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Comment reply on Forum Topic "R9 3900X Air Flow"

  • 5 hours ago
  • 2 points

I can't. This is literally impossible to happen. The software is wack.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Would this video be a good guide to building a PC? Does anyone suggest modifications?"

  • 8 hours ago
  • 2 points

It will work but please do not take part advice from Austin Evan's. I am begging you. He isn't very knowledgeable about PC's. Not quite sure how and why he is getting so many views. It puzzles me. I guess it is becasue he is charismatic. He is a general tech youtuber, not a PC one like Gamernexus or LTT.

PowerSpec's are Microcenter brand PSU's which aren't good. How do I know this. They are group regulated which makes them unsuitable for modern builds, they have no reviews out for them so no one is quite sure how good or more likely bad it is, little to zero information on the platform. Don't cheap out on the PSU like Austin wants you to.

WAY too much for that SSD. You can get a NVME WD Blue for a fair bit less. Or spend a extra ~$25 and go for a 1TB SSD.

$108 is way too much. You can get RGB 3600Mhz RAM for like $30 less.

A microatx board will look a bit off in a mid tower case. If this was a ~$500 build I wouldn't say anything about it but you are paying $1000 so it should look decent and not mismatched.

I would just post on create me a part list since his build is not good what so ever.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Where can i find a build guide with these kind of parts"

  • 8 hours ago
  • 1 point

It is all pretty much the same. You can't go wrong.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Old Guy Needs a Parts List"

  • 8 hours ago
  • 2 points

You can download Windows from MS's site on to a USB stick. All you will need is the key from the physical box which is what you are actually paying for.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Affordable basic PC for old man"

  • 8 hours ago
  • 3 points

Where to begin.

You and your "pals" are kindly requested to NOT talk to me like i am an ignorant fool , i cannot predict anything , but i am careful and i always know what i am doing ...

  1. I am not his "pal". Acquaintance is the best word for this situation. I don't even think I have ever PM'ed him. Hell to think of it I really haven't seen Pawacorn in OT.

  2. There is not some conspiracy going on here which leads me to point 3

  3. I think this is like the first time he has replied to you. I'm the person who does it the most.

before talk to me again , you and your "pals" like that, just take into consideration ,what will happen if i invite here round 1000 people into this site,that they do not just admire me ,almost WORSHIP me ,and doing the same disgusting tactics with underestimating commenting and negativing in points as into me to you all,will be a total massacre ...especially into points ... AVOID ME LIKE A VOLCANO ERUPTION

Criticism is allowed and is healthy since it does encourage growth and learning. Without it I would probably still be using the PCMR tier list and would still be calling WD Black's enterprise grade drives. If you want to criticize or try to debate me on something I am more than open for it, I'm not quite sure why you would think I'm opposed to it. If you want threaten us with vote manipulation feel free to do so 😊

Comment reply on Forum Topic "How is everyone holding up?"

  • 10 hours ago
  • 4 points

It is day 4 of the lock down. I am down to my last provisions and have started eating rats mixed with saw dust. I'm using torn up pieces of my carpet for TP.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Thoughts on this build?"

  • 10 hours ago
  • 1 point

It can be quite tricky to get into the world of PSU's since outside of electrical engineers and what not everything will be totally foreign to you and unlike a CPU or GPU its just as simple as looking at one graph and saying X is better than Y. Also despite being very important a lot of people don't care much since for all they care it is a magically box that doesn't increase FPS or anything.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Thoughts on this build?"

  • 10 hours ago
  • 1 point

I dont know is Super Flower is a very reputable PSU manufacture but i would go with the EVGA BR 550w 80+ Bronze certified PSU.

Superflower was the OEM for Evga best units (all of the Leadex based ones) before they decided to downgrade their flagship gold unit. At one point in time I surely thought Evga would just outright buy them since they used them as a OEM so much. If you were to look at a review for the Leadex III you would see its a good unit. Nothing really wrong with it outside of a poorly configured OCP.

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/super-flower-leadex-iii-650-w/

Also the Evga BR lacks any reviews. No one knows how good or bad it is. I would go as far to say that using it would be cheaping out on the PSU since its a unit of unknown quality and performance.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Affordable basic PC for old man"

  • 10 hours ago
  • 3 points

You (always) forget i am a Real PC Builder in my area ... i trust reviews , but i do not "stick" on them , i added untill now , more than 20 times such PSU into real PCs , and i never had complaints from my customers ...

