That is not correct on the Asus TUF x470-Plus Gaming mobo PCIe4.0 was only enabled for the 1st NVMe slot not the PCIe x16 slot
Hold the phone did MSI steal a designer from Sapphire and say to them make our cooler look like a Sapphire cards cooler
and yet every church has a graven image above every alter
Gee it's a bit of a Fatty isn't it someone outta send them a Jenny Craig voucher
OpenGL on Windows for any AMD GPU started to turn to shite right about when AMD bought out ATI and even ATI had their ups and downs with OpenGL...
Really nice mobo but unfortunately here Gougeland (NZ) it's well out of my financial reach at $746.35NZD add in the cost of a RyZen 3 R7 3700X at...
until you want it to actually do something then it gets dicey the VRM is so crap I wouldn't put anything over a 65W CPU in it
Is there some reason you need to have your boot drive in MBR rather than GPT
Well that's nice of you to offer AMD but why all the hoops and red tape to get it
Beats me why they even bothered with the TUF X470 Plus Gaming the boards a piece of shite and tem minutes into gaming with an 3900x installed...
If you can find one cheap then get yourself an Asus Crosshair V Formula
so What do you think this is for, running the coffee machines or something as equally inane as that[IMG]
Oh come on now your trying to tell us that a multi billion dollar fab doesn't have a continuous power supply good for a few days at least without...
In your Radeon Settings app goto the gaming tab then open global settings along the top row you should see a setting named Morphological Filtering...
I really wish I'd gone with the Prime x470 mobo now after having the TUF for a couple of weeks it's a piece of crap
things that are wrong with it...
NZ$503.16 + 15% GST (Tax) and the obligatory retailer +50% gouge will most likely see me having to wait another year to upgrade
erm What's the 3DMark01 Enhancement
How so? has the OP tried upgrading from a booted USB drive to do the install / upgrade
I wouldn't bother with any of the U1/C10 cards they're not good enough for high bitrate 4K video so go with the U3/V30 or higher rated cards