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  • everyone Welcome to another video now.

  • The other day I switched my PC on on after running a couple of programmes.

  • It's switched off now.

  • At first I was a little concerned, and then I realized that I had been playing with various over clocks the night before on Dhe.

  • All I had to do Waas reset the clock speed to auto in the BIOS.

  • Problem solved.

  • But it got me thinking if I went to someone with a similar problem on, I was a little less experienced and I hadn't had so much time to tinker around over the various years with PC parts.

  • What would people's solutions be if I asked a few tech gurus or wizards or whatever you want to call them?

  • What?

  • What would they come up with as a solution to my problem?

  • So I'm sure a lot of you have heard of websites like fiver, for example, there are a few different ones or basically offering the same thing.

  • And what their sights to know to do is to pay for service is now.

  • There are all manner of service is on these sites available, for example, you can get someone to write you a curriculum vitae if you're applying for a new job, or you can get someone to write you an essay for school if you really can't be bothered.

  • But I don't condone that, or you can ask people for their PC repair guidance.

  • And that's exactly what I did.

  • So a fabricated the whole situation here, basically along the lines off this similar issue that I had already resolved.

  • But I basically said that I had a problem with my PC resetting, and I was just looking for some tech advice.

  • So there were a few various gurus wizards, like I said before, whatever you wanna call them, who were offering their expertise at various prices.

  • And I have a few solutions that I'd like to discuss with you guys today because I thought some of them were pretty interesting to say, the least one of them.

  • It's certainly something else, but let's get into it on there.

  • I hope you enjoy this video.

  • So I tried a few different sites on.

  • Basically, my question was worded the same I started with Hello.

  • I have a problem with my PC.

  • It keeps restarting, even at stock speeds.

  • I really don't know how to fix this.

  • I was just looking for some advice.

  • Now, the first person whose advice I seek their service is cost £6.83.

  • And this is what £6.83 worth of advice got me.

  • I thought this was a pretty good solution.

  • Now, just before I read this, there are a few things that may cause your PC to be restarting.

  • It could be overheating.

  • It could be that the power supply isn't good enough for your system specs.

  • It could be an over clock that isn't stable, just to name a few.

  • But here's the response I got for my £6.83 hard earned British pence.

  • Hello.

  • I'm sorry to hear about your issues with your PC.

  • I would suggest removing the CPU, re applying the thermal paste, removing the ram reapplying that reapplying the ram.

  • That sounds a bit odd, but reapplying the ram.

  • I understood what he meant removed the graphics card and clean that if you can also use an online power supply, calculate a tall to check that your power supply is offers enough power for the specs inside your system All pretty sound advice, I thought.

  • Basically, check for overheating.

  • Check that the power supply is good enough.

  • All of those things that I have basically just said there for £6.83.

  • Well, that would have put my mind at ease a little bit moving on and the next piece of advice.

  • Waas Pretty satirical.

  • This cost £2.49 an absolute bargain for some solid tech advice.

  • And this guy had a pretty solid rating as well.

  • So I went in with same question regarding my resetting issues.

  • And here is what the second person had to say.

  • So your PC and get a consul, which I thought for £2 50 pence, 49 pence was was quite amusing.

  • Hey, had mentioned in the description that it was satirical advice.

  • I don't know why anyone would pay to be insulted.

  • I sure got a laugh from it.

  • Andi, I think that's £2.49 well spent.

  • I don't know how much money is made from various jokes and gags, but I hope it's a lot.

  • The next person on a totally different site.

  • £5.16 I'm still waiting for their response.

  • This is why this video is about three or four days later than the one before it.

  • Because I was waiting for a few responses and unfortunately, this guy did not get back to me at all.

  • Personal before.

  • £7.16 these on in any particular order, by the way, they basically said something along the lines of person.

  • One removed the CPU re apply the thermal paste trip that your power supply isn't faulty.

  • Kicked your graphics card cables are plugged in from your power supply.

  • Andi, make sure that your graphics card has no dust et cetera as well as the CPU.

  • Fair enough.

  • So the final response and by far the best response for £4.42 came from a guy by the name of Michael who had a few ratings.

  • You know, he wasn't too badly rated, and we're going to actually work through these steps together.

  • I haven't actually tried to implement this fixed yet because I just thought it would be funny to see what sort of an impact on performance this would have.

  • But you'll see what I mean by that in a second.

  • So let's get into the advice I got for my money here, and we'll work through the steps at the same time.

  • Now these dudes gardens was actually pretty comprehensive, and in the first part it was pretty decent.

  • I think he certainly could have helped me resolve this issue if it had been a real situation.