Your personal experience with PSU's means absolutely nothing. Zero. Zilch . Worthless. Its worth just as much as mine. Consumers can not review PSU's. They are one of the very few parts that consumer input is generally worthless on since there is no easy way to test it unlike a CPU, GPU, case, etc. Consumers just can't simply review a PSU since it requires opening it up and taking it apart, extensive knowledge about electrical engineering and PSU's, and having expensive equipment to test performance. The first two are doable but the 3rd is what really stops people. Most people don't even own a simple oscilloscope much less everything a place like Tom's uses. Its why most sites and channels either half *** PSU reviews at best or don't do them at all. The reviews that matter are professional reviews from sites like Tomshardware, Techpowerup, Jonnyguru, etc.

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/why-99-percent-of-power-supply-reviews-are-wrong/

This is more geared towards websites but it applies to consumer reviews too.

This is everything Tomshardware does to review a PSU.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/how-we-test-psu,4042.html#p1

Just because a PSU works doesn't mean its good. A Evga N1 works but that doesn't make it a good choice. There is much more to PSU's than working or not such as listed in the links below.

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/why-99-percent-of-power-supply-reviews-are-wrong/

htps://www.corsair.com/us/en/blog/why-does-a-better-power-supply-mean-a-better-computer-experience

hhttps://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/2053-power-supply-voltage-ripple-and-relevance

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/how-we-test-psu,4042.html#p1

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/power-supplies-101,4193.html

https://www.techpowerup.com/articles//overclocking/psu/160/1

Blu-ray Writer , because we are in the Era of USB-Stick music-video storaging , if someone wants to plug a USB into car,home theater,etc etc , to enjoy Media-sound content , it could be more convenient to him , than carrying a buncho-bag of CDs-DVDs ... = It is supposed he can also create DVDs-CDs from Blu-ray Writer + Write also better and more convenient Blu-ray disks , to decrease the amount of CDs-DVDs in his bookshell ... I THINK PRACTICALLY , AND IN BEHALF OF HIM , I KNOW BY EXPERIENCE WHAT MIGHT BE THIS OLD MAN S NEEDS ... excluding the factor,that he will enjoy better than ever Media-sound content from Blu-ray disks , especially old people DESERVES better Visual Quality and sound quality , after all we are also in the Era of COVID-19 = We must give Care and extra attention to Older people ...

USB sticks are not used for mass external storage. That is what external HDD's are for which are much faster. Also Blurays are not convenient on PC, there is a reason why its not popular. To play Bluray movies you need a licence for the copy protection/security/DRM and Windows does not include that. No other media is really stored on Bluray's besides movies and there isn't much point in using Bluray's as a storage medium over a HDD, USB stick, cloud storage, etc. If you want to use a Bluray for the one thing its really only good at get a Bluray player. This especially goes for someone who is older and is less familiar with handling this stuff. Also I'm not quite sure how COVID-19 relates to Bluray players....

Exactly because the Employer acts in behalf of this Old man , and exactly because this means the old man does not know anything about PCs , we must think he does not have ANY pc monitor, or keyboard-mouse, WE MUST PRE-THINK THE NEEDS , and make this Old man s life easier , it will be complicated to tell to an old man "carry your PC into Lounge OR into your bedroom,to connect it to your TV ,and find a way to settle-connect the PC near your TV ,re-arrange the whole area to be settled conveniently..." ..sounds like outrageous to make his life not easier ... it will be easier to plug it in a corner-some nearby area,into a bench or a medium table ALL the PC + new monitor ,and not re-arrange his whole area ...

Can you read minds? Because you are just guessing that they need a monitor and keyboard+mouse. There is a very good chance they have already have a monitor and keyboard+mouse.

Anyway,the keyboard-mouse will WITHSTAND in unlimited " CLICKS" , after all the employer was crystal-clear= "a really good computer that will last a long time" ... also,the cost of them is not a forbidden one,better being better and not regret ...

No it will not. Not even high end mechanical keyboards are rated for unlimited clicks. Also no where on the product page says that is rated for unlimited clicks.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Best PSU From SeaSonic?"

  • 13 hours ago
  • 2 points

That is becasue Seasonic mostly deals with the high end market.

Anyways I would suggest the Phanteks AMP. It uses the Focus platform and its cheaper.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "R9 3900X Air Flow"

  • 16 hours ago
  • 1 point

It is not working right. The CPU would instantly die at 207C and you would probably be melting fans and all other plastic in your PC. Also unless you keep your PC in a cryogenic chamber its not doing 34C since it is impossible to go cooler than ambient unless you somehow managed to rewrite the laws of physics and thermodynamics.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Affordable basic PC for old man"

  • 16 hours ago
  • 4 points

Don't cheap out on the PSU. The Evga GA lacks any reivews.

