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GoldenLag

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About GoldenLag

  • Title
    Probably a Cultist

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    GoldenLag#3210

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  • Location
    Close Enough
  • Biography
    The sun is shining, potatoes i grow. What color are the potatoes i show? they're green..... what was my point again?

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3600
  • Motherboard
    ASUS B350 PRIME (dont buy this)
  • RAM
    8gb x 2 3200mhz cl16
  • GPU
    Morphed R9 Nano (i know how to use it, and its hot)
  • Storage
    Mistakes were made
  • PSU
    Flexing AX1200i
  • Laptop
    Yoga Slim 7 Pro, 5900HX

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  1. tbh, for 64gb of memmory in 4 dimms, it kinda is at that speed........... what you picked is litterally more than twice the cost for very very minor increases in performance. just not a very impressive powersupply to spend 200$ on, like for 200$ its pretty underwhealming for what it is. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/nQJkcf/corsair-hx-platinum-1000w-80-platinum-certified-fully-modular-atx-power-supply-cp-9020139-na especially considering one of the best powersupplies on the market is the same price. edit: even the G6, a relatively decent powersupply
  2. RMx is just a way better powersupply, then again i dont know the cost between them, and that may play some part, but if they are remotely similar price wise, RMx is the better choice.
  3. that board can handle 3600Mbps memmory plenty fine.
  4. would she not want a new laptop anyways at that point? (depending on what she is daily driving offcourse) might be worth looking at if a good batterylife gaminglaptop would be a better choice if she needs a daily driver aswell as a laptop. it depends, but a Legion 5 + smaller powerbrick may be worth a look. https://www.komplett.se/product/1181575/gaming/speldator/barbar/lenovo-legion-5-156-fhd-165-hz-300-nits# https://www.komplett.se/product/1182692/gaming/speldator/barbar/lenovo-ideapad-pro-16-qhd-120-hz-350-nits# https://www.komplett.se/product/1182751/gaming/speldator/barb
  5. well, not really if we are gonna give suggestions it would be nice to know where you are buying. In other words what country are you buying in. Prefferably with a retailer linked. Are you buying in the US? also the CX450M powering both of those GPUs and that CPU seems reasonable.
  6. Not actually the case at all for B550 and X570. If the prime target is overclocking, then you would actually go for a B550 board. The only reason to go for X570 is for the chipset connectivity. Actually its both. Because, for the price, ignoring chipset connectivity, its usually the better offering.
  7. We are talking about A520 here. And B450 has worse chipset connectivity compared to A520....... Not that its notable, but if thats the path you are arguing i will mention it. You only loose 4 chipsetlanes over B550. As if thats all that useful on these low end boards.....
  8. No, not at all tbh. How much are other card like a 6600xt as an example?
  9. What do you loose by going to these other nicer boards? CPU overclocking? Not really worth it, and you can still overclock memmory
  10. Some options with varying wattages whicv would be better, with good protevtion coverage for cheaper or the same. Or just get somrthing way way better https://de.pcpartpicker.com/product/B8RFf7/bitfenix-formula-gold-650w-80-gold-certified-atx-power-supply-bp-fm650ulag-7r This being very much the obvious choice at this price point. Also, lacking OTP even if something did cost 10-40 extra, with this budget you should get something neater. Also some boards i guess: Like there are plenty of options. And they arent hard to find.
  11. the changes i mentioned would just be a straight upgrade from the specs you mentioned. the 11900k is just an underwhealming part for what it is, kinda worse than the part it replaces, the 10900k. The 5800x is just better than the 11900k. And you can step up to a 5900x if you wanted to. also worth noting that 32gb total memmory would likely be plenty fine.
  12. swap, Focus based iirc, Unsure if it specifically applies to this one, but regardless its a mid range unit, may trip on the RTX 3080ti. take a look at something like the HX850 or HX1000 or HX1200, should be similarly priced, and they are way better powersupplies. Dending on what is available, some other units may be interesting. swap for a 5800x or consider waiting for alderlake at this point. the 11900k is just not a worthwhile CPU to go for. id encourage taking a look at the EK AIO d-RGB or the Arctic Liquid Freezer 2 or the Lian Li Galahad, AIOs. better an
  13. PSU lacks OTP, id avoid. and 2 dimmslot board is kinda "oof".
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