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2023.05.31 17:43 SuperFastYo Dual PC Streaming battlestation

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2023.05.31 17:28 Agile_Low_7190 System Shock - PC performance graphics benchmarks of Graphics Cards and Processors

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2023.05.31 17:23 Ascerta How I got decent thermals with low fan noise on my gaming laptop

How I got decent thermals with low fan noise on my gaming laptop
Preface :
I enjoy gaming. I love my gaming laptop and I'll never go back to the bulkier desktop PC.
I have a family at home that used to complain about the jet engine that is my laptop under long gaming hours, especially at night. I took it into consideration and had to something.
My goal :
Being able to play with a target FPS of 80 (capped) on any games (on high graphic settings), with decent thermals (for a gaming laptop) and with low fan noise.
My specs :
HP Omen 15-en1037nf Gaming Laptop
  • Nvidia RTX 3070m
  • AMD Ryzen 7 5800H (3,2 GHz / 4,4 GHz with boost)
  • 16 GB RAM
  • I play on an CHG90 ultrawide monitor with a resolution of 3840*1080 (more than 4 millions pixels to render)
The results :
Star Wars Battlefront 2
Chivalry 2
How to :
First off, the gaming laptop has to be cleaned out of dust and pasted accordingly.
1) The CPU
As you may know, the CPU is the biggest culprit in terms of heat when it comes to gaming laptops.This Ryzen 7 5800H chip cannot be undervolted. Though it is a very powerful CPU, with somewhat agressive performance with a 105°C max temperature limit.
Disabling the Turbo Boost
I figured I don't need all this performance, I don't need to play my games at 144 FPS and all the inconveniences that come with it, so I disabled the Turbo Boost via a regedit (CPU will be maxed at its 3,2 GHz base clock). Yes, I know many of you are against it, but I firmly believe there is no point in having such a powerful CPU if you cannot cool it efficiently. The extra performance added by the Turbo is not a lot compared, especially in games that relies more the GPU, however it adds a lot of extra heat.
Downloading Ryzen Controller
Ryzen Controller is a downloadable app for AMD CPUs. I will only be using the setting "Temperature Limit" and set it to 79°C max for the CPU. Therefore, whenever the CPU reaches this temperature, the application will automatically lower the base clock of the CPU.
This is important, because without this app, the CPU will rely on the fans to spin more RPMs instead, that we don't want.
You can create a custom preset for this and set it to activate every time the app launches at startup.
Ryzen Controller App

2) The Fans
Damn they can be noisy. We have to keep them quiet.
There are many apps to control them, but I'll be using the default OMEN Gaming Hub. Power Mode is set on "Balanced". Thermal Controls are set on "Manual".
The CPU never goes above 80°C in general with turbo boost off and Ryzen Controller activated.
I don't want the fans to go higher than 53% which is roughly 3100 RPMs or 38 Decibels (I used my smartphone so it may not be 100% accurate). Above this RPM value, the fans would spin too much to my liking. Though we'll keep one last dot at 90°C to spin the fans at 100% should anything happen, just in case.
CPU Fans
Regarding the GPU, it never goes above 75°C in general, so we'll set the max fan speed at 50% for 75°C. Anything beyond that, just like the CPU, is just in case.

CPU Fans

3) The GPU
In order to smoothen the experience, we're going in the Nvidia Geforce Experience app and turn on the "Whisper Mode" setting. Then, go into the Nvidia Controller Panel and set the max framerate to your liking (my target is 80 FPS) for each individual games.
Whisper Mode in NVCP
I've already posted the screenshot results above and I am very pleased with them.
  • The laptop makes very little noise (max 38 Db if my smartphone is accurate enough), it's comparable to a properly cooled desktop PC.
  • The thermals are decent : from 70°C to 80°C during gaming (could be lowered to the 60°C with "Auto" fan management at the cost of noise). From 40 to 55°C during work/internet.
  • Games are fluid and smooth, 80 FPS capped is a sweet spot for my 3840*1080 resolution and don't feel like I lost a lot in performance.
Having an almost silent laptop while retaining most of the performance and keeping thermals low is very satisfying. Please comment on what you think about this, or if you have any tips to give.
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2023.05.31 17:21 CenterWarz [USA-SD][H] EVGA RTX 3080 FTW3 Ultra 10gb, Ryzen 5800X3D, Intel i5-10600k [W] Paypal

