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  • All I do is get all tangled up on the stupid brick is stuff you should have on your computer.

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  • What's up, guys?

  • Just two cents here, and I'm gonna do a little follow up to the video that I did a few weeks back of what to do after you build your tower.

  • I mean, there's a lot of new people buying computers right now.

  • We've talked about the fact that the market is being disrupted.

  • So if you were waiting that you would be happy with building a PC that's available to you now, you might want to do that because, who knows?

  • Availability.

  • Maybe, like in the future, we're gonna kind of build upon that.

  • Now, after showing you how to get your windows up in updated and get your drivers installed, know that we're not gonna talk about our favorite software that we have to have on pretty much every computer that we build around here.

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  • We're gonna be screen capping this, which should make several of you pretty happy because normally we just point the camera at the screen because we're showing like, Oh, look, it's not crashing in this and that, and we don't want a screen, capital, benchmarking and all that sort of stuff.

  • But this is just an informational videos.

  • So we are screened capping this, which will make it a lot easier for you guys to follow along because screen capping and four, Kay and Phil can blow it up and make a big building upon our video where we talked about building the tower and what to do next time to get windows installed on drivers updated on all that, we're now going to show you our favorite five pieces of software that we basically can't live without around here now, Obviously, your five.

  • If you're a power user you've been using computers for quite a while might vary from our.

  • So do me a favor.

  • If are five.

  • Don't match your five.

  • Put in a comment down below.

  • What?

  • You're five most miss Necessary necessity.

  • One of the five most important pieces of software to you anyway, because we had a hard time kind of coming up with this.

  • We know what five we use, but we also know there's other software out there that's worth talking about.

  • Some that didn't make the list.

  • I'm curious if they meet.

  • Here's another thing.

  • Okay, little interruption here.

  • You want to stop that from happening?

  • Okay, here's what you're gonna do.

  • Bonus content.

  • If you don't want Windows updates messing with your stuff.

  • This is pretty simple.

  • You're just gonna click the little windows button down here.

  • You're gonna start typing type updates.

  • It says check for updates.

  • Right.

  • So currently I'm up to date.

  • It says I've last checked at 10:07 a.m. However, if I want to stop that and I just don't want it to check and start interfering and or doing an update when I restart the system and it's super annoying, he says.

  • But Mrs Pause for seven days.

  • So if I click it once, it's like, Okay, you will not check again until well, it's funny.

  • It says 3 11 is that seventies.

  • I guess it is math up.

  • Check it, click it, click it.

  • Click it now won't check again until April.

  • So that's all right.

  • But we can do is we could change a couple things here.

  • So click advanced options.

  • Make sure that receive updates are other Microsoft products.

  • When you update, Windows is off.

  • Gala updates on metered connection.

  • Extra charges apply.

  • They're referring to your eyes.

  • P.

  • Obviously make sure that is off.

  • So what we just did now is we told Windows, whether or not it can download when it's on immediate connection, but it still doesn't know whether you're an immediate connection or not.

  • So on the left here, it says, find a setting, just type network status, and then it'll take you over to the network page and you'll see right here.

  • If you click change connection properties, that'll bring you right here to the network profile on you see right here is his meter connection just set as metered connection when you're done.

  • So that's a quick and easy way to stop Windows updates from ruining your life.

  • The first couple of pieces of software on here are actually monitoring software as new builders.

  • You probably are curious like water.

  • My temperature's running out on my running.

  • Okay, What is my fan speed?

  • What is my where my throttling am I gonna throttle?

  • Where would I throttle?

  • So all this stuff can actually be found with a couple of different pieces of software.

  • So the 1st 1 we're gonna talk about here is tech power up G puz So G, P, u Z, and all these pieces of software free.

  • Actually, that was another prerequisite for this video.

  • They had to be free because one, this is not a sponsored video.

  • And two, we don't want to.

  • Um we want people to be able to use this software, have it, be beneficial to them and cost nothing, which obviously hard to complain about free.

  • So G Pusey is just that It is a species software that would tell you everything about your graphics card.

  • It will tell you it's bios version and I'll tell you when the cards came out, I'll tell you, how many do add doo dads and die odes and diocese.

  • Actually, that that's a church thing, right?

  • Whatever.

  • But as you can see right here, your jeep you clock.

  • This will tell you your base clock, your memory clock and then your boost box if you were just kind of curious.

  • If you hover over, it even tells you what it is.

  • So if you're curious as to where your card would max out in terms of on its own, that is what it's gonna be shooting for.

