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  1. I tweaked the settings, so now CPU reaches 80c. Pump speed didn't change anything though. Nor liquid temps, nor CPU temps.
  2. I am thinking on doing custom loop, just need to save some money :D. My liquid got to about 40c i think at most, but I did pushed fans to a higher RPM so it wouldn't get that hot. Also I've set them so they would ramp up as the liquid warms. Because with those temp jumps I don't like how it ramps up every couple of seconds. My case isn't that great for air flow. It's NZXT 700 with 3 120mm stock fans in front as intake (also there is dust filter in front), single 140mm fan as exhaust at the back. and the AIO is set on the top with 2 140mm fans as push configuration. It's set at constant 60% about 2120rpm. I did that because when I did search for info all I could find that pump speed doesn't matter (or is it otherwise?). For the case fans is mostly controlled by motherboard, but I did increase the speed by atleast 10%. For AIO fans I will add my curve as a picture.
  3. Ambient is about 19-20c. I did try all sort of settings for OC, it does get cooler. I've got NZXT H700. 3x120 stock fans as intakes in the front, 3x140 as exhaust (two of them are attached to radiator). I did remount my pump, it looked all good. I did fiddle with them. But now I pushed them little bit more. Didn't affect temps alot, but I did reduce voltage from 1.35 to 1.322, looks stable for now. Temps reduced little bit. It never reaches those tempretures, only in aida stress test.
  4. Just did. stays mostly stable around 90c but it did jump almost to a 100 couple of times. This is results of CPU, FPU and Cache stress test within about 20mins of testing. It looks like it did something during those spikes, I just never seen that other tasks could result tempreture jumps up to 10c.
  5. I recently got myself a Ryzen 7 3700x CPU. Really happy on how it performs, especially after my i7-2600k system. Only problem is temperatures. On idle it sits from 30-40C. Why those jumps? And they are constant. I've attached a screenshot. I am overclocked to 4.3GHz @ 1.35v on all cores. Any thoughts? Is this normal? My cooler is Kraken x62. I think it should be able to keep up with the R7 3700x. Thansk for your replys
  6. That is probably what I needed. Board sounds perfect to me. Thank you very much.
  7. It's not main selling point, but it does add to the decision. My main concern is VRM quality and how good is the BIOS of this board. I've read somewhere that it's not very good, but if it's usable and is atleast somewhat better than my asus p8z68v-lx then I'm all set(I'am not going to spend much time in the BIOS after all). And IF AMD releases any future CPU's compatable with this chipset it would be nice to be able to upgrade. Anyway, mostly I am interested in hearing about opinions of this board and maybe some people have other recommendations.
  8. Hey, so it's time to say goodbye to my i7-2600k and I started looking into a ryzen 3000 series. Currently I am going for Ryzen 7 3700x and thinking to pair it with GIGABYTE x570 Aorus Elite. Any feedback on that board? Also maybe there is other boards you could recommend? I made this choice while checking one of the GN videos about x570 boards. Is it any good for the price or should I go with B450 chipset boards? I would like to treat myself to higher tier board, but wouldn't want to exceed 220 euro mark (thats how much aorus elite costs here where I live).
  9. nJoy.

    Windows 10 BSOD

    I think so. Thanks for advice, I forgot about scannow command. Maybe next time I will remember that
  10. nJoy.

    Windows 10 BSOD

    I fixed the problem with windows reinstall, still not sure why it was doing what it did.
  11. nJoy.

    Windows 10 BSOD

    Just checked the GPU drivers, currentyl unintalled any drivers, still restarts and crashes. Thought I will install motherboard drivers first, but it seems my motherboard doesn't have windows 10 supported drivers. Last ones are for windows 8.1, not sure if its okay if I install those?
  12. nJoy.

    Windows 10 BSOD

    I left with default windows drivers. I will install my motherboard drivers, maybe it will help. I will check my GPU and probably reinstall the drivers. I have an idea that its something to do with power management. But I am not sure how to check that?
  13. nJoy.

    Windows 10 BSOD

    Hi, so sadly I have this issue with windows bsod. When I use my PC everything is fine. But just after I leave it idling it crashes or restarts. This is what BSOD I get (attaching picture). This started happening when I installed windows freshly to new SSD (Crucial MX500 250GB). I though my PSU gone bad, as it was old Modecom PSU, so I bought new PSU, for some time it didn't BSOD, so I though that issue was solved. But recently it started happening again. If anyone could help me with this, it would be amazing! Thanks in advance.
  14. I am not actually really a fan of RGB, but it does add a bit to a case. After all, if you have side panel window you will probably want to see whats inside. I wont need much of it, most likely strips that are included in the case will be more than enough for me. Thank you guys for your help!
  15. Currently I am rocking really old hardware and really old case so I think it would be an improvement from mine. I am open for suggestions really. Also I thought that case uses USB connector for RGB. I guess I am wrong. After all I never had anything RGB apart logo on my GPU
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