Every item is in good working condition.
Prices include paypal fees and shipping to lower 48 only.
Open to offers.
RTX 3080 $625
Ryzen 5800X3D $280 SOLD
Intel i5-10600k $140
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2023.05.31 17:10 __skrap__ AM4 Video Card Upgrade - 1440p @ 240Hz, 5800x3D, 750W Power Supply

I'd appreciate help with a video card upgrade for my AM4 system. I've included the pcpartpicker list of my build as it is today. I mainly play Warzone 2. I'm more interested in higher FPS than ultra settings. I'd rather not upgrade my power supply (or anything other than the graphics card).
Price - I'd like to be around $600 would spend up to $850ish if it is worth it to match my system well for maximum 1440p performance.
Thank you for your help.
PCPartPicker Part List
Type Item Price
CPU AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D 3.4 GHz 8-Core Processor $288.99 @ Amazon
CPU Cooler NZXT Kraken 240 78.02 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $139.98 @ Newegg Sellers
Motherboard Asus TUF GAMING X570-PRO (WI-FI) ATX AM4 Motherboard $328.99 @ Amazon
Memory G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory $109.99 @ Newegg
Storage Samsung 980 Pro 1 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive $79.98 @ Amazon
Video Card EVGA FTW3 ULTRA GAMING iCX3 GeForce RTX 3060 Ti 8 GB Video Card $799.00 @ Amazon
Power Supply NZXT C (2019) 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply -
Monitor Samsung Odyssey G7 27.0" 2560 x 1440 240 Hz Curved Monitor $496.01 @ Amazon
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $2242.94
Generated by PCPartPicker 2023-05-31 10:57 EDT-0400
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2023.05.31 17:08 zedman2 [USA-MD][H]EVGA 1080ti FTW3, FORMD T1 v1.1, Corsair LL120, EVGA 750 G3 PSU [W] PayPal, Local Cash

EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 - Used it for light gaming for a few years, great shape, no issues - $225 FORMD T1 v1.1 - New and Unused, Opened to check for damages when I received it a couple years ago. - $200 Corsair LL120 - $15 EVGA 750W G3 PSU - No issues, ran great for years until I built a new PC, includes all cables (I’m pretty sure I still have the box, just have to locate it). -$60
Prices are shipped.
Timestamps: https://imgur.com/a/XjoUvUZ
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2023.05.31 17:04 trishia42 Asus Strix G18 2023 vs Lenovo Legion Pro 7i Gen 8 2023

Looking to finally upgrade my laptop after quite a few years. I mainly use my laptop for non-gaming purposes such as 3D design (Fusion 360, Blender) and some graphic editing with Photoshop and Illustrator - both for non-professional use - but I also like to occasionally do some gaming; I get into Tomb Raider every few months, and if I had a decent laptop, I'd like to try and get into other games as well. Nothing too crazy but because I tend to keep my laptops just about forever, I like to buy a little higher than what I need so it will most likely last me longer. This is pretty much a desktop replacement as I do not have an office or room for a docking station, so it's essentially used on the coffee, dining table or on my lap on a pad.
One of my requirements was a numerical keypad, so that cut quite a few options out and I eventually had settled on the Asus Strix G17 2023. But then I dropped by at Best Buy and once I started looking at 16:9 vs 16:10, I realized I highly preferred the 16:10 aspect ratio for the larger displays. So now I am considering the Asus Strix G18 2023 (G814) or the Legion Pro 7i Gen 8 2023. Below are the main details of the only currently available G814 configuration in Canada (would have actually preferred a lesser video card for less $), and a similar option for the Legion Pro 7i;

