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    sniper elite 3 problem

    dling, your OC is fine. It's the game. Keep running current Nvidia driver, and save your OC profile in BIOS so you don't need to worry about it. And stick with SE4 till the developers get crashing issue figured out, the Rebellion Community says "We are aware of the crashes some people are experiencing in Sniper Elite 3" , and they are still supporting both games.
  2. The most jarring part of the game is the writing, the script seems dated, quips that were pulled from 1980s action movies. I generally play with a mouse and keyboard,.. only to find it a little too awkward moving both the Mech and the torso with the WASD section on the keyboard, especially when it came to controlling the throttle. Running the game on a HOTAS or Thrustmaster Flight Control System would be sweet, having a paddle on the throttle, being able to control the lower half of Mech with left hand and upper half with my right hand. I only played through the game's second mission, so I'll be holding off on any judgment until I've put a lot more time into the game.
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    Rockstar co-founder leaving?

    So Dan Houser, one of the founders of Rockstar, is leaving the company? He was involved in every major franchise such as GTA, RDR, and Max Pane.
  4. It's a lower bin Micron-E die. The specs, data sheets, https://www.micron.com/products/dram/ddr4-sdram/part-catalog/mt40a1g8sa-075 Those modules are most likely capable of 4000Mhz OC. Which is vary impressive for that price. Amazon is starting to roll out the new rank interleaving high-bin Micron-E die kits with a 4400Mhz kit released Feb 4, 2020,.. Crucial Ballistix MAX BLM2K8G44C19U4B.
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    Help me choose my cooling strategy

    If you want low-noise cooling solution and a fun project not requiring any radiators,.. the Koolance EXC Chiller is an expensive investment, but sweet option. I have the EXC-800 on my gaming rig, and the unit sets in an adjoining room with chillier lines running through the wall, so system is silent. If you are only cooling CPU and single GPU the EXC-450 would be more than enough watts cooling power. https://www.performance-pcs.com/water-cooling/water-chillers/koolance-exc-450-ultra-compact-450w-recirculating-liquid-chiller-exc-450.html
  6. The part number ( -062E ) has vary high Speed Grade listed in Microns Data Sheets.
  7. Micron FBGA Decoder. https://www.micron.com/support/tools-and-utilities/fbga?fbga=D9WFL#pnlFBGA Shows IC FBGA D9WFL is part number : MT40A1G8SA-062E : E After confirming part number is currently in production,.. I contacted Micron Sales, Support and was told those IC's are not available to the public,.. But will be released in 11-Days. They are being used on the new Crucial Ballistix MAX DIMM Series modules. So looks like will need to wait till week of February 4th 2020 to order, and I'm thinking they are not going to be cheep.
  8. My bad, was my fault I posted too much, confusing information. Getting back to the original thread on Cheep Memory,.. I was doing some research on Ryzen 3000 and Micron E-die modules, if you can obtain modules with D9WFL IC's buy them, they work vary well with X570 and Ryzen 3000. Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4 use Micron E-die not sure exactly which modules use the D9WFL IC's,.. I ordered this 3600C16 8GBx2 cheap memory kit today on sale for $148.99 at Amazon. https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ble2k8g4d36beeak Going to remove heat spreaders and check IC's,.. they also have Ballistic Elite 8GBx2 4000MHz kit for $249.99,..
  9. The version I was using V8.3 is this UEFI mode in this image. https://imgur.com/a/oLlwS6c I did notice seems to be two options in BIOS for choosing Sandisk partition #1 or Sandisk partition #2 on same USB drive, I'v always just clicked on #1. Will try second option now, stand by. Edit : Looks like both partitions are the same, and both are working fine now.
  10. Well I managed to freeze/lock-up my new Memtest86 USB drive this morning wish I would have not quickly reset PC and took a photo of screen first. The Memtest86 screen instantly turned red, spit out about 1500 errors than locked up,.. I could not [ Esc ] out, or [ X ] close software, everything was frozen. Have you had this happen? That would have been a wicked BSOD for my OS to handle.
  11. I made the USB flash drive last night with Memtest86 Passmark Ver. https://imgur.com/a/eRZLVFh Man Thanks for the information! That's the best way to check memory hands down.
  12. I love GTZKK modules,.. my 2020 new years resolution is screw XMP, go with manual settings and a bit more juice till it works. That booting Windows feeling.
  13. Going to be interesting to how the new A-die memory performs with X570 chipset, I'm guessing it's going to work vary well. Have you tried any dual rank or double sided B-die modules yet in your X570 rig. Would be nice to see how SS vs DS modules scale, and how well 2x16GB modules perform on Ryzen. I'm making some headway on these 3866MHz sticks, I updated BIOS to 1401 and have seen a nice performance/stability boost. Have a solid 4600MHz 19-26-26-46 1.5V profile saved,.. and I'm working on 4800MHz now. After getting 4800MHz stable, going to have some fun and load some preset profiles from extreme menu,.. I have three extreme profiles want to run. https://imgur.com/a/F7bQWLa
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    Event ID questions

