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About _Grid21

  • Title
    Content Creator
  • Birthday Oct 28, 1992

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Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Biography
    Just a normal dude on the internet that loves computing, video games, and using my life as an example.
  • Occupation
    Twitch Streamer


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700 3.2Ghz Pinnacle Ridge
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG X470-F GAMING
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti
  • Case
    Corsair Graphite 760T White Full Tower Case
  • Storage
    2 1TB hard drives set up in RAID1. 1 2TB Hard drive for video editing and 1 500GB for rendering.
  • PSU
    EVGA G2 SuperNova 750 Watt PSU
  • Display(s)
    3x Asus VS247H 1080p 23.6inch, Dell U2414H 1080p monitor.
  • Cooling
    Standard Fan Cooling, Mostly Corsair LED Fans.
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Chroma RGB keyboard
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Chroma 2014
  • Sound
    Realtek Audio, to many devices to name.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. Does it also help extend the life of the fan on the PSU?
  2. Hmm, interesting. But if the maker of the PSU made it properly, then something like an Echo mode doesn't make much sense does it?
  3. But like, that doesn't make sense because PSU fans barely make any noise? If the PSU is down in the bottom of the PC, how would you be able to even hear it?
  4. This is a quick question. I don't believe in the idea of PC parts having an Eco mode because if the bill is paid, then just use the electricity. But my new EVGA G3 PSU has an Echo mode for the fan but I don't get it and I think it's kinda stupid considering that a normal fan only uses 5 volts of power. What's the point of being able to switch the fan off when it uses so little power and no noise, which I don't care about PCs making noise anyway. xD
  5. Yeah I meant QVL, sorry I couldn't remember what the term was. I'll try again here. The Extra ram I have, isn't on Asus' QVL for my motherboard. I don't think using off QVL ram would be a good idea when I am trying to verify an issue.
  6. Ok, but how do I tell if it's the ram? I am only using ram that is verified for the motherboard and while I do have another set of DDR4 ram, it's not been verified for my motherboard.
  7. That's fair. Is the Ryzen X470 Platform Known for this issue? Am I the only one to have this issue? I always feel like I have the problems no one else has and obviously I my motherboard, ram and CPU are NOT that old, I've barely had it for a year or 2 by now.
  8. I do use DOCP, but this is a REALLY random event and rarely happens. I have 4 by 8GB Corsair Vengeance CMR16GX4m2C3000C15. It's clocked at 3000Mhz. But I don't really know how to manual OC something without breaking it so I just let the Motherboard figure it out. But because it is so random, I don't know how to narrow anything down which is why I felt I should just let EVGA replace my PSU since it's under the warranty still.
  9. Do you think I took the right steps I did to test things? What else could cause a PC to randomly Black Screen, then reboot? Has AMD systems been known to have this issue? Is this a Windows issue?
  10. Ok so I should just go ahead and let EVGA replace the Power Supply and for now, just keep using it? I do have a voltmeter, but you're right, I don't know how to use it on a PC. Is there a way to learn how to use it safely?
  11. Hey all. I got a really really bizarre situation I am going to try to explain. Here we go. I have an AMD Ryzen 2700, an Asus ROG Strix X470-F, an EVGA 980 Ti FTW, and an EVGA G2 SuperNova Power supply. Also some extra storage drives, capture card, PCIe to USB expansion card, Corsair H115i AIO, and an internal USB hub. Yesterday, I was at my PC, doing general things, when all of a sudden my computer blacked screened, then rebooted. I logged back into windows and checked the Event Viewer and I saw error code 41 Kernel-Power. I then went ahead and started running benchmarks to see if
  12. Is Amazon a trusted place to get a used phone? The idea of something being used to me makes me feel like it's not going to be as reliable as new. I mean how, for example, the Note 4 had a battery plate you could remove easily to get to the battery, sim card, and Micro-SD Card.
  13. I am used to the brand and I've just enjoyed the quality of my Note 4 for the last few years so I wanted to stay with a brand I know and trust. How well can you trust used phones though? I've always bought stuff new, never used.
  14. I was watching a video about the Samsung A51 and while it seemed good on the surface, apparently the processor, battery, and camera wasn't that great. The Note 9 and 10 are to much for me, but what other top tier phones does Samsung have that's around at least $500 that can have expandable storage, user replaceable battery, great camera, and a nice host of sensors and little side features to it? I feel like trying to find a decent phone for myself hasn't been an easy road. Let me know and thanks in advance!
  15. Replying to both of you, I just wanted to make sure I had a system was that was ready both in power supply, and also in CPU. I assume that my Ryzen 7 2700 isn't going to be a bottleneck for a 3070 right?