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Fasauceome

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About Fasauceome

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  • Location
    United States
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Taekwondo
  • Occupation
    Electrical engineering major, Taekwondo teacher, PC builder

System

  • CPU
    Core i7-8086k @ 4.7GHz
  • Motherboard
    EVGA Z370 Classified K
  • RAM
    16GB@3200 G.Skill Trident Z RGB
  • GPU
    Star Wars Jedi Order Titan Xp
  • Case
    Corsair Vengeance C70 (black)
  • Storage
    Corsair Force MP500 128GB + 4.5TB misc storage
  • PSU
    650W EVGA G2
  • Display(s)
    Aorus AD27QD + misc asus
  • Cooling
    CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Black Edition
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow
  • Mouse
    Havit Magic Eagle
  • Sound
    Logitech Z130
  • Operating System
    Winders
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  1. It's really solid overall, lots of SSD storage and the PSU overhead to overclock to your heart's content. The CPU cooler will also do a really good job here.
  2. Source: https://wccftech.com/asus-z690-motherboard-lineup-leaks-out-rog-maximus-xiv-rog-strix-tuf-gaming-prime-series/ Summary Asus board images have found their way online alongside lesser specs and names to distinguish them. Among these, a prominent design choice to include DDR4 slotted and DDR5 slotted dimm selections. (I hesitate to call this a leak given the current state of gaming electronics advertising, controlled leaks, and the general lack of water dripping going on) Quotes Strikethroughs above contributed due to aforementioned "not really a
  3. This would do nicely https://pcpartpicker.com/product/dmGnTW/asus-tuf-gaming-x570-plus-wi-fi-atx-am4-motherboard-tuf-gaming-x570-plus-wi-fi
  4. A 750 watt PSU for a GTX 1060 would be a bit excessive (it would be excessive for any PC running less than a 3080 in truth). OP can probably use any decent budget graphics card on the current 400 watt power supply just fine. And besides, keep the meager $200 budget in mind. Any 750 watt PSU worth its salt will take up almost all of that. As for 3200HMz ram, I am not sure this board will allow that.
  5. The GTX 1650 super will also require a power connector and won't have a low profile version. The 1650 TI is laptop only. If you can, make sure to get the GRDR6 revision instead of the GDDR5 version. They have the same MSRP but one just has more performance.
  6. You unfortunately wouldn't be able to find a 1060 that is low profile, and I doubt the 225 watt unit has the appropriate connectors for the card. New/refurb on a card that's about 5 years old? You're getting a bit ripped off. A GTX 1650 would be favorable
  7. There is likely a physical problem with one or both of them. Unplug from the wall and try a properly good reseat, make sure the 24 pin is well inside the motherboard.
  8. With a physical defect like this, I would guess PSU or motherboard as an issue. Are either brand new?
  9. Sounds like some kind of short. Reseating the power connections to the motherboard might help.
  10. "tear up the label, you will ont be able to enjioy the waarramtu serice" Gold
  11. For $290? Don't mind if I do

     

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    My roommate needed more tarkov juice than his 2600 could offer

    1. Dedayog

      Dedayog

      Not bad at all 🙂

      Noticeable difference?

    2. Fasauceome

      Fasauceome

      6 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

      Not bad at all 🙂

      Noticeable difference?

      We shall see but I am guessing definitely since the 12 threads of the previous CPU were maxed out

  12. A bit of a hint as to what's going on, if the windows file structure getting scanned causes a crash then it's kind of telling. Check physical disk health with chkdsk
  13. I would reseat the CPU and motherboard power connectors. If this is some kind of software issue, open CMD as an administrator and run sfc /scannow
  14. If you're just gaming on your computer, the power outage doesn't matter. You're still gonna lose internet connection so any online game is gonna kick you out. Those who need their PC to stay on will find the added cost of a UPS worth it.
  15. cas latency is based on frequency, 3600 CL18 has the same as 3200 CL16. The motherboard would likely run it at something like 2666 CL 14, depending on the XMP profiles available.
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