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Cristian Pavel

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  1. Hi guys! I have bought a new pc powered by the ryzen 5 5600x. Since the stock cooler can not maintain a safe temperature... I have ordered a new one, arctic freezer 34 esports duo. Here is my question : Does it matter which type of alcohol I am gonna use to clear the thermal paste ? A lot of people recommend using isopropyl alcohol but I am not sure I can get this one.
  2. Thanks all for replies. I am gonna keep the cooler for now, it seems fine running 70-73 degrees while gaming. I am coming from an intel i5 7400 which averages 50 degrees so I was a bit worried :). Have a nice day
  3. Hi guys! My new pc has just arrived, powered by the Ryzen 5 5600x (stock cooler) and I am a bit concerned about the temperatures.. Playing CSGO with FPS capped at 300 I've managed to maintain 65-67, which is fine. Removing the cap.. core temp shows a maximum of 79 degrees. I think that's not the average since the temperature after a quick alt+tab appears as 72-73 which seems to be fine as well. Is it a must to buy an after market cooler ? I do just gaming, no editing. Also, the ryzen master app shows a different score, like 5 degrees less than core temp. Which one is more accurate ? Since AMD
  4. Wow, this build is so cheap. Unfortunately i do not have amazon or newegg in my country and i have to pay 1250 $ for the whole build... Thanks for all your help btw. Have a nice day !
  5. I am just gaming, 144 fps or more would be nice since i have a 144hz monitor. My monitor also supports freesync, so an amd card would be perfect.
  6. Yes, if you can make a list on pcpartpicker. I would be grateful.
  7. I am planning to upgrade the PSU if i will change the whole build. I think this model is a good deal : Super Flower Leadex III Gold, 80+ Gold, 650W. About the budget, i do not know exactly... once i decide on which component to replace, i am going to sell the old one because the computer is still great for 1080p gaming 60hz and i can not just throw it away. So let's say 1000$. I think waiting until summer may bring me better deals if ryzen 4000 cpus and RNDA2 cards are released.
  8. Hello. This is my configuration : • HDD - WD Blue 1TB SATA-III 7200 RPM 64MB • Power Supply - Sirtec - High Power Element BRONZE II 600W • Case - Deepcool Tesseract BF black • GPU - GIGABYTE Radeon RX 480 Windforce 8GB DDR5 256-bit • CPU Intel Kaby Lake, Core i5 7400 3GHz box • Mobo GIGABYTE GA-B250M-DS3H • Memory HyperX Fury Black 16GB DDR4 2400MHz CL15 Dual Channel Kit • SSD WD NEW Green 240GB SATA-III 2.5 inch I want to give this pc a little upgrade because it can not handle 144 hz at all. I thought a ryzen 5 3600 or 3600x (maybe this is future proof) with 3600 mhz memory is a gr
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