Why a Bluray writer? They want to write CD's not Bluray's.

Didn't request monitor, or keyboard/mouse. Also if they do need a keyboard/mouse I think they would want something a bit less gamery for the way OP is talking.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Thoughts on this build?"

  • 19 hours ago
  • 0 points

Efficiency is just that. Efficiency. It does not equal build quality or performance and is no way reflective of how good or bad a PSU is. Yes if a PSU lacks 80+ rating it is a bad sign since it either means that it is using some awful platform or the company is so poor that they can't even pay the ~$1500 required for 80+ to test the PSU but if a PSU has a 80+ rating you really can't judge how good or bad it is by it. Also the 80+ rating actually isn't good for showing efficiency since the testing is done at room temperature which isn't realistic and units can be under rated such as the Corsair CX which does nearly gold. Plus when it comes to saving money outside of extremes you are looking at a few dollars saved a year, it could take years or even decades to make up the cost of a more expensive unit with higher efficiency.

Brand is meaningless. Brand in no way equals reliability. Yes companies such as Logsyis and Diablotek solely produce fire bombs but they are the exception to the rule. Most companies will have high end units, low end units, and stuff in between. Going by brand will not ensure you get good unit.

Could OP get a cheaper PSU? Yes. Should they? I would lean towards yes. But you should select the unit properly if you are going to get a different PSU.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Thoughts on this build?"

  • 1 day ago
  • 0 points

Efficiency has nothing to do with how good or bad a PSU is. Do not choose the PSU based on efficiency.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Out of touch"

  • 1 day ago
  • 2 points

Just keep it for now. Nothing significantly better is out. At best you would be doing a minor upgrade to a 1650S or a side grade to a RX 570.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "is the 980ti 2 way sli worth it"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

A 4k 144hz monitor will set you back about $1300. I would rethink about that.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Is the GTX 780-TI overclocked still alright?"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

Not really. It doesn't even have entry level card performance anymore. Its a fair bit weaker than a $120 RX 570.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pk8U5FAurSE

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Graphics and More"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

Wrong direction sort of.

You don't need a 1500W PSU. That is insane overkill. Even a 650W or 550W PSU would plenty for you.

i9-7980XE is last gen and still massive overkill. The 8700K is last gen and really worth it for what you are doing compared to a 3600.

Don't get a 1000D. It is a MASSIVE case. It basically requires a custom loop not to look empty. A AIO isn't gonna cut it. Hell I'm not even sure if a AIO would have tubing length to fit in that case.

The 750D is smaller but it has poor airflow and despite its size the functionality isn't that good compared price competing mid tower cases, its not about how much space you have its about how you use it. Plus it lacks tempered glass which imo is a must have outside of small budget builds.

Just get a RX 570 instead. It is massively more powerful than the P400 and is plenty for your needs.

PCPartPicker Part List

Type Item Price
CPU AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $298.99 @ B&H
CPU Cooler ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 240 56.3 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $94.99 @ Newegg
Motherboard Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) ATX AM4 Motherboard $199.99 @ B&H
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory $83.99 @ Newegg
Storage HP EX950 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive $129.99 @ Newegg
Video Card ASRock Radeon RX 570 4 GB Phantom Gaming D Video Card $129.99 @ Newegg
Case Phanteks Eclipse P400A Digital ATX Mid Tower Case $98.98 @ Newegg
Power Supply Phanteks AMP 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $105.98 @ Newegg
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $1142.90
Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-03-26 18:17 EDT-0400

This build is plenty for your needs. I would even call this overkill.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "rgb psu?"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

All cables are flexible.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "500W for Ryzen 5 2600 and RTX 2080 Super?"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

Efficiency has nothing to do with how good or bad a PSU is.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "500W for Ryzen 5 2600 and RTX 2080 Super?"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

Will it work? Yes. Is a good idea to use it? No. Unfortunately you cheaped out on the PSU by getting one with zero reviews or information out on it.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Where can i find a build guide with these kind of parts"

  • 1 day ago
  • 1 point

What exactly do you mean by build guide?

They are all pretty much the same.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "PC Build"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

Why no AMD?

