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 on: Today at 05:07:35 
Started by n3m37h - Last post by badboy2k
if there is non on ebay there is probably no way you can get one as they are only shipped with boards and only ones second hand would ever be available so the only possible place you may get one is EBAY!

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 on: Today at 05:01:47 
Started by gamerjohn12582 - Last post by badboy2k
the list is updated if they have one to test on it and they have the time to do it on some of them!

compatibility lists are always a bit vague as they cant test every last drive that exists so will always be holes (maybe if you contact the drive manufacturer and ask them they may have tested there drive on the board!)!

largest m.2 SATA drive i can see they have tested on it is a : WD Blue PC SSD - WDS100T1B0B-00AS40 1TB https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/B350-TOMAHAWK.html#support-hdd but if a specific one is not there ask its maker if they can say if it works on the board as they will have a better idea.

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 on: Today at 04:56:34 
Started by prestonsense - Last post by darkhawk
Most likely it'll work just fine, although you may not get the full 3000 MHz speed out of it. Generally Corsair uses Hynix/Micron, which aren't supported as well, so if you buy 3000 you might only get 2667, and maybe 2933 if you're lucky.

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 on: Today at 04:53:32 
Started by ildotoress - Last post by darkhawk
Arrived today Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3200C16R, Vengeance LPX 2x8GB.
They are Version 5.39, Hynix chips single sided. I know that the best is to have the version with Samsung chips, but when you buy you never know wich one you get.

But they are working very well, now at 3066MHz 16-18-18-36 2T 1.35v, NB/SOC voltage at 1V. Let's see if they will go to 3200 but I'm really satisfied.

I think that the previous kit 2x4GB was faulty

It's quite possible. I mean, we've seen a number of users with crappy performance with hynix/micron memory. 

DDR4 really tends to be a crap shoot when new systems are released. X99 was bad, Z170 was really bad, and even Z270 still had its issues.
Ryzen has been pretty bad too, in general. And I think that's more the users just being unhappy with not hitting XXXX frequency that they think they should just automatically be able to hit if the memory supports up to XXXX frequency. 
The benchmarks were done, and it's pretty evident the difference between 2133 and 2933 is pretty drastic at times, up to 20 or 30% increase in some games.
Meanwhile, the difference between 2933 and 3200 is very minor, 2 to 3% improvement in some of the best cases.  Which really makes hitting that 3200 MHz almost pointless outside of benchmarks to be honest.

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 on: Today at 04:51:27 
Started by gamerjohn12582 - Last post by gamerjohn12582
Hello. I Am starting a build on a Tomahawk B350 AM4 (Arctic). I am having hard time locating an SSD sata m.2 while referencing the "compatibility" page with MSI. Should I only use the ones listed or can I install any brand, 250, 500 GB's? How often is the list updated? Thanks in advance.

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 on: Today at 04:48:31 
Started by johneven4 - Last post by darkhawk
:pompom: :hat tip:

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 on: Today at 04:48:07 
Started by prestonsense - Last post by prestonsense
I just bought a MSI B350 Gaming Plus motherboard from Newegg.com, and saw I was thinking about buying Corsair DDR4 memory (CMR16GX4M2C3000C15) and I was wondering if that would be compatible with my motherboard?

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 on: Today at 04:29:52 
Started by j.scott.branded - Last post by badboy2k
Good deal! It was 24C this morning after running all night. I had set it not to hibernate or turn the drive off. That's 75 degrees F, or room temperature at my house. I'm just starting to download Office and other stuff that will put some load at least on it. Win10 alone with the spy stuff disabled put almost no load at all on it. Great deal. Works like a champ for what I'm doing. Great advice. Thank you again very much!

you are very welcome!

if you want to test your max temp on the system use intel burn test and it should add 100% load on the CPU and should show you its maximum temps it can ever have.

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 on: Today at 04:23:07 
Started by pablocol - Last post by badboy2k
at this point i too suspect your card is faulty so test it somewhere else to see how it behaves

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 on: Today at 03:00:27 
Started by umairikram13 - Last post by lokeshmydi777
Don't overclock. I have the same laptop the processor temperature reaches around 95c when i hit turbo mode and gpu reaches around 90c. So it is better not to overclock the gpu.

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