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doates

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Im using Fed ex tracking for my Delivery. Do i need to do anything ETC?

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Steveyg

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Im using Fed ex tracking for my Delivery. Do i need to do anything ETC?

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That's just Fed Ex at the minute mate they are experiencing significant delays. I would honestly expect it to sit in customs for at least a week before being cleared.

There really isn't anything you can do about it right now, just Fed Ex working through a big back log that they can't keep up with
 

Steveyg

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PC has came and no issues so far :D ANY Tips for moving games from one pc to the other?
Short of taking the entire physical drive out and installing it in the new computer? You can always use an external HDD but it would likely take ages
 

doates

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yea i just want to move gta and red dead from one pc to the other i have slow internet. will take a day or 2 to download each. I could buy a 1tp HDD to move them. But i was also thinking of transfering them over my home network but not sure what speeds that would be
 

SpyderTracks

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yea i just want to move gta and red dead from one pc to the other i have slow internet. will take a day or 2 to download each. I could buy a 1tp HDD to move them. But i was also thinking of transfering them over my home network but not sure what speeds that would be
What platform are they on? What games manager?
 

doates

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Also my 5600x cpu is sitting at around 68 degrees while downloading a few applications is that not a bit high?
 

Steveyg

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Also my 5600x cpu is sitting at around 68 degrees while downloading a few applications is that not a bit high?
That's alarmingly high to be honest, says to me either a bad paste job or a CPU cooler not properly functioning/mounted.

What are the computer specs?
 

TonyCarter

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Please feel free to move this to its own thread if it's seen as off-topic, as I'm going to add a few more screenshots.

A few of the game launchers I've got installed are real resource hogs and will use much more of the processor than I think they should (some use the same resources as 4 concurrent Youtube streams).

Of course, I knew the 5800X was a nuclear power station in a small package, but haven't had any crashing caused by high temps.

e.g. just launched Xbox Gamepass and it's now updating 2 games...
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Running Cinebench on loop:
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HWMonitor of the same...
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Corsair iCUE of the same...
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Corsair iCUE 30 seconds later...
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Steveyg

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Neither of those things would be acceptable to me, updating a game should not have your CPU spiking at 60C from idle

What temperatures are you seeing when the CPU is underload?
 

doates

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yea i just ran a cinebench test for my cpu a few times never went above 70. Ill probabally test it with total war to see if it gets near 90 where throttling will start occuring
 

Martinr36

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yea i just ran a cinebench test for my cpu a few times never went above 70. Ill probabally test it with total war to see if it gets near 90 where throttling will start occuring
running a stress test in aida64 my 5900x peeks at just over 70C, and that's over a 10 minute test
 
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