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PopsicleHustler

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    PopsicleHustler reacted to Mud_89 in Deadpool Case Mod   
    Just finished my Deadpool case mod project, it's my second mod and I went mid-range budget on it.
    Since it's a splatterfest, I went team red for the specs:
    Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X Graphics: PowerColor Radeon RX 590 Red Dragon 8 GB RAM: DDR4 16 GB at 3000 MHz Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty B350 Gaming-ITX/ac Storage: 240 GB SSD + 2 TB HDD Case: NZXT H210 with the self made Deadpool case mod Enjoy the eye candy!
     
    Cheers,
    Mudzie
     





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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Mister Woof in My gaming performance goes different from what i expected   
    R5 2600 isn't particularly good for games that require strong single-core performance or high refresh rate gaming in general.
     
    Most MMORPGs in my experience require super high single core performance. Black Desert, GW2, Aion and even WoW. And since R5 2600 doesn't have that, it won't run those games smoothly. If you want good performance, you will need 3600 with high overclock applied to it.
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    PopsicleHustler reacted to TeeVee in Air cooler versus aio   
    Hi Everyone,
     
    Thanks everyone for all the suggestions, I really appreciate it!
     
    I have now my new CPU fan cooler. Bought the Arctic freezer as suggested by @PopsicleHustler. Thank to you brother! 

    Again, Thanks everyone!
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from ItsMeRachata in Is Cities: Skylines CPU or GPU intense   
    Normally Skylines destroys any type of CPU you throw at it. But since your setup is so dated, it can't utilize much of the CPU whet GPU can barely keep up.
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from kirashi in Is Cities: Skylines CPU or GPU intense   
    Normally Skylines destroys any type of CPU you throw at it. But since your setup is so dated, it can't utilize much of the CPU whet GPU can barely keep up.
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from GDRRiley in Is Cities: Skylines CPU or GPU intense   
    Normally Skylines destroys any type of CPU you throw at it. But since your setup is so dated, it can't utilize much of the CPU whet GPU can barely keep up.
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Tamesh16 in Is Cities: Skylines CPU or GPU intense   
    Normally Skylines destroys any type of CPU you throw at it. But since your setup is so dated, it can't utilize much of the CPU whet GPU can barely keep up.
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    PopsicleHustler reacted to Soag in What's the appeal of non-competitive games?   
    I think it's just what you think you enjoy. Especially since you never played those (or ones that are good at it), so how can you really know?
     
    @PopsicleHustler already answered a part of it almost exactly as I would.
    @Crunchy Dragon took care of the other bit.
    Many others gave a lot of good answers as well.
    I will add: imagine something made you furious during the day. Then you come back home and launch some highly competitive PvP title. Let's make it worse, Team PvP, like some moba, CS:GO etc. Tell me, what will happen?
    On the contrary, what would happen if you launched ABZU, for example?
    And now that I look at it, you only mentioned single player/1v1 PvP games/modes. Let that sink in. Reflect on it. What does that tell about yourself? When you come to some conclusion, check out the first question I asked and answer it again.
     
    Oh, and to shake your world a bit as well: going by your logic, there's no point in getting good at the game to beat others as well. Maybe apart from massaging your own ego...
    It's not really replay value that you go for in those games, hope you see that now.
    That. Take a look at this sentence once again and think what it really means. There's nothing more to it than that.
    I bet you get it, especially since you have an anime-like avatar, so I guess you do watch shows. What's the point, you would ask, right?
      
    Notice how you decided to answer the one that's easiest for you to address and left others unmentioned?
    People decide to see what they want to see. It's easier to stay true to your beliefs rather than really question and reevaluate them.
    Try. Notice how there's a lot that holds true in the answers to questions @PopsicleHustler asked.
     
    A whole lot subjective, Vitamanic, wouldn't you say? I'd even go as far as to say narrow-minded.
    People are different. Had different upbringing, environment, life experiences, priorities, desires and we could keep on listing...
    To simply put it: some people need more interaction with humans, others not so much. And either is fine.
    Also: notice how he said he prefers PvP games over single player ones. Isn't it a bit of the opposite (while thinking about someone's character) to prefering to be alone? To prefering a lack of interaction with people?
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Soag in What's the appeal of non-competitive games?   
    What kind of a question is this? Its like asking - Why would you read a book? Or why would you watch a movie? Or why would you go on a vocation to Italy to take a few pictures if you can use Google Maps.
     
