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MarvintheParrot

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About MarvintheParrot

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  • Location
    Sitting in the bottom of an NZXT H510
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG STRIX-B550-A
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix 16GB 3600
  • GPU
    RTX 3060 Ti FE
  • Case
    Lian Li o11 mini-W
  • Storage
    256GB M.2 SSD / 2TB Hard Drive
  • PSU
    Seasonic SGX650
  • Display(s)
    ASUS tuf 1080p, 144hz, ips
  • Cooling
    ASUS ROG STRIX LC240 White
  • Keyboard
    Used Drop CTRL
  • Mouse
    Razer basilisk Mercury
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro
  • Laptop
    Apple MacBook Air 2019 (i3, 8GB RAM, Intel u630. used only for small work loads and on the go)
  • Phone
    iPhone 12 Mini

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  1. Quote

    Location: Sitting in the bottom of an NZXT H510

    I hope you can breath lol

    1. MarvintheParrot

      MarvintheParrot

      Just now, King of Memes said:

      I hope you can breath lol

      Ok. Didnt really wanna get into this rn, but here we go ūüôā¬†

       

       

      I've done a lot of research with it. Comparing it to cases such as O11 MINI, a few corsair cases and other NZXT cases. There was an average of around 5C difference between the O11 and the H510 and around 5-10C for some of the Corsair ones. The only outlier was the H510 vs my old case, the Corsair 220T Airflow, which had around 10-20C difference, seeing as how the 220T barely has a front panel. The H510 is a great case. It just might require a few more cleanings once in a while. Parts I used for the testing was:

       

      R5 3600/R5 2600/i7 9700k

      GTX1650Super/RTX3060Ti/rx580

       

      My friend currently uses a H510 and gets CPU temps around 25C for CPU and 30C GPU idle and 45 CPU and 40 GPU under load. Granted, he has an amazing CPU cooler (Arctic 34 esports) and a pretty cool GPU (gigabyte rx580 rev 2)

       

      I'm not gonna try to change your opinions about the case, but dont just jump to conclusions without consulting every angle. The only thing that I would say is bad about the case, it that its just kinda hard to clean off the dust from the dust filter.

       

      Sorry if this was harsh, but I hate seeing people¬†hate on the case without the correct¬†information ūüôā¬†If you have any information you'd¬†like to share, let me know!

  2. O11 MINI is a GREAT case. I got in a few months ago and it blew my mind how awesome it was. Only downside it you need a SFX PSU.
  3. have you tried updating your drivers? That would be my 1st guess. Don't just go assuming that your hard-to-find part died, it will just make you sad
  4. Minecraft, fortnight, AC Black Flag, Forza Horizon 4, Star Wars Battlefront II, and a few more that I cant think of.
  5. R5 2600, which is pretty comparable to the 9400f.
  6. Id say yes, A friend a rx580 and it runs fine on 1080p 120hz
  7. Yes, the RTX 2060 is a great GPU, but compared to cards like the 3060 and 3080, its not super great, but you will definitely get 60fps on 1080p. Plus, the XPS line from Dell are just amazing. Definitely get something like this: https://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/dell-laptops-and-notebooks/new-xps-17-laptop/spd/xps-17-9700-laptop/ctox17w10p1c2300?configurationid=da4efc2c-09bf-4fe1-994f-4c010a4948cc and then buy some 1080p/1440p 144hz monitor to go along with it!
  8. Both are great, I have personally had a better experience with ASUS products over Gigabyte, but the main differences would be the operation of the BIOS and the more extensive IO on the ASUS board. Its pretty much up to you weather you prefer the looks of the ASUS board or Gigabyte one.
  9. true, I would just hate to see them get the 2600/2600x and could have just saved money by getting the 1600 AF, and overclocked it for even similar results.
  10. dont get the 2600x, its just a 1600 AF overclocked. Get the 1600 AF, 2600, or 3600. the 1600AF and the 2600 are pretty much the same chip. Adding the X or XT just mean factory "overclocked" chips.
  11. 1: Ryzen 5 3600 2: No such thing as a RTX 3050(only rumors), B450, B550, or X570 are great choices for a R5 3600 3: I enjoy Corsair for RAM, mostly because of lighting and iCUE. You will defiantly need 16GB RAM to play most games and run tasks such as chrome or discord while playing. You should get at least 3200Mhz RAM for Ryzen 3rd gen.
  12. You can save some by going with 3200Mhz RAM, You only need the 3600Mhz if you use Ryzen, but if you feel like you can spend the extra money, it wont hurt. Go with a different mobo, otherwise there is no point in getting an overclockable CPU.
  13. Hi! On Wednesday, I realized that anytime I clicked "Shut down" or clicked the power button on the actual PC, the PC would only go to sleep, so when I moved the mouse or typed the display turned back on. Then, I though that a Windows update might fix it, but when I tried to update, I got the error message "we couldn't complete the updates, undoing changes‚ÄĚ which then puts my computer into an update loop, and it eventually boots into windows without the updates. I made sure that I have enough storage to update Windows, and I have ~60GB left on by boot drive. Does anyone
  14. Its definitely possible. Upgrade CPU cooler and GPU, and BOOM you have a good looking budget PC. You will have to try pretty hard to find a GPU, as the market is just terrible right now. PCPartPicker Part List: https://se.pcpartpicker.com/list/LhjGgt CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler (kr354.10 @ Amazon Sweden) Video Card: Asus GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6 GB DUAL MINI OC Video Card (kr3890.00 @ Proshop) Total: kr4244.10 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2021-04-16 13:56 CEST+0
  15. Damn, that is pretty price, but in my opinion, not work the extra few hundred dollars. Look at what @Applefreak said, that will work.
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