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Everything posted by Max1996LTT

  1. There (likely) isn't any upgrading possible for that sort of thing, period.
  2. All in one? As in, desktop and monitor combined?
  3. And you're getting not only good cooler recommendations, but good recommendations for your whole system.
  4. Don't drag me into this! It's not!
  5. Any SSD will do that. You'd only need Samsung if you absolutely want the fastest SSDs out there.
  6. ...You did not just recommend an SSHD, did you?
  7. < content removed by moderatiors > @Projekt8276, I highly suggest you listen to either @Fasauceomeor @GoldenLag These two are the best when it comes to PC part recommendations, speaking from my own experience.
  8. Would it be enough of a difference to justify spending more on 3200 MHz over 3000? Or doing actual OCing to get it to 3200?
  9. Update: It occurred to me that the apparent difference between benchmark speeds and real transfer speeds could be caused by me transferring it from an HDD. To test this, I put the same 10,9 GB file onto my boot SSD (NVMe), before transferring it to the external SSD from there. The result, a write speed of between 300 and 310 MB/s.
  10. For data back-up purposes, I ordered the SilverStone MS09, an enclosure that, by putting in a M.2 SATA SSD, you can make into a semi-DIY USB flash drive. The SSD of choice was the WD Blue 1 TB. The pictures above are of the Black variant of the MS09. Unfortunately, it proved to be defective, which is why I sent it back to the store I bought it from. As an alternative, I ordered the Aluminium variant (not pictured). Once I determined that the Aluminium variant works perfectly, I moved onto benchmarking, using CrystalDiskMark. While these speeds look great, in practice it was considerably lower. Testing it with a 10,9 GB file, I got around 150 MB/s. Aside from that, it works perfectly fine, provided I actually plug it into the USB 3.1 port in my desktop's rear IO.
  11. Put together by @Meganter Everything here, including the CPU Cooler, is better than any of Goku's list suggestions, as well as actually taking your country into consideration. PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor €183.90 @ Azerty CPU Cooler Gelid Solutions Phantom CPU Cooler €30.94 @ Azerty Motherboard MSI B450 Gaming Plus MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard €109.00 @ CD-ROM-LAND Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory €71.95 @ CD-ROM-LAND Storage Crucial P1 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive €72.95 @ Megekko Case Phanteks Eclipse P300A Mesh ATX Mid Tower Case €64.95 @ CD-ROM-LAND Power Supply SeaSonic Core GC 650 W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Power Supply €77.89 @ Azerty Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total €611.58 Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-05-20 10:20 CEST+0200
  12. Please disregard all of Goku's suggested parts lists, as none of them take your country and, thus, currency, pricing and availability into account.
  13. Max1996LTT

    Ltx Online?

    That would be different from the LTT Discord server...how?
  14. Very simply put, you can only use either M.2_1 or SATA6G_2. Not both at the same time.
  15. Said tier list actually being based on those spec sheets you wrote off as useless. Need I remind you those are the facts that are important to know when deciding on a quality PSU?
  16. It might be experience, but it's still opinion-based. In contrast to the PSU Tier list, which is fact-based.
  17. No, no, no. Don't listen to that guy. We need a lot more info. Budget and country, for example...
  18. Being preventative towards misinformation...was the concept in my head. It certainly worked better there.
  19. What about the inverse, then? A badge to showcase the less reliable ones?