Budget 41-50k Home PC + ML config by next year


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Got everything today and tried to assemble system and found motherboard is dead. TheItDepot said take to service center since it's 10+ days. Bad experience with Asrock. Even took to local shop and replaced everything PSU, ram, GPU, CPU, but no luck. Same components working on other MSI Mobo
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System showing Asrock logo then going blank.
Does the Mobo has Bios flashback button in its I/O area. If you have then use it flash the latest bios from Asrock website.
 

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I think it's better to go with 1kva
Does 650VA can't even support for 5 mins? My system is not consuming full power of 550. How does PSU work? It draw power what is actually required, like in my case it is less than 400W if I calculate or it draw power as per PSU Wattage whether that can be consumed or not.
 

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Does 650VA can't even support for 5 mins? My system is not consuming full power of 550. How does PSU work? It draw power what is actually required, like in my case it is less than 400W if I calculate or it draw power as per PSU Wattage whether that can be consumed or not.

https://outervision.com/b/2fJZ3q
So you need 700VA UPS based on all the components you are gonna use.
 

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I saw a Microtech UPS of 650 VA. Does that work? There is no 700VA and 1 KVA is out of my budget as of now. Entire rig costed 60k where as my budget was 50k (max side)
Check if Cyberpower models are available.
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Does 650VA can't even support for 5 mins? My system is not consuming full power of 550. How does PSU work? It draw power what is actually required, like in my case it is less than 400W if I calculate or it draw power as per PSU Wattage whether that can be consumed or not.
It draws whatever required. But depends on efficiency as well. E.g. if it is rated at 80, for providing 400W of power, it will draw 500W from wall plug.

For UPS, general thumb rule is factor of 0.6. So if you need say 420W of power, UPS should be about 700VA.
 

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Hi,
Finally system is up and running. Here are some snaps. Though I have to re-cable it again as I only fitted components to test if all ok now.
Need some tips on cabling. Should I route unused PSU cables on back side? I am not sure if that hole is big enough to send all those wires on back other side.

Asrock B450M Pro4-F
Ryzen 5 3600
GSkill Ripjaws 3200 MHz 8GB * 2
Samsung 860 EVO 250GB
LG 24MP59G IPS Panel
Corsair CX550
TP-Link wifi dongle
Zotac 1050 ti 4GB (resale)
CM Storm (old)
HDD 500GB * 3 (old)
HDD 2TB * 1 (old)
Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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I am yet to decide on UPS part. I checked with local shop and he said if I take Microtek 650VA and it won't work then he won't take it back as it will become open piece.
And 1000VA UPS is out of budget now.
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https://outervision.com/b/2fJZ3q
So you need 700VA UPS based on all the components you are gonna use.
I corrected the figures here as I am using 1 SSD and 4 SATA (not 6).
Also 1 120mm fan (not 3). This is the output of UPS recommendation I got.

 

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Asrock B450M Pro4-F - 6900 (from ITDepot including shipping)
Ryzen 5 3600 - 16500
GSkill Ripjaws 3200 MHz 8GB * 2 - 6300
Samsung 860 EVO 250GB - 3900
LG 24MP59G IPS Panel - 8500
Corsair CX550 - 4300
TP-Link wifi dongle - 500
Zotac 1050 ti 4GB (resale) - 6250
CM Storm (resale) - 2500
Windows 10 64 bit - 500
Keyboard, Mouse, Speaker - old

Total - 56150

Still looking for UPS, so consider 60k damage for entire config.
 
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