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LoafOfToast

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About LoafOfToast

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    ASRock X470 SLI Master
  • RAM
    16 gb G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200mhz
  • GPU
    RTX 2070 super Palit Gamerock
  • Case
    NZXT H500
  • Storage
    Corsair 480GB MP510 , 2TB Seagate Barracuda
  • PSU
    Corsair TX750W
  • Display(s)
    Acer KG1 KG271UAbmiipx 1440P 144HZ 1MS
  • Keyboard
    Modecom Volcano Lanparty Pro With Kaihl Blue Switches
  • Mouse
    Logitech G603
  1. yeah lll try the first thing you mentioned sometime soon but probably not today, i cant really be bothered rn to go to a hardware shop but thanks for the help bud xd
  2. ill look into its just i didnt want to go through too much hassle, never really did anything like that before
  3. i got a water cooler the cooler master master liquid 240
  4. Im in a bit of an awkward situation where i bought a new cooler for my cpu because i was using the stock cooler for r5 3600 and thought i should upgrade it just for better temps and acoustics but completely forgot i needed the brackets for my motherboard thankfully i found them but lost 2 of the screws are there any screws i can use as a replacement or something ?
  5. If You're looking for a good monitor just for gaming this one should suit you very nicely https://www.amazon.co.uk/Acer-UM-HX1EE-A15-KG271U-DisplayPort-speakers-black/dp/B07FVS6LVK Edit:Btw the pc part picker list is private you should fix that
  6. just one quick question what kinda monitor you have cuz that could one of the probs at times
  7. if your looking for a gtx 1660ti then i would probably go with this one https://www.amazon.in/MSI-Nvidia-Gaming-GeForce-Graphic/dp/B07NWBSHZD/ref=sr_1_12?keywords=1660ti&qid=1556452436&s=gateway&sr=8-12 and if you wanna go a bit cheaper for the 1660 i would go with this one https://www.amazon.in/ZOTAC-Gaming-GeForce-1660-GDDR5/dp/B07PPPHQYX/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=1660&qid=1556452638&s=gateway&sr=8-2
  8. I would say add an ssd definitely and maybe some graphics card if you have the budget maybe
  9. if your going with a gpu like a gtx 1060 (6gb) a ryzen 3 2200g would work nicely with it i would say
  10. Yeah ill be mainly trying medium settings in 1440p or if i want ill go down to 1080p high or something like that
  11. I will be gaming and ill be trying streaming out
  12. So I'm going to try to build a pc this summer with hopefully one of the 3rd gen Ryzen 5's coming out and trying to play games at like 1440p medium to high settings at 144hz and was trying to get on a conclusion what to get as a graphics card and im trying to pick between an RX Vega 56, and GTX 1070 or something along the lines of that. i cant really choose since they are both great cards but the RX vega 56 is a bit cheaper from what im seeing. Btw this is what the pc build should look like if everything goes right Corsair carbide 275r/NZXT h500 Case Asus Rog Strix b450-f or some b550 motherboard that will hopefully come out Ryzen 7 2700x/Ryzen 5 3600x that will hopefully be 8 cores/16 thread if leaks are correct Corsair MP510 480gb M.2 ssd Seagate Barracuda 2tb hard drive Corsair 850W Semi-Modular power supply 80 plus gold certified (I know its extreme) Corsair Vengeance LPX 16gb 3200mhz
  13. Really depends on what you're doing because VRM cooling dosent matter if you're only going to be doing gaming and M.2 cooling dosent matter too much. So it goes down in my opinion what's your motherboard preference and you're budget if your on a bit of a tighter budget i would just go with the MSI motherboard and if budget isn't a problem or anything then go with Aorus Pro because it also has ALC1220 audio codec instead of the ALC892 im pretty sure.
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