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InnerBeast Gaming

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About InnerBeast Gaming

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    Member
  • Birthday 2000-04-14

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    ASomewhatBrokenBeast#4224

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Portland OR
  • Interests
    Rocket man himself
  • Biography
    I live for Pc's and rockets
  • Occupation
    I work for rocket man

System

  • CPU
    i7-4785t
  • Motherboard
    Quanta Laurel2-U
  • RAM
    Samsung 12 gb 1666
  • GPU
    HD graphics 4000
  • Case
    HP envy 23-k300xt
  • Storage
    500gb Samsung 860 EVO
  • PSU
    idk
  • Display(s)
    HP envy 23-k300xt
  • Cooling
    Primitive passive cooling
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow elite
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba Elite
  • Sound
    Integrated sound/Alexa
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Acer Chromebook R11

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  1. Thats the max I can do in the case I want. I'm not going to move to E-ATX just to have like, 4x420 rads lol
  2. The strix B450-F is a pretty good motherboard, and should be a fine motherboard, but the bios update isn't guaranteed, and you should maybe look for another MAX mobo. As for the storage, It depends. Just saying th eOS will take 50 gb (likely an overestimation, just to be safe) 100GB in personal files/other files, and with 850 GB left over for games, there should be enough, unless you want to play the latest and greatest triple-a's, which can take up to 300 GB of storage for one game. In general 1tb should be fine, but If you are going to play triple a's, I recommend to save up for another ssd, or get a hard drive and a 256gb nvme ssd, and use 128 gb for important files and the boot drive, and cache the other 128gb to make the hard drives faster.
  3. The strix B450-F is a pretty good motherboard, and should be a fine motherboard, but the bios update isn't guaranteed, and you should maybe look for another MAX mobo. As for the storage, It depends. Just saying th eOS will take 50 gb (likely an overestimation, just to be safe) 100GB in personal files/other files, and with 850 GB left over for games, there should be enough, unless you want to play the latest and greatest triple-a's, which can take up to 300 GB of storage for one game. In general 1tb should be fine, but If you are going to play triple a's, I recommend to save up for another ssd, or get a hard drive and a 256gb nvme ssd, and use 128 gb for important files and the boot drive, and cache the other 128gb to make the hard drives faster.
  4. InnerBeast Gaming

    Headphones

    They do, but it alters the sound to give them a warmer sound. If you prefer that, go ahead, but I like to remain neutral in my recommendations, especially with headphones as accurate as the 6xx's. What I suggest? Go with a tube amp if You're okay with spending a little more, and the item has free returns, or, you have tested out tubes amps and you like them. Alrigh. I'm going to be off for the next 12 hours.
  5. InnerBeast Gaming

    Headphones

    They do, but it alters the sound to give them a warmer sound. If you prefer that, go ahead, but I like to remain neutral in my recommendations, especially with headphones as accurate as the 6xx's. What I suggest? Go with a tube amp if You're okay with spending a little more, and the item has free returns, or, you have tested out tubes amps and you like them. Alrigh. I'm going to be off for the next 12 hours.
  6. InnerBeast Gaming

    Headphones

    lol. But yeah, legendary audio gear, more or less
  7. InnerBeast Gaming

    Headphones

    k. Sorry, they're the 6xx's. No such thing as the 9xx's. https://drop.com/buy/massdrop-sennheiser-hd6xx . I also recommend the schitt magni heresay (pronounced 'shit' lol) https://www.schiit.com/products, along with a blue yeti https://www.amazon.com/s?k=blue+yeti&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 mic, with a boom if you prefer
  8. InnerBeast Gaming

    Headphones

    The Drop 9xx's with an dac/amp, and a external mic. $200 headphones (its pretty much a Sennheiser hd 650, a pair of legendary but older that still cost $500+ headphones, which Sennheiser didn't want to put on sale, to not de-value their products, but still wanted to make cheaper) , $200 (or less, if you choose) dac/amp, $100 mic. Easy. No questioning what else. Well... You can drive you headphones on normal pc audio, but the thing is they have a really high resistance compared to most headphones, meaning that that they probably won't get as loud as you would like with out at least an amp.
  9. I don't really care about the price, But I don't feel like wasting money so much that I get a $100-$150+ rad combo for no reason. If it's going to give me 1c better thermals, obviously I wont buy it.
  10. The 3600x and the 2070 super are a lot better ways to spend your money, and If you want future-proofing, get a 3700x. If you want overclocking, then get a beefy air cooler or aio. Remember you need a new motherboard if you want to do this. Spending your money more wisely (than on a 1000+ USD gpu) I'd recommend you just go with a 3600x with an aftermarket air cooler and aftermarket 2070 super with a new pc to go along.
  11. InnerBeast Gaming

    Headphones

    Uhm, most gaming headsets are under 200, and nearly all 300. Pro-grade is the option to go if youre doing 300-500 USD, and for the best experience, I suggest using a drop 9xx with a decent dac/amp. If you want gaming, go with the best gear from a company you like, such as the nari ultimate from razer, or The corsair Virtuoso, ect. Nothing is 'too much' for video games, epically the triple-a's, but the flagship headsets from most gaming companies will cost under 200-300 USD, and should cover some of the critical things (drives, sound quality ect.) but you could also go with some more everyday headphones, such as the Bose QC 35's, or the Sony WH-1000XM3's, but theses are more everyday-life headsets, but they won't look ridiculous if you wear them in public
  12. Hey- I'm doing a future 4950x/3080ti [singular gpu] custom watercooled loop, and I just want to know the size of the rads I should go with. I'm planning on buying binned or high-clock cards and I'll try pushing them to their limits. (obviously) I don't really care about price, and I'm currently trying to decide if I want to use 2x360 mm rads or 3x360mm rads. Yeah. I know, overkill, but I don't know how much of a performance boost I'll get. Any advice? or is there another config you guys suggest? I'm using the o11 d for the build, and can do up to 3x360mm rads and a single 1x120mm rad, at the very max (nobody in their right mind would recommend that, though I think lol)
  13. If you're getting a new pc then get the 4950x if yoreu considering waiting the 6+months for the 3080ti. 3080ti+4950x= beautiful. Image the 4950x has 24 cores 0_0
  14. If you're getting a new pc then get the 4950x. If you're gaming, and can wait the 3080ti and 4950x will be great lol
  15. Ooh nice falcon heavy. To answer you question, It depends what you want to do, but overall the ampere architecture should give a fairly massive improvement over the turning architecture, but I may be wrong. One thing for sure is that If you don't care about rtx an older titan or Quadro can do the trick, especially for workloads. But that's just my opinion, listen to the people that actually know what they're saying
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