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xReqt

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About xReqt

  • Title
    Member

System

  • CPU
    i7-8700
  • Motherboard
    Prime Z-370-A
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    Zotac AMP! 1070
  • Case
    Gamemax Falcon
  • Storage
    1TB HDD 128GB SSD
  • PSU
    Bequiet 800W
  • Display(s)
    75hz Acer Monitor
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100X
  • Keyboard
    Fnatic Ministreak
  • Mouse
    G305
  • Sound
    Blue Yeti mic /w Newer 9000 headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. @Fasauceome @SpookyCitrus Thanks for all the help, I decided to go with the Benq XL2411P its a little on the ugly side but I read some into it and it offers more then enough to think its under priced. Thanks again : )
  2. Hi, I have a budget of 180 pounds (No more then that) and im looking to get a good looking 144Hz monitor 24" or more and 1ms refresh rate. Must be able to purchase on Amazon UK If you link something please evaluate why its good as i'll never know as im not a wiz with monitors. Anything you link is so much appreciated! Cheers
  3. @jooroth18 Is it safe to play 10hours with a gpu at 70 and a cpu at 75c?
  4. @jooroth18 What are the benefits of keeping MCE on and if I turn it off will it decrease my temps or not?
  5. @jooroth18 I did a test recently in which didnt go over 80c and Would disabling MCE help the temps? as I've read it comes already enabled on asus mobo
  6. Hi, I have been getting pretty high CPU temps around 75c and sometimes a tad higher on games like PUBG on low settings, I currently am using a Corsair H100X AIO cooler and it was pretty good until I brought some new ram and turned on XMP profile. Someone told me to disable MCE for better results as im worried to play long periods (I play extremely long gaming sessions like a unhealthy amount) though I have no clue in what that is and where to find it on the Asus prime-z370-a bios (asus bios) and if I do would that just be it and id gain less temps for my cpu. Im a noob any help would be appreciated. -Reqt PS. My gpu is a 1070 and it sits around 65-70 while gaming and its pretty hot in the UK atm so in my opinion that is pretty decent.
  7. Hi, I am looking for a new case in which could have alot of fans as its coming to be summer and it's getting hot. My case is worn out and ugly looking. Requirements: If possible bottom fans (Never seen a case with them but sure they exists) More then 5 fans if possible. To be able to see the components inside (Tempered glass or any form of plastic see through) full ATX. Able to fit a 240mm aio cooler (Corsair H100X) --------------------------------------------------------------------- My specs should be in my signature Budget 100 pounds Amazon UK Only Thank you
  8. @seoz It goes to 65c max when gaming should that be okay? And goes to 1.344 max (only like 5-10 times an hour at most and only for 2 seconds)
  9. @seoz If I turn it off what else would I need to do (New at this)
  10. As titles says I heard it can improve cpu temps and I was just wondering what the impact of turning it off would be as well as would it affect anything? I am using an ASUS board so any help finding it in bios if I should turn it off would be great. My cpu vcore goes to 1.34 at most (Only 1-2 every now and then) but mostly sits around 1.328 Its at 4.28ghz. And runs hot around 60c on full low graphics.
  11. @TempestCatto Yo, its going to around 1.38 now is still ok? My temp increase a bit though ( sits around 45c when gaming now its 55-60c)
  12. @TempestCatto Yo, from what I see it doesn't go past 1.35 voltage on the cpu
  13. also this @TempestCatto http://prntscr.com/o5fg5q
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