Also we need more information.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "PC Build"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

The 9700K and 9900K are still the the two best CPU's for gaming. Although I would only suggest the 9700K and 9900K for a high FPS build just a very large budget for the 9900K.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Creating PC for Mother need MB and gpu recomendations"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

https://imgur.com/a/Awm6O

Its about the same as 2133Mhz vs. 3200Mhz or even worse in some cases.

Not world ending for a light gaming PC but spending a extra ~$5 for a dual channel kit will be well worth it.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Need help w/ building a new computer!"

  • 2 days ago
  • 2 points

Are you trying to piss me off ? what r u saying now ?

Am I?

that i transform Amazon price list ? ... manually ? ... even the rocks will auto-raised and hitting us spontaneously with that thing you said ... i chose an Amazon link,that had a price of previous Monitor round 100$ , i did not changed the price , it was auto-changed to the worst ... really , do you insist to this nonsense ? ... i felt a victim of that Amazon inconsistency , as Mr Phillip mentioned already ...

I saw the black price and mistakenly thought you manually edited it since that is what the black price normally means. To avoid future confusion about the price I would suggest posting in markup instead of using a link, this way people see the exact price at your time of posting.

I never said that. I said a warrant does not define how good a PSU is. A poor PSU can have a long warranty. The warranty has absolutely nothing to do with performance of the PSU and really only means that they either expect it to last that long. The Evga G1 had a 10 year warranty despite being a low end unit due to being group regulated. There is much more to PSU's than warranty. Also brand is meaningless. Yes companies such as Logsyis and Diablotek solely produce fire bombs but they are the exception to the rule. Most companies will have high end units, low end units, and stuff in between. Going by brand will not ensure you get good unit.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Graphics and More"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

I would cancel the RAM. There is zero point in upgrading a board on a ancient platform such as that. If you are going to replace the RAM and want to upgrade the board you may as well upgrade the CPU. Definitely upgrade the CPU before you get a new case. Also get a SSD.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Cousin PC - CPU Choice"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

I mean if it uses the same exact architecture then yeah sure as a 3600 vs. a 3700 but that isn't true in the case of something such as the 3600 vs. the 2700X when it comes to gaming and some other work loads.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Need help w/ building a new computer!"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

Iirc you had the price manually set to ~$400....

The warranty does not define how good a unit is and a warranty is not a review.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "need help building my first gaming pc"

  • 2 days ago
  • 2 points

The GPU isn't what being questioned here, the CPU is so resolution is irrelevant for discussion.

Sure it could catch up but you would telling OP to get a worse product now if hopes that it will be better in a few years from now. You should build for today, not tomorrow. People had the same mentality about the FX series, sure games caught up with them but by the time they did it years down the road and better CPU's were out.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "$900 budget RGB PC"

  • 2 days ago
  • 4 points

Do you want help or not? You aren't going to get it with that attitude.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Pre built gaming pc vs building?"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

Always build yourself. You have total control over what parts you get and prebuilts either use low quaility parts for the PSU, motherboard, SSD, etc or charge you a arm and a leg for decent quality parts and at that point you can do significantly better building it yourself. Outside of some crazy deal you shouldn't ever buy a prebuilt.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Need help w/ building a new computer!"

  • 2 days ago
  • 3 points

Over $400 for a 1080P monitor....That is madness. You can get a 4K monitor for that much. You could easily go 1440P and get a better GPU with all of the money spent on that monitor.

Don't cheap out on the PSU. The GA has no reviews out for it.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Is this Used intel build with the price?"

  • 2 days ago
  • 1 point

That is a pretty good deal.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "$1200 Budget PC build"

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

Don't overclock the CPU, let PBO do its thing. You won't beat it with a manual overclock.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "$1200 Budget PC build"

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

Why? A AIO isn't better than a HSF just becasue it is a AIO. And to really justify a AIO you will need to spend ~$90 to justify it. Plus for a 3600 or something you don't need anything beefy since it will draw only ~80W under full load and that is with PBO going full blast. A ~$40 HSF can easily handle that and still be close to a 240mm AIO in terms of performance.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Pinned Posts for Forum-Boards"

  • 3 days ago
  • 2 points

Also I would say first timers definitely not be the people to use the tier list since they won't know what got randomly placed somewhere such as the 650W VS/CV, what is totally made up such as the Evga GD ranking, or what is absolute ******** such as the BQ vs. the G3. I can't tell you how many times I've seen people make poor PSU choices due to the list or say X PSU is bad/get Y instead without being able to state why other than parroting the rank on the tier list. And of course people like us have zero use for it. Its a paradox. It is totally useless, at least it should be, to everyone.

