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Boombi

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About Boombi

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  • Location
    Belgium
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    B450 Aorus Elite (V1)
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z 3200 (2x8Go)
  • GPU
    KFA2 GTX1060 (6GB)
  • Case
    Some cooler master case (don't remember exact model)
  • Storage
    128Go SATA SSD (don't remember) + Sabrent M.2 Rocket Q 2tb + HDD 1tb (don't remember)
  • PSU
    EVGA 850Watts (don't remember other specs)
  • Display(s)
    LG27GN850 + LG27GN88A-B
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D9L
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Hello, I've been trying to see if it was possible to display my battery percentage on the Corsair Void Wireless in the windows taskbar. Right now the only way I can check it is by opening Icue and looking in the headset settings which is a bit annoying at times. I've been trying to look for someone who had the same question but each time found no answers to that so thought I would try it myself, thank you very much.
  2. Hello i'm wanting to change my mouse, One of the pad started to have its coating peel off and it's gripping my mousepad when I move my mouse around. I've had this Corsair Glaive since 2017 and I'd like to change it for another Corsair mouse (I'm a sellout and have Corsair peripherals), giving how my desk is, the cable doesn't bother me at all, it's like dropping behind my desk so it doesn't like get in the way and when I pull it doesn't grip the cable or show any resistance so it's pretty much like having a wireless one. Should I buy another glaive mouse or is it now inferior to other mouses c
  3. He then tried only one of them alone to see and it didn't boot, he didn't try the other stick and called it a day as he has bought them as a package he sent them both back it was easier, one of them might still work he just hadn't any use trying it.
  4. What I mean is that only with the "new" Ram sticks in on the same channel he used before, the PC didn't boot under any circumstances, overclocked or not.
  5. Okay follow up for you guys, Thank you very much for all your tips, my friend tried to swap the "old ram" with the "new ram" and same problem, the PC didn't boot (blue screen) he tried with only one of the "new" stick and same thing he didn't try with the other one so it was either one of the two that was dead or both of them so he's sending them back.
  6. Hello a friend of mine has recently purchased two new sticks of ram. He has a Asus Rog Strix B550-XE Gaming Wifi (https://rog.asus.com/motherboards/rog-strix/rog-strix-b550-xe-gaming-wifi-model/) The CPU he's using is a R9 5950X and the ram he purchased is G.Skill TridentZ 3200mhz C15 16gox2. They are the exact same sticks that he already has on his motherboard. Now the problem he's having is thatt when he installed them he got bluescreen each time he tried to boot it, he could never get to the windows login screen. He tried different stuff in the bios boot menu (which recogni
  7. Yep, I know the price difference is quiet a lot he that will more likely not make a huge performance leap compared to the one he will get from his I7-4790. But in any case this will be way below his budget which will allow him to spare the rest until the GPU's get back to their normal price. Blowing the rest of the budget on a GPU right now seems like a poor choice.
  8. Maybe change that to a 3800x or even 5800x as he said he liked to work on 3d digital art. I mean yeah he's coming from a 4790 so the change will already be quiet big, but I found a 5800 on amazon for $397.99 which is quiet a lot more obviously but he can probably find one cheaper or go for the 3800x which still is quiet good.
  9. If I were you I would buy a whole new PC and keep the graphics card. It still gets the job down (I have one and play games on a 1440p monitor I reach 144hz in casual games but obviously triple A does go much further than 60 with medium settings). And with the current GPU pricing I would still wait to buy a new one, I think you probably were in that optic too. Do you want to stay on Intel, do you have a favourite or do you just not care ?
  10. Yeah 1440p for MSFS2020, if you're using DLSS with the 3080 it will probably already run very well even on max settings might not reach the 144hz but probably not far off, and your experience won't really get impacted in a game such as MSFS as long as your FPS are above 60. If you consider buying a third monitor which displays 4k it might be smart to get the 3080ti but I don't see the point of 4k if your screen isn't at least 32" accross.
  11. Yeah obviously that sucks. What I was pointing out was mostly the big heatsink that blocks you from putting ram or remove or even plug in cables. With the AIO the pump is relatively small you are bothered by the pipes of course and some more work to put the radiator but yeah obviously it's way more likely to have problems although I've never had any with an old Corsair water cooler that ran for almost 7 years on an old PC.
  12. Yeah aircoolers are a pain in the ass to work with. But once it's in place you will be thankfull for not spending useless money on a corsair AIO for your Ryzen 5
  13. What @Downkey showed is great but you'll have to wait some time and then you will be able to pick a good display and keep it within your budget. You could also pick a 3070 or a 3070ti for the same price but you will loose money.
  14. Well not really it's the first proper display I've had, I don't have any other recent display in that price range at home, but compared to all those my friends have it is the best display I've come upon.
  15. Yeah in that case deffinitely go for a higher resolution display. If you need some advice the LG27GN850 is a great monitor, (i'm not biased don't go on my profile description)
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