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OfficerDaddy

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  1. I'm assuming then that if I have that active, there should be no issues right, and I can cross out my ram as a possible cause of the micro stuttering?
  2. Honestly, I'm coming from an intel MSI mobo and this new asus bios is confusing to me lol. I was able to see and find the option for XMP in the MSI bios, but not on this asus.
  3. Hey guys, I currently have the Crucial Ballistix RGB 3600 MHz DDR4 2x8GB. As it says, it's advertised speed is 3600, but when I plugged them in out of the box, I believe the speed was set to 2600 MHz. I have an Asus ROG Strix B550-A Gaming motherboard, and in the bios, I set the speed to 3600 MHz and has since lowered it to 3200 MHz. My question is, is it safe to just change the speed like that, or will I need to do some stability testing? I ask because I get microstuttering while gaming, mainly in Apex Legends. I'm trying to isolate the problem so I can get rid of it, hence the
  4. Okay, I removed the drivers with DDU but I'm still experiencing screen tearing. Do you think this is just an issue with using gsync on a freesync monitor?
  5. I'll try that, but wouldn't the drivers affect all games? Warzone runs fine for me.
  6. - Ryzen 5 5600x - Tuf RTX 3070 - 16GB Crucial Ballistix - Rog Strix B550-a Gaming - 500GB 970 Evo plus - Acer Nitro XZ342CK Pbmiiphx 34" - Freesync Hey guys, I'm experiencing some bad screen tearing / stutters when playing Apex Legends. I'm getting consistently high fps in game with ultra settings, but gameplay isn't as fluid as I'd like because of the screen tearing. I had issues running this game with my monitor on my old set up, (i5 6600k @ 4.2TGHz + GTX 1070), which were major stutters because of 100% CPU usage and > 95% GPU usage. With my cur
  7. SOLUTION: For those facing a similar issue. After literally 8 hours of trying to figure this thing out, I finally got it to work. What I forgot to mention was that my SSD and HDD are pretty old, bought around 2014. My ram was bought around 2017. I bring this up because I thought my memory/storage were the problem. What turned out to be the issue was my Win10 was under Legacy Bios and the riser cable I was using did not support PCIE 4.0. What I did: I converted the legacy bios mode on my Win10 through command prompt. There are plenty of tutorials out there on ho
  8. Hello, I posted here a while ago that I upgraded my cpu and mobo but still used my 1070 while I waited for my 3070. At first the q led light for vga was also on, but I found out I had to enable CSM in bios for it to work. Today I received my 3070 and I'm faced with the same vga q led light with no display. Settings in bios are the same. Any recommendations? On the occasions that I do get a video output and get into BIOS, once I save and exit, even when I didn't change anything, it will reboot and say boot manager missing, press ctrl + alt + del to restart. To which ill
  9. Hey guys, I was having issues getting video output yesterday when I upgraded my mobo and cpu to a Ryzen 5600x and Asus rog strix B550-a. The gpu I was using was a 1070 and I could not get any video, and the q-led light for vga on the mobo was lit. Anyways, I tried using my gf's 1650 super and I was able to get a video output. Figured out if I enabled CSM in bios I could use my 1070. Can someone explain what exactly the CSM does, and why a 1650 super works but not a 1070? I'm picking up a 3070 soon and I'm just wondering if that gpu will also be affected. Cheers.
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