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  1. Hey guys, I have the following 8gb ram stick installed in my pc, yall can see the specs in the cpuz screenshot I have uploaded. I'm planning on getting another stick of 8gb ram so that It runs in dual channel mode properly. Should I get the XPG ADATA GAMMIX D30 DDR4 8GB (1x8GB) 3000MHz U-DIMM Desktop Memory -AX4U300038G16A-SR30 which runs at cl 16-20-20 or should I get the G.Skill F4-3000C16S-8GVRB Ripjaws V DDR4-3000MHz CL16-18-18-38 1.35V 8GB (1x8GB) Memory Thanks in advance
  2. Hey guys, im on a really strict budget of 13000 INR im planning on building this pc just for normal use such as watching movies/live streams, web browsing, using adb/fastboot commands etc.. Athlon 200ge MSI a320m A pro max 4gb ddr4 2400mhz crucial Haven’t decided a case or psu. this adds upto 10000 INR im looking at this psu currently called artis 400r plus Artis VIP400R+ 400W SMPS/Power Supply Unit https://www.amazon.in/dp/B01J7NDQ7O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_TZ9XEb7EHXCJA im wondering if this power supply will be safe enough for this buil
  3. I do not want to spend a lot on the motherboard, the max I would pay is 10.5k INR (139 USD) for the tomahawk. I just want a Mobo with good VRMs for future upgrades to a ryzen 7 3rd gen without changing the Mobo. The asus b450f motherboard which you mentioned is for 11.5k INR (155 USD) while the Asrock steel legend is for 8.6k INR (115 USD). Talking about the processor I'm kinda considering the R7 2700 as well now because both of you have recommended it to me. The price difference between the ryzen 5 3600 and ryzen 7 2700 is 17 USD. I don't know if I should choose it over the 3600 or no f
  4. Oh nice, thanks for clarifying. I just want it to be future proof so that I won't have to upgrade my mobo in the future. Also the Asrock board is 33 USD cheaper than the tomahawk max so that helps. Is there any major difference between the micro ATX and ATX version of the steel legends board? And for the rest of my build everything seems fine right?
  5. Thanks for your review. I honestly do not care about the RGB but having it would be great. For me the ryzen 7 2700 is a little more expensive then the ryzen 5 3600. As for the ryzen 3rd gen support out of the box, the msi tomahawk max has it as well. Which cpu are you using and will the Asrock board be good enough for a ryzen 7 3rd gen upgrade ahead in the future?
  6. Hey guys, im planning to build a pc for gaming. I want a strong enough pc but I'm on a budget, I would like my pc to be future proof so that I can upgrade to a ryzen 7 3rd gen in the future. My current specs list is Ryzen 5 3600 Inno3d GTX 1650 super 16 gb ddr4 3200mhz (8×2) Corsair Vs450 Wd green 240gb m.2 ssd Ant eSports pc case For the motherboard I'm confused as to which b450 board I should get. Im currently confused between the Msi b450 tomahawk max, msi b450m pro vdh max, gigabyte b450m ds3h, Asrock b450 steel legend or the gigabyte
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