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  1. I have an: i9-9900k CPU AMD 5600xt graphics card Z370 MSI GAMING PLUS motherboard
  2. It doesn't matter as long as they both get good cooling. I would recommend having your graphics card use a longer rad then your cpu
  3. Hey guys so I like to do a bit of bitcoin mining on my AMD 5600xt graphics card. Obviously the problem is while im mining I cant really game on it bcs of the fact that ill get tons of lag. What I want to do is try and use my integrated graphics for gaming temporarily and my cpu graphics for gaming. The only game im running is Minecraft for now so I would get around 200 fps with integrated graphics. Does anyone know how to switch from using a graphics card to integrated graphics while its running?
  4. https://mobile.twitter.com/linustech/status/1243419333381873664?lang=en
  5. There's a Twitter post by linus talking about Anker or something
  6. I'm new to the desk pc genre and there's not many resources online about desk pcs. Is there any reasonably priced desk pc cases that aren't over a grand? Also it has to be able to fit custom liquid cooling
  7. Hey guys really sorry I didn't reply, so when I went on YouTube to find an overclocking tutorial it said that there was an auto voltage feature
  8. I dont think thats an option, have you gone into the mouse software? I have a glorious model o and over there you need to go into the software and turn the denounce time up
  9. Hey guys so i recently finished my pc build with a i9 9900k and 16gb of 3600mhz RAM. But when went into my bios for overclocking, I notice that whenever I put my cpu speed above 4.8 GHz, my pc just freezes minutes after booting. Also, if I put my ram speed to over 3200mhz, the pc doesn't even boot at all, currently I'm using my pc with 4.8ghz and 3200mhz and its working fine but is there any way I can max it out?
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