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  2. LukeSavenije

    Corsair CX6650M or TX550M?

    even though the greatwall version of the cx is quite similar to the txm, I'd get a 550w cx or txm and many other options can be found in the psu tier list
  3. Oalei

    Corsair CX6650M or TX550M?

    CX550 is fine, if you want a cheap PSU.
  4. Stormseeker9

    Help me build myself a pc

    Edited it slightly. Better power supply, B450 mobo is all you will need and for 1080p gaming a 2060 is plenty. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU AMD - Ryzen 5 2600X 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor €199.99 @ Amazon Italia Thermal Compound ARCTIC - MX4 4 g Thermal Paste €10.20 @ Amazon Italia Motherboard MSI - B450 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard €113.76 @ Amazon Italia Memory G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory €109.00 @ Amazon Italia Storage Samsung - 970 Evo 250 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive €87.09 @ Amazon Italia Storage Toshiba - P300 3 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive Video Card MSI - GeForce RTX 2060 6 GB GAMING Z Video Card €419.99 @ Amazon Italia Case Silverstone - Redline RL06WS-PRO ATX Mid Tower Case €83.00 Power Supply Corsair - RMx (2018) 550 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply €98.99 @ Amazon Italia Monitor BenQ - EW277HDR 27.0" 1920x1080 60 Hz Monitor €186.99 @ Amazon Italia Other HyperX Cloud Alpha Pro Gaming Headset €86.46 @ Amazon Italia Other TITANWOLF - XXL Tappetino per Mouse da Gioco | Gaming Mousepad Super Grande 900 x 400mm | Pad con Base in Gomma Antiscivolo | Spessore 3mm | Nero | Modello: Global World Map €12.99 @ Amazon Italia Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total €1408.46 Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-04-19 15:05 CEST+0200
  5. seoz


    How about just explaining what your problem is in the first place...
  6. sandhill

    FreeNAS 11.2 not booting

    This didn't help either...
  7. imMAXAM

    Help me build myself a pc

    Hey dude I modified my list the link is the same but still (https://it.pcpartpicker.com/user/imMAXAM/saved/tJTWbv)
  8. r2724r16

    Corsair CX6650M or TX550M?

    550W is more than enough for an i5-9400F and 1160 Ti. 650W would be complete overkill. You should definitely go for the TX550M.
  9. LukeSavenije

    Is a h100i platinum se enough for an oc i9?

    any reason you want a aio over a air cooler?
  10. Playfulmean

    Windows 10 infinite boot loop

    I've had a cyberpower rebuilt for about 4 months and it was running off a hard drive and it was just too slow, so I found a good deal on an ssd. I installed it and used a free software to copy my hdd to my ssd. It worked flawlessly for the 3 or so days I could game on it. Last night I was playing my game, like any other time, and it was acting normal. This morning I went to play my game the desktop loaded and double clicked on my game to get it started and steam started running and then my computer rebooted into automatic repair, but ended with a could not repair pc screen. I tried to exit and continue to use Windows 10. It didn't work, and went back to the automatic screen again. I even tried to remove everything as there are just steam games on it, but said there was a problem resetting your pc. I know this is long but I just want to explain what I did.
  11. Taf the Ghost

    Corsair CX6650M or TX550M?

    You'll be lucky to push 300w under the heaviest of loads. Get the TX.
  12. Hello, I'm about to buy a new graphics card. I have been looking at the big boi Nvidia 2080 Ti, doubt I really need it but I have the luxury of affording it atm. My question is, will I be able to utilize it with current hardware or should I go for something that is more suitable for what I currently have? Last year I switched out everything except my graphics card. Current setup: Intel Core i7 7700K 4.2 GHz 8MB MSI Z270A S02 INET GAMING EDITION be quiet! Pure Rock Samsung 960 EVO 500GB XFX Radeon RX 480 8GB GTR Black Edition- PCI-Express 3.0, GDDR5, GPU: 1338 MHz , Backplate, Hard Swap Fractal Design Define C Svart Corsair 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000Mhz CL15 Vengeance Corsair RM650x 650W So, is it really bad idea to buy a 2080ti for this? Any other suggestions if it is? (I am aware that the 2080ti isn't best value, just want to make sure it isn't wasted). Thanks in advance.
  13. SolarNova

    Is it just me or can you see this?

    http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/ Go there and eyeball calibrate ur monitor
  14. Oalei

    RX460 4GB VS GTX GTX760 4GB

    Which one is cheaper? Where are you?
  15. r2724r16

    Community Standards

    They already are. They just need to email an admin.
  16. There isn't one, it's just more pointless fluff to justify making more expensive phones every year. It's marginally more convenient if you take notes on your phone a lot, but nothing that justifies the ridiculous price tag.
  17. This is my fan hub https://i.imgur.com/JFrqGWx.jpg if i unplugged the h100i pump cable from cpu_fan and plugged it into the white header (4 pin) on the fan hub and then plugged both of the fans from the radiator and the case fans into the fan hub and then had that cable at the top left plugged into either cpu_fan or cpu_opt should the fans all change speed depending on the cpu temp? Specs: Gigabyte Z170x Gaming 5 Corsair SP120 RGB NZXT Noctis 450 Fan hub
  18. So I'm about to upgrade my i3 6100 to an i5 9400f and of course the motherboard. Currently I have a Corsair VS550 psu for almost three years without a problem, but due to the bad rumors about the VS Series, I'm afraid to keep it. Both PSU's cost around the same in my country and I know the TX Series is by far more reliable. The thing is, I'm not comfortable with the 550w option(I don't want to stress the psu) and I need your help! My gpu is an Asus rog strix RX 470 4gb and in the future I plan to buy a gtx 1660ti (around 120w power consumption). Is the TX550M a safer option? Are 550w enough? P.S: I'm not interested in OC.
  19. Bitter

    I'm going to start a project

    If you do some baffling internally with some fiber fill you can get much better performance out of the speakers than just shoving them into a big empty box, there's a big wide world of audio design out there to explore. With the right kind of porting that box could sound amazing.
  20. Spotty

    PC build (australia)

    Warranty does not cover physical damage. If your dog or your kid knocks over your PC and breaks out, it will NOT be covered by warranty.
  21. Jr SavageZ

    Is a h100i platinum se enough for an oc i9?

    Should I get an h150i and paint it to make it similar to the h100i platinum?
  22. Oalei


    Maybe GPU and SSD is already decent if your mobo is also Z chipset
  23. A fair video. I kinda have to agree with *how* Samsung have done the plastic layer on the top. IMO it needed to be under the plastic trim/bezel, and is way to inside the edge of the screen. That and the small middle fold hinge offers no protection of the screen. Like, not even a bit of plastic above/below to cover it from getting knocked and torn. I know it could not connect unless flexible, but rubber exists, and it don't even need to touch. Just have a shield to the screen fold at the bottom (very prominent in pictures and even the thumbnail above).
  24. Jr SavageZ

    Is a h100i platinum se enough for an oc i9?

    Yeah it is an aio
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