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About MadmanRB

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  • Birthday 1981-09-05

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  • Gender
  • Location
    AEW! AEW! AEW!
  • Interests
    Fish custard, ponies, science fiction, being crazy.
  • Biography
    I exist
  • Occupation
    professional crazy person


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Asus PRIME X570-PRO
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 G.Skill Trident Z DDR4-3200
  • GPU
  • Case
    Phanteks Eclipse P400S White
  • Storage
    Seagate ST3000DM008-2DM166 3TB drive / Seagate ST2000DM006-2DM164 2TB drive/Sabrent Rocket 512GB SSD Nvme
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    ASUS MG278
  • Cooling
    2 140MM front fans, 1 120MM rear, Ryzen stock cooler
  • Keyboard
    Drevo Blademaster
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Realtek S1220A
  • Operating System
    Endevour OS/ Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. Well if one can find the AF sku go for it, if not the 2600 is still cheap enough and is very suitible
  2. Nah hang on to your 2600, its still a great processor and the boost you will see from the 3600 may not be worth it. Just hang onto this system, it is fine as it is.
  3. Anyhow silliness aside I say that the word "gaming" alone should be avoided when making a purchase and focus more on features and price point. Gaming keyboards on their own mean little if they lack features. Plenty products out there feed on that "gamer" aspect and it means little if said product is junk. A $30 keyboard will always feature $30 features such as membranes or no RGB But there are plenty of overpriced keyboards out there who also use the word "gaming" to lure you in. I say good range for keyboards is the $60 to $130 price point as there is not much above or below these price points that are worth your money.
  4. Because only hackers and pirates use linux If linux was so evil why is valve openly supporting it?
  5. Try to make sure the GPU is seated properly and all cables are connected.
  6. Yes I am aware of this, i just didn't want to overload with information while trying to solve what might be in the end a minor issue
  7. Nah new GTX 1080Tis are overpriced and the used market is very full of con artists. If you really want nvidia go for a RTX 2070 though its just possible you just got a bad card in general and its not a AMD issue, remember AMD only provides the PCB and the actual GPU, the rest of the card can have issues outside of AMD so one cannot fully blame AMD all the time. Manufacturer issues happen even if you went Nvidia, sure the red devil card is considered one of the best but red devil isnt perfect and you may have just got a dud from their batch.... it happens as thats the nature of mass production. I know there is this consensus that AMD makes bad GPU's but this is not always the case. One can have a 2080Ti and still have issues so it all goes down to the silicon lottery then and minor QC hiccups. If you RMA the card see if a replacement card will work better, if the issue persists then maybe yes for your needs maybe nvidia may be better but there is never gaurentees as even nvidia has issues.
  8. Well then please TRIM your SSD and see if that helps, you know how to use the windows defrag tool correct?
  9. SMART is a way to check both hard drive and SSD integrity, did you check your drive using corsairs SSD software? And TRIM is defragging for SSD's
  10. How is your SMART? Did you TRIM your drive?
  11. Okay i had to check. What about that hard drive, you use a hard drive to store your games correct? Is it defragged?
  12. Okay so no major issues detected by userbenchmark, i just wanted to see your results and they seem to be contestant with real benchmark websites. Anyhow how are your temps? Is your machine running hot when gaming? Do you use say NZXT cam or even Rivatuner?