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About LongLostLee

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    Computers, chicks, and cars. Not necessarily in that order.
  • Occupation
    Software Engineer


  • CPU
    Intel I7
  • Case
    iMac Desktop Case
  • Display(s)
    27inch iMac
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  1. I just ordered all of my parts for my computer and bought a MSI - 2080 OC Ventus. On pcpartpicker the power supply I had selected was a Corsair TX-M series CP-9020133-NA 550W v2.4 and the site said I would not have any issues, but at the time I was not aware the Ventus required a 650 at a minimum until I got the box. My question is would I be ok with the 550 or should I return it and purchase the 650? My CPU is a Ryzen 7 2700x 3.7GHz 8-core.
  2. Technically yes but it was mostly just poor phone design. I had a Motorola razr that got ran over by a tracker, went through the washer and dryer, dropped, thrown and God knows what else and was perfectly fine. The thing that killed it was the software itself lol.
  3. Nope, I'd be afraid on something tipping over and hitting a fan or pulling a wire or something.
  4. Yeah I suppose that's true, I've got my eye on a 2700 now and wanted to see if it would be worth waiting longer. Thank you for the reply.
  5. I was just curious if anyone had any inside info or such given trends on past years when new CPUs come out but thank you!
  6. It sort of depends, some cases look really good without RGB. I prefer it with RGB but only if it has a set them and not rainbow madness.
  7. Now that the Ryzen 3000 series is announced, should we expect any further discounts soon for the 2700 series? And if so does anyone know of any sales that are happening?
  8. For us it's pretty much what happens to be the best laptop currently in sale or that happens to fall into our laps. I ended up with a HP Pavilion.
  9. My *new to me* '17 GTI sport fresh out of college. Pay no attention to the GTR looming in the background...