i had some command/3M hooks around the house, they hold the headphones just fine on the wall... now to find one that doesnt 'hook' into the fabric head rest and i'm set
(and if i find one the right shape/size etc i'll just stick that on the front of the case and call it a day)
Hey guys, question
NZXT headphone puck would look awesome on the front of my white fractal R5 case - but the front panels plastic not metal (my headphones fold flat, so for storage/charging it's a perfect location)
anyone got ideas for a similar headphone puck that doesnt use magnets, or an...
With windows 10 i often dont even bother with the reboot
run all the installers at once, including my bulk VCredist, DX9, and dotnet installers, my commonly used programs (potplayer, MPC-HC, chrome) and then just fire up games or benchmarks before i even reboot
a very small amount of...
pretty sure they thermal throttle around that range, depending on if its reading core temp or socket temp - 60-70C would be in the throttling range (and the VRMs can cause throttling as well, even if temps are lower... you need to run something like IBT and see if the scores drop between runs)...
The FX series has a bad reputation for being power hungry, hot, and misleading on the core counts.
Also with that high a power draw dont forget to check your VRM temps, often you'll throttle CPU performance down despite it being 'cold' because the VRM's are the ones throttling you (and very few...
i've been on the beta bios with raven ridge support on the x370 gaming pro for a few months now, and its quite a stable BIOS - MSI have removed a bunch of pointless features and slimmed it down a nice amount.
... the files are only available to be flashed from within the UEFI itself from a...
i had similar issues when my OC wasnt totally stable, and my specs arent that different to yours
go back and double check long term stability of your CPU OC and RAM OC (remember that ryzen doesnt officially support 3200Mhz)
M.2 is great - its just taht everything is designed for slow mechanical drives, so you dont often see that speed in real world use
(think games that load slow because of CPU code, or waiting on network - the drive cant use its full speed)