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Driver95

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  1. Hi, my GF has a 3 year old HP-Notebook with a single 8GB Stick and i have a Acer Nitro 5 which i bought last year, came with 2x8GB 3200MHz CL22 Sticks which are only clocking to 2933MHz CL22 so i thought im going to give her my 2x8 Kit and im going to buy myself a new kit (i was going for aesthetics too) (even if you dont see it) so i bought myself 2x8GB 3000MHz CL16 from G.Skill, after i build them in theyre only clocking to 2666MHz CL19 and theres no XMP setting in my BIOS, i have the impression that i lost some frames and that gaming and overall performance isnt that snappy anymore as
  2. @Mateyyy I played some Games and left the PC running nearly the whole day long, Temps under load never went above 68 degrees celsius.
  3. @Mateyyy I havent tested full load yet. I'm using HWiNFO64.
  4. Are these Temps in Idle high for a Ryzen 7 5800X? Temps are Fluctuating sometimes, from 28 Degrees to 50 in Idle, Voltage is around 0,9V to 1,4V. Cooler is a Fractal S36 Celsius 360 AIO with Arctic P12 Fans, pump is set to Auto.
  5. yesterday i finished my Ryzen 5000 build. Everytime i restart or power on one Case Fan stops spinning for 1-2 seconds then powers on again and works normal after this, i already tried 2 different headers on the board, same problem, do i need to worry about that? Otherwise the System is running fine. Specs: Case: Corsair 275R Airflow Mobo: Gigabyte B550 Gaming X V2 CPU: Ryzen 7 5800X Cooler: Fractal S36 Celsius with 3x Arctic P120 Fans GPU: RX 6800 PSU: Seasonic Focus PX-850W SSD: 1TB NVMe SanDisk SSD: 2TB Sata-SSD SanDisk Case Fans: 3x
  6. @Skiiwee29 @mariushm @kewtz i used the butter knife method and i straightened the pin out, atleast i cant see anything bent anymore.
  7. I have a slightly bent pin on my cpu, can i install it like that when my mobo arrives?
  8. Could Cable Extensions cause the Problem too?
  9. @DoctorNick Tried A2. No luck. CPU is mounted the right way.
  10. @DoctorNick I did what you recommended, i even took all parts out and did the bios update without an CPU, Assembled everything again and still wont post, still no signal. 0d error code is not showing anymore, 00 is displayed now.
  11. @DoctorNick Doing that now. @boggy77 They are in 2 and 4.
  12. Yesterday i completed my new Build which wont Post (No Signal) and Shows an 0d error code on mobo after successfully (i think) updating the BIOS. What can i do to get my System running? Fans are all Spinning. Specs: Case: Corsair 275R Airflow Black CPU Cooler: Fractal Design S36 with 3x Arctic P12 Fans CPU: Ryzen 7 5800x Mobo: MSI x570 Unify RAM: 2x16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3200 GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6800 PSU: Seasonic Focus PX-850 SSD: 1TB SanDisk Extreme NVMe M2 SSD: 2TB SanDisk 3D Ultra 3x Corsair AF120 Case Fans
  13. I had the Corsair 275R Airflow for my last Build. Really easy to Build in, lots of Space, very good Temps (i9-9900K, RTX 2080 Ti).
  14. Hello, i'm using an Corsair H100X with Noctua NF-P12 Fans at the moment (i9-9900K) but i want to upgrade to an H150i Pro and i dont want to use the stock fans that come with it (ML-120 2400RPM), can i use NF-P12 Fans for the H150i Pro too even they have a max RPM of 1700?
  15. Hey, i just finished building my first PC yesterday. Now i noticed some strangely high and impossible Numbers when checking temps and fan speeds with different programs, some Fans show RPMs up to over 50000 RPM and one CPU Temp Parameter shows -3 degrees Celsius, The CPU Fans are showing over 4000 RPM which isnt possible too, max. is 1700rpm. Is there something to worry about with the Temps and wrong Fan Speeds or is it okay? otherwise the build runs just fine. attached is a txt file which i saved from OpenHardwareMonitor. Specs: Case: Corsair 275R Airflo
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