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TheRedViper

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About TheRedViper

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    Member
  • Birthday July 12

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Montreal
  • Occupation
    Titanium powder for 3d printing

System

  • CPU
    I9 7900x 4.8Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus PRIME X299
  • RAM
    4x8GB Corsais 3000 MHz
  • GPU
    2080ti HOF 10th anniversary limited edition
  • Case
    Thermaltake Core P5
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 pro 512GB
  • PSU
    Asus ROG THOR 1200W
  • Display(s)
    Acer predator X34
  • Cooling
    Aquacomputer cuplex kryos next with vision (nickel)
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Rapidfire
  • Mouse
    Corsair G903 wireless powerplay
  • Sound
    Sennheiser GSX 1200 pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64 bits

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  1. And people said the 2080 ti was overpriced, they haven't seen this ^^
  2. Hello there, As some of you may know, the kingpin from EVGA comes with an AIO (240mm for 2080ti and 360mm for 3090). I was curious as to how you guys would mount it in a lian-li 011 XL case. My initial reflex would be to place the radiator at the bottom of the case, but thinking about it and GamersNexus video on the aio placement issues, wouldn't that be bad for the pump since the gpu block would become the highest point? I guess that if you vertically mount the card, it would be better?
  3. They're pretty, but yeah they dont push that much air like 43cfm even though the static pressure is acceptable at like 1.6
  4. It definitely won't hurt. I believe the best would be to have 3 fans in the front as intake and use both the 280mm rad at the top and the 120mm at the back in a pull setup so they serve as exhaust too.
  5. What are your temps? Because a single 280mm rad to cool about 500W of heat load seems not sufficient. I looked at your case and they say you can place 3x120 or 2x140 at the front, 2x120 or 2x140 at the top and 1x120 at the rear.
  6. Both your 2080ti and the 3900x are cooled by the 280mm rad or just the cpu?
  7. Hum looking at the installation manual, their summit block seems symetrical so wouldn't flipping the cpu block solve the issue? Like the water would still meet the VRM first but flipping the cpu block would place the inlet port towards the vrm?
  8. Yeah I'm more concerned about the cooling chamber of the cpu block, but they don't specify which block it is. It looks like their summit M block so there is a recommended flow direction. The rest is basically just a 2 level L block so I don't think flow direction matters.
  9. Yeah problem is my cooling setup will be relatively complicated, so I'm trying to find in advance. I tried contacting Bitspower but the person answering didnt seem to really understand english so his answer didn't really make sense even though I reformulated twice so idk.
  10. Hello there, I was wondering if anyone ever used the Bitspower Omega block for the Asus x299 rog omega motherboard with inverted flow. The natural flow has the inlet on the cpu block and outlet on the IO cover. I would expect inverting the flow to increase temps a bit as the ''fresh water'' would enter the VRM first then the cpu instead of the opposite so the water meeting the cpu would be a bit hotter. I am just wondering by how much? I know bitspower cpu blocks cooling chambers aren't as complicated as EKWB which forces you to use the inlet as an inlet or youll lose alot of cooling efficiency.
  11. Sadly reducing the refresh rate of the monitor doesnt fix the issue. If I reduce it to 95Hz, I just get 91-92 fps with the same stutters each second or so. At this point, I don't know if its a windows setting or something.
  12. Well originally the monitor did the 40Hz OC fine, it was advertised as such back in the day as the 60Hz monitor that could do 100Hz, but yeah I think its getting old and not keeping up. Il downclock it to the first OC bracket below 100 and see what it does. Im building a new PC soon so I might change monitor anyways, just waiting for my 909ek to arrive :).
  13. Hello there, I'm trying to find a fix to my micro stuttering issues that started a few months ago. I have looked into almost every fix there is on the internet to no avail which turned my attention towards my monitor itself. When im playing games, I have high and stable FPS, but i have micro freezes at a constant rate like every second or so. I have a 7900x that I bought 2 years with a 2080ti and my monitor is the first version of the Predator X34 (1440p ultrawide 60hz OCed to 100Hz). When I do the vsync test, I can see the stutters every second or so and the monitor doesnt seem to keep up as it says I get about 95-96 FPS. I'm wondering if the monitor is dying or if its not able to keep up with the OC and I should downclock it or if the issue is from elsewhere. Thanks
  14. I think i ended up buying sata to molex cables to only use the 3 sata ports. Its been awhile.
  15. Update 1: removing the vga from the pcie slot makes me get past boot, but i dont see anything on the screen because of it. Update 2: after removing the gpa from the pcie slot reaching windows rebooting with the vga in, it reaches windows again and i can enter windows and all. I reboot to go do my oc and fan settings in the bios, save changed and reboot "load vga bios" again.
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