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About Lubos_Rehounek

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  1. So I tried enabling DOCP and turning frequency to 3200 and I was able to play the game for maybe 5-7 minutes (which was an improvement against the previous 2-3 mins) with GPU temps at about 67 °C and then PC rebooted again.
  2. Thanks, I will try that later today as right now I have to work and can't be bothered with the PC not posting. I'll let you know.
  3. Excellent question. I tried enabling a DOCP profile, but that just caused the computer to not POST. SO I did the "trick" with BIOS battery (yeah you can see this is my first PC), went back, disabled it and just tried progressing with frequencies manually. Eventually settled on 3200, which was stable.
  4. Hi, I am on this brand all-new PC: Windows 10 Education 64bit ASUS TUF Gaming B550-PLUS AMD Ryzen 7 5800x ASUS DUAL OC RTX 3070 8GB 4 sticks of 16GB Corsair LPX Vengeance 18-3600 MHz RAM (running at 3200 MHz ATM) Seasonic Focus GX850 Gold 2x 1TB M.2 WD Blue SSD Phanteks P400a DRGB Noctua NH-U12A CPU cooler + one Noctua exhaust flow fan + 3 intake fans through a mesh I am doing no overclocking, just set the RAMs from 2666 MHz to 3200 MHz, which seems to be the "official" supported clock speed by the new Ryzen. RAMs are rated for 3600 MHz. I am having no problems with other gam