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Zongohihello

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About Zongohihello

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    Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    Sweden
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4460
  • Motherboard
    ASUS H81M-D R2.0
  • RAM
    1x8GB Kingston DDR3 @ 1600MHz CL11
    1x4GB Kingston DDR3 @ 1333MHz CL9
    Memory runs in flex mode at 1333MHz CL9
  • GPU
    ASUS GTX 770 4G DirectCU II
  • Case
    Some random Golden Field one
  • Storage
    1x 512GB Kingdian S280 (SATA SSD)
    1x 1TB Seagate Barracuda 7200RPM (3.5" SATA HDD)
    1x 512GB WD Blue 7200RPM (3.5" SATA HDD)
  • PSU
    Corsair CV550
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27" 2560x1440 75Hz IPS Monitor
    Some Dell monitor that is either 4:3 or 5:4
  • Cooling
    Deepcool MATREXX 400S - fan used as case fan, cooler is fanless
    Also added a Arctic F12 PWM
  • Keyboard
    Douyu DKM150 (main)
    Corsair K55 RGB
  • Mouse
    It's just called gaming mouse but it's wireless doe and ergonomic
  • Sound
    Stereo speaker setup just two tiny speakers
    Pioneer DJ HDJ-X7 Headphones
    Apple AirPods 2
  • Operating System
    Windows
    macOS Big Sur (thanks Opencore community)
    Ubuntu
    Raspberry Pi OS
  • Laptop
    Lenovo YOGA 530-14ARR, with R3 2200U, 8GB dual-channel RAM and 256GB PCIe SSD
  • Phone
    iPhone 8
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  1. Getting a generic one is totally fine, will work, but it might not support everything. Since USB 3.2 Gen2 can only carry 10Gb/s, you can theoretically only have 2 monitors running at HDMI 1.2, which needs around 4.5Gb/s per port, which supports a maximum of 1080p 60Hz.
  2. You can reuse some parts such as the case, but the motherboard, CPU, RAM and GPU all need to be swapped out. I would also advice adding a SSD and maybe upgrading the power supply.
  3. Did you use a dongle, or are the monitors connected directly to the computer? What specs does the computer have?
  4. As a chinese human being, I see this perfectly normal. Basically the same as the new Xiaomi logo, which cost 2 million to make, just to round the corners of the logo. (first part was a joke, second part wasn't)
  5. oh oops didnt check for monoblocks sorry Fron what I see, you should be alright. Good luck!
  6. You didn't list the CPU block or a cooler for the CPU. Did you forget it? Use the EK Configurator.
  7. https://nl.pcpartpicker.com/ Intel and AMD are both fine in the 6-core range. The Ryzen 5 5600X will be the best, with the i5-11600K behind. The Ryzen 5 5600G (coming in August) will probably sit between the 11600K and non-K variant. From looking at the other parts of the system, I would suggest going Intel, since Intel currently has CPUs with iGPUs and it will be a better balance with the Intel CPU than the AMD one. I would maybe suggest going with a i5-11500 or in that range, depending on the price. The cooler can easily be swapped to a NH-U12S Redux for a
  8. ...and? 25mm is the space inbetween the motherboard area and the fan mount. If you don't have tall VRM heatsinks, you might be fine. You might also need to mount the AIO closer to the side panel.
  9. The reason is that there is just 25mm of clearance on the top, which is roughly enough for the avreage fan (not LTT fan, just chassis fan). Slim fans are often 15mm and you aren't going to find an easy-to-use 10mm radiator, if you even can find one. You could fit a radiator, without fans attatched on it.
  10. I mean to be honest just get a used PC with some 8th Gen Core or Ryzen 2000 CPU.
  11. lmao literal ants You can remove the keys, just drag them up. The keyboard won't be damaged unless you get an axe.
  12. i3-10100? Only the HDD? Please give more details. First option would to buy used. All people here are helping people, not because they get paid, but because they want to. Don't expect to get a reply in 30 seconds.
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