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Darkness_Val

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About Darkness_Val

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3800x
  • Motherboard
    X570 Aorus Master
  • RAM
    GSkill Trident Z RGB 32gb (16gb x 2)
  • GPU
    Sapphire Nitro+ RX 5700 XT
  • Case
    NZXT H710
  • Storage
    SK Hynix Gold 250gb + WD Black 6TB
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA G+ 850w
  • Display(s)
    ViewSonic VX3258-2KC-mhd
  • Cooling
    be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Ultimate
  • Mouse
    HyperX Pulsefire Dart
  • Operating System
    Windows 100l

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  1. I've been looking at the Corsair RM 2019 PSUs. Sorry if I missed it, but does anyone know where they'd fit in this?
  2. I game, I stream, I draw comics and doodle and I was looking to get into doing my own video editing. I originally wanted a powerhouse pc that can handle that and pretty much handle anything you can throw at it for a good while too. I'm looking to change my MOBO, my PSU and my RAM but only if needed be, (when my pc crapped, I was told it was either of the 3 culprits and I doubt it's the ram because the RAM didnt give any signs that it was failing so I'm putting money on either the PSU or MOBO) im ditching my X570 Aorus Master for X570 Asus Strix X570-e because the MOBO comes with a lot of the features, flags and whistles that the Master has and I heard Asus has better software and they have a 3 year warranty on their products too. I'm thinking of ditching my NZXT H710 and going with something that has more efficent airflow. I'm thinking Lian Li Lancool II Mesh or Phanteks p500a. All honesty I'm really looking to spend as much as possible but not as much to where I can rebuild the whole thing again. If that doesnt make sense. I was looking at my last build and save a few bucks on different parts but not completely cheap out at the same time
  3. Okay I get it. Thank you. I understand. Anything you'd like to reccomend?
  4. - To Moonzy I forgot I use a 850w 80+ Gold from EVGA.
  5. - To tkitch 2 to 3 years too I guess. I keep forgetting technology is constantly evolving and in 2 to 3 years there might be Ray Tracing becoming a staple than a gimmick, extinction of Hard Disks, 4k becoming the new 1440p, etc etc... - To fpo That's the plan. My first built I let my vanity get the best of me and ended up spending money on really extravagant parts for my skill level, let alone taste, only for it to shit on me 4 months in its life. My biggest changes are the motherboard, PSU and RAM (possibly). If you are interested I'll give you the full specs of my setup along with the changes I will be making - to GhostRoadieBL Believe me, my pc build caused me alot of stress just trying to put it together. Imagine what I felt when it went down only just 4 months into its life. I vowed on my life to take great care of this one - To warmongerp No offense but that sounds really sketchy that PC would obtain problems just by powering them off but what do I know? I'm new to this PC building stuff - To Moonzy The Power Supply is one of the components I will be changing but I watched some videos on YouTube saying that having too much watts is almost as bad as having too little watts. My set up barely uses 500w (509w to be exact, according to PCPartPicker). I wanted to know what the max overclocks that my set up would need if and when I get into overclocking or buying a 3900x or RTX 3000 card
  6. I was hoping to get advice on choosing a power supply and maybe some more tips so that my pc new tune ups dont crap out on me like my previous build. I want to know what can I do to keep my pc running for a long while until I get to the point to where I'll NEED to build a new pc again atleast.
  7. I'm at my wits end. I formatted my storage like 5 times now, I reinstalled Windows 5 times, and even updated the BIOS as well. I also factory reset Windows and uninstalled all drivers, games, EVERYTHING on the PC. I've been out of a PC for quite some time now due to an (or what I thought it was) unknown error from my Motherboard. Got my Motherboard working but now my PC doesnt want to work right and when I say "work right" it won't go to sleep. Instead it just reboots and reboots. Even when I force it to sleep it just reboots. Also when I enter the boot menu, it has me reselect my boot drive all over again (I'm new to PC building, I dont know If this is a thing or not) I'm seriously reconsidering replacing the Motherboard, the RAM and Storage devices because I looked on all other forums on the internet and they say its possibly hardware issue and If it is, it's either of the 3 I listed before. Can anyone help me before I waste more money (like I said, at my wits end)
  8. My PC wont sleep. I fell into a hole with my PC and I had to do alot of things before I realized I needed to clear my CMOS, it's a long story. Now my PC wont sleep right, if not at all. It keeps rebooting even when I force it to sleep. I reformatted and wiped my SSD and HDD 3 times now and I reinstalled Windows 10. I also updated the BIOS to its latest version. Anyone know what's going on?
  9. I guess I need to put that in my profile Case : NZXT H710 MOBO: x570 Aorus Master CPU: Ryzen 7 3800x GPU: Sapphire Nitro+ RX 5700 XT PSU: EVGA superNOVA G1+ 850w RAM: GSkill Trident Z RGB 32gb (16gb x 2) Storage: SK Hynix 250GB SSD and WD Black 6tb HDD Heatsink: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 OS: Windows 10 I disassembled it because the MoBo wasn't powering on and come to find out it all I needed to do was clear CMOS and it fired up like normal. So I put it back together. Now everytime I leave it alone to see if it will go to sleep properly, it just restarts. (EDIT: I did update Windows to latest versions as well as the BIOS and the GPU drivers)
  10. I just finished rebuilding my PC. It starts up, it boots like it should. Only one issue. When I leave it alone it to see if it will hibernate properly, the monitor screen will shut off for about 5 mins but the PC itself will reboot and it's done this 3 times now. Any suggestions?
  11. So I have a X570 Aorus Master but the board is pretty extravagant for my tastes. Im really not into overclocking (I wouldnt know where to begin) and I'm not into custom water cooling. Not the smartest move and I made as a beginner. I'm new at the whole PC building community, i pretty much just went for the best than thinking about what I'll do and need it for. My first choice was to get a Aorus Ultra but I got the Master instead. Is there really a significance between the 2 boards' $60 difference? Thanks
  12. Thanks Mateyyy. believe me, after the week I had, I most definitely will start taking better care of my PC. I actually did hit a trace but I dont know what I caused unless I put do a full testbench. It does power on like normal though.
  13. So I tried to take out my Graphics card by using a butterknife to release the clasp holding it in. I had a Dark Rock Pro 4 Heatsink so I couldn't fit my fingers in. I left 2 scratches and I think I got a trace too but you can barely feel it with your finger. Should I still be concerned?
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