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AxelDed

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About AxelDed

  • Title
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Brunei

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix B450-f
  • RAM
    XPG D41 16GB 3000mhz
  • GPU
    MSI Gaming X Trio GTX 1080 ti 11GB
  • Case
    Phanteks Eclipse P350X
  • Storage
    Kingston A400 240GB SSD
    WD Blue 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    DK6.0 80+ Bronze 600W Full Modular
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2419HGF 144hz
  • Cooling
    AMD Prism Max RGB
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow ultimate 2016
  • Mouse
    Corsair Harpoon
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  1. Alright, thanks a lot. Was kinda worry if I somehow broke my ram or the ram slot on the motherboard
  2. hello, recently upgraded my motherboard to an Asus ROG B450-f and I noticed that I can no longer see the details of my ram (2x8GB 3000mhz XPG D41 kit) on the task manager. I already set the ram to the rated speed and its showing on CPU-Z as dual channel. is this normal or should I worry? spec CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 RAM: 2x8GB 3000mhz XPG D41 MOBO: Asus ROG Strix B450-f GPU: Asus ROG Strix GTX 1080
  3. It's the 2016 model. Haha found it on a very good deal for $40 from fb. Everything was working and all I use was compressed air to clean whatever were between the keys. And yea, a waifu mouse pad would be nice but don't know which one to pick to fit the purple and blue theme of the pc
  4. It's on the inside. Plus might mod the case once I get my hands on acrilic boards. They aren't available in my area so have get them in the next town or order them online
  5. Planning to get the yeston RX 5700 xt waifu edition actually
  6. What do you think about my PC? well this is my first rig. It took me a while to get it to this point. I first bought a second hand system through a friend. It was a second gen Ryzen build with a Rx 580 and a pretty bad case. I then slowly sold and trade the GPU, case, cooler and ram. The first change was the GPU. I was offer by a friend to buy a brand new gtx 1660. Big mistake as the model was an Asus Tuf 1660 (DO NOT BUY THIS MODEL) with terrible thermals. I then found a post on a second hand gigabyte GTX 1070 G1, selling the crappy 1660 I was relieved to see that the 1070 was an amazing experience. But finally I found the one, a second hand gtx 1080 Asus strix being posted on facebook for $450 (BND). Jumping on it right away, I contacted the seller to see if it was still available. It gave me a small window of time to sell my 1070 then buying the Asus strix. Fortunately some did buy the GPU the same day as I promised to meet up with seller. With GPU in hand, I am now fully satisfied with the gaming performance. Now was the part for the look of the PC and fixing the thermals as the case it came with was on the bottom of the barrel. A Tecware Nexus m with 3 fans that barely pulling air, I began to look for a case and set of fan. Finding a deal on a set of 140mm old gen thermaltake Ring fans, I then turn to my friend again to see if I can order a decent case. Then there it was the case that I always wanted the Phanteks eclipse p350x. Other small things I changed was the ugly and slow ram (4x4GB Kingston 2400mhz ram), bought a second hand wraith prism Max cooler, and slowly save up to buy decent peripherals. Also a 144hz monitor of course Specs CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 RAM: XPG D41 16GB 3000mhz MOBO: gigabyte Aorus B450M GPU: GTX 1080 Asus Strix 8GB SSD: Kingston 240GB HDD: WD Blue 1TB PSU: 1stPlayer D.K 500w 80+ bronze CASE: Phanteks eclipse p350x MONITOR: Dell S2419HGF 24inch 1080p 144hz KEYBOARD: Razer blackwidow ultimate green switches 2016 MOUSE: Corsair Harpoon
  7. Alright. Will get decent 500w in the near future.
  8. Well seems like I will be replacing it but should I go for a 600w and higher or is 500w plenty enough?
  9. Well can't really say that it's chrome cause my internet has a crappy 100GB plan so it's pretty much offline during the end of the month
  10. A 240GB SSD Kingston and a 1TB HDD wd blue
  11. Hey guys, I want a recommendation on if I should replace my 500w PSU from 1stplayer (Malaysian brand). Recently got an Asus strix GTX 1080 from a good deal, so far I haven't experience any failures other than my younger brother telling that JumpForce crashed a few time. I rarely use the PC due to work so I am never really home and I don't really want to come home to a burning house from work. The specs: CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 RAM: XPG D41 16GB 3000mhz MOBO: gigabyte Aorus B450M GPU: Asus strix GTX 1080 The specs of the 500w 80+ bronze PSU https://www.ect.my/power-and-electrical-device/1stplayer-dk-5-0-e-sport-500w-non-modular-80-plus-bronze-gaming-power-supply-ps-dk-5-0
  12. well rip. after taking part my pc. turns out one of the 8GB sticks are faulty. tested each ram in dual channel and its worked fine with the 2x4... hope the "life time" warrenty on the T-Force delta are true and i can get a replacement
  13. just to mention this issue is new. a few months ago thet were running in 2666mhz and everything was fine. only notice this problem after I swap my pc case and did a full check on everthing
  14. well here is my ram on cpu z. the frequency seems too off...
  15. I need help. my system runs windows 10 and using 24GB (2x4GB + 2x8GB) but half of it goes to hardware reseve and it wont run in their rated speed. plus there is this weird problem of it not knowing the form factor of the ram installed. I already when to the BIOS and enable XMP and already tried to use the msconfig method for the hardware issus but it nothing changes :( pc specs: cpu - Ryzen 5 2600 ram - T-Force Delta RGB 2666mhz (two 4GB sticks and two 8GB sticks) mobo - Gigabyte Aorus B450M
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