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Juular

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 GP
  • RAM
    2x8GB 3600MHz 16CL
  • GPU
    GTX1060 3GB MSI Gaming X
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S\A
  • Storage
    Intel 660p 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x
  • Display(s)
    AOC C24G1 1080p 144Hz VA
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i PRO Push-Pull
  • Keyboard
    A4Tech Wireless
  • Mouse
    Corsair Harpoon
  • Sound
    Corsair HS50
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 1909

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  1. And conversely, there are brands that make good PSUs other than those 5, like Bitfenix, Fractal Design, FSP, Gigabyte, Deepcool, NZXT, Phanteks, Super Flower, Xilence. Most of them rebrand units manufactured by other OEMs (CWT, HEC, Highpower, Delta, Flextronics, etc, in addition to Seasonic, FSP and Superflower which sell units under their own brand) and have bad and good designs too. In other words, look at the product, not the brand. And speaking of that nJoy PSU, there are no reviews on it whatsoever, i can't even find the photo of it's insides to estimate the platform\OEM so it's definitely not a good idea to buy it for 300W GPU.
  2. Holy fuck, those prices ... You've mentioned international delivery, where you can order stuff from ?
  3. What branch you will be buying anyway ? I see that Eilat prices are significantly lower than in other branches, why is that ?
  4. It is somewhat overkill, depends on what you're trying to achieve. If you want best possible system for now, get 9900K (or even KS) and OC it. Otherwise settle down on R7 3700X or maybe even R5 3600.
  5. It has English and Russian options too. So you will reuse the storage from your current build ? In that case you can reuse the PSU too.
  6. Any links to local online stores then ? Preferably in English or Russian ?
  7. Well, with this budget it's i9 9900K, why not. But the difference even with R5 3600 would be very minimal at 4k : https://www.techpowerup.com/review/intel-core-i9-9900ks/16.html
  8. Your unit still should have warranty, it's 7 years, contact Corsair. That unit are manufactured by Seasonic so sadly it didn't get warranty extension to 10 years as on their CWT-made lineups (pretty much everything high-end but AX-series). Can't say what could've failed exactly, maybe @jonnyGURU could shed a light here. But 'heat fatigue' aren't a thing unless you were running it at 100% load in hot box conditions, i.e at very high ambient temperature. High-end PSUs can sustain quite a lot of strain and most likely it's just random failure, it happens with everything regardless of it's quality, that's warranty are for.
  9. What are your other PC specs, especially GPU and display, and\or total budget ?
  10. Wat. No, there are no benefits of NVMe for virtually any consumer-level workloads, you would be bottlenecked by 500 MB\s (that would be 4 Gb\s bitrate of footage you're working with) read\write speeds of SATA SSDs only if you're reading and writing from\on the same drive, which usually isn't the case with proper video editing rig. But with good NVMe drive you can simultaneously read\write on the same drive just fine, that would be practically the only difference other than higher throughput of NVMe drives, in case you'll need to move\copy files faster, but that doesn't affect performance obviously. Another difference are heavy random read\write speeds but the difference between SATA and NVMe drives are rather small and again, there are almost no consumer level workloads that rely on primarily random access.
  11. 1. ASUS Rampage what. That's a whole lineup. Regardless, the only chance of replacing it are second-hand on eBay. 2. Why do you thing you broke it, what's the matter ? You unlikely to damage it with overclock in any way, if it just doesn't boot (like it tries but can't) then you just probably bricked the BIOS, did you try to clear CMOS ?
  12. I do notice that with large file transfers through Windows file explorer tho, OS becomes quite unresponsive, almost like it's on HDD (Intel 660p). Any update on Sabrent Q ? Does it perform better than Intel\Crucial QLCs ?
  13. Peak sustained write speed over 60s period. I.e on empty drive (because peak), 60s of writing at 1GB\s, that's 60GB of data, IIRC Crucial P1 has about 70-80GB of SLC cache for 500GB version. In short, userbenchmark aren't very accurate at benchmarking things (who would've thought). Also, data for Samsung 970 Evo Plus looks all sorts of wrong (especially that peak sustained write speed). https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/crucial-p1-nvme-ssd-qlc,5852-3.html
  14. Well, i'm talking about DIY desktop market (so are OP). And even then on laptops it were probably disabled intentionally because of reasons you've mentioned, just to offer an option.
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