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About Shreyas1

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    Asrock B450m Pro 4
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengance LPX 2133 MHz DDR4 16 GB
  • GPU
    GP 104 ( GTX 1070 )
  • Case
    Thermaltake core v21
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus Plus 550W Gold
  • Display(s)
    Acer gn246hl + LG 27uk850
  • Cooling
    Noctua NF-A14 PWM
  • Keyboard
    G.Skill KM780 red backlight
  • Mouse
    Logitech g502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Logitech G230
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. so the fans aren't working and there's no signal from it? And you bought it for $29?
  2. If they do it right, they could potentially specialize in used, low to mid tier hardware that would be useful for gamers on a budget, which is something both BestBuy and Microcenter cannot do. For example, if GameStop could specialize in flipping used 10 series and 20 cards that are guaranteed to work, they might be able to find a niche there.
  3. If I could get over my fear of electronics falling into the water while still being plugged in, that would actually be pretty enjoyable Also, you're going to have to refill every half hour or so because the water is going to get colder
  4. I mean, in general nowadays I've seen so many products (tech and not tech) that come out and have problems immediately at launch. Problems that could be avoided if you just wait for a month or so after launch for the company to fix their problems.
  5. You know what would be nice? If they had a system like boot camp but for iOS and Android, so people could use android if they felt like it
  6. If you have the old box and antistatic bag, use that If not, use foam and a shoebox. Still, and antistatic bag is preferable
  7. This is why you never pay to become a beta tester buy a new product at launch
  8. I mean we literally have no way of knowing right now. Vega cards were better for workstation loads iirc, but idk if that would translate into AMD being better for those workloads again. Also, i remember AMD having supply issues with their vega cards which drove prices upwards, might happen again? IDK
  9. I really want to play Xbox games on my iOS device, Apple plz make a deal with ms too
  10. tbh I recommend searching up a pc building guide on youtube. Bonus points if you can find one that uses your case and/or motherboard. Really helped me out on my first build to see someone else do it alongside me
  11. Is it a prebuilt? In that case the PSU might be proprietary, meaning another one not made by the manufacturer might not work
  12. Ah, that makes more sense then. Yeah you should probably build soon in that case. With PSUs, the quality is not dependent on the 80 rating or the manufacturer, most manufacturers make some good and some bad PSUs. I recommend checking this list and choosing one based on it: you don't need something super high end, I would say something in tier B or above.
  13. I mean if you're not going to be gaming right now, and are only going to be doing homework with that system, sure it would work. But in that case, you should probably just wait for a few weeks when the new AMD processors are announced so that you can potentially get a better value for your money. My recommendation would be to save up for a little bit longer so you can get a better value for your money when you eventually start gaming. What are you using right now for homework, is it not enough?