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About ki8aras

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  • Birthday Apr 11, 2004

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    matfrags #4342

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    videogames and playing with hardware xd
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  • CPU
    ryzen 7 2700
  • Motherboard
    asus b450-f gaming
  • RAM
    32gb corsair lpx 3000mhz
  • GPU
    rx 5700xt reference
  • Case
    h500p mesh white
  • Storage
    1x 250gb ssd,2x 128gb ssd,2x 1tb wd caviar black,8tb hdd
  • PSU
    coolermaster v550
  • Display(s)
    Philips 246E7QDSW x2 LG 27UL850-W
  • Cooling
    dark rock pro 3
  • Keyboard
    corsair strafe
  • Mouse
    logitech mx master
  • Sound
    sennheiser pxc 550
  • Operating System
    windows 10 pro
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  1. I'm pretty sure integrated graphics will be dissapointingly slow for what you're trying to achieve
  2. i know that for nvidia cards, evga has a queue system that allows you to get a card at a semi decent price, does anyone have something similar set up for amd cards?
  3. yeah but the sun is a hot ball of mass 150 million km from the earth beaming enough energy at us to support human life while your display uses a couple hundred watts at most
  4. it really depends on your environment, a flash of 1000 nits in a pitch black room will blind you but in a normal environment with sunlight and stuff it won't
  5. heyyyy so my limited understanding carried me to the right conclusion hehe
  6. i don't know much about coding (only what I've overheard from my dad about memory leaks in this case) but aren't you supposed to have an additional line, stopping the process when the manual_seed gets imported?
  7. given that physical shocks end up in a crash, ill chalk it up to a bad connection, maybe there could be dust in your pcie slot or you just didnt install it properly
  8. from what use gathered everyone is saying that this is possible, simply by using your motherboard output
  9. what i meant to say is: change it if you can find it at a semi decent price
  10. you should really change your psu at some point because while it may work for 99.9% of the time, the 3000 series is known for its very high spikes in current draw, which can turn off your system
  11. i would really recommend the 5600x instead of the 3600 since its not that more expensive and its worth it
  12. i had a class side panel from a corsair case shatter during the night at some point, but i posted it on this forum and a corsair rep guided me through the replacement process (spontaneous shatters happen very rarely though)
  13. if you're not in a hurry then id suggest you wait