Asus Strix G18 2023 Lenovo Legion Pro 7i Gen 8
G814JI-BS91-CB Custom from 82WRCTO1WWCA1
Processor Intel i9-13980HX Intel i9-13900HX
Memory 32 GB DDR5 4800 32 GB DDR5 5600
Graphics RTX 4070 RTX 4070
Storage 1 TB SSD 1 TB SSD
Display 18", 2560 x 1600, IPS, 500 nits, 240 MHz 16", 2560 x 1600, IPS, 500 nits, 240 Hz
I was able to see the Asus in person, but not the Legion (they can only be ordered directly from Lenovo here). I was blown away by the gorgeous 18" screen - the colours and the amount of real estate to work with is absolutely fantastic (multitasking, multiple windows, panels, etc.), especially when I compared it next to another laptop there that had the same screen size/specs as the Legion 16". I did find the keyboard layout a little odd with what seems to be more space than usual in-between the keys (?), as well as smaller keys for the numerical keypad - might just need some getting used to. Also not sure if it was only the display model but the hinges seemed tight and I found I needed two hands to open the laptop by using thicker points on the thin bezel else it was putting pressure on the screen at those points. It's definitely large and pretty heavy at 6.61 lbs, but the Legion is also 6.17 lbs.
I am a bit worried about all the reports concerning coil whine; although I could hear no audible noise coming from the laptop while using it in the store, I was able to hear a low sound when putting my ear almost right against the keyboard (which sounded like coil whine I think?). At that volume, I would not notice it, but I am unsure if this would be an issue during more extensive load or if it would be covered up by the fans. It doesn't help that most reports seem to be with the 4080/4090 cards and also that some people report it went away after a few weeks or after a BIOS update.
The Legion design looks nice online, but obviously it's not the same as seeing it in person so I don't have the ability to notice all the little things like I did about the Strix (I'm sure there would be some as well). I do like the less "gamerish" look of it, and it would be somewhat more portable due to the smaller dimensions - although people complain the design is not as good as last year's? I know there has also been some reports on the Gen 8 of CPU overheating and loud fans as well.
The price difference currently is about $50 CAD more for the Strix (so like 37$ in USD).
Not sure if anyone has had experience with these two models (or very similar), but if so I would definitely like to hear your thoughts because I am completely undecided. Thanks for reading this far if you did!
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2023.05.31 17:01 atomic_winter Which GPU for my build? 7900xt or 7600xt?

I've been slowly upgrading my PC, and getting to the point I'm ready for a new GPU. I was previously set on the 7900xt, but now the 7600 has dropped I'm wondering if it would be better for my use case on a performance per £ basis..
Specs: Msi b550 gaming plus 32gb hyperX fury ddr 4 3200mhz 650w generic psu (upgrading to at least 850 modular, dependant on gpu) Evo970 1tb m.2 (boot drive)
Amd ryzen 5 2500x Nvidia Rtx 2060
The cpu I am going to upgrade to a 5800x3d Gpu is where I'm wondering about. I mostly use my PC for gaming, I occasionally stream and I use virtual desktop for remote VR using quest2. My build has been solid until now and not noticing any huge issues, except when I'm trying to game record when I'm playing. I get stuttering and the video quality is nowhere near as good as it was and I'm getting a lot of encoding errors at anything above 1080p recording in OBS.
I do some 3d design work as well so I need something that can handle decent rendering.
I only have a two- QHD acer monitor setup, but want the flexibility to upgrade this to an ultra wide later, as I do a LOT of in game photography art (heavy filtering and overlays etc)
Don't mind upgrading the psu above 850 if it's required either, I just haven't yet, because I don't wanna buy something that's not powerful enough for the GPU.
Obviously the 7900 sounds better on paper but if I won't use it to the full capabilities, it seems silly to justify the extra £500 in price difference.
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2023.05.31 16:59 Ranna-yamada Recently bought an rx 6750xt but no major fps increase. And still dropping below 60fps on games such as mhrise sunbreak.

I have a question, i just recently changed my gpu from rtx 2060 oc 6gb to 6750 xt but i dont see any drastic changes to my fps on my games.
My pc specs are as follows:
Processor:AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU Cooler: Cryorig H7 Motherboard: ASUS TUF B450M-Plus Gaming GPU: amd rx6750xt 12gb RAM: 16GB DDR4 2666mhz Dual Channel 2x8gb Memeory SSD: 1TB NVME M.2 Fast SSD Power Supply: 600W FSP/EVGA Fans: 4 × DC Quaser AGRB Fans
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2023.05.31 16:26 GxesanPY GPU Starts to Crash on boot and while gaming

