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About Bartholomew

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  • Motherboard
    X570 tomahawk MAG
  • RAM
    32Gb ddr4 corsair vengance 3200cl16
  • GPU
    Rtx 3090 24mb
  • Case
    Fractal design S2 white TG
  • Storage
    Vortex 250gb ssd, samsung green 1Tb, 500mb evo ssd, kingston a2000 1tb nvme, 980 evo pro 2tb nvme gen4
  • PSU
    RM850x corsair
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    Samsung 27" LPS 1440p 75hz freesync
  • Cooling
    Dark rock pro 4
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  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. So you charry pick that one? Why not resolve?, which, kind of used by a lot of forum members on here. And both cases arent synthetic; thats all.
  2. A respectfuly disagree. For sata drives thats correct, but for nvme it isnt. Im woking with large datasets (250k seperate files) for a ai project regularly, and when moving those, or running scripts on them etc. kingston a2000 is noticably slower than my samsung pro (granted thats pcie3 vs pcie4 i believe). Also, when working with for example davincy resolve on larger 4k video projects the difference is highly noticable in responsiveness when jumping the cursor around (when workin in full res for good preview, withoout lowres cach setup).. That said, even th
  3. Both are Dramless drives, Getting Crucial P5 or something similar will be much better. If the kingston a2000 was meant, that does have dram (1gb ddr3). Ssd optionally use dram as read/write caches, not all ssds have it. Those that doent perform worse in specific loads.
  4. Might be gpu ouput and monitor input combo; "some do that" A lot of monitors in our office show same symptom when used with some mac laptops for example, but only with some models. Browse your monitors menus and see if theres some mode/version selection options for whatever type (displayport or hdmi) of connection your using; play with those and see if it helps. Sometimes windoze opts to some odd frequency like 59, check out the display settings. My monitor at home is freesync capable (using also rtx series card) and exhibited this when freesync
  5. If using windows, "there is your problem", but im assuming you are using linux (windows and ML dont mix well, windows uses too much vram itself, limiting resources for ML and expect longer training times as diverse layers of drivers for ML are suboptimal compared to linux ones). It will depend on the project, but commonly vram shortage plays a role, but also fetching and decompressing trainjng data and writing intermediate snaphots and results can "harass" cpu and storage (like with stylegan training on 512 res and up). So it will depend on the system. For reference, Im
  6. As long as stock is low, demand is high, its more than likely. Im in europe, and got a 3090 for 1650 eur around sept/oct; they went out of stock swiftly, and prices went up to about 2000 eur for the 1 or 2 models that had (limited, like 1 or 2) in stock every few days (among which the model i got). Then comes cristmas season: the card i got went as high as 2500 eur. Currently, they seem back to normal-ish, 1700-1900 eur. Supply and demand....
  7. Yup. On a msi tomahawk x570 and zotac 3090: same, 4 fast beeps, instead of rhe single post beep, but no other issues. Runs fine. Ive googled this extensivly and indeed more people have this in a variety of mobo and gpu brand combinations with 3000 series. but aside of the omnious beeping, theres no negative effects to be noticed. Will likely resolve over time with vbios and or mobo bios updates. You are not alone, so dont worry, doesnt indicate broken parts
  8. I second this... Depends also on what 2060, a strix oc can do 225w (and transients/spikes of 10 to 20ms can peak 1.5x that). Label says 420w on 12v, so personally id upgrade the psu. Likely "it will work" but so does driving without seatbelts.
  9. Dont read to much into it; its lets say 0.4fps (4k) to 3fps(1p80p) slower in some games. Its just a lower end card just like the gigabyte eagle and msi trio (the trio has quieter cooler but under the hood its about the same, you just pay $200 extra for a extra 3rd pcie power connector that serves no purpose as its vrm cant handle more than 2 connectors current lol). I have one (trinity 3090), and yea its got the "bad poscaps" (which arent poscaps anyway) and have had 0 crashes (bought it *after* the crash hype was resolved with new driver). So much like as with the caps "iss
  10. Out of curiosity, what output device are you targetting that needs 16k? Likely, depending on the software, its running out of memory (ram of cpu conversion, but if ai is involved most likely gpu vram; 8k editing already do like cards like 3090 with enough vram to go around).
  11. They can Maybe the ramstick can, but the combination with cpu and motherboard cant, especially with other oc's applied. Run everything stock, then try xmp and see what happens. If your not on x570/b550 then xmp is basically above jedec spec and thus a oc for the mobo, not guaranteed to work no matter what the ram or xmp profile says.
  12. Tele does not relate to prime. A prime lens can be a tele. You likely mean prime (fixed focal length) vs zoom (variable focal length). Right...... Id get something like a 300mm 2.8 then. Thats is BOTH a prime and a tele, so you only need 1(not 2) to fullfill those requirements Sony, canon, nikon, at that pricepoint lenses are very good. But wide or tele, prime or zoom, all brands systems have pretty much equal lineups: 1. Decent cheap primes (fixed focal length) 24-135mm rusually pretty decent optics, but lack build qu
  13. Tele does not relate to prime. A prime lens can be a tele. You likely mean prime (fixed focal length) vs zoom (variable focal length). Grocely generalizing, zoom equals bad (think corner softness, vignetting, chromatic abberations, narrow apperture at longest focal point, slow zoom, hood can only be good for the wides angle - does nothing at lowest angle etc. Etc.). Below $1000 its hard to find good zooms that dl justice to modern sensors. Additionally, tele zooms tend to wind up being used at their max zoom position 99% of the time. So that leaves primes, and it depend
  14. Ok so likely it isnt a psu safety tripped then. Yeah thats what you see when its not (yet) shutting down but if some air bubble in aio (or just a misreading by cpu) causes a spike cpu temp reading, it could cause a shutdown. thats why i suggested logging (to a file, frequently), as you might catch a glimpse of that (would need a few times try due to timing as it can occur within a split second) should that be the case.