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91Sputnik

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About 91Sputnik

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 5600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI X570 Pro
  • RAM
    4x 8gb Patriot Viper Steel 3600Mhz 14-14-14-34
  • GPU
    RTX 2070
  • Storage
    1tb WD Blue NVME, 8tb WD Ultrastar
  1. I'm currently looking for a smaller laptop (less than 15.6 inch) with two important features. It has to have dedicated graphics and the memory must not be soldered. I thought this was the perfect laptop for me, but the memory is soldered. I'm looking at $800 USD or less. Any ideas?
  2. Looking for some recommendations for new ram (something that can be purchased in the US). Just got my hands on a Ryzen 5600x and I'm looking to replace my existing set of fairly crummy Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3200. More or less any adjustments beyond the XMP profile are unstable. I'm looking for a dual rank 32gb kit running at least 3600 CL16 or better with a budget of around $175. I was looking at these but I'm unsure about compatibility with my MSI x570 Pro (or if they are dual or single rank). Any input or suggestions would be appreciated.
  3. Definitely odd it only appears to mess with down and not up. Your router only supports 2.4ghz. If possible, maybe try changing the wireless channel to 1,6, or 11 and see if it makes any difference.
  4. Having issues with Intel UHD 630. It won't let me set the screen resolution to my monitors default 2560x1440 (with Intel drivers installed. With MS generic drivers it works fine at 1440p). I try to use the "set custom resolution" option in the graphics control panel but it says something about not having enough bandwidth?? I have it set to use 256mb of video memory in the bios. Any ideas?
  5. Just got an HP prodesk mini to use as a media center machine. It was freezing during the windows 10 initial setup. Had to format and try again several times. I eventually tired it without it connected to internet and it was able to install just fine. Once connected to internet, windows says installing video driver and then the system locks up shortly after. I did a system restore and downloaded the video driver manually and then tried to install it. It froze during the process. Did another system restore and the driver was able to install, and then froze right after. Restarted the computer and
  6. Yeah I was looking at the wrong one. The minimum is .919 and the max is 1.481v
  7. I don't recall. This one has gotten up to 81c once but usually doesn't go higher than mid 70s
  8. At full load it's at 1.137 and at idle it shows 1.144
  9. I noticed on all stock settings that voltage gets as high as 1.5v on all cores according to hardware monitor. The voltage is set to default in the BIOS Which is 1.45v. Isn't 1.5 a little high? I'm mainly concerned because this is my second 3600, my first one bit the dust after several months.
  10. I've been looking at the TP Link TL-R470T and wondered if there was an option to configure it to use one connection till it runs out of bandwidth then roll over to the next. I have a 300mbps connection with one ISP and a 25mbps connection with another. Issue is, the faster one has a data cap which I hit at times. So instead of switching between networks can I use the load balancer to pull from the slow ISP when one person is using Netflix and then roll over to the other one if it's needed?
  11. No luck clearing the CMOS or isolating ram
  12. Tried a new power supply, still having the same issue. It did boot into windows for a split second (all to way to my wallpaper) then rebooted again.
  13. I can enter the Bios, the PSU is about 5 years old with maybe 3 years of use
  14. I recently built a new machine around the third gen Ryzen launch. Last night after rebooting it went into a loop of restarts. It will attempt automatic repair and then reboot again. I put a recovery flash drive in and it reboots when windows recovery starts to load. I've tried a different boot drive, isolating/ reseating ram and CPU as well as power connectors. I've also tried another video card and resetting the bios. The only thing I haven't tried is swapping out power supplies (don't have another one). The entire machine has new parts except for the PSU, could that be the problem?
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