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About CoDrift07

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  • CPU
    i3 2120
  • RAM
    8GB 1600
  • GPU
    RX 570 4GB
  • Storage
    128GB LiteON SSD 1TB Seagate HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450
  • Display(s)
    Dell P2214H
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. yeah after burner is showing 20% usage idle. I guess it's another AMD bug
  2. I was just switching between "percentile" and "digits" for separate screenshots, by this button:
  3. Was hoping that was the case. It seems to be a bug in all the latest drivers.
  4. yeah it's Radeon Software. Thanks for the clarification!
  5. Adding to this, task manger shows perfectly fine usage.
  6. It has been happening ever since I bought this RX 570 4GB, Here's what I've tried: - Changing drivers - Reinstalling Windows - Rebooting windows - Clearing VRAM cache - Re-plugging the GPU The VRAM usage went down with some of the above mentioned actions, but only for a brief moment. As soon as I fire up a game, it returns to it's former state. There is no mining virus/malware on my PC (Malwarebytes Premium).
  7. The CPU part I get, but how do I view the GPU power limit?
  8. got it! But i7s are overpriced in my country so Ill look into Xeon e3s
  9. Damn, Ill look into getting a new CPU
  10. Just got an RX 570 2 weeks ago, it's an XFX RX 570 4GB. I feel like the card isn't working to it's full potential. It has a TDP of 120W. So far it hovers around 70-80W at max. It's not Undervolted or anything. In valorant I get 60-80 fps on low (it should be 250 at high according to YouTube benchmarks). This is all without recording, otherwise there's a 20 fps drop with ReLive It could be bottlenecking, but I doubt it can cause THAT much fps loss. My specs are: - Dell OP390 OEM mobo+case combo (got it for cheap) - i3 2120 - 8GB DDR3 1600MHz - 128GB SSD (OS Only)
  11. 450W and above will give you plenty of headroom for upgrades. Just get a 80+ certified. This list will help you select the best one: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psucultists-psu-tier-list/ Tier C and D are you're best bet
  12. It's a 60Hz panel according to the official website https://support.lenovo.com/pk/en/solutions/migr-69691
  13. yeah you NEED to upgrade it. It's non certified and the reviews say it's only 200W. Edit: are you sure thats ure PSU? its rated for max 85W according to their official website
  14. for anything above a 750 ti (like a RX 570/580 etc) get at least a 450W