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daldaeus

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  1. Thanks alot for replying. this made me look deeper on the settings. What I did is change the monitor the hz into 75 on the display properties of the monitor even though the native refresh rate is 60hz and also change something on the "list all modes". Now my 2nd monitor is working though all of the modes working are 16:9 ratio but my monitor is 16:10 ratio so I thinkk i will tinker on it more
  2. My previous setup was a laptop and a second monitor. Then now i have a pc and have a new monitor with an rx 5500 xt that has 1 hdmi and 3 DP ports. My new monitor is on hdmi and 1month after i bought a dp to vga adapter so i can use my old monitor that i was using with the laptop. The problem is when i boot up the old monitor is doing fine but goes "No signal" after that. But the windows can still detect it. I can still move my mouse pointer on the 2nd monitor and can al see it with a screen shot. So i was thinking the adapter i bought is faulty. But then my new monitor also has
  3. My mobo doesnt have xmp though. So increasing the dram frequency of the ram in the bios will not damage and void the warranty of my mobo? And if I increase it. the bios will automatically turn it back down until the stable frequency is attained.
  4. Soooo.... I can adjust the dram frequency of my mobo in the bios into 3000mhz?
  5. Ah so the motherboard is an older model. Is it really impossible to do atleast 3000mhz? I was being told that below 3000mhz is not good for ryzen
  6. Mobo:https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/A320M-PRO-E Ryzen 5 2600 Rx 5500 xt 4gb Im planning to upgrade my 1x 8gb 2666mhz cl20 ram to a 2x 8gb 3200mhz/3000mhz cl16 im still near clueless about this things so.. my problems is. It says ryzen 5 2600 only supports up to 3000mhz so Im instead of buying a 3200mhz ram i will go down to a 3000mhz ram but my motherboard says it supports up to 2667mhz but the 2933mhz and 3200mhz has (OC) on it. I was checking this xmp profile thing because its easier to change ram frequency with it but unfortunately my mobo doesnt have i
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