Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


This user doesn't have any awards

1 Follower

About Ed96win

  • Title
  • Birthday Jul 31, 1994

Contact Methods

  • Steam
  • Origin
  • Reddit
  • Twitter
  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Location
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Gaming, Hardware, Overclocking
  • Occupation
    Web Hosting Manager


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2400g
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B450M-A
  • RAM
    2x8 Crucial 2400Mhz (OC To 3266)
  • GPU
    Vega 11
  • Case
    MasterTech T200-GX
  • PSU
    CoolerMaster MWE 450
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith Spire
  • Operating System
    Win 10

Recent Profile Visitors

278 profile views
  1. Take a look at this: https://www.pantz.org/software/tcpip/subnetchart.html
  2. Apex legends is great. if you're into Fortnite and battle royale based games; you'll love it.
  3. It's a cheap chinese (P-NET) adapter without any sort of branding on it.. my question is that if it delievers both video and audio without that Micro USB being connected to anywhere, what's the point of having it there?
  4. Hey there. this more of a question instead of a problem. I have a HDMI to USB Adapter so I can connect my RX580 to my monitor which has no other ports. the Adapter has an audio jack and a micro usb port. I can use both video and the audio without connecting the micro usb. my question is: what is that micro usb port for?
  5. Room temp is about 24~26. No, but I'll give that a try.
  6. What form factor? If you case supports ATX I'd recommend ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F Gaming
  7. Hi. I got my new gaming rig and . Here's my build: R5 2600 (O.C to 4GHz @ 1.312v) RX 580 8GB (at stock) ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F Gaming I have two exhust fans and NO intake fans. CPU temp is 31-32 on idle and does not reach 50 while gaming, but if I run cinebench r20 it will max out on 92-93 which is very high. I'm using the stock cooler that comes with r5 2600 does adding a pair of intake fans solve the problem or I should get an aftermarket cooler? in that case, I'd love to get Wraith Max RGB* but will it be enough/better than something
  8. Can you guys recommend a *budget* PSU for me? assuming i have R5 2600 (overclocked) and RX 580 8gb
  9. Hey. thank you all for your advices. I know that pairing a dGPU with an APU makes the PCI Express lane to work in half bandwidth (x8). won't this decrease the performance of my RX580?
  10. Hey. first time builder here. (Also, still learning English, sorry for mistakes) I've been using R5 2400G for the past two months and while it was capable of *running* games, it wasn't enough to give me smooth experience in some titles like Apex Legends. Do you guys have any comments on these parts I've selected? Also. I want to overclock the 2600 to 4.0GHz, can it be done on stock cooler or I should get something like 212 Turbo? (can't afford good AIO tbh) I can't go with Noctua (I want RGB). R5 2600 ASUS ROG STRIX B450-F Gaming (I'm kind of a fanboy for
  11. Hey. I'm not recommending a whole build but If your goal is lite gaming a Ryzen 2400G paired with fast (3000+) dual channel memory will be enough for you. (without a dGPU). I'm using it. if you're low on budget it might help you as well.
  12. 1 x RGB LED Header (Supports in total up to 12V/3A, 36W LED Strip) 1 x AMD Fan LED Header (The AMD Fan LED Header supports LED strips of maximum load of 3A (36W) and length up to 2.5M) https://www.asrock.com/MB/AMD/X370 Pro4/index.asp#Specification
  13. Ok. I got it replaced with a 550W of the same mwe series and the issue seems to be (or rather sounds to be ?) resolved. I noticed a slight change in Bios voltage readings. this is now: with the previous PSU 12V was something like 11.952, 5V was like: 4.955 is it the new unit that's overpowering the rails or the previous PSU was really faulty?
  14. r5 2400G has a "black hole" between 1350-1500, it won't work on those clocks. it's either 1350 or 1500.
  15. Second 2400g related thread, but hopefully the last. My Ryzen 2400G iGPU wants 1.219v on SOC Voltage to be stable at 1500MHz and it idles at 1.187 (hwinfo readings) almost everyone says that SOC is safe up to 1.2. should I allow SOC to feed that much voltage or its better to settle on 1350MHz on soc below 1.2? Temps during load would not go above 60. CPU is clocked at 3.7 @ 1.381