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About IPoteven

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  • Birthday Sep 10, 1991

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  • Location
    Quebec, Quebec city
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    3D Animator at Beenox | Gamer | Car, motorcycle and PC enthusiast | Stand-up comedy fan. All views are my own
  • Occupation
    3D animation


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700
  • Motherboard
    Asus Crosshair Hero VII X470
  • RAM
    2x8Gb G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 3200MHz CL 14
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 Windforce
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define S
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 EVO 500Gb
  • Display(s)
    2x ASUS VH238H 2ms 60Hz
  • Cooling
    Custom water cooling loop from EKWB
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700s
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 598SE
  1. I have the same issue, applying OC with Ryzen Master is still unstable/crashes
  2. Hello everyone I have the BIOS setup ready for OC, all the LLC, Memory, voltage, etc. My idea was to set the CPU to the max clockspeed at the min voltage(currently 3.7GHz @ 1.1v) and change it in OS to my 4,2GHz@1.35v when I want(for content creation, gaming, etc.). The issue I have is when I boot at 3.7GHz@1.1v and change the OC to 4,2GHz@1.35v with Ryzen Master, it crashes instantly BUT if I boot at 4.2GHz, everything is fine, I can downclock and overclock with Ryzen Master. Any ideas on what could cause this issue? Thx CPU: R7 2700 MOBO: Asus X470 Crosshair Formula VII
  3. Hello everyone, I have a problem with my PC, espacially the OS. I have 2 drives, SSD for OS and HDD Data. My HDD was my main drive not long ago before I installed my SSD. I did a fresh installed when I putted my SSD with both drive connected. My problem is when I unplugged my HDD or change Boot order for SSD, my windows won't boot. It seems that the system reserved partition is on the wrong drive(See picture below, yes it's in French, sorry). Any idea how to move it without an OS reinstall. Thx
  4. Bought some NFF12 for my push pull config(Noctua in push, Swiftech Helix from the H320 cooler in pull), sound on idle went down. I should do some testing tto see if Helix in push and Noctua in pull would be better
  5. Quick update guys, I rendered my 3D stuff and temps were more toward Prime95 than AIDA64, they were around 52-60C. My OC is rock solid stable, never had a crash, freeze, etc. I'm looking for some good 120 rad fans now(summer is coming!, I want the best perf/sound balance, under 30-35dB), I was going with Gentle Typhoon 1850RPM, but I can't find them anywhere. I might go for Noctua NF-F12, Enermax Magma or Twister Pressure. If anyone has any suggestions, go go go
  6. Username: IPoteven https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0 https://www.vessel.com/videos/G-DUjgUyY
  7. The ultimate test will be when I will render my 3D animations, I'll check if temps tend more on AIDA64 or Prime95(Prime95 putted ou 10-15 more).
  8. I just tested with AIDA64 stress test, I'm 10C and more under than Prime95(45C vs 55-60C). I think Prime96 is better to really stress test the CPU
  9. I use the samsung magicia program, it says that I'm using AHCI and I use their benchmark to test my SSD(which could be outputting higher numbers, but I'm still below rated speed.) I'll check this out
  10. Hello everyone. I just got my PC back (http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/268285-pc-doesnt-boot-black-screen-no-beeps-no-hdd-activity-light/#entry3643196) and now when I'm testing my SSD performance with my new Asus Crosshair Formula-Z, I hit: 402 read(rated at 540) 307 write(rated a 520) 58 000 random read(rated a 97 000) 41 000 random write(rated 66 000) What could slow down my SSD ? I heard AMD SATA controllers could be the problem.
  11. I'm sure in ADIDA64 I could pull my voltage down since it might be less stressfull/loads less heat than Prime95
  12. Did you try to undervolt your CPU, It might be good to lower your temps. From factory, they are using A LOT of voltage to get their rated speed. For the 8350/70, I think you can get as good clockspeed than 9370/9590, if you win the silicon lottery IMO. My old 8350 was 4.7Ghz at 1.46-49v(tested with Prime95), which is meh. I saw a lot of people with 8350 going high Ghz(4.8 -5.2) with 1.3X-1.4Xv, but testing it with a less stressfull test than Prime95. If it's for gaming, they will never use 100% of CPU, so they can push it to 5.XGhz, 50-75% load in X games, 1.5Xv, 55C-60C.