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About ShrimpBrime

  • Title
    Old Schooler - De-lidder's club. - ŞɧʁɨmǷβʁɨmЄ™

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  • Location
    A-1-A BeachFront Avenue
  • Gender
  • Interests
    PCs, nitro rc, Cars trucks machines.
  • Biography
    Im Gen X Capricorn.
    Gots a family, wife kids dog cat ect.
  • Occupation
    Diesel Technician Welder Fabricator.


  • CPU
    Lid-Less PGA 2700X
  • Motherboard
    Asus B450-I Gaming
  • RAM
    16GB G.Skill 3600mhz 14-14-14
  • GPU
    RTX 2060
  • Case
    Silverstone TJ07
  • Storage
    plenty of storage.
  • PSU
    Antec CP series 850w
  • Display(s)
    40" 1080p
  • Cooling
    Stock air
  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Razar tournament edition
  • Sound
    Surround sound
  • Operating System
    W7 and W10 across 4 operational household rigs
  • Laptop
    None. Desktop PC only. My phone works just as good as laptop but fits in the pocket!

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  1. I'm an over-kill guy. 850w when NV recommends 750w. (Always assume pump rads case fans and lighting.) My fans are rated 1.6A each. Delta is no joke. lol.
  2. My PSU's are beyond the warranty of 7 years. The daily rig is 850w Antec CP series and the Bench 1Kw is also CP series. Dang things 10 years old.... So time is coming. I'm just riding the wave out XD. Was looking at the Seasonic Focus line up. Since I do deal with extreme overclocking, having big juice matters. So 1Kw is going to be minimum. Have an EVGA 750w bronze that's 3 years old. Powers a 2700X and 2060. Doing fine, on daily all day every day...... kids + htpc = lots of run hours.
  3. Oh right. Looks good. Still a nice unit though right?
  4. That's a really nice unit. I consider this one for myself when my current 1Kw decides to die on me.. But I agree with Gundar, the wattage is way overkill.
  5. A few sites to look at: https://www.frozencpu.com/cat/l1/g30/Liquid_Cooling.html?id=eb8ohoY4 https://www.ekwb.com/shop/kits https://www.primochill.com/ https://www.xs-pc.com/ There's a lot of sites beyond this short list. Look at what you like and research the products from there. These do have water loop kits and AIO as well.
  6. It's a mid ranged board, should handle the memory frequency you're after. Yes indeed. I was referring to that 4600mhz speeds you inquired about. Probably an Asus Crosshair or Apex, something along those lines.
  7. Right. The 16-18-18 B-Die is not really that great of a bin. Cheap yes. A pain to work with on Ryzen IMC yes. A pain on Intel IMC, no not really. It's not all on the memory choice. The memory controller and the Motherboard really plays a big role with overclocking and tweaking. The kit of memory is 1/3 the story actually.
  8. This comment probably could make the thread solver. Said it right in the first sentence "find a good 3200mhz CL14 kit"
  9. Any half way decent B-Die kit will OC to 4000mhz from 3600mhz. (just usually seen on Intel)
  10. These guys are great. They really make up this forum and put good truthful information at the laps of many people. Opinions, well sometimes mixed, but all in the right direction I think. Always a pleasure to help
  11. And further more, you can use this link to find B-Die part numbers. This may expand your choices a bit better. Tighter the timings the better the quality. https://benzhaomin.github.io/bdiefinder/
  12. B-Die Rev. E DJR CJR is the general rule of thumb (in my book) for OC capability on a general basis. Look for 3200mhz B-die kits. They will OC to 3600mhz in most cases 2x8gb configuration.
  13. You'd be buying a top end board for that frequency. 500$ ++ US. 3600mhz is fine. Gotta think of that jump from default. It's not about going from 3200mhz to 3600mhz... It's going from 2133mhz to 3200mhz or 2133mhz to 3600mhz. That is your real world measurement. So 3200mhz to 3600mhz isn't a real big leap.