Hi guys its been 3 years I think? since I built my custom PC. So obviously the specs are a bit outdated but honestly for games like league of legends, valorant, and black desert online at medium settings it does really well. It has:
- Intel I7 - 9700K
- 32GB G.Skill trident RGB Ram at 3200MHZ (ddr4) - RTX 2060 super
-Samsung EVO 970 plus SSD - Corsair H100i water cooler - Asus z390-e motherboard

When booting up the computer the onboard motherboard LED flashes white, indicating there is a VGA card (GPU) problem and while playing BDO it has crashed for twice straight. While playing my temperature is around 70 degrees which I think is fine so I personally don't know whats wrong. I've tried cleaning the PC and reinstalling both RAM and GPU as well. But as of right now I'm still thinking it was because I didn't replace my thermal paste for three years on both the CPU and GPU but the okay temperature says otherwise. Do any of you experts here have any idea?
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2023.05.31 15:43 Notwalkin Darkness Falls A20 - DF-Large1-PEP - random chain stutters on dedicated server

Darkness Falls A20 - DF-Large1-PEP - random chain stutters on dedicated server
So i posted in the discord but quite often you get directed elsewhere, I'm mainly looking for other peoples experiences with DF A20 on the DF-Large1-PEP map.
I don't care if you're getting perfect fps/stability on anything else, it needs to be on the DF-Large1-PEP map.

So to be clear, I ran a server a few years back for a group of friends, running DF and it ran great - this was on the standard Navezgane map DF included at that time though.

I host and run the game for myself on the same pc, again, i do this with many games and this was never an issue in the past for DF.

  • 9900k 4.8ghz
  • DDR4 32gb (2x16) 3200mhz
  • rtx 3070
  • 1tb nvme which both game and server are on

First thing, one or two people commented saying RAM would be the issue for hosting client + server on the same pc, this isn't true. Ram is never above 90%, never struggling and when the issues happen, i've seen my ram usage on the entire pc under 60%.

The issue

Again, not played in a few years, so the game and mod itself has had many changes but we originally played DF Navezgane on normal servers, not dedicated, but was getting a lot of turning lag and all sorts, Tested that same world via me hosting dedicated and that lag was gone, we had higher fps too and the game was just smooth in turning.

We made a new world/map, this being the Large1-PEP, fps is great even on high-ultra and then we ran into our first issue... Nearby our starting area/trader, who is a scientist lady refusing to speak to us unless we find eve, we entered a building and was met during our time in the building with completely random stutter lag.
There were no server errors, FPS was not in the 10s, it was just like skipping frames. My normal fps is anywhere between 70-140 on 1440p, my friend on older hardware is at 1080p and gets around 70fps, we both experienced this awful tearing/stuttering in this house though, not the entire time in the house but it made combat very difficult.
It also wasn't stutter that we both had at the exact same time, it was just in the area of the house, walking around, you would feel this lag.

Video isn't super clear vs actual gameplay but, you can see if you look closely multiple stutters in short time, the fps on the side also tanks instantly and climbs back to normal.

edit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4yke3urY9U This has slightly better quality
Again this isn't the usual 1 off stutter that 7 days gives you, for example opening inventory and getting that freeze, this is rapid continuous stuttering that only happens in some areas, such as the one i show in the video.

Info on installation:
The game was freshly installed from steam onto my nvme drive and i copied in the A20 DF download files, I copied that game and made a 2nd game with "Server" name in the title, i configured the server xml the server folder contained already, i found my maps in roaming/7days/saves and can see my "DFalls-Large1-PEP" there.

I have opened ports for both me and my friend who's connecting to my server.

If anyone has experience with the sort of stuttering shown in the video and mentioned here and has found a way to fix it, i would appreciate it if you could share it. Again, the server and game itself runs fine, it's these moments of stuttering that randomly occur in certain areas though, which i'm unsure if it's linked to the Large1-PEP map/buildings.
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2023.05.31 15:27 WindIsKey [Windsor, ON][H] MSI H510i Pro Wifi, Dark Pro 2x8GB 3200Mhz C14 RAM, SF600, RX 5700 GPU, Noctua NH-L9i Chromax, Tokyo 60 Coyote, Drop + Marvel Infinity War MT3 Keycaps, Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro Gaming Mouse, Corsair K100, Damaged 32" Monitor, AS-IS Asus ROG B450-F Gaming ii + ram [W] EMT

