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  1. Ok thanks my budget is $130 CAD and I am in Canada. I am able to go over that but would really prefer not to. I was also wanting to go a little more than 450w to future proof myself but if it doesn't make sense to then I won't bother.
  2. Ryzen 5 3600 32GB 3200Mhz Ram Gigabyte b450M DS3H motherboard Radeon RX 570 1x 1TB SSD 2x 1TB Harddrive PC is used for editing and light gaming
  3. I am looking into getting the ThermaltakeSmart Pro RGB Modular Power Supply, 750W and wanted some advice on if it is any good or not or if I should look at something else. I am looking for a fully modular, at least 650w power supply for a decent price as I am on a tight budget. Thanks in advance.
  4. If you are wanting a faster gpu than the RX 580 4gb is the one to go with as it has a higher clock speed than the 570. The clock speed is 89 MHz faster on the 580 which is not very much but it is technically a faster performing card.
  5. In the market for a 4K monitor that has accurate colors as I will be editing video and photos on it. Any recommendations for best bang for buck monitor?
  6. Is the wraith prism cooler effective with a ryzen 3700x or should I buy a aftermarket cpu cooler?


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    2. Broham


      Air cooled


    3. Flying Films

      Flying Films

      Noctua then. They have been making really good coolers lately and if you want a top end cooler than these are the ones to go for. They can be a little pricey but I think it is worth it especially if you plan to ever upgrade your cpu in the future. 

    4. Broham


      Okay thank you


  7. Was looking for a case that has decent cable management and overall best bang for the buck matx case and stumbled along this one. Any thoughts? Pros, Cons? Cable management? Build quality? Thanks in advance
  8. I would recommend the EOS m50 and then invest in a decent lense. The m50 is an awesome camera and when you pair it with a solid lense you can have some pretty good photo and video quality if you are wanting a camera in the EOS line up. Canons colour science is amazing so I think it is a good idea to go Canon.
  9. I personally changed thermal paste and I noticed significant changes. I changed the thermal paste to Arctic MX-4 thermal compound and found great results so if you are planning on changing I would recommend you try that stuff.
  10. Thinking about getting a Ryzen 5 3600 for editing and light gaming. will be paired with 32gb of 3200mhz RAM. Any thoughts on the cpu itself? Pros? Cons?