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About Hold-Ma-Beer

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  • Birthday 2002-07-29

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  • Interests
    Mostly everything related to PCs!!!!
  • Biography
    Eager to learn and share more!!!
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200G
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B450 Aorus M
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 16GB @ 3000MHz
  • GPU
    Vega 8 Integrated
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Spec- 01
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1 TB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450W Non-Modular
  • Display(s)
    Sony Bravia (FHD with HDR10 and Dolby surround sound - 32 inch)
    Yep thats my TV xD
  • Cooling
    3 Antec Spark RGB (Case fans), Stock AMD spiral cooler.
  • Keyboard
    RedGear Manta 2.1 combo
  • Mouse
    RedGear Manta 2.1 combo
  • Sound
    My TV speakers?
    Dolby Surround Sound with a 30W subwoofer tho ;)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Lenovo Flex 10 ( Intel Celeron N2807 @ 1.58GHz, 2GB DDR3 RAM, Intel HD graphics, 500GB @ 5400RPM HDD...)

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  1. Also, the Noctua coolers are great but I think they wouldn.t go for my build because of those brown fans.. It would really look out of place in my system.. I'd rather prefer black?
  2. I am running a Ryzen 3 2200G and want to overclock it. I am tight on budget and my case doesn't support a 2 fan radiator. I've tried overclocking the APU and the CPU goes all the way to 4.1GHz and the iGPU to 1650MHz. It's stable there (I ran tests for hours while keeping the case open and blowing air into it) but the temperature remained at 92 degrees celcius.... that's not good right? So I am looking for a mid range cooler that fits in Corsair Carbide spec-01 and doesn't look awkward.. Pls help me! This is my first build and I don't want to mess up :3
  3. Yes RGB Fusion 2.0 (RGB Software) SIV (For controlling the fans) and many more available on the gigabyte website!
  4. Cheers! And dont forget to install the software available for the mobo.
  5. And the splitter? My doubt about the splitter is that will there be enough power available for the fans? I will use the splitter to connect 2 12V fans to a single 4 pin header. Will they get enough power to run at max speeds?
  6. Quote me if i'm wrong: So i buy a molex to 4 pin adapter and connect the molex to the psu and the 4 pins to my fan?
  7. Also buddy It would be very helpful if you'd clear me on molex ?? I'm a complete newbie
  8. I'm also tight on budget so I cant go for the prism brother.
  9. Yeah I agree they a re a lot cheaper on Ali express but they would take a lot of time to ship, and I dont have that much patience
  10. But these fans work at 12V... So.. a fan splitter would connect 2 fans with one header right? Will they be able to work at their max output? I'm newbie plz..
  11. I have a corsair carbide Spec-01 case witha Gigabyte b450 Aorus M. I was looking ofr some RGB fans for my case. I'm completely new to this stuff and this pc is my first build. I can see only 2 fans headers on my motherboard (sys-fan 1 & sys-fan 2) and my case has place for 3 fans. Also the case fan I am looking is Antec spark 120mm rgb ( That's only in my budget ) Help pls, can i connect 3 fans to my mbd or not??
  12. Trust me buddy, I've recently build my rig and I also looked for those motherboards, they are not to be used with the CPU and GPU you are going with. The VRMs are not at all cooled, I highly doubt for any potential to upgrade later also!! I say it again, NEVER EVER CHEAP OUT ON PSU AND MOTHERBOARD!! As for the R5 2600 you asked, it is a real good CPU and has 2 extra cores than 3500, but I think a quad core CPU is enough for gaming. Moreover the 3000 series CPU have better design and work cooler under load. Its better to go with the latest for your new build (In my opinion)
  13. I ran Heaven and Cinebench at the same time in a loop ^^