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About MarvintheParrot

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  • Location
    Sitting in the bottom of an NZXT H510
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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix 16GB 3600
  • GPU
    RTX 3060 Ti FE
  • Case
    Lian Li o11 mini-W
  • Storage
    256GB M.2 SSD / 2TB Hard Drive
  • PSU
    Seasonic SGX650
  • Display(s)
    ASUS tuf 1080p, 144hz, ips
  • Cooling
    ASUS ROG STRIX LC240 White
  • Keyboard
    Used Drop CTRL
  • Mouse
    Razer basilisk Mercury
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro
  • Laptop
    Apple MacBook Air 2019 (i3, 8GB RAM, Intel u630. used only for small work loads and on the go)
  • Phone
    iPhone 12 Mini

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  1. All cases should come with standoffs.
  2. Hi! Im looking for an SFX PSU to replace my current 650 watt SFX PSU. For whatever reason 650W isnt cutting it anymore, and when I used two PSU's (One external for experiment purposes) games such as AC Valhalla worked fine, but with just the 650W one, it would BSOD on bootup of AC. Which of the two PSU's would be a better option? The Corsair one has better reviews and I trust Corsair more, and the CM one has more watts and has worse reviews. Thanks for any help! My specs: R5 3600 Asus B550-a gaming Asus LC240 AIO 16GB Corsair vengance pro RGB 256GB M
  3. Thank you for your replies. I will unplug it and leave it off.
  4. This may seem like a stupid question, but I am leaving for a trip, and I wanted to know if it is ok to leave my computer off for the entire time - two months. I am just wondering because I don't want to worry about coming home to a broken computer. Thanks!
  5. Ah, try this: https://dk.pcpartpicker.com/list/PJKcp2
  6. The Crucial Ballistix are much better DIMMS than the Vengeance pros. However, in my opinion, the corsair ones look better. How about this: looks better with better performance ~$100 more.https://pcpartpicker.com/list/9VbkMv
  7. yep. In the startup and recovery settings, it says that the dumps will be stored under C:\Windows\Minidump
  8. Ok, I did that and then launched the game. I clicked continue, and I got a blue screen. However, I still cant find the actual minidump. I pasted C:\Windows\Minidump in the search bar, and there were not matches.
  9. I attempted to enable minidump files, however, I cant find them, even under the directory it says it will be under. Also I tried running PERFMON. It ran for around 3 minuets (even though its only supposed to run for 60 seconds) and then I closed the program as nothing was working. Maybe I'm just stupid and missed something.
  10. Its not on the first raid. I have invested over 45 hours into this game, and I have definitely completed the first raid.
  11. I have disabled DOCP, and tried to run a bunch of other games. Disabling DOCP did nothing. I also ran other games such as Minecraft, Battlefront, and AC black flag. All of them work completely fine. Any ideas?
  12. AC Valhalla, sorry if this wasn't clear. I can disable the DOCP of the RAM if that might help. My CPU is not overclocked at all.
  13. Any time I boot up Valhalla, it either crashes or blue screens my computer, even when I turn graphic settings all the way down to low. I also updated my graphic drivers and made sure to verify the integrity of game files. Any suggestions? Here are my specs: R5 3600 Asus LC240 Asus B550-a Crucial Balistix 16GB 3200 2TB HDD 256GB SSD RTX 3060 Ti FE Lian Li o11 mini Seasonic SGX650 9x Corsair QL120 1080p 144hz Asus monitor