So I’m buying a used pc and it comes with a cooler master h500. Pm me
32 gb of vengence rgb 3000, coolermaster h500 case/ evga g2 650w psu
I get steady 60fps on sky factory 4 on my Lenovo y500. sounds like a server-side problem
It started frame skipping around the 144hz mark so I toned it down to 100hz even
Im talking about in a custom water loop setting
It's not a necessity but a radiator is anything that transfers heat from a high energy object to a low energy object. So you could bring your thermals closer to ambient and increast the heat capacity and dissipation rate of your loop.
The ram spot eventually he can throw another 16bg for 50 bucks and have 32gb of ram. notvnecessary for today but in the near future I see 32 gb kits becoming the norm.
Yes. I put a 1tb SSD from them in my dad's pc a few years ago and it's still going.
do you not see the nvme drive. and no it's not. I've got 2 1tb 7200 drives and 1 2tb drive and a 32gb nvme drive for os and it boots into windows within 5 seconds and launches my games in 10-15 seconds. It depends on your maturity and patience I guess. Yes, ssds are nice but they're still not a requirement.
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whatever amds equivalent to multicore enhancement
55 inch is small in today’s world 😂 my parents are looking at getting Samsung’s new 94 inch tv and I’m like why. Their house is pretty small for a tv that big
Now. I will be using a hisense 55inch 4k tv. It’s a 60hz hdr led panel. I should be able to do my normal daily workload in 4k as I don’t play very many games right?
3200mhz is the sweet spot for ryzen yes?
And depending on Black Friday sales prices I might snag it anyway
I’ve heard of g.skill. XD eventually when i can afford it I’ll get the trident z royal kit cause it’s so pretty
The only thing I’m still torn between is the psu (never heard of it before) and the ram.
Edit. Found a better version for cheaper https://pcpartpicker.com/list/mX6hq3
Well yeah I know but is the extra money worth the performance? Just talking cpu here
Better? I don't see the point in getting the 2700x when all ryzen seems to be locked to 4.3ghz max. eventually I will put an aio in here when I do decide to overclock.
I would change the ram and the motherboard. brings the price down a little bit for the same performance.
Would I have better performance out of a laptop for the same pricepoint?
On a scale of 1-10, how good would this work for the price point? Also, I don't need a win 10 license.
I think I might just go with the x72. The case I wanted isn’t compatible with 360 rads. The Corsair 570x crystal. Might just get a phantex p400s
The Ryzen 3700 will retail at 270. 8 core 16 thread cpu with I believe a 3.6 base and 4.1 boost.
Takes about a minute just to load google and heaven forbid I try to watch a YouTube video
Because it’s got a 1x1 802.11b/g/n WLAN in it currently and even with updated drivers it’s barely getting 20mbps down and 3mbps up
most of the time miners will undervolt and underclock to help with thermals and power consumption,,
why not an aio?
this will probably be what i will go with. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/cyP9w6 geuss i should of said but ive got a win 10 key allready
yeah their all spring screws
ive never heard on on board graphics not being compatable with a mobo. as long as the mobo has some sort of video out on the io you should be good
the thinkpads are easy to work on (i own a y500) and i noticed that the thermal paste is very thinly applied so i might take the heatsinks off and put some new tim on it.
could i get one of those external gpu bays for it? pull out the 2nd 750tm and somehow disable the built in 750tm
Ive got a standard sata 240gb ssd. There's a 2nd drive that I can't access which is the 16gb msata ssd
Lenovo y500 interior https://imgur.com/gallery/3dpRd
Yeah give me a little bit though
No it was a msata ssd. The Wi-Fi card was near the ram slots
motherboad ports gpu ports or case ports?
They have really good coolers now and power supplies up to 2000 watts.
Let's all just take a moment to realize. The old bulldozer and piledriver architecture out preform R3 for less...
But yeah. If miners would stop buying all the stock immediately and wait for board manufacturers to get a decent stock made up for both the gaming and mining cards this whole $h-t storm of a market would some what clear up. We would still have amd making Intel panicking which I find absolutely hilarious but that's to be expected, they haven't had any competition in a very long time and now the pressure is on them hard.
Well any currency is fragile. Just with conventional currency at least in the USA people have the fdic to back them up if the bank screws up and loses their money. Crypto currency doesn't have any sort of insurance which I think should be changed with the growing popularity of it. With over 17 million bitcoins in private hands that's a crap ton of money to lose if bc crashes again.
Instead of starting another thread. If your contempt with 16gb and don't plan on upgrading will you lose preformance by using a 4x4 kit over a 2x8? My situation would be on an 7600k
Board partners are developing dedicated mining cards
It wouldnt come with the kit but as long as it's aluminium and it uses the same fittings I don't see why you couldn't expand the loop
You can still volt it to that high of a voltage and not be worried about frying the board.
Yes but we're not talking thermals im Talking voltage.
What about for a budget build?
I would update just to be safe