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Comment reply on BDP's Completed Build: Big B in Little C

  • 5 months ago
  • 2 points

Well done cable management, unlike in my build, Which uses Cablemod cables and is done by lazy *** builder

Comment reply on MadMan97's Completed Build: Compact beast

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

And unfortunately i had to downgrade my PC build GPU wise already because of monetary issues i am having being currently unemployed. Swapped the 1080Ti Strix to 1060 3Gb (440€ of cash between the cards, so just a bit more than the difference in used market on my country of Finland)

Comment reply on MadMan97's Completed Build: Compact beast

  • 5 months ago
  • 2 points

There isn't that much of an benefit to upgrade from the Wraith Prism (i had the 3700X originally paired with 360 AiO in my old Define R6 build) and the boost clock difference was around 50-100Mhz even though the temps were around 20C lower on load. PBO and XFR bumped to the max

Comment reply on MadMan97's Completed Build: Compact beast

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Will do once i clean up the setup a bit

Comment reply on MadMan97's Completed Build: Compact beast

  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

I couldn't even place that with the spacers on. I even had to mount GPU to the case with only 1 screw to have more of an slot to push the GPU more inwards to the case for 1 fan to not hit the case itself. 2 other fans would've not even spun if not for spacers. But hey that's my problem picking up the Strix model of 1080Ti. I actually had to swap from my original 2080 Strix, that was part of my ATX Define R6 build to that to even have a GPU that would fit inside the case thickness wise. And i still have roughly the same framerates with this 1080Ti as with that 2080, but i don't have the constant driver problems i had and useless RTX FPS hog feature that couldn't be used anyways in most games

Comment reply on Xenon64's Completed Build: MAGfest 2019 LAN Room Mini-ITX Build

  • 17 months ago
  • 1 point

How are the GPU temps? Thinking of getting a Vega 64 Strix and i have this case (did you test PSU off of the case, as The fitment seems too tight to properly get air on 1-2 fans)

Comment reply on GoodTrips's Completed Build: Shadow Realm - First fork gaming desktop!

  • 18 months ago
  • 2 points

I've had this cooler outperform many 240 and 280 AiO's I've tested, as soon as you replace the fan with Corsair ML120 (AiO's with same fans or 140 version)

Comment reply on daes0707's Completed Build: Out with the Old; In with the New

  • 21 months ago
  • 1 point

Shame that those MSI boards you mentioned were the ones that really skimped on VRM componentry quality and their heatsinks. I had B350M Bazooka for a while, and with mild 3.9Ghz 1.33V OC on R5 1400 got the VRM to toasting hot 110C on gaming load (Asus is a lot better, but cooling is lacking a bit but not as bad as MSI), and the Asrock Pro4 is decent for what it is, but is actually only a 3+2 (with extra bits, but no real advantage) VRM design compared to other boards being 4+2

Comment reply on MadMan97's Completed Build: 3 Years of Upgrade/Downgrade

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

80-100FPS on most games when AA and AF off, as you don't really need them at 1440P though. I had an GTX 1070, but yeah, had to pay bills and downgrade

Comment reply on MadMan97's Completed Build: 3 Years of Upgrade/Downgrade

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

All about the Cilicon Lottery ;P and 1.41V of juice ;P

Comment reply on sam95's Completed Build: Spare PC AMD

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

I've had this exact case, but different looking front face

Comment reply on Volkerball's Completed Build: Mini-ITX Ryzen 5 1600 Sugo-SG13B Water Cooled Build in Japan

  • 33 months ago
  • 2 points

I Got my 1400 easily to 3.9ghz @1.375Vcore and load temps are at around 50-55c gaming, and stresstests 55-60c

Comment reply on alex_230's Completed Build: Black Mesa

  • 33 months ago
  • 1 point

What are your cpu temps with the maelstrom 240t cooler? I've been thinking about purchasing it

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