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SgtKenzo

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About SgtKenzo

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI A-PRO B450
  • RAM
    HyperFuryX DDR4 16Gb 3200MHz
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon HD 7850 2Gb
  • Case
    In-Win 101

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  1. Hey guys, I am planning on building a living room PC and I know how much power my parts are going to use and they shouldn't exceed 400W even at max load, so I don't really need a beefy power supply. Is the Cooler Master MWE White 500V2 worth a look? £37.99 or $46.80 (approx.) so it's quite affordable but is it any good? I've been doing a little research and i've had a Cooler Master B700 back in the day which served me well for 6 years and this MWE PSU delivers most of it's power on the 12v rail which is what's generally accepted as being decent? https://www.scan.co.uk/products/500w-cooler-master-mwe-500-white-v2-230v-fully-wired-80-plus-single-rail-41a-1x120mm-fan-atx-psu
  2. Aww... I thought 4x 8GB kit would be the same as 2x 8GB, I was sadly mistaken as it turns out. Also, in response to ShrimpBrine's solution, the max frequency it will allow me to go is 2666 without it beeping at me. Which i guess is better than stock i suppose. Am I gonna notice a big difference in productivity between 2666 and 3200? I know in games it can gain a few FPS here and there.
  3. I had a 16GB 3200 Kit (2x 8GB) of HyperX Fury RAM in my PC and wanted to join the RGB craze so I went ahead and bought 2 sets of these - https://www.ebuyer.com/912296-hyperx-fury-rgb-16gb-2x-8gb-3200mhz-ddr4-ram-hx432c16fb3ak2-16 For 4x 8GB totalling 32GB RAM 3200. The voltage for the old kit was 1.2v and the voltage for the new kit is 1.35v so I went into the BIOS to enabled the XMP profile and changed the DRAM Voltage to to 1.35v which had to be manually entered. Saved settings and restarted. Then when it restarted the motherbord beeped 3 times (long). Then switched itself off, then back on, beeped once switched itself off then back on and booted as normal. After booting into windows and checked task manager and now my ram is only running at only 2400MHz. So i tried a bit of troubleshooting, by taking out 2 sticks, enabling XMP and voltage change, and WAHEY! it works with 2 sticks and then tried again with 4 and same thing happened again and I gave up... I have a Ryzen 7 2700X running on an MSI B450 A-Pro Motherboard and for some reason it's either 16GB 3200MHz or 32 GB 2400MHz... Which is annoying and if anyone has any ideas it would be very helpful! Thanks in advance!
  4. Well pressing F1 gave me a load of none helpful things, and judging from the the above responses, it appears a changed UI is the case indeed. Aww... that sort of sucks but understandable. I guess I'm right in assuming that since I am running the newest BIOS revision, I can just go out and buy any 3000 series CPU and it'll just work out the box without me doing anything else? Apart from installing it properly of course XD
  5. Hey guys I have a Ryzen 7 2700X CPU paired with an MSI B450 A-PRO motherboard which I bought back in April 2019 and I decided to update to the latest bios 7B86vAC Released 2019-11-12. My BIOS used to look like this - And after updating, it now looks like this - Is that supposed to happen? And is there anyway to make it go back to the original layout/format? Thanks in advance!
  6. Hey guys! SgtKenzo here and finally, after so long, I am upgrading my HIS HD 7850 2GB. So originally how i ended up with is because I had a PC back in 2010 with - AMD Phenom II X4 965 (3.4 GHz, 4c/4t) 8GB DDR3 RAM @ 1333MHz ATI Radeon HD 5770 1GB. Where in 2012 i upgraded the 5770 to the 7850 2GB which was basically a slightly trimmed down 7870. And then last year I got this new pc which is now rocking - AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 16GB DDR4 @ 3200MHz AMD HD 7850 2GB Going to be picking up my new graphics card tomorrow which will be the brand new Sapphire Pulse AMD RX 5600 XT 6GB! In terms of performance, is this a bigger upgrade than going from the 5770 to the 7850? And will this be better at GPU-accelerated rendering than the 7850?
  7. My old PC is on display in my glass cabinet! ASUS M4N68T-M AM3 Motherboard AMD Phenom II X4 965 CPU 8GB DDR3 Corsair XMS3 RAM 1TB Seagate SSHD And my current Graphics Card AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB shall be going in when I get either the RX 5500 XR or 5600 XT
  8. Hey guys! SgtKenzo here and here I am again with more questions. This time it's regarding the use of a Raspberry Pi and setting it up for a low power and cheap AF NAS. https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-4-model-b/ Does anyone here have any experience with it? Because the main question is - Which RAM model should I get? 1GB, 2GB or 4GB? Bearing in mind that I want to run a PLEX server on this as well. Thank You all!
  9. I doubt it... If anything, the GTX 1060 is gonna bottleneck the 3700X
  10. Reboot your Laptop or bust series! As far as I'm aware and from what YouTube search has brought up, you guys haven't done anymore for like 3 years! Now I know these videos were more orientated for the summer to earn cash for a laptop before school/college/university. However, for this reboot you can shift it from a summer theme to saving up for a laptop with cash in hand ready for the January sales? Either way, more Laptop or Bust please!
  11. My LTT cable ties arrived in the post today! And they look freaking awesome! ?
  12. I shall have a look tonight, when im rendering another video and make my decision from there. Thank you all for your feedback as always. rock on!
  13. My OS and Movie Studio and other things are already on my WD Blue 500Gb M.2 SSD already.
  14. Wouldn't the SSD help by increasing the writing speed and reduce rendering time?
  15. Hey guys, I am thinking of buying the PNY CS900 as a rendering drive due to the higher write speeds for all of my YouTube videos and therefore, large capacity isn't exactly required. The OBS raws are stored on a 2TB Seagate Barracuda 256 Mb Cache HDD. The 120Gb model is currently going on Amazon for £17.06 or roughly about $20.77 USD. Will this SSD be good enough for this purpose to help reduce rendering times?
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