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About ONOTech

  • Title
    Your Friendly Neighborhood Football Player
  • Birthday 1998-07-21

System

  • CPU
    R7 1700 @ 4.0 GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte X370 Gaming 5
  • RAM
    16 GB DDR4 2933 MHz
  • GPU
    RX 480 8GB Reference
  • Case
    Bitfenix AURORA
  • Storage
    128GB SSD + 1 TB + 2 TB + 2 TB
  • PSU
    750W PSU
  • Display(s)
    27" 1440p Monitor (Korean)
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-U14S
  • Keyboard
    Velocifire T11
  • Mouse
    Ghetto Dell
  • Sound
    Logitech Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-Bit

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Georgia
  • Biography
    I say dumb stuff a lot. Pardon the ignorance
  • Occupation
    Student at Georgia Tech

Contact Methods

  • Skype
    oziroxxmisoxx
  • Steam
    thedigblackbick

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  1. 800$ Gaming Pc HELP ME !

    I've used the same module in my B350 Prime-Plus and it ran at its rated speed (well, 2933). EDIT: Nevermind, confusing ASUS and ASRock again lol.
  2. 800$ Gaming Pc HELP ME !

    I'm not the best with power supplies, but JG gave it a 9.4/10. Granted it was in 2013, so standards change all the time. It looks like a solid choice - just not as modern as other options If you have an alternative that's better and will keep the budget around $900, you're more than welcome to recommend.
  3. 800$ Gaming Pc HELP ME !

    This is the best I could do for $800, but I cut some corners. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 1400 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor ($149.89 @ OutletPC) Motherboard: ASRock - AB350M Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard ($59.99 @ Newegg) Memory: G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-3000 Memory ($93.99 @ Newegg) Case: DIYPC - DIY-F2-W MicroATX Mini Tower Case ($29.98 @ Newegg) Power Supply: SeaSonic - S12II 520W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply ($42.99 @ SuperBiiz) Other: 980 Ti ($395.00) Other: 1 TB from eBay NEW ($35.00) Total: $806.84 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-02-10 11:22 EST-0500 For another $100, you can get this: more cores and threads, better power supply, better motherboard, and a better case. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz 6-Core Processor ($189.99 @ Newegg) Motherboard: ASRock - AB350M Pro4 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard ($74.39 @ OutletPC) Memory: G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-3000 Memory ($93.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Toshiba - 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($42.19 @ OutletPC) Case: Corsair - 100R ATX Mid Tower Case ($44.99 @ Newegg) Power Supply: SeaSonic - EVO Edition 620W 80+ Bronze Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($57.99 @ Newegg) Other: 980 Ti ($395.00) Total: $898.54 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-02-10 11:24 EST-0500
  4. According to this review by Kokatu Australia, the majority of RX 570s were <= $300 AUD at launch. https://www.kotaku.com.au/2017/05/amd-radeon-rx-570-and-rx-580-review-a-little-extra-power-goes-a-long-way/ Even if I use $300 (making the GTX 1060 3 GB about $50 cheaper like ya stated), the price % difference is still pretty significant unfortunately. And holy crap, $305 for an R9 380?? Edit: Actually, I guess that price makes sense. The 380 was essentially the RX 570/580 of its respective time 3 years ago.
  5. Just did some quick 'n dirty research because I'm bored and have no school work . Based on what I see, AMD cards were affected much than Nvidia cards - even in Australia. It makes sense considering that they're better at CC mining than the competition. According to internet archive, and using your @mr moose's preferred retailer, the 1060 3 GB and RX 470 (identical to 570 in MSRP) stayed between 250 and 300 AUD in April of 2017 - right before Ethereum shot up in price. Of course prices fluctuate with deals all the time, but the 250-300 range seems consistent for both, no matter the brand. Today, the cheapest GTX 1060 3 GB is about 320 AUD on the site (though out of stock). The cheapest RX 570 450 AUD (also out of stock). The price difference in AUD between the cheapest 1060 3 GB from April 2017 and today is about 23% ($260 -> 320). The price difference in AUD between the cheapest RX 570 from April 2017 to February 2018 is 73% ($260 -> 450). It doesn't look like they've increased by the same margin. Even if you account for the fact that the 1060 3 GB might be $50 cheaper on average, the RX 570 still has a noticeable price percentage change over the 1060.
  6. i5 8600k or i7 7700k for gaming

    Oh, that's tough. Yeah if that's the case then the 7700K is a better purchase. Here in the USA, you can pick up Z370 boards for as low as ~$120.
  7. i5 8600k or i7 7700k for gaming

    8600K performs within the margin of error of the 7700K on average in games & productivity, has more cores, is cheaper, and uses a newer platform (though it's more of a moot point than anything else). 8600K FTW
  8. Sounds like an episode of Black Mirror.
  9. Budget Build Sub $300

    Looks solid. What games is he playing? I would try and pick up something stronger than a 670. It's a bit slower than a GTX 1050 and consumes more power.
  10. ITX x399. I don't care how AMD and mobo manufacturers, MAKE IT HAPPEN!

    1. Lurick

      Lurick

      If they can make x299 ITX boards then I'm sure x399 isn't too far off.

      I could have sworn I saw an ITX x399 on BitWit or Paul's Hardware or something but I can't seem to find it so it might have been x299 I was thinking of.

    2. kaiju_wars

      kaiju_wars

      Think about it.  The socket is only just touching the first PCIe Slot, so theoretcially it can happen.

  11. I'll experiment a bit more and see what makeshift solution I can make. The splitter looks nice, but like you said, it's another opportunity for potential failure. Unfortunately, I don't think I have many options, so this may have to do. You can also try @Bananasplit_00's solution too and drain it manually. That's how I did it both times I reconfigured the loop
  12. But you have a drain port at the bottom, yes?
  13. My only regret was failing to mod a drain port on there. It took almost an hour to drain it without one. There is a part at the top of the res, but if you use it as a drain, you risk running the loop dry.
  14. More Intel leaks.. this one is not good though

    I just want to say that the video was very interesting. Thanks for sharing
  15. Any specific models or I should generally stick with that brand? I didn't even know pre purchase inspections exist lol. I do that at my local auto shop, right?
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