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  • Birthday 2003-11-26

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    Kolkata, India
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    Computers, Middle Earth, Star Wars, and tiny houses 💚
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  1. This build is great! I would suggest you use an RTX 2070 or 2070 Super which I hope fits in that same price of the 5700XT.
  2. Thanks for your help I will check out if Redmi has any sort of community forum or not
  3. My dad has a Redmi Note 5 Pro and he wants me to transfer all photos from his phone to our home pc. However, when connecting it via ANY USB cable, his phone starts charging, but doesn't register it as a USB data transfer cable. The cable works fine with any other phone for transfering anything. His phone doesn't even show those options - for charging only, media transfer or photo transfer. He also faces some problems where when he reboots the phone it goes into MI fast boot which doesn't load into Android directly unless he holds the power button continuously during fast boot which in that case goes back into standard android boot. His phone is giving these problems. Can anyone provide any solution to this? These problems came after he got his phone serviced in the official MI store. He will change the phone within the next couple months or make it his secondary phone, but as of now, he needs some sort of solution and especially he needs to backup the photos.
  4. Also, u can choose a B450 itx motherboard, it's unlikely u will overclock much, and the extra features of the X570 itx .. won't be that big of a deal apart from I guess thunderbolt 3. Plus B450 chipset runs cooler than X570 chipset, u can still overclock, PCIe Gen 3 and gen 4 are not a major difference right now in real world use, so..
  5. Either works, but Ryzen benefits from dual channel memory so 2×8gb sticks is a better configuration.
  6. I don't have any experience with the case, but These are the best case reviews out there . However,they don't do a silence test. I'm not sure if this does either but I would say that a heavy heatsink would do, but u cud invest in an average open loop with the moduvents on top, the side panel shifted to the back, a 360 rad up top and a 280 in front, with silent pressure optimized fans on top, rear, front, bottom too. And since this interferes with storage,u can probably get an external enclosure for your HDDs . Otherwise.. I think a Noctua NH-D15 would be the best solution and will provide amazing thermals, u will still need the moduvents on top because if u keep the side panel in the front for HDD storage behind it, air flow will be restricted in the front. And Ur GPU will also need air. This case feels like only water cooling can help it achieve the best silence possible. But I might be wrong. I'm embarrassed by my lack of help.
  7. Here it is : Processor: Intel Core i9-9900K (not KS, you can over clock it to 5GHz on a 360 AiO but if you can't, it's not a big deal) Memory: G.Skill Trident Z 32GB (8GB×4) 3200MHz (Asus Aura RGB, not Royal, the price difference hurts, or 3600MHz, you can always over clock) Storage : Samsung 970 EVO M.2 NVMe SSD 1TB (not Pro, you don't need the minor enterprise difference for double the price) Graphics Card : ASUS ROG Strix RTX 2080 Super Advanced Gaming (triple fan, best heatsink on the market, factory over clocked, Asus Aura RGB, could not fit an RTX 2080 Ti in said budget) Power Supply : Asus ROG THOR 1200W 80+ Platinum (Asus Aura RGB, OLED screen to display power draw of system - I've chosen a very high end costly power supply because this will last longer than the entire system, will not be outdated when if 5 more generations of Intel's Core series comes, and will always be much more than sufficient for a dual top end graphics card build, even a workstation build, even a water cooled build - or even if you upgrade to a system of the same status as this one you're buying right now, but 5 years later) Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming (includes all the features you need, including a front panel USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C connector. Here, I cut corners and saved money instead of choosing an ROG Maximus XI board, mostly because by the time the system becomes outdated, you'll have to change the motherboard too along with the processor, and the extra features aren't useful in any scenario unless the price difference doesn't hurt or unless you're a crazy rich enthusiast) CPU Cooler : All-in-One Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R (I chose this instead of the Asus ROG Ryujin 360 because it's basically the same thing, and while the Ryujin has an OLED display, it's pretty gimmicky for the average user and the price difference hurts) Case: Cooler Master MasterCase H500M (it has a USB hub that supports RGB fans and strips, so the RGB pump header and the three 120mm RGB fans of the AiO cooler and the two 200mm RGB fans of the case can be connected and controlled via Cooler Master's