You might be voiding your warranty and don’t even know it!

28 Th07, 2020
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(Disclaimer: This video is NOT sponsored by NZXT in any way!)
One of the easiest and SAFEST overclocks you can do is to enable XMP profile on your memory... but lately this has caused a bit of drama in the PC Enthusiast space... here is why, and here is what one brand is changing about this policy... Here is NZXTs statement on the issue -
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  • In typical fashion I forgot to link NZXTs blog post about their policy change. I added it to the description as well -

    JayzTwoCentsJayzTwoCents4 tháng trước
    • How is XMP/DOCP bad for warranty if thats literally the only way to get the performance i paid for? i dont want to buy a 3200mhz just to be capped at 2133mhz.

      chloe kaftanchloe kaftan14 giờ trước
    • @Christian Patzer thanks man, will look and see

      Aaron MeighooAaron Meighoo2 tháng trước
    • @Aaron Meighoo if I remember correctly he has done them in the past, just search.

      Christian PatzerChristian Patzer2 tháng trước
    • @WillayLegacy I would reduce that asap, I recently did a video on this here regarding XMP

      Frame ChasersFrame Chasers4 tháng trước
    • If a company bad they are off the list for a long time if its something really bad, if its a minor thing I wait and see what happens next & if they do much good then forgive and forget. :3

      ネーナ・トリニティネーナ・トリニティ4 tháng trước
  • Buy our RAM! It supports 3200 MHz, we put the timings on a sticker, and we even embedded the timings as an XML profile for your convenience. Oh, your running our RAM at 3200 MHz? No warranty for you! Next!

    Chait PalmerChait Palmer4 ngày trước
  • >>>Everybody does wrong eventually

    Brian WithnellBrian Withnell6 ngày trước
  • Direct OverCocking Profile

    Abhijith C RAbhijith C R9 ngày trước
  • If i werr selling computers with advertised speeds i wouldnt just show how to do it. I would ship it with xmp or docp already on

    Josh WattJosh Watt11 ngày trước
  • They make it right, I trust them more

    MaranathaMaranatha15 ngày trước
  • I agree with you. I’m gonna wait to make sure

    ErikgasmErikgasm20 ngày trước
  • Depends on how they act in the future generally, will wait for a bit :P

    Tynan StackTynan Stack21 ngày trước
  • Trust but verify.

    PMD_in_AZPMD_in_AZTháng trước
  • we are super rich.. we just dont care about the warranty .. thats why we bought the fake one..

    Syaharul AlimiSyaharul AlimiTháng trước
  • Xmp can cause a crash if your cpu is on the ragged edge.... that explains why I had a blue screen of death with repeating reboots when I tried. I have an an I5 6600k thats always just, just been enough for most games. And I've used it for atleast 4 years before doing this. Hopefully my new build won't do this to me.

    Kolton KotoskiKolton KotoskiTháng trước
  • Me running 1.2v on a 3900x with xmp enabled 😳😂

    BrightGalaxyYTBrightGalaxyYTTháng trước
  • For my two cents, I think their response was good, and far better from others who double down on divisive policy. I would be cautiously optimistic.

    David SmithDavid Smith2 tháng trước
  • If a company does a wrong rarely but really fixes it I am more inclined to trust them. If this happens over and over again and they're only fixing at the behest of the public, I begin to ignore them as a brand.

    Jonathan ZJJonathan ZJ2 tháng trước
  • Jay, you did the correct way, without drama, i and i think many other viewers are tired of drama channels on VIworld...

    Niclas HornNiclas Horn2 tháng trước
  • Jayz : I never seen a unstability with XMP Activision with Modern Warfare : Am i a joke to you ?

    ZynAryaneZynAryane2 tháng trước
  • Jay, You the man! (Just my Two Cents Worth) Oh, and if the company corrects their mistake, they are redeemed

    Heavy DHeavy D2 tháng trước
  • It indeed makes you trust them, not every company are brave enough to admit to their mistakes and try to fix them.

    ElfasElfas2 tháng trước
  • I have a Gigabyte Z270xp-sli motherboard and two different sets of ram, both blue screen when booting up windows. One set is PC2400 and the other is mb and ram I get I will just stay at 2133.

