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About Xiee

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  • Location
    Lungmen Outskirts
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Video games and Anime, Star Trek, Star Wars, PC Building and other nerdy/geeky things.
  • Biography
    Just another simple geek/nerd.
  • Occupation
    IT Helpdesk


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Mortar Max
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200hz
  • GPU
    Palit Super JetStream GTX 1060 OC
  • Case
    Coolermaster MasterBox NR400
  • Storage
    512GB Intel 660p NVME, 240GB SSD Geil, 2TB Western Digital Black HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    Dell UH series 24-inch monitor / Nvision 24XIPS
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Edition
  • Keyboard
    Tecware Phantom TKL
  • Operating System
    Dual Boot: Windows 10 Pro and KDE Neon
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  1. Yeah already did that multiple times as well draining the power. Yet this happens everytime the PC is shutdown properly. Thanks for the advice though.
  2. I built a PC for a friend back in July 2020. Before I continue, here are specs: Mboard; MSI B450I GAMING PLUS AC CPU: Ryzen 5 - 3500X (with Wraith Prism Cooler) RAM: 16GB 3200mhz Patriot Viper GPU: Asus Aero 1650 Super SSD: Adata 256mb NVME HDD: Seagate Baracuda 7200rpm Case Cougar QBX PSU: Coolermaster 550w Bronze (Modular) He uses this PC mostly for work (excel, websites) and some light gaming (Genshin Impact, Dota 2, Among Us). I built him an ITX system because he had very little space at his apartment. The PC was working fine when just ye
  3. I'm on an AMD Ryzen 3600X with 16GB RAM using a Nvidia GTX 1060 (6GB). I can stream at high quality with no problems. If my system can do that, so can yours especially since you have a better video card on that build.
  4. Try the Cryorig C7 CU? It's a top flow blower with a copper heatsink. I see a lot of ITX builders go for this.
  5. Reset the bios to defaults. It's possible the previous owner might have tinkered with voltages and did some overclocking. It's safer that way.
  6. Here's my take based on what you posted: PCPartPicker Part List PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor £105.98 @ Aria PC Motherboard Asus PRIME B450M-A Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard £69.98
  7. I remember having an IBM XT clone a while back that my dad used to tinker around with. Don't remember the specs but I clearly remembered it having an EGA monitor that had a whopping 16 colors. We ran MSDOS 3.0 at the time.
  8. Some manufacturers put RGB controls in the BIOS. Have you checked if your model has this feature so you can disable it in the BIOS?
  9. From what I recall, this HP is a microtower. I don't think standard PSUs will fit in that thing unless maybe you buy an SFX one.
  10. Why not just build a PC from scratch instead of getting that pre-built?
  11. Yep, I do name my devices. Main Desktop (AMD Ryzen 3600X) - Nero File Server (AMD Ryzen 1600) - Rei Laptop (Intel i5) - Chibi
  12. Then don't use the Gigabyte software? You basically just need the default AMD drivers from the AMD site and that's it. Go for the Asrock Taichi 5700XT if you're willing to spend a bit more. Try the Sapphire Pulse 5700XT as well. It should be neutral enough to fit any build.
  13. It's been fixed but, it depends on where you're buying yours. If they have older stock 5700XT Strixes that came out before the "washer" fix, you still might need to send the card to an authorized ASUS service center to have them installed. If I were you, I'd rather buy something else like Gigabyte or even the Red Devil 5700XTs and avoid Asus altogether.
  14. Check the network cables? I remember having something like this in the past only to find out that my cat5e cable was giving out.