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About Nathanpete

  • Title
    Trans Ally. TRANS RIGHTS!
  • Birthday March 29

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  • Location
    Indiana, USA
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  • Biography
    18yo student studying IT and PC hardware. But I am too poor to actually get my hands on any good PC hardware and make myself a rig.
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    MSI MPG B550 Gaming Plus ATX
  • RAM
    2x8GB DDR4-3200 Corsair Vengeance LPX
  • GPU
    Asus RX 5600 XT Tuf X3 EVO OC
  • Case
    Corsair 4000D Airflow (Black)
  • Storage
    WD Blue SN550 500GB M.2-2280 NVMe, 2TB Seagate Barracuda, 500GB 2.5" Toshiba HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair CXM 650W 80+ Bronze
  • Display(s)
    LG 24GN50W-B 23.6" 1080p 144Hz
  • Cooling
    Wraith Stealth
  • Keyboard
    Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition Wireless TKL
  • Mouse
    Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed Wireless
  • Sound
    Razer BlackShark V2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy A51
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    1. Murasaki


      should i be glad or upset

    2. Nathanpete


      12 hours ago, Murasaki said:

      should i be glad or upset

      Well im the one that got the increased IPC so if I were you I would be upset

  1. Not true. It should show both, but it does do both allocated VRAM as one graph and some sort of GPU usage in another graph
  2. Different programs guage GPU usage differently. For example, the xbox game bar and task manager guage them completely differently, despite both being developed by MS. When I had an issue with hardware acceleration within a web browser, task manager was reading GPU usage at like 5%, which was normal, but Xbox Game Bar was reporting 100%. This is what lead me to finding out that letting brave uses the GPU to render videos on YT was a terrible idea and to just use software rendering via the CPU.
  3. Fault in non paged area is an incredibly common BSOD that just happens. 100% random hiccup that causes a fatal OS error. Nothing you can do about it. The problem was that by having a fatal error while installing the antivirus, and antiviruses bury themselves deep into the OS, well when that fucked up the OS, and now it can't boot. Additionally, automatic repair just cant fix problems and that is just how it be sometimes. SrtTrail.txt is now the cause of the error, that is the text file that holds the logs for what happened during the automatic repair, and where it wen
  4. Nope, shit happens. Nothing you can do about it. Again, if this same thing happens multiple time in the next couple days come back here and bring updated log files.
  5. Your computer restarted because of a BSOD that happened while u weren't looking. BSOD's just sometimes happen, and a majority of BSODs are just minor hickups at the very core of the OS or hardware that it is unrecoverable. Hickups happen. They are very rare, u were just unlucky today and it happened. It happens lots more over the next couple of days come back and ask again, and provide updated log files.
  6. Oh I know more voltage is more heat. I just didn't know 1.35 was way above normal, thats all. WDYM by leaking voltage btw, like using more than it really should as the heat increases? And honestly I haven't seen much talk ever about curve optimizers (unless u are talking about fan curves) and negative offsetts only in reference to AVX. And yeah I explained why I wasn't able to address the cooling in a earlier reply.
  7. Thanks for the info, I only realized I was in the "Ryzen optimized" mode not the high power mode just yesterday. Should I switch it back to make sure my OCs do throttle? Thanks for the usless info.
  8. 4.2GHz, but yeah, ive taken it down to 1.294V just to not get a BSOD. I didn't know I was running way too much voltage. Thanks for the cooler recommendation /s, yes I fucking know my box cooler is shit, but it is somehow able to handle this. And honestly, I had no clue 4.2 GHz was less than average for an OC on a 3600. How long was it between running Cinebench and shutting it off? Bc Im very curious what the standard boost window is for the 3600. Or is boost windows and power limits much more common lingo when talking about intel OC?
  9. Ye, was going to get a 240mm AIO, but then I had to spend an extra $330 above MSRP to get a scalped used GPU.
  10. I know this is an aggressive OC for my 3600, and my cooler isn't enough to handle this amount of frequency, but all I was looking for was stability and so far it seems stable, as in no BSOD's or fuck ups, but it is way too hot. Would have expected it to shutdown or downclocked by now. Workload is a 4k handbrake encode, approx 25 minutes to run. I'm curious what is the maximum boost time for the Ryzen 5 3600? Maximum temp according to core temp was 109C. It is currently using 80W according to core temp, at 90C, because I manually turned down the boost to 4.0 GHz when
  11. @Zando BobBy disabling mods in groups of 15 i found out this was the offending mod: https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/7657?tab=files
  12. If one of you has the skills to cleanly de-solder the transistor, and find a identical one to replace it, you can attempt to revive the board. Otherwise yeah it died. Chances are it wasnt one of your guy's faults unless your friend smashed a cable into the wrong socket, causing too much of something to flow through the transistor when u powered it on.
  13. Kinda related, but I remember one of the first few patches of CP 2077 was specifically to translate AVX code to something else, bc players on older AMD CPUs would CTD during the prolouge cutscene, which is the only place AVX code appeared.