    Steve DuerrSteve Duerr2 tháng trước
  • It depends - if a brand shows a pattern of bad policy/behaviors, then I'll likely stop buying their products, regardless of how they handle the mistakes after the fact.

    XirmaXirma2 tháng trước
  • If I'd be a person affected by such company policy, I'd take a step back and see if it's a single situation when the company did a shady thing or is it a pattern in their actions. If it's a single action, there's no point in throwing sh*t onto the blower, just sort my problems with the company and move forward. But if it's a pattern (no pointing fingers, Intel) then it would be a big point of consideration whether to buy anything from the company which repeatedly shows no respect for their clients.

    Василий КлещевВасилий Клещев2 tháng trước
  • 'We have a warranty? What can we do to not pay out?'

    AdamAdam2 tháng trước
  • Good call on the part of NZXT and Thanks Jay

    Tech DegenerateTech Degenerate2 tháng trước
  • What do you mean that wasnt the case for the AMD FX Cpu's? AMD was FIRST to integrate the memory on controller to the CPU, NOT the Intel...

    Paul JJPaul JJ2 tháng trước
  • Take-aways for me 1) XMP is needed to have the performance of your memory, I didn't know that 2) Over clocking insurance is a thing 3) NZXT Goofed and are righting that Sony is still on the "Naughty Step" for removing "Other OS" from the PS3 a feature that I used. If a company messes up and in particular removes a feature that I paid for and use, whilst not effectively compensating for it, it creates a problem. Companies that fix their messes, will get a reprieve.

    Richard CrossleyRichard Crossley2 tháng trước
  • Informations?

    Paul BuschPaul Busch2 tháng trước
  • There is a slight difference between "we could have foreseen it but made a mistake" and fully deliberately and intentionally lying to clients.

    Grzegorz SieczkowskiGrzegorz Sieczkowski2 tháng trước
  • This is how this issue might be mitigated Intel sell the "license to overclock"...

    Andrey ElaginAndrey Elagin2 tháng trước
  • When i clicked on XMP my PC didnt boot right anymore and couldnt get into BIOS without resetting the BIOS. .: / 3900x + x570-Board+3600 RAM

    JaquelineJaqueline2 tháng trước
  • All I gotta say is I've never, and will never, care about a warranty on a PC I built. I'm gonna overclock it to where the warranty was never going to apply regardless.

    scythelordscythelord2 tháng trước
  • forced my 2133 Ram to 2900 XMP 1.2V no issue... and no heatspreader (its a gimmick anyway) (cpu 7700k@4,5Ghz undervolted z170 mobo)

    dunnobutwaynedunnobutwayne2 tháng trước
  • if a company did THAT wrong by me, they need to re-earn my trust over a long time before i trust them again. i will probably still buy smaller stuff, cables and usb-sticks and such. but hold off with warranty-level items till the trust is re-earned.

    BluePawWolfBluePawWolf2 tháng trước
  • What do you think about the Adrenalin driver 2020 for all AMD Grafik cards? on my PC crashes always so i decided to use Windows 10-64 bit driver

    Emil HallwegEmil Hallweg2 tháng trước
  • The fact that they are willing to change anything, means they are willing to change everything. NZXT has done well to improve their approach.

    Chris RileyChris Riley2 tháng trước
  • when a company fixes their mistake, i'm glad they fixed it. I don't like any company, I have no loyalty to any of "them". companies aren't people, they're only here to make money, full stop. I think if NZXT really means what they say, if they voided a warranty for anyone, that needs to be fixed and refunds should be issued if someone purchased a new part because of it, even if it wasn't from NZXT (like a new CPU from newegg or something) then i'll be impressed.

    Adam FeltesAdam Feltes2 tháng trước
  • It definitely does damage to the relationship and makes me think twice before I do business with them again. That said the fact that they admitted their fault and course corrected helps A LOT! It really comes down to many more factors than just that one thing, how long have I done business with them, how many other shaddy things have they done, how many great things have the done, etc etc.

