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    New ROGer Array rsweeko PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)HP 15" SPECTRE CORE i7 LAPTOP
    MotherboardCROSSHAIR VIII HERO
    ProcessorAMD RYZEN 9 X3950
    Memory (part number)G.SKILL TRI Z NEO F4-3600C16Q-32GTZNC
    Graphics Card #1EVGA RTX-2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA
    Graphics Card #2CORSAIR RGB LED STRIPS (4)
    Graphics Card #3CORSAIR RGB PRO ML140 FANS (5)
    Graphics Card #4CORSAIR RGB PRO ML120 FANS (3)
    Sound CardCREATIVE LABS ZXR 5.1 SOUND CARD
    Monitor3 SAMSUNG 27" -DISPLAY PORT
    Storage #1two SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS M.2 NVME (OS AND GAMES)
    Storage #2Third SSD storage.
    CPU CoolerCORSAIR H115i PRO 280MM AIO
    CaseCORSAIR CRYSTAL 680X CASE
    Power SupplyEVGA 1200-P2 PLATINUM PSU
    Keyboard CORSAIR PROGRAMMABLE KEYBOARD K90
    Mouse CORSAIR AND MICROSOFT MOUSE
    Headset BEATS
    Headset/Speakers LOGITECH 5.1 SPEAKERS
    OS WINDOWS 10 PRO 64 BIT
    Network RouterNETGEAR NIGHTHAWK X10
    Accessory #1 USB 3.0 4+4 CHARGING EXTERNAL HUB

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    AMD Ryzen Master CPU software

    My new build is completed and running great. My CPU is is the AMD 3950x. The question I have is should I install AMD's Ryzen Master CPU software, will it create problems when I get into OCing for games? Banging heads with Asus software? Do I have to choose which one to use for OCing? One of the big problems I am having is knowing what software to use; Asus, AMD, Nvidia, EVGA (rtx2080 ti), Microsoft, Corsair ICUE. They all want to have a piece of the cake and I do not want to mess up this nice and clean install. I am already having issues with Google and Microsoft claiming territory. Yikes! Any sugestions as to which software to use would be greatly appreciated.

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