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Naijin

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About Naijin

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Pc hardware, WoW classic, aviation (glider pilot)

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 9 3900x
  • Motherboard
    MSI X570 Tomahawk WiFi
  • RAM
    16 GB HyperX Fury 3200 MHz
  • GPU
    Asus TUF RTX 3080
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define 7 Compact
  • Storage
    Western Digital SN750 1TB
  • PSU
    Cooler Master MWE v2 750W gold
  • Display(s)
    Asus TUF VG27WQ
  • Cooling
    Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240
  • Keyboard
    Glorious Gaming GMMK - Kailh Box Black switches
  • Mouse
    Glorious Gaming Model O-
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. If you want higher clocks, just buy a higher clocked kit. It's not going to be easy to get a 3200 kit to 3800 with good timings and stability. If you want to try, good luck
  2. Now I think of it, did you try setting a temperature target in MSI afterburner for example? This will reduce clocks and fps though, but keep your system cooler.
  3. The Hyper 212 will be slightly better while producing less noise. I replaced the stock fan on my previous 3700x for a bigger one as it was louder than I liked.
  4. You didn't buy directly from AMD, you will have to go to the vendor that you bought the cpu from for RMA. They will provide you with the steps. Not sure what consumer law in Australia is like, but they didn't release long ago and should get you a replacement.
  5. Did you compare clock speeds before and after? It might clock slightly higher, but the temperature target is the same and since it is a laptop, will hit that temperature target.
  6. The kernel-power events happen at the time the pc freezes? Any details in those events?
  7. LTT did a video about this, so did many others. There is no difference in push or pull, with pull generally preferred because of cleaning reasons. It all comes down to aesthetic purposes, if you have RGB fans, it's pretty weird to have them hidden behind the radiator, so you usually want them to push and have them visible.
  8. What is your cpu usage and gpu usage while in game?
  9. Are you going to overclock? If you overclock the 2500k, it's going to be ahead of the 3470. If you just want it cool, fit within the budget and not go with a bigger aftermarket cooler, go with the 3470. Either way, both are about equal with only the 2500k to support overclocking, which comes with more power and heat.
  10. Which fan headers on your motherboard have a fan plugged in? Is cpu_fan plugged in? Some motherboard refuse to post/boot without cpu fan plugged in. Also, are all fans spinning?
  11. Which headers did you plug in? Is there any debug LED on the motherboard? Do you own an internal speaker?
  12. Seems fairly normal to me, it's a game from 2010. However, a benchmark from Techspot shows a GTX 480 and an i7 920 at 4.0 GHz playing at 88 fps average at 1920x1200. https://www.techspot.com/review/312-mafia2-performance/page8.html What resolution are you playing and what settings? What happens to your fps if you set the settings to medium/low? V-sync enabled?
  13. Nobody knows, wait for the release and benchmarks.
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