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About connorkincaid

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  • CPU
    AMD RYZEN 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    MSI MPG X570
  • RAM
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1050 TI 4GB
  • Case
  • Storage
    1 TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 500W
  • Display(s)
    2 X BENQ XL2411P 144Hz
  • Cooling

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  1. Put another picture up when you're done!
  2. Dude that's awesome!!! Thinking about doing some RGB lighting?
  3. Sounds like all you really need is something like a 1050. They're going for about $300 atm, if you're okay with that, sit on newegg and find one at a reasonable price. Just know the card is actually worth about $120.
  4. I'm assuming you're picking that particular processor because of the GPU market? That's really the only other thing that you could save a sizeable amount on. Mind asking what the use-case for the PC is?
  5. Consider switching out the following: RAM MOBO STORAGE The RAM you have selected isn't going to run well on the selected MOBO anyway, consider looking for some basic Corsair RAM. The motherboard can be switched around for something a little more budget friendly, especially if you don't plan on overclocking or anything of the like. You could really achieve the same amount of storage with a HDD and an SSD for your OS. Probably wouldn't notice much of a difference anyway.
  6. I have this It is super easy to set-up and would work fine with the board you have. Let me know if you have questions.
  7. How and why is your computer shaking?
  8. Awesome! If you have a chance snap a picture, would love to see the final product!
  9. You should be fine! I just did a similar thing and haven't noticed anything in terms of bowing. Just make sure you make good measurements!
  10. @OhioYJHit it right on the head. If you watch newegg's daily sales there's usually a pretty good deal running on 1TB HDDs as well.
  11. I think you're going to be stuck rigging something up on your own. I'm not aware of any products specifically made for that purpose.
  12. @LloydLynx Thanks for the heads up, I'll give it a shot.
  13. Just entering the world of audio, more specifically, speakers! I got myself a pair of JAMO S801 PM, and don't want to just be limited to the audio quality of my MOBO's onboard sound card. For JUST a desktop audio setup, which I will be adding a subwoofer to, what would you Hi-Fi geeks suggest? A DAC or a soundcard? I'm not really that worried about appearance, just cost. I really don't want to spend TOO much on either option. Budget: $100 or a little bit more. Any help would be very appreciated!