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  1. Yeah, I guess you're right. However, I'm still worried about vendors trying to rip me off considering I live in Karachi, Pakistan. You really don't have to worry about this kind of stuff in NA and EU.
  2. What if I'm buying from a local vendor that doesn't have a website? Some vendors here don't have websites for some reason.
  3. What if I haven't purchased? You know how some vendors are with scamming people.
  4. What's the best way of exactly telling if a 5700/5700XT model is fake or not?
  5. Hey, guys. I just wanted to ask what would be the best way to tell if a 5700 or 5700XT is fake or not.
  6. Alright. Well, thank you so much for your help. Have a good day/night! Also, could I be linked a video on this?
  7. I know this is a stupid question, but is thee a separate D.O.C.P tab in the bios or is somewhere else?
  8. Aw, my bad. Sorry if I came off as blunt. I have another question, do all RAM kits that have Intel XMP profiles have Ryzen XMP profiles as well?
  9. It's because there isn't a better kit that's available. Also, my main question was if there's an XMP profile for that kit for Ryzen processors.
  10. https://www.gskill.com/qvl/165/299/1552461371/F4-3600C18D-16GTRG-Qvl Does this kit have an XMP profile for Zen 2 processors?
  11. What's the exactly importance behind having multiple rails? Also, why does voltage matter when it comes to rails? By voltage, I mean 5V and 12V. Also, of the PSU industry, are the head honchos Seasonic and FSP? I'm asking because it always seems power supplies of other brands use components manufactured by them.
  12. Clearance won't be an issue or anything, will it? Like it won't have an issue with the VRM heatsink or anything, will it? https://pcpartpicker.com/product/NQ7p99/gigabyte-x570-i-aorus-pro-wifi-mini-itx-am4-motherboard-x570-i-aorus-pro-wifi
  13. Well, I'll elaborate a bit. So, when you install an Intel stock cooler, each corner of the cooler has this thing called a "push pin" or whatever. Prior to installing the cooler, you lift up the pins and then once the cooler's on the board, you just press down on each pin and then slightly tighten each pin.
  14. Actually, there are aftermarket coolers that each have a push pin installation method.