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About AdamBGames

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    An Electronic and Computer engineer just looking to help out others.
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    Electronic and Computer Engineer


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    AMD R7 3700X
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    32GB Corsair Vengence 3200MHz DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 2080 SUPER
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R6
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    1x 1TB PNY CS3030 NVMe SSD, 1x 1TB Kingston A400 SSD,2x 1TB Seagate Barracuda HDD, 1x 8TB Seagate Barracuda HDD
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    EVGA SuperNOVA G2 850W, with Custom red extensions
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    2x 24inch BenQ, 1x 144Hz 32inch Lenovo
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    Noctua D14
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    Corsair K70 Mk.II
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    Logitech G402
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    GOXLR Mini
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    Windows 10
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    Samsung S10 Lite

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  1. I know some people have had ok times with Raidmax power supplies but most of them are C and D tier so I wouldnt put anything like a 6000 series GPU with one, plus that 1600 is going to be a big bottleneck for you since first gen ryzen still didnt have that great of single core performance which is what you would want in games.
  2. True, but they may try and use their own node to circumvent the chip shortage. Im not saying it's likely, hell, its very UNlikely, but possible. Wouldnt be the first time Intel have changed course in terms of node selection, I mean look at the 11th gen
  3. Gonna need to know a few things, what country are you in, which blue switches do you like (Cherry, Kale...ect.), do you want RGB, do you want a full, TKL, or 60%. Would you like to build it yourself, stuff like that.
  4. This system looks fine, in terms of GPUs, it's unknown, TSMC which creates the SOCs for NVidia and AMD have said they have been set back to 2022, though Intel are looking to put out their first graphics card this year and since they have their own FAB locations, its possible they might have ones available, but that could have compatability issues like the integrated graphics on their existing CPUs
  5. The AMD CPUs are fairly good in terms of thermals, something like a Noctua U12S will be fine.
  6. Yeah, I thought it said $80, wasnt wearing my glasses. Though I did find it weird how expensive the build was ngl.
  7. Damn, my bad, I thought that said $80. Yeah, screw 180. (This is what I get for not wearing my glasses and trying to make a parts list lol)
  8. Screw my build, this is way better. Better efficiency, lower cost, more storage, better in pretty much every way, except for the video encoding, this will use integrated graphics but still way better than my one.
  9. PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU Intel Core i5-10400F 2.9 GHz 6-Core Processor $179.90 @ Amazon Motherboard Asus PRIME H410M-E Micro ATX LGA1200 Motherboard $79.99 @ ASUS Memory OLOy WarHawk RGB 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 CL16 Memory $72.00 @ Newegg Storage Team MP33 256 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive $34.99 @ Amazon
  10. So, because RAM is DDR, which means Double Data rate, sometimes it will come up as half that at 1500, since 1500x2 is 3000. When it says 1067, that leads me to believe that your ram is running at the stock 2133Mhz, what you need to do is go into the BIOS and either enable XMP or manually set the ram speed to 3000Mhz
  11. Just a thought, but why dont you just get a qwert keyboard and get Azerty keycaps?
  12. Depends on which ryzen 9 it is. if its the same generation then itll mostly just be more cores which will increase multithreaded perfromance, if it is from a newer generation like 3000 or 5000 series, then itll have much better single and multithreaded performance
  13. Considering what you have said, have you tried another displayport cable?
  14. Not really, the card can just about handle 1080p 60 gaming WITHOUT streaming. Plus 2GB of VRAM is becoming very obsolete very fast so it really depends what games you will be playing. i doubt anything super modern will work but indie games will probably be fine.
  15. I am an Electronic Engineer, and while I have experience working with larger PCB etching machines. Due to the pandemic, I have not had access to my lab for several months and while breadboards and strip boards are fine, I would prefer to design and manufacture my own PCBs from home. I have no experience with Desktop CNC milling machines being used for PCB creation. While I know it can be done using copper blanks, I am not aware of respectable brands for desktop mills. So if any suggestions can be given I would be very greatful. My budget is £500 for now but can go to