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Hold-Ma-Beer

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About Hold-Ma-Beer

  • Title
    2020 Veteran, Weeb
  • Birthday Jul 29, 2002

Profile Information

  • Location
    Asia, IND
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    PC Hardware, Automobiles
    :3
  • Biography
    Eager to learn and share more!!!
  • Occupation
    College Student persuing Degree in IT

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 2200G
    3.9GHz OC
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B450 Aorus M
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB @ 3000MHz
  • GPU
    Vega 8 Integrated
    1300MHz OC
    Couldn't push further due to poor VRMs ;-;
    Rookie mistake on first build
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Spec- 01
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1 TB 7200RPM
    Crucial BX500 240GB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450W Non-Modular
  • Display(s)
    LG 21.5 inch FHD Freesync
    22MK600M
  • Cooling
    3 Antec Spark RGB (Case fans), Deepcool Gammax GTE V2
  • Keyboard
    RedGear Manta 2.1 combo
  • Mouse
    RedGear Manta 2.1 combo
  • Sound
    Sony Boombox 20W with 2000W Subwoofer [15 year old, still bangs] >:3
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
    Unactivated like a PRO
  • Laptop
    Lenovo Flex 10 ( Intel Celeron N2807 @ 1.58GHz || Boost @2.16GHz, 2GB DDR3 RAM, Intel HD graphics (Baytrail), 120GB Crucial BX500)
    Struggling with Windows 10 SL
  • Phone
    -.-

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  1. I think Asus has some settings in their BIOS which allows to boost higher... I cannot help with that, my knowledge is way limited, but why dont you try to look around the BIOS in the meantime? Others will be here soon
  2. I dont think thats how it works.. If you put mismatched RAM sticks, the DUAL Channel will work partially, like if you install one 2GB and one 4GB stick, the system will automatically set the speed, latency and size according to the 2GB stick. So, getting another 4GB ddr3 stick would work the best. Just try to get the same one as you have.
  3. I guess yeah? But what are your specs tho? A cheap PSU will put your other components into risk. In your case, even if it works now, it might not last even a year (based on various reviews). So, I'll suggest you to get a better PSU if you can. In my opinion, buying a good PSU from the beginning would allow most future upgrades without any worries and they mostly outlast your other components
  4. I dont quite get it.. could you please elaborate ?
  5. That is true, but my point was not to try new components on a bad PC Yea, thats correct. I dont think if a part that shorts out others in someway would look in working condition to anyone.... Yea, faulty PSU is clearly a nogo.. But other components can be switched to see if they are faulty or not correct? That is if you have another working PC around you. This is all assuming you DO NOT KNOW wth is wrong with your computer
  6. Do you have a sleep button? Mostly not, right? I dont know of any case that has one... So set the "When I press the power button" to sleep. Done eh?
  7. I'd get the D5 Also, shouldn't a gift be something she gives you without your knowledge anyways dont mind me
  8. I do not know much about Plex Servers, but Ethernet would be the preferred choice. In my experience, unless you have a good router, 5GHz can be unstable for your use. Again, I DO NOT know much about Plex servers, but just giving a general opinion : P
  9. Are you talking about a Laptop? Also, please share the model.
  10. The PSU Tier list for your reference: Try Ctrl+F and type W1 to find your model on the list. I'd have personally gone with a Corsair CX series minimum
  11. Looks like its common for this model to make such sound. I also found MANY bad reviews of this unit. This is listed below Tier D in the PSU listing: Try returning it... If you can...
  12. I agree on that But there wont be only me, many others who have a good reputation (which you can easily check on their profile).
  13. Wow, really? Looks like I lack too much.. Putting NEW parts in a PC which is NOT WORKING and you DO NOT KNOW WHY seems really logical. -.-
  14. I agree. Though next time before doing anything like this one your own, come here and ask people. I always do this because I trust a well known tech community more than random dude on youtube
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