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brightgamer

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About brightgamer

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  • Location
    Virginia

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 2600x
  • Motherboard
    Aorous x570 ELite Wifi
  • RAM
    G.Skill 32GB 3600
  • GPU
    GeForce RTX 2070 Overclocked
  • Case
    Thermaltake View 71
  • Storage
    500GB NVMe
    1TB NVMe
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular
  • Display(s)
    Alienware AW3420DW
    LG 27UL600 4K HDR
  • Cooling
    EKWB EK Fluid Gaming A240
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  1. That way even if I spend a lot at once it's less noticeable if I spend a lot twice, ah I get you, trick myself lol
  2. So, what you saying is upgrade my monitor to a 4K 120Hz and get the better CPU, fine you convince me to spend more money lol joking........................maybe
  3. I see what you saying but at the time the I was able to get in queue for the 3090 and was trying to get a new GPU. I had money set aside for either a 3080 or 3090 so PERSONALLY it didn't affect me any when it came to finances.
  4. Yea I do, work from home but it's usually things like having a bunch of browsers and tabs open along with spreadsheets and word documents while playing something at the same time
  5. Cyberpunk, The Medium, Valheim, Ark, Mass Effect Legendary Edition, Outriders, Halo Infinite(single player only not a FPS PvP guy lol)......well lets save time and say most Xbox exclusives coming out this year I will play on PC as Im not in a hurry to get a Series X or I probably won't to be honest so I wanted to make sure I'm future proof for 5,6,8 years from now to do 4K gaming at the highest setting on future titles.
  6. As mentioned I have an EVGA 3090 FTW3 Hybrid and now since the AMD CPUs are not as scarce as they once were, I'm trying to decide which CPU will pair well for me. The main use will be for 4K gaming, I'm not a streamer or content creator. I'm eyeing the 5800x but I'm still wondering if that will pair well or not, suggestions much appreciated. Oh if it matters I have an X570 motherboard with trident 32GB 3600MHz RAM.
  7. Yea, its holding up good. I even went ahead and started overclocking the 2600x. I got it to 4.2GHz at the moment, will probably keep tweaking it higher to see where it max out
  8. Yea, it not too bad for example with Cyberpunk im running max setting with Ray tracing on high and DLSS on quality at 38-45 FPS. I mean I could lower some setting to get 60fps but it just look soooo good lol
  9. Oh, I have a Thermaltake View 71...so I'm not too concerned with space. I just need to figure out how I will arrange it as I do already have another 240 radiator for the CPU in it. I can put it at the top with the other radiator since there space to hold 480 radiator in it or I can put it on the back right in between the motherboard and the front fans
  10. Yeah, I'll eventually upgrade my CPU but it just won't be anytime soon that's all. Plus it will be better to wait anyways when Ryzen 5000 actually become widely available to get
  11. It wasn't that much of a impulse as I had set aside some stuff planning to get a new GPU, CPU, PS5 and 4K monitor all within the same month. It's just that over half of those items is unavailable and it's Christmas time.......I don't know what that last part have to do with anything just threw it in there. But I appreciate your reply
  12. So long story short, I was able to get in the queue for the EVGA 3090 FTW3 Ultra Hybrid.....and before my 8 hours was up to respond I decided to buy since it so hard to get any 30 series GPU at the moment(I was shooting for a 3080 but can't complain I guess lol). I had no plan on getting a 3090 let alone the FTW3 hybrid version. But I'm lucky enough to have extra cash put away. So now I'm curious and I wanted to get some take on how much of a bottleneck this pairing might be at 1440p and 4k gaming(mostly 4K) may be. Don't have the card in hand at the moment, definitely don't see myself upgradi
  13. (oh before we start yes I'm aware of the non-existent supplies of the 5600x but I can wait if it seems like the 5600x is better for me) I'm looking to get a CPU but trying to decide which would be better for my usage. I have the budget already set aside for either one. But I use my PC for mainly gaming, I have a 1440p ultrawide monitor...but when it comes to AAA single player, story focused games I play them on my Samsung 50inch 4K HDR TV(ex. Death Stranding, Watchdogs, Assassin Creed, and Cyberpunk). I don't play any eSport titles or competitive FPS(Fortnite, Call of Duty, CS) an
  14. I was updating my Asus ROG X470-F motherboard bios using a usb but it is now stuck and I'm not sure if it's ok to unplug the power supply and plug back in. Note, I tried to hold the power button down to reset and it does nothing at all. Please assist thanks
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