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  1. Nothing crazy - gaming, general entertainment, work.
  2. Hi Ya'll Finally got done with my first hard-line build! It was much harder than I though to get all the bends perfect and to even conceptualize what a bend should look like. I will come back in a few weeks i think and add a flow meter. Idk if I'm a fan of the green was just trying it out. Please go easy on her lol! I think I'm also goign to change out my cables to another color not sure yet. I9-9900K Evga 2080ti 16GB Corsair 3600
  3. Hi all, Changing over from soft tubing to some 16mmOD PETG in my build. What do you think of the run in blue going above the ram to the backport? Also - suggestions on the run from the front port to the top left port on the side rad (circled in red)?
  4. Thanks for the reply. At the moment i run my pump at %40 and all my fans at 700 RPM. My water temp is roughly 5c above ambient. My idel at this fan speed is around 22c and at load around 55c on cpu and 38c on gpu.I think those are good numbers and im at the point now where i can just run lower fan speeds with my 920MM rad space
  5. Hello all, I got bored several days ago and decided to add a third radiator to my loop for some fun. I know there is a point in diminishing results, waste of money, overkill, etc, etc, i just did this for fun and as I enjoy the hobby. My current set up is: Case - Lian Li o11 Dynamic i9-9900ks - OC'd to 5.1 at 1.35 VCore RTX 2080ti - OC'd Water cooling setup: EK Velocity CPU Block EK GPU Block Corsair Hydro X Series XD5 Pump/res combo EK Coolstream XE 240 double - top as exhaust EK Coolstream SE 360 - side intake Corsair Hydro X Series XR7 360mm - bottom as intake All rads have corsair mag lev pro fans on them. Should i bother playing around with the intake or exhaust setup? Should I try all rads as exhaust or all as intake? Reason I ask is after adding the new rad my temps stayed the same with no change in room ambient temp - which could be a result of diminishing results in the loop. I know loop order has not real effect but the one rad at the top is the first ran in the loop order following the gpu and cpu block so its getting all of the heat. pump/res > rad > gpu > cpu > rad > rad. Anyone here ever mess with all rads set to exhaust/intake with 3 rads?
  6. I'm running an Aorus Master with my i9-9900k and love it. Was easily able to overclock it to 5.1 at 1.305 VCore. Gamers Nexus did a nice video on the board and they commented that it had some of if not the best VRMs in that price range of board. From the video: TL;DW - Buildzoid's picks (taken from comments in video) Best ultra-high-end motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Extreme Z390 motherboards with PLX chip: Asus WS Z390-Pro, Supermicro C9Z390-PGW Best Z390 motherboard with 10 Gigabit Ethernet LAN: ASRock Z390 Taichi Ultimate Best Mini-ITX Z390 motherboard: ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming-ITX Best Micro-ATX Z390 motherboards: Asus ROG Maximus XI Gene, Gigabyte Z390 M Gaming Best VRMs for the dollar: Gigabyte Z390 UD, Aorus Elite/Ultra/Master
  7. Ok - what about: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G Gigabyte B450 AORUS M AM4 mATX AMD Motherboard
  8. Hi All, I'm building a budget system for my buddy's sons birthday; around $550 budget. I have a lot of experience building high-end windows gaming machines but not AMD. What are your opinions on the below system? He will mainly use it for fortnite, twitch, youtube videos, Borderlands, etc. I went with AMD due to the onboard GPU and the included cooler. All these parts are from my local MicroCenter. NZXT H500 AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz 6 Core ASRock AB350 Pro4 AM4 ATX AMD Motherboard Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 16GB - Bundle of two 8GB DDR4-2666 Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 500 Watt 80 Plus ATX Power Supply Inland Professional 240GB 3D TLC NAND SATA III 6GB/s 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive (240G)
  9. It was the code stamped on the die when i put on my water block.
  10. It's tu102-300-k3-a1....-300A signifies a binned chip.
  11. Afternoon All, There's not a lot of information out there about the ever elusive $1099 2080ti from Evga. This is a non-binned chip, tu102-300-k3-a1. I just installed this into my loop with an EK Vector water block. My loop consists of 1x 280 double rad, 1x slim 360 rad, d5 pump, 250 ml res, and an evo supremacy water block for the CPU. CPU is an i9-9900k OC'd to 5.0 Ghz all cores at 1.295 VCore. OC Results: +1500 on memory +175 Mhz on Core Clock Final Results - 2,115 Mhz Core - 8000 Mhz on memory - this is a great OC from a non-binned chip in my opinion. Benchmark results. Fire Strike - 29,799 TimeSpy - 14,827 SuperPosition 4k optomized - 13,082 Temps are amazing - idle the 2080ti is around 24c and under full load, during heavy benchmarks, it stalls out at 36c Overall I am really impressed with the card and at this price point, it cannot be beaten. Now, if you were to only use this card with the stock fans that may be a different outcome as far as overclocking and what not.
  12. Just wanted to let the board know that the EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti BLACK EDITION GAMING is now in stock on EVGA's website. I scooped one up today. It's currently 1099 with free shipping. They usually sell out in less than 12 hours just a heads up. https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-2281-KR
  13. Was curious if anyone in here is running Nvlink 2080s or 2080tis on an Aorus Master Z390 board..and if so, how do you like it so far?
  14. RTX cards can OC very well..specially the Ti!
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