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About 19_blackie_73

  • Title
    silence! the best noise of a computer

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    somewhere inbetween the US and Asia


  • CPU
    R5 3600
  • Motherboard
    MSI X470 Gaming Plus Elite
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair LPX, 3200MHz
  • GPU
    MSI 2060 Super Gaming X
  • Case
    be quiet! Silent Base 501
  • Storage
    1TB 660p, 250GB Kingston A2000, 1TB Seagate Barracuda, 2 TB WD Blue
  • PSU
    be quiet! Straight Power 550W CM
  • Display(s)
    Dell UP2516D x2
  • Cooling
    all be quiet!: 3x Pure Wings 2 140mm; CPU Cooler: Dark Rock 4
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Looks pretty expensive too me, should be probably a $1000 US or sth. along those lines excl. monitor. And 144hz+ 1080p with a 2700 doesn't seem the best idea to me
  2. wouldn't go for the 3950x for gaming, just get the 3700x and the 2080ti. If you really feel like it get the 3900x, but that's it. GPU > Core Count
  3. At least one windows uprade in history that worked without crashing a single computer and didn't have 10 million bugs at release
  4. still pick the 2600 out of the two, better value. Invest the money in a decent tower cooler or save it
  5. That's true, but nobody has to buy from one specific store. And maybe the 2600x pricing is screwed because 100$ for a 2600 seems about right
  6. For 200$ you could probably get the 3600 which is way faster, so no. The x versions are most times not worth it unless they are the same price
  7. Not too sure how many people are still willing to trust NordVPN
  8. Do you have another gpu in it? If yes are you plugged into it, not the mobo? If not, you need to get a dedicated gpu as the 2600 does not have an integrated gpu
  9. Seems like you could utilize the extra lanes and with all that cpu power retire some servers. So it is probably worth it, especially as you use it for your business too and if you cando sth. in less time, time is money in your case. So maybe you can recover the extra cost easily, but that depends if the software you are using really can utilize all that cores
  10. And even then... If you don't have a 144Hz display and don't care about more than 60fps, it doen't matter as long as it is about above of what you need to enjoy it.
  11. If it does what you want it do it is a good card. If it does it still in 10 years it is still a good, but old card. Don't let anyone tell you to change it if you're basically satisfied with what it does.
  12. Always depends on what you are doing with it and what resolution. For some games total overkill, for some games bottom limit
  13. Sell both mobo and cpu and get a 3600 plus some b450 board like the msi max boards. It's the only senseable option and should be way less than 600 dollars total