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  1. The laptop I will be using is a Lenovo S340-15iil with an i7-1065G7 and I plan to connect an rx 5700 via one of those GPU docks that connect via mPCIe. The concern I have is if the bios of the motherboard will conflict with the mPCIe connection since I have experienced issues in the past with this exact laptop where the bios disabled the mPCIe slot entirely because it detected an unofficially supported wifi adapter (the mPCIe would enable once again after I flashed the firmware of the motherboard, but only with the original wifi adapter).
  2. Do you think this cpu would struggle running GTA V on ultra at 60fps?
  3. I am considering overclocking both the cpu and gpu. I'm planning to purchase 2x8GB DDR4 3200MHz memory.
  4. I don't plan on upgrading for at least 4 years and I don't even plan on adding an m.2 anytime soon as I plan to boot from a 128GB sata ssd.
  5. At the same price point, what B550 motherboard should I get?
  6. I'm concerned about whether I would need to update the bios using an older ryzen that I don't have.
  7. I'm planning to purchase a new motherboard for a ryzen 5 3600 in Canada and the budget is $150 CAD. I plan on moderately overclocking the cpu and I do not care for rgb. It would be preferable if the motherboard included wifi. Specs: Ryzen 5 3600 Stock wraith cooler RX 5700 2x8GB DDR4 3600MHz At least 3 case fans
  8. A liquid cooler may be overkill for a Ryzen 5 2600X, the stock cooler should do just fine. Use that extra money to get a better cpu or gpu.
  9. Budget (including currency): $300 CAD (not firm, can go higher for a better value build) Country: Canada Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: GTA V, CS:GO, Minecraft, Snowrunner, 4k video editing and Android emulation Existing parts: Core 2 Quad Q8300, AVC cpu cooler, 3x2Gb DDR3 1333mhz, AMD Rx 5700, 650Gb 7200rpm Seagate hard drive, LGA 775 motherboard, DVD reader, 500W Thermaltake Power supply, HP Pavilion prebuilt case, One case fan I am looking to upgrade the motherboard, cpu, memory and cpu cooler if necessary in such a way that the rx 5700 wil
  10. This might be the issue here as my motherboard is legacy.
  11. The drivers for the amd rx 5700 will not install using adrenalin 2020 and I have reseated the gpu and made sure the vbios is up to date. The latest version of windows is also installed. Device manager is giving code 43. I do not know what the issue is or how to fix it. Specifications: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 6 Gb DDR3 1333mhz RX 5700 8Gb 700Gb 7200rpm seagate hard drive Unknown motherboard 500W Thermaltake PSU
  12. I cannot use a screensaver since I am constantly using chrome and the burn in still appears if I turn the display brightness down all the way.
  13. I have this ~15 year old LCD monitor that I use as a secondary display and I've noticed that it is perceptive to temporary burn ins (lasting 2 hours after turning the display off). This seems to only occur in a specific area of the monitor at the top left. Is there something wrong with the hardware or is there something in the monitor settings such as brightness or contrast that I can change to reduce the effects?
  14. I have this ~15 year old LCD monitor that I use as a secondary display and I've noticed that it is perceptive to temporary burn ins (lasting ~15 minutes). This seems to only occur in a specific area of the monitor at the top left. Is there something wrong with the hardware or is there something in the monitor settings such as brightness or contrast that I can change to reduce the effects?
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