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PC_Master

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About PC_Master

  • Title
    PC Builder
  • Birthday 2003-10-10

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Australia
  • Interests
    Computers/Software & Hardware
  • Biography
    I love buying and selling older computer plus building the machines :D I do dishes at a local cafe as my first job, but it's a start for me in the work force.
  • Occupation
    Dish Pig (Local Cafe)

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-3770 @ 3.4GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS p8h61
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 1600MHz
  • GPU
    MSI armour RX-570 4GB
  • Case
    Antec (random case)
  • Storage
    120gb SSD & 750GB Hitachi HDD
  • PSU
    Gigabyte PB-500W 80+ Bronze
  • Display(s)
    LG 24" 1920x1080p display
  • Cooling
    Cooler master (random cooler)
  • Keyboard
    HP membrane keyboard (Upgrading)
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    TurtleBeach XO-THREE
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro (64) bit

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  1. https://filehippo.com/download_speccy/post_download/ this might help
  2. Adding a more powerful graphics card to your PC isn't necessarily going to increase the temperature of other components by that much, hence why we have fans in the case to push cold air through the case and exhaust the dissipated heat out of the case, so I don't see it as a major problem. On that note, you should be fine!
  3. Hi all, x58 has always been my favourite platform of all time, and I am finally making the decision to transition from p55 to x58! I have been looking around for nice high end mobos and I have finally found an Asus Sabertooth x58 motherboard for $125 (AUD)! Was just wondering, is this a good price and or what is the recommended price for x58 stuff these days? Thanks EDIT: A pic of the board is below for reference
  4. They are stealing your money, pushing their members away from their platform therefore leaving them with a bad reputation. And how does it cost money to keep an account up and running, that is absurd! For the most part, how do they know that you haven't logged into your account for a while, sounds like they are sniffing around with your data. Get your shit together G2A!!!!
  5. What are your system specifications?
  6. Dont worry, I have tried 1470MHz core 2200MHz mem, power limit is all the way, +38MHz on vcore and it ran superposition benchmark fine, but every run after that (at the same settings), it kept on crashing, and now still does! I guess its just a matter of luck......... I might stress it for 24 hours stock and then oc and see if its fine with AIDA 64 then prime 95 maybe....
  7. Well, no matter what settings I try, it just keeps on crashing. Now, thats why I am asking for a baseline for what is recommended.
  8. Hi all, I have an rx 570 4gb and I was wanting to know some solid over clocks for it. I want to know what, core voltage, Power limit, Temp limit, Core clock, Memory clock and fan speed is recommended for my card. Many thanks, Nick
  9. I got it from a facebook bss group, mind you, postage was included in the price. And....... I paid $38 for my wd green 120gb ssd from ebay (AUD), so it definitely pays to look around on the used market.
  10. $80 for 6c/12t, you cant go wrong, thats a steal!
  11. I got my 128gb samsung ssd for $25. Not that bad of a deal, but I'm in Australia after all!
  12. Rebuilding your whole will cost more than upgrading the graphics card. There is no need to do a fresh install of windows because that will just make your life so much harder along with formatting the drives. Your better off looking around on ebay, craigslist, local fb groups for a gtx 1080 or 1080ti. They are still great cards and will provide you the power you need to play games at 4k. And plus, you could use the money from selling the two 970s to put towards a 1080 or 1080ti. The 4790k is plenty for gaming and is already beginning to bottleneck the 1080/1080ti a little, the rtx series would be a worse choice to put together for that platform as it will create a greater bottleneck than the 10 series would.
  13. AMD will always bring the best price to performance, and that's all that matters imo!
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