I guess I'm implying that there seemed to be a lot more bust Radeon VII available than those that were working. 'Spares and Repairs' is a must have tag when selling a Radeon VII it seems.
Are you getting interference from a neighbour? Tweaked the wi-fi settings on the PC/laptop? Does your wi-fi router have enough bandwidth?
Have you tried adjusting the power settings of the HDD with Crystaldisk Info?
Install MyDefrag and do a Data Disk sort. https://filehippo.com/download_mydefrag/
I dunno, Amazon in the UK takes refurb pretty seriously. I buy a lot of Lenovo corporate Thinkpads that way from Amazon and they all arrive with refinished keyboards and plastics and appear like they are a few weeks old at most.
But HDDs? What you gonna do other than full erase and check the...
Slapped the 5960X in and used some Grizzly paste spread nicely across the die. Stuck it to 1.25v with a 4.2GHz OC and the uncore at 3.8GHz. Runs fine and steady. topping out at 61C.
When I get time I'll remove my NVMe system drive, put in a basic build and do some more extreme tuning. I don't...
I remember back around the SKT939 Single core to dual core Athlon days I was upgrading my CPU every 6 months or so. Went from a single core Athlon64 3500+ through several others to a Opteron 180 in no time at all it seemed. GPUs were upgraded maybe every 18 months.
Since 2009 however, I upgrade...