  • But if you go up here to, um, advanced, that's a pretty neat tab, because it will tell you everything.

  • And I'll tell you your current power limit your minimum and your maximum.

  • So it'll tell you without even opening up another piece of software.

  • How far you could potentially over clock this card in terms of power Draw.

  • Where is it going to throttle?

  • You could see right here.

  • It's currently set the throttle 83 Sea and its minimum temp 65 seed.

  • What does that mean?

  • Well, that basically means that is the temperature that it's going to immediately target.

  • It's Fan Curve is going to allow it to get to 65 c with its current fan setting.

  • So that's this is all in the bios, by the way.

  • So if you do go on, adjust this stuff in another piece of software, these figures are not going to change.

  • This is specific to what the BIOS is saying.

  • Minimums and maximums are allowed.

  • Legacy default 83 maximum is 88 88.

  • C is how far we could push the temperature in another piece of software that we talk about in a second before those same throttle limits would start to apply.

  • Same thing with its adjustment range.

  • You can see that in a percentage minus 22% 2 plus 6% on temperature, but obviously at the bottom to show you what graphics card you have currently installed.

  • If you have more than one graphics card or s ally or it will show you that so you can see we currently have a 2070 super installed, and this is all the information that corresponds with that.

  • This is also a piece of software that's very useful at trying to validate a graphics card.

  • If you have no clue as to what it is, there's no markings on it or anything blocking in your system.

  • Installed G.

  • Pusey and it will tell you exactly what the die is reporting back.

  • The bios could be a lie.

  • We've talked about this.

  • We've showed this.

  • We've talked specifically about how you can fool Ah 5700 into being a fake 5700 x t.

  • And the BIOS will reflect that.

  • However deep U Z doesn't lie because it actually talks to the core and the core talks back and says, This is how many of this I have and you can identify it that way.

  • But we obviously want to talk about temperature monitoring of stuff like that.

  • So that's where we use a piece of software called H W.

  • Monitor our hardware monitor.

  • It's free.

  • It's from C P U I.

  • D.

  • And that will tell you a lot of things going on with your system so you can see we've got it right here.

  • If we just kind of start from top to bottom, it'll tell you what motherboard you have cause that's obviously reporting.

  • So this is an ace deuce Tech or a Seuss Aces Tech is actually the corporate name.

  • Ah Computer Inc are Ogi.

  • If we scoot that over RG strict z 3 90 i gaming, we can even see our current voltage is our men's and our max.

  • So it'll tell you what current is minimum and maximum from the time that the software is open.

  • If we scroll down here, you can see our temperatures mainboard temperature, your chips that has a temperature involved with it.

  • It is a basic, so it'll report back temperatures.

  • Your CPU.

  • Obviously, that's your CPU package and then temp in to temp in 35 and six.

  • Those air different temperature sensors on the board.

  • Some other boards have additional sensors that you can plug in.

  • And why're that?

  • Centers sends her to somewhere else so you can monitor things.

  • You can't even tape it to a different party or Jeep, you or whatever.

  • Um, so those are the different temperature probes that are available there, but you can see right here.

  • Our fans CPU fan is currently running at 922 rpm.

  • We could see its ran all the way up to 1000 11 and our chassis number four fan at 38 68.

  • That's actually are a Iot pump because that's plugged into the motherboard.

  • Reporting back in R.

  • P M.

  • That way we can get an alarm or no if our pump stops running so we could even see here memory utilization.

  • But the cool stuff.

  • And I think the stuff people are gonna care about most is going to be course speed and core temperature.

  • So as you can see the package, that's the actual socket.

  • The socket reports a temperature, and then each core individual reports a temperature to, And what you'll typically find is that the cores will often be harder than the package in terms of its maximum temperatures, at least with Intel.

  • Sometimes I am D they pretty much just match across the board, but this will allow you while you're doing your different gaming sessions.

  • And while you're doing your benchmarking and stuff, it's a piece of software that you could have open monitoring those temperatures and those voltages.

  • But scrolling down here, you can see obviously you're course speeds, and as you can see, we are locked to five gigahertz because of the previous testing we dip in this particular case And this is how we can also check to see Are we throttling?

  • Are we?

  • If this is how we knew that we had to kind of go in and tweak this motherboard a little bit because of its early power savings and its power limit capabilities of this So I t x motherboards tend to hit a power limit much sooner than a TX motherboards.

  • So we knew that we were hitting that cause we would only get about 10 seconds of full speed and it were dropped out.

