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About Hackerman25

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Msi Gaming Plus Max
  • RAM
    G Skill 16gb 3200mhz cl16
  • GPU
    Rx 5700 XT
  • Case
    Corsair 275r Airflow
  • Storage
    Crucial mx500 1tb
  • PSU
  • Display(s)
    Xl2540k (primary), XL2411P (secondary)
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy fps pro
  • Mouse
    Pwnage Ultra Custom

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  1. I will definitely do that, thanks for the recommendation
  2. I know, it is just at idle right now, but when looking at it in game, should I look at average or the current temps?
  3. I have hwinfo installed and I was monitoring temps for my cpu. should I look at the average temps, or the current temps to determine my fan curve? Sometimes my current temps when watching twitch is around 50-52c, but the average is still high 30s low 40s. Should I be worried at all? I am running a ryzen 3600 with the stock cooler btw.
  4. try and look at the used market for 3200mhz cl16. ryzen benefits from fast ram, so it will make a big difference from 2400mhz and 3200mhz.
  5. Just like any overclocking, start small and slowly work your way up to where you are comfortable at. I don't know exactly how much you can overclock it as that depends on the cpu most of the time.
  6. try and check temps with hwmonitor, but also upgrade your ram. You should get atleast 3200mhz, but aim for 3600mhz. Ryzen likes fast ram.
  7. Looks good hope you enjoy it. For hdd you can get a seagate barracuda 2tb for around 50 usd, which should more than enough space for everything. Just remember to give yourself plenty of time to build becuase you don't want to rush anything. But don't worry, it is surprisingly easy if you do some basic research
  8. I believe you can go into the bios to see if the pump in the aio is working, so you should check that first, than if it is working reseat the cooler and replace thermal paste
  9. what cpu are you using? and what performance are you getting right now
  10. I would try to rma it if possible, but if you could upload a video that would be best, and a list of specs to would help
  11. that should be fine (I'm actually running it right now), but try and find a b450 tomohawk if you can as that has better vrms.
  12. I would say for your use case the 3600 would be better fitting due to you using it for productivity tasks. the 10400f will have slightly better frames in game, but the 3600 is way better for productivity like you are looking for.
  13. I am looking at 1080p 240hz monitor for competition, and I was wondering which of the two monitors is better. This would be focused on getting the best competitive edge possible. Amazon.com: BenQ Zowie XL2540K 24.5 inch 240Hz Gaming Monitor | Smaller Base | Flexible Height & tilt Adjustment | XL Setting to Share | Customizable Quick Menu | S-Switch | Shield: Electronics Amazon.com: ASUS TUF Gaming VG259QM 24.5” Monitor, 1080P Full HD (1920 x 1080), Fast IPS, 280Hz, G-SYNC Compatible, Extreme Low Motion Blur Sync,1ms, DisplayHDR 400, Eye Care, DisplayPort HDMI: Computers & Accessori
  14. you should be able to set a custom fan curve on msi afterburner so you can choose how fast the fans go