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Xkillerpn

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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from xg32 in 2080ti Abominable performance   
    There was a bug on the inicial cards not passing 1350mhz clock.
     
    Try changing the bios to something else if its not under warraty . If it is I think you need to send it to RMA.
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from starry in I lost a screw that holds the heat sink to the gpu die   
    you can get them on ebay. have a look
  3. Agree
    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Shnxxx in My game automatically closes when I play after a few minutes.   
    if you play battle realms you just won 5 points
     
    clean the drivers with ddu
     
    get most up todate drivers
     
    also clean the dust will help
  4. Agree
    Xkillerpn got a reaction from BTGbullseye in How to overclock AMD graphics?   
    DOnt use afterburner for AMD card. Afterburner only uses P7 state
     
    Use the amd drivers and tweak all of the PStates. Clocks and voltage related to Pstate.
     
    Put 50% powertarget and start lowering the voltage until the clocks start droping, now you know how your card realates to the voltage.
     
    Then start increasing the clocks until you got to the point were even if you put more voltage the clocks dont go up.
     
    For the memory is a bit more complicated, with HWInfo you can see at X speed if the memory is droping errors like crazy its the last line on the gpu bit.
     
    Like this on my rx480 I was doing 1500mhz and 2000mhz vram. Watercooled
  5. Agree
    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Demonic Donut in How to overclock AMD graphics?   
    DOnt use afterburner for AMD card. Afterburner only uses P7 state
     
    Use the amd drivers and tweak all of the PStates. Clocks and voltage related to Pstate.
     
    Put 50% powertarget and start lowering the voltage until the clocks start droping, now you know how your card realates to the voltage.
     
    Then start increasing the clocks until you got to the point were even if you put more voltage the clocks dont go up.
     
    For the memory is a bit more complicated, with HWInfo you can see at X speed if the memory is droping errors like crazy its the last line on the gpu bit.
     
    Like this on my rx480 I was doing 1500mhz and 2000mhz vram. Watercooled
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    Xkillerpn reacted to nick name in 3900x on cpuz, is this any good   
    So you're running 4.5GHz all-core with 1.35V?  Is that 1.35V the set voltage or after droop?
     
    Edit:
    I see now it's 45 and 43.5.
  7. Agree
    Xkillerpn reacted to Belgar in r9 3900x   
    cool, ive done what you have, ive lock it to ccx not to ccd and I hit 7779 on my first cinebench. No idea how that works but still I gained some performance just by doing that, thanks
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Belgar in r9 3900x   
    I have a 3900x on a x370 gaming pro carbon
     
    my setings are
     
    oc per ccx 
    44 44 43.50 43.50
    no pbo 
    1000w on the ppt 
    amd overclocking seting for voltage
    1.36v
    -100mv offset
    llc lvl 3 , lvl 1 if the top
    low riple corrent 
     
     
    I get around 7800 on cine 20 
    Stock does 7300
  9. Agree
    Xkillerpn reacted to RejZoR in Nvidia Releases First Driver With Full Microsoft Directx 12 Ultimate Support!   
    Because it's broken garbage? Have you even ever actually used it or are your quality standards just that low that "it sort of works" qualifies for a product that can cost up to 1200€ and beyond.
     
    I've just tried how long it takes for NVCP to launch from click of the item in context menu on desktop to a functioning menu. 6,3 seconds. Every time. EVEN AFTER REPEATED LAUNCHES OF NVCP!
     
    It then takes 1,25 seconds to open a popup for Image Sharpening settings (and any other setting below it). Applying said Image Sharpening takes 6,7 seconds. All while entire menu is blinking several times until it finally applies the stupid thing. It takes so long I had to time it 3 times because I tapped stop on the stopwatch too soon twice because I thought it has already done but it was only half way through...
     
    That's essentially 15 seconds consisting entirely of WAITING when you want to change any setting in NVCP. A QUARTER OF A MINUTE OF PURE WAITING TO CHANGE A SINGLE SETTING! It's absolutely bonkers how bad it is.
     
    Then scroll the "Manage 3D settings" list all the way down and change "Power management mode" setting to anything and apply it. Observe what moronic fuckery menu starts doing. It'll always reset the list to the top where last changed setting is the point where it'll stop. When changing several settings you literally have to scroll the stupid menu all the way down and change them in reverse order otherwise you'll be constantly scrolling the menu back down just so you can change the god damn next setting.
     
    I've not seen anything this amateurish, lazy, slow and beyond broken in the entire last decade. Not even ATi's CCC was this bad and that thing had issues and we were running that damn thing from slow ass hard drives. here I'm launching this garbage from Samsung 850 Pro 2TB. With enabled RAPID mode that's essentially a RAM caching feature on a system with 32GB of RAM. It's beyond absurd.
     
    Then again seeing constant defending of NVIDIA by people like you every time I complain over it, doesn't really surprise me regarding the state of NVCP in last 15 years. Why should NVIDIA bother IMPROVING it when you people just eat up whatever garbage NVIDIA serves you and you even defend it. It's absolutely horrible and shouldn't ever exist on products that cost this much. Yet here it is and here you are, actually defending it. Please murder me with an old beige keyboard...
  10. Agree
    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Haro in 2060, 2070, or 2080 whith a 425usd budget   
    Get a 5700xt and be happy with its performance and less money
  11. Informative
    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Spayyce in GPU Buzzing, DirectX errors, and screen stuttering   
    Dont Paste if you are going to RMA
  12. Funny
    Xkillerpn reacted to Spayyce in GPU Buzzing, DirectX errors, and screen stuttering   
    Alright, I will give DDU a try and report back any results.

