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  1. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    NEW PSU Tier List

    @LienusLateTips So I never really got an answer regarding my question on the 650W Seasonic Prime ULTRA mentioned in the S category of the list. Are both the titanium and gold versions in the S category or is it just the titanium version that'a considered to be of that category?
  2. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    NEW PSU Tier List

    Does the S tier include both the platinum and gold variants of the Seasonic Prime Ultra 650W or just the platinum one?
  3. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    Thank you for helping my dull minded self understand what you meant by "folding". Apologies for making myself look like an utter fool.
  4. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    Sorry, kind of new to all of this. By the way, is the cable in that picture folding on itself in any way?
  5. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    Out of curiosity, is the way I'm bending the cable backwards in that picture in any way going to damage the cable?
  6. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    You make a fair point. Again, didn't mean to come off as a dick.
  7. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    So it's better to bend cables backwards than forward?
  8. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    Could you check the picture I posted? The cable in that picture is bending back and has a zip tie on it. Is that perfectly fine or..?
  9. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    It's not a matter of being picky or not. I'm guessing your 1070 uses a 8 pin connector. My GPU's uses a 6 pin connector and the the last two connectors were kind of close to the PCB. I just decided to bend them back and tie them with a ziptie in order to not let them short the GPU by touching the PCB. Not trying to sound like a douche or anything. I like your cable management by the way, lol.
  10. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

  11. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it okay to bend PCIE cables?

    So, I got a Seasonic Prime Ultra 650W. I noticed that the PCIE cable is both a 8 pin and 6 pin cable. It's 6 pin in the sense that the other two pins of the cable aren't exactly attached to the 6 pin connector(they kind of hang around). Since I was worried about the other two pins touching the PCB of my Windforce 1060 OC(A GPU with a 6 pin PCIE port or whatever it's called). I decided to bend the cable of each pin back and tie them with a zip tie. Can doing this damage the cables of the two pins in any way? Sorry if the question's kind of stupid. I just don't watch the two pins touching my PCB and shorting the GPU out.
  12. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Any decent CPU coolers that use push pins?

    So are there aby decent CPU coolers that use the push pin method of installation. I knoe there's the TX3 and the Masterair Pro 4.
  13. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    Is it safe to use a 650W with a RX 5700 XT?

    So I guess it's safe to say a 650W PSU is more than enough for the RX 5700 XT?
  14. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    What does the Ultimate Performance power plan do?

    What exactly does it do? Is it in any way beneficial?
  15. TheBiggestOfBuschemis

    PC went into some kind of sleep mode and then turned back on.

    I forgot to mention another weird thing. The splash screen of my motherboard never showed up after it "restarted" or whatever.
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