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About Jonny1073

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  1. I have a 1060 Founders edition at the moment and it is fine for the Rift S which I currently use for vr. And from what I understand, a 1060 and 3600 will pair pretty well together for most uses.
  2. So I've been looking to upgrade my CPU to something new that can support things like M.2 and with a smaller architecture. I've had my eyes on the Ryzen 3600 because of it's price to performance and for most gaming scenarios, it seems to beat out my 4790k. But I'm not entirely sure on things like VR. So I'm curious if anyone can help shed some light on this choice so I can make the best choice.
  3. I am planning to buy a lot of new parts on Cyber Monday later this month and I have my eyes set on the MSI B450M Bazooka V2. I have a problem though. I can't seem to find a 16GB kit of RAM that is 3200MHz at 70-90 bucks that is officially supported by the board on their list. Should I take the risk and assume that since the motherboard says that it can run 3200MHz RAM in A-XMP OC mode, that this kit should work? https://www.newegg.com/corsair-16gb-288-pin-ddr4-sdram/p/N82E16820233859?Item=N82E16820233859 I am pairing this RAM with the new Ryzen 3600 on this board. Feel like I should say that since it is probably relevant information.
  4. I'm going to be upgrading a lot of PC parts soon and I need a new case to put them in because I am tired of mini-itx. It's hard for me to do anything in because I have thick fingers but I know that I can deal with micro-atx much easier. If anyone has any good recommendations, I am all ears, especially if you can talk about your own experiences with it. I do have some guidelines though. Side panel, preferably tempered glass Filtered intakes Comes with at least an exhaust fan. An intake would be great but not super necessary. Decent space behind the motherboard for routing cables Not over 100 US dollars RGB would also be nice but that's an extra thing that I'd be willing to go without if there's no case that can stay within the price range and fulfill the other guidelines.
  5. I'm looking to upgrade my CPU to the new Ryzen 3600 from my old Intel 4790K and I have two main topics of worry. I want to make sure that there won't be an obvious bottleneck. I know that a bottleneck can be caused by a huge amount of factors but looking at purely hardware, would a Ryzen 3600 and a GTX 1060 6GB have any problems with each other? My current PSU is a Corsair SF450. It has worked just fine with my current setup and and the Outervision PSU calculator estimates upgraded build pulling about 390 watts and I don't really have plans to overclock, so would my current PSU have enough headroom to be considered fine?