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Ryzen 2400g tuf theme build log

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Any suggestions would be appreciated even if  I find some good ones I could incorporate it to the build if I find them good ideas.

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You should make the case TUF themed


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Posted · Original PosterOP

here is game play testing the pc is not finished  I use low speed 2133 ram from my i5 7500 z170 rig before I get the 3200mhz kit for that build I oc the cpu to 4ghz no voltage mods.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Crap thought I could delid the apu but put it in the wrong direction and broke it but still works after I loss 4 capasitors on the apu long time this has not happened to me plus I had the tool but wrong direction anyone knows about resistors and what this means for me now I still got all the resistors but...

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8 minutes ago, Brass_01 said:

Crap thought I could delid the apu but put it in the wrong direction and broke it but still works after I loss 4 capasitors on the apu long time this has not happened to me plus I had the tool but wrong direction anyone knows about resistors and what this means for me now I still got all the resistors but...

if it still works, you probably lost a ram slot, pci lane, or maybe a sata port


Systems:

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Ryzen 5 2600

Asus RX 580 OC

Patriot Viper DDR4 8GB

Asus ROG B450-I

Rosewill Glacier 600W

 

FreeNAS Server:

I5 3400k

MSI 1050 OC

Kingston DDR3 8GB

Gigabyte Ultra Durable

Dell 500W

 

Random PC:

AMD Phenom x4 850

Foxconn (IDK)

ATI Radeon (IDK)

Kingston 4GB/Samsung 2GB (6GB DDR3)

Dell 500W


 
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Posted · Original PosterOP

yeah dumb move by me ah well that's how I learn lol yeah it's like the hell lottery by the looks of it... should just go for the 2600x.

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Ryzen 5 2600

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Patriot Viper DDR4 8GB

Asus ROG B450-I

Rosewill Glacier 600W

 

FreeNAS Server:

I5 3400k

MSI 1050 OC

Kingston DDR3 8GB

Gigabyte Ultra Durable

Dell 500W

 

Random PC:

AMD Phenom x4 850

Foxconn (IDK)

ATI Radeon (IDK)

Kingston 4GB/Samsung 2GB (6GB DDR3)

Dell 500W


 
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Posted · Original PosterOP

still works?? good till I get another cpu like the 2600x or 2700x don't know if the b450m tuf would be good for a 2700x full support...

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you should be fine, I don't see anything affected, can you post a pic of the damaged processor?


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Ryzen 5 2600

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Rosewill Glacier 600W

 

FreeNAS Server:

I5 3400k

MSI 1050 OC

Kingston DDR3 8GB

Gigabyte Ultra Durable

Dell 500W

 

Random PC:

AMD Phenom x4 850

Foxconn (IDK)

ATI Radeon (IDK)

Kingston 4GB/Samsung 2GB (6GB DDR3)

Dell 500W


 
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Posted · Original PosterOP

did but my phones sd card screwed up I will get a picture of a delided apu and use paint to show witch one is damaged pc still works I use it now to write this hehe.

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you should be fine, just if you run into problems in the future, that will be the problem

check to make sure cache is right size, all cores show up, right speed for CPU and RAM

how many RAM slots and how many PCI-E slots are on that board?


Systems:

Main:

Ryzen 5 2600

Asus RX 580 OC

Patriot Viper DDR4 8GB

Asus ROG B450-I

Rosewill Glacier 600W

 

FreeNAS Server:

I5 3400k

MSI 1050 OC

Kingston DDR3 8GB

Gigabyte Ultra Durable

Dell 500W

 

Random PC:

AMD Phenom x4 850

Foxconn (IDK)

ATI Radeon (IDK)

Kingston 4GB/Samsung 2GB (6GB DDR3)

Dell 500W


 
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Posted · Original PosterOP

everything checks ok see in the other pictures juste weird behaviors sometimes  but not that bad guess it's normal to have it at this point plus I was able to overclock to 4ghz was still working I know not recommended but still works maybe power delivery stability issues but its a tuf board should be able to handle it till I get a 2600x or 2700x don't mind I got my other i5 7500 system as a backup pc.

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just keep an eye on it, and go ahead and get a new processor


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Ryzen 5 2600

Asus RX 580 OC

Patriot Viper DDR4 8GB

Asus ROG B450-I

Rosewill Glacier 600W

 

FreeNAS Server:

I5 3400k

MSI 1050 OC

Kingston DDR3 8GB

Gigabyte Ultra Durable

Dell 500W

 

Random PC:

AMD Phenom x4 850

Foxconn (IDK)

ATI Radeon (IDK)

Kingston 4GB/Samsung 2GB (6GB DDR3)

Dell 500W


 
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Posted · Original PosterOP

My mistake but you know got to make errors to learn but I should have known better reminded me when I tried to delid the fx 6100 haha and phenomx3   both were soldered heat spreader that went south quick.... 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

hp NVMe ssd use Store mi to boost my sandisk ultra 2 ssd good use or bust?should have used it for the hdd...how I turn this around I know linus had hard time with this.

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umm, so your NVMe SSD is boosting your SanDisk SSD?


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Ryzen 5 2600

Asus RX 580 OC

Patriot Viper DDR4 8GB

Asus ROG B450-I

Rosewill Glacier 600W

 

FreeNAS Server:

I5 3400k

MSI 1050 OC

Kingston DDR3 8GB

Gigabyte Ultra Durable

Dell 500W

 

Random PC:

AMD Phenom x4 850

Foxconn (IDK)

ATI Radeon (IDK)

Kingston 4GB/Samsung 2GB (6GB DDR3)

Dell 500W


 
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