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Adorable Cat

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About Adorable Cat

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  • Birthday July 11

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  • Gender
  • Location
    existant place, country
  • Interests
    computers, Vocaloid, miku, Vocaloid Shitposting, woodworking, MMD
  • Biography
    My name is Barry Allen and I'm the fastest Barry Allen alive. When I was a Barry Allen, I saw my Barry Allen killed by something impossible. My Barry Allen went to prison for her murder. Then an accident made me the Barry Allen. To the outside world, I'm just an ordinary Barry Allen, but secretly I use my Barry Allen to fight crime and find others like Barry Allen, and one day I'll find who killed my Barry Allen and get justice for my Barry Allen. I am The Barry Allen.
  • Occupation
    The Best Dairy Queen Employee


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 1600AF
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B450M PRO4
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8) Trident Z Royal 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    Sapphire R9 Fury
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core V21
  • Storage
    500Gb Intel 545 SSD (boot), 1Tb Samsung 860QVO SSD (storage)
  • PSU
    EVGA B3 550 watt modular PSU
  • Display(s)
    Samsung S27D360 1080p 60HZ Monitor
  • Cooling
    CM Hyper 212 Turbo LED (Red top)
  • Keyboard
    some random one I got for free
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Sound
    Monoprice 8323
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 (reluctantly but oh well)
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  1. Alright update, I spent a couple hours putting all the standoffs in and mounting the PSU and motherboard, then I cut a larger hole for rear IO (it isn't pretty lol I used a jigsaw). I installed the components and it boots and can run Minecraft! I don't have a riser cable yet so that'll be what's coming next, I think I've found a spot for it right next to the CPU cooler. I've also gotta find a nice place to put a power button, because shorting the mobo pins every time isn't really a long term solution
  2. I wanted to include a screen, but it's already gonna be a real tight squeeze to get the GPU in so I think I won't.
  3. So today I brought it to school to work on it, I found out where I'm mounting the power supply (and had to pull it out of its case because it was too big) and figured out how to mount this cooler
  4. This thing was insanely easy to pull apart, just 6 screws and the whole thing came out in one piece. There's also already the start of a hole I can use for rear IO
  5. Eh, I'm not opposed to pulling apart one of my old monitors to use for this, and put it in like a laptop screen. Then again, this could also be a bit easier if I don't try to make it like a laptop and instead just a portable pc
  6. What's up, The backstory of this build is my sister impulse bought a phonograph from a Barnes and Noble, and it was really shitty and apparently the brand has a reputation for breaking records. She's gotten a new player and doesn't need this any more, so she gave it to me to mess around with. I've just upgraded pretty much my whole desktop from a i7 3770 to a R5 1600 (AF), and despite the record player sucking, the box looks pretty cool so I want to see if I can build a PC into it, maybe include a monitor in the top too.
  7. Are you certain you have everything plugged in correctly? Does anything at all happen when you press the power button (fans spinning, motherboard lights, the power supply turning on, etc)? If it was a broken CPU, the mobo would power on when pressing the power button, but the system wouldn't post. Same with RAM or in some cases your video card.
  8. and the 3700X is ~$300 compared to ~$400
  9. Looks good! If you want to save a bit you really don't need that CPU cooler because the one that comes with the 3600 is quite decent.
  10. The parts should be fine, they're still inside their safe temperature ranges.
  11. Yes, LGA 1200 edit: for some reason i didnt get notifications that other people had replied with this same thing
  12. It's a decent processor, but you could get a ryzen 7 3700x for less and you'll need to buy a new motherboard and RAM either way.
  13. You will probably have to find the RGB software for the fans to change the color, and plug the RGB connectors into your motherboard/an RGB controller.
  14. dammit my 1600AF is gonna be arriving today but I have work today and tomorrow so I won't be able to put it in my system right away 😿

  15. I think an easier way to go about it would to just get a 1U rack shelf (like this) and place your computer in the rack with everything else.