MasterPlus+ software, while it also features a cutout for the power supply to show off the RGB there. It also has a front panel USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port, and you can choose between included mesh front panel or tempered glass front panel to choose between aesthetics or cooling - go with cooling - and the side is tempered glass. Has a non-RGB rear 140mm fan too. Set the front dual 200mm for intake, and top triple 120mm and rear 140mm fan for exhaust) The PSU, motherboard, GPU, and RAM will coordinate in Asus Aura Sync RGB, with the fans, AiO pump in MasterPlus+ coordination. This build comes just under 13000 ILS, at approximately 12364 ILS with shipping and estimated taxes. Peripherals are up to you : For a gaming mouse, you can literally choose anything from Corsair, Logitech, SteelSeries, Razer or CoolerMaster (then you can synchronize too) In Gaming Keyboards, choose a mechanical one, with RGB, from Corsair, Logitech, SteelSeries, Razer or CoolerMaster. There's a TKL version from each, a ten key less version, which lacks the number pad, hence making it an easier and more compact gaming experience. Any mouse pad works, cloth or rubber. Choose a larger sized one preferably. But keep the overall cost of peripherals under 500 ILS. For audio, you can opt for your standard in-ear earphones for now, but later, you could save, and choose a decent gaming headset from Logitech or Corsair or SteelSeries or Razer or CoolerMaster, or opt for an audiophile grade audio setup, or speakers, if that's your thing. Don't fall for gaming chairs I will bring an update with suggested monitors within the next 24 hours. If you want the monitor to fit within 13K ILS, inform me, I will adjust the storage (reduce to smaller M.2 NVMe boot drive with Intel Optane cache+large HDD OR decently sided SATA SSD), memory (reduce speed to 3000MHz, down to 16GB) and PSU prices (choose a Corsair one like an RM850 or an RM1000 - which is as good, and as reliable as the currently chosen one, but without the OLED or RGB - I favoured that because I had to squeeze in your preferences)
  8. I would also point out, sticking to Asus would cause a significant increase in price while better components can be sourced from other manufacturers at almost same prices. You can easily get RGB, but I'd suggest not choosing Asus for performance increase. But then again, since none of these are locally manufactured taxes are to be accounted for.
  9. Does the budget include the monitor - if yes, standard 16:9, ultrawide 21:9 or super ultrawide 31:9 ? Peripherals included ? Also, do u prefer a full sized ATX build or a small form factor ITX build? And only gaming, or any sort of content creation? Also, the sites provided are in the Israeli language so I cudn't use those, I'm using Newegg Israel hopefully u can order from there or purchase the same products from the local sites . List coming in in a while
  10. That's pretty much it. I mean, it's not about - "u don't need Gen 4 even the Titan RTX doesn't utilitize Gen3 x16 slots completely) it's more like, now that it's there, and Intel says it's 2020 release date Xeons will support PCIe Gen 5, we ought to see some Gen 4 riser cables soon enough. Any news on this?
  11. Alright then AUD. 1500USD would be 2100AUD approx with taxes and shipping maybe 2200-2300AUD. I mean, more time, but u gotta do what u gotta do (And mate, I face a similar problem in India, INR's value is much lesser compared to AUD, and we have a high 18% GST, imported pc hardware really costs a lot more in my country usually)
  12. A Switch is very unique. May not be as powerful, but it's the only platform that will support any new Mario, Pokémon, or Zelda games and multiple other franchises over whom Nintendo has a monopoly. If you're into those, don't sell it. If you don't have much use of it, I guess you could. But you should separately save for a pc, I would at least do that, I'm not into the PlayStation environment, but of course into the Nintendo world, but that's my personal choice. You can achieve really good specs if you save up to 1500USD, and what you could do, u can cut minor costs from other expenses and save up to 10USD, in approximately 5 months you will have enough. And you can always wait longer or include cash gifts or gift cards which you receive.
  13. My query is on the Corsair One in particular, but this applies to any custom PC with a unique cooling design which is labelled as patented. The Corsair One has a very effective fanless radiator, single fan, negative pressure closed loop liquid cooling system. In the official video, it is called a Patented Cooling System. Does this mean that no other pc manufacturer can create a similar custom PC or no case manufacturer can come up with a case having those features ? Does it also mean these companies are liable to lawsuits over something that should rightfully be open source ? And if an individual does a case mod or a custom case having the same design , he is also liable to prosecution?
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