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  1. I thought you said you checked temperatures and everything was fine 75-80 for rest it is relatively much. Just download software that adopts the CPU to 100% like Prime95 and check at the same time what the temperature of the processor is.
  2. Why buy a legacy processor? The much more powerful i5 10th processor costs only NIS 725, an additional NIS 50. In addition, in both the 9th and 10th generation the maximum speed that memory will run is 2666 if you hook up i5 to a non-Z series board.
  3. This is the only thing that certainly did not cause a sudden crash of the computer. First of all, you cancel the automatic RESTART to receive a blue screen with an error in the event of a fault. https://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/help-troubleshoot-the-blue-screen-of-death-by-preventing-automatic-reboot/ If it is canceled and still does RESTART suddenly without giving a blue screen then Most of the time it is a question of doubt.
  4. Total cool specs. As for cooling stock, OC with such a processor is simply unnecessary. Turn on the PBO BIOS and it will come out on its own as best as possible depending on its temperature. AMD did a really good job in this section. If you want to get the most out of the cooling processor you chose just fine. I would take one of the others because they have a longer warranty, for Kosier 7 years, Antec 10 years.I would replace the SSD with one of the XPG S8200 or ADDLINK S70, same price, both a bit faster and if I am not mistaken also a slightly longer lifespan. As for the board, overall not a bad board. There is the Bazooka Plus that has a more successful VRAM. MSI's B450 boards are among the few that can handle 12-core processors and good 16-core ventilation as well, and will probably be able to handle the next-generation processors. Another option is to pay a little extra and take a B550 board, in which case the board I would take is the Gigabyte B550 AORUS ELITE. If the option of upgrading a processor at some point does not torment you then the board is just fine.
  5. It's a good discussion to mention that Windows 10 is a spy that follows you and collects information about you. That's the real reason that Microsoft doesn't even care about operating the operating system or not. The fact that there are people who are still willing to pay money to be followed is just a bonus for them.
  6. There is no logic to such a price for such a processor. It is self-cannibalization of the entire line of 10900 processors from K to F that will become unprofitable. The truth is that the i7 also suddenly becomes unattractive with an additional $ 30 for the i9. Besides, I hear that the 10900K and fanboys demand is also lacking. In short does not make sense to me, hope I am wrong.
  7. No, the K processor has nothing to do at all, but the standard i9 doesn't fit into such a board either. It doesn't matter what TDP is, it processes 8 cores with HT. The i5 is only 6 cores and the i3 is only 4 cores. Why should the board not suffice? Because that's how you build them with a pre-screwed VRAM because no one is going to buy a board like this with the i9 processor. In practice when the processor is really struggling you will run into thermal throttle. The cooling that Intel sends in a box is ridiculous, it's not enough to cool such a processor. It officially supports 2666, but the Z390 can reach higher speeds. XMP is like "OC" but not really. The memories will run in the suspicion the manufacturer has written. In principle, Intel could officially support faster memories, but they did not want them to sell more expensive Zipset since it supports fast memories. RAM speeds up, how much it feels to you, just as i9 feels to you. I thought you said that you actually connected a monster processor to parts that limit it. Nothing to do, that's the situation, the crowd that buys hardware HIGH END is a shocking RGB crowd. It does not make the boards any less good but only ugly. 550-600 These are great prices for Z390 boards and it would be nonsense not to buy such a tablet with the i9 9900
  8. Will work with 9th generation, but they are not really built to run i9 processor which means it will work, but the cheap B365 board VRAM cannot handle 8 core and 16 capillary running at 4.7 MHz. During the VRAM effort, it will heat up and cause thermal throttle to lower the processor performance to prevent board damage. Besides this, it is a very hot processor that needs very serious cooling otherwise the same thing can happen when a processor reaches too high temperatures. Not true, with Zipset which is not Z390 supported memory is 2666. With Zipset Z390 this is what you need to buy for a monstrous processor such that supported memory can also reach 4400 (in certain situations) recommended to buy fast memory because it definitely improves the performance of the computer. By the way, in order for a memory to work at its speed rather than the default 2666, the XMP must be enabled. By the way, as far as I know, Intel sells very good boards, assuming Gigbit, Asus and such., Not just processors.