    Christian PatzerChristian Patzer2 tháng trước
  • Seriously you need to add graphs when you are going spew number and acronyms and want us to follow ... like damn. Four views to get everything you are saying.

    Richard ArreolaRichard Arreola2 tháng trước
  • there was recently a recall/suit on the old amd fx processors. a payout for whoever purchased them. i received a $25 check

    ScolexScolex2 tháng trước
  • I've had 2 issues with Blue Screening with XMP on over the past 2 years. My system is Intel 8700k, Asus Maximus Hero X, and G.Skill Trident Z 3200. My normal overclock is 5.0 Ghz with CPU voltage at 1.34v. The Trident-Z XMP profile sets the ram at 1.35v. A few years ago I had a consistent BSOD crash issue with Battlefield V, and the only way to stop it I found was to disable XMP. Just last week I found Anthem in the digital bargain bin, and almost instantly I started getting BSOD crashes. Once again, EA's Frostbite engine is not playing well with XMP overclocking. I was able to manually overclock the RAM to specified 3200 with specified timings, but decreased voltage slightly below XMP profile. So-far, the Anthem crashes are gone. Upon reviewing message boards I also found several references from others that deactivating the XMP profile stopped their Anthem crashes. I've been a little wary of XMP since researching this.

    Curtis SCurtis S2 tháng trước
  • if a brand does good support im way more positive about them, every company will have its bugs and issues and stuff its how they react to it and fix wrong that really shows their color

    Casy ChapinCasy Chapin3 tháng trước
  • So I enabled XMP on my 3600x an corsair vengence rgb, worked fine. Tried to do the same thing with my new 3700x (new x570 mb also actually) it would boot I had to lower the memory overclock to like 3000 instead of 3200. Any ideas? First pc I'm a noob!

    King CobraKing Cobra3 tháng trước
  • I can enable XMP and overclock my RAM right? I have a 9600K so im not sure if this affects me

    arthur bakerarthur baker3 tháng trước
  • XMP isn't just on NZXT, other companies sell higher end Memory/Motherboards. Or are you classifying Pre-Builds and those companies? I guess I shouldn't just glaze over the video while half asleep and finish when I realize I fell asleep... Errr not to say you are boring Jay lol, I was just ready for that 9pm nap, so I can stay up til 9:30pm. LMAO But so really... If I build an AM4 or Intel newer gen, should I not run the XMP suggested? I typically can't get a stable system at max specs, I tend to go 1 or 2 steps lower, depending on client, if they are hardcore gaming, and have some Bios knowledge, I set em up with 1 less than max setting provided it doesn't crash on me. If it's someone that doesn't know anything about a calculator, I'll just put low spec ram in as it isn't going to be pushed, and no reason for crash logic, unless they request it for some reason, then I delve into their knowledge of Bios, and if it's not so great I explain 2 ticks less than specs or whatever I found it to be stable at if needed. I have 3600 XMP DDR4, but MB limited to 2933, and even still I'm finding I'm crashing, either due to new RX 5700 XT, or too much XMP overclock. Probably maxing my boards XMP so blah... I just need to move it on swapping to my newer board (still old B450, vs my X370). Not a huge upgrade I know, but hoping to fix some of my weird issues. Oh and Thanks for being a shill... :D j/k It was informative, as I didn't realize DDR4 XMP over-volted the CPU. I'm still used to DDR3 XMP and like you said AM3+. Probably why my PC crashes on intense operations, randomly.

    Typical PC TechTypical PC Tech3 tháng trước
  • Reminded me of the Acer laptop i go this year, advertised with 2666mhz ram in spec sheet but when u get it its locked to 2400mhz with no option built in to the bios to change ram speed

    A HarracksinghA Harracksingh3 tháng trước
  • i made it this far and its a scandal i didnt even know this and when they made a mistake i wait too and as long as they fix it its ok and if they dont its a scam

    David GirardDavid Girard3 tháng trước
  • Thank you so much for explaining that new DDR4 RAM comes in at 2133 (or 2400), regardless of what 'speed' you bought... I was losing my mind over my 3200 running at 2133... thank you... I was about to buy 4 new non "non defective" sticks lol

