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.Apex.

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  1. If you set i = 1 it would start at the bottom left corner, though it seems like the algorithm would only reach half way caused by another fault in the code, it never reaches the opposite corner, I suggest you use the np.diagonal function instead
  2. Stock shortages caused the prices to sky rocket, lots of PC components at the moment are overpriced, don't buy anything above MSRP. MSRP for 3400G is 150$
  3. You didn't specify the memory model, but either way you shouldn't usually mix and match RAM especially if you care about performance, but if it's low speed like 2133/2400Mhz then it should be okay as it can rely on JEDEC instead of XMP.
  4. I think you are required to install DCH drivers for Windows 1803 and up, you need to download the DCH version of that driver.
  5. ah you're right, X370 boards specifically mention the support for SLI as well as Crossfire, but B350 only supports Crossfire
  6. This is from the manual, it says it supports x8 and it also supports CrossFire
  7. Even though officially B350 doesn't support SLI, but this Motherboard has 2 PCIe lanes that come from the CPU which means it should support SLI, unless it's artificially locked from the BIOS to prevent that.
  8. Can't hear anything that stands out other than that high pitched noise which I'm unsure of what it is but it doesn't sound like anything is wrong. You are probably being picky, all components will emit a noise and the more silent you make your PC from a fan noise standpoint, the more pronounced that electrical noise becomes.
  9. For the opposite direction you need to do import numpy as np matrix = [row.split(" ") for row in a.split("\n")[1:]] lrmatrix = np.fliplr(matrix) for i in range(-19, 19+1): print(np.diagonal(lrmatrix, offset=i))
  10. Well then it's working as intended but it's not getting all of them because you've specified i=4
  11. a = """ 08 02 22 97 38 15 00 40 00 75 04 05 07 78 52 12 50 77 91 08 49 49 99 40 17 81 18 57 60 87 17 40 98 43 69 48 04 56 62 00 81 49 31 73 55 79 14 29 93 71 40 67 53 88 30 03 49 13 36 65 52 70 95 23 04 60 11 42 69 24 68 56 01 32 56 71 37 02 36 91 22 31 16 71 51 67 63 89 41 92 36 54 22 40 40 28 66 33 13 80 24 47 32 60 99 03 45 02 44 75 33 53 78 36 84 20 35 17 12 50 32 98 81 28 64 23 67 10 26 38 40 67 59 54 70 66 18 38 64 70 67 26 20 68 02 62 12 20 95 63 94 39 63 08 40 91 66 49 94 21 24 55 58 05 66 73 99 26 97 17 78 78 96 83 14 88 34 89 63 72 21 36 23 09 75 00 76 44 20 45 35 14 00 61 33 97 34 3
  12. [['04', '69', '35', '71'], ['88', '42', '36', '29', '83'], ['04', '36', '16', '41', '78', '51'], ['19', '52', '68', '73', '72', '31', '54'], ['86', '80', '08', '87', '38', '30', '90', '69'], ['16', '56', '81', '83', '57', '25', '23', '01', '16'], ['78', '39', '00', '68', '97', '62', '39', '88', '74', '92'], ['21', '17', '05', '48', '05', '35', '20', '11', '34', '31', '33'], ['24', '36', '53', '42', '35', '94', '99', '72', '24', '62', '49', '48'], ['67', '55', '23', '28', '96', '71', '47', '16', '03', '94', '99', '71', '61'], ['32', '26', '58', '09', '22', '35', '89', '69', '07', '46', '72', '6
  13. Can you post the entire code? there are a lot of variables missing so I'm unsure of what it's supposed to be doing
  14. Yes you can use "continue" inside the except block, but it isn't recommended if you're doing so to ignore errors, only if you expect a type of error to occur then you should specify which error to catch, though you can still do a continue statement without that if you want. for f in range(i-1): try: dList1[h].append(columnLists[f][20-i+f]) except: continue Continue statements can only be valid if the "try" is inside a loop, which this one is, so it works
  15. Except block is missing, the boolean value should be capitalized as True, and if this is your entire code then the variables (state, i, dList1, columnList, h) all need to be defined The code inside Try is already indented, he is just missing the Except and it thinks that the if statement should be intended when it doesn't have to be because it's continuing processing code in the same indentation as the Try.
  16. It is not worth it to overclock the FX CPUs, I suggest you do not and save your money for other upgrades, they run extremely hot while overclocked and the performance you get from that is abysmal
  17. Have you had the AM3+ platform for a while or was it newly purchased? if you've bought all of it as a system then you could've just as easily went for a 1st Gen or 2nd Gen Ryzen for a very similar price while being so much faster, the FX CPUs are awful and you definitely overpaid for 100$.
  18. I wonder how much he paid for it, the prices I'm seeing on eBay are unreasonable averaging for 150$, that CPU is definitely not worth anywhere near that value.
  19. Yes the Hyper 212 would be enough, but why order an FX 8370 in these days? there are similarly priced Ryzen CPUs that are much faster
  20. NVIDIA honestly invalidated their own 3070 by releasing their 3060 Ti, I would guess that they would release a 3070 Ti sometime soon for that reason, so far the only decently priced GPUs for their performance tier to buy are the 3060 Ti and 3080
  21. Fake image, the 3800X doesn't look like this A reference of the 3700X:
  22. The Ryzen 1600 AF model has AF in the part number, and it's actually a Ryzen 2600 under the hood, they've refreshed it some years ago, very confusing to the consumer.
  23. Hmm strange, maybe it's the AF model of the 1600 which is based on 2nd Gen, but either way I'd still recommend to turn off XMP/DOCP to see if that fixes it, I still wouldn't recommend running 3200Mhz on 2nd Gen either as that has been problematic for some, if disabling XMP fixes it then check if it's the AF model on the box and if it is, then lower the RAM frequency manually to 3000Mhz, and if it's not then lower it to 2933Mhz.
  24. Is XMP/DOCP enabled in BIOS? and is the RAM running at 3200Mhz? if so then that might be the cause of your frequent crashes, 1st Gen Ryzen doesn't do well with Memory frequencies above 2933Mhz.
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