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About derpkotacasper

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  • Birthday Dec 03, 1992

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Profile Information

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  • Interests
    cars, computers, heavy metal
  • Biography
    Car guy by trade, computer enthusiast Batman.
  • Occupation
    Automotive Technician


  • CPU
    3rd Gen Ryzen 3 3100 4.5 GHz @ 1.26 V
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG STRIX B550 Gaming - F (WiFi 6)
  • RAM
    G. Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 2666 CL19
  • GPU
    Power Color Radeon RX 6600 XT 8 GB
  • Case
    Corsair 220T RGB
  • Storage
    WD Black SN750 512GB PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD
    WD 1 TB Spinning Media
  • PSU
    EVGA 600B
  • Display(s)
    ASUS TUF Gaming 23.8" IPS - 144Hz@1080p
  • Cooling
    Corsair H60 CPU cooler, stock Corsair front fans for case, repurposed Cooler Master Hyper 212 120 mm fan and Raid MAX case exhaust fan
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K55 RGB Pro
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
  • Sound
    RIG 400 Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro - Pirate Edition

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  1. My bad. Build is an ASUS ROG STrix B550 Gaming F Wifi, Ryzen 3 3100, 16 GB at ddr4 2666 and an RX 6600 XT.
  2. I have tried everything imaginable here. A quick google search shows that, yeah, this is impossible and it's an issue with AMD on their end for drivers. I figure I'll try anyways though. When I first got this RX 6600 XT, this happened like once but I thought it was my fault and moved on. My car dies every morning when it's cold and every time you try to start it with an AMD GPU driver in it. I have tried switching operating systems.... From 10 Pro to 11 (lol, yeah, I gave it the ole college drop out) and I am now back on 10. That's 3 cleaned out installations in six months lol. Some erro
  3. The specs for this are in my signature, but just for good measure. The build is a Ryzen 3 3100, an ASUS ROG Strix B550-F (Gaming WiFi) In the menu for Bluetooth and other devices, the option is greyed out as shown below. There was a total of 3 Xbox controllers, but I did some digging, found and removed the ones I could find in Device Manager. I have restarted the computer, restarted the controler, updated the controller's firmware? Is there maybe a standalone driver or something for Xbox controllers in Window 10 that I am missing? Hoping to avoid buying the wireless adapter
  4. Oh my God. The fact that I'm a mechanic and have never made that pun, nor did I catch it when I made it is honestly really surprising.
  5. I found backplates actually! I just kinda want liquid cooling because it's rad lol.
  6. Hi, subject sums it. I am curious if anyone has any information on where to get back plates for a 6600 XT,? It's a Power Color Radeon RX 6600XT Hellhound, card is 220 mm long, I was hoping for a way to liquid cool the card and add RGB to the backplate. I know it's a brand new card, but I was wondering if anyone has heard of accessories for it?
  7. Yes, my front panel audio is a headset port. And I only have HD Audio, no ac97 is available. And the sound quality sucks regardless tbh
  8. I have an actual headset port on my Corsair 220T RGB and should be able to run a headset through it. After an hour of screwing around, I got the mic portion to work but it was mirroring my sound into my own headset and was very quiet to anyone else. Looking to see if there's a way to fix that, I have updated drivers and I am in the HD Audio header on the board. It's an ASUS RoG Strix B550-F Gaming (WiFi 6) with the RoG Supreme FX High Definition Audio CODEC A1220A onboard sound chip. I'm also just kind of... overall unhappy with it. I'm currently in process of installing the Dolby Atmos d
  9. Now what I can't figure out is how to get all my fans to rainbow spiral in sync.... I hate loving RGB.
  10. I found this function actually, it was just that I needed to click where it said Lighting Link in order to get it all to sync up properly. The system looks decent now.
  11. The point of diminishing returns in on Zen 3 is going to be about 3600 - as a solid rule of thumb, aim for half of the first two digits of your frequency as your CAS latency maximum. So you'll see pretty solid performance out of anything at 3600 MHz with a CAS Latency of 18 or lower. I don't know much about overclocking your infinity fabric, but I do know I have seen pretty amazing results overclocking my Ryzen 3 3100. In all reality, for your use case scenario, you'll never need anything beyond DDR4 3200 @ CL16, which I'm only saying because it's the industry standard. You're not going to sat