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About h3ll0

  • Title
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 1997-10-30

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  • Steam
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  • Interests
    MUSIC!!!!,networking, computers, games, college
  • Biography
    I'm a 21 year old that's into music, computers,telephony, and networking . I may not always be correct but I try my hardest to give a useful answer with the info I've compiled in my head.
  • Occupation
    Datacenter/Hosting Support Specialist


  • CPU
    AMD R5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Biostar X370GTN
  • RAM
    16 GB 3200 Mhz XPG Gammix D10 DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 ti AERO
  • Case
    Cooler Master Elite 130
  • Storage
    Patriot Scorch 512GB m.2 NVMe
  • PSU
    Corsair RMx 550W 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2719DG, Asus VG245h
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Master Liquid 120 lite
  • Keyboard
    Azio MGK1
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Black
  • Sound
    AKG K550,Sony MDR-7506, Fiio D03k (DAC), Sansui AU 317 amp, Linn Nexus and EPI M50 speakers,Harman Kardon ST-7 turntable
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

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  1. Ended up buying the MSI Aero version, guy had a professional mining operation and ran the cards at 85% with professionally installed power lines and air purification. He had 130 GTX 1080ti's. So far the card has been great 1860mhz with 60% fan speed on auto and 73C under gaming load. Card still has 2.5 years of warranty left on it too.
  2. I don't plan to overclock at all and the card is going in a Cooler Master Elite 130 itx case which is why I was looking at the aero as it has a blower cooler. He also has EVGA SC, EVGA sc2, Zotac AMP!, and MSI duke variants for $350 each. I just want to know if the card will maintain its clocks as I don't care about noise as my gaming rig is 10 feet away from a furnace/HVAC and I usually use headphones while gaming.
  3. He has 7 different 1080tis for $275 and $350 depending on the model and has a test system so I can see if there are any issues with it.
  4. I have the opportunity to buy a MSI GTX 1080ti aero for $275 from a guy who mined with it for 6 months. Is it worth it and is the cooler ok?
  5. Did no one notice he said earphones? Anyways NuForce X Massdrops EDCs are currently my favourite sub $100 earphones/earbuds. The EDC3 feature 3 BA drivers whereas the EDC features a 6mm dynamic driver. more accurate more fun
  6. Look for a used r9 390 or GTX 970 then and call it a day if you cant wait for the RX 480. http://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-GeForce-GTX-970-4GB-SC-GAMING-ACX-2-0-GPU-Graphics-Card-04G-P4-2974-KR-/282133006283?hash=item41b07007cb:g:V1kAAOSwU-pXrYjq
  7. what ram are you using and have you tried just using 8GB?
  8. http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/Radeon-Software-Crimson-Edition-16-8-1-Release-Notes.aspx Battlefield™ 4 may experience intermittent crashes when using Mantle. As a work around users are suggested to switch to DirectX®11.
  9. Why not buy an aftermarket gpu cooler like this one. I have one and the temps on my r9 380 (which is overvolted) were hitting almost 90C with the fans at 80%, now with the new cooler they are under 60C even under Furmark and BF4 and its 10x more quiet. It would also aid in airflow as half the heatsink hangs over the video card.
  10. 380X is comparable to a RX 470 so 380X. Have you looked at your local classifieds yet? ie Craigslist
  11. h3ll0

    Safe Voltage?

    lol my gaming room is right next to the air intake on my the HVAC in my house so my ambients can be anywhere from 10C to 25C even in the summer. On average though its 20C.
  12. h3ll0

    Safe Voltage?

    Thanks for the replies I use +80Mv on AB and it gets my voltage to 1.313V underload and under 80C.
  13. h3ll0

    Safe Voltage?

    i can barely think of a scenario in were your gaming PC needs to be on 24/7, if your PC needs to be on 24/7 you would want to get a Xeon, some server drives and a better quality GPU(if the server load could be GPU accelerated that is, otherwise something shit(but still quality) would be fine) because they are DESIGNED to survive 24/7 abuse and are quite exclusivly binned, also you probably wouldent overclock your server hardware tbh Oh ok, I meant like everyday gaming usage because people use that term 24/7 overclock when talking about voltage.
  14. h3ll0

    Safe Voltage?

    What do you mean by "server stuff"?