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I saw this sort of thing coming back before the first Ryzen chips were announced. I'm so glad AMD managed to catch up in performance.

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12 hours ago, RaTcHeT302 said:

bleh, can someone please tell me that i'm not fucking insane, please...

the internet huh, more like, internet of SHIT

 

they are trying to install tracking cookies and the browser won't allow them so they try to run scripts to bypass that block. ( i introduced a friend of mine to adblock, and when he entered facebook he said everything took longer so he removed the blocker)
also google has shown bad faith by configuring the websites they own to run more slowly on anything not chrome. (there was a period where some vids on YT randomly would not run on my firefox, but would run without a hitch if i tried using chrome)

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5 hours ago, kerdios said:

also google has shown bad faith by configuring the websites they own to run more slowly on anything not chrome. (there was a period where some vids on YT randomly would not run on my firefox, but would run without a hitch if i tried using chrome)

I see you weren't around for the decade or so when 90% of sites wouldn't even work at all on any browser except certain versions of IE. This is the best we've ever had it, and Google has been doing their best to be as compatible with everything as possible.

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I did a dumb and bought RAM that's not entirely compatible with my motherboard. Locked at 8mgz, but I can "overclock" it to 31.5 which is closer to the intended performance. Sometimes there are blue screens.

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14 minutes ago, RaTcHeT302 said:

what

Add some 0s

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Just now, Im_CIA said:

Add some 0s

That doesn't make it make any more sense.

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6 minutes ago, BTGBullseye said:

That doesn't make it make any more sense.

locked at 800mhz, should be at 3200mhz
computer doesn't post a 32 hundred, but I can set it to 31.5 and it's fine for most of the time


happy?

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Just now, Im_CIA said:

 

locked at 800mhz, should be at 3200mhz
computer doesn't post a 32 hundred, but I can set it to 31.5 and it's fine for most of the time


happy?

The base clock of DDR4 is 2133... How the hell did it get down to 800?

Just now, RaTcHeT302 said:

ok so I'M NOT insane xd

Don't go overboard.

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26 minutes ago, BTGBullseye said:

The base clock of DDR4 is 2133... How the hell did it get down to 800?

I guess I'll have to take a photo

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Just now, Im_CIA said:

I guess I'll have to take a photo

Yeah... Make sure to get a screenshot of CPU-Z showing the RAM as well. (it can help with troubleshooting)

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You were right about DDR4 thing. 

 I was thinking of my my much older machine. 

 

Still can't post at 3200 though 

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2 hours ago, kerdios said:

when is ddr5 coming out?

3, maybe 4

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8 hours ago, Im_CIA said:

3, maybe 4

you forgot the time unit...

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29 minutes ago, kerdios said:

you forgot the time unit...

Definitely 6

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On 9/10/2020 at 5:47 AM, kerdios said:

when is ddr5 coming out?

It should be out early 2021 for enterprise use, and usually a year or two later for consumer systems.

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