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MadmanRB

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About MadmanRB

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Sep 05, 1981

Profile Information

  • Location
    AEW! AEW! AEW!
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Fish custard, ponies, science fiction, being crazy.
  • Biography
    I exist
  • Occupation
    professional crazy person

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Asus PRIME X570-PRO
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 G.Skill Trident Z DDR4-3200
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC GAMING
  • Case
    Phanteks Eclipse P400S White
  • Storage
    Seagate ST3000DM008-2DM166 3TB drive / Seagate ST2000DM006-2DM164 2TB drive/Sabrent Rocket 512GB SSD Nvme
  • PSU
    COUGAR GX-F 650 80-PLUS GOLD POWER SUPPLY
  • Display(s)
    ASUS MG278
  • Cooling
    2 140MM front fans, 1 120MM rear, Ryzen stock cooler
  • Keyboard
    Drevo Blademaster
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Realtek S1220A
  • Operating System
    Endevour OS/ Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. the replacement plan bit is not my decision though, its my sister who insists on it
  2. More of an accident protection plan actually which the warranty sometimes doesn't cover.
  3. I mean replacement, oops! Amazon has like a 3 year replacement plan
  4. Perhaps but again we have a max $100 budget and that doesn't include the cost of tax and warranty.
  5. So I have my sisters old computer and it needs a new power supply, it has a old AMD FX 6300 and a GTX610. Both still work and my sister says she is still happy with the machine as its not her gaming rig anymore. However, it is in need of a new PSU, it's got a old clunker junk PSU that I am surprised still works but its time to replace it. I am thinking of getting the CORSAIR CX Series CX750 due to the power draw of the current system, but also if things need to be changed I can have some upgrade legroom. This will unlikely be used for anything high end, maybe when my sister
  6. I said I need something that is good in the below $80 range Do i need to bold that and underline and with the text size 72 pixels here? I need something that is good in the below $80 range This means nothing over $80 or do i need to translate? I just got the bill to repair my car, its over $300 so I need something Budget. Anything over my $80 limit is out of the question, I got other bills to pay along with the car, plus there are taxes and shipping to worry about.
  7. I am from the US And i seem to favor browns/blues over reds. My keyboard size is either TKL or full size, I can't get with 60%, too cramped
  8. I use both the 8bitdo sn30 Pro + and the xbox one gamepad, I switch depending on my mood and my carpal tunnel
  9. No I am fine as long as its under $80, plus the K552 only comes in reds and blues. I really do not get on with reds and blues are out of the question due to noise... trust me i even have o rings on my Redragon indrah for its blues... still too loud
  10. Okay I edited my post, is it readable now? Sorry about that this was a cross post.
  11. Okay so here's the scoop, after spending a month with my Cooler Master CK552 that I got on sale on amazons prime day with red Switches I decided it was not for me and gave it to my father taking back my Drevo Blademaster TE with browns. Just one problem, looks like the drevo is giving up the ghost. Its really acting funny, I am typing with it now but it seems sticky and unresponsive. I dont think my time with it will last much longer so I need a replacement. But here's the kicker: At this stage I dont have a lot of money, I recently had to pay full price to get a new s
  12. well if we say goodbye to x86 we say goodbye to a lot of games and emulators. OSX is now practically game/emulator free now making mac users probably wanting to use windows now.
  13. Okay so here is the scoop: I have the following specs on my machine http://speccy.piriform.com/results/lkmM1M31YB6urXaPqhkelWc Note it doesn't quite detect my ram but I know what my kit is, its a pair of Gskill trident Z's RGB DDR4 3200 but speccy has had issues detecting this kit before up until recently everything was fine, but recently after restarts I have been getting a RAM issue light on my motherboard. So okay I did the logical things so far: Powered it off Re seated the RAM Reset my BIOS/Cmos Left the computer off fo
  14. CX 550 if you are concerned about overloading things, this is the main reason why I recommend them over lower wattage units and is where i feel the PSU calculator does its job. I personally find myself more in favor of PSU calculators over most folks here for the simple reason that sometimes lower watt units cant do the job and use them more of a guideline then rule of god. Sometimes those low watt PSUs lack PCI cables or connectivity too, its the other reason why i tend to favor 550W
  15. I would go with the corsair unit but honestly to be on the save side pump some more money into the PSU, the PSU is just so critical. Something 550W will do, but not too cheap. I mean the new gray label corsairs are quite solid so i would go for one of them
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