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Goowpea

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About Goowpea

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Sep 20, 1991

Contact Methods

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    Goowpea
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    Goowpea#2195

Profile Information

  • Location
    Poland
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Newest technology and everything around it, cooking, games (board, card and PC) and books.
  • Occupation
    Psychology student

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700x
  • Motherboard
    Asus TUF GAMING X570 PLUS
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 3200MHz 32GB
  • GPU
    ASUS Radeon RX 5700 XT TUF OC 8GB GDDR6
  • Case
    SilentiumPC Armis AR5 TG RGB
  • Storage
    Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200rpm
  • PSU
    BeQuiet System Power 9 700W
  • Display(s)
    LG ULTRAWIDE 29UM68-P & Asus VE228 23'
  • Cooling
    SilentiumPC Navis RGB 240 2x120mm
  • Keyboard
    Corsair STRAFE Cherry MX Red
  • Mouse
    Roccat Tyon
  • Operating System
    Win 10 PRO 64-bit
  1. Hi all, Game streaming and game recording is currently blooming like crazy (most probably due to pandemic) and new streamers and tubers are popping like mushrooms (including myself - no shameless plug in this post). I was curious and started wondering. Nowadays we can screen capture up to 8K which gives an INSANE amount of data. Even regular 1080p can give you over 30GB file from capturing 30 minutes of gaming on high settings. What is more important in case when it comes to writing these massive amounts of data? Is SATA III HDD enough or is it
  2. Hi all, Do you know if there's a way to turn off Video Profiles entirely from applying? I've trying to find some solution online, but all of them are from couple of years back and the options to do that are not present in the newest version of the software I'm using (20.9.2). I simply hate those videos profiles. They not only oversaturate any colors but also make blacks appear grey-ish. It doesn't happen to me on static pictures and/or games so I know it's my display's fault. It happens on movies and even yt videos. It starts playing and after a second or t
  3. Hi all, Do you know if there's a way to turn off Video Profiles entirely from applying? I've trying to find some solution online, but all of them are from couple of years back and the options to do that are not present in the newest version of the software I'm using (20.9.2). I simply hate those videos profiles. They not only oversaturate any colors but also make blacks appear grey-ish. It doesn't happen to me on static pictures and/or games so I know it's my display's fault. It happens on movies and even yt videos. It starts playing and after a second or t
  4. Try installing one of your games on SSD and check if it crashes too. If no you have bad drive on you if yes try removing one stick of RAM and if the problem persists try the second one.
  5. You can also try checking the Evet Viewer for any error messages. It may be your audio driver problem. Or just some random Windows issues (list of those goes and goes) that can be solved by formating.
  6. Sapphire Radeon RX 5600XT in that case? You can find it on newegg for 299,99$ so right at the top of your budget and it's just a couple of FPS slower than 2060 SUPER in general. (About 5FPS slower so nothing dramatic)
  7. Nvidia 2060 SUPER seems like a good idea now. Depending on your budget you could also try Radeon RX 5700XT as they are pretty similar when it comes to performance. MSI are ASUS my main go to with graphic cards. I used both brands in the past and never had any problem with them. Nowadays I have Asus TUF RX 5700XT and it's fulfilling all my needs.
  8. In that case try different PSU, but if that doesn't solve your problem I'm afraid it's your MOBO. On the bright side MOBOs for AM3+ are pretty cheap now. Cheape rthan some PSUs I think.
  9. Gradually add stuff to it and if it stops working at some point then you'll have any idea on what to do. Also remember to check RAM sticks one by one (if you have more than one). I'd start with visual inspection of the MOBO to be sure nothing is shorted, because if there's something wrong with it, you might wreck other components by pluggin them to messed up board.
  10. Code 88 on your MOBO means that there's a short somewhere. When you were putting the PC together did you drop a screw maybe into it or maybe some moisture got inside it? I know you don't have any spare PSU lying around, but maybe you have a friend that would be up to borrowing you one from their own build? It seems to be the culprit here. Did you notice any burnt smell or blue smoke coming from your PC? Maybe look for any blown out capacitors on your MOBO?
  11. Did you try to see in MOBO manual what code 88 means? What are you specs? Maybe it's just some overheating issue. Did you wait about an hour (just to be sure it's not hot anymore) and tried to start it again?
  12. The fastest way to figure out where to plug these cables in would be to consult your MOBO manual. Also on the board itself they are amrked but the writing is extremely small so it might be hard to ead when the board is already screwed in. As long as you don't pinch any of you cables or bend your MOBO the cable management is up to you liking. The one from the pics looks fine to me.
  13. Is this happening only in Rust? Other games are unaffected?
  14. Hi, Try enabling the v-sync in your game's options. Or limit the FPS to match your screen refresh rate. Some games have the FPS limiter built in the options. Try on or another. There's no need to turn on both.
  15. It may sound random, but did you try to reseat your CPU? Also check the SATA HDDs/SSDs. I had very similar issue with my PC while back. It turned out to be a busted HDD that had capacitor blown out.
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