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RyzenDoctor

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    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3950x
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus x570 Pro Wifi
  • RAM
    32 GB of G Skill Flare X - Samsung B die 3200 MHz cl14
  • GPU
    Gigabyte 2070 super
  • Case
    NZXT S340
  • Storage
    Micro centers NVME M.2 1tb PCIE 4x4
    Samsung NVME M.2 960 EVO 250 gb, and WD Blue SSD 500gb and 1tb
  • PSU
    Corsair RMX750
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2718Q, Some Acer predator 27inch 1440p IPS display with Gsync
  • Cooling
    RIP my x52 kraken, welcome to my Noctua beast of an air cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 Brown
  • Mouse
    Corsair Glaive RGB
  • Sound
    on board =(
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Asus Zephyrus G14
  • Phone
    iPhone

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  1. So a dear friend of mine bought a Newegg prebuilt which came with a Gigabyte DS3H B450 motherboard which only has a single 12 volt RGB header. The case is a Rosewill S500 with an integrated controller (see picture) which drives the Rosewill RGB fans from an LED button. The builders opted for a ThermalTake UX100 which comes with what I assume are Digital RGB pins (a "D" and a Ground - Diagram for normal hookup also attached). I cannot find any information online regarding the pinout of this Rosewill RGB & Fan controller. The pins from left to right go 12V G 5V "0" G. Given that the controll
  2. More people play CSGO. It is more recognizable, and given the pro csgo circuit is still alive and well, it makes more sense to post CSGO number
  3. So, I moved my 3950x build (32 gb 3200 MT/s ram, GB Aorus x570 pro wifi, and 2070 super) from my old case to a Lancool II mesh performance edition. The case has a fan controller built in that allows LOW-MED-HIGH-Auto controls. I've noticed that when booting with it in Auto mode the machine would hang. Through some troubleshooting I found that the culprit was a WD 500 GB SSD; which in retrospect was connected to the same power source along with another SSD. I redid the wiring, and replaced the SATA cable thinking maybe that was at fault... it didnt work. I then proceeded to take the SSD out and
  4. Background: people that bought Gsync monitors to work with their nvidia cards (before nvidia supported VRR open standards) and want to try an AMD card for 1440p high refresh gaming. Concern: how bad would screen tearing be at high refresh rates? Below which FPS would it be a discernible issue?
  5. I wouldn't say that... on this forum XD https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3618-nvidia-rtx-3080-founders-edition-review-benchmarks Steve from GN shows that in a lot of games, the performance uplift at 1080p is not much higher than a 2080ti. The difference increases at 1440 and 4k denoting a cpu bottleneck.
  6. I own a CP UPS. The ones you listed also suffer from being simulated sine-wave. For the TV and Playstation, theyll be fine. For a PC itll depend on your PSU
  7. I forgot how to do that, and I was sleepy... hence the screenshot
  8. As long as you're not playing at 1080p you should be fine
  9. What resolution are you targeting and at what FPS? for 1080p extremely high refresh rates, Intel beats Ryzen by a small margin. at 1440p or 2160p they're equal. If it was my money: This is around $1200 without the GPU, so you should be able to fit the 3080 in there
  10. APC usually makes decent UPS devices. However, these two are two of the cheaper models out there and they utilize a stepped approximation to a sine wave rather than pulse wave modulation which may or may not play nicely with your power supply. Most other devices dont seem to care much. https://blog.tripplite.com/pure-sine-wave-vs-modified-sine-wave-explained#:~:text=In regard to output waveform,modulated (PWM) sine wave. EDIT: https://excessups.com/blog/technical/pfc-power-supply/ Active PFC (Power Factor Correcting) in high end
  11. Can you provide full system specs, and a video of what is actually happening
  12. A scalper is selling you an overpriced card... A crook or scammer sells you an empty box In the end, they're both horrible human beings
  13. For the best answers as Kanna said, we need: 1- Full system specifications 2- Driver versions 3- Thermal information; this can be obtained through MSI Afterburner
  14. Supposedly Bestbuy bought most of the FE stock... Also somehow Ebay has a number of listings with insane prices, I'm not sure if those are scalpers or crooks.
  15. Agreed with the above. However, If you're happy with what you have, you do not "need" to upgrade. The itch may be strong though, I know mine is
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