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About SirFido

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    I still laugh at deez nuts...


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 Gaming Pro Carbon
  • RAM
    2x8gb Corsair Vengeance RGB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1080 Arous+
  • Case
    Corsair 460x
  • Storage
    525gb Crucial ssd and 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 750w bq
  • Display(s)
    AOC AGON 27" LED
  • Cooling
    3xHD120 RGB fans, and a... stock.. cooler...
  • Keyboard
    Corsair k55

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  1. 2600x if you plan on buing a seperate cooler and 2600 if you are going with the one in the box.
  2. Do you really need 3TB of SSD storage? Seems a little extreme, but I won't stop you. If you are planning on long term storage for pictures and games you rarely play, maybe get a large HDD to 1/2 the price? But you know better than me what you need and want, so it's nothing major. Maybe trade it down a littlebit, just to save some money for an icecream or ten. Good job on the build btw, going to be a killer pc!
  3. I agree with @GoldenLag, a used 290x has almost double the preformance of a 1050 at the same price (when you buy 290x used). The CPU might be bottlenecking it, but nothing to major.
  4. Yes that would work out. You would have to have a really weird configuration for the Mobo and GPU not to be compatible with each other. What you should worry about is the CPU (right socket), Cooler(does it fit in the case), GPU (length) and Mobo (Atx, Matx, aso) .
  5. That motherboard only supports ddr2 memory, the HP computer has ddr3 memory, so it would not work
  6. Sure! That one looks nice, good find!
  7. I am sorry, but there is no way the thermaltake case would work. The main board literally just won't fit inside, 100% guaranteed.
  8. Aight, so you have a lot to choose from, but it is virtually impossible to find a case that is as cheap and sexy as that thermaltake one. Part of the reason why is because ATX systems are bigger and therefore require more material to be built, so they are more expensive. Here are a few alternatives: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/JcgPxr/corsair-270r-atx-mid-tower-case-cc-9011106-ww https://pcpartpicker.com/product/2hzv6h/fractal-design-case-fdcaarcbl https://pcpartpicker.com/product/wNrG3C/cooler-master-case-nse400kkn2 https://pcpartpicker.com/product/c67wrH/thermaltake-case-ca1b200m1nn00 Some of these have a 5.25" bay for your DVD- or card-readers, while some don't . Those above are just examples, you can basically buy whatever you want from the link that @Slottrgave, the only thing you NEED to make sure is that it has enough space for your storage. If you want you can DM me the case you want, and i'll check it.
  9. I would not recommend it, but you are a man of free will so you can theoretically do whatever you want
  10. That's great! It seems like you have two hard drives, both being 3.5" (it's a little hard to see the bottom one). That means you need to find a case that can hold two 3.5" disks, which 80% of cases can. One sec, let me see if i can find something similar to the Thermaltake one.
  11. Yes, then it seems like you need to follow @Slottr's advise, that is an ATX system. Make sure that the case you choose has enough space for your storage devices, like SSD's and hard drives. You should be able to figure out how many you have by simpy looking in file explorer or, more prefirably, open up the case and take a look. I have attached an image pointing to where the storage devices are in the HP computer. When shopping for a new case, make sure that it can support all the storage devices you have. You should be able to find how many a given case supports by looking under "expansions" in the specification sheet. 2.5" and 3.5" refers to the diagonal width of the drive. Be aware that the thermaltake case you have listed above has an USB 3.0 port on the front. If i am not mistaken, i do belive that the motherboard in the HP computer does not have an USB 3.0 header, which means you might have to live with a dead usb port if you chose a case with a USB 3.0 port in the front, which most cases today have. The HP case also has a 5.25" bay in the front (that is where the card reader is). If you find a case that also has a 5.25" front bay port, you should be able to move the front card readers to it. I have also attached an image of where the 5.25" front bay, since i suck at explaining. The HP case has a DVD reader, but you can virtually forget about finding a case with one of those built in. If the DVD reader is important to you, you can replace the card readers in the 5.25" bay with a 5.25" DVD reader. I think that covers most of it. I hope you have the best of luck! Do not hesitate to ask if you have anymore questions EDIT: I am a dumbass. The CMT has three 5.25" bays, and many USB 3.0 headers. Forget what i said about the dead USB's, that only counts for the SFF. If you find a case with one or more 5.25" bays you should be able to migrate the DVD reader and/or the card reader. Sorry for the mistake, it's late. /:
  12. Hey! Do you have the HP Workstation Z220 SFF or CMT?
  13. Oh, that's both on the computer and on the clould? Thank you, that makes everything easier! <3
  14. Yhea, but i want to have the pictures two places. So when i save something on my hard drive, it gets on Onedrive as well without me doing anything.
  15. Hello! I have a quick question; I have a single folder where i store all the images i have ever taken and naturally i want to back up this folder somewhere. I recently invested in Onedrive, Microsoft's cloud storage. Is it possible for me to have a folder automatically backed up on the cloud without me having to manually copy the images from my hard drive and move them over to onedrive? Thank you!