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alatron978

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    alatron978 got a reaction from SAVE-12-HK in 10400f VS 3600   
    10400F has a stock cooler that is perfectly fine. Just cut the cooler out of the 10400F system and it'll be faster and cheaper.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from unclewebb in 10400f VS 3600   
    No it isn't.
     
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    alatron978 got a reaction from WikiForce in 10400f VS 3600   
    10400F has a stock cooler that is perfectly fine. Just cut the cooler out of the 10400F system and it'll be faster and cheaper.
  4. Informative
    alatron978 got a reaction from Skiiwee29 in Memory overclock   
    Asus reverse engineered xmp (this is very easy to do) and made DOCP so they don't have to pay royalties to Intel for using XMP technology.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from Haro in Huge difference in Auto SOC Voltage between BIOS versions. Is 1.36V Safe?   
    1.36v is not safe
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    alatron978 got a reaction from jumbo9i0 in question about overclock memory speed   
    XMP by definition is an overclocking technology. XMP is designed to make overclocking memory available to all.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from jumbo9i0 in question about overclock memory speed   
    How complicated something is doesn't mean its overclocking or not. Anyone can overclock a 10900K to 5.3ghz for example, you just set it in the bios. Would that be a good 5.3ghz overclock though? No. Just like XMP is very easy to set, but XMP is a very bad memory overclock in technical terms.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from InfernalClaw in R5 3600 OC   
    Look at this voltage, anything under 1.225V is fine. Anything over can be dangerous.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from ShrimpBrime in R5 3600 OC   
    Look at this voltage, anything under 1.225V is fine. Anything over can be dangerous.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from Psittac in New build, same problem   
    Are you using a new operating system? If not, reinstall windows.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from ShrimpBrime in R5 3600 OC   
    That is the SOC voltage, not core.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from DakotaWebber in Geforce 1060 overclock questions -Please as many people who has overclocked answer   
    Thermal paste and power delivery isn't what is massively affected from overclocking. Modern cards have enough VRM protection to be sure the VRM doesn't up and die. And thermal paste is literally a consumable. The physical silicon degrades faster through electromigration and silicon oxide breakdown which are induced by higher current and temperatures, and voltage and temperatures respectively.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from BTGbullseye in Flashing 5700 card to 5700XT   
    No point in doing so, you can modify the soft power play table. It's much easier, and also safer.
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    alatron978 reacted to Medicate in New CPU issue   
    8000 and 9000 series CPUs don't work in motherboards designed for 6000 and 7000 series (the ones with a 100 or 200 chipset) you need a 300 chipset motherboard
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    alatron978 reacted to Skiiwee29 in New CPU issue   
    The 9600k is incompatible with the B150 motherboard, requires a 300 series board to work.
  16. Informative
    alatron978 got a reaction from radioactive000 in only 2cores are available in 4core cpu   
    It has two modules with two cores each. The two cores in each cores do share some stuff and that sharing of stuff does make it slower then a true quad core. This two cores per module is much better then multi threading and gives around a 70% performance boost over 40% from multi threading.
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    alatron978 got a reaction from MartinKweh in only 2cores are available in 4core cpu   
    It has two modules with two cores each. The two cores in each cores do share some stuff and that sharing of stuff does make it slower then a true quad core. This two cores per module is much better then multi threading and gives around a 70% performance boost over 40% from multi threading.
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    alatron978 reacted to xg32 in Best 1080p 90hz refresh rate cards   
    5700 or 5700 xt depending on your budget.
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    alatron978 reacted to dgsddfgdfhgs in Best 1080p 90hz refresh rate cards   
    5700xt or used gtx1080
    yes I call them 1080p cards, they will run all games ultra at 90fps, even the badly optimised AAA games
     
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    alatron978 reacted to Caroline in Best 1080p 90hz refresh rate cards   
    ^ 5700XT
     
    My monitor is 85Hz native
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    alatron978 got a reaction from NotABigGamer in GPU Suggestions. 1660 vs 1660 Super.   
    1660 super is cheaper and faster so pick that up
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    alatron978 got a reaction from K i a r a in GPU Suggestions. 1660 vs 1660 Super.   
    1660 super is cheaper and faster so pick that up
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    alatron978 got a reaction from RaydenRS in Ryzen 3000 memory   
    Anything gskill that fits, unless you will manually tune, then get anything that fits.
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    alatron978 reacted to Jurrunio in amd card for free sync   
    Nvidia cards on and after 10 series (includes the 16 series) can use Freesync anyways
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    alatron978 got a reaction from DJ46 in Does increasing the resolution reduce FPS when the CPU is the bottleneck?   
    Depends on when you transition from a cpu limitation to a gpu limitation. You can try playing at 1440p super sampled to see how that goes. You can do this by enabling virtual super resolution in the Amd Radeon Settings application under the display portion.
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