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The89Lunder

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About The89Lunder

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  • Location
    Denmark
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5600X
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B550 AROUS Pro AX
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 2x16GB 3600MHz, CL18
  • GPU
    Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming OC
  • Case
    Corsair 4000D Airflow (White)
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 EVO Plus nVME 1TB - Samsung 870 QVO 2 TB SATA SSD
  • PSU
    Corsiar RM750 (2021)
  • Display(s)
    ASUS TUF Gaming 27" VG27AQ
  • Cooling
    Corsair Hydro H100i RGB PRO XT
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 TKL
  • Mouse
    Corsair Ironclaw Wireless
  • Sound
    Argon Octave 5A (Active speakers), Dali Sub E9F (Active Subwoofer)
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro
  • Laptop
    HP 14" (Yep, that is the name of it)
  • Phone
    iPhone 11

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  1. Several ways to do it. If you want to know how. Try to do a search on YouTube for "Audit Deployment". Spoiler, it is a video I made, I am just no sure if I am allowed to post the link to the tutorial I made here. But it does how through how you can customise a Windows install.
  2. I see the difference, question, does it need to be? I should have the cooling to get the frequency higher. My old Ryzen 3600 did stay at 4,1 GHz during full load. (just 0,1 GHz off the boost speed) I know the 5000 series is not the 3000 series. But that still leaves my question, can I get the frequency up in situations of full load? My cooling should be plenty capable of handling it.
  3. These are the numbers during a game of Siege. The average is collected over 30 min.
  4. Hi all I have a Ryzen 5600X, and I have noticed, when I encode video using handbrake or use it for other tasks that pin it to 100% (Cinebench has the same effect), the CPU downclocks to everything from 4,2 GHz to 4,0 GHz. (temps are at 62c) When I play games it stays at 4,6 GHz all core no problem. I did however while playing a game yesterday, have a Steam download going in the background, and I did have the CPU close to 100% (like 90%, 95%), where it did stay at 4,6 GHz, temps at 70'ish C Can I get it to 4,6 GHz when encoding video? I have never done an
  5. Secure Boot can only boot in UEFI mode. If your install is made in Legacy mode, you will likely need to re-install your computer.
  6. Hi all There has been a lot of talk these past few days about the whole VBS thing. So I was curious today and did a fresh install on a laptop I had laying around at work, and it had the VBS feature enabled by default. It is an Education Pro license it has for Windows, so maybe that is why? I thought maybe the people could reply with their experience on fresh installs? And for science, what kind of hardware, DIY, business laptop, consumer laptop etc. The PC I did a fresh install on, was a Lenovo ThinkPad L14.
  7. Great help thanks! Really . Mostly I was interested in the customisations on the taskbar. Actually for Windows 11 Taskbar Group seem to really solve one of my problems. (Too many games, and too few shortcuts in the new start menu). Love this forum and it awesome users. Thanks again.
  8. That is exactly what I was looking for. Too all who replied, many thanks for your time Gave you a little ❤ cause I can
  9. Anyone know a little simple good free app for trimming videos? I need something to just shorten down my gameplay videos. I have tried the built in tool in Windows, but it takes my framerate down to 30 FPS from 60.
  10. I ran the update this morning, and my AMD Radeon Software stopped working. (GPU software). It didn't uninstall, it just wouldn't start. It needed an update anyway, so I just downloaded and installed the latest version of my GPU driver, and a restart later everything worked flawlessly.
  11. I remember Linus mentioning on WAN show (not sure when, maybe 1-2 months ago) they were working on a new PC build guide. Only reason I remember it, is because they talked about it being about 1 hour long. Maybe that is what you mean?
  12. I am not sure this is the answer you are looking for, but what I usually do, is I have a list of the software I use. And it is sorted by how I get it. Example Free software - OBS Studio - Lightshot - etc. Purchased (Login required): - Adobe CC - Camtasia - etc. Microsoft Store apps: - QuickLook - Spotify - etc. I also have a list of some settings I always forget to set. Like enabling clipboard history and disabling Fast boot in Windows. Prepare a folder with all your downloaded apps and just install them one by one. Login to what is required and mak
  13. I have a Ryzen 5600X paired with a 6800 XT (Gigabyte Gaming OC). And I have had no stability issues (3 weeks old though). The only thing I have noticed switching from nVidia graphics to AMD is some of my games a few more micro stutters. Like once or twice in a 3 hour gaming session. I have built 5-6 PC's all with Ryzen for friends and family, not one is having stability issues. 4-5 of them are Ryzen 3600 and 1 is a Ryzen 3300X.
  14. Maybe if the control in BIOS is set wrong. If it is a 3 pin fan, you need to select DC in BIOS If it is a 4 pin fan, you need to select PWN in BIOS. If it is set to auto and gets it wrong, what you are experiencing, could be the result.
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