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AMD A10-9600P

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About AMD A10-9600P

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    Member

Profile Information

  • 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
    HP Envy 14-eb0000na, i7-1165G7, Xe iGPU, GTX 1650Ti 4GB, 16GB RAM @3200MHz, 1TB SSD, FHD+ 16:10 touchscreen
  • Phone
    iPhone XR, 128GB, Black

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  1. What is the issue with the headphone jack? Have you tried different pairs of headphones? Have you tried using the headphones in different devices? If you had this issue on two previous laptops then you're either very unlucky, or the issue is not with the laptops but the headphones. If there is a hardware issue that cannot be solved and the machine is within the warranty, then the manufacturer should take it back and either repair or replace it. Failing that, the retailer you got it from should be able to help. This thread caught my eye as I've been grappling
  2. AMDs older APU (combined CPU and GPU) drivers back before Ryzen were a joke, but thanks to the popularity of Ryzen they have really been able to step up their game. I had a soft spot for their older A10 CPUs back around 2016 as they offered more cores and superior graphics for the time, but they aged terribly, and driver support was horrendous. The opposite is the case with Ryzen - Ryzen APUs are brilliant so are hardly ageing at all and driver support is incredible compared to the previous AMD standards. None of my friends or family using Ryzen laptops have had any iss
  3. In what world is War Thunder worth more than a career, and your freedom?? Despite being from the UK, I won't pretend I know the ins and outs of this as I know very little about our military, but what I do know for sure is that this is an incredibly stupid way to lose your job and potentially freedoms too.
  4. Hardly noteworthy I'm afraid. Microsoft opened up the dev channel to more devices recently, but stated that this does not mean you will get Windows 11 when it does fully release.
  5. As said by the others, that is not a new laptop at all, the parts are coming on 10 years old now. You really won't be able to squeeze much performance out of that thing, especially in newer games. There's also very little information to go off here, what game and what settings?
  6. Please remember that 11th gen U series CPUs cannot be undervolted as some people are suggesting. They are locked almost completely. How new is the laptop? If it is within the return period and this has been happening since you bought it then I'd try and get a like for like replacement. Also check that nothing is going on in the background. Some programs can be really sneaky and do lots in the background without giving you any indication, aside from thermal issues.
  7. I think I've only ever seen 2 roundabouts in North America, having been to 4 US states and 2 Canadian provinces. Here in the UK they're massively common (I've seen a lot in mainland Europe too), and a good chunk of what you learn when learning to drive surrounds roundabouts. The concept isn't that difficult at all when you learned to drive with them and they can keep junctions a lot, lot clearer than traffic lights and give way or stop signs, but I imagine that they can be an absolute pain when no one in the area understands how to tackle them. When they work though, they are very useful. The
  8. I think I'll be investing in Iberia later today, I've toyed with the idea for so long that I may as well do it and complete my map set for now! That's true, well if your PC can't handle the game too well don't get any more maps yet (DLCs or mods), as they don't help. Yeah the performance is incredible considering that there should be a bit more overhead. Plus it's a free update! Win win!
  9. Depressing stuff this, let's hope the government can actually get Amazon to do something about this. I'm hardly surprised though.
  10. Nowhere near as impressive as others here, but my Logitech gaming mouse. It's outlasted two laptops and is still working flawlessly with my current gaming desktop. I originally got it in 2014 with an HP laptop, and used it with my 2016 HP laptop, and now my 2020 desktop. My first HP laptop has also lasted surprisingly well, having been used for school last year after my 2016 laptop packed in. It's done better than my brand new ZenBook, which went in for repair only a month or so after I got it (still a lovely machine though, I just hope it comes back fixed and in one piece!).
  11. I've played since 2015 and have been playing a lot recently, and I have to say that even the beta is brilliant. TruckersMP was often very laggy and glitchy, with trucks clipping into each other and causing huge amounts of damage, plus physics was a bit off, especially the path the trailer followed the cab in. SCS have done an amazing job, and if you're trucking with up to 7 other friends, it is better than TruckersMP is at the moment in my opinion. Plus you can drive how you wish and not get banned! The traffic is great too, having played it yesterday evening, everything was synced
  12. I have yep. My old S4 mini didn't have any intrusive ads and it cost me just £150 new.
  13. That's fairly normal, I wouldn't worry too much about it.
  14. As big of a cut that is, nothing, and I mean nothing, could entice me into buying any device with preinstalled ads. Regardless of whether the ads are removable or not.
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