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  1. Hi, this is coming from a guy with 9700K , and 360mm aio aswell (Hydro Series™ H150i PRO RGB 360mm Liquid CPU Cooler) , in games where my cpu becomes the bottleneck (mostly on 1080/1440 low settings) and I get over 200 fps , my cpu temps are around 70-75 aswell , so I it depends on the cpu usage and the game u play but 80 ⁰C seems indeed a bit high, I would def recommend using something like thermal grizzly kryonaut which should decrease ur overall cpu temps by 4-5 degrees compared to the Mx-4.
  2. I had a similar issue with my 4133mhz from G.skill when I enable the xmp in the bios, I had to underclock my memory to 4000mhz to get it working, so I would suggest to set the memory timings/speed manually first and if that doesn't solve ur issue, you can try underclokcing ur ram to 3100mhz instead and try again, hope this helps, keep me updated !
  3. you should be good to go, u have actually a little bit headroom aswell although not too much...
  4. That must be annoying, have u tried monitoring ur gpu/cpu usage to see what's going on exacly ? there is a setting for nvidia gpu's where u have to set the performance to prefer maximum performance, If u don't set it to prefer maximum performance ur gpu will give poor results in some games, I guess there is a similiar setting for amd maybe u should look it up ?
  5. Yep I'm very well aware of the diminishing returns at this point But the thing is, with intel you can at least get a 4000Mhz memory working easly without messing up the latency and stuff but with AMD you can't go above 3600Mhz ram or else it won't be 1:1 ratio anymore and you will actually start losing performance due to the Infinity fabric
  6. This is the memory I'm using right now with my 9700K : https://www.bol.com/nl/p/g-skill-trident-z-rgb-16gb-ddr4-4133mhz/9200000077949613/?country=BE#product_specifications And the memory I'm going to be using for my 10900K is probably this one https://www.megekko.nl/product/2046/1044929/DDR4-Geheugen/G-Skill-DDR4-Trident-Z-Royal-2x8GB-4800Mhz-F4-4800C18D-16GTRS-Geheugenmodule
  7. Do u think a decent Z490 mobo with 10900K would be able to get me a stable 4400+mhz ? My old 9700K wasn't good enough for anything above 4133mhz...
  8. Yep , deff going for 16GB for now and I'm happy as long as I can get 4400Mhz or above working on the motherboard, I have heard people had a lot trouble getting anything above 4266 Mhz on the older Z390 motherboards :d
  9. Ic, I thought the higher frequency memory would slightly help ^^ I'm still going to buy at least a 4400 mhz ram tho, just looking for an ATX Z490 motherboard that is good for overclocking at around 400$ ish price range
  10. I see, here in my country I can get the MSI MEG Z490 ACE , Gigabyte Z490 AORUS MASTER and Asus ROG MAXIMUS XII HERO (WI-FI) at around the same price. Which one would you exacly recommend ? not sure if the maxumus XII Apex is available yet
  11. Why such high-frequency memory? Well I have a rtx 2080 Ti and 1440P 240HZ monitor so gaining as much fps as possible on 1440P low/med setting is my main goal For me the best motherboard would be the one that has good VRM's and allows me to get the most of my new 10900K CPU and supports very high memory frequency. The size I'm looking for is ATX. Also I'm using a 360mm aio for the cooling
  12. Hi, Just wondering, what's the best Z490 motherboard ? My budget is around 350-450 euro's, and I will be using it with for my 10900K and my 16 GB (2X8GB) of G.SKILL Trident Z 4800 Mhz CL19 ram. I want to make sure I buy a Z490 motherboard that lets me overclock my 10900K to the limit and support at least 4600-4800 Mhz ram without any issue. Thanks !
  13. Hi I already have 16 GB (2x8) of G.skill trident Z 4133 Mhz ram in my pc but my friend offerd me another 16(2x8) gb ram of trident Z 4000 Mhz for a cheap price but I'm not sure if I should take it or not , my questions are : 1. Would my 16GB old 4133 Mhz trident Z work together with the new 16GB 4000 Mhz trident z from my friend ? 2. Can I set the frequency of both to 4133 Mhz ? 3. Is there any benefits with 32 GB of ram ? Would it help with performance in gaming if the gpu is not bottlenecked ? I mostly play games at 4K ultra settings but there are a few games where I like to be competetive and get the most fps possible. My specs right now : MSI Tomshwak Z390 i7 9700K @ 5.0 Ghz 16 GB of ram Trident Z @4133 mhz (right now) RTX 2080 Ti 1TB M.2 970 EVO SSD
  14. Hi, I have just one question, would this aio (Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme 280mm) fit in coolermaster H500P mesh case ?
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