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The_Murdoch

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  1. You can't really ever have enough for a launch now adays... say you postponed for like 5 months and made more then you could ever need on release, one that's 5 months of delays that would be a huge advantage to competitors, also having too many they may not sell them all right away, also requires a larger initial investment before returns. But really, that argument is reductio ad absurdum. Really, Nvidia dropped the ball really really hard, even if they drop it a bit, it'll be still be better off than Nvidia, also, each day they aren't at market, there are more and more purchases of
  2. MSI B550-A Pro does have a Bios flashback button according to MSI's website. So yah just load up the new bios on a usb, plug it in, do the thing, and good to go. I've never done it personally, but below a member named Digideath explained how to do it for another user. Was pretty good explanation so I've put it below. What you do is you download the latest bios for your board. Extract that to a usb drive. Plug that drive in to the marked usb slot at the back io sheild ( if you are unsure what one, look in your motherboard manual ). Then press the bios button on the io sheild. It will
  3. Another thing I saw someone mention is to see if you can bring it into a computer shop near you and see if they can just pop one of their 3000 series chip in and update the bios for you. Not sure if that's an option for you or not.
  4. Unfortunately, that board doesn't have Bios flashback. You'd need to borrow a 3000 series AMD cpu to update the bios for it. https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/pa-100#faq-Short-Term-Processor-Loan-Boot-Kit AMD does that. Link above.
  5. Hello, I'm trying to build in an NZXT H1 case, and I'm torn between two ram sets, but I looked around and I can't find the like size of it so I know if it'll fit in the case or not. There were a couple videos of the H1 case on release where some of the streamer's tried to put in ram that didn't fit, and I REALLY don't want that to happen. G.Skill Ripjaws V 64 GB (2 x 32 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory G.Skill Trident Z RGB 64 GB (2 x 32 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 Memory These are the two that I'm looking at. If anyone knows where I can find if they fit, or if they have personal expe
  6. there is another thread in this section that uses the rewards to find out when they go on sale, and the idea is 9am EST, 6am PST. Having said that... If you're in Canada, Memory Express has a 5950x bundle already for sale... lol https://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/BDL_MM00001577
  7. https://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/BDL_MM00001577 In case anyone wants a 5950x that badly.... bonus mobo with it too lol
  8. I'm still using an FX processor, so I'll definitely be trying to get one tomorrow morning. I kinda want the 5950x but honestly it's way overkill for what kinda stuff I do, so I'll probably end up going for the 5600x. Having said that, if they said they only had 1 of any of them, I'd probably still get it lol.
  9. Ok, my bad. I didn't understand your images properly. Sorry about that. Ok now I gotta hope they do a refresh itx board then. Or just get one with flashback.
  10. Yes, with an update. But they aren't selling it with the update implemented already. That's what I'm getting at.
  11. That's 3rd gen ready... not 5000 series which is 4th gen. But the article you linked is good. Shame all 3 are ATX and there are no mini-itx or Micro-atx mobos announced.
  12. Yah, but those will take a while to get to if they are the same of already released boards. Took a while before the B450s that you bought were 3000 series compatible. Cause I can't imagine places like Newegg sending out the "5gen ready" mobos out when they still have a stack of the older ones on the shelves.
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