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About JazzzOnYourDace

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  • Birthday 1994-12-29

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  • Interests
    I'm into gaming, music, and just a general nerd I guess.
  • Biography
    Currently at university studying Human Biology
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    AMD A-10 5800K OC @4.2GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte F2A85X-UP4
  • RAM
    8GB DDR3 or some RAM, that is red... I can't remember. I thinkit's like viper or something.
  • GPU
    Gefore GTX650ti
  • Case
    Cooler Master Glite
  • Storage
    1TB Seagate HDD, 500GB HDD, 120GB Kingston SSD, Struggling on names :p
  • PSU
    One that works
  • Display(s)
    Hellah old yet still wide screen Dell monitor and a BenQ one.
  • Cooling
    Corsair H80i and then various types of blue LED fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K260
  • Mouse
    Roccat Kone XTD
  • Sound
    Logitech G35
  • Operating System
    Windows 7
  1. Yeah, at a quick look on amazon etc however the extra £30 for the MSI board might be a bit much considering all the questions asked if the Steel ASROCK board supports 3600s seems to be a resounding yes. I guess I'll have to do some math and figure out if the extra money is worth avoiding the risk, depending on how hight that risk is.
  2. Ah okay, very tempting to go with that then just to reduce the risk of the board not supporting the chip
  3. Did the MSI board support the 300 series out of the box? It would be super useful to make sure that the motherboard does just to save me a lot of effort haha
  4. Cool, so it seems the 3600 is the way to go. I'm looking at the asrock b450m steel legend matx board as I have an matx case and on the motherboard thread this was the best rated motherboard for this chip at this size (matx)
  5. I'm looking to upgrade my pc and I need it to last for a long time because my financial future is looking a little grim. I've been watching the buyers guides and have decided on a new gpu, but the cpu has me scratching my head. I thought initially that the Ryzen 3600 would be for me, however after watching the holiday buyers guide video on LTT I saw that the 2700x was competing with the i9 9900. Whilst it wasn't straight up out performing the $400 CPU it was getting respectably close to matching it and at such a lower price point I was curious: Is the 2700x better or worse than the 3600? LTT seemed to somewhat gloss over the 2700x in their buyers guide and I assume that this is because the CPU is somewhat last gen. So, I was wondering which would be better seeing as they seem to cost almost exactly the same? If it makes any difference I'll probably be getting the ASROCK b450 Motherboard as suggested in the LTT forum motherboard teir list thread.
  6. I'm in South Korea, I'm not sure where I'd be able to get it unfortunately
  7. Wonderful thank you for the advice. I'll have a route around and see what I can find for packing material
  8. Not sure what cooler it is exactly but its definitely not low profile so I think I'll take it off to be safe.
  9. That's what I was thinking too, didn't want to risk it too much with things like RAM but I imagine they'd be okay. So I think I'll just leave the CPU in the socket then. Any idea what packing material would be good to use inside the PC?
  10. Hi guys, I hope this is in the right topic. I will be shipping my PC by air mail soon and I was wondering what the best way to take it apart and pack it would be. I was going to remove the graphics card, power supply and storage and RAM. I was also going to remove the CPU cooler, however I'm not sure what to do with the CPU itself. I feel like leaving it in the motherboard might be the best option of a bad bunch. If I leave it in the socket I think it could quite easily be damaged, however I can't find the socket protector bit so removing the CPU makes me worried for the pins in the motherboard. I might be able to salvage one if the best option is removing the CPU but just incase. What would everyone recommend? Thanks in advance!
  11. I recently saw this post on imgur: http://imgur.com/gallery/HDdXl and thought that the people of the LTT community would want to know about it. It's always nice to know, or rather have it proven, that Linus and the team at LTT really do pick and choose their sponsors and if they're bad then they back down or don't work with them. It's also great to see Dollar Shave Club doing something like this. That's really all I have to say, just wanted to show my appreciation for the honest work at LTT and the charitable work at Dollar Shave Club
  12. I saw the Rapid-i but I couldn't find it in the UK layout with the big enter key, I'm starting to think I may end up compromising
  13. I've been looking for a a tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard for a while now. I thought I'd found one with the ducky zero series but they aren't in production anymore and the only ones I could find had cherry mx black switches. I'm looking for a TKL keyboard with Blue or Brown switches, and with a UK lay out ( https://imgur.com/5CmF2vr ) with led back lights as well. My knowledge of keyboard manufacturers is limited, I know ducky is really good and that's about it. So I turn to you guys in hopes you can and will help me to figure out what I to get. Is my search for a a TKL, back lit, UK layout, blue/brown switch keyboard too specific? Any help is much appreciated! Thanks
  14. Vessel account username: JazzzOnYourFace (please dont miss the 3 z's) Vidya 1: https://www.vessel.com/videos/MI7F0u2H8 Vidya 2:https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0