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  1. WoodenMarker thanks for the reply but I figured it out on my own. I found out that afterburner fan curves only affect the gpu not the cpu. the motherboard bios fan curve affects the cpu but thanks for the help was surprised that no-one had commented on it yet lol.
  2. Ok thanks for the info, I am using the stock fans right now they are getting the job done but would you recommend upgrading for more air flow?
  3. I am using nzxt x63 kraken 240 aio with the ryzen 7 5800x on msi b550i gaming edge motherboard. I average 35-40 C in everyday stuff but while gaming I am around 70 C. I want to try streaming but not at the expense of a new cpu. here is the fan curve I am using right now, any/all help is welcome MSI_SnapShot_00 (2).bmp
  4. I am trying to sink the fans on my aio to the system temp (I figure that is the closet to the water temp that I can find in the bio). I played around with both the bio and afterburner fan curves but isn't working the way I want it to. the fans just run fast and loud not low and quiet, on a side note should I upgrade the stock fans or will just getting the curve fix the problem? Do you have any suggestions on what points I should use as well? Here is the parts I am talking about: Msi b550I gaming edge max wifi motherboard nzxt x63 kraken (using the stock fans) This is my f
  5. I am building a min itx streaming pc, which of these motherboards have the most universal/connectivity options to plugin multiple things into it for streaming? Motherboards have to work with Ryzen 7 5800x cpu 1. Gigabyte B550I AORUS Pro AX AMD AM4 Mini-ITX 2. MSI MPG B550I Gaming Edge 3. ASRock B550 Phantom Gaming-ITX Here is the full build so far: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/bNwYvf (Opinions welcome on pc build)
  6. Yea $300 is not cheap but how I look at it is like this: The keyboard is one time buy for me and will last 10 years or more so about $30 dollars per year for a really nice keyboard ($2.50 per month). I did have to save up for a while but I am glad I did I do have to say through that once you have a good mechanical keyboard you will not go back to the cheap $20 keyboards. So look into it as much as you can because what you put into it you will get back in spades
  7. I will be using two Gigabyte M27Q monitors one normally with the second fliped 90 degrees (for chat). How can I tell if my motherboard can support this? AsRock B550 Phantom Gaming-itx Mother board Evga GeForce RTX 3070 Graphics card How difficult would you say it is to set up a dual monitor scale 1 -10 [My first time to do this ] Here is my complete list so far any/all suggestion are welcome https://pcpartpicker.com/list/b6BBkX
  8. Thank you guys for the replays. I don't mind list recommendations Demo_Boi
  9. I am build a mini itx streaming pc. I want to make sure that I only build it once I am in any danger of thermal throttling my pc with this psu or should I go higher? Silverstone sfx 700watt 80+ Platinum Do all mini itx boards require the bios update for the Ryzen 7 5800x cpu? https://pcpartpicker.com/list/gLGYkX
  10. I did a self build 75% custom board that wound up costing me around $300 US. You can get a pre made custom keyboard for much less try https://kbdfans.com/collections/75-fully-assembled I have not ever bought a pre made, so I don't know if you can pick the switches that come with it or not. You can buy a hot swap keyboard as well. Hot swap means that will you can change the switches at will be it a month from now or a year with no soldiering. You can also buy keycaps that will change the look of your keyboard so if you want to change the look you can instead of buying a whole new keyb
  11. Hi you have three choices for the switches: linear, tactile, and clicky. Here is what google says about them; Linear switches are a type of switch that focus on producing a smooth, consistent actuation without any tactile feedback. Linear switches are great for people who don't like the small bump experienced from tactile switches or the loud noises from clicky switches. Tactile switches are a type of switch that focus on producing a tactile bump and a relatively quiet audible click with each keystroke. Tactile switches offer great feedback when typing, so you know by t
  12. You might want to get 32gb memory instead of the two 16gb memory it is about the same amount of money. you save space and you can upgrade later on if still want too. Just something to think about
  13. Ok thanks Any thoughts on should I get a better speaker system? Does anyone recommend a microphone for streaming? Any thoughts on the choice of windows should I keep it or go cheaper?
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