I recently switched from console gaming to PC gaming. I am trying to get the best performance possible, so I'm experimenting with overclocking.
I recently bought some Corsair 4266MHz RAM and can't seem to get the XMP settings past 3800MHz without reverting to 2133MHz after booting Windows. I tried 1.45 volts at 4000MHz, and it still did not work. What do I get to do to get my money's worth and crank it to 4266?
I'm new to PC. I will be running triple 55in monitors at 1080p and 120Hz, and I want to have all the settings on high for iRacing.
What do I need to get? I don't want to over-buy but sure don't want to under-do it as well. I was looking at a Ryzen 9 5900 with an RTX 3090, but that's a lot of power lol; I'm disabled now, so this is my new hobby. I have been iRacing for about a year now. Thx for your time.
I would like to upgrade my home computer. It is a Lenovo IdeaCentre with an i7-3770 and 12GB of memory. Would a 10th Gen i7 be a noticeable improvement?
I use my computer to surf the internet, store pics, music, and keep financial documents and business forms. Would this be a beneficial upgrade for me?
What are your opinions on reusing my old PC parts to build a PC for my mom? She would like a desktop build for streaming meetings and presentations along with apps like MS Office.
I currently have an Intel Core i5 3570K, ASUS P8Z77-V motherboard, and 8GB of DDR3 memory. I am just wondering if it would be enough for some years to get by. Thanks!
I have an ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming ATX motherboard and a GIGABYTE Radeon RX 570 Gaming 8G. Only three of the graphic card ports are working. Is there a setting problem, or does the system only support three monitors? My local shop says this is the case.
I wanted to know how to optimize my current laptop: ASUS TUF Gaming FX505, for video editing and photo editing software.
The main problem I face while using multiple editing software is that the laptop hangs, and then the application crashes. I could not find the option to switch to a studio driver in the GeForce experience application.
Laptop specs are ASUS TUF Gaming FX505 Intel Core i7 8750H processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060.
I wondered which of these two laptops would be best for someone who likes to play MMORPG games. I am fairly new in looking into specs for PCs.
I play games like Fallout 76, which is the primary game that I play. Also, right now, they are the same price. If you guys have any insight on which would be better, that would be awesome. Thank you!
Hi TweakTown, greetings from Indonesia! I have an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X and ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Gaming, and now I am looking for RAM kits.
At the moment, I am considering between Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB 3200MHz C16 (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16) and G. Skill Trident Z Neo 2x8GB 3200MHz C16 (F4-3200C16D-16GTZN). These two are my strongest candidates after consulting the motherboard QVL list.
So, I need your help in choosing one of them considering these variables: a. Single or dual rank? b. Samsung vs. Micron vs. Hynix die? c. Frequency: 3200MHz or 3600MHz? d. Latency Cl 16 or Cl 18? e. Capacity: 16GB or 32GB? f. Brand reliability: Corsair or GSkill?
What's the best mid-range PC for gaming in early 2021 based on an Intel CPU?
What's the best value entry-level PC for gaming in early 2021 based on an AMD CPU?