    Or better - Why would I sweat trying to learn how to play a competitive game if I can just watch E-sports stream of top players duking it out?
     
     
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    PopsicleHustler reacted to kontradictions in What's the appeal of non-competitive games?   
    I play games to destress and unwind after a long day at work. I don't need something to keep me on edge and wind me up.
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Minorika in What's the appeal of non-competitive games?   
    What kind of a question is this? Its like asking - Why would you read a book? Or why would you watch a movie? Or why would you go on a vocation to Italy to take a few pictures if you can use Google Maps.
     
    Or better - Why would I sweat trying to learn how to play a competitive game if I can just watch E-sports stream of top players duking it out?
     
     
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from TVwazhere in Can anyone identify this case, need to get side covers for it and dont know what it is.   
    Corsair Obsidian Series 900D
     
    EDIT: Link https://www.corsair.com/ww/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Obsidian-Series™-900D-Super-Tower-Case/p/CC-9011022-WW
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Suzaku in Can anyone identify this case, need to get side covers for it and dont know what it is.   
    Corsair Obsidian Series 900D
     
    EDIT: Link https://www.corsair.com/ww/en/Categories/Products/Cases/Obsidian-Series™-900D-Super-Tower-Case/p/CC-9011022-WW
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from jones177 in What's the appeal of non-competitive games?   
    What kind of a question is this? Its like asking - Why would you read a book? Or why would you watch a movie? Or why would you go on a vocation to Italy to take a few pictures if you can use Google Maps.
     
    Or better - Why would I sweat trying to learn how to play a competitive game if I can just watch E-sports stream of top players duking it out?
     
     
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Crunchy Dragon in What's the appeal of non-competitive games?   
    What kind of a question is this? Its like asking - Why would you read a book? Or why would you watch a movie? Or why would you go on a vocation to Italy to take a few pictures if you can use Google Maps.
     
    Or better - Why would I sweat trying to learn how to play a competitive game if I can just watch E-sports stream of top players duking it out?
     
     
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from boggy77 in What's the appeal of non-competitive games?   
    What kind of a question is this? Its like asking - Why would you read a book? Or why would you watch a movie? Or why would you go on a vocation to Italy to take a few pictures if you can use Google Maps.
     
    Or better - Why would I sweat trying to learn how to play a competitive game if I can just watch E-sports stream of top players duking it out?
     
     
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from MasterRaceMcqueen in CPU or GPU?   
    Can't you go with R5 3600 + RTX 2080?
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Mateyyy in CPU or GPU?   
    Can't you go with R5 3600 + RTX 2080?
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Lurick in CPU or GPU?   
    Can't you go with R5 3600 + RTX 2080?
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    PopsicleHustler reacted to TofuHaroto in Ryzen 5 3600 Running Toasty And Throttling with an aio   
    Do you have mce
     
    Check if the pump is working 
     
    What's the fan curv 
     
    Also how do you have your fans set 
     
    Check the RAD
     
    Check voltage 
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    PopsicleHustler reacted to _Syn_ in Building my first PC, need suggestions!   
    If you're going to spend that much money on a board whether it be X470 or X570, you better make use of it and put in a powerful CPU, you could instead save money and buy a 100$ B450 Board and get yourself a 2700X and you'd still be able to upgrade your CPU later on though you won't get PCIe 4.0 which I personally think is not a big deal, the only GPU to date that is able to begin saturating PCIe 3.0 is the RTX 2080 Ti, that's a lot of performance to be able to upgrade to.
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from Husky in Problem booting with new cpu   
    You need up to date Bios that supports Zen 2 CPU. If your local tech store is capable of updating it, then go ahead and ask them.
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from paddy-stone in Problem booting with new cpu   
    You need up to date Bios that supports Zen 2 CPU. If your local tech store is capable of updating it, then go ahead and ask them.
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    PopsicleHustler reacted to _Syn_ in RAM capped at 1600mhz.   
    CPUZ shows the real clock, and since DDR means Double Data Rate, 1600 * 2 = 3200mhz.
     
    Don't know how that's possible since you've set it to 3000mhz.
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    PopsicleHustler got a reaction from geo3 in how much performance gain will i *actually* see   
    You really need fast RAM for Ryzen, especially Zen 2. Having it at stock 2133Mhz gives you a significant performance decrease.
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