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Elisis

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  1. It's almost as if efficiency indicates nothing about a unit's quality... Also, where did you get the phrase "high quality components" from? Smart 80+ uses such an outdated design that there's no way you can describe the internals in that way.
  2. That's one of the reasons why Youtube build guides are rarely acceptable: They skimp on the PSU far more than would be expected and/or comfortable.
  3. It'll absolutely be fine. No point in buying another kit tbh.
  4. Have you tried lowering the polling rate? That can help in some situations.
  5. If you're okay with waiting you can contact AMD for a boot kit with which you'll be able to update the BIOS.
  6. Have you updated the BIOS? That motherboard won't support Ryzen 3000 out of the box.
  7. Eh, upgrading with a pricier GPU will net you more performance than splitting the price between a GPU and CPU upgrade. I'd upgrade the GPU first.
  8. Eh, it depends on what you'll be doing on the system. Bottlenecking isn't absolute. A 4c8t CPU would be considered rather antiquated for most modern tasks, however.
  9. Ryzen actually loses performance if you run your memory above 3733/3800, as latency goes up hugely, due to FCLK being forced to run in 1:2 mode.
  10. I would recommend that you go with that, then.
  11. Just as long as it isn't static 1.4v, absolutely.
  12. 1.35v during short bursts would be fine, yes. Hell, when the processor boosts normally it can go up to 1.37v. That's for microseconds, however.
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