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  1. I found the switch, it does require a second display, and it has to set the iGPU as the primary GPU
  2. Hello. The title states most of my issue. I have no idea where to go to find the switch to enable my iGPU in the bios of my AsRock B450M Steel Legend. I don't even know if I can do that in the first place. I want it because I would like to use the VCE encoder of my Ryzen 3 3200G for OBS/video rendering but still be able to use my GT 1030 for graphics power. Does anyone know if I have a way of doing this? If so, any advice on how would be greatly appreciated!
  3. If I lower the voltage, it crashes in non-multicore workloads like gaming. Cinebench is fine for as long as it can stand but games really don't handle it well.
  4. Hello. I have a Ryzen 3 3200G and I have overclocked it to 4 GHz all core @ 1.5V, but in loooong Cinebench R20 tests (32,400 secs, actually), intensive gaming in titles such as Minecraft, Apex Legends, Team Fortress 2, and CS:GO and the temps never reach above 70°C. Yet if I max the voltage in Ryzen Master and set to 4.1 GHz, it crashes almost immediately. This is my first overclockable CPU and I was wondering if I got a Cooler Master Hyper 212X Dual with Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut thermal paste if I would get any higher overclocks. I would upgrade to Zen 3 but I don't have the money or the righ
  5. I'm not too good with PSUs but for a 2060 that seems a little lacking, fortunately Newegg has a wattage calculator that has been pretty accurate from what I've seen
  6. Try installing some drivers for your GPU, and make sure that Windows is fully updated. That usually works for me, also make sure that your display is plugged into that GPU itself, or else your mbd may not recognize it on boot, saying from experience
  7. Hello. I have a Gigabyte OC Nvidia GT 1030 and have been using it for about 2 1/2 years now. I know that it is very bad for gaming, around the 750 Ti in terms of performance, but I have a very very strict budget and it's all I could afford since. And to siphon every inch of performance I could out of this baby, I resorted to MSI Afterburner after seeing it be used in several LTT videos before. This was the first time I had ever overclocked any of my computer components because I had originally used it in a prebuilt HP Z200 SFF Workstation that I got for free (which didn't actually fit in the c
  8. I don't have the laptop on me atm (I'm out of town and left it at home) i know for a fact that nothing was unplugged except for the ribbon cable that was attached to the bottom cover and that I am unsure what it does and I did reinsert it. I do not have internet usually so I was unable to look up the battery life on like Google or something. Watching LTT i have learned that too much CPU pressure is bad, and before I knew that I did make sure that every screw inside were as tight as I could get them before I put the cover back because I have a tendency of dropping things so I was ju
  9. Did you watch the video? I plugged it in. Besides, it was fully charged. I had charged it overnight.
  10. Hello. I have an HP Pavilion 11 laptop that I got from a friend for free. It worked when they gave it to me, but after taking the bottom cover off of it ONCE to see the battery life (I don't normally have internet), it no longer boots. The power button just lights up for a short while, no fans spin, no screen light, nothing, and then the light turns off. I would like to see if this is fixable because I don't have the money to pay for someone else to do it, and I need this laptop because of the recent world crisis and my school system is making us do our classes digitally.
  11. No, I got it for free as well, my friend gave it to me (the Gigabyte OC edition), and I need the iGPU because my monitor is VGA, but the GT 1030 doesn't support it and I can never find the time or money to get an HDMI to VGA adapter. Yes, I have already tried resetting the CMOS, and originally the computer never had the GT 1030 in it anyways. It does work without it though.