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  1. Huh, I guess I didn't do that. I'm lazy, so I won't, I'd rather just go ahead and overclock since that worked before, but if the same issue or any other arises again, I'll just try that.
  2. Yeah, that's why I pointed it to my motherboard, as I doubt too much testing has realistically being done on x370 boards paired with the 3600X. Like I said, overclocking appears to fix the issue for whatever reason lol
  3. I just updated it last week. It happened before and after it.
  4. So I have a 3600X, I used to have a 1500X, and so of course I just re-used my old motherboard. I have this little issue that I'm pretty sure I've accidentally solved, but I'm just looking for ideas as to why it happens. My current motherboard is a AsRock X370 Killer Sli/ac. So the highest stable overclock I'm able to achieve on my CPU is 4.375 Ghz, but this naturally comes at the cost of my cooler (120m rad AIO) running hotter, and thus louder. I wanted to have a slightly more quiet computer so I figured for the time being, I'd just revert to the stock clock. I did that, and the next time I bo
  5. Just did that, so far, no issues. The weird thing is that I was using the Auto settings, so.... I just set my speed manually to something pretty low, just playing it safe.
  6. So, I built my computer roughly 2 years ago, but during that time, occasionally, my computer mouse, or really in general, peripherals in general will occasionally will suddenly be disconnected from my PC, and no power would be getting to said peripheral. As of recent, the PC has been suddenly freezing up weirdly. At first, it wasn't much of an issue, but now, its really starting to effect me when I'm in the middle of a game. My PC Specs : Ryzen 1500x (No OCing, just playing it safe rn) AsRock KILLER 370x sli/ac 2 8GB Sticks of 2999 Vengeance RAM. M.2 Drive (I re
  7. But also, what would I know? I own a V20, so... TN panel I believe. I only know that they make good TV's, and that they've added the technology to their phones.
  8. LG Can. Just Google. (Look at their TV's, they're hella' good.)
  9. Here's another good 1060 6GB Model, a little pricer I believe, but, it might suit your style of your build better, its honestly personal preference. https://www.amazon.com/ZOTAC-GeForce-ZT-P10600B-10M-Compact-Graphics/dp/B01I5O5AP2/ref=pd_sim_147_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01I5O5AP2&pd_rd_r=XTEQ8WYACKZSQSG9VAZF&pd_rd_w=kuK3h&pd_rd_wg=iUsTz&psc=1&refRID=XTEQ8WYACKZSQSG9VAZF
  10. 6GB has a little better performance, since Nvidia sorta put less Cuda Cores on the 3GB models, and have 6GB will help for big games, such as PUBG. (I know that it will also help for future-proofing.)
  11. The only difference is : 1600X doesn't have stock cooler, and its clocked higher stock, which the 1600 can be overclocked to said higher clock and it cost more, which is sorta ironic.
  12. 1060 Prices have been going down, so It also might be better just to wait another month or two.
  13. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IPVSGEC/?tag=pcpapi-20 Should be in-stock soon as well
  14. Go for a Ryzen 5 1600, and get a 6GB version of the 1060. 1600X = Overclocked, and Overpriced 1600..
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