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About reapzzer

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    Junior Member


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7 7820X
  • Motherboard
    Asus X299 TUF Mark I
  • RAM
    GSKill TridentZ RGB 4x8GB 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G
  • Case
    Phanteks enthoo evolv Tg
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Pro 512GB/Samsung 850 Evo 500GB/Seagate Expansion 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair HX850i
  • Display(s)
    Asus PG278Q/Acer G245HQ
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i + 2x Corsair HD140
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G19
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival Fnatic Edition/Razer Naga 2014
  • Sound
    Audio Technica ATH-M50x/Razer Man O' War/Logitech Z906
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. EKB KIT P360 on ASUS Maximus X

    Don't you have a dedicated pump connector on the motherboard designed only to have a 4pin PWM pump cable connected to it so that everything can be configured thoruh UEFI? You probably can connect it to that and set using some software or even in BIOS to react to the GPU temp but honestly if you set that pump to the lowest rpm with a liquid cooling loop like that the GPU temps will be very low either way so I wouldn't even bother with that.
  2. Increasing Ethernet Speed. ISP cap or not?

    Listening to this makes me feel sad for you and the way you get ripped off by your ISPs
  3. can you mix mix copper and acetal+nickel

    From what I know you can't mix cooper and aluminium wc stuff. Acetal+nickel is a cooper block just with nickel plating to make it shiny and acetal is the material the top of the block is made of which is basically plastic. So you should be fine
  4. Replacing a CPU is an easy thing especially on x299 because the backplate is mounted to the mobo so there's no need to remove the mobo from the case. Also if you'll stick to that 7820X I don't think it makes sense to go for that 6xSSD raid thing
  5. I'd cancel that CPU and get at least a 7900X if you are serious about that NVMe raid. 7820X has only 28 lanes (fine by me as I don't plan any nvme madness ) and when you want to use that many SSDs you will use 24 lanes of that 28 available and let's not forget that gpu
  6. If you have the 7740X (I assume you have this one based on your profile) You have only 16 CPU lanes (compared to 44 lanes on the i9s) So it's basically impossible to get any kind of SSD raid with adequate performance on this cpu (1GPU will eat every single lane this questionable x299 cpu has to offer).
  7. G-SYNC or 120HZ

    Then 120Hz. Bigger difference than GSync imo
  8. G-SYNC or 120HZ

    Why not both?
  9. 4k 60hz vs 1440p 144hz

    2 things : 144Hz all the way. It's just soooooo smooth, and the second one when in a year or so a game so power hungry will be released you can always drop to 1440p 60 and keep ultra settings
  10. Storage Capacity (Approximate/Actual Sizes)

    From what I know the approx size quoted by HDD manufacturers is 1024KB to 1000KB so I think you have the numbers in columns wrong. And that's also why when you buy a 2TB HDD for example you get 1,84TB even before formatting it.
  11. Designer Case

    I like it but it would be better if it was able do fit like an Matx board for SLI (when u have this much rad surface why not go overkill). Imagine a 7960X dual 1080ti presented like that with minimal noise at full power.
  12. [27" + 24"] vs. [24" + 24"] vs. Ultrawide

    Personally use a PG278Q as my main monitor and some cheap 1080p 24 inch as a second monitor. Personally I don't really have any issues with them being different resolution and size but obviously any surround config is not going to work (I use my 27 inch for gaming and the 24 inch for other stuff like TS management music and stuff.). So I'd say go for a 1440p144 IPS Gsync monitor and keep one (I'd keep both because I like screens :D) and buy some kind of an arm to free some desk space.
  13. The best audio interface?

    From what I know there is a USB version of that microphone. I'd look at that just to have less stuff needed for a mic to work unless you need that interface for more things.
  14. Which m.2 Drive to Choose?(Solved)

    It will work just at the max speed possible which in this case will be around that 1.25GB/s mark.
  15. Which m.2 Drive to Choose?(Solved)

    If the port is rated at PCIE 2.0 x2 speeds then the port would max out at around 1GB/s (if I did my calculation wrong please correct me). So you could just buy a cheaper nvme SSD like an intel 600P and the bottleneck should be less noticeable. I definitely not recommend you sticking in something like a 960 evo inside of that port.