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Asmodaeus

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  1. Would I have to get the Dark Rock 4 Pro from the mainboard/cpu and put it back on if I take the PC to a Lan party?
  2. Hi, I would like to operate on my ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming 2 Front, 1 Rear and 2 Cpu fans. I'm thinking of connecting the 2 Cpu and 2 front fans via a Noctua NA-SYC1 chromax.black Y-cable to the respective Cpu and Cha fan headers on the board. And last but not least connect the rear fan to the AIO pump header on the board? Can I control the fans connected to the Noctua Y adapters, in the Bios? Would the fans on the Y adapters be only half as fast? How could I know the Rpm of the fans? On the Y Cable connected to the Cha fan header I would like to connect 2 Bequiet Silentwings 3 Highspeed PWM 140mm s and to the Cpu header I would like to connect 1 Silentwings 3 Pwm 140mm and 1 Silent Wings 3 120mm Pwm (from a Dark Rock Pro 4) If I let the Rear Fan run on the Aio Pump port on the board,could I still control its speed in the Bios to prevent it from running running at full speed all time? Thank you very much in advance And sorry for my bad English skills
  3. Hi, As the title suggests, I'm concerned whether the Dark Rock 4 Pro is too heavy in the long run for the ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming ITX motherboard? Does anyone have any experience in this regard, and can tell me if this is ok on a long-term basis, I'm unsure about that since itx boards are only fixed with 4 screws in the case. I don't know if it matters but the case I use is a Fractal nano S Window Edition. Can someone tell me whether the Socket and / or the Cpu still can get damaged by the Dark Rock 4 when used conscientiously(I have read that the Coffee Lake socket and Cpus could still be sensitive to high-weight coolers). At the moment I have a Hydro Series H60 in my system, but from the beginning it was only a temporary solution for me, because I could not decide which cooling system I would like to have permanently and I had the H60 in spare. Thank you very much in Advance. And sorry for my bad English
  4. My Problem is that I care mostly about the noise level, the performance isn not that important to me since all gtx 1050 Ti perform about the same with minor difference, the aesthetics does not bother me at all . As i wrote in the first post I did not find much information about the noise levels of the cards. The Price for me in germany would be only like 12 Euro difference between the cheapest and the most expensive GTX 1050 Ti thats not that much of a difference considering that I replaced most parts in my project anyways to get what I want (I replaced the cpu, psu,hdd to a ssd, the cooler and even the fan of the new replacement cooler got exchanged, the Ram is going to get replaced aswell)
  5. There is a video where a LP GTX 1050 TI (MSI) is compared to a EVGA GTX 1050Ti SSC. The Msi and Zotac card have both the same Boost/Baseclock of 1392/1290 according to their specification info also both have 2 fans (the zotac heatsink is a very little longer I think). The difference of the EVGA GTX 1050Ti SSC and the GIGABYTE 1050 Ti OC are not that big only like 25 mhz I think, I doubt that will make much difference in the fps. I think you can even ignore the 25 mhz since nvidea chips tend to run at higher speeds the ones in specs if the temp is right so you can have more or less luck depending on what gpu you get
  6. Hi, I was not sure in which forum this topic best suits, the graphics card forum appeared to me the most fitting so I have posted it here. At the moment I am working on a little hobby project of mine where I try to upgrade a lenovo m92p sff as far as possible. So far I have replaced the Pentium CPU and stock cooler with a delided 3770 (non K) and a Noctua NH L9i cooler. The standart 92 x 14 mm fan of the NH L9i I have exchanged to a 92 x 25mm Noctua fan, and the front fan I have exchanged to a 80mm Noctua fan. Instead of the standart psu is built in by a BeQuiet! TFX POWER 2 | 300W Gold with an 14 to 24 Pin adapter. Since the start of the Project I tryed to find a forum thread/video where all versions of the gtx 1050ti are compared in noise, speed, temps... Sadly without much luck . I have found some information about the cards but sadly not enough. The noise when operating under full load is what interests me the most but I almost didn´t find information about this at all. The existing Gtx 1050 ti LP versions that I know of are: MSIhttps://www.zotac.com/us/product/graphics_card/zotac-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-low-profilelZotachttps://www.zotac.com/us/product/graphics_card/zotac-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-low-profileGigabytehttps://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N105TOC-4GL#kfKF2A = Galaxhttp://www.kfa2.com/kfa2/graphics-card/10-series/kfa2-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-oc-lp.html http://www.galax.com/en/graphics-card/10-series/galax-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-lp.html Do you have any information that I am looking for? Did someone happen to see one / several of this cards in operation and can tell me about them? Thank you very much PS: I dont´t know if this is the right forum/place to ask for such a thing but do you think it is possible that the lp versions of the 1050TI would be reviewed by linus tech tips? It could be interesting for people who want to upgrade a small system that only fits lp graphics cards to more gpu power. By the way I delided my CPU with a der8auer Delid Die Mate 2, its a tool that delids the Cpu fast and without any risk I would know of + helps glue the hs to the die exactly at the same position where it was just incase someone wants to delid his Cpu aswell and doesn´t was to use a razor blade for it... And finally I am sorry for my bad english I have a poor vocabulary and grammar
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