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PC Building

Anubhav29
Adept I

Gaming PC Setup

I built a gaming PC system with AMD RYZEN 5 7600X CPU paired with RX 7600XT Graphic card on MSI B650M Gaming wifi Motherboard with 1TB SSD and 16GB RAM

Ant eSports Power Supply 700W & Ant eSports Ice-C612 V2 CPU Cooler in Ant eSports cabinet 

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BigAl01
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That looks pretty good.  Is your 1 TB SSD an M.2 drive?  What types of games are you intending to play on it?

As Albert Einstein said, "I could have done so much more with a Big Al's Computer!".

Yes and I'd like to play all latest high graphic games

Which game(s) are you currently playing? Or wanting to play? Nice setup!

I was testing Alan Wake 2 & Marvel's SpiderMan Remastered 

BigAl01
Volunteer Moderator

You should monitor your CPU and GPU temperatures while gaming to see if they are getting above 70 C.  If the CPU is getting a bit warm, I would add a second fan to the CPU cooler.  If the GPU is getting a bit warm, perhaps another fan could be mounted in the side panel or in the lower front.

As Albert Einstein said, "I could have done so much more with a Big Al's Computer!".
mengelag
Volunteer Moderator

CPU would be fine at 70c though. I don't even want to tell you what mine hits...lol

 

Ryzen 7800X3D - RTX 4090 FE - MSI Tomahawk X670e MB - 64gb 6000mhz G-Skill Neo - Noctua NH D15 - Seasonic Focus V3 GX-1000W PSU - 4TB Samsung Gen. 5 NVMe - Fractal Torrent Case - ROG PG48UQ OLED
cpurpe91
Volunteer Moderator

My Ryzen 7 7700X hits 89c at times, depending on how CPU intensive the game is.

Ryzen 7 7700X, MSI MAG X670E Tomahawk Wifi, Corsair DOMINATOR® TITANIUM RGB 2x16GB DDR5 DRAM 6000MT/s CL30, AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT, Corsair HX Series™ HX1000, Corsair MP600 PRO NH 4TB

Which game are you playing?

mine was under temp, how is yours?

what are the specs of your PC?

BigAl01
Volunteer Moderator

My latest build (Wine-Cool) was measured a few weeks ago:

 

I reviewed the temperatures of the GPU and CPU while at idle and after I had been gaming for a while (playing World of Tanks - Blitz).  The temperatures are fine and didn't change as much as I would have expected.

 

Idle temperatures:  GPU = 44 C, CPU = 39 C

gaming temperatures:  GPU = 48 C, CPU = 43 C

 

That's only a 4 C increase for both components.  I was using Adrenalin 24.6.1 to monitor the temperatures.  I also disabled the integrated graphics in the BIOS so I wouldn't be wasting that power.  I will only use the video card for graphics with this machine.

As Albert Einstein said, "I could have done so much more with a Big Al's Computer!".
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mengelag
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Mine also on the 7700X PC

Ryzen 7800X3D - RTX 4090 FE - MSI Tomahawk X670e MB - 64gb 6000mhz G-Skill Neo - Noctua NH D15 - Seasonic Focus V3 GX-1000W PSU - 4TB Samsung Gen. 5 NVMe - Fractal Torrent Case - ROG PG48UQ OLED

aren't we both having the same series of processor

Anubhav29
Adept I

I changed my Power supply because it got shot while i was testing game and replaced it with corsair CX750W 

BigAl01
Volunteer Moderator

It got shot?  Was that a first person shooter game?  I didn't realize the dangers in gaming.

As Albert Einstein said, "I could have done so much more with a Big Al's Computer!".
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