is it possible to get an out of warranty board repaired from the manufacturer's service center by paying the required fee?
May be possible in some cases but certainly not worth the time & money spent.Used pc components are your best bet,just see erodov & techenclave forums bazaar section or even olx in your city.is it possible to get an out of warranty board repaired from the manufacturer's service center by paying the required fee?
Many recent posts about poor MSI after sales support on reddit(/r/IndianGaming) though most cases are of graphics cards & laptops. Still MSI B450 Tomahawk & gaming pro carbon ac are the best reviewed/best quality mobos in their price range so unless one is very unlucky,little chances of even requiring after sales support in warranty period.
Yes but more than that it is AMD new policy that makes it almost mandatory for mobo manufacturers to put a chipset fan.It is mainly because of increased pcie lanes for NVMe drives.However most users will never see this fan spinning or spinning at very low rates because of this as very few users run multiple NVMe drives.Btw Gigabyte X570 AORUS XTREME is the only X570 mobo currently not having a fan but that is because its design is such that entire mobo is kind of a heat sink(also it costs almost 60k).why do the x570 mobos have chipset coolers for the southbridge?do these boards run hotter than usual at default settings?
I think many of them confused theitware(based in mumbai) with theitdepot(based in chennai). @shreeux may know something more about how theitdepot is.^wow,the price looks good-i called vedant earlier today,they said this mobo was currently out of stock but will be restocked within a few days-their price:10200 +taxes.
but is theitedepot reliable?i've read many negative reviews about them on google.
Go with thesei am thinking of getting one of these 3 configs,purpose would be mostly gaming:
1. R5 3600+X570 mobo
2. r5 2600+ b450 mobo
3. i5 9400f+b365 mobo
which of these would be better suited in the long run?The i5 setup is the cheapest whereas the r5 3600 setup is the most expensive as an entry level x570 board costs around 15k.
The intel option looks good but i want to avoid it this time around as mobos for intel cpus become hard to find when the platform gets older,which doesn't seem to be the case with amd.
The r5 2600 offers a nice middle ground between the 2,more so as it can be paired with any sub 7k b450 mainboard,thereby driving the overall cost down.Will the r5 2600 offer a decent experience in gaming,esp. in demanding titles like AC origins etc which are particularly taxing on the cpu?
Is there any compelling need to opt for the r5 3600 over the 2600,when gaming is the primary requirement?will the former be more future proof(for the next 5-6 yrs)?
which b450 mobo supports ryzen out of the box ? b450 tomahawk max is available but its grossly overpriced between 12-13k,which makes buying it a total waste when x570 boards can be bought for around 15k