    I've checked drivers myself, but will use DDU for this also

    Temps are fine, it recently crashed at only 73C

    I am only wanting to RMA as my absolute last resort since I have never returned anything before as I like to just get on with it myself

    I would have no idea where to start with putting paste on a GPU

    I've had the case open but I think this would only affect temps(?)

    EDIT: forgot to say thank you for your reply, I appreciate you taking the time to try and help me
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Spayyce in GPU Buzzing, DirectX errors, and screen stuttering   
    By Steps
     
    1 - Use DDU in safe mode
    2 - New drivers
    3 - Problem still there, check temps 
    4 - If it has warraty RMA it
    5 - No warraty get good termal paste, MX4 is good and can be used on gpus, clean the card and apply termal paste and report back
    6 - Try the card with the case open if it helps do step 5 and improve your temps inside the case
     
    Good luck
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Mr_l7am in Basically i need some help! RX 5700 xt not working as expected....   
    1 - Use DDU in safe mode
    2 - Get most up to date drivers
    3 - Open Amd software and check if chill is off
    4 - dont run vsinc on any game
    5 - Get superposition and check how the gpu works there. Also check the cpu speed
    6 - Try a CMOS reset sometimes that solves loads of issues.
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from GamerDad_ in Performance problems with 2080ti   
    Any cpu with less the 8 cores will bottleneck the 2080ti.
     
    -3700x
    -3800x
    -9700k
    -9900k
    -3900x
     
    Chose your cpu 
     
    DOnt forget it depends on the game also.
     
     
  16. Agree
    Xkillerpn got a reaction from Haro in Please help me with below Best Graphic card with price value   
    Atm get a rx580 or 590. the 590 can catch the 1070 is some games . 
     
    On the used market look for a Vega 56 or 64 for cheap.
     
    Nvidia cards for the same performance normaly are more money even on the used market
  17. Funny
    Xkillerpn reacted to ripvanwinkle in sapphire rx5700xt nitro plus noise and temp   
    omg thanks. I undervolted it, adjusted the fan curve and now i doesnt even make it to 70 degrees.
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from jcronic420 in DirectX 12 Problem   
    Swaping cpus and software always ends up wrong.
     
    DDU your drivers, do a clear CMOS
     
    If this does not help, nuke your windows and start over.
  19. Informative
    Xkillerpn reacted to WikiForce in Best GPU under 100 used   
    1060 6gb or rx 580 8gb
  20. Informative
    Xkillerpn reacted to 5x5 in Best cpu gpu combo for $500   
    I would assume you need RAM and a decent power supply
    PCPartPicker Part List
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 (14nm) 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor  ($145.99 @ Amazon)
    Motherboard: Gigabyte B450 AORUS M Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard  ($85.99 @ B&H)
    Memory: G.Skill Aegis 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory  ($64.99 @ Newegg)
    Video Card: Gigabyte Radeon RX 580 8 GB GAMING 8G Video Card  ($164.99 @ Newegg)
    Power Supply: SeaSonic S12III 500 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply  ($64.99 @ B&H)
    Total: $526.95
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-04-30 06:36 EDT-0400
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from YoIsaza in 5700 xt?   
    They have huge problems with cooling the vram and the strix has a gap to the core.
     
    Asus did a very bad job with the AMD gpus. even the vega 64 strix had issues with vrm  cooling.
     
    Reusing coolers from nvidia ends in this.
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from ChemicalM in is the palit 2060super worth 10€ more than a sapphire rx5700xt nitro+?   
    So if you have 1080p and want dxr the 2060S will be nice, if you have 1440p and dont care about dxr at all and the 2060s will be short at 1440p with dxr on get the 5700xt as it gets more fps in most of the games. 
     
    I think the 5700xt is a better buy, but get a good cooler one, Red devil or Nitro+. 
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from BotBret in Why Is No One Buying/Recommending Navi GPUs?   
    All of the 5600xt, 5700 and 5700xt are really good deals as they deliver very good performance for the price, I always recomend 5700xt cards or 5700 if you need just a 2 fan gpu. 
     
     
    I have a vega 64 and no issues from ages with drivers. Just keep the system clean and make sure that no OC on any part is making issues, yes even XPM counts to something to look at. 
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    Xkillerpn got a reaction from kelvinhall05 in New ( used ) asus gtx 1060 6gb dual crashing ( video)   
    1 - step use DDU in safe mode
    2 - have no oc on your system 
    3 - test in superposition and see if it crashes
    4 - downclock the memory and gpu by 50 or 100
     
    If nothing works try a diferent psu
     
    if still you have problems that card is going to the gpu heaven,
  25. Informative
    Xkillerpn reacted to alyen in x370 Gaming pro carbon + 3900x???   
    The VRM will likely handle it, but I don't think anyone knows how long it will keep running. I have been running a ASRock B450 Pro4 with a 3900X at stock settings for 2 months without any problems. I have no way of getting the VRM temperatures, but the vcore on the 3900x is lower when the CPU is stressed compared to the 2700x. When idle the 3900x CPU VDD fluctuates peaks as high as 1.51V, but only for a second or two from what I can see with HWMonitor.
     
    3950X on a MSI X370 Gaming Pro Carbon
    https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=328470.0
     
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