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Sinsue

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About Sinsue

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  • Location
    BOCOMO
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450-A Pro MAX
  • RAM
    GSkill Ripjaws V 16GB DDR4 3600MHz CL18 RAM
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1660 Super SC Ultra
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define C
  • Storage
    1TB SSD, 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 750BQ
  • Display(s)
    Alienware AW3418DW
  • Cooling
    Deepcool Gammaxx GTE
  • Keyboard
    Microsoft Sculpt Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech G603
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    HP Envy x360
  • Phone
    iPhone XR

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  1. I built my rig this year, upgrading from my Ryzen 5 1600 rig I built back in 2017. PSU is the oldest part I have in here, which is from 2018.
  2. I have the B450-A Pro MAX motherboard, really good motherboard with decent VRMs for the price.
  3. Why are you hostile? He has a point. Ryzen is an appealing option because of expandability, in case OP wants to upgrade from a Ryzen 5 1600 for example to a Ryzen 9 5950X in the future if he does go with B450. I built a budget Ryzen 5 1600 PC back when I first building PCs at 17, now I have a 3700X doing just fine. Yes, Intel may offer more performance (depending on scenario) but AMD has superior upgradability options over Intel, since their platforms last 2 years at the most. Plus how do we know if OP is just purely gaming? What if he is doing video editing
  4. Yes sir, at least our executives have some of a brain and actually enacted plexiglass dividers and forced customers to wear masks in the building. In fact, all of the lobbies are closing and customers can only get services through the drive thru. I don't get it either, my coworker claims that the virus is smaller than the "holes" (idk what they're called) of regular fabric masks... but the virus is spread through spit droplets though? She also says that the CDC says that regular masks do not work... logically speaking, if regular fabric masks did not work, shouldn't the CDC say
  5. I'm working as a teller at my local bank right now, since I am a student. Small town Missouri isn't the best to work in honestly. Preventing the spread of a deadly illness isn't a human rights violation.
  6. I have a coworker who refuses to wear her mask, and she makes a big deal about it when I ask her to put it on. It's just selfishness at this point, it's beyond ridiculous.
  7. Used to be a semi pro Overwatch player, those specs should be able to run at 144 FPS +, no upgrading required. I had a problem with my current system running at a consistent 144Hz, usually being below 120 FPS, when it would be above 200+ FPS before. Perhaps check the reduce buffering setting in the game, sometimes it can glitch out and cause people to run lower FPS than normal. If you have it on, turn it off and on again to see if that helps. Could you also post a screenshot of all of the settings in game to this thread?
  8. As said at the end of my post, I stated that a GPU would be the better buy rather than a CPU, and that the 3600 is a very capable gaming CPU.
  9. The 3900XT is not worth it as it's just a slightly higher clocked 3900X. The 3900XT is technically the better performing option but whether it's worth it over the 3900X is a completely different ball game. The 3900X would be the better buy, but if you could get the 3900XT cheaper, get that instead. Though I have to ask - is your current config not running at 144FPS+ at 1080p? What games would you be playing, AAA titles or esports ones? If you're looking for better performance, I'd argue a better GPU would be the best option (although the 5700XT is already pretty good), the 3600 is a very capab
  10. Can't go wrong with Fractal - got a Define C as my main case. They all look super sleek. Good find
  11. ragnarok0273 gives good advice here, if your priority is video editing / graphic design work. As an owner of a 3700X, it is a beefy chip, and will remain so for quite a while.
  12. Haha at least you could keep the old "Powered by Nvidia" sticker!
  13. Are you planning to overclock your CPU once you get the new motherboard?
  14. I upgraded to the 3700X back in January and I paired it with the ASUS Prime B350 Plus motherboard I got with my Ryzen 5 1600 back in 2017. I plan to use the pairing for the long haul (5-10 years), meaning when I do eventually upgrade my system, I'm gonna do a whole platform upgrade. I don't plan to overclock the system at all at any point in its life, do you think using the pairing would be sufficient for long term use, or would it be worth investing into B450?
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