru+monitor+overclock&sxsrf=ACYBGNS6iwiMj6mVvmkDDTDV5SUWoV9ABg:1579767382388&source=lnms&tbm=vid&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjRt56NpJnnAhUKMewKHde_BngQ_AUoAXoECAwQAw&biw=1920&bih=937
  22. Samsung SM 226BW came with three different panels depending on the market and date. Samsung panels had the best colors a TZN panel could have, the other two were CMO and AU Optronics - they weren't bad bud required calibration (at least manually) and some settings change. That monitor, and the variants (2253BW for example, same monitor different bazels), were the "best buy" options some 10-12 years ago. And they could be overclocked to 85 Hz quite easily. Compared to todays models, they are bad. But there are also worse monitors one could buy new. Bad viewing angles are a TN thng, that's the same even on newer TN monitors.
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