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1 minute ago, SigmaDire said:

unless you prefer not having wifi and best RGB then of course why get the incredible x470 gaming 7 with basically the same performance as well when you can get a mobo with a non transferable 1 year warranty ASROCK product instead of the transferable 3 year warranty AORUS product and be married to the damn thing forever since it's resale value with no warranty is right in the trashcan where asrock products belong.

 

Hear thermals on trash bins are top notch these days.

That’s funny, coulda swore I heard of aorus having the worst thermals x470 board as well as knowing 2 people within the past 6months to have their aorus board crap out within a month


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Just now, GrockleTD said:

That’s funny, coulda swore I heard of aorus having the worst thermals x470 board as well as knowing 2 people within the past 6months to have their aorus board crap out within a month

lol motherboard thermals lol

 

rgb

 

but honestly I don't believe you for a second.

 

also aorus has more ppl crap out because more ppl but their products

 

rather have a board with a higher chance to crapout that I know will last 3 years than pay $200 for something I could got for $100 knowing in a year it might be useless


Literally just buy a 1920x is best CPU

I can confirm I am AORUS shill

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1 minute ago, GrockleTD said:

That’s funny, coulda swore I heard of aorus having the worst thermals x470 board as well as knowing 2 people within the past 6months to have their aorus board crap out within a month

i mean, the gaming 7 is an alternative, but nothing worth more or less than a taichi

 

btw, how much price difference between the x370 and x470?


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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

i mean, the gaming 7 is an alternative, but nothing worth more or less than a taichi

 

btw, how much price difference between the x370 and x470?

Not sure, but m not a fan of the look of the x370


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HDD: 1 TB Hitachi Mechanical

SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 EVO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

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8 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

i mean, the gaming 7 is an alternative, but nothing worth more or less than a taichi

 

btw, how much price difference between the x370 and x470?

At any rate, it isn’t on this list but this is the non ultimate Taichi, still worth it though?


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SSD’s: 256GB 860 EVO, 128GB 850 EVO

PheadHones: Logitech G430's

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24 minutes ago, SigmaDire said:

unless you prefer not having wifi and best RGB then of course why get the incredible x470 gaming 7 with basically the same performance as well when you can get a mobo with a non transferable 1 year warranty ASROCK product instead of the transferable 3 year warranty AORUS product and be married to the damn thing forever since it's resale value with no warranty is right in the trashcan where asrock products belong.

 

Hear thermals on trash bins are top notch these days.

because the gear attire for Taichi boards might finally spin like a gear should

 

and besides Gigabyte's BIOS is garbage in being user friendly. It's literally hostile to newcomers


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15 minutes ago, SigmaDire said:

YOU HAVE THE POWER

you know... i have some comments on all of you

 

1 hour ago, GrockleTD said:

That’s funny, coulda swore I heard of aorus having the worst thermals x470 board as well as knowing 2 people within the past 6months to have their aorus board crap out within a month

failed boards... not much you can do about it, any board can fail...

 

1 hour ago, SigmaDire said:

lol motherboard thermals lol

actually quite important...

 

1 hour ago, SigmaDire said:

Anything under 60C is great, 60-80C is acceptable, and anything above 80C is a bit worrisome (if at stock)."

that sounds like cpu... not vrm

 

1 hour ago, SigmaDire said:

nice open ended dig there, but you forget ASUS and MSI also have non shit warranties so try again

and asrock isn't bad either... or biostar, or about any motherboard from a reputable brand

 

56 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

and besides Gigabyte's BIOS is garbage in being user friendly. It's literally hostile to newcomers

wasn't that on the older ones? i've heard some better things about current boards

 

22 minutes ago, SigmaDire said:

ok pal, if you are trying to set XMP profile you are not a newbie and you know it relates to memory so ez

and there is  literal menu for boot soon as you enter

you are... you're just using your ram to a level it at least should be

 

23 minutes ago, SigmaDire said:

fan curves lol

also quite important for some cases...

 

23 minutes ago, SigmaDire said:

you like facts don't you lad...

i do, but facts indicate that gigabyte is not the only board maker

 

taichi, crosshair hero and gaming 7 are all great boards, and you shouldn't underestimate any board maker, even ones you might not be as familiar with, like biostar or powercolor. I work on facts, not on preferences

 

and FYI: Asrock is Phoenix and used to be Asus, so it's not a little company


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Hy all!

 

I'm thinking about a new desktop PC rig. All I have is my MSI GTX 1660 Gaming X 6Gb video card, a Cooler Master B500 v2 500W PSU and my Cooler Master Mastercase Pro 3 midtower (supports micro ATX and mini ITX).

My first idea was an intel config, but it was far too expensive for me, so I've decided to AMD. But what next? :) 

I've choosen a setup and then though....

