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zylx

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  1. @MoonzyThanks for part picker tip! Basically i bought 3800x for the price of 3700x. If the price was regular i would pick 3700x. TUF is about 150 PLN more, and it was my first choice, but it not match the color scheme... B550 boards cost almost the same as x570, fe that Asrock PRO4 B550 is only 40zł cheaper, which is ~10 $. And Thunderbolt support may be needed int future. TUF is much better than this asrock? Ram clearance should be ok.
  2. Unfortunately i can't wait.
  3. Ok, you are right. Sorry. Any thought about the build?
  4. ~1500 Euro, Because for girls aesthetic and look is often more important than for man. And that's te case here. If i build for myself, i would gladly choose chipper case, no rgb etc to get more performance in same budget.
  5. Budget (including currency): 6500 PLN Country: Poland Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: CAD/3D Workstation, Adobe, nothing super heavy, gaming Other details (already have 3800x, bought on sale couple of weeks ago, but can be returned, for women - look is important): https://pl.pcpartpicker.com/list/FTDx7T CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3800x 1500 PLN CPU Cooler: Thermalright Macho Rev.B 73.6 CFM CPU Cooler 230 PLN Motherboard: ASRock X570 Pro4 ATX AM4 Motherboard 720 PLN Memory: G.Skill Trident Z 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 CL17 Memory White/Silver 690 PLN Storage: ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive 589 PLN Video Card: Palit GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER 8 GB JetStream Video Card 2340 PLN Case: Fractal Design Meshify C ATX Mid Tower Case White 420 PLN FAN: Fractal Design X2 GP-12 (White) 52.3 CFM 120 mm Fan 60 PLN My main concerned is MoBo. I chose it mainly for aesthetic reasons. Is there any better than that in similar price point? Also, in same price i can get 3466mhz RAM, but CL16. Which one will be better. Will there be issues with ram clearance? Any thought? I haven't build pc for couple of years, and i'm not up to date as i used to be.
  6. Bios updated to most recent one, LLC 6 didn't help either, system won't post.
  7. That would be perfect but i can't do that because: 1. Z170 system isn't my, i just borrowed it to test everything and owner want his sticks back 2. G.Skill sticks are blue and don't match with rest of the system
  8. I just build my first Ryzen build and i experienced some odd behavior. But first my spec: Cpu: Ryzen 1600 Gpu Palit 1060 jet stream Coller: Silentium PC Fortis V2 Ram: G.Skill 3000mhz 15-17-17-35 CMK8GX4M2B3000C15R @ 3200mhz 16-16-16-35 Mobo: Msi B350 Tomahawk bios 1.9 I find out using Ryzen Master Software that my chip works rock stable at 3,9GHz with 1.35V. It even go to 4.1GHz but need 1.5V to be stable and it is too high for me for everyday usage. So, after 16h successful stress testing with Aida64 i try to set those settings (3,9, 1.35V) in bios, but my system don't even post. I try voltages up to 1.5V but still no post. I read that i should disable AMD Cool N' Quiet, C States/C6, Spread Spectrum, Core Performance Boost but that didn't help either. Max i can get through BIOS is 3.85GHz and it is stable at 1.275V setting (but it actually it is 1.31V). Any advice how i can get better OC with bios? 1.31 is quite low and i fell there is much room for improvement
  9. Bios updated. Sticks are in correct slots according to mobo manual.
  10. I just build my first Ryzen build and i experienced some odd behavior. But first my spec: Cpu: Ryzen 1600 Gpu Palit 1060 jet stream Coller: Silentium PC Fortis V2 Ram: Corsair Vengance LPX 3000mhz 15-17-17-35 CMK8GX4M2B3000C15R Mobo: Msi B350 Tomahawk bios 1.9 After assembly my system don't even post. It turned out that one ram stick is not working, and after removing it my system post and i was able to install windows with 1 stick only. I was even able to OC ram up to 2800mhz t 16-16-16-35 (I read that some people are able to run that memory at 3200mhz 16-18-18-36 at same motherboard, but in my case system won't post with that). I was going to RMA RAM but out of curiosity i checked memory in z170 system, and, to my surprise i find out that both memory sticks are ok and run at 2933 15-17-17-35 with no problems. At that point i was thinking that the problem is with my motherboard rather than ram, so i took ram from z170 build (G.Skill 3000mhz 15-16-16-35 2x4gb). And it works flawless, easily overclocked to 3200mhz 16-16-16-35! So my mobo is ok. As a last resort i put all 4 sticks (G.Skill and Corsair) together and... it works as well, all 4 sticks was detected and i was able to oc to 2444mhz. Any of you have idea why one of the corsair don't work with my motherboard at all unless i put two additional sticks? I would understand if any of those corsair sticks didn't work, but that is odd as hell!
  11. I have currently GF 650, but, i'm going to build new workstaion and completely change the way i use PC - multiple VM's on multi screen config. So, maybe if i'm lucky, i will finish with Nvidia and Amd cards in one rig.