  • I'm sure with this person's help, I would have fixed my PC.

  • But let's get straight into it.

  • The first thing to do is check that all the cables are plugged in to each individual corresponding slots, as well as the power supply itself.

  • For modular pierce, use if they're still an issue older advisor, moving each component one by one and cleaning any loose dust or debris from them.

  • This could be done with a kind of compressed air or just by blowing on the manually.

  • Ensure that the power spike was so delivers enough.

  • Powerful the entirety of the system itself and check its reliability and quality from online reviews.

  • Also, make sure to remove the heat sink and process it from the motherboard.

  • Clean off any thermal paste with either a dry cough or isopropyl alcohol.

  • Make sure to reapply small pea sized amount off them or pasted process, sir, Before putting the heat sink back on top, make sure you plug in the CPU fan cable to the correct place on the motherboard.

  • You can also take apart the graphics card if you know how angry apart.

  • Thermal pasted that, too, to make sure overheating doesn't occur.

  • If you have a new graphics card, he shouldn't be a concern right now.

  • I can only assume the problem of restarting is through other overheating or inadequate power delivery to your components.

  • If the restarting issue persists after carrying out the above steps, then police feel free to send across details off your system, including CPU, motherboard and RAM speed.

  • And then I can give you some other tips, which should keep the system cooler under load on dhe.

  • Therefore, more stable.

  • Pretty comprehensive.

  • A lot of advice in there, and it was at this point I sent across my specs, including the motherboard manufacturer, the BIOS version, the CPU, the speed of the Ram, et cetera, et cetera, on dhe.

  • Within a day or two, I got another response.

  • This is where things turn a little bit Well, no, no, not bad.

  • But it's just not the sort of advice I would give out was.

  • I think whilst it could possibly solve a problem like this, it's going to hinder performance as well.

  • But let's get into it now just to make one thing clear.

  • I didn't have a real problem here.

  • I just wanted to send my specs to this guy to see what other solutions he would come up with, had his advice not worked so far.

  • What would he then recommend?

  • Well, this is what happened, so he But I managed to find a gigabyte instruction manual online for this specific bold, so I should be able to guide you through all the necessary steps.

  • Problem free.

  • That's true.

  • That is a very comprehensive guide at the Gigabytes site for the B for 50 M Gaming Board.

  • And it has screenshots as well, which is how I think this person go.

  • All of their information.

  • There are some very good screen shots on the manual for the before 50 m gaming.

  • It details all off the various motherboard options in that manual.

  • So let's begin firstly, restart the system as you normally would, and As the screen comes back on, continue hitting the delete or devil button on the keyboard until you get to the bio screen.

  • For this board, it should be red and black, right?

  • Let's do that first, restart the system as you normally would.

  • Sorry if you can hear the background noise.

  • I've got the recording laptop going and when you're in bias, of course, is the graphics card hasn't got a fan control on.

  • So I apologize for any background noise that's occurring.

  • So press F seven on the keyboard and hit Enter to reset everything to default.

  • There we are.

  • First, it completed your first option.

  • That was the first option.

  • Your first option should be out the first Ark.

  • Erica.

  • The first option I'm getting ahead of myself should be the advanced frequency settings.

  • Press enter on the keyboard here and then use the arrows to find and highlight the CPU clock ratio.

  • Okay, you mentioned that you had a rise on 1800.

  • Ex thes can run quite hot and may be the cause of your issues.

  • Lines actually running in about 25 degrees.

  • Idle at the moment with an aftermarket.

  • Be quite Call.

  • I did mention that, but nonetheless.

  • Let's follow these steps.

  • You should see the word auto here.

  • I do.

  • Please use the number pad to type 30 into this box and then present.

  • So I guess we're under clocking the CPU here.

  • This is what I meant when I said things start to get a little interesting.

  • It should say the word Cebu frequency somewhere on this page.

  • If it does, please make sure that it reads three gigahertz or 3.0 gigahertz.

  • Well, three point over gigahertz is close enough.

  • There should be a system memory multiply option on this page, according to the manual used the Arrow key to navigate to that, we should also read Auto Now, normally, mind would read 3200 megahertz because I use 3200 megahertz DDR four.

  • But when I said it to all, tow the motherboard seems to assume that it's 2133 megahertz ram.

  • So I have to set mine manually every time.

  • It's only the fact that I've pressed F seven here that it's reset to order.

  • Of course, as detailed in the first step.

  • At this point, please talk the number 21 presente see this is getting even more interesting.

  • We're under clocking the memory as well, running at 2133 megahertz now.