Still have some stuff left from the old post, and found some more stuff I'm trying to clear up. Feel free to ask about any questions, more than happy to ship items. Open to trades with a full size clicky gaming keyboard, 1080P 24"-25" 144Hz+ Monitor, PC Case (Aesthetic over performance), DDR5 RAM, DDR5 supported Mobo, AM5 CPU or 12/13th gen cpu that supports ddr5.
As always, I would appreciate a comment for any prices that are off, a downvote doesn't really help me determine which item is off. Thanks! Take care, and thanks for looking!

MSI H510i Pro Wifi Comes with original box and accessories. No issues at all, should be updated to the latest bios. Asking $150 shipped, or $125 if you pick up or provide a label.
T-Force Dark Pro 2x8GB DDR4 3200Mhz C14 RAM Comes in original box, no issues. Clean looking ram imo. Asking $40. Shipping will probably be between $5 at most.
Corsair SF600 80+ Gold SFX PSU Does not come with original box, has all wires except a single sata. SOLD for $115 Shipped to u/Kyle_Zhu
XFX RX 5700 DD Ultra Great condition, tested and temps are great. No coil whine or issues. Comes with original box. Asking $180.
Noctua NH-L9i Chromax Comes with original box and all accessories, except thermal paste. Asking $40.
Drop Tokyo 60 Coyote Hefty board, some quality material. Comes installed with Linear and Silent Otemu Black switches (and a few extra) and a USB Type A to Type C. Can Bundle with keycap set for $150. Asking $90
Drop + Marvel Infinity War MT3 Keycap Set Comes with original box and all keycaps. Can bundle with keyboard kit for $150. Asking $90
Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro Gaming Mouse Comes with original box and accessories. Absolutely no issues with customization or use. I just want to change it up. Can Pair up with K100 for $250. Asking for $85.
Corsair K100 OPX Optical-Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Corsair's Flagship keyboard, comes with original box and accessories. Can pair up with Dark Core RGB Pro for $250. Asking $190.
Damaged 32" 1080P Acer Gaming Monitor Got this in attempt to repair, but yeah I don't think I'll be getting to that. FREE, or $1 if you want to confirm a trade.
As-IS Asus B450-F Gaming ii Motherboard I was trying to flash the bios on this the other day, but the logo didn't light up. So I'm not sure if this works or not. I haven't tested it. Looking for a CPU to test it out with, but selling As-Is, board physically in great condition and comes with original box and accessories. $40
Non-working 16GB RGB Ram Lights up, doesn't boot up. Maybe someone can fix this. FREE, or $1 if you want to confirm a trade.
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2023.05.31 15:16 MestarOfMatel Alienware x14 vs Alienware m15r7 (same specs) vs ROG Zephyrus G14 ( 2022 6700s one)

Hello there! Recently, due to starting new studies, I've been spending more and more time at my university, frequent relocating made me want to upgrade from my soon to be 5 years old hp omen (1070 max q one). After doing some research and checking possible student discounts I decided to settle on either Alienware or ROG Zephyrus G14. I'm stuck between these three machines mentioned in the title:
X14 i7 12700h rtx 3060 16gb 1tb ssd - 1247£
M15R7 i7 12700h rtx 3060 16gb 512gb ssd - 1104£
ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 Ryzen 9 6900HS, 16GB 1TB Radeon RX 6700S - 1550$
Things I'm looking for are: ability to host multiple virtual machines while working/ studying, being able to play new games, portability as well as ability to plug in multiple devices (external display, mouse and keyboard) while at home. (No / very few thermal problems are a huge plus as well).
Could you guys recommend me which one would be a better choice in my situation?
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2023.05.31 15:07 WitheredxWings 3050 on a 500W psu?

