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  1. If you have read, no where did I say I'll be using it for water cooling. I want something so I don't have to use anything Corsair. All I talk about is air cooling.
  2. Yeah, above 4GHz, it starts getting a little power hungry. I did get it to 4.4GHz but my voltage was near 1.5v. A little much. I did run OCCT and Cinebench R20 for 15 mins each. Nothing crashed. I know not enough time. Temps were creeping up to 80 degrees. Wasn't comfortable with that.
  3. I did a couple restarts, and it seems to be reading proper now. On OCCT, Core Temp, HWMonitor and HWInfo64 *just installed it*. My idle temps are back to what they were before. Yeah, everyone likes my load temps. When I use both fans on my D15, I get about max temps of 47-48. I've actually had people say they don't believe me that I have temps like that for an air cooler. I've actually had my boost speed hit 7GHz on all cores once. Not sure if it was error or what. I haven't had any issues with it at all.
  4. So I got my new case in today. Moved everything over. But for some reason, my Idle temp stays at 40 degrees. Doesn't go any lower then that. Before I switched, it would be at around 25-27 on idle. But when I did 15 mins of Cinebench R20, temps stayed around 50-52 load. Then I went to OCCT within 10 secs and same thing after 15 mins. Load temps are the same. Nothing changed there. I don't know if my idle temps are reading proper. As you can see OCCT lowest said 28 but in HWMonitor is says 50. HWMonitor was running when I was running both Cinebench R20 and OCCT. I went from a Phanteks Enthoo Pro M *Mid Tower* to the Phanteks 719. CPU cooler is a NH-D15 running a single fan.
  5. I don't have the Grid, It's from other people who were having issues. Lots were saying mainly not having enough power to supply the fans. There was one guys who showed a pic of where the fan header melted.
  6. I wasn't expecting to have a bunch of user experience with it, but doesn't hurt to ask. The Grid won't work proper with my fans. I have the Noctua NF-A14 industrialPPC 140mm 3000 RPM and NF-F12 industrialPPC 120mm 3000 RPM, and there have been users who have the Grid and those fans and have had nothing but issues. I know the Commander Pro would have no issues power powering these fans but i'm unable to find the proper amps and watts of each fan header as it's different from different sources. Some places say it's 1 amp per channel, same say 0.8 amp per channel. One place said it was 0.3 amp per channel. I know this EK Loop Connect is 120watts/10amps total between all 6 fan headers. So that gives them 20watts/1.6amps per fan header. If i'm correct the NF-A14 is 6.6watts/0.55 amps max? So, if those are the specs on the EK LoCo *I like this name for it lol*, it should be able to power 2 NF-A14 at full speed without issues on one fan header. I'm not saying i'm gonna do that but I do believe it has the capability to do so.
  7. I was wondering if anyone here has used the EK Loop Connect? It looks like it can do what the Commander Pro can do. https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-loop-connect Looks like a great alternative to the Commander Pro.
  8. If they have it and is in your price range, try for the Trident Z Neo 3200MHz CL14. F4-3200C14D-32GTZN. I just ordered this kit myself. After looking around, a lot of people say 3200MHz CL14 is the sweet spot Ryzen.
  9. I'm in Canada. I have no budget. Not including my NH-D15 fans, 6 fans for now. For some reason, not sure if it's the fans or motherboard but they don't seem to like each other. They run but at times the fans ramp up to full for no reason.
  10. I'm looking for a fan controller. I want something where I can control each fan individual, like the Corsair Commander Pro. But I rather not buy the Commander Pro if I can help it. Not due to price but due to an issue I had with them when I tired to RMA my H100i V2 back in 2016 or 2017. Since then, I have had zero respect for them. I will be using Noctua Industrial PPC fans.
  11. Unfortunately, I voided my warranty on them. They have been used in 3-4 different systems and have abused them. I already have money put away for a new Ryzen 4000 cpu and motherboard. I already looked on Amazon for the part number and the seller wants $510 for the kit. And I don't get anything off Amazon, unless it's sold and shipped by Amazon. While I can get it for $380 shipped from Newegg. I live in Canada.
  12. One of my memory sticks bit the dust this morning. So i'm looking at getting a new kit. I currently have 2x8GB G.Skill Ripjaws V, Asus Prime X-470 Pro and Ryzen 5 2600X. Since i'm buying a new kit, Since i'm getting a new kit, i'm also thinking of going with 32GB. As I do plan on doing more with my PC than just gaming in the up coming months. So my issue is, I used that G.Skill memory configuration and saw this kit F4-3200C14D-16GTZN Trident Neo 2x8GB 16GB kit. But I want to get the F4-3200C14D-32GTZN which is the same kit but in 32GB. But the 32GB kit wasn't in the memory configuration. My concern is, will I have issues with the 32GB kit with my current setup? I'm also planning on upgrading once Ryzen 4000 hits. I'm also open to suggestions but no Corsair. I would like to get a 3200 CL14 kit.
  13. I highest I was able to get my 2600x, was 4.3GHz @ 1.44 volts or somewhere around there for it to be stable. Way to high for my liking. Even 4.2GHz it needed lots of voltage. So I keep mine at 4GHz at 1.24 volts. Anything above 4GHz, I'm pretty sure they need alot of voltage. This was on a Asus Prime Pro X470.
  14. Lately, i've been humming and odding about getting a new case. I currently have a Phanteks Enthoo Pro M mid tower case. https://www.newegg.ca/brushed-black-phanteks-enthoo-pro-m-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811854042 I have a Noctua D15 cooler and it just makes the case look small. Don't mind the bit of mess. It's an older picture and at the time I was using it to diagnose hard drives and whatnot. I now have a separate PC for that. I originally was going to get the Phanteks Enthoo Pro II when it came out but i'm not sure on the release date. I have 3 cases it was looking at. I will not be water cooling. I rather have a fan die, than a pump. I've had a AIO Corsair pump die on me. And I won't get into it. I just don't buy Corsair products after that. Phanteks Enthoo 719 https://www.newegg.ca/satin-black-phanteks-enthoo-luxe-2-full-tower/p/N82E16811854088 Phanteks Eclipse P600S https://www.newegg.ca/black-phanteks-eclipse-p600s-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811854083?Description=P600S&cm_re=P600S-_-11-854-083-_-Product Fractal Design Meshify S2 https://www.newegg.ca/black-fractal-design-meshify-s2-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811352103 Only issue with the S2 is, it might not be wide enough for the D15, as my Enthoo Pro M the window just barely clears it and it is just a tad wider at 9.25" as oppose to 9.17" of the S2. I'm not worried about price. But I also don't wanna spend $500. Thats for my new motherboard.
  15. I'm looking for a Bluetooth USB Adapter for my Xbox One Controller. I currently use it on my laptop which has built-in Bluetooth but unfortunately my gaming PC doesn't. So i'm not sure if any bluetooth usb adopter will work.