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About Axeonelite

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    United States
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    512GB NVMe SSD
  • Display(s)
    LG 29" Ultra wide 2560 x 1080
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2014
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    Logitech G602
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    Bose Companion
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bit
  • Laptop
    Razer Blade 15 Advanced Mid-2019

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  1. I agree with @CommanderAlexbut I will say if you do end up repasting go big or go home with some liquid metal! My Razer Blade 15 went down 20 Degrees Celsius without any other updates.
  2. https://youtu.be/a8yw0Oo17A8 Finally was able to get a video. Just for reference. From what I can tell seeing other people online this definitely isn't normal considering how fast the console is supposed to be. And it fixes upon restart like I said. We'll see what happens in the weeks to come with more updates.
  3. I couldn't find this issue from any of my googling but maybe someone else will have an idea. Unfortunately I did not record a video of it but I will try to next time it happens. I had left my PS5 on while it copied the Spider-Man Miles Morales data to the internal drive. I went outside to do a few chores and came in about an hour or so later and the console had put itself into rest mode. upon waking the console the menu was SUPER delayed and sluggish. Like the console really had to think about what it was doing. I had no internet connected to the console so it was not trying to do
  4. Depends. Did it give any signs of malfunctioning before it died out? If it was a lightning storm or something else that can affect your components regardless of the quality of your components thats one thing. But if you've installed a new power supply and it works fine then you probably have nothing to worry about. If it had shorted any parts or ruined them due to a surge you would've already seen the affects. If you have done any benchmarking previously you could always re-benchmark it and compare results.
  5. I enjoy my 240hz 1080p on my laptop but that was the only model available with the config I wanted. If you don't have to pay for it don't. Most things you run wont get close to that even esports titles. **EDIT** Also just to clarify that means I am agreeing with the other posts. Get a better resolution and a high refresh rate. 1440p 144hz
  6. I can not speak on behalf of custom loops so if you have a reference in mind maybe you can draw a conclusion based on my experience. Running a Noctua NHD-15 on a 6700k with a CHEAP Insignia thermal paste, I was still able to achieve a mild overclock and get quiter performance under load while rendering 1080p Premiere Pro videos and Gaming (at the time a EVGA 1070) than compared to the AIO's I tried at the time, mainly the offerings from corsair during the late lifetime of the 6700k
  7. I am a novice in the undervolting and underclocking space so I may not be of much help, but my question to you is why do you want to undervolt/underclock? With your statement of parts I assume you are on a desktop not a laptop. The general idea behind undervolting is to reduce temperatures. In a laptop this can be a big deal and I know it was for me in my Razer Blade mid-2019. Running at 95 degrees all the time is not ideal, but in a desktop this shouldn't be a big concern. If you have a 1080 and are use to a certain degree of performance, undervolting (while not always) can see n
  8. As per the PC part picker suggestions did you ensure that you have the correct power going to your CPU? I personally can not think of a situation like your except for when I did not have enough power in my parts.
  9. I think my comment was the nice way of wording it. Please don't confuse me, I am aware this is a lot of gatekeeping in this community and I do not wish to be a part of it. I apologize profusely if my comment was taken that way. But he did specifically ask " DO you think you could find X part for me" That was not asking for a recommendation that was asking us to do the work for him which would not educate but indulge. Again sorry if I was mistaken in this manor and I will avoid posting in this topic again if I am causing trouble.
  10. lol no tip required. PM me that way we aren't bumping old threads if you need any more help. I will try my best.
  11. I would advise again'st asking people to do stuff for you. If you asked for suggestions you may get a better result then requesting people do work on your behalf. BUT here is ONE . NOW know this. I am NOT recommending this PSU or saying anything about its quality or performance but in this market is is hard to find hardware.
  12. "The Asus PRIME X570-P ATX AM4 Motherboard has an additional 4-pin ATX power connector but the Rosewill 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply does not. This connector is used to supply additional 12V current to the motherboard. While the system will likely still run without it, higher current demands such as extreme overclocking or large video card current draws may require it." Direcltly from your PC Part Picker list compatibility errors. Is this an issue? Is your ram in your bios set to the proper speed? Are you running in the proper dual channel setup with yo
  13. I am no longer going to reply to your information as I don't agree. As far as OP post's you'll do fine in the OC space. You're in a good mindset to learn. Get yourself a better PSU yes and then try to learn the fundementals. This is not an OC dedicated forum but you can find some good information here. Try to go to dedicated spaces for your CPU to get the groundwork to see how it can affect specific components, but really be focuses on learning the fundamentals. Unfortunately I can not advise on that too much as I am not an expert but I wish the the best in your OC journey and wi
  14. This is simply a false statement. I would suggest you not fill his head with such BS. I have seen first hand from experience and various youtube videos if you are gaming even older i3's and i5's can still tread water. Maybe not the best experience but they are certainly not outdated and obsolete by any means. Please don't encourage the toxic upgrade cycle so prevalent in the hardware space. His processor will handle it fine. at this point you're more in the GPU bottleneck space but even then don't worry about that. If you're playing league and likewise games hell even valorant has been shown