So I am upgrading from a nvidia gtx 1660ti to a nvidia rtx 3050 and im wondering if my psu can handle the upgrade. My pc current parts are as follows:
Mobo: ROG B550-F Gaming with WiFi CPU: Ryzen 7 3700X PSU: EVGA 500W RAM: G.Skill TridentZ RGB DDR4 32GB 4x8GB Hard Drives: 1SSD and 2HDD one 3TB WD Green and one a 1TB WD Blue I tore out of my old PC when it died.
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2023.05.31 14:41 vrydynrmlmthfckr Help

Wth happened to my lappy , i just changed my thermal pastes and pads then this ??!
Ps. temp is around 50 when unplugged and temp rises whenever i plug my charger (i know that my charger is fine cuz ive been playing before i replaced my tp)
Pss. My normal is around 70-80+ with browser tabs + discord + game before this happen
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2023.05.31 14:22 Revolution_xx [USA-TX] [H] RTX 3090 FE with Ekwb special edition waterblock, Skyreach S4T, Asus Z690i, EVGA Rtx 3060 Ti, Steam Deck 512GB with Dbrand Magnetic, Ncase M1 V6.1 bundle, EK-Quantum Magnitude Intel,Ryzen 9 7900X, Asus X Noctua RTX 4080 [W] Paypal, Local cash.

Rtx Nvidia 3090 Founders Edition with ekwb special edition water Block and brand new air cooler, Custom 12pin cable 200mm and 400mm on length $920 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/a2S3beI
S4T with 3D Bezel Walnut Machine Power switch Power brick Dell Original PA-9E 240-Watt Laptop AC. $180 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/8LDmupT
EVGA Rtx 3060 Ti XC brand new $365 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/eX5ozSx
Asus z690i motherboard comes with all accessories brand new no original box $275 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/kdHM5EY
Steam Deck 512GB like new only used like 5 times comes with dbrand skin and killswitch 1st edition with magnet and black and portal theme joystick cover and extra killswitch case without the magnets $585 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/C2aGVUD
Ncase M1 V6.1 Silver Bundle motherboard Asus ROG (X570) Crosshair VIII Impact, Ram 32GB G Skill trident Z F4-3600C16D-32GTZN, Iceman ddc com reservoir with ekwb ddc 4.2 pump and Custom power button $600 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/mTSrP5j
Ekwb EK-Quantum Magnitude Intel excellent condition plexi rgb $110 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/7I0NOes
Asus x Noctua RTX 4080 brand new $1500 shipped Timestamp https://imgur.com/a/4BaTk27
New Ryzen 9 7900x no box $350 shipped https://imgur.com/a/ARboJsI
Please comment here first and then pm "NO CHATS" Local Mckinney Tx 75069. Thanks.
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2023.05.31 13:36 Baldamah [USA-NY] [H] CPU /Mobo /GPU Bundle, RTX 3070 [W] Local Cash

Local cash , zip 11235 or Manhattan . No shipping. So please do not ask. Not looking to part out.
Comment before PM please. No chat
Also i have 7700x, 7800x3d, 12900k, 13900k, 3080, 3090 Full builds

CPU,MOBO, GPU. Looking 380
CPU i7 9700k, Mobo Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Elite, GPU Asus 3060 Dual,
Timestamps: https://imgur.com/a/yRDlFfj

EVGA 3070 FTW3 ~ 340 days warranty left, looking $300. No box
Timestamps: https://imgur.com/a/UynhQZZ
ASUS 3070 Strix Warranty 12/20/2023 original owner. This is a replacement under warranty.
Looking $300
Timestamps: https://imgur.com/a/3Ud7Q89
Used for deep learning research and no longer required.
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2023.05.31 13:08 kris_lace We can hate on Nvidia all we want but their strategy is overwhelmingly working out for them, or is it?


I've been following closely the hardware subs like nvida/hardware/pcgaming etc and the sentiment everywhere (even on /nvidia) is that Nvidia are becoming more and more anti-consumer.
This is reflected in some of their technology rollouts (dlss), their marketing (4080/4070Ti, 4060Ti etc), disingenuous benchmarks and promises (8k.., over emphasising dlss3 numbers etc)

Nvidias PoV

Nvidia are continuting their large market share, their continuing their growth and profits and they're continuing their premium status in the GPU market. They've recently hit >1 trillion market cap and are doing well in their corporate markets. They're convinced they're bleeding edge on AI and they're just generally high on themselves.
For their consumer side; Nivida at least are convinced their features such as DLSS, AI frame gen, RTX etc are market leading software enhancements and actually a lot of consumer media agree on some of those points.
In the absolute worst case scenario where Nvidia get called out by media/consumers Nvidia can just afford to unrelease a graphics card and (fuck over their vendors in the process).
In short, things are working out perfectly for Nvidia

