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Comment reply on AmiBorg's Completed Build: Hexer

  • 27 months ago
  • 2 points

Hi man,great build.I bought the same cpu,ram,motherboard,ssd and hdd and are great solutions :-) one question:my ram runs at 2133 with the latest update and would like to increase it.Is it safe?I mean did you have any issues when you increased the sleed?

Comment reply on MarloStanfield's Completed Build: Audio production/mixing/mastering & light gaming pc

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

Generally speaking cpu never has exceeded 42 Celcius with the stock cooler.Despite Ableton shows on the upper right side the cpu usage and it climbs up to 30% with four channels,programs i have to monitor cpu's benchmarks show that ryzen has no problem...Only problem i have is the usual cracking sound that probably occurs from the external interface i have(NI audio 2) which is going to be tossed away really soon.Having combined ryzen with an ssd and 16gb of ram everything work really fast and ableton opens projects and vsts(some of them are heavy) really fast.I think ryzen is a total money value cpu and with another cooler like Hyper 212 evo can be overclocked and be even better..I will upload some "benchmarks" in a few minutes,check them out

Comment reply on MarloStanfield's Completed Build: Audio production/mixing/mastering & light gaming pc

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

It is a 3000 but runs at 2133.I hope problem will be fixed as long as the updates will keep comeing

Comment reply on MarloStanfield's Completed Build: Audio production/mixing/mastering & light gaming pc

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

Unfortunatelly right now i have an NI audio 2 which has no inputs so i can't record anything.I have started saving money to buy a powerful card.So far the pc works with Ableton and third party plugins so fast i want to cry sometimes :-P

Comment reply on MarloStanfield's Completed Build: Audio production/mixing/mastering & light gaming pc

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

I already have an external audio card but gonna save money to buy something like focusrite 18i8 or akai eie pro.Pc's soundcard will be only for youtube :-P

Comment reply on MarloStanfield's Completed Build: Audio production/mixing/mastering & light gaming pc

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

I already have an external audio card but gonna save money to buy something like focusrite 18i8 or akai eie pro.Pc's soundcard will be only for youtube :-P

Comment reply on TungNM's Completed Build: My first PC (Black and White)

  • 30 months ago
  • 1 point

Great build man.I'm bought the same processor,the same came,a gigabyte ga 350 gaming motherboard and a i'm thinking of buying the same ram you bought.AMD's site mentions that max ram speed for ryzen 2667 MHz.What's your ram's speed?Have you exceeded this number?

Comment reply on Forum Topic "First ever build/Audio production,light gaming,light video editing"

  • 31 months ago
  • 1 point

Just saw this psu while i was looking for something cheaper.Seems legit.My build's watts are 264 EVGA - 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply

Comment reply on Forum Topic "First ever pc build/Audio production pc"

  • 31 months ago
  • 1 point

So,before i read your comments i did by myself a bit of research.Ryzen 5 1600X (256 euros in Greece) gets pretty good reviews.I'm only worried for incompatibilities with programs in general...

Comment reply on Forum Topic "First ever pc build/Audio production pc"

  • 32 months ago
  • 1 point

My budget is up to 1000 euros but would prefer to stay between 850 and 900...I won't build it now,i'm gonna buy the case and every month something else...I'm not a pro audio producer,i do it in an amateur way and want to upgrade my level slowly...Thing is i7 are too expensive,about 350 the cheapest and for the i5 i read many good reviews and comments from owners

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