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StepDice

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About StepDice

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System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700x
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450M MORTAR MAX
  • RAM
    16gb DDR4 2666mhz Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO
  • GPU
    Sapphire Nitro+ Rx 5700 xt
  • Storage
    1tb Crucial mx500 nvme
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1200
  • Keyboard
    ROCCAT Vulcan 120 aimo
  • Mouse
    Razer deathadder elite
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

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  1. I've built a computer with a 3200g and a 4 pin power connector, works fine! Just don't do any overclocking at all edit: its used for the same thing you plan to (browsing, microsoft office apps, streaming films) and I haven't had any issues reported to me.
  2. I was wondering this, I guess youtube could be protecting advertisers
  3. That’s what I thought as well but I couldn’t find it as well.
  4. There is some guy who creates companies and then sells these fake products and advertises on youtube, they have a video with text bars appearing in a rectangle box (I’ll attach images), some tech YouTuber made a video on it and went into depth and I can’t remember who it was, I’ve tried looking through my watch history and looking at popular tech youtubers channels and I can’t seem to find it. I watched it within the last few months and the title/thumbnail was an Android review which turned out to be a tech scam. I wanted to alert some friends to not buy products with ads like that so if anyone has any idea then that would be great.
  5. I have a 310mm GPU and a M-Atx board, atm I don't have an AIO but may choose one in the future so 240/360mm radiator mounts may be good. I was looking at the lian li 0-11 dynamic but I want to make sure that any choice from Corsair or NZXT etc aren't better. I will also probably move my pc to my desk when I buy it to show it off so a nice aesthetic case would be great as well. Thanks
  6. I have a very capable system (rx 5700xt, r7 3700x, 48gb ddr4 ram etc) and I currently have a 22 inch 1080p 75hz monitor from acer. I'm looking to upgrade to a 144hz monitor which is preferably 27-32 inch. I don't care about 1440p as I'll lose out on frames and if/when I stream I still want to keep some frames so 1080p is fine. If anyone has any suggestions that would be great! Thanks
  7. If I were to just run the 32gb kit in slots 2,4 would I reset cmos as well? This is so when I get round to selling the 16gb kit so I can get another identical 32gb kit I know what to do. Thanks
  8. someone else said I need to reset cmos and turn on xmp, is that necessary?
  9. would I reset cmos in the bios while the 16gb are still in the pc or would I put both kits in?
  10. I have a 2x16gb 3200mhz ram kit from corsair vengeance rgb pro series coming today and before I put the sticks in my motherboard, should I remove my current 2x8gb corsair vengeance rgb pro 2666mhz ram kit in slots 2,4 or am I good to have 32gb in slots 1,3 and 16gb in 2,4 (running in dual channel) so I have 48gb ram at two different speeds, or will I encounter errors and I am better off going with the 32gb kit alone and replacing the current 16gb kit? Just need to know before I go making mistakes. Thanks
  11. 3700x, on amazon the 3600 dual kit is £50 more, but I could check other external site. Here’s one for a lot cheaper https://www.scan.co.uk/products/32gb-2x16gb-corsair-ddr4-vengeance-rgb-pro-black-pc4-28800-3600-non-ecc-unbuff-cas-18-135v-amd-ryzen it says it’s tuned but I assume that’s just Corsair tuning
  12. Also while your here, if I get 2 dual channel kits at 3600mhz it would be the same as a quad while 2 dual at 3200mhz would be much cheaper. For my build would I notice a difference between 3200 and 3600?
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