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About SirWendall

  • Title
    GTX 970 Alumni Club
  • Birthday Apr 19, 1996

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Planet Earth
  • Gender
  • Interests
    PC Gaming, PC Building
  • Occupation
    Shift Manager


  • CPU
    Ryzen 3600x
  • Motherboard
    ASUS TUF (Wi-Fi) x570
  • RAM
    32 GB G.Skill Ripjaws @ 3600MHz
  • GPU
    Zotac RTX 2080 Super
  • Case
    Dimastech TestBench V3.0
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 / Crucial 500GB SSD / 2TB Seagate Barracuda / 1TB WD Blue HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA NEX750B
  • Display(s)
    HP OMEN x27
  • Cooling
    DEEPCOOL Castle 360EX
  • Keyboard
    GK61 (Custom) w/ Halo True switches
  • Mouse
    Cooler Master MM711
  • Sound
    Sennheiser PC37X
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Really liking this 1440p setup I got going 👌

  2. PSU wouldn't be a bad idea. As far as CPU, I think they are announcing that sometime in October. I can't exactly remember what Jayz video it was.
  3. Only 2080ti I seen below $1000 were the ones on EVGA's B-Stock page
  4. I know last week I had my x570 mobo do some strange stuff on the latest BIOS. Reverted back to the old one and it solved all my issues.
  5. Figured out my rig! Just rolled back to a previous BIOS and now I'm not getting weird boot issues! :D

    1. Grumpy Old Man

      Grumpy Old Man

      Make a hard reset !!!





    2. SirWendall


      It's running and holding an overclock now :P

  6. Still won't post doing that. I can't save any changes to the BIOS. I can only go to boot priority and force it to boot from there.
  7. Well now everything is stock, but it won't boot properly without me manually going in and booting it.
  8. Here's the thing. I'm on it now, but the only reason I got it past post was cause I went to boot priorities and launched it from there. If I go to save settings, exit BIOS, then try to post, it won't do it.
  9. I'm running the ASUS x570 "TUF" (Wi-Fi) Motherboard. Here's the issue: So I'm having a really strange issue with my setup. My PC was working fine with the latest BIOS, overclock, etc. Now this morning I go to turn it on and it boots for a split second then powers off. Well, I changed the PSU, didn't solve it. Changed RAM, didn't solve it. Changed RAM channels then booted, didn't post. Now I put back my new RAM sticks from before in, mind you EVERYTHING is stock now, go to boot priorities, boot from SSD, and now I'm here on my PC. Clearing CMOS was the only thing making it boot to B
  10. My very first rig had a FX-6300 paired with a GTX 660Ti. Eventually got a GTX 970 later and overclocked my 6300 to 4.6GHz stable
  11. I know the feeling! I'm actually liking my Ryzen build so far. Just waiting for 4XXX series CPUs to drop, so I can put it in and test.
  12. You can but make sure it boots into the right drive. Then you can wipe the old OS drive and use it for something else. I personally would take it out, boot it, and make sure it posts correctly.
  13. I would hold on. I pretty much have the same rig as you too. I had a 6700k @ 4.7GHz paired with a GTX 1070 and it was fine for me. I just wanted to dive into Ryzen recently, so my Intel rig is in another room for now. My 6700k ran well with my 1070 and my 2080 super. I'd save and be patient don't be like me.
  14. I hope you get it sorted! I've had my fair share of PC parts just quitting