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About rowdyjosh02

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  • Birthday October 16

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  • Location
    New South Wales, Australia
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Cars, IT stuff,
  • Biography
    just an outright bloke looking for a chook to hook, don't steal my boat.
  • Occupation
    IT HelpDesk


  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    B450 Mortar Max
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200mhz
  • GPU
    Rx 580 4gb
  • Case
    Corsair 4000D
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 Evo 500gb, WD 1TB 7200rpm drive
  • PSU
    be quite 500 power 10
  • Cooling
    EkWb 240 AIO
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G512
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. Looks tuff man, and I'm sure it goes like a bat out of hell
  2. There should be a few, are you looking at pc part picker, that site can give you a lot of options to view. I'm no expert when it comes to motherboard recommendations so Ill probably leave that to someone else XD. I would also consider the non f variants just so that in the eventuality that you get these components and you cant find a 3060, you can still use the system.
  3. For 2000 i would consider an 11th gen as its probably a more bang for buck as its really good price/perf. also you dont need that power supply, the max youd probably need is like 650watt and thats like the max
  4. I cant see any reason why a 3600 would be holding back a 2060 super but i could be wrong, if i was him i wouldnt really bother because AM5 is coming out next year, i have a 3600 and i'm skipping 5th gen to wait for 6th gen cpu's as they will be 5nm and most likely better overall. this is only what i would do though
  5. To my knowledge as long as you set the ssd to be the highest boot priority then theoretically it should be fine. but im not sure about how accessing your old stuff works cause it might consider there to be an account lock, ive had it happen to me because its considered a boot drive but don't quote me on any of this, its just something that i would try
  6. Yeah it should be fine 650 will be enough in my opinion cause you dont have a power hungry CPU
  7. I mean if its up there its up there, but after looking it up the only real issues i saw were that the cables are a bit plasticy and the fan might be a bit loud sometimes other than it really should perform pretty well especially if you get it for a good price or discount. out of curiosity though what components are you running
  8. All depends, you could just change the boot priority to your ssd but windows would take up a storage thats useless, what i would do is depending on how much stuff is on the hard drive either backup all files other than windows and format it so its not considered a boot drive anymore so its like a new drive and then put the files back on when youve formatted it as a proper storage drive or if your ssd is big enough just clone everything to the ssd including the windows then transfer the files you dont want on your ssd to your newly formated drive. Now only take this as advice im not an expert i
  9. First things first nothing would display anyway if you remove the gpu, now are there any lights on the board light DRAm, CPU or anything like that, also is the monitor set on the right output.
  10. Well you know that the cpu that you have doesnt have a gpu, so do you have one?
  11. I mean if it has windows on then sure but if it doesnt then get the things off it then format it and reinstall windows on it
  12. Only thing i could think of would be to take everything out of the case and build it outside of the case like a test bench and see.
  13. The site only says B450 Chipset indicating one its a ryzen chip but what i want you to do is look for 1. the model of the board, this should be printed somewhere on the board like rog strix b450-f or something like that, and 2nd see if there are little LED lights on the board that say CPU, BOOT, VGA, and DRAM. If you find both great, then turn the pc on and see if any of the lights light up. and if so say which ones.
  14. Hey bud i also have an rx580 and i believe it should be fine but dont expect it to hit very high details solid 60. As long as you dont set you expectation to high it will be fine at high for the most part with a bit of settings tweaking