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  1. Hey i also might be interested in joining i just got byoc tickets.
  2. Do you need a BYOC ticket to participate in the tournaments that are going to be hosted? Just wondering so i can choose to buy a BYOC ticket from people on the forum or just the 2 day pass.
  3. yikes if there's a life time warranty the sticks or any warrently i would take it. The stick with the worst timing and frequency would be the best you could achieve, so if you got a 3000 stick you wouldn't be able to run them at 3000 because of your current stick unless you made the timings higher for all them.
  4. You dont nessarly need to get the same kit, The only problem is that you might not be able to reach the same timings if you buy another 3000MHz kit (unless they are the same timmings). Im not sure how the xmp will handle different and you might have to set trimmings and speed manually.
  5. will you ever be able to obtain more money in the future? because currently getting more money and then using it to get a better solution since you should be able to re use your ram, power supply case. The problem is that you have 2 components that are kinda balanced and they are very cheap. Cheap enough that upgrading one part or the other wont make to much of a difference. If you upgrade your GPU it might be better at higher resolutions but then you will still have bad fps in actual fights or game play. If you upgrade your CPU you will get better more stable fps but only enough to the bottleneck your gpu and you will remain at lower resolutions. @star_pilot475 response is probably the best option. If you can get more money later on it would probably benefit you to upgrade your gpu first and rx 580 is a good pick. I also recommend this PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2 GHz 6-Core Processor $109.89 @ OutletPC Motherboard Gigabyte - B450M DS3H Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard $71.88 @ OutletPC Video Card PowerColor - Radeon RX 570 4 GB RED DRAGON Video Card $119.99 @ Newegg Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total (before mail-in rebates) $316.76 Mail-in rebates -$15.00 Total $301.76 Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-06-19 23:16 EDT-0400
  6. Thats for intel and AMD just hasen't been relevant for 10 years until ryzen.
  7. oh no uhhh uhhhh uhhhhhhh you only real option unless you have ram, case, graphics card, or more laying around your going to only be able to squeek by with like either a athlon or a 2200g/2400g <= better than athlon.
  8. Which video editing software? It depends.
  9. 2600k it can overclock probably just as well as 2700k. Not worth the extra 10 for 2700k.
  10. For the B450 board you might have too update the bios on it for the 3600 which will require having a AM4 socket chip e.g. (1000 series 2000 series ryzen based athlons) . Alternatively when you buy the chip you can fill out the AMD form for them to send you a CPU (that you have to send back) to update your bios. If you go the ryzen 2700 route you wont need to update your bios.
  11. hey i own a t3600 and there a clear cmos pins right next to the 24 pin power connector idk know if that will work but try that and if you didnt already know that dell uses a proprietary 24 pin for the board so normal powersupplys dont work unless you rewire the psu or have a adapter. When i first got the t3600 to launch it took like 3 minutes i think so keep that in mind.
  12. If he has a dell board similar to mine(T3600) that doesn't work since the power button pin(s) don't work that way and you need a proprietary device like this. i did however find out if you want to turn it on in a super jank way just hotswap a pcie device in and it will turn on.
  13. Okay thank for the info i think im going to go with a MAX6675 arduino thermocouple to SPI and then just use serial to PC and log the data. I did not know there was a box to tell people that the post was edited thanks for telling me. Also any recommendations for current clamps? Ive always wanted one but i didn't want to spend $100 to $200 on one. you can just PM i don't think we need to send messages anymore on this post and me even making this post on this page is contradictory to what i just said.
  14. Used gtx 1060(120$), 1070 (230$),1070 ti (290$), 1080(~370$) are good bang for your buck and will do 1080p all games no problems. New the Rx 580(180$-200$) or 590(210-220$) should easily hit 60fps 1080 max settings in all titles except maybe gta 5 as its heavy nvidia biased so you would have overclock it a bit. personally a Used 1070 or ti would be my choice you will always have above 60 fps at 1080p. Used Vega 56 come around 240$ but are kinda hot cards but are good overclockers with cooling.
  15. AVX instruction set offset? That could do it.
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