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About ShrimpBrime

  • Title
    Old Schooler - De-lidder's club. - ŞɧʁɨmǷβʁɨmЄ™

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  • Location
    A-1-A BeachFront Avenue
  • Gender
  • Interests
    PCs, nitro rc, Cars trucks machines.
  • Biography
    Im Gen X Capricorn.
    Gots a family, wife kids dog cat ect.
  • Occupation
    Diesel Technician Welder Fabricator.


  • CPU
    Lid-Less PGA 2700X
  • Motherboard
    Asus B450-I Gaming
  • RAM
    16GB G.Skill 3600mhz 14-14-14
  • GPU
    RTX 2060
  • Case
    Silverstone TJ07
  • Storage
    plenty of storage.
  • PSU
    Antec CP series 850w
  • Display(s)
    40" 1080p
  • Cooling
    Stock air
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Razar tournament edition
  • Sound
    Surround sound
  • Operating System
    W7 and W10 across 4 operational household rigs
  • Laptop
    None. Desktop PC only. My phone works just as good as laptop but fits in the pocket!

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  1. It's marketing. It means nothing if you use a discrete graphics card. This only applies when using the iGPU
  2. The cpu is supported by the F1 bios first release. You don't have a need to update the bios. But you can always try and update it. If you install a speaker, and you get no beep at all, return the motherboard or send it in for warranty.
  3. The yields where horrible on 10nm. Producing wafers with 30% or higher failure rates isn't going to make a profit. So high frequency and high core count on desktop becomes super difficult. The IPC wasn't raised enough to get away with a lower frequency and still be "faster" than an AMD chip.
  4. Benchmarks are not relative to actual daily performance. Online gaming performance may vastly differ from a benchmark. Now don't get me wrong. I like the idea. But after much reading here, unless the data is super useful, it seldom will get a sticky, let alone an entire section dedicated. The benchmarking scores with arbitrary numbers is actually just a show and tell thing. You have a status update or start a thread for that. For example, my post codes thread did not get a Pin of it's own. It was injected into @colonel_mortis 's thread "Read before asking for he
  5. Well you need the audio drivers installed.... but the audio on these boards was so poor, most gamers bought a dedicated card.
  6. The board does not require a bios update to post the cpu. Do you have a little diagnostics speaker hooked up?
  7. Not really. I choose the 10850K because its the fastest + plenty of threads.
  8. Not sure which version the thunderbolt header is. I would assume the newest of versions, but please don't quote that. 10 years tech jump? Notice a difference? Well yes for sure. The entire system will simply just be much faster and responsive. You will be about doubling the memory bandwidth and an increase of processor IPC between 50% - 100% performance gains. The only concern I have is running windows 7 on a modern board while setting up may be difficult if the board is not equipped with a PS2 port. The biggest battle is always getting USB drivers.
  9. You're very welcome. I'm 100% confident he can help better than myself.
  10. Cool cool. But every one's processor comes overclocked from the box. AMD with SenseMi algorithm typically can boost a chip to it's max without user intervention. Intel with it's high frequency boost durations, also self overclocking generally to the max. Most of these people are overclocking and don't even know it sadly. Just because you did it manually, doesn't always mean a performance gain. #1 posted thread at LTT...... "Just built a PC and I get a black screen" They don't even know where to start a diag for first post failures let alone
  11. That's kinda strange. I'm going to tag @unclewebb because he'll be able to help with this one better than myself I think.
  12. Yes, this happens. The reason is because the bios doesn't have enough space to store Agesa code for all 4 generations of Ryzen processors. The bios is not really "one way". You can recover the bios with the factory default. Then flash up from there. The cpu that is supported by ALL revisions of bios updates on all AM4 motherboards is the Ryzen Athlon 200ge.
  13. You are just misunderstanding this forum in it's entirety. It's not an OC forum. It is not based around overclocking and benchmarking. And that's why you only see scattered chat about it. For most people that visit this super wonderful place, an overclock is set XMP and turn on PBO. And then everyone with similar rigs will have similar results as the desire here for most people is to game and learn about ALL the other tech that's out there, not just a Cpu and Gpu overclock and arbitrary score. That said, you will never get the moderation to budge on this to