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  1. Hello I am building my first pc right now and was watching a video on where I could not have my rgb cable and the usb cable in at the same time for some reason. I would like to know if this is true and if so why. Any replies appreciated, thanks!
  2. Hi, I am going to be building my pc in a few days and I was wondering about the Windows installation. I looked up the official prices and they were pretty expensive. I was wondering where everybody gets their activation key, because I have looked on ebay and it is about 3-5 euros but I've heard they do not give legit keys or something. So where would you guys advise to get activation keys? Thanks in advance for any advice or replies!
  3. I thought I might not have to set a custom one due to the three fans but can I just change the fan speed or would it be better to use a custom fan curve? By the way thanks for all of the help!
  4. Oh ok thanks so you think I should go with the 5700 XT, also is it easy to record gameplay with it? As for the 5700 XT I am going for I have researched a little bit and found that the gigabyte one is pretty solid so if I get a 5700 XT I am pretty sure that is the one I am going for
  5. Yes I know it is a bit overkill but I forgot to mention I will also be playing rust and I am going to try to get 240 fps on all the games except for rust. I recall that I heard that the 5700XT has some driver issues or is that fixed? Also I might play rust on 1440p 144hz,
  6. Hello, I live in Thailand and I am buiding my first pc at the end of the month, here is my build. Please do not judge my parts too much the shipping price to here is awful and they put extra costs on the orders all the time. anyways onto the question, I am contemplating which graphics card to buy. It is between the 5700 XT, the 2060 super or the 2070 super. I will mostly be playing games and the games I will be playing are Rainbow, CSGO, Overwatch and fortnite (typical 13 year old games) at 1080p mostly competetive settings. I asked the most well known pc part store here and they said something along the lines of that because of the 5700 XT's high temperatures and the fact that I live in Thailand, the 5700 XT will have even higher temperatures and the drivers are harder to use than nvidia's. I am very new to pc building and I am not that good with driver stuff but I know that the 5700 XT is more bang for the buck. Oh and one more important factor is that I will probably have something recording my gameplay most of the time and might occasionally stream. So to conclude which graphics card would you recommend and I would love to know why. If you have read this far thank you for reading the whole thing and any answers are really appreciated since I don't really want to make to many mistakes that I will regret later on. Thanks again and have a great day! PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7 GHz 8-Core Processor $164.49 @ Amazon Motherboard ASRock B450M Steel Legend Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard $88.98 @ Newegg Memory Kingston HyperX Fury RGB 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory $98.99 @ Amazon Storage Transcend 110S 512 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive $74.98 @ Amazon Video Card Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB GAMING OC Video Card $394.99 @ B&H Case Antec NX600 ATX Mid Tower Case $81.13 @ Amazon Power Supply Corsair CXM 650 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply $79.98 @ Amazon Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total $983.54 Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-02-09 07:08 EST-0500
  7. @GDRRiley thanks, so you dont think it is worth it? I am going there in 2 hours and if it might be worth it I may as well change it right?
  8. Hello, I have a 2700x which I will be using in my first build at the end of the month. I went to my pc part store here in Thailand and I asked which RAM brand was the best and they said HyperX. So I decided to buy a 2x8gb 3200mhz cl16 kit. I was wondering whether to return it today because I am going back to the shopping mall and the exact same kit from g.skill trident z ram is the same price. I am going there in a few hours so any advice appreciated! Thanks
  9. @Dalynx thanks! also completely unrelated question but is hyperx a good brand for ram? or should i get corsair or g.skill
  10. Hello I have recently bought the b450m steel legend (kind of stupid). I am pretty sure I can refund it and buy another one for around 100$ I checked out the motherboard tier list but I am still a little confused to which one would be best for a 2700x for 100$ Any advice is appreciated since this is my first build and I want to get the best pc I can for 1000$, Thanks!
  11. Hello, I was wondering whether my 2700x could handle 3200mhz because it was a little unclear to me. At my pc part store (here in Thailand) the man at the desk said that instead of corsair vengeance pro or g.skill tridentz I should go with hyperx RAM. it is a 16gb 3200mhz CL16 kit and I was wondering whether that was actually the best kit to go with. (I am not sure but if this matters my mobo is an Asrock b450m steel legend) Any advice or opinions are much apreciated! Thanks!
  12. @SavageNeo Thanks! Sorry for asking a lot of questions, I am trying to get the most performance out of the pc I am going to build as possible. So which would you choose?
  13. @WereCat @191x7@SavageNeo so in conclusion if I were to record some e-sports title gameplay occasionally which graphics card should I chose
  14. Hello. I was just wondering if the 5700 XT was better for recording games than the 2060 super. 5700 XT: gigabyte gaming OC 5700 XT none in stock right now. 2060 super: https://www.newegg.com/global/th-en/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-super-rtx-2060-super-gaming-x/p/N82E16814137440?Description=2060 super&cm_re=2060_super-_-14-137-440-_-Product (or any other one for around 400$) Probably a stupid question but whatever. Thank you for any tips or advice in advance!
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