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About djd3

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  • Birthday 1986-04-04

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  • Gender
  • Location
    United States
  • Biography
    I am the Villain of the story!


  • CPU
    Amd Ryzen 5 3600 (OC to 4.2ghz)
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    2x8GB Balistix rgb 3200mghz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte R570
  • Case
    Ibuypower Slate 9210
  • Storage
    250GB SSD and 1TB HDD 7200
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Smart 700
  • Display(s)
    32" Insignia Tv
  • Cooling
    Air cooled
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech Tracball
  • Sound
    Tv Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Does anyone know how to mount 2 32" tvs side by side on one mount ? The only mount I've seen was like $500 USD and that seems a bit much. Does anyone have any ideas about how to go about trying to mount two screen side by side (without just leaving them on a big desk .. already got that trying to conserve space)
  2. I'm sure I could push it faster, I just don't feel the need to right now. Maybe later on
  3. I ran a single core test cause I saw it a few times here and I got .. 486 Multi core 3682
  4. I have a cooler master AIO .. Once I adjusted voltage it didn't go over 65C And my base clock is 4.3ghz
  5. I read 1.25 was safe enough .. and tbh if I burn this out just means I can get a 4000 series chip when they come out ..
  6. i changed the CPU core voltage in that pic to 1.25 ran cinebench again and got max temp of 66C and got a score of 3631 hows that ? cause I'm flying blind here.
  7. I'm on auto voltage, just dipping my toe into overclocking and I just adjusted my base clock to 4.3 and put on the xmp profile. I had a different board before that was easier to play with, I'm on a tomahawk max now and it's a little tricky
  8. Hello all, I decided to test the limits of my Cooler master AIO and decided to OC to 4.3Ghz Amd ryzen 5 3600 Under a cinebench test it hit 91C at its max temp. my question : Is that too hot ? without a load my system hovers around 40-50C depending on what I'm doing So aside from some drafting work, I can't imagine my system being pushed harder while gaming than a cinebench test.
  9. Just setup my cooler master LC240E Put fans on both sides in a push pull config And got around 15C cooler than the air cooler I had on a Ryzen 5 3600 I'm excited Overclocking here I come
  10. So don't get the 1000mb plan .. just get like 600 and save a little money ?
  11. Hello all, I'm moving and I'm getting comcast but buying my own modem, I got the SURFboard SBG6950AC2 it says it has DOCSIS speeds up to 686 mbps but wifi AC speeds of 1900 mbps. My question, does that mean I'm capped at a max of 686 total from Comcast (even if i have a 1000mbps plan) ? and that I can transfer files locally at speeds up to 1900mbps ? or That my wifi will be faster than my wired connections ?
  12. i think it was my graphite pad, think I used it too many times. Ambient temps are around 24C in my house right now and i got more than 10c cooler with a new pad. only maxed out at 85c under a full cpu load on cinebench.
  13. yeah, not pictured is another 32" tv thats connected to comast cable. there has been a time or two where I've been playing xbox, while rendering on my pc, watching a video on my surface and had some sporting events on the tv.
  14. iBuyPower slate case AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Crucial Ballistix 3200mhz 2x8GB mSI tomahawk max b450 SanDisk 120gb boot drive 1tb 7200rpm storage drive Gigabyte RX 570 4gb 32" insignia tv Xbox one 55" Panasonic viera plasma tv Microsoft surface pro 3