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Thijsvu

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About Thijsvu

  • Title
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  • Birthday 1997-08-23

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Netherlands
  • Interests
    Games & Tech
  • Occupation
    a bit of everything

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7-9700K
  • Motherboard
    MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Egde AC
  • RAM
    2x8GB Kingston 2400MHz, 2x8GB Ballistix Sport White
  • GPU
    RTX2080TI Gaming TRIO
  • Case
    Phanteks ENTHOO PRO TEMPERED GLASS
  • Storage
    1TB WD nvme SSD, 2x 4TB + 1TB Seagate Barracuda HDD
  • PSU
    Cooler Master MWE Gold 750 Full Modular
  • Display(s)
    2x IIYAMA Prolite X2283 HS
  • Cooling
    Xilence I402 and a few RGB fans
  • Keyboard
    SteelSeries Apex M750 Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    SteelSeries Rival 650 Wireless
  • Sound
    SteelSeries Siberia 350 Black
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-Bit

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  1. I am using a hella weird comp on ram; 1x 2133 Kingston ValueRAM - OC'd to 2400 1x 2400 Kingston ValueRAM 2x Balistics Sport LT White. never had any issues.
  2. well.. more like new products that are really good or less expensive then upgrading now when you don't need it
  3. yes, as the future might bring great bargains!
  4. yeah, its addicting XD i started with a 1000€ pc. now i got 2 5k ones lmao
  5. then i'd recommend saving up for a new system and maybe repurposing some parts. but i think you'd be better of selling it as used and put that little extra towards some better parts
  6. honestly, i don't think your bottleneck is the CPU, unless you play much Esport titles but you could look for a compatible I7 for that mobo
  7. Aight, do send pictures if you gonna make it. Imma send mine when i got my parts :3
  8. And if you were to supply me the parts, and would pick it up; I'd build it for 10€ an hour XD
  9. So this is the parts: Now you want some good looks: White CableMod cables +- 200€ 2x 360 Radiator +- 200€ Lian Li Distro Block +- 150€ PETG Hardtubing, Fittings and Coolant +- 200€ RGB Led for tubes and strips +- 70€
  10. How much you got to spend? i can see to get the best bang out of that buck
  11. Also, im building one myself; AsRock AQUA x570 2x 16GB DDR4 3000MHZ GeiL Luce RGB 1TB AORUS NVME GEN 4 SSD Want to get a Ryzen 9 3950X (buty i have a ryzen 3 3200G for now so i can test the build and save some money for when prices drop a bit) Have a Post up to decide what GPU i should take : 1300W Seasonic Prime Elite 80+ Gold double 360 radiator Lian li Distro block 6x ThermalTake Pure 120 fans and a few little mods
  12. Manual says up to 4700MHz, but 5000MHz might aswell work too
  13. Founders Edition. as i mentioned, they binned their chips. the FE has the best OC room. and you wanna spend, so you custom watercool it and put waterblocks on them, so that shitty shroud and cooling you take away anyways. PS. I'd Love to build that Machine for ya :3
  14. AMD Threadripper then would be more expensive. or an Intel I9-10980XE But I'd go: Ryzen 9 3950X AsRock AQUA x570 (i got one :3, its absolutely stunning) NVLINK RTX 2080TI FE, as they have been binned; and you definitely want watercooling so you can OC like a monster 4 sticks of the bestest RGB RAM you can find 1600W Platinum PSU RAID 2x2TB NVME GEN 4 SSD Shit ton of RGB Tripple 360 Radiator in a lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic White and hardline tubing
  15. Heya, I am currently in progress of building a second Desktop, this one i want to fully water cool. but i cant decide on what GPU i wanna use (and i definitely want 2). So my heart says NVLINK Dual FE 2080TI ( I can get them for €800 each, but idk how long stock lasts) As i am running AMD CPU, i kinda feel like Crossfire Radeon VII (Asrock Phantom Gaming X Radeon VII 16G, I can get them for €711 each) But Money also talks... Crossfire Radeon 5700XT (around €400-450 depending on model) Now I'm having difficulty finding performance on AMD's Crossfire setups. but i like that Taichi back plate. and as i want to get water blocks, i can keep that on, but don't need the fans. so aesthetics isn't so much of a deal. but i was wondering as to what i should do The Build is White, with a lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic White as base.
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