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ImAyaanKhan

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About ImAyaanKhan

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    Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    The Milky Way
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computer Science
  • Biography
    15 years old, I'm just another random techie, you can be on your way
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B450M
  • RAM
    OLOy 2x16gb DDR4-3200
  • GPU
    Radeon Pro WX2100
  • Case
    Cooler Master MasterBox MB311L
  • Storage
    240gb TCSunbow SSD, 120gb Inland SSD
  • PSU
    Corsair CXM 550 W 80+ Bronze Semi-modular
  • Display(s)
    Acer R1 1080p 75hz FreeSync, don't care to remember the full model name
  • Cooling
    Stock cooler, pre installed case fans
  • Keyboard
    Corsair k63 Wireless
  • Mouse
    Alienware AW958 Elite
  • Operating System
    Arch Linux + i3-gaps

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  1. Hmm yeah, I looked at gigabyte's website and it says that for the v2 edition of the b450m ds3h (which is what I have) ryzen 3000 has been supported since launch. I also did buy it new from amazon
  2. Just went to gigabyte's website and saw this for my board...
  3. It's a low end motherboard so it doesn't have any indicators or speakers, but I'll try and get the bios flashback kit
  4. I don't, however I can contact him, and he offers 30 day returns
  5. Already tried that, as I stated in my first post
  6. As I said in my first post, I don't have access to another machine at the moment, and that includes the one in my signature, unfortunately
  7. It's a b450 motherboard and I've seen reviews from others who say it worked first try, however if it really might be the issue I'll give it a shot
  8. I have a Ryzen 5 3600 and a Gigabyte B450m DS3H V2 motherboard. GPU is a Radeon Pro WX2100 from ebay that the seller claims he's tested. RAM is a 2x16gb kit clocked at 3200MHz. I assembled the PC the day before yesterday, and it wouldn't post at all. Tried taking out the ram modules and testing them individually (same board, I don't have access to another pc atm, just this laptop), and tried changing the GPU slot. When that didn't work I just left it alone until this morning, and upon pulling the CPU out I noticed some thermal paste on the socket and pins, but it wasn't much and I cleaned it o
  9. Not sure about this, but it's generally a bad idea to purchase parts from aliexpress, regardless of how appealing the price is. It's extremely common to get the wrong parts and wait months to recieve them in the first place. Customer service from the seller is often trash as well
  10. Get a 2x16gb kit, as getting 4 sticks will see you without dual rank
  11. Userbenchmark is not inidicative of real world performance, always take what you see there with a grain of salt. I'd recommend watching youtube videos showing their real world performance instead
  12. Stupid question, just wanted to double check as I'm looking at getting a video card that won't have all of the video outputs I need. Motherboard is a Gigbyte B450M DS3H v2, cpu is an r5 3600, gpu is a Radeon Pro WX2100
  13. Did you not read a word I said? It takes 5 minutes at most, and considering this is a whole new OS they will be spending a lot of time setting stuff up. Stop expecting this to be a seamless process; one can't jump OSes in a day and be comfortable. It will take them time to adjust regardless, and the terminal is just part of it
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