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  • CPU
    Intel i7 6700
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG G20CB
  • RAM
    16 GB
  • GPU
    Nvidia 1070
  • Case
    Asus ROG G20CB
  • PSU
    Asus ROG G20CB
  • Display(s)
    Vizio M-55

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  1. Did you buy a 3950X or do you know someone who has a hook-up? I haven't seen anyone with one yet. I'm pretty jealous.
  2. I wouldn't recommend using Ryzen Master to overclock anything as it may introduce instability when adjusting the same settings from within BIOS wouldn't. And I can't tell you exactly what works well in Ryzen Master and what doesn't. Use the DRAM Calculator to get you started on RAM overclocking. https://www.overclock.net/forum/13-amd-general/1640919-new-dram-calculator-ryzena-1-6-2-overclocking-dram-am4-membench-0-8-dram-bench.html And you will likely get more performance out of the box from that 32GB kit, but a 16GB kit will likely overclock better than a 32GB kit.
  3. You need to put more information into your post if you want any actual help.
  4. It's usually not terribly difficult. If you're worried then look for a tear-down of your GPU on YouTube and decide if it's something you're capable of doing yourself.
  5. Whoa that's a good bit of savings going with the ASUS laptop. I'd do that and buy another RAM stick.
  6. This isn't true. There are brackets/mounts that you can use to put an AIO on a GPU. The NZXT Kraken G12 is probably the most popular and is about $25 ~ $30. I have one and paired it with an new but old style EVGA 120 that I found on sale. That AIO has about a 5400 RPM pump speed and my overclocked 1070 ti doesn't go above 53*C in a room that's 85*F/30*C. Highly recommend.
  7. Ayyyyy glad you got it sorted! What was the old PSU? So people know what to stay away from.
  8. At this point you can pretty much buy anything you want if capacity is your largest concern. If you want the Neo kits then go for it. If you want something else then that will be workable too.
  9. I would use splitters with fans of the same type that you will run at the same speed. That is -- if you want to monitor fan speeds.
  10. Have you considered something pre-made? Like this Noctua controller? It works with 12V fans. I have three Noctua 3000RPM fans connected to one and five Corsair 12V fans connected to another. I guess what matters is the amperage of the fan you're using? https://smile.amazon.com/Noctua-NA-FC1-4-pin-PWM-Controller/dp/B072M2HKSN/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=noctua+controller&qid=1574948729&sr=8-2
  11. Stay with the platform if you're running that many cards.
  12. Can you explain what disqualifies a board from consideration?
  13. Oh, I'll use it, but not to compare cases. Teeheehee.