Consumer backlash

There's absolutely a genuine and real effort by the community to 'vote with their money' and make principled purchases.
Also as much as those of us here might know about GPU's and are generally tech savvy a chunk of consumers (and prebuilds) are people just buying into the marketing bullshit and not knowing for example that a 4060Ti is pointless to purchase. However, it might be fair to say as time is going on and having access to internet, people are finding it quite easy to research cards before they buy and we're potentially finding people are making more informed purchases too.
In any case we're seeing piles of 4070's rotting on the shelves and we're seeing stock just sit there and not move. We're also seeing a cultural shift to jump to AMD more too.
But it's too early to tell how much those things are actually impacting the market.

Current state

While there's a very real push back from the consumer market against the pricing and marketing of Nvidias consumer offerings Nvidia are in a very powerful position.
It's hard to say how impactful the consumer-push-back is. With the help of consumer-biased media like youtube tech reviews we have seen Nvidia make big changes e.g. Unreleasing the 4080.
I think ultimately we're RIGHT on the line of making a BIG difference but it's just hard to tell.
I think to conclude, as much as consumers making principled purchases at the end of the day, we preach Brand agnostic purchases. So buy the best thing for you and ignore the brand and while in some cases that means going AMD or Intel, it also means going Nivida sometimes too. While the consumer community will always be vocal and backlash and some people will turn away from Nvidia a good amount of consumers will simply buy the best product they can get for their money. At the end of the day we're talking about a real investment that will quite largely impact your QoL (if you game a lot) and is a big sum of money to people.
So I think the real next move isn't necessarily in the hands of the consumer, I think it is in the hands of Nvidias competition


There's rarely been a better time for AMD and Intel to come in and make a competant play. Consumers are acting in response to Nvidias anti-consumer bullshit. But really the actual power plays lay in the hands of AMD/Intel.
What frustrates me is that a lot of the time post-launch AMD (and somewhat) intel end up being a better value. But they never seem to launch with that in mind, they seem to try to get as high a initial price as they can and a lot of journalists have been calling to AMD to just fucking take the market share and undercut Nvidia - especially if that's what they end up doing 6m/1y + after releases anyway.
Addiitonally, while we've seen improvements from AMD in software that's mostly been getting a bad software suite 'good enough'. What we need from AMD is to actually thrive in the software side and make consistently better drivers but also stop taking a back-seat in technologies such as frame gen/dlss etc and proactively go and invest in something and push it forward.
Lastly a word on vendors, we've has some insight into the industry with the likes of EVGA's statements and we know from the unrelease of 4080 that tensions are tight. There is a play here in the vendor circle to reign in Nvidia a bit however, as Steve fro GN put it recently 'Nvidia are obsessed with Apple' and with their purchase or ARM there's signs Nvidia are hurdling torwards a closed ecosystem where they don't really care about vendors - they've already proven they can release a decent product stock (4080/90's) so very little power probably sits with vendors right now. Maybe if they all jumped ship and bundled with AMD then that might help boost the AMD vs Nvidia battle a bit but we're in the realms of wishful thinking here.
TL:DR Bunch of bullshhit, nvidia aren't too heavily incentivised to cave to conumer demands they're laughing the bank. Meanwhile while consumer backlash IS DEMONSTRABLY impactful (unrelease 4080) the main power in this time sits with AMD and Intel and it's high time they did something about it!
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2023.05.31 13:01 MLDG124 is it normal for my Legion 5 Pro CPU to hit 90°C - 95°C while gaming

I have the Legion 5 pro 16ACH6H model, which has Ryzen 7, RTX 3070, and 16gb ram. While playing the Dead Space Remake, Msi afterburner shows that my CPU temp is hitting 90°C - 95°C, and GPU temp is averaging 70°C. My laptop is elevated using a book and does not cover the fans in the back, and I have hybrid mode off. thermal mode is set to Balance. In other games such as Red Dead Redemption 2 or Resident Evil 4 remake, the temperature does not typically exceed 90°C. No other applications are opened, and I am also in an air-conditioned room. is this normal? and what can I do to lessen the temp?
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2023.05.31 12:16 ThePocGuy PC won't turn on when GPU is plugged in

