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SGTechGamer

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About SGTechGamer

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
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  • Location
    Singapore,
  • Interests
    Pc Games, Classic Console Games, Cooking and Movies (Comedy, Action and Animation) plastic models.
  • Biography
    A Shy chubby guy that loves tech and model building.
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen R5 2600 $224. 00
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450i gaming plus ac $229.00
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Elite 3200mhz cl15 16gb $179.00
  • GPU
    Zotac RTX 2080 8gb twin fan sgd$1070.00
  • Case
    Silverstone RVZ03-B (Black Edition) sgd$169.00
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 m.2 500gb ssd $120/
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600 80+ platinum
  • Cooling
    Silverstone Tundra TD03-Lite
  • Keyboard
    CM MasterKey 550 (Red Gateron switches)
  • Mouse
    Steelseries m100 (free)
  • Sound
    CM MasterHeadset 751 Gaming Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Normally when a person decides to upgrade/update their gaming rig we either start from a blank canvas or we do it part by part, the two most important parts are your cpu or gpu which dictates your system's outlook or performance. So here's my question : When you purchase a model of gpu you have decided on, what dictates your choice of that model? Brand? Cooling? Color? Design? Lighting? Price tag? Sound? Size? I usually go for the cheapest of the model I want and try to get it in black.
  2. Adobe light room (Raw files) , Adobe photoshop(for watermarking and recording) , Camera raw, Google Nik, Define 2 pro edition, FX Pro, Alternative : Capture One Pro(uses this software over Adobe mostly) , And some video editing software I really don't understand.
  3. Just hope your future wife doesn't turn into a bridezilla when you get married
  4. He starts work at 4am, you try working with overly emotional, overly demanding, overly bitchy, overly loud women aka "bridezillas" that want the "perfect wedding photos" from 5am til 6pm. And he's got to be nice to them while working for them. *shivers*
  5. Hmm let's see, dying battery, taking forever to load windows 7,games at 1080p 30 - 40 frames, my favorite problem faulty screen (blacks out after 2 hrs of use), got to love dell We were thinking of getting him. That $4000 4k monitor till he said "get me a working computer first"
  6. It's 10pm at night he's probably asleep.
  7. Not sure, I never ask about his work usually. He works for a wedding photographer, he does editing for them to make bridezillas into goddesses that's what he told me before. Wedding photos and videos.
  8. He does his work on a laptop at the moment, but it's 5 years old
  9. If you can don't work for the next 3 months I'd be amazed, I think I'll talk to him to get a 8700k
  10. I'm asking on behalf of my brother, he's planing a new 1080p-1440p system for both work and play. Requirements : For work : Able to do color correction, photo editing, photo image resolution restoration. For gaming : play games at 1080p (100 - 144fps) -1440p (70 - 110fps) on QHD 1m-sec 165hrtz freesync "27" inch curved. Games : Shadows of the Tomb Raider, Forza 4, Smite, Rocket League, Apex Legends, CS-Go, Dirt 4,World of Tanks. CPU options : i5 9400F, R5 2600X GPU options : Vega 56 8gb, RTX 2060 6gb, or the zotac's rtx 2080 twin fan (cheapest 2080)- not sure if it'll bottleneck. Ram option : Crucial Ballistix Elite 3200mhz cl15 16gb (8gb x 2 sticks) Questions Is the rtx 2080 overkill? Should he go eve higher tier for his work cpu wise?
  11. I see they compared the rtx 2070 to the 2060 I can see what you mean rtx 2060 cost around $500-700
  12. I'm picking out parts for my rvz03 itx build with a ryzen r5 2600, I'm looking at 3 low profile coolers for the build. Im ordering them by newegg international Cryorig C1 sgd$69.90 (140mm slim fan) BeQuiet shadow rock lp sgd$49.90 (120mm fan) Noctua nh-L9a (sgd$79.90) (90mm fan) I know the noctua is the quietest among all the three but wilp the C1 or the shadow rock do a worse job cooling the cpu they have bigger fans and is cheaper.
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