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SumRndmPenguin

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  1. I found an old ddr3 8 gigabyte stick of memory in an old build and I'm wondering if it would work if I put it into my family's home computer. It already has 2, 4 gb sticks of memory in it, and I'm pretty sure they're both ddr3.
  2. I'm guessing there's nothing I can do about it besides getting a new card?
  3. I've been having a problem with my new pc. A bit after startup (5-20 minutes) the screen will glitch for a few frames and none of the applications will respond (but I can move the mouse cursor). It will then turn black for a few seconds and return glitched (as shown by the pictures). I have no idea what's causing it. I've tried unplugging and replugging the hdmi cable but it returns to the same screen. Os: Kubuntu 21.04 Specs: Ryzen 5600x, msi mpg b550 gaming edge wifi, Radeon R9 380, crucial ballistix 16gb 3600, Samsung 980 500gb, Seagate barracuda 2tb, lian li lancool 215
  4. I'm going to put together my first pc build soon, but I couldn't find a newer graphics card for obvious reasons, so I decided to use an R9 380 that I found in my older brother's old build. I'm thinking about overclocking it so it can keep up better with the other parts, but I heard that doing so negatively effects the lifespan of the card. Would it be a good idea to overclock the card, or would if be better to leave it stock? Edit: I'm also thinking of running Linux on the new system, so any recommendations on software for overclocking would be appreciated.
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