    Can you see if their are any dump files. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/client-management/troubleshoot-event-id-41-restart
  15. OK,.. I got the fans installed, it's exactly what was needed,.. memory has tons of cool air flowing across it now. https://imgur.com/a/zH6PtEz First run a sweet 24/7 3700 C17 1.35V. Now going to try going the other direction.
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    Event ID questions

    Try changing Device Manager setting. (LAN, Keyboard, Mouse - - - 3devices) Allow this device to wake the computer - - - - off
  17. Thanks for the information, going to make a Memtest86 disk tonight. I swapped out my memory yesterday, going to try a Corsair 3866MHz kit with active cooling fan. https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Memory/DOMINATOR®-PLATINUM-16GB-(2-x-8GB)-DDR4-DRAM-3866MHz-C18-Memory-Kit/p/CMD16GX4M2B3866C18 My motherboard only has two memory dimm slots, and has a dimm-2 slot for M.2 drives next to memory with a heatsink that is about 1/2 inch taller than memory modules. Everything is crammed together side by side without much airflow. https://imgur.com/a/2n7RpUr I'm hoping the active cooling fan fits over memory and M.2 heatsink,.. looks like it will fit but will find out tonight. Thought about adding the fan after running 4400MHz @ 1.5V and checking my memory, and M.2 drives temps the other day. The corsair 3866 kit is old school 20 nm B-die with A0 PCB. They have nice read, write, and latency benchmark at default XMP settings, going to see how well they overclock this weekend.
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    Blender Benchmark

    Be careful opening/running zip files downloaded from any site. always save download, and scan files first. I haven't used "Blanchmark" yet?, looks like an add-on for Blender 3D. I'll check it out, after I get home tonight, see if it's legit and how it works.
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    Corsair HX1000

    I use the Poniie PN2000 meter on all my rigs. https://www.amazon.com/Poniie-PN2000-Electricity-Electrical-Consumption/dp/B0777H8MS8/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=wall+outlet+power+meter&qid=1578849565&sr=8-4
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    Blender Benchmark

    Try running the "quick benchmark" using Blender Open Data Benchmark. https://opendata.blender.org/ The Open Data Benchmark can render it's scenes on either the CPU or multiple GPUs, depending on what you want to test. After completing benchmark, submit results and you will see how your hardware stacks up compared to other submitted benchmarks, the top 50 scores are displayed on main page below your score.
  21. Things may have changed with Intel technology over the years, but Extreme Memory Profiles or XMP is still generally done with a small chip on your RAM modules called an SPD (serial presence detect) chip. When your BIOS conducts a power-on self test it reads SPD chip to set memory timing and frequencies properly,.. XMP is an extension of SPD which provides higher frequencies and tighter timings, it also corrects for the extra voltage required for a stable overclock,.. the information is stored on the modules, and the information is provided by the modules manufacture in most cases, some motherboards however do have stored Memory Presets like the Asus ROG boards.
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    Corsair HX1000

    You can use CableMod HXi cables, https://cablemod.com/made-for/corsair/ Performance PC's also sells CableMod Extensions, and Barrows Extension cables, I have used both on Corsair PSU's, https://www.performance-pcs.com/cables.html
  23. Updating BIOS using EZ Flash/Internet, seems like a gamble as 50% of the time it has issues for me also, could be firewall settings,.. I generally use the flashdrive/rename tool, works every time. The XMP profile on that board is generated from the memory modules installed, by reading profile from module. The Asus ROG boards have stored memory/OC profiles from Raja, and Der8auer,.. stored in BIOS you can scroll through and click load settings and depending on your CPU, Memory quality all there OC settings are loaded into your settings via Extreme Tweaker Menu, DRAM Timing Control using Memory Presets. https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?33488-Maximus-VI-Series-UEFI-Guide-for-Overclocking
  24. For 24/7 assured stability MemtestHCI is the best choice, also use the Pi billionth digit test. If a DRAM profile completes MemtestHCI and the Pi 1B test, it's good to go.
  25. For 100% stable 4400 CL17,.. these looser timings should work with X570.
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