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    Errr, don't think so? I've recycled my ~10yo semi-modular 500W PSU ("Black Power", was it? Can't remember) for my Ryzen 5 system and It's been chugging along happily. Then again I'm not exactly keeping up with the new tech, maybe someone else will pitch in. But I haven't tried to put the desktop to sleep yet (since it takes like 15 seconds to boot, wheee).

    Man, having a current-gen PC sure is a weird experience for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordstern View Post
    Working on a shopping list for a Ryzen build, and I have a question. I have a spare Zalman ZM500-HP PSU lying around from some years ago (still in the shrink wrap). I use one just like it in my Ivy Bridge system, but I doubt it's "Haswell-ready". Do the Ryzen chips have enhanced sleep states like Haswell that require a newer PSU?

    Oh, and I'm working on a photo gallery for the build I finished last month. Will be up soon.
    Ryzen has c-states like intel does. No idea why youd need a newer power supply though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckslayer View Post

    Ryzen has c-states like intel does. No idea why youd need a newer power supply though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckslayer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Nordstern View Post
    Working on a shopping list for a Ryzen build, and I have a question. I have a spare Zalman ZM500-HP PSU lying around from some years ago (still in the shrink wrap). I use one just like it in my Ivy Bridge system, but I doubt it's "Haswell-ready". Do the Ryzen chips have enhanced sleep states like Haswell that require a newer PSU?

    Oh, and I'm working on a photo gallery for the build I finished last month. Will be up soon.
    Ryzen has c-states like intel does. No idea why youd need a newer power supply though.
    Haswell introduced new c-states, some of which are very low in terms of power output, and most power supplies have a minimum operating current. Pre Haswell power supplies might not play nicely with it.

    Shouldn't really matter, you can just disable the relevant ultra low power options in operating system, and BIOS won't use them. I can't actually find out if Ryzen uses the same states or something completely different, but then I haven't done much reading on the matter.
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    Get a new PSU dude. Old one isn’t RGB.


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    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/virtual...at748302027888

    Get a VR-Ready one for ultimate compatibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/virtual...at748302027888

    Get a VR-Ready one for ultimate compatibility.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zekk Pacus View Post
    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/virtual...at748302027888

    Get a VR-Ready one for ultimate compatibility.
    The fuck.

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    I wonder if IKEA has a VR-ready desk as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan Dax View Post
    I wonder if IKEA has a VR-ready desk as well.
    I have an Ikea desk. Rift requires at least 3 feet between sensors, and my latest build sits on my desk, not under it. Even if I put the sensor right up against the case, I am 4 inches short of that requirement.
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    Looking to build a cheap linux computer. I have a 660Ti, but otherwise I will need all the components. I want an AMD processor and a decent SSD, something like 128gb.

    Looking to spend as little as possible for moderate performance, mostly for some scripting projects and other stuff. Any tips for specifics on processor/mobo/PSU etc?
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    If 128GB is enough, try to get a used one. They can be super cheap.
    I got two of them for free from work because we can't use them any more.

    I even found a fast'ish m.2 disk for 50 EUR on local craigslist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAfroMan View Post
    Looking to build a cheap linux computer. I have a 660Ti, but otherwise I will need all the components. I want an AMD processor and a decent SSD, something like 128gb.

    Looking to spend as little as possible for moderate performance, mostly for some scripting projects and other stuff. Any tips for specifics on processor/mobo/PSU etc?
    https://m.newegg.com/products/N82E16819113481

    Plus an A320 mobo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuackBot View Post
    Idk about that, and i'm fucking stupid.

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    Looking at upgrading my old 3 ish years haf x gaming pc with a slimmer chassi and amd ryzen.
    Have zero clue what motherboard i should get.
    All i know I want to cram in at least 16 gigs of ram and a ryzen 1700 cpu.
    Plan is to replace everything even the 10 + year old dvd drive for some blue ray madness device.
    I got some asus prime x370 pro or gigabyte ax 370 gaming k series to pick.
    Got a samsung 1 tb ssd drive already bought.
    Now its getting into the harder parts. What you guys think would give the best quality experience without costing 1000 dollars.

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    Why X370 over B350?

    I wouldn't buy a board without an M.2 socket with PCIe NVMe support (not just SATA). But they're ~£59, or £73 with B350. Both of those also have 4 DIMM slots whereas what I saw from ASUS for comparable prices only had 2, other than this one.
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    Idk about that, and i'm fucking stupid.

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