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Samfisher

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About Samfisher

  • Title
    Shut up, Sam
  • Birthday Mar 19, 1989

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  • Location
    Malaysia
  • Gender
    Male
  • Biography
    I do stuff with my hands that make things go WOOOOOOHHOHOOGRRGOOEOOG WOOSH
  • Occupation
    System Engineer

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700x
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE X570 Auros Pro WiFi
  • RAM
    32GB G-Skill Trident Z Neo, 3600MHz, CL16
  • GPU
    Colorful iGame GeForce RTX 3080 Ultra OC 10G-V
  • Case
    Phanteks P400A Digital Black
  • Storage
    XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2 OS drive, Silicon Power P34A80 1TB M.2 Gaming drive, Samsung SM871 512GB SATA, 8TB WD Red, 6TB Ironwolf, 4TB WD Red, 2TB WD Green
  • PSU
    CoolerMaster V650 Gold
  • Display(s)
    Samsung Odyssey G7 27"
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master ML360R RGB AIO
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703 HERO Wireless / Logitech G600
  • Sound
    Creative SoundBlaster Zx, Sennheiser PC37x w/ Audio Technica AT-2020 USB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro x64
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  1. As long as your FPS is within the VRR range you won't get tearing. Set your frame limit to 140 and that's it.
  2. SuperPosition and OCCT benchmark at the same time probably. But that would probably overwhelm the stock cooler, not sure.
  3. Turn off auto reboot during BSOD in your system settings. Anyway here's a screencap of your BSOD. WHEA Uncorrectable Error is a hardware error. Reset all your hardware, RAM, GPU etc and try again. Secondly, take a look at Blue Screen Explorer and see what the dump file actually says went wrong.
  4. G-Skill Trident Z Neo? Both examples above will both perform quite similarly if not the same.
  5. The RM750 is definitely the best of the bunch, if you can wait, and if it's within budget.
  6. Is it the MSI MAG B550 Tomahawk? If it is then it has a Flash BIOS button near where all the USB ports are, at the top. From the MSI manual (a side note, format your USB drive to FAT32, and use a 8GB or smaller drive, sometimes there's compatibility issues with bigger drives):
  7. It does sound weird, but contact Seasonic to see if you get a reply, otherwise RMA it.
  8. That has a Q-Flash button right on the mobo so you'll be fine. Download the latest BIOS for the board, extract ONLY the BIOS file into a FAT32 formatted USB drive. Connect the board to a PSU for power, insert the USB drive into the specific Q-Flash USB port on the mobo, then press the Q-Flash button and it will start updating the board. Be patient, it can take some time. Button is highlighted in red from this image I took from the board manual. The USB port you should be using for this is clearly listed as BIOS. It's the one with the white insert. I attached an image of that
  9. If it doesn't work, you'll definitely know hahaha. It won't destroy anything so no real worries there.
  10. You won' fry anything. Worst that will happen is it trips the PSU and the PC shuts down. Either way, separate PCIE cables are always the preferred way Enjoy your stay on the forum!
  11. No. Some motherboards have a physical button they can press that will update the BIOS with no hardware connected to it except the power. What CPU do you have in there now?
  12. That is indeed a big oof. Isn't Black Friday/Cyber Monday around the corner? Could get a deal then.
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