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About PopsicleHustler

  • Title
    Searching for the thrill of it.

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  • Location
    Limerick, Ireland


  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime Z370-A
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 16GB 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    RTX 2080 Aorus Extreme
  • Case
    Meshify C
  • Storage
    500GB SSD + 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 750W GQ

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  1. Corsair HD Series fans is probably your best bet if you want pure rainbow puke effect. It will probably set you back 300-400 USD for a full case setup though.
  2. "Warning: Cancer and reproduction hard" wtf?
  3. No matter how you put it, high end PC will always have an advantage over consoles because it can run on high settings, high res and with high FPS at the same time. Consoles are locked at 60.
  4. IS there anything higher than 240 to begin with?
  5. I beg to differ. There are manufacturers that offer very powerful RGB control software.
  6. high quality 550W will be plenty for you.
  7. If you're playing CSGO and Apex on low settings with 1070ti, I can guarantee you that it stays around 60-70% load max.
  8. It should be a noticeable upgrade, especially if you have good motherboard that can overclock 3600.
  9. Motherboard will work fine. You should be more concerned with your CPU. If its some low end i3/i5, it will bottleneck RTX2060.
  10. Again, it could be down to low end motherboard not being able to OC the RAM.
  11. LLC (Line Load Calibration) tries to maintain stable voltage during high loads. Physics work in such way that when you push voltage through loaded CPU, it drops it. So when PC pushes 1.3V across its CPU, voltage drops to lets say 1.27v which can cause instability and crash the system. To compensate for that, LLC boosts voltage during high CPU load to compensate for the voltage drop in the CPU. Overclockers call this drop "VDroop" Motherboard and CPU temps are 2 different things. Motherboard has something called "VRM" (Voltage Regulator Module). It is responsible for what I've described above - supplying voltage to the CPU. You have a very low end motherboard that is not designed for high overclocking. High end motherboards have high quality VRMs that can easily maintain high voltage supply to the CPU thanks to high quality components and good cooling. Your motherboard got low end VRMs. If you push too much voltage through them, they will most likely overheat and die. So be careful with high voltages.
  12. In this case you can go to 4.8 without touching the voltage. If you crash, bump up the voltage and see if its stable.