  12. I would love to replace ma TV with thise projector!
  13. System is using mainly for browsing, office and playing CSGO.
  14. Hello everybody! Currently I'm in process of testing my new miniITX rig (Asus Z170i Pro Gaming, i5-6600k, EVGA 970 SSC ACX+, 8Gb 2400mhz Ram, Cooler Master Seidon 120v rev2, Cooler master elite 130). I changed CPU ratio to 46 and set 0.030v offset to core voltage. Aida64 is running for 13h (and counting), everything is stable. CPU-Z reports, that core voltage fluctuates between 1.27V-1.3V, however, Asus AI suite and Aida64 shows slightly higher values, 1.312V-1.344V. CPU temperature (reported by Aida and AI suite) is 55C-57C degrees and, CPU Package temperature is ~65C degrees with peeks to 71C. Hottest core peeks to 73C degrees. Motherboard temp is 40C. All above temps occur when fans on radiator spin less than half of their speed. When set to full speed CPU temp drop to 48C, CPU package drop to 50C-55C withe peaks to 60, and mobo temp to 33C degrees. Are my settings safe for long time usage? What about temps?
  15. I have to choose one from: - GIGABYTE GA-Z170N-WIFI - ASRock Z170M-ITX/AC or, if it is a good reason, slightly more expensive - Asus Z170I Pro Gaming - MSI Z170I Gaming PRO AC Which one i should choose and why? Which will be the best for stability, which for OC?
  16. Thank you for all advices and sorry for such delay in response. I was thinking about better PSU from the beginning, but my budget limitations force me to find something cheaper. My thinking was that this will consume something like 280W after OC, so I have plenty reserve, especially that 450W corsair i proposed is really in good price. However, i will find something slightly better. R9 390 is not an option to me. I will be running Linux on one of the systems and Linux Radeon driver is crap. I will definitely go for 2x4GB for ATX build, but fo ITX i will by 1x8GB. Simply to have room for additional 8GB in the future. G-Skill are much more expensive. I will have to choose between Crucial (without rads) and Kingstone. Simply, there is no mobo with z170 without support for igpu. And you can utilise iGPU for Quick Sync encoding, OpenCL and stuff like that. Yes, i could add another fun to Dark Rock 3, additional mounts are included in box. Gladius M35 is windowless, but maybe I will add window in the future by myself. Looking at PSU cables isn't an problem, because M36 have full covered basement so no cables will be visible. Last dilemma i have concerns mobo for mini ITX build. I can't find good comparison about z170 itx boards. I have to choose one from: - GIGABYTE GA-Z170N-WIFI - ASRock Z170M-ITX/AC or, if it is a good reason, slightly more expensive - Asus Z170I Pro Gaming - MSI Z170I Gaming PRO AC Which one i should choose and why? Which will be the best for stability, which for OC?
  17. Greetings from Poland! I'm about to build two new systems, and I will be grateful for any advice. My budget is about 4000 polish złoty (PLN),which is ~1000 $USD . Both systems will be used as personal rigs, mainly to browse Internet, watch moves, play games (CS:GO), and do Office related job. Only differences between systems, is that one have to be small factor. Small factor build: Case: Cooler Master ITX MINI ELITE 130 169 PLN (~42,9 $USD) PSU Corsair VS Series 450W 80PLUS 120mm FAN 169 PLN (~42,9 $USD) SSD Crucial BX200 240GB 285 PLN (~72,4 $USD) GPU EVGA GeForce GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+ 1 499 PLN (~380,5 $USD) Mobo GIGABYTE GA-Z170N-WIFI 599 PLN (~172 $USD) CPU i5-6600K 1 045 PLN (~265,3 $USD) Cooler COOLER MASTER SEIDON 120V REV. 2 + NOCTUA NF-F12 PWM 210 PLN (~53,3 $USD) RAM Kingston HyperX FURY 8GB DDR4 2133MHz CL14 155 PLN (~39,4 $USD) ATX: Case: SilentiumPC Gladius M35 189 PLN (~48 $USD) PSU Corsair VS Series 450W 80PLUS 120mm FAN 169 PLN (~42,9 $USD) SSD Crucial BX200 240GB 285 PLN (~72,4 $USD) GPU EVGA GeForce GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+ 1 499 PLN (~380,5 $USD) Mobo Asrock Z170 Extreme4 ATX 605 PLN (~153,6 $USD) CPU i5-6600K 1 045 PLN (~265,3 $USD) Cooler Be-Quiet Be Quiet Cpu Cooler Dark Rock 3 265 PLN (~67,3 $USD) RAM Kingston HyperX FURY 8GB DDR4 2133MHz CL14 155 PLN (~39,4 $USD) Have any advice?
  18. How you created USB boot drive? Use Unetbootin to create botable usb, it is free and fully support ubuntu.
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