- Jul 10, 2012
- 6,137 (1.88/day)
- Memphis, TN
|System Name||Black Prometheus|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 7 5800X|
|Motherboard||ASRock B550M Pro4|
|Cooling||ID Cooling Auraflow 360 Snow Edition|
|Memory||Oloy 32GB(2x16GB) DDR4 3600MHz CL18|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire R9 390X Nitro|
|Storage||Sandisk X300 512GB + WD Black 6TB+WD Black 6TB|
|Display(s)||LG Nanocell85 49" 4K 120Hz+3x 24" 1200P Monitors|
|Case||DeepCool Matrexx 55 V3 w/ 6x120mm Intake + 3x120mm Exhaust|
|Audio Device(s)||LG Dolby Atmos|
|Power Supply||Gigabyte P750 750W Fully Modular|
|Software||Windows 10 EDU x64|
Ahhh no Ryzen loveI dont have a daily ryzen rig. The test bench for reviews was at 3200 though... base spec for the platform.
Ehh I'd never go to the manufacture for tech support as they never know what they are actually talking about. Better off asking forums and just getting a refund. Newegg has a good return policy.Well, yes, at $50 it's obviously a good deal. I was just saying, don't expect much in the way of tech support. You know, like sometimes you need to ask about compatibility with a new board/chipset and stuff like that.
And in my experience, if a stick of RAM works out of the box, they tend to last forever. I think I only had one stick go sour in almost 20 years of building my own rigs.
Very trueAlways... but many TPU memebers claim they are enthusiasts? Cost typically never outweighs the percent gained in performance anyway.
I saw that thread. It almost made me want to avoid trying it. Could have been a bad batch though.I bought Oloy ram in October as it was dirt cheap and paired it with an MSI B450M Pro mobo, but it caused boot problems, so I had to change it.
It was definitely worth a try and I believe there's another thread where I posted about this.