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Mavve

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  1. Happy April fools everybody! Seems like i really got fooled today.

     

    I just upgraded my pc from an r5 2400g, b450-f and a shitty psu to an r7 3700x, 2070 super and an rm750x. I did update to the latest bios available before swapping out components but unfortunately my pc just doesn’t boot. It posts but doesn’t boot and doesn’t get passed the white LED. Would really appreciate some help!


  2. 1 minute ago, Thinkfreely said:

    I have both those cpus, there is at most 5% difference in gaming. So if you buy the 3700x do it for the ability to do other things then game.

    Would it be noticable when having lots of programs open in the background while gaming?


  3. So i’ve been planning on upgrading my pc for a while now. My current specs are 2400g, b450-f and 16gb 3200mhz ddr4 ram. I’ve been thinking about upgrading to an RTX 2070 super strix (due to it’s silent mode and looks) and an r5 3600. However, i’m someone who really likes comfort, meaning i do like to have a lot of chrome tabs open and preferably idle in another game while gaming. I’m wondering if it would do justice to upgrade instead to an r7 3700x due to it’s multithreading performace. Would appreciate your guys’ imput!

     

    In Sweden where i live the 3600 and 3700x differe by roughly 180$. 


  4. Alright, so i chose to return the 1080 ti strix oc and exchange it for a 1080 strix oc. Basically i found out that the TI would bottleneck it with 5%, compared to the 0-1% with a regular 1080. Wasn’t worth paying an extra 40% for a 20% of performance in return.

     

    I used the left over money for a 360mm AIO (Changed the case to make the AIO fit) for better airflow and an Asus maximus X for a more aesthetically looking pc.

     

    (Didn’t bother to upgrade to more storage since I typically don’t download a whole lot.)

     

    let me know if you agree with my choice.

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  5. 2 hours ago, Nvidiot said:

    I hope you're planning on playing more than GTA and Destiny 2 then.  I just bought a used 3gb GTX 1060 and it runs almost everything I have from Rise of the Tomb Raider to Crysis 3 and Wolfenstein II at almost, if not, max settings.  If you ordered it online and can cancel it, you might want to get a regular 1080 just to save the extra $300 (especially if you're buying the AIO cooler). And you can buy 2 to 3 tb hdd's for $10/$20 more than a 1tb usually.

    Yes i bought it online. Is the 1080 strix oc enough for the latest games out there in highest settings? If so, i might reconsider my choice.


  6. Hey there, all you folks! I’m trying to build a pc that will offer great performance in games, video rendering and that will have a solid upgrade path for the future. My budget is somewhere around the 1000-1500$ mark but i’m trying to stay around 1300$. 

     

    This is what i personally think is the best option for me based on the current market prices. [Inserts image]

     

    would appreciate some advice on my planned build!

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  7. Hello to all the pc enthusiests. I’m currently trying to build a pc that will offer great performance in games, video rendering and that will have a solid upgradability path for the future. My budget is somewhere around the 1000-1500$ mark but i’m trying to stay around 1300$. 

     

    This is what i personally think is the best option for me based on the current market prices. [Inserts image]

     

    would appreciate 

     

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