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The Spectator

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600 OC 3.5ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 PC Mate
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 8x2 2666mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA 1070 SC ACX 3.0
  • Case
    Cooler Master Masterbox 5 White
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1TB 2012 + SP 512gb Nvme m.2
  • PSU
    EVGA 450 BT
  • Display(s)
    LG 25UM56P w/ HP Compaq LA1905wg
  • Cooling
    Deepcool Gammax 400 WH
  • Keyboard
    Plugable Mechanical Keyboard (MX-Blue) w/ White Keycaps
  • Mouse
    Razer Lancehead
  • Sound
    Superlux HD-681 EVO White w/ Behringer UM2 Audio Interface
  • Operating System
    WIndows 10 Pro x64

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  1. The Main difference between those board is a couple of things. The x570 Board comes with a couple of nice things to have such as. 1. 4th Gen PCIE 2. 4th Gen M.2 Support for Insane speeds 3. future proof for am4 for at least one more generation The X470 1. Is Cheaper 2. RGB 3. has same amount of m.2 ports 4. good looking vrm cooling In my opinion i would get the x570 board since im not a big fan of rgb. I would also consult the Forum Post on Motherboard Tier's since those board will have much different power delivery as far asi know. Good Luck!
  2. I Personally Prefer Ryzen. Maybe get a better wireless adapter?
  3. i knew that wasnt the charging port but i dont want to spend 24 on something im not sure works lol Thanks Everyone!
  4. for charging it uses a 5v dc barrel jack on the side. i still have no idea and the manual is nowhere to be found
  5. its very short and doesnt seem like it would store a sim card since those are a lot longer than its depth. now in retrospect i dont think its for cellular but then i dont know how it would connect to its cellular provider
  6. This is port on the side of an old phone i want to revive.Insert existing attachment also, when i charge it (i dont have the original charger) its says error 12 charge Btw. its an Airtouch Cdm-4000a
  7. personally, i think over time it could have just artificacted and died, if you really want to revive it, trying reflowing the solder aand or cleaning it simply
  8. Did you reflash the bios so it can support the 2nd gen processor? Amd drivers? for the cpu/chipset? Did you install the nvidia drivers for your 1070ti? Good Luck!
  9. it feels like a waste to put all that nice hardware in the deepcool tesseract but whatever floats your boat man Nice System!
  10. did you try booting the system without the RAM? also see if your cpu/gpu generates heat when turned on for a while Good Luck!
  11. i would say 3-5 years max the am4 platform has a great pathway for being able to upgrade and if you replace the cpu with something a little more powerful down the line then it seems like a pretty good system
  12. It seems like an ok deal but there is a slight cpu bottle neck and i bet you could get the seller to 575 to less but other than that, it seems like a good deal
  13. For the ryzen 5 3600 it is a great cpu for almost any system, for buying a graphics card new, if your only playing roblox a 2060 or a 2060 super would get good to push those frames on roblox or just about any other game at decent settings Good Luck!
  14. I work out of my own home and from my stairs leading upstairs is all carpeted, as i cannot store all of my computer hardware downstairs i must take it upstairs and leave it in one of my rooms, i move and occasionally work with my hardware on this carpet upstairs and it has killed some of my hardware in the process. How would i keep my hardware safe and be able to work on it upstairs? I thought of using anti-static bags for the motherboards, graphics cards and hard drives but how would i store the cpus, memory etc? If i was to build or work on hardware on carpet, would i use a mat of some sort or can i just ground myself? Cant wait to see what you guys think of!
  15. for the corsair rgb download their ICUE software for controlling it and for the Bluetooth if you can get it to work just buy a Bluetooth adapter