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Mark 17

 

 

Gaming PC 

The goal is to keep temp low, high FPS (above 100fps) running 1080p or 1440p and game highest level detail (1080P ), game mid level detail (1440P) and must be intel LAN

 

 

 

CPU Cooler:   NH-U12S chromax black

https://noctua.at/en/nh-u12s-chromax-black

 

 

 

PSU: Seasonic PRIME TX-650 ( SSR-650TR)

https://seasonic.com/prime-tx

 

 

 

Casing: PURE BASE 500DX

https://www.bequiet.com/en/case/1854

 

 

 

 

Note:

Why i choose this mode:

 

CPU Cooler:  one of the better mid size cooler 

 

PSU: based on johnguru. it was one of the few top tier psu marker and one the best psu

 

Casing: first choice was Lian-Li Lancool II Mesh but it was not available in SG market, 2nd choice PURE BASE 500DX, able to have 5 of 14cm fans in 4 fans (with dust filter)  in with 1 fan out (no dust filter), enough space for big gpu, big psu and tall cpu heatsink.

 

 

old build and only see the latest build, if the part is not on the latest build it mean item not decided yet https://mugentech.net/index.php?/topic/2128-my-new-computer-build-mark-16/

 

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The production model Mark 24 nuclear bomb was 61.4 by 296 inches (1.56 by 7.52 m) long, with a weight between 41,000 and 42,000 pounds (18,600 and 19,100 kg). It was in service between 1954 and 1956, with a total of 105 units produced. The Mark 24 included a 64-foot-diameter (20 m) parachute to slow its descent.

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Mark 18

 

 

Gaming PC 

The goal is to keep temp low, high FPS (above 100fps) running 1080p or 1440p and game highest level detail (1080P ), game mid level detail (1440P) and must be intel LAN

 

 

 

CPU Cooler:   NH-U12S chromax black

https://noctua.at/en/nh-u12s-chromax-black

 

 

 

PSU: Seasonic PRIME TX-650 ( SSR-650TR)

https://seasonic.com/prime-tx

 

 

 

Casing: PURE BASE 500DX

https://www.bequiet.com/en/case/1854

 

 

 

Fans: ARCTIC P14 PWM PST (intake) + Noctua NF-A14 FLX (exhaust)

https://www.arctic.ac/en/P14-PWM-PST/ACFAN00138A

https://noctua.at/en/products/fan/nf-a14-flx

 

 

Note:

Why i choose this part:

 

CPU Cooler:  one of the better mid size cooler 

 

PSU: based on johnguru. it was one of the few top tier psu marker and one the best psu

 

Casing: first choice was Lian-Li Lancool II Mesh but it was not available in SG market, 2nd choice PURE BASE 500DX, able to have 5 of 14cm fans in 4 fans (with dust filter)  in with 1 fan out (no dust filter), enough space for big gpu, big psu and tall cpu heatsink.

 

Fans: Arctic P Series fans have Audiable Tone Issue at a Certain RPM Range due to design flaw. The tone just a bit louder than 1170 RPM and between 1470 to 1490 RPM.  Other then that, it noise and CFM is almost the same with Noctua but at a much cheaper price. 

 

For Noctua it is to be use for exhaust for it reliability and durability. If money not a issues . all 5 fans will be NF-A14 FLX   

 

 

 

 

old build and only see the latest build, if the part is not on the latest build it mean item not decided yet https://mugentech.net/index.php?/topic/2128-my-new-computer-build-mark-16/

 

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Mark 25

 

 

Gaming PC 

The goal is to keep temp low, high FPS (above 100fps) running 1080p or 1440p and game highest level detail (1080P ), game mid level detail (1440P) and must be intel LAN

 

 

 

CPU Cooler:   nh-u14s

https://noctua.at/en/nh-u14s

 

 

 

PSU: Seasonic PRIME TX-650 ( SSR-650TR)

https://seasonic.com/prime-tx

 

 

 

Casing: PURE BASE 500DX

https://www.bequiet.com/en/case/1854

 

 

 

Fans: ARCTIC P14 PWM PST (intake) + Noctua NF-A14 FLX (exhaust)

https://www.arctic.ac/en/P14-PWM-PST/ACFAN00138A

https://noctua.at/en/products/fan/nf-a14-flx

 

