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About Sir_damian

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  • CPU
    Intel i7 8700k
  • Motherboard
    Msi z370 krait gaming
  • GPU
    Msi rtx 2060 ventus oc
  • PSU
    Cooler Master MWE Gold 650 Watt Fully Modular
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. Hey I built a computer like few months ago. No trouble with it until like 2-3 weeks ago. Its start when I was playing city skylines and it restart after 40 mins of gameplay. Saw graphics was high when this happened so I lowered the graphics. Now few weeks later, playing satisfactory and now it restart after within 5 mins of gameplay. Now I'm also using a meter to check the watts of it. Its shows the max 300W throughout. Can anyone tell me what could it be? Its NOT over heating that for sure. I monitoring the temperature so not over heating. My parts: Msi krait motherboard z370 Intel i7 8700k CPU Rtx 2060 ventus oc GPU And a power supply Cooler Master MWE Gold 650 Watt Fully Modular.
  2. Ok so I have this motherboard msi z370 krait gaming. I went on there page and under support and they have video cards on the compatibility. Now I want to get the msi rtx 2060 ventus. Now because it's not under the compatibility of the motherboard should it still works or do I need to get a compatible video card?
  3. Hey I'm new to water cooling, but I know I would rather do a water system since i have the i7 8700k and got told it does run very hot. So I need help picking out which one I should get for my build. I'm down to two but would like to know what people think. I either want the ekwb ek fluid gaming A240 complete dual 120mm water/liquid cooling kit 240mm, or should I get the cooler master masterliquid lite ML240L RGB AIO cpu liquid cooler? I'm also going to get the msi geforce Rtx 2060 ventus 6g OC video card too but not gonna water cool my video card for now.
  4. Hi, I want to know for a beginner of using water cooling but also wants a great performance. Which should I uses, a custom water loop or an AIO water cooling? I'm using the i7 8700k cpu and that is all I'm gonna water cooled for now.
  5. Ok, I'm building a desktop computer, and I have already picked out few parts for it. Right now I came into a problem which I never heard of before. I picked a cpu which is intel core i7 8700k coffee lake 6 core cpu, I went on intel site and its states that cpu would only work with ddr4 2666 ram. Now I already try reach out to intel about this but they said it's only work with that type of ram. Now I had watch people use the same motherboard and cpu and uses a different kind of ram like ddr4 3200. So my question is can I uses a different ram then 2666? I actually just wanna put in ddr4 3200 thou