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fluxdeity

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About fluxdeity

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Indianapolis

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600 4ghz @ 1.35v
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon
  • RAM
    Patriot Viper 4 3733 @ 3200 CL14 Samsung B-die
  • GPU
    Zotac RTX 2060 Twin Fan +140 core +1000 memory
  • Case
    Cooler Master Q500L
  • Storage
    1TB NVME Boot/Main, 500GB SSD, 128GB SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair CX750M
  • Display(s)
    XG2402
  • Cooling
    Mugen 5 rev b, Six Corsair LL120/140 fans
  • Keyboard
    Redragon K552-N
  • Mouse
    CM MM531
  • Sound
    Logitech Z313
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro($10 from CJsCDkeys)
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  1. Burnin Loud Just started back after losing my last account. Even had e-mails from Jagex saying the e-mail was being changed but I thought it was spam/phishing. They won't accept any of my recovery attempts. It's sad.
  2. The Aida64 trial has a stress test with graphs that show cpu temp relative to clock speeds. If you're thermal throttling you'll see the clock speeds drop once you hit a certain temp.
  3. Didn't notice it was DDR3 at first. You may want to pick up another 8GB stick at 1866mhz. Also it seems your CPU may be thermal throttling or downclocking for some reason. It says you have a base clock of 4ghz and turbo of 2.95ghz.
  4. 8 GB of RAM is enough for 1080p, especially with 6GB of VRAM. Try running a userbenchmark test to get a baseline and see which component isn't performing as it should.
  5. I say generally because there are some niches like flight sims or such where you can have a map/controls dedicated to a second screen.
  6. Gaming PC's generally don't have dual monitors..That's more for workstation/professional use. Gaming computers use single or three monitors as the middle wouldn't be in a bezel.
  7. He's saying if you made the list on ca.pcparkpicker.com it would've used CAD prices instead of USD since you used regular pcpartpicker.com
  8. An m.2 is arguably easier as there are no cables to run. SSD's and HDD's will require running two lengths of cable for SATA power and data
  9. You purposely are avoiding safe versions of apps from the Play Store to download apps from unknown sources that could be malicious? Seems like a smart choice. What's your problem with Google? You are aware that you're using the Internet and Google most likely already has a decent sized file on you, right?
  10. Fry's, Microcenter, and Best Buy might. Not sure about on launch day though.
  11. With monitor, $100. That's very, very low end. A Ryzen 2200g build for ~$350 would be much faster.
  12. A pro could argue you need all the FPS
  13. I'm using an RTX 2060 to play Oldschool Runescape. A $350 GPU for a game that can be ran fine on a $350 laptop. Anyone else using overkill components for minimal requirement games? If wrong section feel free to move to off-topic.
  14. Nobody said polish, just a regular cleaning. Dust affects airflow and in turn, thermals. Higher thermals can reduce performance or the lifespan of the component needing cooled.
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