  • We knew that because we were monitoring using hardware monitor.

  • So that way we can kind of keep an eye on things.

  • In fact, I need to rewind for a second here, too, because in G Pusey, one thing I forgot to show you is that that also has a sensors tab that you can use to compare to harbor monitor.

  • If you want to click sensors, you can see it'll show you the very same things.

  • So it has a graph that will kind of work from right to left.

  • You could see fan speed van percentage rpm temperatures, but more importantly, it will actually give you a reason for throttling.

  • So if we were under load right now, it would tell us the reason why we're throttling under perf cap reason or performance cap reason.

  • So right now performance kept because we're idol.

  • It says I don't We know where I was not doing anything right now.

  • But if we saw power or voltage or whatever it would tell us and then you would know Okay, my card's not going any faster in This is why I get emails all the time.

  • For people saying, J, my graphics card is not going to 99% usage.

  • Why?

  • Well, the a g Pusey.

  • It would tell you why.

  • Because if it wasn't if you didn't see any of the reasons being listed here, then you could actually then start monitoring your CPU.

  • And if you see people percentage was really high in your GP percentages.

  • Low CP bottlenecks.

  • So you could start using these three pieces of software to figure out what's going on with your system just by looking at the charts and seeing the actual reasons we've talked about doing temperature testing and over clocking and all that sort of stuff.

  • So, Jay, how do I do that?

  • Well, you know, the most common thing people seem to want to over clock these days, is there GPU?

  • No.

  • Yeah, CP Over Clocking is something a lot of people care about, but we're not talking about that today because that's what it takes place more so in the bios than anything desktop related.

  • That's running until CPU.

  • And then you could run the Intel extreme desktop or tuning tweaking software.

  • No strikes to you.

  • Um, we're not talking about that today.

  • You could start to cause yourself some problems.

  • If you don't know how to use that, I think we'll do a full tutorial on that later.

  • But GP wise, it's much easier to over clock without getting catastrophic failures that you can't recover from without having to do all sorts of workarounds on DSO.

  • One of the software that I use to actually tests not to make changes, but tests is heaven benchmark.

  • Now, a lot of people were like J.

  • Why do you use heaven?

  • That's such an old direct X 11 test?

  • Well, because, believe it or not, it's still a really good burn test.

  • The thing with the X 11 though.

  • Is it still gonna push any of your stream processors that you're gonna find on a M d or your CUD accords that are still the bulk of your entire gimme experience on in video to their limit?

  • And with this being the X 11 you have test elation, adjustments that you can make So few Max test elation you, Max, anti alias sing And you, Max the resolution to your system resolution.

  • Then you can definitely find out what your maximum temperatures are going to be using this particular free benchmark.

  • Now, I don't care about the numbers on this because honestly, no single benchmark is going to give you an indicative experience as to whether or not you're stable.

  • You're gonna have to use a suite of benchmarks.

  • We have something like nine games that we use around here to test our benchmarking.

  • And if we can't make it through, all nine were not stable.

  • If we make it through eight and not nine, we're not stable.

  • So hardware monitor is something we used to do our temperature testing.

  • But J, what about for Mark for Mark?

  • Is it?

  • It's got all the big fuzzy doughnut that's known to be really difficult.

  • Yeah, and you know what?

  • That's also known to cause A lot of problems with graphics cards.

  • It has literally caused graphics cards in the past to catch fire.

  • It's kind of like prime 95 for your Jeep.

  • You Onley way harder.

  • In fact, a lot of manufacturers now started to in order to keep the warranty intact because, for Mark does not play nice with graphics cards and can cause physical damage.

  • Drivers have started baking in, um, reductions in core clock to keep temperatures down if for mark is detected.

  • So even then, it's not a true test of your over clock because assumes you go into another game and a ramp up to the higher clock, which may not have been stable to begin with.

  • Now, in terms of set up, though, because it is old, here's what you're gonna notice if you go down to Resolution caps out at 25 60 by 1600 which is a really weird number that's basically like the the 16 by 10 version of 14 40 p.

  • But if you just said it's a system, it's going to go to whatever your system issue.

  • In this case, it's four K.

  • This is a four K monitor with anti alias ing at eight x.

  • We have test elation on Extreme, which is as far as it'll go.

  • Qualities on ultra and then preset is on custom because we change some of those things.

  • So if we go ahead and just say, run and not run it in full screen, you can run in windowed mode.

  • Then what that will allow you to do is to have your other monitoring software up that you conceived that's happening at the same time.