 

CPU:  AMD Ryzen7 5800X

https://www.amd.com/en/products/cpu/amd-ryzen-7-5800x

 

 

Motherboard: Asus ROG STRIX-B550-f Gaming

https://www.asus.com/sg/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-B550-F-GAMING/

 

 

 

Note:

Why i choose this part:

 

CPU Cooler:  one of the better mid size cooler 

 

PSU: based on johnguru. it was one of the few top tier psu marker and one the best psu

 

Casing: first choice was Lian-Li Lancool II Mesh but it was not available in SG market, 2nd choice PURE BASE 500DX, able to have 5 of 14cm fans in 4 fans (with dust filter)  in with 1 fan out (no dust filter), enough space for big gpu, big psu and tall cpu heatsink.

 

Fans: Arctic P Series fans have Audiable Tone Issue at a Certain RPM Range due to design flaw. The tone just a bit louder than 1170 RPM and between 1470 to 1490 RPM.  Other then that, it noise and CFM is almost the same with Noctua but at a much cheaper price. 

For Noctua it is to be use for exhaust for it reliability and durability. If money not a issues . all 5 fans will be NF-A14 FLX   

 

CPU: For my usage, 5800X is more then enough

 

Motherboard: 2nd choice was gigabyte b550 aorus pro or STRIX-B550-f Gaming (Wifi version)

 

 

 

 

old build and only see the latest build, if the part is not on the latest build it mean item not decided yet https://mugentech.net/index.php?/topic/2128-my-new-computer-build-mark-16/

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Mark 27

 

 

Gaming PC 

The goal is to keep temp low, high FPS (above 100fps) running 1080p or 1440p and game highest level detail (1080P ), game mid level detail (1440P) and must be intel LAN

 

 

 

CPU Cooler:   nh-u14s

https://noctua.at/en/nh-u14s

 

 

 

PSU: Seasonic PRIME GX-750

https://seasonic.com/prime-gx

 

 

 

Casing: PURE BASE 500DX

https://www.bequiet.com/en/case/1854

 

 

 

Fans: ARCTIC P14 PWM PST (intake) + Noctua NF-A14 FLX (exhaust)

https://www.arctic.ac/en/P14-PWM-PST/ACFAN00138A

https://noctua.at/en/products/fan/nf-a14-flx

 

 

Motherboard: Asus ROG STRIX-B550-f Gaming

https://www.asus.com/sg/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-B550-F-GAMING/

 

 

CPU: 

 

 

 

 

Note:

Why i choose this part:

 

CPU Cooler:  one of the better mid size cooler 

 

PSU: based on johnguru. it was one of the few top tier psu marker and one the best psu.. use this to get the idea, what the correct watt to buy, https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator

 

Also do take note of the PSU efficiency. for me gold is the best, even when titanium psu is much more efficiency, the it will take me over 12yr just save that $80 

 

Casing: first choice was Lian-Li Lancool II Mesh but it was not available in SG market, 2nd choice PURE BASE 500DX, able to have 5 of 14cm fans in 4 fans (with dust filter)  in with 1 fan out (no dust filter), enough space for big gpu, big psu and tall cpu heatsink.

 

Fans: Arctic P Series fans have Audiable Tone Issue at a Certain RPM Range due to design flaw. The tone just a bit louder than 1170 RPM and between 1470 to 1490 RPM.  Other then that, it noise and CFM is almost the same with Noctua but at a much cheaper price. 

For Noctua it is to be use for exhaust for it reliability and durability. If money not a issues . all 5 fans will be NF-A14 FLX   

 

CPU: 

 

Motherboard: 2nd choice was gigabyte b550 aorus pro or STRIX-B550-f Gaming (Wifi version)

 

 

 

 

old build and only see the latest build, if the part is not on the latest build it mean item not decided yet https://mugentech.net/index.php?/topic/2128-my-new-computer-build-mark-16/

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2 hours ago, Satki said:

Ah @The_King

 

 

By the time you finish, new t3ch stuff are available

 

 

It ok. I learn from experience that.

 

I can never catch up with technology. Me delaying is because of money, waiting for old generation of pc tech to drop price

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