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Comment reply on sirdarkness's Completed Build: Red/Black with a little Deadpool

  • 16 months ago
  • 1 point

i know you said you do a bit of gaming but mind if i ask how your frames do? I'm looking to upgrade to the new 2700x with a 1070ti and just wondering if i should just suck it up and get the 1080ti? Im usually just gaming with friends on Pubg, Fortnite, Overwatch and league of lengends.

Comment reply on Turndaddy's Completed Build: First computer build. ("MSI Rouge")

  • 20 months ago
  • 2 points

Cant say ive had any problems with the set up i have. Ive got the ram running steady at 2800 but wouldnt be surprised if i could push it a bit further. One thing i will mention is 8gb was barely enough for me as a gamer trying to play Pubg and have discord open with maybe 2 tabs on my browser, so i quickly picked up another 8gb pack (another two 4gb sticks). If you stream at all/ want to i would deffs invest in atleast 16gb of ram. Hope this helps :D

Comment reply on Turndaddy's Completed Build: First computer build. ("MSI Rouge")

  • 21 months ago
  • 1 point

You make a fair point but i just wanted to see what the new bottom line R3 had to offer. I do plan to upgrade to something new in the future, though what i have now works fine. I did manage to overclock it to a stable 3.9ghz and am thoroughly impressed with the performance increase.

Comment reply on Turndaddy's Completed Build: First computer build. ("MSI Rouge")

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

Yea ive watched some videos on youtube of people overclocking and it seems simple enough but im still just waiting till i find someone knowledgeable enough and close enough to me that i can watch them in person xD i just dont have wiggle room to go replacing my stuff asap if i break it xD

Comment reply on Turndaddy's Completed Build: First computer build. ("MSI Rouge")

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

Lol, yes i agree it is overkill. xD The power supply is the first thing i actually bought and i just wanted something with enough power if i wanted to upgrade and do a water cooling loop or run SLI i would be able to power everything :) that and i got it on a hell of a good deal in my town :P

Comment reply on Turndaddy's Completed Build: First computer build. ("MSI Rouge")

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

Sorry for me it depends on what im doing as to what i will use as a listening device. If im editing or just listening to music i like to use the speakers and go loud so i can use the sub. If im gaming or need to keep my sounds low ill use my headset with 7.1 surround.

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