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About Mholes

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 9 3900X 4,3GHz@1.28V (AGESA
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Auros Pro X570
  • RAM
    32Gb G.Skill Sniper X 3600@CL16-20-20-36 1.35V <- VERY loose
  • GPU
    Palit JetStream GTX 1080@2100-2080MHz
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro
  • Storage
    1Tb WD HDD, 500Gb WD Blue SSD, 256Gb Samsung 970 EVO, 960Gb PNY SSD
  • PSU
    Seasonic 750W FOCUS+ Platinum
  • Display(s)
    Samgung C27HG70 27" 1440p 144Hz + 2x Lenovo L24q-10 23,8" 1440p 60Hz
  • Cooling
    Alphacool Eisbaer LT360
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G610 CherryMX-RED
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Logitech G935
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 PRO (1909)

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  1. Ugh, is this one of those AsRock things again... You could ask AsRock. Someone else had BSOD issues with a riser card that needed pcie3.0. "BIOS > Advanced > AMD PBS > PCIe x16 Bus Interface (Auto/Gen1/Gen2/Gen3/Gen4)" Pasted from post. If you happen to have MSI afterburner you could check if the GPU can boost where it should. And if you still have BOTH systems up and running check if the clocks match. One thing you also could do is install older GPU drivers and check does that help, something like 3-4 versions.
  2. Hmmm, kinda weird but things you could try : 1) DDU nvidia drivers and reinstall (IF you haven't done that already) 2) Reset Nvidia Control panel just to be sure 3) Go to bios and change PCIE to PCIE-3.0 instead of 4.0 Personally that would be my todo list. After that it's hard to say.
  3. Yea, since this generation will get a huge uplift in performance all crypto-miners will be pre-ordering asap. One thing you could do, is like @jaslion mentioned to buy a card from a place that has solid return policy. Personally I will wait for AMD, since the leaks about 3070Ti and other "rumors". Like RX6X00 549$ with performance between 3070 and 3080. Let's hope AMD really delivers this time.
  4. Price hike is a possibility, there are few choices you can make depending on your own situation. 1) IF you really really need a new graphics card and cannot wait, you can buy rtx30XX, can't go wrong there. 2) IF you can wait do so, since RX6000-series is gonna be released next month (28th), that might stir the pot.
  5. sad times, atleast you got the problem solved.
  6. Ok look, the MB has post error LEDs so those should light up. + X570 Gaming X has the Q+-flash function, which means you can update the bios without a CPU, RAM and GPU. I mean if you ignore everything here sure you can say it's stupid. But y ou should first read the whole thing and read the manua. Yes it does. Read up. Now if nothing really happens and you have everything power in your PSU (switch to I) etc. Test the Q+-flash function, read the instruction from your manual, the Q+-flash should have a blinking light. If nothing happens then it might be dead. You can
  7. Do you also have the additional CPU 8-pin connected?
  8. So you have your PSU 24-pin connected + power button (or you shorted the pins) ? And nothing happens? No LED's? And what motherboard do you have?
  9. From experience with my 3900X -> Your 3950X is just boosting, background applications are loading etc. like Steam. Your 3950X will load something and briefly use it's boost voltages -> 1.498V This is what makes it jump in temp. Nothing out of normal.
  10. On their site the specs say that all Eve Spectrum monitor's will use LG's 27" IPS panels, so doubt it's samsung's monitor.
  11. Mholes


    Yes, that is true BUT the max safe 24/7 voltage for Zen 2 is 1.325V. (WITH NORMAL COOLING) Voltage + Temp + Zen 2 = Not feeling so good.
  12. Original RTX 20XX AKA Turing was released: September 20, 2018 , "Super" lineup came in July 2019.
  13. Relevant, i guess. https://www.mysmartprice.com/gear/samsung-galaxy-s20-ultra/
  14. Yes. If the PSU works fine then the problem is your motherboard.
  15. ALSO, check if you accidentally put PCI-E 8-pin connectors instead of CPU 8-pin. They are different.