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Doc_Doodle

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  1. Hey guys, My brother's pc randomly froze up on the desktop so I pulled the plug, when i rebooted it (had to do some under desk cable management anyways, so it was unplugged for about 5 minutes) it gave me a black screen with error message that windows could not be found on his boot drive. So I got my windows USB and tried to boot from that, but after I selected the USB as the boot drive, it shows the windows logo with the start spinner and after about 5 seconds it goes to the usual blue/purple screen, yet it doesn't give the window to choose whether you want to recover, reset, etc.
  2. Hello, I recently bought some asus aura sync compatible RGB strips and wanted to change things up so i downloaded the asus armoury crate utility and tried to configure my RGB. I've run into a little issue though, I want my RGB to flash on the beat of my music (which is easy enough), but only in 1 color (which I can select manually). Does anyone know how to do this?
  3. Hey guys, I've been thinking about buying a Sennheiser HD600 or HD650 (not cute sure which one) for music listening and occasionally gaming (though i usually use speakers for that). I know it has a high impedence (300 ohm), and that it needs extra power to sound as it's supposed to. Will my old sony STR-DE205 be able to power it or not? It has a 40 watt per channel power output at 4 Ohm. This would obviously destroy any headphone, and it's not made for that. But does anybody know if the front 6.3mm jack will provide sufficiënt power to drive those headphones?
  4. sorry for the late reaction, no there are no real artifacts in the pictures. It does create a lot of ISO like noise. It just does whatever it feels like, that's my problem. I take care to take a nicely exposed picture, and all of a sudden the viewer makes it lighter or darker. To edit i use canon digital photo professional 4 which is provided to every canon owner for free. In that program the pictures are totally fine.
  5. Hello, Since about half a year I've been having problems with windows photos (windows 10 built in photo viewer). It changes the exposure of my RAW photos, sometimes it makes it brighter and sometimes darker. It also creates quite a bit of noise, as if I shot at a very high ISO. Does anyone know how this can be fixed? It's pretty annoying to have to open op a photo editor program just to view my photos.
  6. Updated motherboard bios and chipset drivers and now it's fixed. I realised I had another problem with the DOCP, it made my audio stutter terribly. When searching for a fix for that, somebody said that installing a new motherboard bios and chipset driver fixed that issue. And in doing so, it also fixed my slowdown problems with DOCP.
  7. Tried this a while ago. As I expected, manually putting in every setting from D.O.C.P does not make any difference.
  8. Hey guys, I upgraded my pc a few months ago, I bought a ryzen 5 3600, X470 prime and 16gb 3200Mhz crucial balistics. Out of the box the ram runs on 2400MHz, which gives me a cinebench R20 score of about 3500. There is a problem with this. When I enable D.O.C.P and force it to run at 3200MHz, it tanks my performance: slow boot times, sluggisch webbrowsing and R20 score drops to below 2000 points. Does anybody know what the problem is and how I can fix it? Thanks in advance.
  9. Hey guys, I recently bought myself a more recent canon DSLR, since I started missing the video option on my old 1000d and i found the 7,8Mp a bit lacking. At first I couldn't open the RAW files from the new device at all, this was easily fixed by downloading a software patch for windows photos. I've run into a problem however, windows photos massively overexposes every RAW photo I view with it. It doesn't edit the photo itself, but it prevents me from looking at them on a later date, since the quality is just terrible. Does anyone know how I can fix this?
  10. Hello guys, I've run into a problem. I recently upgraded my pc from my old i7 4770 to a ryzen 5 3600 with 16gb ddr4 3200MHz CL16 on an asus prime x470-pro updated to bios version 4804. However, the RAM runs at a stock speed of 2400MHz, so I turned on DOCP which forces it into 3200MHz mode. The thing is, my cinebench R20 score went from a solid 3700 to barely 2200 and my pc feels very sluggish, even slower than with my old i7. Somebody said i should manually apply the settings the DOCP profile changed itself, this made it somewhat better, the cinebench score was
  11. wait, BLCK is base line overclocking right? ryzen 3000 doesn't go a long way in overclocking, wouldn't that screw up my cpu? And I can recall AMD stating that the infinity fabric on Zen2 would auto overclock to match te ram speed up to 4000MHz.
  12. any idea where i can change that? I can't recall seing something called FCLK in the changes page when saving
  13. Hello guys, I've run into a problem. I recently upgraded my pc from my old i7 4770 to a ryzen 5 3600 with 16gb ddr4 3200MHz CL16 on an asus prime x470-pro updated to bios version 4804. However, the RAM runs at a stock speed of 2400MHz, so I turned on DOCP which forces it into 3200MHz mode. The thing is, my cinebench R20 score went from a solid 3700 to barely 2200 and my pc feels very sluggish, even slower than with my old i7. Somebody said i should manually apply the settings the DOCP profile changed itself, this made it somewhat better, the cinebench score was
  14. yes, i updated it to version 4804, the latest one which said it had a compatibility patch for ryzen 3000.
  15. Hello guys, I've run into a problem. I recently upgraded my pc from my old i7 4770 to a shiny new ryzen 5 3600 with 16gb ddr4 3200MHz CL16. However, it runs at a stock speed of 2400MHz, so I turned on DOCP which forces it into 3200MHz mode. The thing is, my cinebench R20 score went from a nice 3700 to barely 2200 and my pc feels very sluggish, even slower than with my old i7. Somebody said i should manually apply the settings the DOCP profile changed itself, this made it somewhat better, the cinebench score was about 2700 (don't ask me why, i have no clue).
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