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aygung

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  1. just posting this, to provide info. downloaded windows drivers for amd, and switched to amd balanced power settings. went to bios and turned xmp off. (went to stock ram speed) did the same render and ended about 9:00 mins. (reference time is 8:40 mins) notcied that case fans were not taking the heat source as cpu on bios, those temps above were when case fans were running at lowest speed. so changed the source to cpu, Fans go faster when cpu is under load now. temps were worse, hitting 84 for a few secs and average of 81c as I watched these the whol
  2. getting a new mobo is not an option atm. if I could, i would really go buy a mobo that costed as much as a new car and choose between the infinite choices from my local vendor but i unfortunately in my country I can not. so saying "go buy a new mobo" did not help sorry. if these readings are normal for the quality of the mobo, then it's okay. i only want to know if these readings are normal at %100 or not. reminder: no overclocking - no overclockig - no overclockig - no overclockig - no overclockig - no overclockig unlike this test in the vid
  3. hello all. This is the first time I am using amd cpu in my life. I had to buy a new diy-budget----" workstation " (I have been bashed before for calling this sytem a budget - read carefully: not a gaming computer but a " workstation ". this may be a good budget for a gaming computer but it's not even close for a good 3d content creating/rendering computer) and so I went with these: (going to write only the things that matter) msi x570-a pro (seemed like the better choice than b450 tomahawk max which was the only other option - both mobos were selected based on user/websit
  4. thank you everyone for the comments. as i see i should get a new psu. thanks for the explanations. it helped.
  5. hello everybody, i have this old seasonic m12 600w psu sitting around. it's 13 years old and I used it for a nice 6 years without any problems (even when I was into computers and did overclocking with a Q9550. it's all in the past now.) and then this pc got retired. money is a very big issue so I will definitely want to go with this psu instead of buying a new one if I can... I am planning to build a new budget pc for 3d design and cpu/gpu rendering. ryzen 9 3900x and a rtx 2060 super. (msi rtx 2060 super VENTUS GP) all the psu calculators show smth around 450-500w f
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