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Rhaemond

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About Rhaemond

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday April 27

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Philippines
  • Interests
    Football, Gaming

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200g
  • Motherboard
    B450m Bazooka Plus
  • RAM
    DELTA TUF Gaming Alliance RGB 3200mhz
  • GPU
    GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
  • Case
    Tecware Nexus M
  • Storage
    Seagate BarraCuda 250GB, Western Digital WD Green 1TB, Crucial BX500 480GB
  • PSU
    FSP Aurum 92+ 650W
  • Display(s)
    NVision IP240 24″ IPS 75hz BorderLess Monitor
  • Cooling
    Stock Ryzen fan
  • Keyboard
    Generic gaming keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech G103 Prodigy
  • Sound
    Logitech Z213 Compact 2.1 Stereo Speaker
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro N 64-bit

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  1. How big of a difference is that? And what about other features present between the boards?
  2. Hi I'm looking building a PC for a friend, which of the two motherboards is better? The ASUS one is 10$ more than the mortar max. He will be using an R7 2700 by the way and overclocking. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you!
  3. They're actually being sold at the same price here. I also checked around and saw that the Toshiba is only 512 sector while the Seagate is 4k but I don't understand jf there's actually a difference between those...
  4. Interesting, the Toshiba is physically bigger and heavier and is an enterprise drive, would that be a big difference?
  5. Hi guys I honestly don't know which one to get they're both priced the same. Those 2 are my only options. Any help would be appreciated, thank you! This is for general storage use and gaming alongside my SSDs.
  6. It's about 80-100$ more than the 2600... Noted. Thanks! Damn 2700x don't really exist here... But it's far cheaper than a 3600 that's for sure 3600 is still overpriced here, unfortunately.
  7. Hi I was offered a Ryzen 7 2700 for around 20$ more than a Ryzen 5 2600... I game and do editing from time to time, would it be a good investment, or is an R7 2700 not worth it? I currently have a B450m Mortar Max and 8gbx2 3600mhz Klevv Cras X if that helps
  8. Hmmm point taken, but which of those 3 would be best to get/value for money?
  9. I mean like, their prices are really close to each other (2-4$) so what's the best out of my 3 choices? Blues are more or less the same price as my 3 choices so I'd rather choose those ones than Blue...
  10. Only problem with Seagate is that Skyhawks and Barracudas are the only available ones here and they really pale in comparison to those WD choices
  11. Hi! Me and my brother are planning to get a new drive, our choices are: WD Gold https://shopee.ph/product/59539517/1472701883?smtt=0.0.9 WD Data Center https://shopee.ph/product/59539517/1279501469?smtt=0.0.9 And WD Black Which would be best to get? Price doesn't really matter. For gaming, editing, and general storage. Any help would be appreciated, thank you!
  12. Any way you guys can know if I can legit check this Asrock board using the serials in this pic?
  13. Interesting, I'm actually tempted to buy one just for testing. Yea it seems that they are just selling legitimate goods at a competitive price, but how do I even legit check if ever I buy one? I'm actually looking to buy that B450M Mortar Max since that's basically the best out of the bunch.
  14. Interesting, that'd be a reasonable guess. Actually, Chinese sellers have long sold things here through these various platforms, but then suddenly, a lot of sellers just cropped up or existing ones just added these to their stock so I was kinda overwhelmed at the sheer amount of motherboards and thought they are mass-produced fakes or whatever. On a sidenote, can MSI, Aorus, or Asrock boards be even faked in the first place?
  15. Yeah my thoughts too. I think they're just Chinese variants of legit boards but I might be wrong though. All of those pics are cropped screenshots of reviews of satisfied buyers/ Mostly 5 stars, all the pics are just cropped screenshots confirming it works or wtvr and on the Aorus one it even confirms it with a pic of the BIOS but yea, kinda skeptical though. I just don't want these things circulating around the local economy if ever they are fake.
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