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TrigrH

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  1. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08XN26DRZ/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_6?smid=A1EA54VWB150Z7&psc=1
  2. This is bullshit, originally I was 100% okay with AMD not having ryzen 5000 support.... Then we all found out THEY USE THE SAME IO DIE as ryzen 3000. There is no reason why AIB's shouldn't have the OPTION to add support.
  3. It does not provided you set 3.0 mode in the bios first. The cables your after do exist: https://linkup.one/pcie-4-0-riser-cables-ultra/?sort=pricedesc ask them where to buy, not sure if the long ones are in stock. DO NOT DAISY CHAIN.
  4. My money is on your Killer™ E2200 network drivers being out of date. The old killer drivers leaked all traffic into your ram filling it up.
  5. Extended this display in windows, is that what you want?
  6. remove the bios battery to reset the bios.
  7. i'm 90% confident your motherboard doesn't like your ram for some reason. Its just super strange as ive never seen a kit fail at 2133. If you get the same issues with your new kit of ram, the motherboard is defective.
  8. You might as well, 16gb of ram is better than 8. Clearly with the spec of this system your ram is temporary. 2133mhz is crippling on any modern system.
  9. Are you installing the latest version of windows 10? With both sticks installed in single channel mode (next to each other) does it still crash? If you are on ryzen 5000 there is no harm in using the latest beta bios.
  10. Does it matter? You asked for mobile GPUs at desktop 980 level, thats your (slightly above) list.
  11. sounds like his XMP is not stable, with default bios settings does it still happen?
  12. Finally the last Major vendor to add Resize Bar support to 8th/9th generation Intel. As of yesterday Asus has started to roll out these updates to their maximum lineup with plans to have wider support by may. https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/asus-to-release-resizable-bar-update-for-z370-and-z390-motherboards-ealy-may.html About time asus, about time. Source https://rog.asus.com/au/motherboards/rog-maximus/rog-maximus-x-apex-model/helpdesk_bios
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