Problem: The PC doesn't boot anymore with GPU installed but older GPU works.
The PC worked for 5 months with the new GPU. On the 26th of May, I got strange artifacting in the browser while I was watching YouTube. After that, the PC did not boot anymore and got an error code from the motherboard. The code was VGA, thus the GPU. I reseated the GPU and used canned air to spray in the PCIe slot. This did not work. After that, I tried to put it in a different slot, but it also did not work. I still had my older GPU laying around so I put it in and the PC worked. Thus, I put my GPU in a different PC to test it and the GPU worked. I did a stress test and it did not give any artifacting this was on a box and not inside a case. After this, I put the GPU back into my PC and plugged the GPU into a different PSU. This also did not work. After this I update the MB Bios it was already up to date with a CMOS reset. And i cleand the pins on the GPU with some isopropanol.

What I did:

What I going to do:

If there is any more suggestions I like to hear of them.

PC specs: ryzen 7 3800X, ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING, 32GB DDR4 2X 16GB, RTX3080, 850W PSU, arctic ii 360 AIO
Old PC specs: i5 7600, 16GB DDR4, GTX1060, 750W PSU, GA-B250M-DS3H
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2023.05.31 11:38 Arsinityy Pc having random BSOD

So my PC after being built started having these random bsod errors. They can happen on my desktop or with just Firefox open. Or just discord. These are the errors I get at very random times: (The stared ones are the ones I get most often) Kernel security check failure * Driver irlq not less or equal * Driver overall stack buffer Irlq not less or equal Kmode exemption not handled * Unexpected kernel mode trap Atempet execute of no execute memory Attempted to write readonly memory Memory management Page fault in nonpage area
I've checked the temperature when playing games. I've reinstalled and reset everything (os,drivers). I've taken it in to a PC repair shop and they couldn't find anything wrong with the drivers or my hardware. I'm very frustrated and the errors keep piling up.
My parts:
Motherboard: MSI B450M PRO-VDH Processor: AMD RYZEN 5 3600X 6-Core 4.4 Processor Cooling: AMD Wraith cooler Overclocking: AMD Turbo Boost Advanced Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (4x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz C16 LED Desktop Memory Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6 Power Supply: EVGA 500W B 80+ BRONZE Operating System Drive: 256GB Intel 760p Series M.2 NVMe SSD HDD 1: 1TB Western Digital Blue HDD 
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2023.05.31 10:14 Duncanv701 Feedback on my build parts list please?

Hey Everyone.
Here is my parts list for a 4K/6K video editing PC running Adobe suite, some VR and Blender.
Intel Core i9-13900K 3 GHz 24-Core Processor
ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 420 72.8 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
Asus ProArt Z790-CREATOR WIFI ATX LGA1700 Motherboard
2 x Kingston FURY Beast 64 GB (2 x 32 GB) DDR5-6000 CL36 Memory
Seagate FireCuda 530 1 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive (Cache for Video Editing)
Seagate FireCuda 530 4 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive (Project Drive)
Samsung 990 Pro 2 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 4.0 X4 NVME Solid State Drive (OS Drive)
Zotac GAMING AMP Extreme AIRO GeForce RTX 4090 24 GB Video Card
Lian Li LANCOOL III ATX Mid Tower Case
be quiet! Straight Power 11 1200 W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
Thermalright Contact Frame
Corsair High Performance XTM50 CPU/GPU Thermal
These parts have come mainly from the Tech Notice Youtube channel from around 4 months ago so my question is are there now better parts I could swap any of these out for instead without a big jump in price? And is there anything I should definitely do to make sure I'm getting the best out of this? I.e. any bios changes (apart from enabling XMP) or Windows set up changes apart from the obvious power settings, Nvidia studio drivers and removing bloat.
I'm pretty set on Intel too incase anyone suggests Ryzen. I also want to use this mobo as the multiple M.2. and 10gbe built in is a big plus for me as we use 10gbe servers for the archive.
I really appreciate any feedback or things to consider as it's a bit cost for us and I don't want to have wasted any money anywhere. Thanks!
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