Did you try disabling the Macrium Reflect and OneDrive in Startup? Also, what is that iCue? Maybe don't run that. Also, your Firefox and MS Edge are taking up criminal amounts of RAM, close all the tabs.
Okay, so iCue is the RGB bullshit software from Corsair. Disable/uninstall it...
Welp, auntjemima and I swapped our referral codes, and we're now happily mining with a 0.25% pool fee reduction. If anyone else using the Unmineable software wanna join in, let us know. Lower fee=higher payout for YOU. :D
The main Binance banned US users (and some other countries, I think it's mainly for Asia). They made some kinda Binance.us exchange, but it's a shadow of the main self. Gas fees are, indeed, supposed to be paid in ETH. As far as being ridiculous, I dunno, when I trade crypto on Coinbase, it...
There's no need to RMA, just use the MSI AfterBurner program and set your own custom min. speed for the fans. I've been using it for years, and it has never failed to hold any and all of my settings for nVidia cards, ever (as long as you click the little diskette icon after you set it up the...
I was configuring a fresh Win 10 Pro install earlier today, specifically, the web browser and shiznit. I wanted the default to be Google Chrome. I opened MS Edge, then started typing "dow-nlo..", before I even finished typing, it prompted me with "Download Chrome".
I was laughing so hard, as...
Basically, the main problem to solve here is the airflow - air in, air out. The airflow, if inside, needs to be consistent - pump out as much as what you get in. It's similar to a closed up PC case. (At least that's what I think).
DISCLAMER: I am not a scalper. I just took advantage of the opportunity when it presented itself, MMKAY?
That's kind of what I did. I bought a v56 about 2 years ago for $500, and used it the entire time (mining, of course), then I sold it a few months ago for $700+ on ebay. Badabing-badabang. So...
EHHH! MicroCenter is mother fucking fine. The guys in the store are super nice and helpful and polite (St.Davids, PA). It's a shame they are getting review-bombed, but that's the internet of today for ya. I've had nothing but great customer service from the guys at MicroCenter when buying this...
I have an EVGA GTX1660Ti, with a defect. When it's installed in a machine, when just sitting at desktop, it seems to be okay. (Short version of the issue) As soon as I subject it to any amount of graphical stress, the fans ramp up to like 15000 rpm, and there is nothing I can do to change that...
Remove all of the risers and install the radeons one by one into the full-length PCI-E slot, test them all one by one, to see if it's a card problem (which is very likely, they are old). If the cards all check out, then install a riser and one working card, and test the risers one by one...
My message to scalpers:
Hope this is what you wanted
Hope this is what you had in mind
'Cause this is what you're getting
I hope you're choking
I hope you choke on this
I hope you're choking
I hope you choke on this
-Tool, "Tics and Leeches"
Back in the USSR days, my mom and I stood in line for 2 hours just to buy a few loaves of bread. These GPU launches are a pathetic miserable fucking circus.
(luckily, it was summer).
Fugga you, Nvidia, and fugga you, AMDEEEE!
Eh, I don't think AMD drivers are necessarily bad. They are, however, clunky as f**k, because they were designed by engineers, to be used by the same engineers. They lack the average-user-friendly finesse; it's like the people that designed them used Windows 95 as the prime design example to be...
YES! Use BOTH!
CROSSFIRE FOR THE WIN! *heavey metal music starts playing in the background*
*starts moshing to some heavy metal music in the background*
3DMark! *keeps moshing*
Just make sure you have Crossfire enabled in the Radeon Conrtol panel. (It enables itself on its own if it detects 2 of...
right click on desktop space somewhere,
click Radeon Contol Panel ( or whatever it's called),
global setting, gaming,
click the name of the Graphics Card,
a new menu will open up,
depending on what version of Catalyst you have, it'll be a tile on the bottom-left,
if you are on the 2020 Catalyst...
It's not dying, it's that you are using AMD cards to mine, which is mining at a loss. AMD cards have been garbage for mining for some months now.
nVidia, on the other hand, are doing fine. You also need to tune each algo's parameters, instead of leaving them as "Automatic".
You don't want to mine anything on a laptop. If anything, you could build a crappy desktop, with some powerful AMD CPU, and mine Monero (RandomX), since AMD CPUs pwn noobs on this algo, apparently, compared to Intel. Otherwise, at this point in time, it's simply gonna be a loss to build a mining...
Newegg's main distribution center is actually right there in California, you should just order online and they should ship it to you the next day, I would imagine.
5700 - $350 US
5700xt - $400 US
I would get one of these brand new:
$235 Canadian Rupies, brand new.
MSI have been good to me recently, on multiple occasions. I have had bad RMA experiences with both Assus and Gigabyte, so I haven't bought anything of theirs for over 10 years now. I would buy an MSI board, or a graphics card any day.
I ordered mine yesterday, I need some new nVidia card to replace my old school Zotac GTX 970. (My RTX 2080 is doing pretty fine, though. I have way more than 2 computers, of course :D). And, according to the tracking number, ETA is Saturday. I'll post some shiet when it comes in, after testing...
Good solid question! Everyone needs to go to their local source of icy cold water, and drink a full glass, and pour another glass on their face, and chill the hell out. All this wild speculation only makes you all look like a bunch of immature, impatient nervous rhesus monkeys, who can look in...
Heh, pretty much what IdiotInCharge said. Last night I literally defrosted half-a-loaf of potato bread on my Vega 56 exhaust air. As in, from fully frozen to nice and soft in about 10 minutes (I had to leave it and walk outside to do stuff), but shit, it puts out enough hot air to keep my room...
Oh yeah, I posted that before I've seen and read the myriad of benchmarks, and the 1660Ti and the 1660 don't look all that bad. Good clockspeeds and good performance, in general, so yeah, you can disregard that part of my post :D
PS. The Ti version looks pretty beastly, but I wish they'd drop...