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  • Birthday 20/08/1989

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    Asus B460-I Gaming
    Intel Core i5 10400F + NH-L9i chromax.black
    EVGA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER SC ULTRA
    Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 2 x 8GB 2666MHz C16
    Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB + Western Digital My Book 4TB
    Corsair SF450
    Node 202 + 2 x NF-A12x15 PWM

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  1. It will work, but it also depends on the processor. B460 chipsets (any non-Z chipset) do not allow overclocking or a higher frequency than the processor supports. I7-i9 processors support 2933 i3-i5 processors support 2666 so if you have an i5 or i3 processor 3200 memory will work in 2666 and not in 2933 even though the board is compatible. In addition you will run XMP PROFILE because without it it will probably be lower even than 2666.
  2. Hi friends I built an HTPC computer and after a while I decided to upgrade it to be suitable for games on 4K or at least 1440P. I expected the parts to be hotter than in a spacious and airy case but I did not think so. The main problem is of course the processor and video card. The card is fine in terms of temperature, the problem is that it emits boiling air into the case, which is common for other things to boil and especially for the processor. Before that upgrade I had 1650 SUPER and the temps were reasonable (CPU 30 at rest and 80 85 at effort in STRESS TEST, card 35 at rest and 85 90 at effort) Love it and unhealthy for heat
  3. Asus B460-I Gaming Intel Core i5 10400F + NH-L9i chromax.black EVGA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER SC ULTRA Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 2 x 8GB 2666MHz C16 Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB + Western Digital My Book 4TB Corsair SF450 Node 202 + 2 x NF-A12x15 PWM
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