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About Blue4130

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  • CPU
    I5 6500
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    32gb hyperx 2400mhz
  • GPU
    Msi rtx2080 ventus
  • Case
    Modded Sama
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo, wd 2tb, seagate 1tb, seagate 4tb
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 550w
  • Display(s)
    Whaley 4k 43" tv
  • Cooling
    Thermalright dual 140
  • Keyboard
    Apple Bluetooth
  • Mouse
    Logitech G603 wireless
  • Sound
    Prosonus E4.5
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

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  1. Well it's not on the AMD list, but that list only has 7 companies on it. TeamForce is not super well known, but it's a touch above Jazor and Juhor And I mistyped the CPU, I meant Gen 4, zen 3 whatever is getting announced in a couple weeks. AMD compatibility seems to be getting better each gen, so I doubt it would be problematic. It's not super speed or anything, just vanilla grade. Yea, that was my thought, that 72% could be better spent elsewhere, like a new PSU or SSD.
  2. So I am looking at a pretty hefty system upgrade. I'll go from an i5 6500 to some version of Ryzen 3rd gen once they are announced and proven. Even though it's still early, I have been looking at parts. I came across a conundrum. My Ram options... 16x2 T-Force 3200 Vulcan Z CL16 16x2 G-Skill Trident Z RGB 3200 CL16 I know that G Skill is a "better" brand, but is it worth spending 72% more for? It seems like a ridiculous price increase for potentially better OC-able ram. I am not a pro-gamer, I am not looking for every last drop of FPS performance if I can save a bit of cash. However, I do want a capable system that will work reliably, for that I will spend what I need. What would you guys do and why? EDIT Derp, Ryzen 4th gen? Zen 3. I really hate these naming schemes.
  3. My suggestion would be to stop smoking your stash. A cpu/gpu gets nowhere near hot enough to light anything up.
  4. If there was a way to like a post more than once, I'd be spamming it. Fantastic attention to detail.
  5. Protocase. Hope you have deep pockets
  6. I don't think it's anything like rotoscope. I am pretty sure it's just real time skinning of motion capture, likely using machine learning and augmented reality.
  7. 10 meter thick? Now that is some beefy cable. (I'll show myself out)
  8. Man, I am not even joking. Here are the most recent ones... https://www.techpowerup.com/272332/gigabyte-outs-geforce-rtx-3080-vision-oc-ampere-for-creators https://www.techpowerup.com/272499/teamgroup-launches-t-create-classic-10l-ddr4-memory-modules-aimed-at-creators https://www.techpowerup.com/review/gigabyte-z490-vision-g/ Make it white, it's suddenly "for Creators". This generation of gamer branding.
  9. We got something else.... The creator edition of everything is the next big dumb hype train.
  10. Check the case. Many are labeled where to put the standoffs.
  11. The type of connector is irrelevant. That Amp you list is spec'c for 600mw @ 64 ohm. How much power do you need?
  12. Why is the goal 15c daily use? Just for the lolz? There is really no benefit that outweighs the cost/hassle/troubles going sub-ambient for a daily system.
  13. Something to try, it will help tell you if changing/adding case fans will help... Take the side panel off. Do Temps drastically fall? That should be the first thing that you try. Diagnose the problem before throwing money at it.
  14. I seem to recall that the times that ltt did it, it was more expensive, buggy, difficult and generally better to just use independent machines.