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About voiha

  • Title
    a guy who likes Porsche
  • Birthday 1996-10-31

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  • Twitch.tv

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  • Gender
  • Location
  • Interests
    that sweet, sweet little poosi boi
  • Occupation
    Programming something


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-7700 Quad-Core 3.6GHz
  • Motherboard
    MSI B250M-PRO-VD
  • RAM
    DDR4 8GB RAM 2133MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming 8GB GDDR5X
  • Case
    some black one with blue light
  • Storage
    1TB HDD 7200RPM | Kingston A400 250GB SSD
  • PSU
    Seasonic M12II-620 EVO
  • Display(s)
    LG 24GM77 144hz 1ms
  • Cooling
    Gammaxx 400
  • Keyboard
    Some basic caynon with 3 colors
  • Mouse
    Steel Series Rival 500
  • Sound
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Hello, I am currious if it's a problem to mix ? HyperX Predator, 8GB DDR4, 3000Mhz, CL15, 1.35v with HyperX Predator, 8GB DDR4, 3200MHz, CL16, 1.35v I already have the 3000Mhz version and I want another 8GB but I can get this deal for the 3200Mhz and I read kinda mixed information about this topic, most people says it's okay as long as the voltage is the same but still I wanted to ask, thanks in advance !!
  2. Does your sharpness settings change when changing the hz's ?
  3. 1.) The feel of building something and it actually to works 2.) Small space for big parts..ugh 3.) I wanted to have a gaming PC as my whole childhood I've watched these stuff from side. I had a crappy laptop that could barely run anything on it so I started working saved some money and bought myself a proper PC
  4. 4.7GHz for 1 core 4.4GHz for all cores The other stuff you can see them online Read the rules:
  5. You can start by sharing what's your monitor model and your pc setup ?
  6. As @Enderman said check it with some third party program for your ease, for fixing there is some tutorials online you can try them if you're at the point that you dont' care to throw it out.
  7. No because i9-9900K supports up to DDR4-2666MHz, tho you won't be able to put i9-9900K in your current motherboard you gotta make sure your next motherboard can work with 2666MHz too (most of them will do)
  8. It's not that it's "bad" it just won't be able to utilize your RAM at 100%. With your CPU it means you're using 2133 mhz of it not the full 3000mhz
  9. Glad to help you ! Well it depends on your CPU if you use first gen Ryzen CPU then having more MHZ will benefit you, tho if you have for example an Intel i7 7700 which is locked to 2133MHz only not so much money wise 3000MHz in both cases is more than enough Your RAM is good pick it's still one of the best ram you can buy ! Actually I have the same one in my GF's config what's your CPU ?
  10. It's this thing : some info if you want to read about it Yours is 15 CL so look for 15 CL RAM if you're not going to buy the same ram
  11. I don't see anything wrong with your setup, you did good placing them in dual channel most people just place them one after another 99% of the times putting different RAM into your setup won't get any problems, so you're safe to go with anything you pick just you gotta be sure for some stuff: 1) It should be DDR4 2)Try to pick the same CL 3)Ram will work as the slowest ram stick you put into your system so don't get anything more or less powerfull than what you currently have unless you want to upgrade in the future
  12. So let me get this clear because it's a pain in the ass to read the whole thing structure wise. You get blue tint or no video input while using the RX 580. Using the 1060 has no problems but you hear coil whine from the PSU not the GPU or the other way around. If it's that: Coil whine is actually the current moving through the components which makes this high pitch sound so it's not something you should worry about it's just VERY annoying unless you hear rattling noises then RMA. I have 2 questions: 1) Is the rx 580 giving you blue screens everytime on both configurations ? 2) is the performance on the GTX 1060 the same on both the configurations ?
  13. League of Legends situation from years ago all over again, only with even lower aged player base
  14. I suppose you're logged with the same account from the web version and the desktop right ? Because joining the server should be done automatically after you open the invite link via browser
  15. I don't know how to help you except just threw you what I play with my girlfriend currently and see if you can pick one to try out We play: ESO/League of Legends mainly 70+% of the time (you can try TFT on league of legends if you don't like the moba it's basically an independent gamemode) Rainbow six siege Portal 2 (really not that often) We've tried Warfame it's pretty ok Overwatch Path of exile (we played it for like a month but stopped after they res the whatever thing is called) Battlerite