Intermittently it did.
Was very inconsistent
Thanks, am leaning that, but it has every so often worked too... including on the UW, especially when straight switching from a potato 1080p...
Please just stop posting here.
You asked me to check VGA on a $2k Ultrawide
You asked me to use onboard on a Ryzen build
You asked me to use...
OK it's getting weirder
Connected to a 4k Sony 2019 TV via a 4k receiver and it showed up. Ran Windows setup.
Used many different hdmi cables....
No you weren't.
It effects all bar several..... Has for many years?
Are you serious?
It's a Ryzen, it doesn't have onboard
Its an ASUS Ultrawide..... it doesn't have VGA
Hey all, just building a PC this week, all finished and I get no display signal.
Lian Li 011 XL ROG
Ryzen 5 3600
ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Gaming...
Many games not included were notorious for their difficulty. Far worse than anything today.
It is perfect.
I woke up every morning before...
$500 plus judging by the 270s
I know, but would you encounter an issue with adding say another standard ssd?
I'm now leaning towards an 8700k to replace my 4790k.
Mainly for the other chipset features. And an enjoyment in pc building....
I'm going on $1k USD CPU, which I would think translates to more than a simple currency conversion to around $1350.
Given their high end ASUS...
So at a guess around $2,500 or so on a Board and CPU, why wouldn't you look at the alternative?
That Linus video had a lot of good points.
Wait till after E3 and make a judgement on the Scorpio (I wish they actually keep that name...)
The One S will likely drop at that announcement...
I'm thinking the tiny amount of time I spend gaming (albeit with a 1080 and Ultrawide) that the performance 'drop' to a AMD will hardly be that...
I'm in a similar boat, currently using a 4790k but don't really game anyway, and it seems stupid to continue with Intel with these latest...
I have a huge desk, but my 21:9 ASUS is more than I'll ever want.
Damn Nvidia killing the resale of my 1080 already.
Weird pricing on the Ti imo.