At the very most it should be used as a reference for units to look farther into by using professional reviews. It sucks that PSU's are complex but there isn't a good way to really simplify it. Tier lists just don't work. You don't get the abstraction that you do with CPU's or GPU's where you can just look at a single graph and say X is better than Y. You gotta know the fine details. If you don't know about PSU's you should either learn about them and use professional reviews, I strongly recommend this for people who recommend part lists to others, or ask for recommendations for a PSU from knowledgeable users.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "need help building my first gaming pc"

  • 3 days ago
  • 2 points

2700X outperforms 3600 in multicore/multithreaded non-gaming tasks.

It still depends on the exact task in question and this is a gaming build. The 2700X being better in whatever else is irrelevant here.

At 1440pUltra they are almost completely the same and at 4K there is no difference in the average fps.

That is because the higher you go in resolution the more GPU bound you will be provided you don't adjust graphical settings. That is a very unrealistic testing methodology for CPU's since it is the GPU that handles the resolution, if you aren't getting the FPS you desire you will adjust graphical settings, and often the CPU is the limiting factor for FPS provided graphical settings are adjusted for. 1080P is the best choice for a CPU benchmark since it is the lowest resolution people will commonly play at.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "need help building my first gaming pc"

  • 3 days ago
  • 2 points

Why a 2700X. It is out done by the 3600.

The cooler really only makes sense if you want it for it looks. The Arctic Freezer 240 II out performs it for less.

Why only 3200Mhz instead of 3600Mhz?

That SSD is of bad value, it doesn't make any sense to get a high end NVME SSD for a gaming build.

Don't get a budget PSU for a $1800 build.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "10600k?"

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

Good for what?

Also you aren't getting a 10600K any time soon. You are probably looking at very late 2020/early 2021. Normally Intel releases their CPU's in the fall but I would have to imagine COVID-19 has thrown a wrench into the gears.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "new gaming build"

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

You got scammed by that shop. You didn't need anywhere near that much power and even if you did it would have absolutely nothing to do with the PC not booting since the PC is going near idle drawing like 50W. Also it is very rare for a CPU to be bad. It is usually the last part I would consider being problematic.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "new gaming build"

  • 3 days ago
  • 1 point

Yeah they definitely bamboozled him hard.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "A little different type of build"

  • 3 days ago
  • 2 points

???

The motherboard is what will determine the sound quality, not the CPU. And all of that goes out the window when you use a soundcard.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Pinned Posts for Forum-Boards"

  • 3 days ago
  • 4 points

Also the person who made the tier list somehow believes that a BQ is better than a G3 and that the 650W VS is just as good as a CXM or XFX XTR. Makes you wonder if they got hit in the head to say the least. Take whatever is said there with a grain of salt. Do not use for a source what so ever like I see so many people doing.

When will people learn tier lists don't work for PSU's. People went from the PCMR one, to the Tomshardware one, to the old LTT one, to this current LTT one.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "I want to build a PC for Gaming 4k 60 FPS"

  • 5 days ago
  • 1 point

Pretty much anything 1600 AF and above will do good for a goal of 60FPS. I wouldn't go any higher than a 3600 unless you have very large budget. For the GPU that will depend on the graphical settings you want.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "I just bought a house!!!"

  • 5 days ago
  • 1 point

Congrats on having a place of your own to quarantine in.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Basic PC for kids"

  • 7 days ago
  • 1 point

PSU is good for this build, do you research before spreading misinformation.

If one were to do research for the PSU one would quickly find out that it is a very bad PSU due to being group regulated, missing safety protections, and overall quite bad and is really the worse you can go before you get into Logysis territory.

https://www.jonnyguru.com/blog/2015/07/13/evga-400-n1-power-supply/6/

Comment reply on Forum Topic "$600 budget gaming pc"

  • 7 days ago
  • 1 point

Not possible for demanding games if you want 1080P. You are going to need to increase your budget by a lot. Now if it is esport games this is very doable.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Do i need to plug in 8+4 pin psu cable?"

  • 7 days ago
  • 2 points

I highly doubt you will be able to get to 4.5Ghz with a 3900X and for gaming you shouldn't overclock anyways, just let PBO do its thing.

As for your question a 3900X going full blast with PBO will only draw ~150W at max load so no. If you need the 4 pin you are going to be literally killing your CPU since you will be running it well outside of safe voltage specifications since a 8 pin is good for ~225W-300W+. The extra 4 pin won't be needed in 99.999% of builds since most people don't do extreme overclocking.

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