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MeatFeastMan

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  • CPU
    AMD FX-9590
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA UD3 R5
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LP 16GB 1600MHZ
  • GPU
    ASUS Strix OC GTX 1050ti
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Air 740
  • Storage
    Corsair Neutron Xti 960gb SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair AX860i
  • Display(s)
    UMC 1360 x 768 TV
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 RGB Platinum
  • Mouse
    Corsair Katar
  • Sound
    Genius Low-end Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64-bit
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  1. Of course. It's good enough. I thought it was amazing until I bought the IE 800 earphones a few weeks ago. The GSP is versatile, it is good enough for music too.
  2. I've never had anyone complain about the mic picking up audio but I haven't used the mic that often. From what I've experienced with the mic, it is a good mic. The 600 is closed-back and doesn't leak as much sound as the 500, I wouldn't worry about the 600's mic picking up audio. It does leak some but only at very high volume. I am not using an AMP.
  3. I own the 600. They are comfortable as hell. You gotta get the fit right though, and that will take you some time. Don't worry about comfort. As for heat, they don't get anywhere near as hot as the G4ME ZERO I owned previously. I guess though I live in the UK where every day has miserable temperatures. I haven't had any major issues with heat on the GSP 600, unlike the G4ME ZERO which was very unbearable during summer. I'll leave the other stuff up to others.
  4. Goddamnit Lisa, hiding all the juicy Big Navi and Zen3 hints from us. Computex gonna be fireworks.
  5. You'll be fine with what you've got, don't worry. Get the 3600, don't overclock and just leave the ram as it is.
  6. Ryzen 5 3600. i5 9400f if for some reason you want to pick something on the intel side (And believe me, you don't). Ryzen 5 2600 if you want something cheap that will last a few more years.
  7. Isn't just the 4700U either. 4800H also showed up with 8c 16t. https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-rumored-to-launch-ryzen-9-4900h-ryzen-7-4800hs-and-ryzen-4600hs-mobile-cpus-soon And a month or two ago, an AMD document popped up for a few hours showing Ryzen 9 mobile. They took it down pretty quickly. So there could be a 4900H too.
  8. Cheapest 580's apart from this one in the UK are around £140 right now. This one is £125. It's even worse in the US, most 580's are $160 there. This RX 580 is as cheap as any RX 570 in the UK right now.
  9. That is absolute madness. Don't know what ASUS ate for breakfast this morning..since when are they ever generous??? Anyways, here it is. Not much stock left so get this ridiculous deal while you can. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B071NS93PH?tag=pcp0f-21&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1
  10. I am expecting them to compete actually. I just have a sneaky feeling for them. They said double the performance of Gen11 is what Gen12 will bring. Gen11 is near Vega Graphics so.. Whether that'll translate as you go up the tiers remains to be seen. But I expect them to at least be able to offer good products in the midrange to compete against so-called 'Ampere' and also Full fat Navi (RDNA 2.0). Not sure they'll top the charts, but I'm expecting them to at least be in the conversation.
  11. I had the 1050ti for my FX 9590 build too, only just upgraded a few days ago to 3900x + Radeon VII. Only reason I bought it was because the cryptocurrency situation ruled out an RX 570 for me at that time.
  12. 1050ti comes to mind but that wasn't as disastrous as the 1650 was.
  13. Oh no..you didn't. NO!!!! Another fell into the trap. You should have bought the RX 570. I feel sorry for you
  14. Yes, but 3950x does nearly everything the 10980XE does. That's what the 3950x is for. Threadripper is in a league of it's own, and it's not targeted at us in particular. It's targeted at people who don't care about the price and where as Linus said, time is money. And the 3960x and 3970x tend to offer more performance in those multicore workloads than maybe people would have been expecting. Rather than the 25-30% higher speeds we'd expect over the 2990WX, we're seeing 50%+. And a lot of the issues that 2nd gen Threadripper had are gone. I think that deserves a price bump, especiall
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