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AMD A10-9600P

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About AMD A10-9600P

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  • Location
    UK
  • Biography
    English/German speaking

System

  • CPU
    i5-9600KF @4.8GHz all core
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z390-A PRO
  • RAM
    2X8GB Corsair Vengeance 3200MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1660 Super OC
  • Case
    Thermaltake Versa J24
  • Storage
    WD Blue 500GB M.2 SSD, Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair Vengeance 750W
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix MAG241CV
  • Cooling
    Corsair H45
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K55
  • Mouse
    Logitech G300S
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Laptop
    ASUS ZenBook 14, i7-1165G7, 16GB, Xe iGPU, MX450 2GB dGPU, 512GB PCIe SSD
  • Phone
    iPhone XR, 128GB, Black

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  1. After just a year I wouldn't expect it to be slowing down that much due to thermal throttling. Maybe check your power plan, is it on high performance?
  2. In that case, thermal throttling is likely your issue. Do you use the computer in a dusty environment? As it has a H series chip I'd guess that it's a laptop?
  3. Are you plugged in or on battery? Which GPU did task manager say was being used, was it the iGPU or the dedicated card?
  4. Probably the 660ti, it won't be much more powerful than the GT1030 though
  5. Plug the cable for the external monitor into the motherboard and it will use your iGPU.
  6. I believe they sometimes have affiliate links, yes. I'm not 100% sure though.
  7. No, I'd wait, upgrading won't be worth it. The 9900K and 2080ti are both still extremely capable parts.
  8. DLSS is ray tracing, so you'll get improved looks but with a drop in frame rate. Another issue I'm seeing is that you've paired the 2060 with a Ryzen 3 3100, so there's likely to be a noticeable bottleneck there. That said, a lot of the time the bottleneck won't be bad enough to notice.
  9. Try using DDU to reinstall the drivers.
  10. That's because that GPU is around 11 years old. You might have to wait to try and find a modern GPU that has driver support.
  11. You need to install GPU drivers, but the GPU you're using is severely underpowered, so even if you can get the OS running with that GPU do not expect good performance in anything.
  12. This is a terrifying idea. I doubt it will catch on, or at least I hope it won't. False advertising and subscription fees should not be played with when it comes down to life or death. I can't even begin to imagine what repercussions the company may face if someone buys this, then dies wearing it, thinking that it should save their life, yet they missed out on the subscription to life for the physical product that they already own. I can see families of people who owned the product and died in them taking a case somewhere.
  13. Stay away from ebay. On scan.co.uk I can find NVMe WLAN adaptors for around £10-15.
  14. Replacing laptop screens is possible if you can get hold of the parts, and have a relatively upgradeable laptop. If it's a more recent, thin and expensive laptop, I'd probably bet that you need to get a professional to do it for you. This could be expensive, and could take a while, but at least you can trust that it will work afterwards. Also, if you use a professional, specify the resolution of the screen that they are replacing; I had a laptop screen replaced last year but they replaced a 1080p panel with a 720p panel, which was fine as I didn't use the laptop for much longer, bu
  15. Seems relatively normal for integrated graphics, especially if you're running a game and flipping back between the game and other programs. Often iGPUs can momentarily spike up to 100% just when opening a program, then go straight back down.
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