My choice is (for gaming):

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 

Asus TUF B450M Plus Gaming

Cryorig R1 Universal CPU cooler (250W+ heat sinking)

G.Skill 32 Gb RAM

I can't decide in RAM manufacturer, RAM speed and dual channel or quad channel.

The ASUS TUF B450M plus gaming motherborad supports 3200Mhz RAM speed for single channel and for Dual channel but 2800-2400-2166Mhz for quad channel.

Could you please help me if 3200Mhz Dual channel or 2800Mhz quad channel is the better choice?

And if you know a better  AM4 microATX motherbord idea, please let me know!

 

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10 minutes ago, Szemike84 said:

Asus TUF B450M Plus Gaming

that's a no from me, even a pro4 is better (which is the best value board imo)

 

I'd take a b450 mortar, b450 bazooka plus, steel legend or ab350/b450/x370 pro4 over it

10 minutes ago, Szemike84 said:

Cooler Master B500 v2 500W PSU

you... you mean cooler master elite? that's some explosive stuff

 

10 minutes ago, Szemike84 said:

can't decide in RAM manufacturer

all either micron, sk hynix or samsung anyways

 

10 minutes ago, Szemike84 said:

Could you please help me if 3200Mhz Dual channel or 2800Mhz quad channel is the better choice?

quad channel gives no benefit on ryzen, just get 2 sticks, 3000+ mhz

 

10 minutes ago, Szemike84 said:

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 

2700 is a lot on sale the last while


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Indeed, @Szemike84 the 2700 is 210 on Newegg rn if you are in the US


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PheadHones: Logitech G430's

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19 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

that's a no from me, even a pro4 is better (which is the best value board imo)

 

I'd take a b450 mortar, b450 bazooka plus, steel legend or ab350/b450/x370 pro4 over it

you... you mean cooler master elite? that's some explosive stuff

 

all either micron, sk hynix or samsung anyways

 

quad channel gives no benefit on ryzen, just get 2 sticks, 3000+ mhz

 

2700 is a lot on sale the last while

PSU: https://eu.coolermaster.com/uk/powersupply/office-home/b500ver2/ This is my old friend :) It could be about 10 years old and working fine :) 

Memory: 32GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM G.Skill Flare X for AMD XMP (2X16GB) (F4-2400C15D-32GFX) (CL15) OR 16GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM G.Skill Flare X for AMD XMP (2X8GB) (F4-3200C14D-16GFX) (CL14) :S (my vote is on 2x16Gb it's cheaper too in my country :P)

Motherboard: msi B450M mortar (made my choice thanks to you :) )

CPU: not a cheap one (about 314 USA dollars, 281 Euros), but I don't want to upgrade it for about 5 years :)

 

Thank you very much for your kind help! :)

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1 minute ago, GrockleTD said:

Indeed, @Szemike84 the 2700 is 210 on Newegg rn if you are in the US

and iirc 190 in the uk


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2 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

and iirc 190 in the uk

Yep, you're right. In the UK it's £193 at Aria PC.


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1 hour ago, Szemike84 said:

PSUhttps://eu.coolermaster.com/uk/powersupply/office-home/b500ver2/ This is my old friend :) It could be about 10 years old and working fine :) 

then I'll be dead serious and say replace it. it's way too old, and I'm surprised it even lasted that long

 

1 hour ago, Szemike84 said:

CPU: not a cheap one (about 314 USA dollars, 281 Euros), but I don't want to upgrade it for about 5 years :)

the only difference between the x and non x 2700 is a pre-overclock and maybe some binning, just so you know

 

1 hour ago, Szemike84 said:

Memory32GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM G.Skill Flare X for AMD XMP (2X16GB) (F4-2400C15D-32GFX) (CL15)

if it's cheaper, sure


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11 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

then I'll be dead serious and say replace it. it's way too old, and I'm surprised it even lasted that long

 

the only difference between the x and non x 2700 is a pre-overclock and maybe some binning, just so you know

 

if it's cheaper, sure

I'me several PSU counts and the upshot was about 385-390W. What is your opinion about a Cooler Master V550 80+ Gold modular PSU?

https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/power-supplies/v-series/v550-gold/ 

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2 minutes ago, Szemike84 said:

What is your opinion about a Cooler Master V550 80+ Gold modular PSU?

single rail, but that's not a problem at that wattage

 

it's a pretty good psu


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Laptop: Acer TravelMate 8573t

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CPU: I3-2330M   GPU: Intel HD graphics   RAM: 8+2 GB 1333 mhz DDR3   MOBO: Acer   SSD: 250 gb mx500 sata   Soundcard: built in   Case: Acer TravelMate 8573t   Screen: TN 768p

 

Consoles:

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PS4 slim glacier white 500 gb, PS4 FTP Special Edition 500 gb, Xbox, 3 DS lites, DSI XL, Gameboy Advanced Color, PS Vita v2, Wii, PS3 500 gb

 

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