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MS-DOS Guy

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About MS-DOS Guy

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2005-02-09

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    MS-DOS Guy

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Tampa, Florida USA
  • Interests
    I like computers and taekwondo
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    i5 2400
  • Motherboard
    Dell LGA 1155 MOBO
  • RAM
    1x8 DDR3 1600 + 1x4 DDR3 1333 12GB RAM
  • GPU
    GTX 1060 3GB Zotac Mini
  • Case
    Rosewill FBM-x1
  • Storage
    500gb samsung evo 860 + 1tb 7200rpm hard drive
  • PSU
    Corsair CX500
  • Display(s)
    Sceptre 24" 75hz 1080p monitor, Philips 1200x720 60hz 24" monitor
  • Cooling
    some rgb fans off of ebay and a cheapo old cooler master cpu cooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe MK.2 Cherry MX Red
  • Mouse
    Logitech G Pro + Logitech G502 + Logitech G703
  • Sound
    Infinity Primus 150 Bookshelf Speakers w/ Yamaha CR-220 Stereo Receiver ( amplifier + tuner ) + HyperX Cloud 2 Headphones, Cooler Master MH751
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bit / Blackarch Linux Dual Boot / Raspbian OS ( Raspberry Pi 3 )
  • Laptop
    Thinkpad T440P i7 4600m, 4gb ddr3 1600, gt 730m, 250gb eluktro electronics ssd

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  1. pcpartpicker.com It serves as a wattage calculator. Usually you want about an extra 100 watts after you've inputted your system specs into it that way you have some leg room for upgradability or overclocking and just for safe measures. Also to answer your question, yes.
  2. Maybe if it was a more substantial overclock. I know clock speed in ram is pretty influential with AMD chips but with such a small overclock not really. If your really determined to overclock though, you could decrease your cpu voltage or clock and see if that works first.
  3. Honestly dude it isn't necessary to touch your speed on your dram. It's already fine but you could try lowering the clock speed on your oc'ed processor. Did you up the voltage at all or did it come like that? If it came like that then it's already been overclocked anyways from the factory.
  4. It isn't your psu, 500 watts is enough for what you got probably. What is your ram voltages? Your ram might have been already oc'ed from the factory. I know Corsair Vengeance LPX ram sometimes is.
  5. It probably will be usable. You can mix and match ram, different clock speeds, brands whatever but it isn't advisable and it will run at the lower speed of whichever stick of course. Give it a shot.
  6. This is a great cpu for older titles. https://www.ebay.com/itm/BFG-Tech-nVidia-Geforce-GTX-280-1-GB-DDR3-Video-Card-Cheap-Read/153774314036?hash=item23cda9d234:g:YcwAAOSwNw1eAykK You could also grab a 9800 gt 512mb on ebay for pretty cheap nowadays, maybe cheaper but I'm not sure on that. Regardlessly, the graphical fidelity of both of those cards still hold true nowadays. I know that the 9800 gt puts out less performance however so I think I would go for the 280.
  7. Why would the b450 need a bios flash. Also the 3700x is a great price to performance cpu. Why do you say you don't need it? What are you aiming for? What do you do on your computer. If you think you could benefit from it then get it. If you think no, then don't get it and stick with what you got which is already an all around fine pc.
  8. I mean the title is pretty self explanatory. And if the answer is yes, how would I do such a thing.
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