UPDATED - New 2203 BIOS version.
If you are running fine on 1407 and don't need XT support I'd probably recommend giving it a miss.
No base clock increases, just disappointing.
AMD really should of not bothered if the truth be told.
Oh well Zen 3 isn't far off.
The 3800XT is the only worthwhile one, which also happens to be the worst value Zen 2 CPU out of the product stack price wise.
All in all this...
Yup, air cooled, 74-80c under load, 4.4Ghz boost.
I highly recommend it. :)
If in doubt just buy one of these, they cost around £10.
Most of the time I'm measuring well under 400w during gaming.
It's a matter of perspective I guess, some people can be so impatient when it comes to upgrades.
Ultimately I prefer to buy near the beginning of...
Tried updating the firmware to the latest?
Post scriptum and Squad.
For a cheap upgrade just bang in say an RX 580 and add another 8Gb of RAM....
It's just an legacy support mode for older equipment.
Hence it's going to cause far less problems compatibility wise being enabled by default than...
Yup plus in my case I wanted to take a heat source away from that area and have easier access in case I wanted to replace it in the future.
Personally I'm not as fussed as I use to be either, it's more of case of 'meh that will do' these days.
I certainly will not be in the...
It stopped me.
I just refused to pay that much.
And the same will go for Ampere or RDNA2.
The mark of a good PC enthusiast in my humble opinion...
The top m2 goes directly to the CPU.
The bottom m2 goes via the chipset to the CPU.
But the uplink speed is still the same on X570 so it really...
I can understand why it may not boot if Windows was installed on the NVME while it was in the top slot.
You would probably have to run a repair...
CSM should be disabled.
You only really need to enable it for an incompatibility.
E.G Your graphics card is too old to support UEFI etc.
It's certainly a little strange.
Going by the photo it does not seam possible that there is direct air flow getting from one side...
Nah your good.
Waiting for comprehensive benchmarks.
Frequency scalling alone would not appear to offer much uplift as that's not really the bottleneck.
Could be a number of things, you need to run some stability stress tests and try narrowing it down.
I would probably start by running a dozen 2gb...
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