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  1. I want to get a new CPU Cooler and I've been looking at the Corsair H100x AIO as it's on sale right now and I like Corsair's products. I have a R7 3700x CPU with an AsRock x370 Taichi motherboard in an NZXT S340 Elite. I know the H100x is compatible with my motherboard, I'm just not certain it will fit in my case. I have a dual fan GPU so length of my GPU shouldn't be a factor. If anyone has this cooler and case and can provide me with some insight, that would be awesome. Thanks!
  2. I'm looking to upgrade my current air cooler to an AIO and I'm just wondering what people think the best option would be. I don't really want to spend more than $130/140. I've been looking at the Cryorig A40, but I just saw that the Corsair H100i RGB Platinum is on sale for $129 instead of $159. Which one would be the best? Or are there other options I should look into? I can only fit a single or dual fan rad in my case btw. CPU: R7 3700x Mobo: Asrock x370 Taichi Case: NZXT s340 Elite
  3. This isn't quite what you're looking for, but it is a hybrid aio Cryorig A40
  4. It's actually not that bad. I don't have the fans set to max because thats really loud, but while gaming you cant hear it at all. As soon as I take my headset of though it gets pretty loud.
  5. I have it overclocked to 2000mhz boost and its sitting around 74C so I'd be surprised if that's the issue.
  6. GTX 1080 Ti. It's the MSI Armor OC edition
  7. I don't have specific games but I just got a new 4k monitor and my 1080 Ti just doesn't quite hit 60fps all the time at 4k. I know the 1080 Ti is still a great card but I have the money and I've had the 1080 Ti since it was released.
  8. I'm looking to upgrade my GPU and I'm wondering what other people think I should do. Should I spend a little less and go for the 2080 Super, or spend the extra money on the 2080 Ti. Is the performance difference big enough to make the difference in price justifiable? Should I just wait until Ampere is announced/released and just make a decision then? At the very least the 20 series prices will most likely drop.
  9. I just cleared CMOS, but I won't really know if that worked for a while. The CPU is not overclocked at all, and I updated the BIOS before installing the new CPU. I just realized that BIOS version 5.80 (I have 5.60) actually does support Matisse, I thought it didn't. I will try updating to 5.80 too.
  10. I did not try that. I will right now.
  11. I just recently bought a Ryzen 7 3700x to upgrade from my Ryzen 5 1600x. Since I installed the 3700x, I keep getting a BSOD that says WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR. There is no code after that message to help identify the problem. It's been happening at least once every time I use my PC. It has never happened once until I switched CPU's. I finally figured out how to look at the MEMORY.DMP file and all I can get from it is that it's a PCIe error. Specifically "FAILURE_ID_HASH_STRING: km:0x124_authenticamd_pciexpress_venid_8086_devid_1539_unsupported_request_completion_timeout". I'll attach the full MEMORY.DMP file below. Any help in fixing this would be greatly appreciated. PC Specs CPU: Ryzen 7 3700x Cooler: Cryorig H7 GPU: MSI Armor OC GTX 1080Ti Mobo: Asrock x370 Taichi RAM: 32gb G.SKILL Trident Z RBG 3200mhz cl14. 4 sticks of 8gb OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 bit MEMORY.DMP
  12. I am running out of space on my 860 Evo 1TB and I want to get another 860 Evo 1TB. My current 860 is my OS drive and it has some other stuff on it, and I want the new 860 to be the OS drive and nothing else. Is there a way to migrate JUST the Windows installation to the new 860, and delete the Windows installation from the old 860, but keep all programs? Can I do this just by creating a System Image and installing the System Image to the new 860? Will the Windows Installation that is on the old 860 be deleted? Any help is much appreciated. I don't want to buy the new drive until I know what to do, but I really need more space for Visual Studio libraries for some of my college classes.
  13. Ok thank you. If they perform basically identically, why does the 3800x even exist?
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