    William WolcottWilliam Wolcott3 tháng trước
  • Was shopping around with SIs before purchasing my first gaming pc, or contemplating building it. After reading about and hearing about the XMP issue with NZXT, and seeing their resolution of the issue, I purchased NZXT’s Streaming PC from their BLD program. I think it’s a lot for a company to admit wrong and change their policy to try to do right, especially on something that can and will cause them to lose some money down the line. Love my NZXT Streaming PC now! Will build for my next one, just wanted to get a prebuilt for my first one to get used to and understand a bit more about how these machines work

    Owen FalkOwen Falk3 tháng trước
  • What would it take to make Ram run at advertised specs without the need for an overclock?

    Alan PereyraAlan Pereyra3 tháng trước
  • Jay, THIS type of Video is why i subbed to your channel. Loved your approach to have NZXT do the the right thing for the community. Keep up the great work and vids. Love all your content.

    XMCXMC3 tháng trước
  • I'm still leery but give it time, and if they're still holding to what they said then I consider them again. Trust has to be earned, and my personal, general rule is that companies are not trustworthy. At least not immediately.

    BowiehunterBowiehunter3 tháng trước
  • @JayzTwoCents If a company goes out of their way to make it right, I reward the honesty with my business. If the error was severe, I may do what you mentioned and wait a time to "make sure", but I won't harbor ill will. Especially in today's "blame throwing culture", pointing out when someone does something good is incredibly important. Cheers to you for standing by your convictions, Jay.

    b0xf0x13b0xf0x133 tháng trước
  • 2020 sucks? You have no idea.

    TechMantraTechMantra3 tháng trước
  • The Intel overclocking insurance is still offered, by the way. It's called Tuning Plan. I didn't buy it so I have no idea how it works or what the terms are, but there it is.

    Katherine SilensKatherine Silens3 tháng trước
  • It depends on why the company fixed the mistake...was it public outcry,was it industry pressure?...was it company reps actually seeing something they did was immoral,and wanting to maintain or regain trust with their consumer base...I bought an all AMD system this year because of the shady shit Intel has been doing

    chemicallust77chemicallust773 tháng trước
  • Just because I know this now, I will never buy something from NZXT!

    Björn LindeBjörn Linde3 tháng trước
  • No, I accept it when companies do wrong and they correct their mistakes and proactively try and correct the situation. However, if they fix this mistake and then repetedly make the same mistakes and/or not resolving the issue with at least a compromise of some sort for those mistakes then I would probably 'boycott' the company for atleast a few years until they get their act together, i.e. Apple.

    Adam IpAdam Ip3 tháng trước
  • wtf. amd cpu spec says 3200mhz. So AMD officially says you should overclock to be in spec?

    TheAngryScorpionTheAngryScorpion3 tháng trước
  • yeah i got scammed by the radeon memory, what of it

    PhunkBustAPhunkBustA3 tháng trước
    • radeon "gamer" memory 2400mhz ddr3, what they never advertised was that it used a 3t command rate and my mobo only supported 1t and 2t, mobo was a crosshair v formula z and cpu was fx 8350

      PhunkBustAPhunkBustA3 tháng trước
  • memory controler on cpu It was invented by amd so im pretty sure fx had it

    dylan .dogdylan .dog3 tháng trước
  • Right to repair

    TheLegendInYouTheLegendInYou3 tháng trước
  • dont enable XMP. Just manual input timings and speed. :)

    JayPark ZJayPark Z3 tháng trước
  • In January or so the overclocking insurance from Intel was still available. You have to buy that insurance directly from Intel. You do not buy it from the retailer you purchased your CPU from. Google intel overclocking warranty and it will be one of the first results that comes up.

    able724able7243 tháng trước
  • Bought my first PC at microcenter and had to RMA it. Took 2 months for them to fix the problem then they sent it to Taiwan for "additional repairs" for another month then they LOST IT! The manager said he'll just send out a replacement and forget about the one in Taiwan. Idk but I would stay away just my two cents

    TripKitchenTripKitchen3 tháng trước
  • everytime i use xmp on my pc i get blue screen crashes so i just put it 50mhz below what the xmp did and it worked fine

    avery baxteravery baxter3 tháng trước
  • If a company makes a serious blunder like this, for me, it's how they react to it. I am still a little leary of them for a while and may be a bit more hesitant to buy and maybe look elsewhere, but ultimately, provided they put it right, I'm generally forgiving

    Tom RadcliffeTom Radcliffe3 tháng trước
  • 13:51 Lmfao, so you can pay $20 to get a replacement unlocked SKU, or back in 2011, you could pay $50 to "unlock" features on a Pentium or Core i3. Gotta love how value works.

