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About MartinKweh

  • Title
    The Frustrated Gamer
  • Birthday December 1

Profile Information

  • Location
    the former Spanish lands
  • Gender
  • Interests
    gaming, cooking , electronics tinkering
  • Occupation
    Student as an electrical engineer


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Msi B350m Bazooka
  • RAM
    Team Group Elite TUF cl16 3200 mhz
  • GPU
    Asus RX580 Dual OC 4gb
  • Case
    Rakk Anyag Frost
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 1TB and Kingston A400
  • PSU
    Thermaltake lite power 550w
  • Display(s)
    SpectrePro 144hz 3ms 24in curved VA Panel
  • Cooling
    ID cooling SE 207+ID cooling Frostflow 120VGA
  • Keyboard
    Rakk Lam Ang Lite
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Hero
  • Sound
    Plantronics Rig HD500
  • Operating System
    WIndows 10 Pro

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  1. I literally cant even go to settings, start menu or anything. Its just keeps on flickering. I can open some stuff using the task manager but thats it. I just gave up and used a new installation of windows (bye 2tb worth of games that i have to redownload again in 15 mbps internet) its fine now . But that was suprr annoying.
  2. Restarting the pc does the same thing. System restore doesnt work, this also happens in safe mode. I have no idea what to do . It just keeps on flickering like that VID_20210612_095927.mp4
  3. This might sound janky, but do you think 40mm fan on the side of a bare heatsink will work?
  4. I think intel will implement it with their xe cards and compatible cpu. Idk about any other cpu/gpu tho.
  5. Is this a laptop? Also, is the memory running in single channel? How about the CPU and GPU temps? Also, its recommended to get about 16gb of ram since some games today literally consume more than 10gb
  6. It will most likely have small changes. Just make sure that the case have enough airflow in it to compensate.
  7. Just stick with the included fan. Its good enough for its purpose. If you have planned to replace the fan, you could have gotten a more expensive and effective cooler instead.
  8. What is your motherboard? As an owner of MSI B350m bazooka, i would say that not all MSI motherboard support mystic light . I ended up using their other controller but its has no rgb . Only single color and breathing effects
  9. My pc has been stable for the past year. No crashes, no lags , no bosd. Its like its too stable that its kinda scaring me.

    1.   Show previous replies  1 more
    2. MartinKweh


      4 hours ago, Grumpy Old Man said:

      Don't jinx it


  10. That happened to my first gtx 1060. The shop said it was defective memory so they replaced it (it was new then) . Then replacement corroded after a few months .... now im stuck with an rx580
  11. 1. Check if all the pins are intact. 2. Find anything thin that can act as a prying tool or a way to remove the thermal paste(a sheet of acetate, a sturdy long thread, or even a flat head screw driver) 3.Carefully place the tool between the cpu cooler and the cpu ihs and carefully pry. If using a string, make a saw motion to remove the thermal paste without too much force.
  12. I think that with enough air flow/pressure, the hot air /cold air science has little influence. I think its fine.
  13. If its available, a 3600 is far better than the 2700x