  9. You know exactly what I meant, not supported meaning it will not run at 3000 speed, meaning there is no point in buying 3000 memory if it runs at 2666. https://www.tms.co.il/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=19440&search= 266 & sort = p.price & order = ASC https://www.tms.co.il/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=19941 https://www.tms.co.il/index.php?route=product/ product & product_id = 103146 ​​Even raised the price of generation 9 a bit, the gap dropped to 70 shekels.
  10. Except what? Is there no set budget at all? And even if it were, giving up a much better processor for NIS 90 would make no sense. And if you already save 50 shekels on memory 3000 which is not supported at all.
  11. But why the 9th generation, to save 90 shekels and lose tens of percent of performance? And if you already save small memory 3000 is not supported. It makes no sense to go for a 3400G square core versus a 5th generation i10 which is hexagonal when the price difference is an order of 150 shekels.
  12. The problem is that the 3600G processor is a processor that does not exist. Regarding Intel's fastest memory specification that the board supports is 2666, there is no claim to put memory 3200. And I do not understand why buying an old generation processor when the 10th generation processor costs the same.
  13. Apparently this is a common glitch on this screen. I had the same fault on the same screen many years ago. I found this post at the time https://www.badcaps.net/forum/showthread.php?t=59367 and burned just the same menstruation as the guy from the post. I believe that you are likely to burn it too. If you have the ability and knowledge to disassemble the screen, check to see if it really malfunctioned and moisturize a new menstrual then this is a fix that will cost you no more than a few shekels.
  14. Don't know how to build and get a 5500. It's also pointless to build the same spec with old parts, build a computer that is more or less equivalent to performance with new and updated parts, and also consider your target audience looking for a hand-held computer 2. For example, it's true that your temperature has an arctic freezer xtreme rev. 2 that cost NIS 200 but for anyone looking for a second hand refrigeration at NIS 100 or less does the same job. Parts like optical drive, hard drive, small SSD in hand 2 are worth almost nothing, though if you buy new you will pay a few hundred shekels. Intel or AMD's 4-core and 4-core processor cost around 500 today. So it's true that with you this K processor and OC it will perform a little better but as someone who buys a computer by hand 2 it doesn't really interest me. We will attach a reasonable board that also costs NIS 500. Video card that holds your own at 10% - 1500 NIS. Memory - NIS 300. Reasonable supplier - NIS 200. Reasonable Case - NIS 250. Hard - NIS 400 closes it where around 3700 plus minus NIS for a new computer depends on how much compromising the edges. If you sell parts then you can get more just because the guy who burned the board will come to you if the new Z170 and new will cost a lot of money or the one who is looking to upgrade his i5 to keep his computer relevant for another year - two years. If you want to sell a complete computer then the prices are lower, I personally would pay what I told you 1500-1700
  15. A more or less parallel computer in performance will cost NIS 3500-3700 today. Think I would pay a second hand 1500-1700 on such a computer.
  16. Right, thanks for the rpm fix that redhat no Debian.
  17. Can't figure out what you're trying to do rpm files are Debian Linux package manager files, 7-zip does know how to open them. CPIO files are archive file types similar to ZIP for example but are mostly common on Linux.
  18. The DDR3L can work with 1.35 and 1.5 volts. I would try to enter BIOS and test with a wizard manually set the memory voltage to 1.5 volts then insert the new memory. Likelihood that laptops bios are usually very limited but worth checking.
  19. Any simple splitter that costs EBAY a few shekels seems to me to be good https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=pwm+splitter&_sacat=0&LH_TitleDesc=0&_odkw=pwm+splitter&_ Looks to me exactly the same as those sold here for 0-35 shekels.
  20. Yes, ancient history. Modern cards have protections for such things. This is the best software in my opinion for testing a graphics card effort.
  21. Only if you use a hammer to install them. And seriously, I guess if the quality of the cable is really, really bad it might be. Basically the voltage for fans is so low that there is really no reasonable risk of warming.
  22. In the meantime, you seem to be in the right direction. What I would do next is test a video card and if there is a crash again then DOWN CLOCK to the video card and check again.
  23. There are splitters for example https://www.amazon.com/Splitter-Computer-Extension-Converter-TeamProfitcom/dp/B07F8LV1BY
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