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About MVPernula

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  • Birthday 1995-08-06

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  • Interests
    Editing in general, videogames, photographing, singing, drawing, animating and other things.
  • Occupation
    Receptionist at local gym.


  • CPU
    Intel core i7 5820K
  • Motherboard
    Asus X99-s
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LED White
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 Armor OC
  • Case
    Corsair Air 540 Cube Case
  • Storage
    WD Blue 2TB + 2x Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova G2 850W (White sleeves)
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE 24" x 3
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i v1
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB
  • Mouse
    Logitech Proteus Spectrum G502
  • Sound
    Sennheiser 559 Scarlett Solo / Razer Leviathan
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Aight: Remove 3700x Put the 1600 back Update bios Test with the 3700x again. Should do the trick. If not you may have to get a new motherboard.
  2. Welcome to the forums! Are your drivers up to date? A quick retouch I usually do when games act up is going into Geforce Experience and "quick optimize" after recommended settings. That way, if anything is weird, it usually fixes itself. Have you tried switching between borderless and fullscreen? And a full speclist would be great.
  3. Alright sounds like you got yourself a massive virus or managed to get hacked. (jeez do people say that?) I'm no pro when it comes to recovering lost data, but after you've done all you can there I'd suggest formatting your drives and reinstalling windows.
  4. Hey! This isn't all true. USB ones do have their own independent audio chip built into them, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're better by any means. The onboard sound of your PC is probably pretty stellar to begin with, so a 3.5mm/AUX headset isn't a bad idea. AND getting a headset with built in 7.1 is usually just crap, you'll hear your surroundings equally well on a 2.1 headset, if not better. I fell for that surround sound garbage before, and I found myself turning it off for normal 2.1, it let me hear footsteps clearer and I could more easily locate them. Do you need a mic? If not I recommend getting proper headphones rather than a gaming headset.
  5. The i7 6700K is 4c 8t. And compared to the graphics in the video: Resolution correct? Settings at the same level? Background software on? You have half his RAM.
  6. I see your point, but that's not something I'd personally want to do. You may get a better PC that way, but still..
  7. I mean.. This is a better PC, but I'm assuming that OP wants the peripherals he posted. If OP wants anything aside from the pc itself he's screwed with this build
  8. No problem! Remember to press "Solved" under the comment solved your issue. That way you'll help anyone else with the same issue finding the answer! It's the little checkmark! Good luck!
  9. When it comes to drivers and such you can basically leave your OS drive as is when plugging it in to the new build but choose to reinstall it. While you reinstall windows on the drive you can chose whether you want to start from scratch and remove all files, format or keep personal files. I'd prompt to format the drive during this step! After that you start downloading games
  10. I'd say 2070 super or used 2080.
  11. Bit of both. My system works but improving it is tempting. It's fun to upgrade. Id either sell off the parts or hand them down to my girlfriend. And to clarify I'm basically only upgrading the motherboard and CPU
  12. Honeslty if you're not gaming as much I'd go for a new platform, preferably Ryzen for the cores since you're into video encoding and stuff. They're still killing the gaming front too. My suggestion would be to either hop into the 2000-series Ryzen if you get a good deal or the 3000- series if you want the latest and greatest. You'd basically need new RAM, DDR4, and a cooler if you don't want the stock version. Any motherboard will do as long as you get the features you want!
  13. Hey people! I'm currently sitting on: i7 5820K (golden boy clocked to 4.7GHz) Asus X99-s 16GB 3200MHz GTX 1080 850w G2 EVGA yaya pretty good build still by todays standard Though Ryzen's 3000-series is tempting. I'm basically looking at the 3900X. I do gaming, video rendering, recording and alot of photo editing. That would be premiere, lightroom and PS. My 5820K is aging, while it still is fully functional and arguably kicking ass my thought is to sell it while it still has some value to lower the cockshot blow when buying new. What are your thoughts, guys? I mean of course it's going to improve my experience with rendering and all that, but is it pointless? Anyones opinion here is valid. Thanks!