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Zeddex

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About Zeddex

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    UK
  • Biography
    Building my first PC!

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600 @ 4ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime X470 pro
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX @ 3000mhz CL16
  • GPU
    GTX 1080 8GB MSI AERO
  • Case
    NZXT H500
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 EVO 250gb, 2tb HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair TX650M
  • Display(s)
    Massdrop Vast 35 inch 100hz 3440x1440 ultrawide
  • Keyboard
    Redragon Kumara K552 RGB (blue outemu switches)
  • Mouse
    Logitech g903
  • Sound
    Michrophone: Behringer UMC22 + AKG D5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. From my expirience with the H500, temps are fairly decent in the stock config, 69C on my 2600 at 100% load with stock cooler, and 85C at 100% on my GTX 1080 with a blower cooler. The stock fans are a bit loud but not as loud as my 1080 in games, and with a headset on its inaudible of course. Can reccomend the case, it was incredibly nice to build in and cable managment is top notch.
  2. Like I said, If your parents aren't going to let you build a rig (even with your own cash) then you aren't really going to be able to build one. You could try to explain to them that building a pc would teach you skills that you can use in the real world, that you will learn so much about technology, that you will use the pc for good (e.g studying, folding, etc) but regardless of whether all this is true or not, chances are that they won't change their mind, at least not in the short term, chances are its gonna take at least 6 months to get anywhere with them, but this time spent trying to convince them is likely a waste of time (from my expirience).
  3. From my personal expirience, here is your answer: If your parents are not going to give you the money to buy a gaming pc, and you cannot work to obtain the money to buy a gaming pc, then you cannot buy a gaming pc. There is no workaround. Its called being a kid and yeah it sucks. All I can suggest is that you try and save up as much money as possible to buy yourself a rig, and if you have no money to save, then you cant have a rig just yet. Maybe you have to wait a few years. When I was 10, all I wanted in the world was to build my own PC. I was living in brazil at the time and had no way to make money and I recieved no allowance from my parents. I didnt have the money to build a PC, so I didn't. I spent my time learning about technology through the internet, and I hoped that one day I would finally be able to buy my own rig. Now, I live in the UK, and still dont recieve any real allowance or money from my parents. However, I hustled and saved enough to build my rig on a decent budget of £500. The saving took about a 8 months, but I acheieved my dream. What I am trying to say, is that If you cant get the money to build a pc, then you are just going to have to wait, It sucks but it's the truth.
  4. Good build, but dont get the Gigabyte Vega 56, it has many issues.
  5. ahhh ok that is cool. Especially if you can play switch games, i might try it.
  6. AFAIK that is the only way to tell the diff between the models. GL
  7. No offense, but does anyone really like the joycons over a proper grip (aka rog grip). Just curious
  8. Maybe im being stupid but why android on the switch? isnt it better to use an android phone with a controller grip (e.g rog phone (expensive ik)). You get a better screen, batt life, etc?
  9. Later this year, in time for holidays. no exact release date, and will be sold alongside OG model so ypu have to find the new model yourself
  10. I have the same problem on my omen 15. I have tried everything, because it would be really convinient for 40 min gaming sessions on the couch away from my cord, but unfortunately I have not found a solution. Good luck man!
  11. Its definitely gonna be under 800 euros as you can get a 1660ti 9750h machine for around 1000 if im not mistaken.
  12. Yeah, at £30 for an 8gb stick of 3200 cl16, the most you could really save would be £5 if the price drops to £25. Imho i dont see it going any lower than that
  13. 1. Dont buy a prebuilt 2. For a 2070, get a ryzen 5 3600 to match that and give you more time before you need to upgrade
  14. I bought parts for my new system! I got a prime x470 pro on ebay for £80, a ryzen 5 2600 for £73, an 8gb stick of crucial ballistix sport lt 3000mhz cl15 on prime day for £29, and a 250gb 860 evo for £28. Pretty sweet prices I think! Just waiting on the tx650m i bought to arrive and waiting on some deals on a case and gpu!
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