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Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Backpack-able 3.3L 2400G Powerhouse

  • 10 months ago
  • 1 point

This motherboard has two 4-pin fan headers. Hope this helped!

Comment reply on Matthew.schuppel's Completed Build: Under $500 Build AND Keep Your GF

  • 12 months ago
  • 4 points

Not the original person, but integrated graphics are extremely limited by memory bandwidth. When you have a dual-channel RAM kit (2x4) you are doubling the amount of data the graphics can pass back and forth from RAM, which can lead to a 40% performance increase in any GPU-related tasks.

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Ryzen 2200G NCase Build w/ Stock Cooler Overclock

  • 12 months ago
  • 1 point

If you're building this with the intention of upgrading in the future, I'd honestly go with the 2200G to save the money, and get a good B450 board. Zen 2 is coming next year and will be socket compatible with AM4 B450 boards, and if you plan on getting a dGPU in the future, the 2200G will do just fine for you until that time comes.

If you plan on just doing the APU by itself, and not upgrading the APU or GPU in the future, then you should get a much smaller and cheaper case lol.

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Backpack-able 3.3L 2400G Powerhouse

  • 13 months ago
  • 1 point

So Gigabyte support and other users have stated they didn't have the same problem with SOC VRM buzzing that I did, so I just had back luck. As far as the voltage issues, as long as you go into your BIOS and set them manually, you should be fine.

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Ryzen 2200G NCase Build w/ Stock Cooler Overclock

  • 14 months ago
  • 2 points

Hey, so I just saw this sorry. The Ryzen APUs have a dead zone between 1400-1500 MHz, so you're better of skipping straight to 1500MHz, setting the voltage to 1.175 on the SOC and working from there. Hopefully this still helps, sorry!

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Backpack-able 3.3L 2400G Powerhouse

  • 14 months ago
  • 1 point

I'd considered looking into that, but the 150W PSU actually has plenty of capacity, I'm mostly held back by thermals on the VRM.

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Backpack-able 3.3L 2400G Powerhouse

  • 14 months ago
  • 2 points

I used HWInfo64, it was reliable on everything except for VRM voltages. I basically would load the system for an extended time to soak different parts of the PC, then boot into the uefi as fast as I could to see if the temperatures matched up, and they did.

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Ryzen 2200G NCase Build w/ Stock Cooler Overclock

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

I definitely suggest it! Someone on reddit found this awesome case that lets you keep things SFF without breaking the budget: https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comments/83a81c/ultra_budget_sff_apu_option_46l_case_for_17/

I wish I'd found this earlier, but of course I love my NCase :)

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Ryzen 2200G NCase Build w/ Stock Cooler Overclock

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Thanks! Just a couple of friends helping each other out being nerds :)

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Ryzen 2200G NCase Build w/ Stock Cooler Overclock

  • 21 months ago
  • 3 points

Good friends make for good deals :) he needed the 75 to justify an upgrade for his A4 build, so everyone is happy!

Comment reply on Raulnor516's Completed Build: Ryzen 2200G NCase Build w/ Stock Cooler Overclock

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

Unfortunately it doesn't, I've had it since before Freesync was a thing... That's next on the upgrade list!

Comment reply on majim's Completed Build: Rookie build

  • 21 months ago
  • 2 points

If you are hoping to maximize GPU power, I'd suggest returning the RAM and getting a 2x4gb kit running at least 3000 MHz. The Vega iGPU is extremely memory speed dependent, and you'll get a lot more performance out of it with faster RAM.

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