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This kid builds pc

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About This kid builds pc

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  • Birthday May 10, 2002

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  • Interests
    addiction to building PCs and light programming
  • Biography
    aisan pilipino
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1600 @ 4ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 PC Mate
  • RAM
    16gb DDR4 Ripjaws V 2400mhz
  • GPU
    R9 290 with kraken x41
  • Case
    Phantek Enthoo Pro M
  • Storage
    1tb HDD and 240gb kingston ssd
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 750w 80+gold
  • Display(s)
  • Cooling
    PETG loop with one cpu block and 240mm rad
  • Keyboard
    off brand mechanical
  • Mouse
    gigabyte thing that was cheap
  • Sound
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. After a 3 minute youtube video in IEC plugs and some googling, it seems that some people have similiar ideas too lol IEC320 C14 to C13 Extension Cord C14 with Screw Holes and C13 Short 60cm Lenght. availables https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083CSBSRV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_BY07Fb0G2P2Q4 The wait time is a bit long so I think I’ll stick to the ATX size psu even though it might turn out to be a bit cramped. Hoping for no leaks and good temps! Might even run both 240mm rads in tandem and see how they test despite the limited ventilation.
  2. A US 3 Prong Cable that can chassis mount to a case. Just like in the RVZ01 with two phillips heads screws. and the routed through the case to an alternate spot for where the PSU is really mounted. Now to save cost I am probably just going to use a bigger PSU and use a block off plate and have a little cut out for where the PSU will really be mounted. This ITX build is in a small sleeper HP Case with just one 240mm radiator. I'll take pictures in a bit and probably format and rename this thread. I'm repurposing an old cooler master case for honeycomb grills, 2.5 inch hard drive bay, single slo
  3. My bad I mean the cable as a whole. I'm in the USA. I have a different plan for this build now anyways haha.
  4. I mean the cable with the chassis mount. I want the special nice looking one lol. Not something I can just jerry rig (which I will)
  5. Anyone know where I can get that RVZ01 PSU cable or should I just solder and heat shrink some other PSU cable together with another one? I think the latter is much more convenient.
  6. It's just wrapped in the factory plastic bag and is inside the koolance box. I took it out one time to polish it with Meguiar's PlastX, but it don't suppose the polish would've caused any chemical damage as I've used it on many acrylic parts for PC builds and such.
  7. 70-80. Live in California so it gets pretty warm, but the shelf usually remains sorta cold to the touch.
  8. Idk dude it stays on the shelf right there. Haven’t touched it in a while.
  9. So went to check on my res body bc of planning something as it was sitting on my shelf on top of some other stuff for a couple months. Now it seems there is a circle of spider cracks most likely due to just laying down in the box for a while. How fragile lol. Will most likely still use it for my build as I have used another res body full of spider cracks with no worries. Just weird to see this.
  10. For all the guys saying “yOu cAnT oC” there is such a thing as bclk ocing. I think that intel limits this after some mhz. Also, it would be better to keep it at stock for lonvegity sake and try to make it turbo most of the time.
  11. https://www.anandtech.com/show/12625/amd-second-generation-ryzen-7-2700x-2700-ryzen-5-2600x-2600/18 All the games shown on here show better perf with ryzen ever since the meltdown and spectre updates. You're gonna want those updates if you go with either CPU so Ryzen seems like a better option.
  12. Newegg should say on some mobos that it is "Ryzen 2 ready" or some shit. Look around on newegg. Don't buy a x470 board for some ryzen 3 cpu.
  13. I think you could get lower voltage with better VRMs. My old X370 board (6 phase) managed lower voltage at the same oc as my MSI b350 shit (4 phase). What freq are you running at?
  14. Why get one of the meh pro4 boards? The VRMs are anemic especially for the 8 core cpus
  15. Anything from a 2600k or even 2500k and up