    Dylan RichardsDylan Richards3 tháng trước
  • 8:14 Once you reach 3,200 MT/s, you should focus on timings because there are further gains if you can get to DDR4-3200 CL14.

    Dylan RichardsDylan Richards3 tháng trước
  • 4:09 Perhaps I'm missing what you're trying to say with your wording, but AMD had integrated memory controllers on the processor back in 2003. Intel made that move in 2008. The FX series was no different.

    Dylan RichardsDylan Richards3 tháng trước
  • How about that AMD will void your warranty if you enable PBO?

    DG BurnsDG Burns3 tháng trước
  • Those who are in the second camp are absolutely correct. If "influencers" like Jay didn't have the audience they do, it would not have been reversed so NZXT does not get a pass. They would still be trying to void them if millions of subscribers weren't listening. They didn't make it right because they wanted to make it right.

    BelowAboveAverageBelowAboveAverage3 tháng trước
  • DOCP = Direct Over Clock Profile

    Vlad ZahariaVlad Zaharia3 tháng trước
  • When I asked the guys at memory express who built my computer about xmp around a week ago and they said it would still void my warranty, would it be a company specific or is it the case where if nvidia says it’s okay then it’s chill

    Adolf ShitlerAdolf Shitler3 tháng trước
  • Strengthening trust. It shows they care about their customers. They could just say screw you. But, they fixed it.

    NERD_ONE_AiNERD_ONE_Ai3 tháng trước
  • When comes to company's I usually just make sure it's not habit of I did this wrong sorry but in rare cases like blizzard I can't forgive what they done

    Shadow80fsShadow80fs3 tháng trước
  • Jay on my 8600k XMP wasnt stable, but only with 4 dimm slots used. So it can happen. The ram was samsung B die, 3200mhz cl12. I had to drop the speed down to 3000mhz to avoid errors on hci memtest. Interestingly the same ram, on the same board now can run at XMP spec when I put in a 9900k. So the issue it seems was the IMC on the 8600k cpu. But yeah, the chip didnt blow up or anything, it was just not capable of the clock speed.

    chrcolukchrcoluk3 tháng trước
  • XMP adjusts dimm, vccsa and vccio voltages, so I expect it was always at least a gray area, if it was just clock speed changes then not such a deal.

    chrcolukchrcoluk3 tháng trước
  • I'll trust a company if they admit they're wrong and completely make it right. I feel like sometimes they'll say they messed up then barely make an effort to fix it, in which case you're still in the same spot. So it completely depends. Also depends on how egregious the mistake/policy was and how retroactively they fix it. Nothing is ever truly black and white, usually always a shade of gray between.

    ChazzerBChazzerB3 tháng trước
  • for the Ryzen 2600x the it says the warranty is void unless you use the stock heat sink

    Horatio yenHoratio yen3 tháng trước
    • can you get on to amd?

      Horatio yenHoratio yen3 tháng trước
  • If companies listen to feedback and do something with it I’ll go back to them at some point. I tend to keep an open mind and look at the facts.

    Rik van der MarkRik van der Mark3 tháng trước
  • Kinda tired of cancel culture. So I choose to forgive 👍 thanks for the good information Jay! 😁

    Robert SvanholmRobert Svanholm3 tháng trước
  • NZXT: "it coult break your hardware" Me: "what you didn't test it first? What the h?"

    wisico640wisico6403 tháng trước
  • Idk why, but when i run xmp on my memory it leads to blue screens and it being unstable AF. it being ripjaw 3200 2 stick kit when i bought it, but setting it manually to the recommended speed or xmp leads to the same issue.

