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AndreiArgeanu

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About AndreiArgeanu

  • Title
    BEANZ
  • Birthday 2003-09-28

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    UK
  • Interests
    Programming, Cycling
  • Biography
    Gamer. Respectful. A try hard sometimes. Friendly
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    i7-7700HQ
  • Motherboard
    It'a laptop
  • RAM
    8GB DDR4
  • GPU
    Nvidia GTX 1050 2gb
  • Case
    Asus ROG ZX553VD
  • Storage
    1TB hard drive 256 M.2 SSD
  • PSU
    19V~6.32A AC Adapter
  • Display(s)
    Acer K242HQL
  • Cooling
    Stock
  • Keyboard
    Marvo KG937 Outemu Blue Mechanical Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech G203
  • Sound
    Evo Core Phenom Mega
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. It's a cheap case I got off amazon, doesn't have much info. that's why I kind of measured the clearance and gave the smallest number I got. The case is a ionz kz08, with 4 cheap Antec 120mm. I have a 5th one that I didn't install. (it was part of a 5 pack). The ram is Corsair Vengeance (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16) 2X8gb kit at 3200mhz, currently running at 2400mhz because A-xmp doesn't work, but I contatcted MSI and if it doesn't work out I'm getting a different kit.
  2. No idea, it all looks auto to me. The auto boost jus says, base clock+600mhz, and it sets the cpu fan to run at 100% all the time.
  3. So, I was kind of looking at upgrading the cooling on my ryzen 3 3100 system since if I run the system with GameBoost (MSI Self overclock something), it puts the cpu at 4.2ghz all core and the cpu hits 94-101C constantly on stock cooler, it never throttled but the high temps are concerning so I turned it off. So I've been looking at a cheap upgrade to keep the CPU cool. The clearance in my case is about 15cm, maybe. So I've been looking at the Hyper 212 EVO at 26£, Hyper H412R at 20£ and the be quiet! Pure Rock Slim at 20£. I'm not sure if the Hyper 212 EVO will fit the case. The H412R looks to be the best choice. But I can't confirm the quality of either coolers.
  4. It's not a deal breaker if you don't go for the higher frequency ram. However if you can, you should, considering that it doesn't cost that much more.
  5. This is an overall good build. I don't see issues with it. You may want, if possible to get 3600mhz memory instead of 3200mhz, it's not a deal breaker if you don't, but it can help the CPU provide the best performance it can.
  6. I'll probably have to change the timings as well. Is it ok if I just enter the specs of the memory in the motherboard OC bios? Like 1.35V, 16-18-18-36 latency at 3200mhz?
  7. I have a Ryzen 3 3100, with 2x8gb 3200mhz corsair memory in dual channel and when trying to activate the either A-XMP profiles on the motherboard it only goes from 2133mhz to 2400mhz. Why is that and how do I fix it?
  8. If you can, you should wait for Zen 3 and RTX 3070, or whatever AMD brings with Big Navi
  9. Use a wired connection to your PC. Or a wired connection to the extender.
  10. What do you mean by AND. Are you running 2 power supplies in the same system?
  11. Chances are AMD will undercut nvidia with their pricing as always and potentially offer better value early on, until nvidia lowers their prices, or start to spit super and ti everywhere, making all their skews difficult to understand. From what I can recall, correct me if I'm wrong, but usually AMD cards do better at workstation tasks than nvidia equivalents, but can falter in gaming sometimes, especially due to drivers.
  12. . It only supports up to 2.4 amps, most likely at 5V, meaning that it won't work with many fast charging standards. For example the S20 comes with a 25W charger and it can support up to 45W fast charging, the adaptor won't provide either, which can be an issue depending on the situation.
  13. You could get the Anker USB C Charger, it can provide up to 65W and it has 1 Power Delivery and 3 PowerIQ Ports. The USB C can provide up to 45W and the 3 USB ports share 20W. There is also another version with 2 USB C ports and 2 USB A. There is also another one that plugs directly into the wall and provides one USB C port with 45W of power and one USB A with 15W of power for a total of 60W.
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