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    i5 4460
  • Motherboard
    MSI h97 gaming 3
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    16gb ddr3
  • GPU
    Asus strix 960 - 2gb
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    Cooler Master 690 III
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    120gb samsung 840 + 1tb WD Black

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  1. How much is a 5700xt actually worth? people on ebay are selling it for 700-1000 dollars it's STOOPID If it's really worth that much I want to sell mine etheruem mining with this card is insanely good though. at today's etheruem price you can make 240 dollars a month if I remember correctly. at 52 mh/s
  2. 240hz to 360 is noticable. I would guess our eyes are at least 400hz
  3. Well I don't know if I can directly help you, But I can tell you my situation and maybe it's helpful. I have a Ryzen 5 3600 b450 tomahawk max, 16gb ddr4 rx 5700xt 730watt thermaltake smart se that I bought in 2014. it's bronze rated and it was very cheap at the time. every since I upgraded from my old gtx 960 i5 system i got random shutdowns, freezes, choppy gameplay, all sorts of problems. my pc crashes 3 - 5 times a day. I've been living this sad life for 7 months now. and finally I bought a new power supply. I bought a platinum 860w fractal design. it's gonna take a
  4. Great information. Very helpful. I now know that this power supply is bad and I should have bought it but I've used it for 7 years now lol. I love the PSU Tier list 3.0 the old one. Very helpful!
  5. Hmm. great point about ultra settings. I wonder why they do that? Is that like a trend with games? Sounds stupid
  6. Dude decreasing the voltages helped a lot I've been testing for 2 hours now with lower voltages and so far much better results. I'm gonna update you
  7. I'm sorry guys but, I'm bad at memory overclocking. I just try to follow what people recommend.
  8. Thank you all so much for the help. Should I start with a higher voltage right off the bat, like maybe SOC 1.1v Dram 1.45v VDDG CCD/IOD at 1.05 so that I can get the most stability and reduce them later on when I get a half way decent overclock? I tried it, it worked at 3200 pretty fine, but even at 3266 it was much less stable, I put it back to 3200 then I reduced TCL to 14 and it also worked, but also much less stable. I know because every time I put a not so stable ram overclock I can hear the memory errors when I listen to music while gaming I can immediately tell. I have th
  9. I bought the expensive ram because it's higher quality and it's supposed to have tighter timings at the suitable ryzen ram ckockspeed of 3200-3800mhz Hmm. Please tell me more, about MCLK. I found a setting that said 1:1 or 1:2 with memclk but I couldn't find MCLK itself. What is MCLK Is it the same as the main frequency? I posted images of my settings
  10. Basically I was trying to overclock my ram right, hoping I can get 3800mhz with fclk 1900mhz but that's ambitious. Pc doesn't even post at 3600mhz fclk 1800 at all. It posts at higher dram frequency like 1800 but without the fclk at anymore than 1733. I'm running it at 2666mhz which is the default I also have the loose default timings that I'll provide a screenshot of everything set in the bios. TLDR I have the cpu at stock everything. I tried increasing the soc voltage to 1.12v and the dram to 1.45v and the vddg ccd/iod voltages both at 1.05v but still I can't get an fclk to run at