    GannamGannam3 tháng trước
  • i must have got a winner. my i9 9900k i got just before the ks came out can oc to 5.2ghz across the board. stable... i don't even know how much more i can go because i have a crappy 120mm aio. so i have more potential in it...

    dawson gamblindawson gamblin3 tháng trước
  • I don't understand why these companies are allowed to run scams in broad daylight like they are, and actually sell it to us.. If they didn't have their big name and logo, they would be deemed as crooks... This would be like selling me a car, then when I go to drive it, it's got no wheels, no seats, the petrol is leaking, and no steering wheel.. 'oh yeah sir, you can have all of that, but this voids your manufacturing warranty.' Cheers for the face slap for buying this product..

    Disko LipsDisko Lips3 tháng trước
  • no jay the visheara /and even " 1st gen bulldozer" had a cpu IMC , (900/800- 600 Series chipsets did I/O & PCI /PCI-e 1.0 /2.0 etc.. NO 3.0 :( but now we have 4.0 :) ....) K8 and up to present !!! and so did AMD cpus all the way back to skt 754/ or K8 uArch. i believe..... look it up. i tweaked fx phenom I & II even Athlon FX 62 etc... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "History Most modern desktop or workstation microprocessors use an integrated memory controller (IMC), including microprocessors from Intel, AMD, and those built around the ARM architecture. Prior to K8 (circa 2003), AMD microprocessors had a memory controller implemented on their motherboard's northbridge. In K8 and later, AMD employed an integrated memory controller.[3] Likewise, until Nehalem (circa 2008), Intel microprocessors used memory controllers implemented on the motherboard's northbridge. Nehalem and later switched to an integrated memory controller.[4] Other examples of microprocessors that use integrated memory controllers include IBM's POWER5, and Sun Microsystems's UltraSPARC T1. While an integrated memory controller has the potential to increase the system's performance, such as by reducing memory latency, it locks the microprocessor to a specific type (or types) of memory, forcing a redesign in order to support newer memory technologies. When DDR2 SDRAM was introduced, AMD released new Athlon 64 CPUs. These new models, with a DDR2 controller, use a different physical socket (known as Socket AM2), so that they will only fit in motherboards designed for the new type of RAM. When the memory controller is not on-die, the same CPU may be installed on a new motherboard, with an updated northbridge. Some microprocessors in the 1990s, such as the DEC Alpha 21066 and HP PA-7300LC, had integrated memory controllers; however, rather than for performance gains, this was implemented to reduce the cost of systems by eliminating the need for an external memory controller. Some CPUs are designed to have their memory controllers as dedicated external components that are not part of the chipset. An example is IBM POWER8, which uses external Centaur chips that are mounted onto DIMM modules and act as memory buffers, L4 cache chips, and as the actual memory controllers. The first version of the Centaur chip used DDR3 memory but an updated version was later released which can use DDR4.[5] Purpose Memory controllers contain the logic necessary to read and write to DRAM, and to "refresh" the DRAM. Without constant refreshes, DRAM will lose the data written to it as the capacitors leak their charge within a fraction of a second (not more than 64 milliseconds according to JEDEC standards). Reading and writing to DRAM is performed by selecting the row and column data addresses of the DRAM as the inputs to the multiplexer circuit, where the demultiplexer on the DRAM uses the converted inputs to select the correct memory location and return the data, which is then passed back through a multiplexer to consolidate the data in order to reduce the required bus width for the operation. Bus width is the number of parallel lines available to communicate with the memory cell. Memory controllers' bus widths range from 8-bit in earlier systems, to 512-bit in more complicated systems and video cards (typically implemented as four 64-bit simultaneous memory controllers operating in parallel, though some are designed to operate in "gang mode" where two 64-bit memory controllers can be used to access a 128-bit memory device). Some memory controllers, such as the one integrated into PowerQUICC II processors, can be connected to different kinds of devices at the same time, including SDRAM, SRAM, ROM, and memory-mapped I/O; each kind of these devices requires a slightly different control bus, while the memory controller presents a common system bus / front-side bus to the processor. Some memory controllers, such as the one integrated into PowerQUICC II processors, include error detection and correction hardware.[6]" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ all the way back to the single core x64 amd athlon cpus... or K8 and up K8 & later, AND INTEL TALKED SHI!T AS THEY USUALY DO AND SAID " AMD THATS NT GONNA WORK!!!" LOL BUT IT DID HA HA INTEL LOOK NOW INTEL DOES IT NOW// SCENCE 1st GEN CORE i3,i5,i7 Processors, CORE 2 DUO DID NOT HAVE AN IMC, AMD HAS FOR YEARS BEFORE INTEL!!!

