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About AMDGrill

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  • Birthday June 5

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  • Location
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Motorcycles, Gaming
  • Biography
    I once played a game for 3412 hours in 11 months
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Intel® Kaby Lake Core™ i7-7700HQ
  • Motherboard
    Intel® HM175
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    nVIDIA® GeForce® GTX1050
  • Case
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue + 256GB Samsung SSD
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    17.3" Laptop Display
  • Cooling
    Laptop cooling
  • Keyboard
    White Backlit keyboard
  • Mouse
    Wireless Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech LS21 2.1 Stereo
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. The rig I'll be getting has a Motherboard with an Optical port. But because I'll have to wait for Black Friday sales to get my rig going, I kinda expect for supplies to run out, so in a corner of my mind the MB I plan to go with will be sold out. So I'm looking for alternatives if I have to go with a MB that doesn't have an optical output
  2. Yeah I am. The PSU came with the case and as far as the test reviews go, it handles fine. If I experience any issues I'll go for a 650w Corsair PSU but I can't get one seperately as of now due to exchange rates. I'm glad my rig got a pass. I haven't been in the Desktop game since 2012 lol
  3. It's a case brand that has just recently entered the market and people have been running 2080TIs on them apparently. I may get a Corsair PSU if I ever run into an issue, and I presume that by the time Black Friday discounts arrive, the 3070 will be on the market and I may get a 2070 for cheaper, or maybe a 3070 even for a little bit more. Ps. I forgot the mention, I already bought the Case & PSU & the HDDs
  4. Budget (including currency): $1200 Country: Turkey Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Premiere Pro Editing, FPS Play, General multitasking Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): - PowerBoost X-59 650w 80+ 6x Rainbow Rgb Case - Bought SEAGATE 2TB Barracuda 256MB 7200rpm 3.5" SATA 3.0 Hard Drive x4 - Bought WD 500GB Blue NVMe M.2 SSD (2400MB Read/1750MB Write) ASUS TUF GAMING B550-PLUS AMD B550
  5. I've recently ordered a Grundig GS910 Black Soundbar to be used with a new system I'll be getting on Black Friday discounts. I have a few questions regarding the connectivity. Altough I've ordered an Optical Audio Cable to connect it to the motherboard that I'll be getting. I can't help but wonder if is there a way to repurpose one of the jacks provided by the motherboard, should if anything goes wrong. Now, I'll be connecting my headset directly to the motherboard so the green & pink will be out of the picture. I have never ever even once used Black, Blue or Orange ever, s
  6. As title says, I'm but a rookie when it comes to networking, so let me sum this up: A Zyxel VMG8324-B10A router provides civilization and freedom to my home, with a tiny bit of 35mbps connection. 3 Gaming computers are hooked up to the ethernet ports of the router. Various wireless devices are connected to the router. Sometimes, guests connect to my network, jump to YouTube, and put on a 1080p video, watching it from a 5" screen, which ultimately results in my network bandwith getting sucked, my ping getting high, and my gaming / watching experience ruined. What I want to do is:
  7. Sadly, HyperX Cloud Core is not among the discounts currently and SHP9500 for some reason, is equal to $178 (680₺ or so) for whatever reason, so sadly they are not an option. G231 looks charming but what about the Rig 400 and the Siberia 200? Bouncing between these 3 currently
  8. Uhm...good for you, I guess?? How does this help?
  9. As title says, I have evaluated a few candidates within the same price range. Current contestants are: Logitech G231 Prodigy - I like the folding mic on this one Steelseries Siberia 200 White - Looks elegant Bloody G501 Radar360 7.1 - Matches with the rest of the peripherals HP Omen 800 Coolermaster MasterPulse Bass FX - Looks fine MSI DS501 Sennheiser HD 205 Platronics Rig 400 Stereo Plantronics Rig 500HX (XboxOne?) - Looks extremely attractive || 500E version not avaliable Plantronics Rig 505 Lava ThermalTake TteSports Shock - I wanted to get this for a while now C
  10. As title says, managed damage my wall somehow when I'm doing cleaning, my landlord kinda minds this type of things, is there a way that I can repair this with household items? I'ld look up the net but I don't even know what kind of "wall" it is, so. Any help is appreciated
  11. Sadly the reouters they use do not support Ethernet connections, crazy, right?
  12. So, imagine this scenario, you're in college, you brought your laptop with you to game, except, there's one problem, you're limited to the internet connection that your university is providing you. On such network, speeds are limited to 5mbps per persona. If this was the case, would you use your laptop's built in Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 to connect to the said network or an external USB adapter, an AirtTies 2310, that can support higher dB output? The building is fairly old and even tho the Wireless-AC 8265 is faster in theory(>800mbps) whilst the 2310 can only support up t
  13. We have 3 high end gaming laptops in the household and all 3 of them uses different brands of RAM. Mine uses A-Data, at first I was sceptical but it has been running fine, also Crucial is fairly reputable and competitive, you see their products being used on high end systems on channels like Jayz and Linus all the time, I'ld say go for it, as we are kinda past the point where cummy brands can't exist anymore, on the online market at least, IF you are shopping from a credible store.