Some background: I bought my 3600 ram and enabled XMP but it was unstable and would randomly shut down. I’m running a Ryzen 5 3600 with an x570 mono. I haven't ran specific tests to see if this is a memory issue but turning the mem speed down to 3200 in bios fixed it so I didn't really worry about it.
外围体育投注I discovered the world of memory support lists very recently and the one I have is almost perfectly compatible. I bought this RAM:
外围体育投注And the support list has this RAM:
The only difference seems to be the timings, and my XMP profile uses the timings from my unsupported ram (16-19-19-39). I was wondering if it would be possible to get 3600MHz speed on my ram if I changed the timings for the XMP profile to that of the supported ram (16-16-16-36)? Edit: I'm actually pretty sure that last question represents an incomplete understanding of how ram timings work. I guess my question is, is there any way for me to improve the performance of the ram I have accounting for this new information.
Built a new desktop about a month ago running an x570/3900x. The other day it wouldn’t turn on and there were no standby lights on any hardware. Tested the PSU which worked, tried to jump the motherboard with no results, is there another way to test what could be the issue? A way to test the motherboard or something.
Hi, i have AORUS GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme Edition 11G for two years now. About 2 weeks ago it started overheating. Going over 100 C in idle. Fan at full throttle keep idle at 80-90. Gaming is out of a question. Backplate, including copper part is blazing hot, but the water-cooled radiator is cold.
I have two more years of warranty.
外围体育投注Should i do repair myself or do i send to it to manufacturer? What is average time of repair?
外围体育投注Does it look like hardened thermal paste or broken pump? I tried to hear\feel water flow in tubes, but failed.
外围体育投注I watch Tear Down video on this model to find out:
pump connector is two pin - so no software control.
外围体育投注In attachment vga specs of recently powered on computer.
外围体育投注As the title states, I have one stick, the rightmost one on the x470 gaming ultra motherboard, that lags behind on the rgb effects seconds after putting it right in fusion 2.0.
X470 ultra gaming motherboard
8GB 3600 DDR4 (dark gray) sticks, 4 of them, but I had the same issue with the first 2 already.
Anyone else experiencing this?
Hi! I have a question about this motherboard:
The main colors of the led's ilumination works fine, but, with the xmp led and the one that is in the left and down corner seems to be a little diferent. For example, in the red, blue, green and orange colors seems to be ok, but, with the white or light green seems to change with those two. Is this normal? I will attach an image: