I am trying to build a pc to be used by my both kids and they should be able to play both at the same time.
Here are the available hardware:
Ryzen R7 3800x
DDR4 32GB 3600Hz (2*16GB)
2 x 500GB SSD
2 x 4TB HDD
2 x LCD Screens
2 x Keyboard
2 x Mouse
1 x USB Sound...
I bought 2 R7 3800x, one for me and the other for my son, how can I test which one overclock better, is there any way to test, for the time being I will be using the cooler that came with the CPU, later I will be upgrading to water cooler.
Now, how can I test which one is better for...
well said, thank you
the only thing scares me of x570 is the chipset fan if it dies, but upgradability is important factor.
I am planning on R7 3800x, and would get a mid range x570 for upgradability only.
Best of luck to all
Reading all those reviews of the new RYZEN CPUs, it seams AMD overclocked it to the extreme and call it a day with a die shrink ..... that's why you can't overclock it any further.
Simply by looking at the volt the CPU takes to reach the advertised speed.
Its nicely and will played by AMD this...
I bought LSI SAS HBA 9201-8i card from eBay flashed with IT mode.
I am planning to use the card for unRaid build.
Unfortunately non of my two consumer pc's identified the card.
Both will boot normally and not show the card bios screen and even its not detected by the unRaid or the windows 10...