Unrealistic but happy
- May 13, 2009
Had to look that one up.Something called Toki Tori 2+ for 74 cents.
I started a thread in tech asking about this sort of thing. My understanding is that by default, you have too much voltage on the chip but upgrading the BIOS fixes this. Someone said to do so before putting your CPU in. I'd not even heard this was a thing (upgrade BIOS before putting the CPU in). They should have had a recall and done this for their customers. Shows that especially in tech, brand loyalty is foolish. ASUS used to be my go to for computer products. Now I'm hearing ASRock has greatly improved. Never heard anything bad about MSI.A new motherboard and ram. The other one is an asus and apparently asus motherboards and the 7800x3d chips tend to... catch fire and asplode and it sounds like asus is responsible for most of it so, swapping it out for an msi board.