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MRC380

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About MRC380

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    Canada
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Core i5 4570
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte H87-D3H
  • RAM
    8GB 2x4 Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600Mhz
  • GPU
    GTX 760
  • Case
    CoolerMaster 690ii Advanced
  • Storage
    2TB Seagate HDD
  • PSU
    XFX 650w 80+ Bronze
  • Display(s)
    Asus VE228
  • Cooling
    *sobs* intel Stock Cooler
  • Keyboard
    *sobs harder* Microsoft Business Keyboard
  • Mouse
    *still sobbing* Microsoft Business Mouse
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64Bit

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  1. Is there any way for me to check just to be safe? I feel like with my luck it would ruin my motherboard, lol
  2. My motherboard is the Asus B350-prime plus mobo. I want to know if I can run 2 of my rosewill case fans off of one header using a fan splitter that I bought without frying the header or motherboard. Here is my case: https://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147254&cm_re=rosewill_nautilus-_-11-147-254-_-Product It does not specify how much amps the fans use and asus does not provide how much amps the header can take. The two front fans that I want to run off of a header are LED's, if that makes a difference.
  3. Higher speed ram is ludicrously more expensive in Canada at the moment so 2400mhz is pretty much all the bank can afford.
  4. Hi Everyone, I just bought the Asus Prime B350 Plus Motherboard for my upcoming ryzen rig featuring a (hopefully) R5 1600 cpu. I have heard lots of talk about ram incompatibility issues with ryzen. This is the kit I am looking to buy: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/product/xjp323/gskill-memory-f42400c15d8gvr\ On the asus ram compatibility list, It has the 16gb kit shown as supported, but not the 8Gb. Am i Still safe to buy it? http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/PRIME_B350-PLUS/PRIME_B350-PLUS_Memory_QVL_20170704.pdf?_ga=2.92260573.696431022.1511392156
  5. Jonny guru did a review of the evga unit and said it was actually pretty decent. 25 bucks goes a long way for me so unfortunately I have to really be budget minded
  6. Here is the build I am planning to get very soon: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/2kz4yf is the 500w psu enough for the build? Pc part picker estimates 345w. Before anyone says to get a b350 board and higher mhz ram, I dont plan on overclocking as our electricity bill is already relatively high. For 1080p gaming stock perfornance will do. I may attempt overclocking the ram a bit for a small boost in performance, but higher mhz ram is far more expensive at the moment, so to save some cash I went with 2133. The sale on the PSU ends so
  7. How? Well, one of our major projects while learning python was to design a game, and it turned out pretty ugly. Maybe i should give it another shot and see if I can learn it better by watching videos. My teacher was not the best, but I was not too interested either.
  8. I agree, I dont need a dream build, but I definitely want to get back to playing games at 1080p. I sold my last rig to help pay for some bills and I just have a crappy i3 laptop right now. Webdesign sounds pretty cool, but with services like squarespace doing such a great job, I am not too sure if it is worth the time to learn it.
  9. What languages would you recommend for beginners that are in demand right now? I tried python back in highschool and struggled dearly x.x
  10. Right now all I have is a 720p laptop with an i3 that allows me to run maplestory. I love the idea but I would prefer something that I could learn on my low spec laptop and transfer over to a more powerful rig.
  11. Hey guys so this is a bit of an odd question but I wanted to ask around since I've been part of these forums for a little while. I want to build a mid-high end rig but I wanted to know if there are any potential jobs/careers I could get into on the side that would justify me getting such a PC to begin with. Basically I am asking if there are any jobs that i could learn by self teaching myself via Youtube videos and online research so that I could possibly make some sort of return on investment for my PC. It is a lot easier to justify buying a $1k-2k PC if your able to do some
  12. The only thing I know about my router is that it supports 5ghz so I am not too sure
  13. I have no experience with usb adapters, I'm worried that they won't work very well
  14. I don't do mail in rebates, they suck. it's the cheapest 80+ bronze psu at that wattage from a reliable brand
  15. Hi everyone, I'm on a tight budget ($600) and I am looking to get a new pc as I am currently playing Mount&Blade Warband on my 768p resolution laptop -_-. Here's the build: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/JxWqZ8 the budget is $600 Canadian. There are a few things I need to have for the time being: 1. A wireless adapter as the router is in the finished basement until it gets relocated. 2. A decent 1080p performing gpu for medium/high settings. I currently have a spare 900p monitor that I will be using until I upgrade to a 27inch 1080p ips panel.
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