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Logarythym's Completed Build: 2005 Rig

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 3 months ago

that big *** speaker in the front is giving me way too much nostalgia

legendarypoet's Completed Build: Noc Noc, Who's There?! F@H Build

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 3 months ago

replacing those noctua fans with grey ones honestly makes this build SUPER SEXY because the light on the noctua heatsink is not as stupid looking with the ugly *** fans lmao.

bsmods's Completed Build: BSMods - Spitfire

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 3 months ago

You could put this in a glass case or something and have a monitor connected up to it that runs a monitor with a unigine benchmark constantly going or something at 1440p or 4k.

LabtecLCS's Completed Build: Revision 2: Standard R5 1600/1070 Upgrade

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 3 months ago

why is the motherboard have b350 in the name but it say x370 in the right corner lmao.

SuperGT's Completed Build: Aesthetically Finalized

AmateurPCGuy 2 points 4 months ago

these temps are actually insane. 64 degrees for gpu and a 2.05ghz clock. thats some good **** right there. and the cpu too. 63 degrees...I could never pull something this good off, im too ghetto at pc building lol. round of applause for build quality, its actually awesome.

midegg's Completed Build: Party for 1

AmateurPCGuy 2 points 4 months ago

82 degrees is a bit high. definitely something to look out for but don't worry about it too much. just make sure your card doesn't overheat, depending on ambient room temps.

gbarsih's Completed Build: Basic Ultrawide

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 4 months ago

is the temperature under load or is it idle? if its idle, something wrong.

feteabc's Completed Build: My recent AMD 2600 build

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 4 months ago

if you want a good cpu cooler that is small and will cool this processor well (not as well as other solutions considering its a 120 something watt tdp) go for the NH L9x65 from noctua. I first used it on my athlon x4 950 (lol that thing runs stupid hot)) but then switched to a 2600 (not the motherboard, but thats soon.) At idle, I was getting like 31 degrees celsius but when I checked HWMonitor, I was getting 81 degrees celsius (I had suspicions that this was incorrect or a software glitch because when I checked Ryzen Master or even during a benchmark with Unigine, the temps were always MUCH lower, 40 degrees less, not including the offset. When I updated hwmonitor, it gave me the correct temps.) In reality, my temps were about 41 degrees at its highest point and 31 degrees at its lowest, since it kept jumping

Forum Topic "First time building a pc"

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 13 months ago

no for real i got mine for 20 dollars

Forum Topic "First time building a pc"

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 13 months ago

you can get windows 10 much cheaper

Forum Topic "Am I doing this right?"

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 13 months ago

I KNOW RIGHT HOW IT COST MORE THAN A GT 1030 LOL

DaneshL's Completed Build: FIRST RYZEN GAMING BUILD!

DaneshL's Completed Build: FIRST RYZEN GAMING BUILD!

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 18 months ago

also i did a pros and cons thingy but it wasnt for your pc in general.

DaneshL's Completed Build: FIRST RYZEN GAMING BUILD!

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 18 months ago

ok

DaneshL's Completed Build: FIRST RYZEN GAMING BUILD!

AmateurPCGuy 2 points 18 months ago

great start though. I know it is not the best PC around but it's good enough. also ryzen is great because it offers upgradibility and power regardless of which one you choose. amd really kicking intels *** lol. if you dont mind, im gonna link your build on my website because im doing a comparison between prebuilt pc and custom.

Dozrock's Completed Build: $470 Ryzen 3 Build

AmateurPCGuy 1 point 18 months ago

dude fix your cable management not because it looks bad but it could cause airflow and temperature problems.

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