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About Haro

  • Title
    Elisis made me a logo. :P
  • Birthday June 6

Contact Methods

  • Discord
  • UPlay
    I made one, I forgot about it.
  • Battle.net
    Ask. c:

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  • Gender
  • Interests
    Want to get in Photography.
    CPUs and Motherboards.
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Ryzen 3 3100
  • Motherboard
    B550M TUF Plus
  • RAM
    16GB (2X8) 3200 CL16 Hyper X Fury RGB
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Windforce 1650Super
  • Case
    Antec NX500 (Don't buy this)
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 250GB
  • PSU
    Corsair CX450
  • Cooling
    Stock Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Prebuilt Gk61 with optical Gateron Reds
  • Mouse
    Death Adder Elite
  • Sound
    Logitech G432
    MoonDrop Starfield
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Phone
    Pixel 3a (Purple-ish)

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  1. No it's not. The single 8pin provides more than enough power for any AM4 CPU.
  2. The main difference between the X570 Chipset and the B550 one is that on X570, all the lanes that are wired to both the CPU and to the Chipset are Gen 4, on B550, the lanes that are wired to the CPU are Gen 4, while the lanes that are wired to the Chipset are Gen 3. Unless you know that you need the extra Gen 4 lanes on X570, you wont really be missing out on anything with a B550 board. The Strix A is quite a decent board if you want to go for it. All of this is just wrong.
  3. Haro

    cat thread

    NGL I forgot this existed lol!
  4. It has arrived! 




    It's so cute! 






  5. Yes, the B450M Bazooka V2 will work with the A2000.
  6. Ahhh! I love it!  



    I'll be improving it over time but I love it! It's a lot better than my old setup, and I'm really happy with it! 

    Ah, I really need to replace my mouse pad as well.

    1. lexusgamer05


      We wants Dips! We wants Dips! We wants Dips! 


      but your setup is actually pretty cool 10/10

  7. I uh.. Bought a desk: 



    It wasn't cheap.757314353585324118.png?v=1

    I'm working on a room so it's currently empty and this is definitely not how that area will look in the end, but desk!!  

  8. I was referring to performance difference. My bad if I wasn't clear on that.
  9. You could always just try to manually overclock them again on the new board and seeing how far you can go, the difference between 3000 CL15 and something like 3600 CL16 wont really be huge and isn't worth paying for a whole new kit. Unless you're planning on mixing them with the old kit for extra capacity, if so, do note that all the sticks will run at the slowest frequency out of all of them, so 3000 MT/s in this case.
  10. No, both boards will easily handle the 5800x and the Strix E doesn't really offer something compelling over the Strix F either way. Both can handle the 3600 MT/s, though it's wont be guaranteed that you'll hit get 3600 to run stably, as it's also down to the sticks themselves.
  11. No, no you absolutely do not, running 3600 MT/s stably on a Zen 2 CPU is a perfectly normal thing and is not shocking and/or difficult to do.
  12. Yes, you techincally can. The 3100 shouldn't have a problem with running the sticks at 3600 MT/s. This is simply false, the IMC is rated for 3200 MT/s, but you can run higher speeds, they're just not techincally guaranteed to be stable. Though 3600 isn't really hard to achieve with a Zen 2 CPU.
  13. Donuts.




    That are a bit sweaty.

    1. WaggishOhio383


      Wait what this is not Dips picture. I was expecting Dips picture. Donuts are not as cute as Dips.

    2. Haro
    3. WaggishOhio383


      Ah okay will not interrupt birb watching time then

  14. After a week of folding (Had to start from fresh due to a dumb reason), I finally broke 1Mil points! 



    1. SavageNeo




      Im currently at the same category. Usually when I test the PCs I build, I also fold with them like 8 hours to test stability