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Connorg27

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About Connorg27

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    8700k
  • Motherboard
    Msi z390 carbon pro
  • RAM
    4x8gb trident-z 3200mhz
  • GPU
    Aurus 1080ti
  • Case
    Trace
  • Storage
    2 1 tb ssd. 1 tb hdd
  • PSU
    Evga g2 850w 80+ gold
  • Display(s)
    Alienware aw3418dw
  • Cooling
    Corsair h115i pro aio

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  1. Sorry man your right, i was just freaking out and im a novice at best here on LTT but it wont happen again. Does coil whine develop randomly even after a year or so? My old card had coil whine and this is more of an electrical buzzing that at times sounds like electrical farting in the sense that it pulses quickly, almost a squeel and then goes constant. I was thinking it might be the pcie slot on the MOBO but EVGA thinks it is a power delivery issue on the card itself. Just really dont want to go the RMA route especially with all this covid stuff going on. Thank you for the reply
  2. Hello guys, my 2080ti ftw3 ultra started to act weird today aftee being great for months. When i open a game, it will pulsate a buzz sound at loading screens and go constant in game. I find it hard to believe it's just coil whine as it never did this before, but I'm curious to know what you guys think. Also, I noticed loading screens now take a lot longer than they use to. For more info and possibly unrelated, the other day I went to turn on my PC and i shocked the power button. When it booted, there was a bios error message that said settings returned to default. I replaced the CMOS battery, and it was fine from there but thats when I noticed the buzz. I've already replaced the PSU, HDD, and gpu power cables. Still happening. Is it possible the shock from my finger hurt the MOBO and is causing a buzz? No buzz under CPU or memory stress, just gaming.
  3. I get it now! Thank you for that. im new to ltt and forums in general. Alright i will keep my current set up thanks
  4. I have a rear 120mm exhaust and my 280mm aio with 2 fans exhausting on top. I have tried removing the side panel to see if temps dropped but i didnt see a measureable difference. As well as 3 120mm intakes in front. Is that a good set up?
  5. So I have an Ibuypower trace case that has 3 120mm intake fans in front seperated ONLY by a magnetic dust filter. I removed the front panel for maximum airflow. The center 120mm fan will be directly pointing on my 2080ti, the other 2 arent really that important and I feel that any fan would do just fine. But what fan would you recommend for the intake pointing at gpu to cool it the most? My thinking is that with no front panel and nothing blocking the fan inside the case, I should be looking for the highest airflow and not so much static pressure but I'd like to hear your thoughts! My main goal is to cool my gpu as much as possible. Every degree makes a difference
  6. You'll be the first to know, this weekend! I'll pm you my results. Til then, take care ?
  7. My brother actually gave me his alienware 34inch ultrawide 1440p monitor and although I can always drop settings to high or lower shadows etc, i really wanted to take advantage of the monitor's 120hz without sacrificing quality (coming from a 1080p ultrawide before so the drop was pretty huge). I know its stupid and certainly not worth it at first, but i did find a buyer for my 1080ti for 550$, so i was halfway there. My thinking was to be covered for another few years and will hopefully be worth it soon enough. What are your thoughts?
  8. Lmaoo oh no, it is though, trident z. Better get a 1200w just to be safe ?
  9. Sweet thats what i figured. I think i saw Linus build 2 2080ti's sli on 1000w so i shouldve known better lol. I actually have the auros 1080ti now and im a little sad to retire that beast of a card ? but its bittersweet of course! Take care and thanks again!!?
  10. Forgot to mention the 32gb 3200mhz ram but im sure 850w is still fine right?
  11. Yeah haha but no worries. Im seriously humbled by all the replies. Ltt is the best. Everyone else people just rip on me for not knowing things
  12. Thanks for the reply. It is an EVGA g2 850w 80+ gold
  13. Yeah your right and thats definitely great to hear considering how much a pain in the ass getting my power supply out was at first haha. Thank you for the reply
  14. Thanks for the reply. Thats great to know. Love your build too! So with that much headroom do you think I can OC the 2080ti as well? Although I probably wont considering the temps people are getting at stock lol
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