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Hey guys, some of you might know that I have been playing games on my working laptop (which is far from capable of actually being used for gaming). This means I had a lot of issues with not only playing the game (on the lowest settings possible) but also using teamspeak at the same time. After 2 moths of learning about pc components and software I’ve finally found the right parts and build it! The only thing left to do is installing software like windows and such. So I’ll join you guys soon in AA Proving Grounds (and teamspeak of course) ;)

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AMD Ryzen 5 3600
ASUS Tuf Gaming geforce 1660 Super
ASRock steel legend b450 motherboard
Samsung EVO 970 SSD 1TB
Be Quiet Pure rock slim
Be Quiet Pure power 11 600w
Be Quiet Pure Base 500DX (amazing case btw)
G.Skill ripjaws 8gb (2x) 3200
(Saved about €300 due to Black Friday)

I’ll show you guys the full setup when I’ve installed everything

(Fun fact: a new problem occurred, my desk is to small.....)
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looking good mate !!

nice cable management

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Nice and clean build

Tip #1. Rotate your cpu cooler 90', you are currently blowing up and pulling from your GPU. Ideally, you want to pull cool air from front and blow out the reat.
Tip #2. Don't forget to select your XMP profile for your memory in the bios :lol:

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-SD-CrashO wrote: Nice and clean build


Tip #2. Don't forget to select your XMP profile for your memory in the bios :lol:


what fool would do that for years ? .....

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-SD-CrashO wrote: Nice and clean build

Tip #1. Rotate your cpu cooler 90', you are currently blowing up and pulling from your GPU. Ideally, you want to pull cool air from front and blow out the reat.
Tip #2. Don't forget to select your XMP profile for your memory in the bios :lol:


Not sure if it is possible to rotate that cpu fan. If it is possible, would the thermal paste be “damaged” in the proces or is it just fine?

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The paste should be fine when it is this new, just make sure you pull it off straight (with some care, it tends to be a bit sticky and you don't want to rip out your cpu) and rotate it in the air. Don't try and rotate while it is still on top of the cpu.

If you were to move it a year from now, you would have to re-paste it as the paste would be dried out a bit.

And you would want to mount it with the fan on the RAM side (and the little arrow that is on the fan's plastic bit, pointing towards the back of the case) like so:

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That placement is with a intel cpu, with amd i can only switch it to go up or down i believe. is facing it up a problem?

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Well, you are currently taking the air that has been toasted by your GPU and using that hot air to cool your CPU. I'm not up on the particulars of that coolers mount, but it would be weird if the AMD configuration of it does not support front to back cooling.

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-SD-CrashO wrote: Well, you are currently taking the air that has been toasted by your GPU and using that hot air to cool your CPU. I'm not up on the particulars of that coolers mount, but it would be weird if the AMD configuration of it does not support front to back cooling.

Crash is right but it should be pulling away the air from the fins, so you be toasting the gpu is you have it like you have

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