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JayBe

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About JayBe

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    Member

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    Protoje#1738

Profile Information

  • Location
    Germany
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600x
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte X570 Gaming X
  • RAM
    Patriot Viper Steel 3200 MHz 32GB (PVS432G320C6K)
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders Edition
  • Case
    Thermaltake Commander C36 TG ARGB
  • Storage
    Samsung M.2 Pro
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB 1050W Platinum
  • Display(s)
    Primary: MSI 27 L Optix MAG271C 144Hz

    Secondary: Dell U2412M
  • Cooling
    Deepcool Captain 240 Pro

    Tons of EZDYI-FAB Fans
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Vulcan 122 Aimo
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba Hyperflux + Razer Firefly Hyperflux
  • Sound
    Logitech G933 Artemis
  • Operating System
    Win10

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  1. look at the specs of your CPU. It only supports up to 2933MHz, so buying a 3600 MHz would be dumb, cause you wont get it higher than 2933 and cant use XMP (as XMP usually tries to get you the 3600 then). Rather go on a lower speed with good timings instead. Except if you aim to upgrade to a 5000 CPU in the nearest future, then 3600 should be a sweet spot.
  2. 550-650, depending on the stock since pretty much every PSU was sold out the last time i checked But, only if you wanna keep it that low spec. If you plan on upgrading to, f.e. a rtx3080 in the nearest future, you should already go higher (at least 850) in order to not having to buy a new one as soon as you get a new GPU.
  3. Well, its more of a mixed usage, since i am also in HomeOffice most of the time.
  4. Will the 1000r curved make any difference in whether or not i have to move my head with a 32"?
  5. I am currently about 70cm away from my screen. Still not sure whether or not 32" would be too big for that. So, considering the 70cm i have, you'd recommend to go for 27" cause 32" is too big then? Why is that? Thanks for all your answers already!
  6. Hey guys, quick and simple question: Since 1080p is kinda maxed out at 27" (like, you shouldnt go higher or it starts to suck) i was just wondering which max Inch recommendation exists for 1440p? Is 32" on a 1440p still Good or should i rather get a 27"? Asking cause im not sure whether i go for the Samsung Odyssey G7 27" or the 32" version. Thanks in advance!
  7. Hey guys, in my last thread a few weeks ago, I needed help with choosing a new Monitor. It came down to the LG 27GN950. But i now discovered the Asus ROG XG27UQ and wanted to ask, which one of those 2 is objectively the better one? Both are 4k 144Hz Displays with DSC and 1ms. Both are, at least right now, around 850€ (and unavailable lol). I couldnt find any difference between these two for now and therefore was wondering if i could just buy the one thats gets in stock first. My goal is a good 4k 144Hz Display for mostly Singleplayer games (like CP2077, HZD, et
  8. As said in my post, neither the manual nor the general beep code FAQ covered this behaviour.
  9. sounds good, thanks! Out of those 5 beeps, the last one is a little longer and lower pitched tho :'D But, i still wonder, before i installed the new GPU it never did a different beep than the single "everythings alright" beep. Why would that change with the installation of a new gpu? And why would it change into something that weird? :'D
  10. well, the bare minimum is cpu/ram/mb/psu, aint it? And that works perfectly fine. As soon as i plug in the GPU those beep sounds come back (but still works perfectly fine :'D)
  11. But... if my motherboard cant detect my GPU, shouldnt that affect my PC at least somehow? :'D And the Slot definitely is clean, as i keep my PC clean like i would have my toilet.. it is the only GPU installed and the BIOS is on the newest version (at least i updated it around 1,5 month ago)
  12. Thats what i thought as well lol. Under 1200 seems a bit overkill to me Well, i'd say any mechanical keyboard from known manufactureres makes the deal. It depends mostly on your preferences depending hon ow it shall look like or feel like. Corsair makes awesome ones tho, but so does logitech f.e. The only thing i can tell you is to not go for a roccat vulcan, as these (and it happened to mine twice already) start to fail after 4-7 month
  13. Hey guys, last week i finally got my hands on a RTX 3080 FE. Prior to that, everytime i started up my PC it left 1 single Beep as an "Everythings alright" Feedback. After installing the new GPU i get different beep tones everytime the PC boots. Its 4 short higher tuned beeps, followed by a little pause, followed by a single lower tuned beep. I already searched through the mainboards manual but didnt find any beep code explanation. And the general "BIOS beep sound FAQ" (https://www.gigabyte.com/Support/FAQ/816) doesnt include this behaviour either. The following is my se
  14. Ah dayum.. that might be the reason why it is out of stock i guess :'D Thanks tho!
  15. you can control them via software when you have a compatible motherboard and plug the header into the MB tho. The Fans state, that they are compatible with asus aura sync: And your MB seems to have asus aura sync: So, i'd say: give it a try and if it doesnt work, send em back.
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