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SlowMixit

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  1. SlowMixit

    Reverse Design Fans?

    Exactly what im looking for.. now to find it in local stores
  2. SlowMixit

    Reverse Design Fans?

    That could be the fan, even tough im not fond of its desing. Ill take look and see if i can find 120mm version of that.
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    Reverse Design Fans?

    I need the fans as side intake to Lian-Li PC-O11 Air, pulling air from 360mm radiator. I already have 6 Halos frames coming with white 120mm fans and i also have 3xCorsair SP120's pushing air to the radiator so its going to be push+pull configuration. Those deepcool ones arent quite what im looking for. I could probably sell the coolers easelly off tough after removing that one fan if i would go buy the coolers.
  4. SlowMixit

    Reverse Design Fans?

    Well i checked one review and it clearly has one fan that is pushing to reverse direction. Also in this image one fan is clearly reverse design.
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    Reverse Design Fans?

    I think i found one cooler that has it but cannot find any of those fans anywhere, i dont want to buy 3 coolers to get 3 fans. Its CoolerMaster MasterAir MA410M
  6. Are there any reverse design fans? What i mean by this reverse fan blades, pushing air to opposite direction compared to normal fans. I want such fans purely for aesthetic reasons, i dont care at all if those fans would be less effective. Fans dont need be RGB as i have Halos Frames in my next buid, that build will only happen if i can find the fans. I faintly remember some CES 2019 video had some similar style fans in display but i dont remember what it was.
  7. Anyone else had any experiences with V1Tech Backplates? I got mine today and im not really happy with it, in all promotional pictures and user manuals the RGB strip looks to be invisible behind the backplate yet mine arrived like this. https://gyazo.com/b73beb34ed3485524e9ac6b99414f9c5 I find that to be unacceptable, its unusable like that, the rgb strip is visible. Also when comparing backplate to graphics card, they forgot to cut one corner where dual 8pin gpu cables get attached, it will not sit flat on the graphics card if i were to install it, my order shows i ordered backplate for correct card. I allready send message to customer support so lets see what they say. Edit : V1Tech support is actually good, in the end all issues were solved. Most of the issues were actually user error, but one issue was not and its also being solved by them.
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    Desoldering ram

    The equipment to solder ram to board costs 100$ so that aint biggie. For most people the skill needed to use that equipment is the problem along with ram copatibility issues if bios does not support it. I have personally done some ram swaps on graphics cards.
  9. Alot of voltage for 5ghz. All 8086K's should do 5Ghz under 1.35v
  10. I have laptop with i5 2450M socketed, could upgrade to i7 3630M On that note, stock i5 2450M CInebench R15.
  11. @GMart84 You have very loose timings for 3800, are those Samsung B-Die? If they are you would be better going 3733 CL16, there is post in Asus ROG forums about this for Z370/Z390 mainboards. We will see, i have no problem buying another board if they suck in benchmarks and max oc. I need do research, check overclocking reviews etc.. to see what i should buy. Edit : Update, managed to get it Cinebench stable for one run at 5.45Ghz, had to try like 5 times and 4 times of those the machine just shut down because VRM could not keap up. I'm shure now CPU is capable 5.5Ghz with better mainboard for Cinebench stability. If i just had GMart84's mainboard
  12. For me stabilizing factor was VCCSA and VCCIO of 1.3v above 5.3Ghz. I run Cache at 46x, maybe i could go one step further to 47x, I tried going Cinebench R15 stable with 5.4Ghz and machine rebooted within 5 seconds of starting the benchmark so i think VRM on this board cannot do any better. Im thinking of buying Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Elite or Pro, according to buildzoid those boards have good enough VRM even for 9900K if i deside to upgrade later on.
  13. So close, but so far.. i want that 1800 points. This is 24/7 Stable aka 8hours Prime95 1344, 24hours blend and Linx 0.8 12hours. I can probably get another 50Mhz out of it under 1.5v 24/7 stable but needs tweaking, 5.45Ghz is no go even at 1.5-1.52v. I need better mainboard to go further, i belive chip it self is capable over 5.4Ghz under 1.5v. Specs : - i7 8086K @ 5.35Ghz 1.44v - Asus Strix Z370-F - 2x8Gb Corsair Vengeance 3733 CL16 (Samsung B-die) - Intel Integrated because... brand new RTX2080 Ti broke after few hours - EVGA SuperNova G2 1000W - Custom loop watercooling (3x180mm Rad, D5 pump, EK-Supremacy Block)
  14. SlowMixit

    9700k vs 8700k

    I would take 9700K, more real cores and higer clocks stock, if overclocking is done you will need good mainboard like Z390 Aorus Elite/Pro from Gigabyte that has good VRM, check Buildzoids video on Z390 mainboards. Bowth cpu's will do perfectly fine in this task. Ryzen 3000 series should be coming May/June, if rumors are true. I dont think i would be personally upgrading to Ryzen 3000 series since i have 8086k 5.35Ghz 1.4v.
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    CPU+Motherboard upgrade

    Wait untill Ryzen 3000 series. Annoucement most likely will come in CES and release most likely around May/June For your budget Ryzen 3 3300 will be beast, 6c/12t and clocking to 4.5-5Ghz for 99-129$, if rumors are true.
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