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About OfficialAviate

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B450 Steel Legend
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX - 3200
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 2060 Super OC Edition
  • Case
    NZXT H500
  • Storage
    2 TB Seagate BarraCuda
    250 GB Kingston A2000
  • PSU
    620W SeaSonic EVO Edition
  • Display(s)
    Acer XF250Q
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100x AIO
  • Keyboard
    Drevo Calibur v2 - Cherry MX Blue
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65
  • Sound
    Corsair HS60
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. About a year ago, I bought a Corsair H100x off of Newegg for my system. I was running a Ryzen 5 2600 so I didn’t need any over the top cooling. I recently purchased an i7 9700k and an Asus Z390-A to go with it. I was putting it together tonight, when I realized that I was missing two thumb screws and the four standoffs needed for the AIO since I was using the AMD bracket. I even looked in the retail box it came in, and the screws weren’t there. I found a replacement kit on Amazon for around $17, but takes about a week to ship. Now I’m wondering which way I should go with this. Should I order the replacement kit from Amazon? Should I contact Corsair or Newegg directly? Or should I go ahead and buy another cooler from a company like Cooler Master or NZXT if the H100x is not strong enough?
  2. It should help bring me where I want to go in terms of my stream quality and whatnot.
  3. Currently, I feel like my 2600 is holding me back and I am not able to stream and game without losing massive frames, or a crash of some sort. I might as well get two PCs so that I can max out my 240Hz monitor anways.
  4. I have made the decision to start saving up for a new set of components for a streaming PC and a gaming PC. Would these parts make sense? Gaming PC: CPU: Intel i7 9700KF Cooler: Corsair H100X (Owned) Motherboard: Asus Prime Z390-A Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x16GB - White Storage: Kingston A2000 250GB NvME SSD (Owned) and SeaGate BarraCuda 2TB HDD (Owned) GPU: MSI RTX 2080 Gaming x Trio Case: NZXT H500 - White (Owned) PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower Gold 750W Streaming PC: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 (Owned) Cooler: AMD Stock Cooler (Owned) Motherboard: AsRock B450 Steel Legend (Owned) Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB - White (Owned) Storage: PNY CS900 500GB SSD GPU: Gigabyte RTX 2060 Super Gaming OC - White (Owned) Case: Corsair 110Q - Black PSU: SeaSonic EVO Edition 620W (Owned)
  5. Yeah ... I think it was probably a bit unstable as I overclocked from 3200 MHz to 3400 MHz. I'm gonna get started on tuning that down ASAP for now. I think I'm still going to go ahead and save up for that upgrade in the future, as I think it would still benefit me and help take my stream to the next level.
  6. I had overclocked my memory almost as soon as I built my PC by about 200 MHz ... could that be what is affecting it?
  7. Would you be able to provide a link to this? I have searched for a while, and have not found it yet.
  8. It does not work by itself ... to add it in OBS, I have to add SparkoCam as the source
  9. I am currently using as a webcam just fine ... the only problem is that the software I am using right now is probably outdated, so it keeps crashing.
  10. Isn't this for only photos though? I am trying to use the camera as a live webcam.
  11. I am currently using a Mini-USB to USB Type B cable
  12. If you click on my LTT Forum profile, it should show you the current specs of my rig.
  13. I don't think so, however, because I would really like to upgrade to Intel. The MoBo is also pretty bad, so I might as well just leave it with the 2600.
  14. I am not going to use the stock cooler for my Intel chip. I will be using the AMD stock cooler on my streaming PC's chip, and transferring my Corsair H100X onto the Intel chip. I think the 2080 is worth it for me, as it seems to do much better in rendering according to benchmarks, and I would like to get into graphic design or something of the sort soon. I also think Intel is worth for those 5-10 frames in my opinion ... I have been having a decent to bad experience with AMD thus far. If you think so, I think I will try and find a good 2x8 GB kit of memory then.
  15. Currently, I am using an AMD Ryzen 5 2600 paired with an RTX 2060 Super in my system. The problem is, however, when I play a video game and either stream or have a couple tabs of chrome in the background, I am experiencing large frame droppage and frequent crashes. In the future, I will be upgrading to a dual system for gaming and streaming. My streaming PC will be the same 2600 and 2060 Super, while the gaming rig will have an i7 9700KF (integrated graphics not needed) and an RTX 2080. I am planning to have 16 GB of memory in the gaming PC, but am not sure of how much memory I should have in the streaming system. I will only have StreamLabs OBS up and maybe some light Chrome browsing, but that's it. For now, I have marked it down as only 8 GB, but will that be enough? Here is the added parts I will be buying in addition to the parts I have in my bio: PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU Intel Core i7-9700KF 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $359.99 @ Best Buy Motherboard Asus PRIME Z390-A ATX LGA1151 Motherboard $173.99 @ Newegg Memory Team T-FORCE VULCAN Z 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory $34.99 @ Newegg Storage PNY CS900 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $59.99 @ Best Buy Video Card MSI GeForce RTX 2080 8 GB GAMING X TRIO Video Card $623.99 @ Best Buy Case Corsair 110Q ATX Mid Tower Case $64.98 @ Amazon Power Supply Thermaltake Toughpower GOLD 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply $98.52 @ Walmart Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total $1416.45 Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-04-16 15:45 EDT-0400 The streaming PC will be going into the new case, while my gaming PC will be in my NZXT H500.