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NovaTronG

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About NovaTronG

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  • Birthday April 3

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mexico
  • Interests
    Gaming, Rendering, 3D Modelling

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core 3.7GHz (4.3GHz Boost)
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix X470-F Gaming AM4
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3000
  • GPU
    Msi GeForce GTX 970 Gaming 4G
  • Case
    NZXT S340 Black
  • Storage
    ADATA XPG Spectrix S40G 512GB M.2 and Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200RPM
  • PSU
    Evga SuperNOVA 850 G2 850W Gold+
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i Pro
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB Cherry MX RED
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Spectrum Core
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    MSI Ge62 6QF Apache Pro

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  1. This build seems really nice TBH, I will wait for something like the R7 5700X for a build like this. I just have some doubts regards this build: Isn't a 360mm AIO a bit too much? For the OC I plan to do (if I do) I believe the 240mm from the capellix would be enough. Also, new i've heard new RTX cards support PCIe 4.0, so wouldn't a X570 board make more sense? Something like the X570 Aorus elite. Those 32GB would actually be extremely useful for my necessities, but for ryzen maybe 3600MHz? Other than that I believe this could be it!
  2. Will definitely look into that, hope these new Ryzen processors beat 10th Gen Intel, since I really prefer AMD over Intel nowadays. Will these new CPUs launch a new chipset? X670 for example? Since I might go for X570 if not for the PCIe Gen 4. Furthermore, the true reason I planned to change my whole system is because I will be moving from Mexico to Canada, and moving pc parts is very risky (they're treated extremely roughly) but also expensive (needing to pay additional taxes as well as separate shipping), so big parts such as motherboards, AIOs and PSUs would be better to buy new.
  3. That actually sounds reasonable, is there a release date for these CPUs? I've always preferred AMD but lately 10th Gen seems to have the lead.
  4. Budget (including currency): Around 1500 USD (2000CAD) can be 200USD up or down Country: Toronto, Canada Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: (In a 1440p 144Hz Monitor) Warzone, Fortnite, Cyberpunk 2077, Witcher 3, Destiny, CSGO, Minecraft (RTX/Shaders), among others. I will be also working with 3D modelling and rendering software such as: AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, 3DS Max, Rhino, PS, Premiere Pro, VRay, Enscape and Lumion. Other details: Existing parts lists (This is my idea so far): - Intel Core i7-10700k - Asus Z490-E Gaming - Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB 3200MHz CL16 (or maybe keep the 16 GB 3000MHz CL15 kit I currently have, help with this please). - Asus RTX 3070 Strix - Corsair H100i Pro Elite Capellix - Corsair RM750x - Corsair 465X RGB - Will be reusing my storage drives. What you're upgrading from (Will be selling this system before leaving): - Ryzen 7 2700X - Asus X470-F Strix - Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB 3000MHz - MSI GeForce GTX 970 4G (I don't know why i haven't upgraded this yet). - 2 M.2 NVMe 512GB SSDs - 2TB Seagate Barracuda - Evga SuperNova 850 G2 - NZXT S340 When you're going to buy: Will be buying around the 15th of January 2021 What resolution and refresh rate you want to play at: 1440p at 144Hz (G-Sync compatible monitor)
  5. Awesome, then I will go with this solution, seems by far the most practical and easy to go with. thanks!
  6. Oh ok I get it now, thought the ethernet to wifi adapter was meant to be connected to an ethernet cable coming from the router, just like a WiFi extensor. Ok so this seems like a great option tbh, is there any connection loss I could suffer from this solution? Like compared to M.2, PCIE or USB, is there one better than another towards stability or speed? I really want to maintain both my gaming experience and software cloud management/downloads stable at all times.
  7. This option seems solid, however, as I mentioned, I have my GPU Vertically mounted, meaning I have no spare PCI-E slots to connect this adapter. I guess I could cut the metal support bar and probably would be able to connect it on a PCI-E in the board without the card being in the way, yet I'm not sure if it would fit and the antennas would be a bit of a pain to connect...
  8. My MoBo has 7 USB ports and I am actually using all of them, I might be able to use the case USB ports, yet I tend to use them for external hard drives quite often so USB is still an IDK for me. On the other hand, I'm not sure how I would be able to use an Ethernet to Wi-Fi adapter considering my room won't have an ethernet connection, just Wi-Fi.
  9. Hello! So later this year I will be moving to my student residence which happens to not have an ethernet port, just high speed wifi. My motherboard (Asus X470-F Strix) happens to not have a built in Wifi antenna, so I need a solution for this. I have thought about PCI-E antennas, yet I am not sure if they will fit considering I have a vertically mounted GPU (Cooler Master Vertical mount in a Lian-Li 011 Dynamic), I've also thought on USB adapters, however, I've read about their not so good reliability, as well as the fact that it takes up a whole USB port, which I would really need. The last option would be a M.2 Wifi card, which seems to me as the best option so far, they are cheap and they are small, would this be it? Please share with me which would you consider to be the best solution for this situation, thanks for your time!
  10. Really thought about so, using it as a most played game storage, but i'd consider it to actually be GTA V, doesn't really fit
  11. I will surely consider so! I just search OS system image back up on google? Or what should I search to know how to do it?
  12. I've considered it, and actually have a decent CPU, MoBo, RAM, Cooler and PSU laying around, but I'm prefer selling them, to get some extra money to upgrade my main system, since I don't really found a use for a second PC.
  13. Sorry for my poor knowledge, but what are those? And is it really worth using a whole drive for so?
  14. I'm honestly on the nvidia side too, had had 3 nvidia GPUS so far, so I may just stick to them. Also, for sure will do that overclocking research, I've always thought that OC'ing is something extremely interesting and pontentially fun to do, and I've always wanted to learn the basics and a bit more of it, instead of just researching the CPUs common OC configs, I'd prefer finding them myself.
  15. True, but by planning it I mean more of a budget plan, start allocating money for future upgrades. At this moment, I use my pc for some normal gaming and basic rendering (which the GTX 970 has handled extremely well not sure how), but next year when I will start rendering every single day, and potentially 1440p gaming, I'll need the update.
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