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Mahmudul Hasan

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  1. Actually I am a casual gamer playing games at a FHD resoluton of 1080p and playing at 60-75 Hertz. Nowadays, manufacturers operating a very fast moving product manufacturing techniques resulting a very short product lifetime. But that is the case for the people who try to go with the manufacturers head to head for new features I mean following the trends. But for the casual users/gamers the product lifetime is still enough to use a product for a few years if there is no hardware problems. As the 5000 series is new, it may take a few years to be useless for 3000 series for casual gamers. What d
  2. Okay. If I wish to swap the processor and mainboard, would it not be a good combination of B450 board and Ryzen 5 3600 to run the RAM in 3200 XMP mode smoothly without having any issues?
  3. Ohh. I heared Ryzen 7 1st and 2nd gen CPUs are the ones which don't work well with XMP type RAMs and 3rd gen is much more stable with XMP. I thought the motherboard supports up to 4000Mhz RAM frequency. You mean if I switch to B450 and Ryzen 5 3600 from my existing build, the same XMP issue would exist?
  4. Hi, My existing processor, motherboard and GPU are AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, Gigabyte X470 AORUS GAMING 5 WIFI and Nvidia GTX 970 respectively. My PSU is Thermaltake SMART RGB 500W. Recently I bought a G.SKILL Trident Z DDR4 3200 C16 1x16GB XMP enabled OC RAM for better experience in gaming. The issue is when I enable XMP profile 1 on my BIOS and boot to the windows and launch Mafia Definitive Edition, it suddenly crashes and sometimes it ends up causing a BSOD error. But if I don't enable the XMP profile on BIOS, my newly aquired RAM runs only at a lower speed as 2133Mhz. And the PC run
  5. Okay. Sorry for that. Next time I'll remember that.
  6. I see. Can you please help me with where can I configure this setting and how to do it?
  7. I have the same issue with my current G. Skill Trident Z 3200 Mhz 16 GB single stick RAM. What can I do to resolve this issue?
  8. Yeah. I don't intend for 240Hz gaming as it seems good for me at the current quality of gaming my PC provides. Just I need to make sure I can normally play new games for PC for next few years with my existing 2700X Processor. Upgrading Processor with the manufacturer new releases is a pain in the ass lol.
  9. Hi, I need suggestions from the experts about my existing CPU/Processor and Motherboard. Since it is a trouble switching Hardware components in a need to upgrade, I am willing not to switch my CPU & Mainboard just because the manufacturer released a new CPU or Mainboard. Currently I am using Ryzen 7 2700X processor and Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 5 Wifi motherboard. I am a multitasker as well as a non-professional gamer. I don't use consoles to play games. For gaming, I use my desktop PC. As my monitor is only capable to play games on a resolution of Full HD as it is a VA2219-sh 22”
  10. Hi, I'm using a Gigabyte Gaming 7 470x main board. I recently got it. But the issue is I cannot auto boot directly to my hard drive. I only can access to my Hard drive if I go to Boot Menu by pressing F12 while starting the PC then I need to select the empty slot over my hard drive boot. This is making me upset. An attachment is given below for your convenience. Can you help please? Thanks.
  11. Thanks for the responses. I wanted to know that exactly.
  12. Hi. I want a suggestion about these two processors. Which one is better between i5-7400 and i5-6500. Thanks.
  13. Yeah I have a stock cooler installed over my CPU. So, I discovered that my old case got some tiny holes I mean maybe more than 40 tiny holes on it's side cover which is above the CPU position and I think the stock CPU cooler pulls air and blows the heat from the processor. And the hot airs just get out through the tiny holes outside the case. Maybe that's why my old case's side panel doesn't get that much heat. But the newer case got no holes on it's side panel. Maybe that's why the hot airs doesn't get out from the case. What do you think?