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About Burasutsu

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  • Birthday 07/25/1994

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    Case: NZXT Phantom 820 Gunmetal
    PSU: Corsair R850x
    MB: Gigabyte Aorus X370 Gaming K5
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.0Ghz/3.2Ghz Boost
    RAM: 2x8GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200Mhz @ 2933Mhz
    GPU: MSI Gaming X GTX1070
    AIO: NZXT Kraken X62
    SSD: Samsung 960 EVO M.2 SSD 480GB + Samsung 850 EVO 240GB
    HDD: Multiple WD Blue 1TB Drives
    Displays: Dell S2716DG

    Upcoming Changes:
    Addtional 2x8 RAM (Tentative)
    ASUS Strix GTX1080
    Dell P2715Q (Screen 2)
    2 Replacement Larger WD HDD's Black and Blue
  1. Much of what you posted is marketing fluff, not reality. In what way is this not reality? All the cores that I've seen reviewed have reached similar OC of somewhere between 3.9 and 4.2, with no difference that can't be put down to the silicon lottery. The naming for infinity fabric and the simple marketing explanation are fluff for sure, but the concept is still there and it has so far been proven to have an affect. I can only assume that trend will continue into the higher core counts.
  2. Not at all worried about latency or clock speeds tbh. Ryzen and it's Infinity Fabric were created from the ground up to be incredibly scale-able with little to no loss in efficiency. It's the main point of the architecture. Just look at how there's no difference in clock speeds in the range of R5 vs R7 processors. It means that the platform just gets better with more cores. But the low core count models might suffer some. In terms of temps even the largest model (16C/32T) is rumored to be 155W, which is great for such a high core count Not something I'll be looking into right now, but I'll be keeping a close eye on it. I'll maybe look into the future equivalents in Zen 2 or Zen 3
  3. Burasutsu

    Dawn of War III

    @Waco Unfortunately, you are in the minority there. This is a return to what the game originally was, and the squad based tactical gameplay of Dawn of War 2 infuriated most fans of the series. Kind of wished they'd kept DoW going as an RTS and kept making games in the Space Marine: Squad Command series to continue that trend. I thought that game handled squad combat pretty well
  4. 1. You don't need to create a Microsoft email to link the OS to. I used my existing Googlemail one and it worked fine. 2. When you reinstall windows 10 using an image created by the Microsoft installation Utility, and log in using the same email, it should find your previous key and it should work fine 3. If you have changed your hardware at all the "Invalid Windows" message will turn up in the bottom left corner. If you follow the instruction it gives you, it will give you the option to say "Yes this is the same PC with a different configuration", and will deactivate the previous configuration. I had to do this when I swapped out my CPU/MB, but it was the cleanest re-installation I've ever done. High point of Win10 for me
  5. I just ordered a 500GB Samsung 960 Evo NVMe PCIe Drive. Damn large price to pay but I just want to see how they perform. If the specs are anything to go buy it should be on a whole 'nother level. Can't wait to use it to replace my 850 as my OS drive. Should come today
  6. Well if you run 4 graphic cards and want to watercool them, the cpu, memory and heck nowadays your ssd's I think you'd need all 3 rad bays Thing is if your running 4 cards in sli, there no space to mount a cooler on all of them, you'd still only be using one cooler on GPU's right?, and you gonna be using rads for you RAM?
  7. tbh unless you plan to carry your PC to work everyday, or you are a hobbit and can't fit it in your house, just get the biggest case you can. Plenty of room for airflow, components and coolers on all edges (some with specific bays for them), allowing some people to liquid cool their CPU and GPU with space to spare. What could you use a 3rd radiator bay for btw? just curious
  8. Yeah that sort of information doesn't tend to be included in the stats on websites that aggregate them. Best idea is to look at the website of case manufacturers you like. They tend to have full specifications. For example the NZXT website lists how many radiators of what size fit in the top, bottom and back of the case
  9. AMD Athlon II X3 Triple Core Running at 3.4GHz ASRock M3A UCC 8GB Dual Channel Corsair AMD HD Radeon 5670 1GB No Solid State Drives Seagate Barracuda HDD 500GB NZXT Phantom 3x 200mm Fans 3x 120mm Fans XFX Pro 750W 1 x 21" Asus LCD Some Really Old Dell Speakers Razer Country United Kingdom As you can see some things included atm are extremely bad xD
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