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About Quickstrike

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  • Interests
    Women, computers, rockets, tech and big stumpy robots
  • Biography
    I was born some time ago and i'm still alive
  • Occupation
    It technician working in BI


  • CPU
    Ryzen 3700X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG STRIX X570-E
  • RAM
    16GB of G.SKILL 3200 (RGB)
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 3080 XC3
  • Case
    Mastercase H500p mesh
  • Storage
    MP-600 NVME 1Tb - Samsung Pro 960 512 NVME - 2 Seagate baracuda 7200 RPM 2TB
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus GX-850
  • Display(s)
    MG28UQ 4K monitor
  • Cooling
    Cooling Corsair H150i Pro
  • Keyboard
    G-910 W/ Romer G tactile
  • Mouse
    G 502 Hero (wired)
  • Sound
    Logitech X-530 and Razer Tiamat
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    An Old crappy one

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  1. The mobo does support faster speeds with XMP
  2. Yeah, there is a world between a gold and a bronze PSU.
  3. Have you used a software like MSI afterburner or precision x1? Have you tried benchmarking your rig?
  4. Yes, when the pc wakes up, I think the the PSU isn't providing enough power. You PSU is cold n the morning... the resistances et capacitors behave differently while hot or cold, hence the lack of power. Turn it off at night, stop using sleep or you'll destroy something.
  5. The issue probably comes from your PSU. Barely powerful enough for that rig. Not if you go from sleep mode to active, the power spike is huge and you GPU probably doesn't get enough juice.
  6. You could probably go up to a RTX 2070 super/ GTX 1080 ti before any hint of a bottleneck with the Ryzen 5 3600.
  7. Hey welcome to the forum I was where you were two years ago and I had to catch up from a 5 years old rig (a Haswell I7-4770K with twins GTX 960) I know where you come from. A note, my priorities are a nice performance/noise/value balance, so That's how my comments are built. IMHO, You're gonna have to replace pretty much everything in your setup except the drives and maybe the cooler. The good news is you will be able to flip the old rig because it's still a decent machine. And judging from your tastes, you seem able to afford it. CPU and MOBO: Go for an X-570 o
  8. Just got my 3080...
    Damn that's a fast card.

  9. That's bull, You power supplies gives what the pc asks for. The goal here is being efficient and not drawing too much and wasting energy.
  10. It should unless you have a Christmas tree of leds, a wind farm worth of fans and a datacenter's worth of HDD.
  11. Your MOBO, it's plain for such a nice build. But it will work. You might need to splurge for a fan controller because or a splitter because you only have 1 x CPU Fan connector(s) (1 x 4 -pin) and 3 x Chassis Fan connector(s) (3 x 4 -pin). Not sure how your AIO interfaces with your mobo (usually a USB port), you have 2 of those so you should be ok. Rad mount is better on top because it will gather less dust in the rad and it's safer long term when your AIO start loosing liquid (normal). Otherwise, aside from the motherboard, those are really nice choices. Good luck on getting your
  12. Had similar problems and a LAN over power solved it. It might be as dumb as a neighbor starting his microwave.
  13. It's a pretty decent PSU in the A tier with a single rail. Unless you have a really high end graphic card, have a tons of stuff in your case or overclock like a madman, you should be ok for most modern hardware. Not sure what you mean about "reset"
  14. Hard to speculate as the 5900x isn't out yet. Bottlenecks will depend on resolution, the type of game, rasterized or ray traced. I have a similar setup Same (CPU and 2070 super) and it's usually ok, but in some games (Mount and Blade II: Banner lords on certain sieges) I hit horrendous frame rates (20 ish). I'm maxed out on 4 cores on the 3700 and the super isn't working that hard. So it really depends.