  • Finally, I would advise turning off SMT mode for this chip.

  • You can do this by finding the advanced CPU course settings on the same page and pressing.

  • Enter on it.

  • There we go.

  • Somewhere on this page should be an SMT mode option, which will likely read.

  • Auto certainly is.

  • Go down to its hit.

  • Enter and change this to disabled.

  • Okay, finally here, F 10 on the keyboard and then hit enter to restart into windows.

  • The system should not only run cooler and quieter, but things should be a little more stable.

  • His advice was to undercook everything in order to have a quieter, cooler and more stable system.

  • Now, while this may work to some extent, it's it's quite the compromise when they're are other steps that can be taken now, I think to some extent you have to respect the guy.

  • He went through all of that.

  • He found the motherboard manual, guided me through a lot of steps, but he also offered me all of that advice in the beginning as well And whilst I don't think it was the best advice, the second part, you've gotta respect that.

  • He did give me a lot of information for my money, but it's it's information that could easily be found through the use off free methods such as Google, for example.

  • So, yeah, I mean, I'm in two minds about the whole thing.

  • At least he didn't ask me to disable core performance boost either.

  • So I guess that's one plus.

  • So I'm gonna go ahead and open up.

  • Sena bench.

  • First of all, here here you can see the rise in the 7 1800 ex score.

  • 3569 I hope I haven't got my glasses on just above the rise.

  • And 5 36 100 Let's go ahead and see how well it does now that we have disabled SMT and perform those changes in the bios.

  • I will let this run for a few seconds.

  • But I think ultimately fast forward it in editing so you don't have to sit through the whole process.

  • Here we go.

  • So she didn't see the cinema.

  • Troy, 20 run has finished.

  • The new score is 28 47.

  • This compared to the 35 69 original score seems pretty dire, but you know it's actually still a pretty snappy CPU.

  • But where you'll notice the difference is in tasks that like a lot of cause and threads.

  • Say, for example, in Premiere Pro, you're going to notice a difference with rendering times things like that.

  • What about as Faras Gaming is concerned?

  • Let's see how the advice I was given in packs the gaming performance of the rise and 7 1800 X.

  • Don't forget that we've also undercut the Ram to 2133 megahertz and risin loves Fast RAM.

  • So there may be an impact as far as that is concerned as well.

  • So for the gaming results, I switched out the GPU for the Vegas 64 we'll start with Assassin's Creed Odyssey, because this is probably the most interesting result here with the normal settings we were seeing 49 F Pierce, on average on one cent Appointment sent loads of 35 27 with the reduced bios settings Thesis lower Cox be the reduced memory on SMT off.

  • We were actually seeing better performance in far cry nude on the opposite was the case.

  • We saw 83 frames per second with the normal settings along with 830.1 on 1% lows, off 59 50.

  • But with the reduced settings, we saw 80 58 onda 580.1% low of 25.

  • There were certainly some noticeable stutter here when it came to the outer worlds.

  • Well, again, there was quite a bit of difference between the average Frey Marie Ah, hola, 10 f p s.

  • Now the 1% on 10.1% lows again weren't too far off each other here, but more stutter was certainly noticeable with the ordered settings.

  • I did observe as well that the peak temperature for the rise in 1800 X was quite a bit lower out with these reduced settings.

  • But neither of these two were really dangerous temperatures.

  • And as long as you stay below 95 degrees, well, you're going to be okay.

  • If your processor is on the cusp of overheating, then under clocking, it may resolve temperature problems.

  • But I would just advise getting a new heat sink instead as this is a far better idea in the long run.

  • Also, some decent thermal paste wouldn't go amiss.

  • So should you pay someone for tech advice online?

  • Well, you could do all you could just perform a free Google search.

  • There are various forums online with plenty of information about, and most of the time you should be able to find exactly what you need via these methods.

  • I did think today's response was quite interesting.

  • The hints were put into video format, but had that have not been the case, then this would not have been a video it all.

  • I was quite surprised to see that despite the alterations made to the speed of the process er on dhe the Ram speed that the results we're still quite close, especially in Assassin's Creed.

  • Odyssey.

  • That was just a nod one.

  • It performed better with the reduced setting.

  • So maybe the tech advice guru that I spoke to was onto something there.

  • But I think we believed it.

  • That yeah, I don't really know how to draw much more of a conclusion than that.

  • But all I can say is, I hope you enjoyed this video.

  • Thank you very much for watching.

  • If you enjoyed it, leave a lock on it down below.

  • Leave a dislike if you didn't subscribe to the channel if you haven't done so already and hopefully I'll see you all in the next one.

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