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Pikatchu

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About Pikatchu

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Profile Information

  • Location
    USA
  • Occupation
    IT Support

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 - 5800x
  • Motherboard
    MSI B550 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaw 2 x 16GB 3600mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 3080 FTW3 Ultra
  • Case
    Lian Li Lancool 2 Mesh
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 EVO 1TB & Crucial MX500 1TB & Crucial P1 1TB & Samsung 870 QVO 1TB 4x
  • PSU
    Corsaif SFX 750w 80+Plat
  • Display(s)
    Acer KG271U 1440P 144HZ
  • Cooling
    LTT Noctua NH-D15 || 2 140MM Noctua Chromax Fan || 3 120MM Noctua Chromax Fan
  • Keyboard
    GMMK PRO with Zeal Stabs and Milky Gateron Yellow switches.
  • Mouse
    Logitech G603
  • Sound
    Generic Speaker
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Laptop
    Surface Laptop 2 - i5, 8GB Ram.
  • Phone
    Pixel 4 XL

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  1. I believe what you are looking for is "Dynamic Font Size". Not sure how you want to implement it for your case, you may search for "Tkinter Dynamic Font Size" and look at example codes from stackoverflow.
  2. Are there any installers running in the background you might not know? Have you checked for any software trying to update?
  3. I have been thinking to upgrade my sound system, currently using a Logitech S120. For the moment, I have been using my headphones for music and the speaker for normal videos/movie time. The headphones I have been using for music consumption is Surface Headphones, the first one. Two speakers I am currently look at are the Logitech's G560 and Z407. I am not so sure if the G560's speakers fit on my desk, so I am more leaning towards the Z407. The picture is what my speakers are currently placed at and how much space I have to work with. To the left, that i
  4. I know this is a very dumb question but, did you flip the switch on powersupply to on?
  5. Intel's motherbaord only support 2 generation of CPU per socket. If you get the 10850k now, your next up is 11th gen. 12th Gen intel is basically confirmed to not be backward compatible with Z590 or Z490. So, in my opinion, you should get the Asus Prime boards or Strix boards if you were to stick with Asus. They are still expensive boards but just not as expensive. 1) No, get something less expensive. 2) Any z590 will have PCIE Gen4 support, and selected z490 will have PCIE Gen4 support on top most slot. PCIE Generation follows CPU NOT MOTHERBOARD, if your CPU does not support Ge
  6. Have you considered getting a good air cooler? I have an AIO before too, but air coolers just give me peace of mind. The worst thing that can happen is fan die, which is easily replaceable.
  7. Then it sounds like your motherboard was not able to obtain power from PSU when off, it is power cycling as fresh boot after loosing power from power supply. May I know which PSU and motherboard you are using?
  8. I can see that there is 2% network usage, do you know which program is using that?
  9. Is your pump header no the "CPU Fan" header or "OPT Fan" header? "Sys Fan" does seem to be on a delay when starting up from personal experience.
  10. Most modern DIY motherboards dont come with a BIOS beep code installed, they are mostly in the form of lights or LCD display of code. Though, some motherboard does ship a mini speaker with for YOU to put on.
  11. Is Windows running updates in the background? Is any program running updates in the background? Open task manager and check which program is hogging resources. For exmaple, my chrome is the highest network usage:
  12. Have you tried to boot the computer outside of the case with a stock cooler on? This will rule out the cooler at fault. If you are not comfortable shorting pins to boot, you may install the stock cooler and mount your motherboard to the case with side panels open.
  13. Power cycling, turn on for 1 sec and turn back off, is usually not an indicator of PSU failure. If your PSU have failed, it will refuse to start at all. Though you have already ordered a new PSU, it will not hurt your computer for trying. What I will do is stripped everything from the case, then try and boot it up like a test bench. If it successfully booted, there is a high chance that one of the cable were loose. If it continues to power cycle, you may try to test your RAMs one stick at a time. Next, try what @YugeshYokoksuggested, you may reset the CMOS by taking out the battery
  14. Update the BIOS of your motherboard, I had similar issue like you on another game. Updating the BIOS worked for me. FYI, I have the same motherboard as you and my current BIOS version is 7C91vA7, before the update it was 7C91vA5. EDIT: I have just re-read what you wrote and you stated you have already updated your BIOS. Are you overclocking or undervolting your 5600xt? Is it running stock setting?
  15. Completely normal, you're asking the Ryzen 5 5600X to do a lot. Minecraft, even with shaders, is heavily depending on CPU. I have a Ryzen 7 5800X and RTX 3080 as well, with shaders I get around high 40 to mid 50 fps depending what I am looking at. Java edition Minecraft will always be heavily CPU dependent.
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