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Everything posted by Octavialicious

  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
  14. I wanna overclock the threadripper chip a lot, I had a 240mmx2 rad setup but i dont think thats enough so i thought waterchiller would be cool
  15. also what kind of pump am i gonna need for this, im assuming a DDC wont be enough? would it work with another 2nd DDC or do I need a special big pump?
  16. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BHHP71C/ref=ox_sc_act_title_4?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 there is a 1/10 HP for cheaper but its not much more for 1/4, I dont know how much I need. I dont want freezing or anything, just sub like 60C
  17. Hi there, I was looking at using a water chiller for my new setup (thread ripper + radeon vii) The one I was looking at was 1/4 HP, is that enough for the rig? I dont want sub zero or anything, just to be like <60C with some juicy overclocks. Do I need a radiator in addition to the waterchiller? Or is it just the waterchiller, pump, and blocks in the loop? thanks for the help yall
  18. Title. Are games using hyperthreading yet? I want this CPU to last me several years, so is it worth bothering to get the i9? Or does it make no difference ty friends
  19. ty for all the help, seems like it might be close. I just realized my boyfriend has a 750W, so if it isn't enough and it shuts down we can just trade (his pc draws way less power) and yes it's the digifanless one, it's pretty nifty
  20. Hi there, I want a Radeon VII waterblock and I stumbled across this one https://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/gpu-water-blocks/gpu-full-cover/eisblock-gpx/24452/alphacool-eisblock-gpx-a-plexi-light-amd-radeon-vii-incl.-backplate?sPartner=googleshoppingusa&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIj6WLhqn-5AIVFMZkCh0TvwxrEAQYAyABEgLNj_D_BwE Is it fine? It's WAY cheaper than all the alternatives, is it decent?