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DKM1129

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About DKM1129

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  • Birthday 1992-11-29

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    Male

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 2600x
  • Motherboard
    Asus X470 Gaming-F
  • RAM
    16GB GSkills DRR4 @ 32500mhz
  • GPU
    Sapphire Pulse 5700xt
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S
  • Storage
    1x Samsung 970 evo 500Gb
  • PSU
    Corsair CX750M
  • Display(s)
    LG 29' Ultrawide
  • Cooling
    CoolerMaster Masterliquid 120l RGB

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  1. When was this stated? I had no idea but if that is the case I'll save up and wait for Ryzen 4000 series
  2. Depending on what you want from it, if you are going to do 1080p gaming only then I suggest not worrying about anything else and get the 2060, I would suggest a AMD RX 5700xt but those are around $400 to $420 depending on whether you want to deal with the terrible stock cooler or not
  3. Even though its a 120mm AIO I have two noctua fans in push pull, with the 3700x's lower TDP it should be more than adequate since Im getting like 68c with the 2600x when stress testing the CPU, but if that turns out to not be enough Im more than willing to get something like the Be Quiet! Dark Rock 4 to do the job
  4. In some ways you can say I want to do it "just because" but my logic is more sound than that, I'll be able to keep the same setup for longer without having to upgrade, The TDP of the 3700x is much lower than the 2600x so my thermals would be better, and from what I recall Ryzen 3000 series will be the last using the AM4 platform, so this is the highest upgrade path (barring the 3800x and 3900x and possible 3950x) which still won't leave me broke when I decide I do the upgrade, so its a lot more "future proof"
  5. Ah my apologies will update them now, my current specs are AMD 2600x, Asus x470 Strix gaming F, coolermaster 120l RGB, 16gb GSkills DRR4 RAM @ 3200mhz and a few SSDs for storage.
  6. Hi all. So I know this pretty simple since I know its possible but what I would like to know is whether it will be worth it to do so in terms of performance? Also what would this increase in performance mean in games? You're more than welcome to share links so I can also make an informed decision by myself.
  7. I'm aware they the P400a just came out but any idea if you will be able to fit the front panel from the P400a to the P400s? The P400s is truly a great case but when it comes to air flow it sucks hard.
  8. The hyper 212 is still in use as my old PC is now my little brothers PC. At this moment im leaning toward the DR4 since it also looks really good
  9. Coming from a i5 2500k cooled by a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo the pump noise is mostly new to me, is having the pump run at 100% at all times good? Or should I let the BIOS ramp up the speed of the pump when it wants? I don't mind keeping it for another year or so, just paranoid since im new to using AIOs
  10. So some context before I ask my final question/s, I have a Cooler Master ML120m AIO water cooler in push pull on my AMD Ryzen 2600x, I've had this set up for over a year now and I use the PC mostly for gaming. Recently I've encountered some ridiculous pump noise coming from the AIO (mostly the sound of water moving almost like a gargling sound but I have the pump running at 100% so maybe that's my problem?) even at idle. The clocks I get are good and the temps I get are good as well ( 68c after about an hour of gaming which to me is fine). Now to my main worry, I hate the sound of the pump and the gargling sound it makes I have zero confidence in leaving the PC on overnight in fear that the AIO will spill it's guts at any second, I'm pretty much ready to go back to air cooling. My first question is how are the clock speeds and temps on an adequate air cooler such as the dark rock 4 or the Noctua nh-u14s? Also which one is the better between the two?. Sorry for the lengthy explanation but I hope someone, anyone, can give me good feedback preferably with some temps. Also if it's any help I have the Phanteks P400s case.
  11. Was also thinking the motherboard would be the issue as well.
  12. So a buddy of mine is looking to upgrade his RAM on his HP 15-bs105ni which currently sports 4GB of RAM at 2400mhz speed. I did recommend a 16GB RAM kit at 3000mhz speed for him but I'm worried the laptop will never be able to clock the RAM at those speeds, so if anyone has info on this particular laptop model with regards to this topic any and all advice would be welcome. Thank you.
  13. Also thanks for the advice was also thinking rx550 or 1030
  14. Already have a G3258 which I don't want to change. It'll just be cheaper for me to change out my aging gt620
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