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VioDuskar

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  1. i feel like a standard double DIN headunit replacement that supports android auto would do you a lot of good. get a DIN adapter for your car and rip out the old stereo, then replace it with a new aftermarket unit. a lot of them support a dashcam input and a rear cam too. it's a massive modernization for an old car. what model car do you have?
  2. This isn't all of the 3000 series. it's just the 3090. because of the VRAMs on the back side.
  3. he's probably ESL so, i'm giving him a pass on grammar. OP, if you just got an intel 9400f i'd just hold on to it for a while. I think it's fine for gaming. maybe not for video editing though. i don't know what kind of workload you edit, so only upgrade if it's frustrating to compile/render. if you're willing to spend the money you can get an x570 motherboard and slot an AMD 2600 or 3600 in it until you can afford a better 3000 or 5000 series. or hold off even longer and save up for the next AMD generation. (it just keeps getting better)
  4. My 3080 Ti is run off of a 750w (Corsair SF750) I'd bet your 3070 ti would be fine on a 750W too, even though your CPU is power power hungry than my 5600X.
  5. they won't care. just box it back up, bring the receipt back, and ask for a replacement. tell them you updated the BIOS and still haven't had any luck. or you can tell them it was DOA, and ask if they can test it. if they refuse to test it, ask for a refund or replacement.
  6. if you updated it in june you went to F34, anything past F30 should support that CPU. maybe try to return the CPU and get a replacement?
  7. did the BIOS update notes list "added support for 5000 series" ? if not update the BIOS again. read the patch notes.
  8. This! there is an old saying that goes "if it isn't broke, don't fix it!" especially if you haven't updated firmwares before. read the patch notes. if they apply to you, then update. if the patch notes don't fix an issue that you have, leave it be.
  9. I use the 5600X with the stealth cooler and at idle it's cool(60ish), but under load it reaches 85C+ I run a SFF, so case fans don't apply to me. what are your temps at idle? 80C? Thermal paste does go bad after a while even if it's been in a tube, the seal isn't perfect. how old is the paste? if it's a few years i would get new paste. eiher way, if it's not over 90C+ you're fine. it's not going to hurt the CPU, just maybe begin to thermal throttle. if you're worried about it, get a better CPU cooler.
  10. it's been that way for decades now. plus, the centered taskbar is a massive turn off for me. and it's a mostly cosmetic upgrade. so i'm think it's going to be like Vista or 8.
  11. seabrent rockets seem pretty good, or so i hear.
  12. every other version of windows sucks. just use windows 10 until 12 comes out.
  13. if money isn't an issue get max Capacity, at the highest speed, with as many sticks as you can. if money is an issue just get two higher speed sticks in the capacity you want.
  14. DSP - OEM : OEM versions of Windows are identical to Full License Retail versions except for the following: - OEM versions do not offer any free Microsoft direct support from Microsoft support personnel - OEM licenses are tied to the very first computer you install and activate it on - OEM versions allow all hardware upgrades except for an upgrade to a different model motherboard - OEM versions cannot be used to directly upgrade from an older Windows operating system
  15. https://download.asrock.com/Manual/Z490 Steel Legend.pdf read page 32. those lights show red if you have a CPU, RAM, VGA, or Disk fault. The lights are Item 16 on page 13. you need to look on the board to figure out which. you need a TPM to run windows 11, while your board support it, you may need to get one. see SPI_TPM in the manual. if you're not super techie don't run Win11 it's not at full release yet. going back to win10 probably won't fix your issue, unless it's a disk issue where it can't find an OS on the disk, which would be caused by a bad install
  16. security is the inhibitor of ability. Blocking all incoming domain connections means traffic will not make it to your computer if it's coming from within your domain.
  17. clear your CMOS. reinstall win10. what is your motherboard model? some have LEDs for trouble shootings.
  18. you can check Asus's support page for the BIOS https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards-Components/Motherboards/All-series/TUF-GAMING-B550-PLUS-WI-FI/HelpDesk_BIOS/ see all downloads use version 2403
  19. make sure both displays are plugged into the same GPU. honestly, it probably won't be that great with a 2 monitor setup because you're going to have a bezel in the middle of your FOV. I tried NVSurround with my three 3440*1440 displays and the support is terrible, and the desktop experience is made worse. it's not super great IMO, and you aren't missing anything.
  20. are you looking to know at what depth the switch gives tactile feedback? in the form of resistance, pass-bump, or bottoming out? what do YOU like to feel most? laptops, for example, are all bottom-out, with no good resistance or pass-bump. (pass bump is what I call it when a key gives you that affirmative feedback that it's pressed, without being totally bottomed out.)
  21. very similar in terms of depress length, maybe. in terms of spongey feeling, no. no mechanical board regardless of height, could possibly be as spongey as laptop membranes.
  22. Yeah, the other guy in this thread has you covered. follow that video and let us know how it goes.
  23. "great typing experience" is pretty subjective. with tall key caps i tend to fat finger more often than i do with low profile or membrane keyboards. your mileage may vary.
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