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Octavialicious

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About Octavialicious

  • Title
    6ft goddess
  • Birthday October 22

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Interests
    basketball and music
  • Biography
    dab on em
  • Occupation
    dropout

System

  • CPU
    i5-9400F
  • Motherboard
    MSI 360M Mortar
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballistix 2x8GB
  • GPU
    RTX 2060 Super
  • Storage
    1TB Samsung QVO SSD
  • PSU
    Enermax Digifanless 550W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung U28D590D 28" (4K)

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  1. bro I didnt know pcpartpicker had monitors! thats fucking sick ty
  2. If it is on amazon that would be dope, newegg is cool too. I was hoping to find something with these traits: - 100+ Hz - 1440p 21:9 - Freesync - under $850 I've found a couple, but is there like a BIG big one? Like I was looking at a 31.5" 16x9 monitor, is there one that is massive like that too (that is 21:9)? I dont want it to just be wide, I want it to be big tall AND wide. Like my current monitor is 28", is there one that is that tall but wider? I dont want to lose vertical height if that makes sense, I just want to add width thank u for ur help
  3. sorry to ask u again, but is the neptwin gonna touch my ram sticks? I have corsair vengeance lpx so they r low profile but r they low enough
  4. OK, ty I go with neptwin and put p12 on there tysm friend
  5. also its 16mm bigger width vs. mugen, so it will be closer to gpu. do u think there is enough clearance? btw tysm for ur help u r hero ily
  6. do u trust the neptwin? it says 159mm (my case supports 159mm exactly) the 212 Evo I have rn fits and is 159mm, but do u think I can trust their measurements?
  7. USA, amazon would be dope if its on there im getting a 9700k, i dont want crazy overclocks or anything. 4.7 or 4.8 GHz all cores would be nice (if that is reasonable) I dont want any features really, it would be cool if I could do push pull though. The gigabyte board has a beefy chunk of stuff near the I/O shield so idk if I could put another fan on the mugen I dont rlly care about stock fans as im slapping noctua p12 fans on there, I dont care about RGB
  8. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07J9YH428/ref=crt_ewc_title_dp_8?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER This is the motherboard I'm using. I was looking at the scythe fuma or mugen, but I'm afraid of them touching the back of my video card, idk if they fit I was also thinking of a push pull 120mm aio, because ik that would fit. But im unsure of it's good I could put a 240mm in the front, but I dont want my GPU to have to use hot air pls help, case is CM q300p
  9. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07BHHP71C/ref=ox_sc_act_image_9?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 What metal is in there? It says titanium heat exchanger, is that where the water touches? so how does that work with copper? I'm worried I don't want any corrosion should I try getting nickel plated stuff?
  10. I've been seeing mixed information. I see a lot of mineral oil PC's that just sit in the oil, but in the LTT video and in some of the builds I see them pump the oil through a radiator Do I need to use a radiator or no? Can I use a d5 or do I need a special pump? ty
  11. Can you use a premixed fluid or does it have to be water?
  12. ty for this, is hooking it straight up a death sentence or is it just not ideal? I'm in a pretty small space so idk if id have more room for a seperate loop I'm also downsizing to a ryzen chip, so the heat output shouldnt be as much. I also dont even plan to set it that low, just something manageable. There are way better methods to get normal temps but I just thought using a chiller would be neat Speaking im not going for super low temps do I need to use anything other than distilled water? I'm going to try getting good flow like you said, I'm definitely using at least x2 of a D5 or DDC, or I guess I could use the little giant or whatever that linus used, I'm unsure
  13. I know that hard drives can die due to vibration but what about normal PC components? Like CPU, GPU, RAM, PSU I ask because I want to stack a water chiller on top of a PC case, but I dont want it to hurt the parts with vibration ty for ur input
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