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Sit & Wait

by jymmm


Waiting & saving for a graphics card next. Tempted by the 1660Ti but will wait and see what the next gen AMD looks like. I also still need a 1080p capable monitor.

I'm impressed with the 2400g. I've overclocked the graphics (1240MHz>1575MHz) and the ram (3200Mhz) and I'm able to play the few games I was interested in although not at 1080p. The Stock cooler needed to go though.

Originally I used Ryzen master to do the over clocking. This caused cold booting issues; it wouldn't post from a cold shut down (restarted ok though). Works fine using the bios. I'm not sure why?

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SAyyS 1 point 7 days ago

Hey, I'm new to this so correct me if I'm wrong but won't a 2400G cause a bottleneck with the 1660Ti? (Because I am planning to use a 1660 with a Ryzen 5 2600).

jymmm submitter 1 Build 2 points 7 days ago

In some causes it might but I don't know as I've not tried it. Would depend on the game too.

I'm using the 2400g as a 'bridge' cpu really. Once I have a graphics card + monitor I can overclock the cpu until I feel it needs to be replaced. By that time Ryzen 3rd gen will be available and the current gen will hopefully be cheaper too. So lots of upgrade options.

SAyyS 1 point 7 days ago

Okay thank you for the info, much appreciated. :)

RoryEdits 1 point 7 days ago

If youre looking for basic 1080p monitors check the used market, i picked up one for 40$ and later took up a deal of 2 1080p monitor, mouse and kb for 40$ as well

jymmm submitter 1 Build 2 points 7 days ago

Sounds absurd but I hadn't actually thought about the used market as an option. So thanks for reminding me !