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xHadrian

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About xHadrian

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    Member

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Somewhere.
  • Interests
    Cars, computers.

System

  • CPU
    i7 5820K
  • Motherboard
    MSI X99 GAMING PRO CARBON
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury 16GB DDR4 2400 MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 980 Ti GAMING 6G
  • Case
    NZXT H440
  • Storage
    2 TB WD BLACK, SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250 GB
  • PSU
    Seasonic X-Series 1050W XM Gold +
  • Display(s)
    ASUS 27" VG278HE
  • Cooling
    Custom Hardline with 360 + 240 Rad
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Chroma
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud Core
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Thanks for the help, I was concerned as I remember before going hard-line that my core and package temps were the same.
  2. Hey, so about a month ago I finished my first hard-line loop. However, I've noticed that there is around a 10~ degree difference between my package and core temps. I didn't really think much about it, since it was a new loop, but now 1 and a half months later it's starting to bother me. Any help would be appreciated. Specs: i7 5820k @stock GTX 980 Ti @stock 240 rad 360 rad Thermaltake Riing Fans H440
  3. Use this with an AIO: https://www.nzxt.com/products/kraken-g12-white
  4. Update: New board (MSI X99A Gaming Carbon) just arrived. I bought a Hyper 212 Evo as well, to be able to test my PC on air. Drained loop, connected everything to new board and plugged in the card (with its air-cooler) to the new board, and everything works! Played around in windows for around 10 minutes, and run a Cinebench OpenGL test, and everything's good.. Turns out old board was defective. I cannot express how happy I currently am, as this project has been going on for around a month now and has drained me a lot. I'll post a final update once I get everything on water.
  5. I'd recommend you get a Cooler Master AIO: http://www.coolermaster.com/amd-tr4-ryzen-threadripper-compatability/en/
  6. I believe SingularityComputers did it once, however the reservoir was custom-made by a company and he just polished it:
  7. Hey, so I was wondering if I could apply AS5 on my GPU? I know that it is non-conductive, however it is capacitive. Would that cause problems, since the GPU doesn't have a heatspreader? Thanks.
  8. This block was specially designed for the new Threadripper socket, and is for use in custom loops.
  9. Cases from CaseLabs, Fractal Design. They're usually optimized really well for watercooling.
  10. Nope, they're not noisy at all, however I'd need the controllers to control the RGB.
  11. So I'm playing to get the MSI X99A Gaming Pro Carbon, however it has only one PWM fan header. So I'm currently running a custom loop, with 6 first generation Thermaltake Riing Fans, which come each with a 3 fan controller. It's controlled by physical switches on the hub. So my question is, is it possible for me to run my pump off of the PWM header and the fan controllers over voltage, and then controlling the speed using the buttons on the hub? Thanks.
  12. Hey, so recently the PCIE slots on my Rampage V Extreme stopped working, so now I have to buy a new board. I was looking at the ASUS ROG Strix X99, but I've read a lot of reviews about it that it fries CPUs. What is the best X99 board do you guys think? My color scheme is black/red, but RGB would work too. Thanks.
  13. Update: Drained loop, stuck card in the second slot and worked fine, booted. Refilled system, all works well. After a few seconds, it just would give no output, however the system was still on. Basically the same problem. I'm pretty positive that it's a motherboard issue now, since the same exact thing happened to two cards that worked fine before. What do you guys think? Should I just go ahead and purchase a new motherboard? Note that both of these cards used to work before.
  14. Not too sure, but I'm pretty positive it should work.
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