So i have a x370 (Asus Strix) and just checked it supports the 3700x (through a bios update).
My concern is if i should keep it or get a x570 motherboard. If i keep it, i’d lose some features like pbo and xfr and maybe some memory support since qvl is quite old (2018) and hasn’t been updated.
two 8 core chiplets i believe since the chiplets can be configured up to 8 cores
Also for those asking if it will stay on the am4 socket, it will. AMD said that the am4 socket will be supported till 2020, after that it will be am5 and so on
I've worked with both cat5e and cat6, first one it was easier to crimp unlike the latter, it was pita since cable is stiffer (mostly installing the rj45 jack since i had the electrician help me rout the cables through the house). so ymmv
Well the X model is if you want to deal with PBO overclock. Not sure if the X has a better stock cooler or both SKUs come with the same one (wraith stealth)
2600 is one of the best price/perf cpu especially if you can oc it to 4.1GHz. I wish my 1600 do 4GHz, it does 3.9GHz @ 1.425V.
I would suggest on looking for ram with samsung b-dies (like g.skill flare x or trident z (cas14) if you're getting 3200mhz)
Here is a nifty tool to find those kits
Just a little background info, was trying to overclock my ryzen cpu (anything below 3.6 GHz), set ram to 2933 MHz and it booted, restarted the pc and it wouldn't boot to the os.
So i decide to just try with ram and no oc, boots into windows, crashed and after that no post at all, can't even...
So i used Zadig to install a gamecube controller hub and accidentally overwrote my mouse drivers and it's not being recognized in mouse's software (Logitech Gaming Software)
Current mouse is a Logitech G Pro and this is how the device manager is showing my mouse's drivers
I'd like a way to...