Yea ok. That's normal behaviour. Mobo is retraining the memory.
That's pretty standard when you make changes to the BIOS. Especially if it's memory related as it's likely retraining the memory. Is it doing that...
What does HWInfo say or CPU-z?
You probably didn't overclock the ram to the rated speeds in the bios.
What motherboard is it? It may be a simple setting in BIOS to enable the onboard graphics (if it is an Intel chipset).
Me personally? No.
You'd have to scavenge the internet for some. There might be some youtube videos on it.
My W3690 running at 4.5Ghz was on par with a Ryzen 5 2600 stock according to CPU-Z benchmark test.
Honestly, single thread workloads, I don't...
Maybeeee... if the workload uses 16 threads. In most other use cases, I doubt it.
Yeah... buying cards from China is high risk of being fakes.
At $950 cad... that's pretty close to what he paid brand new.
Personally, I wouldn't pay that much since it's used.
Whichever one is cheaper or looks that you prefer. Honestly performance wise, both of those are pretty good for an AIO since they're 280mm.
Remote Play on PC shouldn't need DS4Windows. DS4Windows is only used if you want to use your ps4 controller for PC Games that aren't on Steam....
Is this for games on Steam? Or outside of Steam.
Ehhh... most AAA titles still do. I wouldn't expect indie games to though. Performance varies from title to title but it's not a poor gain. It's...
You can start but enabling Multi-core Enhancement in the bios, set your core ratio to 50 and see if leaving everything else on Auto will be...
What motherboard are you using?
Short answer: No.
Long answer: SATA port is specifically for storage & optical drives.
Yeah its possible the virus/malware added a bunch of sites to the push notifications setting in your browser that you'll have to remove yourself...
Not a big fan of HP but this deal on Microcenter is pretty sweet....
Are you looking for a computer tower, or a laptop?
If your mobo still has PCI slots, it's probably not going to support SSD storage through nvme via PCI-E slot.
NVME support is "relatively"...
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