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Borgus Bohr

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About Borgus Bohr

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday December 12

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Canada
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Arts, Science, You
  • Occupation
    Photographer

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5900x
  • Motherboard
    MSI X570 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    64GB 3200mhz CL16
  • GPU
    RTX 2070 Super
  • Case
    Carbide 275r
  • Storage
    500GB 970evo plus, 500GB 860 Evo, 4TB Qvo
  • PSU
    Corsair TX750M
  • Display(s)
    LG UK650
  • Cooling
    Corsair H150i Pro
  • Keyboard
    Xtrfy K4 Retro
  • Mouse
    Razer viper Ultimate
  • Sound
    Yamaha HS8 with Scarlett 2i2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Is it possible to manually adjust aio pump speed in bios? Or is it only possible in software? (Corsair)
  2. With a new X570 mobo and Ryzen 5900x... Should I install the chipset driver from AMD's website? I have the new motherboard and cpu for about a month and everything seems to work fine. It is my second build and I just learned about the "need" to install the chipset driver. Do or don't? Thanks
  3. Does usb 3/3.1/3.2 on motherboards uses pcie lanes or does it use a different "path"? Thanks
  4. I currently have a MSI x570 Tomahawk with a 5900x and it's a solid mobo with solid vrm. I use it mostly for content creation and it's very stable. That motherboard goes under the radar for a lot of people but it's worth having a look at it.
  5. So if I understand, the memory chips that "stores" the data is different (made by different manufacturers), and everything around that controls the chips it is the same?
  6. I have two kits of 32GB (2x16) from corsair. They both have the same product number and specs. If I look at the version number on the sticks, I looks like one pair is Samsung, and the other pair is Nanya. Is it alright to mix them? Could that cause any real life problems? It's for a workstation, and currently they are all running at 3200mhz cl16 (advertised speed and timings) with xmp on. Thanks
  7. Based on the version number, I have 2 Samsung and 2 Nanya. They are two 32GB (2x16) kits from Corsair (total of 4x16GB). They all have the same part number and specs. Do you think mixing two dram manufacturers is bad or doesn't really matter? They are rated for 3200mhz and I am not planning to overclock above the advertised speed. (They are currently running at advertised speed.)
  8. I find it faster using the keyboard, and I only have to tap the spacebar to wakeup the screen. In MacOs for example, there is a shortcut to turn off the monitor and I find it convenient. I'll do a macro with Auto Hot Key to make it happen but it would be nice if there was a shortcut to close the display in Windows.
  9. MSI (x570 RAM list) website tells me my Corsair RAM sticks are Samsung, and CPU-Z tells me Nanya. Are they the same? Who tells the truth? thanks
  10. Hello, Anyone knows a shortcut in Windows to turn of the display monitor without the computer going in sleep mode?
  11. With that CPU, between 60 and 80c is normal.
  12. Yes, should be good for 1080p gaming in those kinds of games. Even games like the Witcher 3 or RPGs from that time could run nicely if you tweak the graphics settings a little bit.
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