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  1. Also, coolermaster is going to have a black friday sale 11/20 to 12/1 https://www.amazon.com/stores/page/14B83286-7181-44D0-94E8-AC4FF24D4494
  2. Not really any white cases with decent airflow, 4000D is $80, and there's a likely lower build quality DIYPC white case with a mesh front. https://pcpartpicker.com/products/case/#sort=price&t=4,3&y=8200000 https://pcpartpicker.com/product/WBVG3C/corsair-4000d-airflow-atx-mid-tower-case-cc-9011201-ww
  3. With the new console supporting 120hz you might as well set yourself up, you're going to have the monitor for years and years. Or just go the 2 screen approach, lets you do more things anyways dedicating a 120hz display to the PS5
  4. Hard to beat coolermaster IMO Prices are still generally high though https://pcpartpicker.com/product/N622FT/cooler-master-masterbox-mb511-atx-mid-tower-case-mcb-b511d-kann-s00 https://pcpartpicker.com/product/CbqhP6/cooler-master-masterbox-nr600-wo-odd-atx-mid-tower-case-mcb-nr600-kgnn-s00
  5. Pretty much any IPS 1080 144hz display, but you'll want to find some specific reviews naturally, or find what panel each model uses or VA is fine too https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/wThmP6/acer-xv240y-pbmiiprx-238-1920x1080-165-hz-monitor-umqx0aap01 https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/C8QfrH/acer-vg240y-pbiip-238-1920x1080-144-hz-monitor-umqv0aap01 https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/pXMTwP/msi-optix-g241-238-1920x1080-144-hz-monitor-optix-g241 unless you meant you want a 40" 4k 120hz display, which I'd kind of recommend actually...the cheap
  6. The facebook linking requirement makes it almost dead weight IMO Unless someone makes mods or something to bypass any of that and just make it a normal headset.
  7. The trade embargo may preventing it from being shipped depending on the region actually...can't find US on their website.
  8. Is it going to be used for gaming at all? The older Matebooks were pretty good if you can find a newer one somewhere https://www.tomshardware.com/news/huaweis-matebook-d-14-d15-are-reborned-with-amd-ryzen-4000-apus-for-under-dollar700
  9. Very High chance you'll need to go up from stock voltage, AMD only advertises like 3200mhz stock I think lowest voltage the better naturally. You'll want to grab memtest pro if you really want to test stability and let it run overnight sometime. Although if you're buying all this stuff new ryzen 5000 is a decent step up.
  10. Don't want to say in case of degradation 1.2V max for SOC, 1.5V daily for the RAM seems to be what google says. I use 1.18V for the SoC, 1.48V for the RAM to hit 3600mhz on an R5 3600, you can also always try for 3800mhz/1900 IF clock, but you need to raise some other voltage along with the SoC one and need a near golden chip for that. Just make sure you don't accidentally put 1.8V SoC....the motherboard should prevent booting that or just outright limit it anyways.
  11. $1200 no GPU? Assuming you don't need one there are probably chunkier cheaper options with just an APU.
  12. the motherboard doesn't matter outside of picking one for better memory overclocking Probably just check the latest buildzoid RAM video for a general idea on the state of things. and you'll probably have to up your SoC voltage and RAM voltage when you get it
  13. Either combo card, or just use USB? You might find some one off blue tooth only thing on like aliexpress or something.
  14. Need a follow up with Radeon Image Sharpening Vs DLSS don't think anyone's done an updated test since the older hardware unboxed one. I use boost on navi anywhere I can for free fps.