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About Derrk

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  • Location
    82.8628° S, 135.0000° E


  • CPU
    Ryzen 2700x
  • Motherboard
    X470-F Gaming
  • RAM
    Team Dark Pro 2x8gb 3400mhz CL14
  • GPU
    EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black
  • Case
    Meanit 5 PM - DIY mesh front panel
  • Storage
    3x I dont remember - 128gb sata m.2 + 2x1tb hdd
  • PSU
    Corsair SF600
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2817Q + LG i dont remember & don't want to look at the back of it
  • Cooling
    EKWB Open Loop
  • Keyboard
    cheapo logitech
  • Mouse
    cheapo logitech
  • Sound
    Bose QC 35 II + Sony HiFi MHC-EC909iP
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Home Premium
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  1. yes it fits. you might have to remove the lower bays r4 says it can fit up to 430mm gpu. 2080oc is 280mm
  2. i think adding a chiller to mineral oil would introduce condensation to the oil. Eventually there'd probably be enough moisture mixed with the oil to do bad things to components
  3. if you're building an intel system, go with the 32gb kit regardless. you could still maybe hit 3600mhz if you wanted at cl18 ryzen really enjoys samsung b-die, but if its not ryzen, you wont miss out on a lot
  4. keyboards are entirely subjective. Get the one that feels/sounds/costs the best for you looking for an "objective" answer on keyboards will start WWIII
  5. computer stores like microcenter have entire aisles with keyboards on display for testing. similarly, best buy employees aren't paid enough to care if you rip keyboards out of boxes to test them out
  6. 1200rpm doesnt seem too slow for an exhaust fan. you can always change the fan curve though so it moves faster as things heat up
  7. seems alright. Your case has good ventilation so you should expect good airflow. If you want to see your max temps, you should stress test with something more intensive like aida64
  8. most trident z use b die, but not all. I'm having trouble finding the exact model numbers for these, but i assume the cl14 kit is b-die and the cl16 kit is not. If you need 32gb, go with that. its cheaper than the 16gb kit. However, if you game and want to squeeze the most fps you can, go with the 16gb kit, because you could loosen the timings and overclock to 3600mhz
  9. likely just the psu fan ramping up when it draws a lot of power
  10. gpu overclocks are completely safe as long as you don't change the voltage
  11. i recommend upgrading performance over aesthetics, but its entirely subjective id suggest getting cheaper fans and an ssd, especially if you have one already
  12. the cooler can handle overclocking, but ryzen doesnt overclock very well itself it looks like a good build!
  13. they killed my horse

    1. OlympicAssEater
    2. amdorintel


      question is why did they kill your horse, for horse meat burgers?