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  1. OmniDyne

    Monitor display goes green after turning off for a while?

    Gotcha. And it's HDMI to HDMI and DVI to DVI, right? No converters involved, like DVI to HDMI and vice versa?
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    Monitor display goes green after turning off for a while?

    Ah, you're saying one monitor is connected via HDMI and one via DisplayPort?
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    Monitor display goes green after turning off for a while?

    Is Windows up to date? I'm not saying it isn't a Windows issue, but I really doubt it is. Sounds as if it's a monitor fault or a graphics card fault. We're running 20+ Windows machines here with 2 to 3 monitors utilizing HDMI with no green screen issues. Many of them are utilizing AMD RX cards...
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    Motherboard/CPU Troubleshooting

    Have you tried pulling the RAM and trying different sticks? It's not unusual for RAM to go bad, especially with power fluctuations like that.
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    Monitor display goes green after turning off for a while?

    Are you saying you've tried the latest drivers from AMD and you experienced stuttering in games in addition to the green screen, or are you saying you used the driver from ASUS because of the concern of stuttering in games?
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    Monitor display goes green after turning off for a while?

    It's well documented that AMD has driver issues on the graphics side. We've got multiple RX 580's at work and every single one has had strange visual issues. One displayed the same issue you are having; fixed with a driver update. Another 580 gave visual artifacts (white and translucent...
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    Device Management - Some drivers not found.

    What do you mean upgraded?
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    WIndows 10 Slow Performance on video editing with i7 9750 - RTX 2060

    After doing some research, it appears the integrated graphics and dedicated graphics work in tandem. So I don't believe that's the issue. Does the following link help or apply at all? https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/about-the-stuttering-playback-in-premiere-2019/td-p/10202113?page=1
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    WIndows 10 Slow Performance on video editing with i7 9750 - RTX 2060

    When you're editing, are you sure the RTX 2060 is being used and not the processor graphics? Check task manager as you're editing. The processor graphics will show as Intel UHD graphics 630.
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    Help me decide between 2 systems please

    The system with the SSD will perform far better, in every way. Can you spare a bit more money? You'd be better served by something with an SSD and a 1TB HDD. A 128GB SSD will be sufficient. I wouldn't worry about Optane if I were you. I can't imagine it would benefit you in any noticeable...
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    Low physical score on Firestrike for stock 9700K?

    Oh, I forgot to mention that some motherboard manufacturers have more aggressive MCE than others. Multiple reviews from Gamers Nexus show that some boards with MCE enabled push far more voltage than is necessary and this will cause higher than normal temps. When you disable MCE I'd make sure to...
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    Low physical score on Firestrike for stock 9700K?

    I would check this in your bios, enable it, run tests, disable it, run tests. Default, for Gigabyte at least, seems to mean "on". MCE enables a default voltage and clock speed that all 9700Ks are, in theory, capable of operating at. This can be a good thing or a bad thing. If MCE keeps the...
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    Low physical score on Firestrike for stock 9700K?

    What are your temps at? Are you running MCE, or multi-core enhancement (Gigabyte calls it Enhanced Multi-Core Performance, or at least used to)
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    Outrageous US internet

    My God. $80 a month out here yields us 50 Mbps down and 5 up. I find it funny how the ISPs all of a sudden can dish out "unlimited" plans. Strange considering they cried to Congress and the courts that it wasn't possible. Hmm... Another funny thing is that ISPs here refuse to provide anything...
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    PC build for PUBG

    In my view, going from an 8700K to a 9700K is not worth it, at all. You're talking hundreds of dollars for something that may yield single digit increases in performance; that's if you overclock. The 8700K will outperform the 9700K in certain scenarios. You're wanting to move up from the GTX...
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    I have a question about CCleaner

    AV Test certified Malwarebytes. Hmm, I don't see Sophos certification?
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    My Old PC - Bin it??

    My argument would be that over application could be detrimental to the surrounding components, especially with cheaper conductive pastes.
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    Ram slot not working

    Try isopropyl alcohol with the brush. The alcohol will break up the paste.
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    My Old PC - Bin it??

    Agreed. I noticed Intel applies 3 small separate thermal strips on their heatsinks, and it's more than adequate. Interestingly, when you take these heatsinks off after 10+ years of use, the gaps are still existent; there's really no reason to have complete coverage. For aftermarket heatsinks...
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    My Old PC - Bin it??

    Okay great. The CX series dates back to at least 2012, so I wasn't sure if you had an older or newer version. It wouldn't hurt to purchase something like a GTX 1030. Depends on if the computer is having issues playing things like HD video from YouTube or whatever you do on it. Reapplying...
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