    Ryzen DivisionRyzen Division3 tháng trước

      Ryzen DivisionRyzen Division3 tháng trước
  • When buying from a company I would be wary of them if they did a boo-boo depending on what went wrong and how the company has responded in the past. Samsung for example with the Note 7 made me wary of buying from them again of potential battery problems (more to do with reduced capacity was my fear). I still went a got another Samsung however (S8) after that incident.

    Jason JardineJason Jardine3 tháng trước
  • Sometimes people throws too much hate, and they lose sight of the most important: we don't want the companies to go down, we want them to do the right thing.

    Phantom SSJPhantom SSJ3 tháng trước
  • So always clear CMOS before sending in your prebuild for warranty, I can imagine they can just see it's turned on by putting in a new CPU and going into the Bios and see it's turned on no need for monitoring.

    Hidde SietsmaHidde Sietsma3 tháng trước
  • my hp envy renoir shipped with 3200..

    bZrk 62bZrk 623 tháng trước
  • on my rog mdb i turned xmp to auto. i got more fps and fixed the fps change in gta 5. i used to have 120 - 144 fps. now i have 178 - 181 fps.

    i like geography aloti like geography alot3 tháng trước
  • the ram should be labelled with both XMP and stock speed, but it is not just things like fps in games, it is also how much quicker a computer can boot with xmp enabled. because who in this day and age wants to wait 5 minutes for a computer to boot? yes you can do other things while waiting, but people are after things like programs, and windows to boot yesterday rather than next month. which is why mechanical drives have been replaced by ssd, xmp is exactly the same thing compared to standard bootup.

    Michael ThomasMichael Thomas3 tháng trước
  • XMP shouldn't even be a user defined setting. It should be always on. It's a stupid setting to have access to in my opinion. I've never had an issue with it turned on and I do a lot of overclocking experiments and have given it a chance to fry and nothing has fried yet.

    bmh67wabmh67wa3 tháng trước
  • So they should sell it marked at basic speeds because its false advertising if they are not the ones you can normally use... It can probably go as false advertising...

    Pandemoniusz69Pandemoniusz693 tháng trước
  • DOCP = Direct Over Clock Profile

    Squall4RinoaSquall4Rinoa3 tháng trước
  • I could be reading too much into this, but the wording in the beginning and at the end of this video feels like a soft shot in steve from gamer's nexus' direction. As for companies that backpedal once confronted, I tend to see if their actions line up with their words before going back in.

    starlitalpha7starlitalpha73 tháng trước
  • Fake news.

    creepcreep3 tháng trước
  • Yeah, that's pretty scummy. Sure, XMP is technically an overclock, but really? Voiding a warranty for running a system at what it's advertised to run at?

    Cheeks2184Cheeks21843 tháng trước
  • Whether I buy from them again or not is mostly determined by if it's the customer feedback that persuaded them or something like legal action. If it's customer feedback I respect that if it's legal action that's concerning to me and depending on what the issue was I may not buy there again.

    Dj phillipsDj phillips3 tháng trước
  • I think it depends on if they immediately put their hands up and volunteer to make things right and then some, or if they are forced to make things right and then they try to spin that ruling into they always wanted to put things right in the first place. The former, I would have a lot more faith in than before the incident, the latter I would struggle to use again.

    James FarrellJames Farrell3 tháng trước
  • Ya, I had a memory controller in 5930K died on me, thats a weak spot of intel cpus. Burn in Hell, Intel.

    N SN S3 tháng trước