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About Falmk

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    ich bin falk #3564
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    16GB (8x2) 3200MHz GeIL Evo X II RGB SYNC
  • GPU
    NVIDIA RTX 3060 Ti FE
  • Case
    mATX darkFlash DLM 21
  • Storage
    Crucial P1 500GB NVME m.2, Seagate Barracuda Compute 2TB 7200RPM 3.5” HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 600W 80+ Certified ATX
  • Display(s)
    Acer QG241Y BII 1080p 75Hz VA
  • Cooling
    3x In Win Sirius Loop and stock CPU cooler
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G610 brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech M720 Triathlon
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. Sup. I’ve been interested in getting some basic macros, but I don’t want to have to buy a new keyboard with macro buttons/a external macro pad. Now here is my idea: use the built in number pad on my G610 as a group of macro keys (and also still as a normal number pad by using numlock). I have a feeling that this is possible, but every attempt I have made at trying to understand the borderline witchcraft you guys do has failed. TLDR: - want to use built in numpad as macros - still want to use it as a normal pad with numlock -have no clue what to do or how to do it.
  2. You are going to want parts approx to this - Ryzen 5600x - MATX B550 - 3060 Ti (if you can get it for ~400, good luck) - 2x8 GB 3200MHz or better - 500 GB m.2 - 2 TB HDD (Barracudas run abut $50) 600w psu (bronze or up) - MATX case (MATX is my personal favorite as it can be the cheapest of you keep an eye out) - 3 or more case fans (InWin makes some $30 argb fans in a 3 pack that I love) - I’m not certain on a mouse but I would get a wireless one like a G305 - I would get a g610 for the keyboard as it’s only $80 bucks for cherry re
  3. May I ask why you specifically want parts from Newegg? You can get a ryzen 3600 on (albeit on backorder) adorama for $200
  4. IIRC the board has poor VRMs for an X570. Although you shouldn't really be concerned with that because they will work fine.
  5. I don't know the sweet spot for Ryzen 5000, but with 3000 the sweet spot was 3200MHz and up. I would assume 3600 MHz would be great.
  6. This did actually work! The pliers did slip a little and did scrape the mobo, but it lost looks surface and shouldn’t affect the board
  7. Is there any way to remove the riser without your hand? I assume needle nose pliers would work but I don’t want to mess anything up.
  8. I could imagine that they are on tight, but everyone around me at the moment was unable to free the screw, and I am quite nervous about stripping the screw.
  9. Hey all, I have an AORUS PRO B550M board that refuses to release either of the pre-inserted m.2 drive screws. Do you have any recommendations on how to remove the screw? And yes before you ask, I have tried a screwdriver of proper size.