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Hemanse

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About Hemanse

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Tomahawk MAX
  • RAM
    Crucial 3600MHz CL16
  • GPU
    Palit RTX 2070S Jetstream
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R6
  • PSU
    XFX Pro 850W Black Edition 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2720Z
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15S

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  1. I have booted just fine from when i build the PC. The PC have been booting just fine from last monday, it was only today it randomly just didnt boot. I guess it could have been a glitch, only thing different is that i set the AMD balanced power plan and the PC went into sleep mode yesterday, woke it up and closed it down. I guess it could be related to that. In terms of the fans spinnign up, that seems to maybe be motherboard related. Palit says that they normally dont have the fans set to spin up during boot, but they have gotten a lot of reports from Ryzen 3000 users that their cards does it. I guess it could be BIOS related. Disabled sleep mode for now, i always disable it, but forgot to when i put it into AMD balanced mode Yeah if it does it again ill have a look at the DEBUG leds. I also added a offset of 0.1v now. It seems crazy that Auto has 1.48v set as the max boost voltage.
  2. The PC does post and everything is on auto, the only thing I changed right when I first booted a week ago after building, was the XMP profile. It was just one time, but the PC posts now. Closed it down and booted up a few times again with no problems. I just found it kinda odd that it all of a sudden won't post and that maybe other people with Ryzen builds might have seen something similar I think there are debug LEDs on the Tomahawk, so if it does it again, might be an idea to have a look at those.
  3. Hi everyone. I build my Ryzen 3700x about a week ago today and its been running great, 3600 CL16 XMP worked on the first boot and so far i have just been running things on Auto (except for XMP). My GPU for some reason always spins the fans up to 100% for 2-3s on every boot (Palit RTX 2070S Super JS). When i booted the PC for the first time today i noticed that the GPU fan just kept spinning at 100% and nothing happend. Held the power button and turned off the system, next boot it started up as normal with the fans just spinning for a few secs like "normal". Anyone else that have exprienced this? I mean everything works now, but seems rather odd that it just wouldnt boot on the first go today.
  4. Hemanse

    ASUS VG278QR?

    I'm looking to replace one of my monitors and I have been looking at the ASUS VG278QR, but I can't seem to find all that information on it. At least no real reviews. Anyone have any experience with this monitor, good or bad? Looking for something 1080p 144+ hz to pair with my XL2720Z. 24 to 27 inch and I'm fine with 1080p at 27 inches. 300-350$ range. Quite a few people have recommended ViewSonic XG2402, but it just seems very overpriced around where I live, which is in Denmark.
  5. Thanks for the replies. Other than that I really like the card, whisper quiet while gaming. Under 100% load it hits around 63-64c at 12-1300rpm. Playing Overwatch, the card barely hits 45c
  6. Thinking back i also think my MSI 770 Lightning card did that. Its a bit annoying, but mostly because im tinkering with my 3700x and rebooting quite a bit Trying to figure out 3700x voltage and core clocks comming from a 4670k is quite the task.
  7. Could be something like that i guess. Its only a few seconds at the start tho, i can go into the BIOS and its running at the stock 35% while im tweaking stuff in there.
  8. Recently build my new PC and everything is working good. One thing I have noticed tho is that my Palit 2070S Jetstream runs the fans at 100% on boot and then quiet down after a few seconds, is that normal? The card runs great, just seems kinda odd that it has to deafen me every time I boot up the PC
  9. Switching from a 4670k that is cooled by a NH-D14 and its been great. great thermals and whisper quiet. That was also in my CM Storm trooper case which does not have stellar airflow. The plan is to add 2 or 3 other Noctua fans in the front of the Define R6, should give some good airflow and still be quiet Also excited to see how the Palit 2070S Super Jetstream performs. Had planned to go for the MSI Trio X, but its impossible to get a hold of. The Jetstream seemed like a good option as it was also one of the cheaper 2070 Super cards. The card is definately chunky, its like double the weight of my MSI GTX 970 Gaming card.
  10. Thank you, just wanted to be safe. Building a bit in stages as its so damn hot, but the rest should be fairly easy. Excited to see how the 3700x does in terms of performance and thermals with the D15S
  11. So i started building my new PC today, got everything in except for the GPU, PSU and SSDs. Its my first time building in many many many years, but so far its been going smoothly. I always used the pea method when applying thermal paste, but i read quite a few that suggested using the X instead for the 3700x and up due to the DIE not being in the center. So i used that, but also read that applying too little is worse than too much, so i might have used a bit more than needed. I can see it ever so slightly squished out between the NH-D15S plate and the CPU. I used NT-H2 and im pretty sure its none conductive right? Just want to make sure i dont short something when i finish the build and power it up If temps end up bad, at least the NH-D15S is pretty easy to uninstall and install. Also pretty happy i got the Define R6 on sale, being able to remove the top entirely saved me a headache having to screw in the top motherboard screws with the cooler in place https://i.imgur.com/k9tyad5.jpg
  12. Yeah gonna watch and follow a few guides, but I do have the general idea still I will try the NH-D14, o mean it could basically cool my OCd 4670k passively, so I'm guessing it should handle the 3700x. Bought a NF- A12x25 fan that I might put on the NH-D14 and just run it single fan. Cool, im more worried about putting the hardware together. OS is not so bad anymore, it just takes time Installing all the drivers, software etc again.
  13. So yesterday all the parts arrived for my pretty much entire new build. Existing of: Ryzen 7 3700X MSI B450 Tomahawk MAX Ballstix Elite 3600MHz cl16 Palit RTX 2070S Jetstream Corsair Force MP510 480GB m.2 NH2 thermal paste Fractal Design Define R6 in gunmetal I know a few essential parts are missing, but I hope the NH-D14 with the AM4 kit and my XFX 850w ProSeries Black Edition PSU is still good enough for the new build. Also have 3 Sata SSDs that I'm going to transfer to the new build. I have not build my own PC since the Q6600, my current PC is a 4670k with a GTX 970, but that was gifted to me. So I'm a little bit scared about building, but I'm hoping with some build guides it should go pretty alright. Just have a few questions. 1. Will the PSU mentioned earlier be good enough for the new build? My PSU is from 2013, but runs great and I clean my PC very regularly, so everything pretty much looks as good as new. 2. I'm guessing there is not a massive difference between my NH-D14 and the new D15? So I should be able to cool the 3700x just fine with the NH-D14 + AM4 kit? Or should I invest in a NH-D15? 3. Anything I should take a note of before build? I guess setting everything up outside the case to make sure it works is still good practice, but anything else? Thanks in advance.
  14. Bought the Jetstream just now, seems like most people have a general good experience with the Jetstream and Gamerock coolers. Guru3d also gave it a good review, they even showed it being less noisy than the MSI trio x.
  15. Also seems like they offer a 3 year warranty which is nice. In regards to the fans, I have not been able to find a whole lot on that, but I have also owned MSI cards where the fans failed, I guess that can happen to all manufacturers I have found one site with 1 MSI card in stock, but it's 60$ more than the Jetstream. Guess I have to figure out if that's worth it.
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