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About Haro

  • Title
    Elisis made me a logo. :P
  • Birthday June 6

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    Mmm no
  • UPlay
    I made one, I forgot about it.
  • Battle.net
    Ask. :3

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  • Interests
    CPUs and Motherboards.
  • Biography
    Very interested in Electrical Engineering, love learning about Voltage Regulating Modules and I like the color grey. :)
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3 3100
  • Motherboard
    ASUS TUF B550M-Plus
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury RGB 2X8GB 3200 CL16
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Windforce GTX 1650Super
  • Case
    Cooler Master MB311L ARGB (With Controller)
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 250GB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450
  • Cooling
    Arctic Freezer 34
  • Keyboard
    Prebuilt GK61 with Optical Gateron Reds with Mistel White/Orange Keycaps
  • Mouse
    Logitech G102 (Purple)
  • Sound
    Logitech G432
    MoonDrop Starfield
    Microphone: Razer Siren Mini (White)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Phone
    Pixel 3a (Purple-ish)

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  1. Took this a while ago while I was out in a park having breakfast, I'm not necessarily very experienced with landscape photography and so this is not the best shot to say the least. Canon EOS 2000D, 1/320, ISO100, F8 at 40mm. Could only upload one picture due to the 20MB size limit sadly.
  2. You do know B550 does not support Zen 1? Since your current CPU is a 1600, you can't get a B550 board as those only support Zen 2/3 based CPUs/APUs, and don't support Zen 1 based CPUs (I.e, your 1600). MSI B450M MORTAR MAX AMD AM4 B450 Micro-ATX Desktop Motherboard - Wootware MSI B450-A Pro AMD B450 Ryzen Socket AM4 ATX Desktop Motherboard - Wootware MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX AMD B450 Ryzen Socket AM4 ATX Desktop Motherboard - Wootware Here are some decent boards, if you find a B450 A Pro (ATX, not the mATX) in stock, go for that other than th
  3. Haro

    cat thread

    Haha yeah, it just was never my intention to name her Bebby, but I'm too used to calling her that at this point.
  4. Haro

    cat thread

    Some recent shots of mine of Bebby, I've yet to find a name for her so I guess she'll just be known as Bebby from now on lol.
  5. Not good, it's nothing like the ATX version with a worse VRM (compared to it's ATX Counterpart) that's also lacking a heatsink, I'd look at other budget mATX boards, the B550M Pro-VDH, the B550M Aorus Pro-P, the B550M TUF-Plus are pretty good, as well as the B550M Mortar though that tends to go for a bit more than the boards mentioned above.
  6. Just a little heads up, I assume you're copying these from Google Photos, if that's the case some people (including me) may not be able to see the picture: ^ Like that, so make sure you upload the picture on the forums.
  7. To simplify the matter, simply run your memory at something like 3600 or 3800, in the BIOS there is an option to match the IF clock to the memory clock, or you can manually set it to half of 3600 or 3800 (so 1800 or 1900 if you IF can hit 1900 MHz/s) after that, if you'd like, you can try tightening your timings since you're not running at 4000 MHz/s, running 4000 MHz/s memory with something like a Zen 2 CPU will hurt the performance since the IF can't run at the same frequency as 4000 MHz/s memory, so it's best to run the memory at something slower so the IF can match it.
  8. You misunderstood what was said, the quote above is talking about IF (Infinity Fabric) clock, the IF (also known as the I/O Die) does many functions, one of those is connect the different CCXs and CCDs (if the CPU has more than 1 CCD) since they can't communicate with each other. Now ideally, you'd want to keep a 1:1 ratio with the memory clock and the IF clock, i.e if you have, let's say 3200 MT/s / Mb/s (whatever you want to use) which is 1600 MHz/s, you'd want your IF clock to be the same, so in this case it'd be at 1600 MHz/s, now on Zen 2 CPUs (excluding Zen 2 APUs), whose IF clock
  9. Low light shot of my purple G102/G203, it's far from great, considering I shot this handheld with the kit lens which can only go to F3.5 as the lowest aperture, rest of the settings are ISO800, 1/25 at 18mm (or roughly 28mm or so considering it's an APSC sensor). Edit is courtesy of Den-Fi.
  10. Keep in mind; X570 only supports Zen+ Zen 2 and Zen 3 CPUs (The latter might not be supported out of the box as mentioned above) so you'll need either a 2000 series, i.e a 2600/2700X etc or a 2000 series APU (APUs end with a G), i.e 2200G/2400G etc, a 3000 Series APU i.e 3200G/3400G or a Zen 2 CPU, i.e 3600/3700X etc, or 4000 series CPUs, otherwise known as Zen 2 APUs, though those may need a BIOS update to work with the board depending on how old it is, since they have a different AGESA code than Zen 2 CPUs who aren't APUs, or 5000 series CPUs and APUs, though again as stated above, those may