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Bazrat

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About Bazrat

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2002-02-11

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    computers and electrical
  • Biography
    I'm training to become an electrician and wasting my time playing games.
  • Occupation
    Electrician in training

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700x
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix B450-F
  • RAM
    16GB GSkill Trident Z RGB 3200mhz 14-14-14-34, 1.35v
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 Superclocked
  • Case
    NZXT H500
  • Storage
    Kingston 960GB SSD / 2TB 7200rpm Seagate Barracuda / 1TB 5400rpm WD Blue
  • PSU
    EVGA superNOVA G2 750w
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 23.5" 1080p 144hz / Viewsonic 23.5" 1080p 144hz
  • Cooling
    Dark Rock Pro 4
  • Keyboard
    Ducky One 2 mini
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite Chroma
  • Sound
    Bose QC35, Audio-Technica ATH-WS1100iS, Razer Hammerhead Pro V2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. Just do the rice/pea method. I've done it for both Intel and Ryzen and temps are perfectly fine. Other methods aren't worth the hassle in my opinion. For what? 1-2 degrees? If even that.
  2. I've got it in atm, since I would have to pay a fee. It's working fine, but would SeaSonic send somethin like that to me in AUS?
  3. Literally just bought one and is now being shipped. F When I get it should I send it back and get another one? It's only gonna be used for a media server PC with an i5 7500.
  4. I've got an OEM Version of Windows 10 that has gone through 3 hardware changes, and haven't had to reinstall, went from a laptop with i7 6500u, to desktop with i5 7500, to another desktop with Ryzen 7. Haven't had any problems with it at all.
  5. Dirt Rally? You can change some stuff like the suspension, ride height, brake bias, difs, gears etc. Nothing like buying new parts though, just adjusting stuff.
  6. Did you update the BIOS beforehand? I know sometimes you would have to update the BIOS if going forward a generation or something along those lines. If not you may have to put your 8100 back in, update it and put the 9600k back in afterwards.
  7. Can confirm it works. I got both and yes the DRP4 is a pain in the ass to install.
  8. #1 i7 6500U with R5 M330 laptop (died less then a year after I got it then I built my first pc) #2 I5 7500 (now in my younger brothers desktop, who was stuck with a Pentium N3700 Laptop) #3 Ryzen 7 2700x (current) Before my first PC I only had an iPad and a Wii. Can't say I ever regret working my ass off to pay for the parts to build these computers
  9. From what I've seen it should be able to. It's just a bit noisy at full load is all. With the X version you probably won't need to overclock, only if you want that extra sliver of performance. It's basically just plug-and-play. No prob bob
  10. It just means your doing its job pretty much It would depend on my budget and if I was willing to learn how to overclock, its not as hard as it seems as some boards have auto-overclock options by just selecting "Levels" of overclock, Levels 1-4, 4 being the highest overclock, but I would recommend level 3 as 4 IMO doesn't have that drastic of a change. If your budget allows you could go for the 2600x, but if you need to save some go for the 2600 and just one click overclock
  11. If it was only gaming a 2600 would be plenty since most games still barely utilise 6 cores. 2700 if you need the extra cores, I only got my 2700x because I got a killer deal on it. Non-X version has a lower clock speed and TDP to the X version. So the X version is like a 2600 but with a small overclock on it. Ryzen 5 2600: Base is 3.4Ghz; Boost is 3.9Ghz; 65W TDP Ryzen 5 2600x: Base is 3.6Ghz; Boost is 4.2Ghz; 95W TDP You can still overclock the 2600x some more but it's easier to let PBO2 (Precision Boost Overclocking 2) to do it's thing as it will pretty much push it to its max anyway. And all good I don't mind haha.
  12. oi oi oi No problem! I hope I helped somewhat. And yeah someone more from your area would be better than me haha.
  13. I looked up a quick review for it and it doesn't seem to have that bad performance, just a bit loud with 100% fan speed, which I doubt you'll get when your gaming. So it seems like a solid choice. But there might be better options but I'm not too familiar with Norway stores, from Australia
  14. Well I was able to overclock my Ryzen 7 2700x on an Asus Strix B450-F to 4.25ghz all core and it's, in my opinion, a worse board that the b450 Tomahawk, so I think you should be fine for that.
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