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  • Birthday Oct 24, 1990

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    Intel i7 7700k @ 5.1GHz
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    ASUS Prime z270-k
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    32GB G.Skill @ 3200MHz
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    EVGA RTX 2080Ti XC Ultra
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    CoolerMaster Masterbox 5
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    ocz RD400, Samsung 970 Evo
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  1. 23.95 €, that is a dirt cheap PSU, alongside the fake 85Plus rating Spotty pointed out, there is a good chance that that it isn't even 550W This usually isn't a sign of over heating, you'd first start lagging while getting thermal throttle, then your PC would just shut off if it wasn't cooling down. The fact that it's still on sounds like your GPU wasn't getting enough power to me. Now the high temp could be from a weird temp monitor, or just a poorly mounted cooler that you just never realized. I'd recommend investing is a better PSU, 650W+ The PSU isn't a part to che
  2. Honestly you'd save money buying a used 4790k and end up with similar performance. You'd have to get new RAM as well z97 was the last to be DDR3, you'd have to upgrade to DDR4 ram as well with the 9400f
  3. yeah it is. It should, though you could grab a "Last Call" magni 3 if you're really worried about power output for cheaper
  4. are you on 1080 or 1440? Honestly, this seems about right, if anything it isn't that much lower than benchmarks but that's to be expected in multiplayer.
  5. No, also those are integrated, it wouldn't be an "Upgrade" as it's part of the CPU die, the HD is from Kaby Lake, UHD is Kaby Lake-Refresh. at most you're looking at a 1-2fps improvement.
  6. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/vCdWtp here is one with a lower target price, That looks perfectly fine to me if you can afford that. between my 3 links if you can mix and match some stuff to afford it it you should be good.
  7. https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Labeled/saved/s83q3C https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Labeled/saved/4BpykL This is what I came up with, but if a 5700, 3700 and x570 is 1225, then 1900 usd target might not be a good one to aim for if your prices aren't actually equivalent, I can aim lower for like 1200-1500 if that's the case. Also I'd recommend Nvidia over AMD if you're streaming because NVENC is better speed and quality wise than AMF/VCE especially if you have to go for an r5 over an r7 since if you're streaming x264 lower than medium then you'll get a better stream wi
  8. LOL alright, I was assuming he was asking country to figure out which currency since more than the US uses $. Do you need peripherals included like mouse monitor keyboard, or just the PC? I was gonna say that a shit CPU would be like 1,300 php and you wouldn't have anything left for a motherboard. lol
  9. Yeah Bsod is blue screen. System hang is when the system is unresponsive. Have you ever just left it and waited to see if it ever came back or if it actually blue screens?
  10. 1,900 Philippine peso equals 37.40 United States Dollar Are you looking for USD or PHP? I'm having a hard time imagining what you even could get for that unless PCs are just dirt cheap there..
  11. Have you tried waiting to see if it's just a system hang or if you eventually get a bsod?
  12. you could upgrade to a 4690k and it would be a decent upgrade, getting a 3700x would be a huge upgrade. I say go for it, the FX line was a big disappointment, especially since it's a fake 8 core.
  13. With XMP it still runs at the lowest rated kit, so everything is still at 2133. Stress tests or actual games? I've had better luck finding unstable overclocks with games over stress tests.( I know you aren't overclocking) Is it BSOD, or shutting off?
  14. Right click the speaker icon in system tray, Open Sound Settings > On the side where it says "Related Settings" click "Sound Control Panel" and disable Nvidia audio devices. Alternatively you can go to Device manager and disable NVIDIA High Definition Audio, and NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device under Sound, Video, and Game controllers. Considering the monitor isn't plugged into the motherboard it shouldn't actually be a motherboard issue unless it's noise from the PCIe slot power somehow being transferred to the monitor speakers, if the monitor has no speakers then I got nothing