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Silent93x

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About Silent93x

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    Newbie
  • Birthday 1998-10-08

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Italy
  • Interests
    Mini-ITX
    Ultrabooks
    Gaming Setups
    E-Sports
  • Biography
    From elementary school I developed an interest in PCs, I built my first PC when I was 10, now I'm a student at university with kinda good grades hoping to get a degree in nanotechnologies and nanomaterials for bio-therapy
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    I9-9900k
  • Motherboard
    Asus z390 Maximum XI Formula
  • RAM
    G.Skill 32 (2x16) 3000mhz
  • GPU
    ASUS 2080ti Matrix
  • Case
    NZXT H500
  • Storage
    Seagate 2tb hdd; Samsung Evo 860 500gigs; Samsung Evo 970 250 gigs
  • PSU
    Corsair CXM750 W
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix MAG241C
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X62
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Mk.2
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    Corsair Void Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. Ok, the point is that his old 780ti when saturated get really loud with some thermal throttling from time to time, but I think that's more of a cooler problem since that is a reference card. I'm thinking about a 1080 mini. Yeah I went for noctua coolers since my fans are really quiet.
  2. What kind of cards you suggest, the most heavy application that he uses are blender and photoshop
  3. Yeah I forgot to mention that I got a noctua cooler He is mainly animating, btw I was thinking about using a node 202 that I got for 30 bucks Yeah maybe I'll take that one, but I'd like to get something like a 1060. Idk about overkill, he saturated 16 gigs multiple times
  4. That I am aware of: amazon, lenovo, dell, asus, MSI, gigabyte.
  5. So, I was building a sff PC for my brother, and he asked for the minimum noise, I was thinking to buy a fanless card. For the system I was thinking about a non k i5, and 32 gigs of ram. The budget is around 400 dollars, any suggestion is welcome, even a system change.
  6. I said 1500 dollars, mainly light work and a bit of AutoCAD on the go, the only thing that I ask is a battery life of >4hrs. Wdym "any links of online store"?
  7. The oldest that belongs to me is a beated up lenovo ideapad 100-15ibd that I got for 50 bucks that got some love (upgraded to 16gigs of ram and got ssd) and now I use it as a htpc. The one I used the most is a razer blade which I accidentally broke the keyboard and now the sits comfortably behind the TV.
  8. Hi, I play at 8000 DPI with the sensitivity of 0.2 and windows built in accelerator put to the slowest option, since this way the pixel jumps are minimized, but basically i have an edpi of 1600 that feels more responsive than a regular 1600dpi with an ingame sens of 1. Btw I play 1920x1080 4:3 aspect ratio
  9. Try uninstalling the driver with a specifico tool (don't use the built one, it usually doesn't remove totally the drivers), if it still persist, I suggest to return it, it isn't worth to open because it's new, it's really expensive and you risk a warranty void
  10. Yeah, I'll suggest to take a look at the t480 from lenovo, I took it, should arrive tuesday, but that thing is running an mx150, basically a 1050 downclocked. But the battery life is 18hrs, so if you value more battery life this is a better choice
  11. Hi, I use AutoCAD too, in this forum they reccomended me the legion y7000 if you can ignore the rater average battery life of 5hrs, it's a great bang for your buck (btw I'm still in 1st year we are still learning to use AutoCAD, and no I'm not studying Architectural drafting)
  12. Watching the video I think it's the fan touching something, I don't reccomend taking it apart by yourself if you are not secure, but at least in your case, it's the fan touching
  13. It could be the fan, try this, run a test (try aida64), and notice if with more CPU stress it kicks in. I don't own one, but if it last for not so much and is subtle, it could be that the fan is spinning faster or touching something or both. Notice if there is correlation with CPU stress, and if there is you have nothing to worry about. When you do the test pur an update
  14. I was thinking about the Thinkpad T480, but I was concerned about the MX150, but if it runned on my 970m, I think it can runs even there
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