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About Beowulff83

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LED 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz
  • GPU
    AORUS GeForce® GTX 1070Ti 8G
  • Case
    Cooler Master CM 590 III
  • Storage
    KingDian M.2 120GB SSD / WD Blue 1TB SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM
  • PSU
    Corsair CX550
  • Display(s)
    AOC G2460PF 24” Gaming Monitor, FreeSync, FHD (1920x1080)
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  • Sound
    Creative Inspire 2.1 2500

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  1. I usually just keep my arm in contact with the case while i go prodding around inside a pc. The straps are a pain imo.
  2. You literally have the coolest gtx 1050
  3. If you can find a motherboard, cpu and ram in your budget i would go this route. This also gives you an upgrade path in a few years to drop a ryzen 3000 series cpu in it to stretch out the life a bit longer, as long as you find a solid b350 motherboard or better.
  4. intended for mining. I would contact gigabyte and ask them what are the differences. IMO they just added MI to the title to make a different skew and dropped the warranty period to 3 months just to cover them selves. All the specs on their website show this to be the same as their other rx580 cards. Don't forget they left GAMING in the title as well. Seems pretty lazy if this was to be their mining series of cards.
  5. It listed as a Gaming card with MI in the title. The mining cards i have seen from the manufacturers usually only have a single dvi port, no hdmi or display port.
  6. There is a solid chance the 4080 vanilla will be better than the 3080ti so if you can hold off a little longer . . .
  7. If you wan't to wait by all means. The thing with technology is if you wait until the next year to get the next best thing then you will never make a purchase. There is always something better coming out in the future. Rx 5700xt ? check used prices for gtx 1080.
  8. Thanks i realized that after i posted this topic. I have 3 different convertibles i am currently looking at. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Productcompare?CompareItemList=34-847-869%2C34-845-277%2C9SIA6V69YE2507 Any thoughts on those?
  9. My mom is looking at upgrading from her tablet Amazon HD8. She needs something a bit larger with a keyboard to do her mobile work on. Nothing major mostly emails and documents. Likes the idea of a detachable keyboard to still use the device like a tablet. She prefers windows over android. I would prefer to get something with an i5 and 8gb of ram. Her max budget $700 usd but lower is better. Amazon has Surface pro 6 with i5, 8gb ram and 128 gb ssd for $635. Are there any other options i should be looking at instead? Thanks
  10. It was worth it for me to go from a spire to a hyper 212 but i believe the prism and 212 will run about the same. You may want to go with the prism as it will probably force more air down on your vrm.
  11. If your leaving the modular connector on,5/8" should work but might be tight.
  12. Think i also read somewhere that you may need to increase voltage to cpu as it does not have the voltage to sustain all of the threads. Not sure about your board but keep in mind a lot of them were released well before the Q9xxx came out and were never meant to run them and only did after you updated to the last bios upgrade available. Also is this really an issue? What percent is your gpu running at during gaming. As long as your maxing out your gpu there should be no problem.
  13. Have you tried reaching out to msi? I had issues with my ryzen 1st gen and asrock support was able to help me get my ram up to 3000mhz at the time. It may be worth emailing them with the details.
  14. Did you try going back to stock bios settings? Wondering if something funny happened going from an apu to a cpu.