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KlassischerFeldsalat

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  1. Yep... If I would have pushed the voltage higher I could have made 4.4 GHz easily but I don't want to ruin my setup so I just test for 2-3 hours and then go back to 4 GHz @1.18 Volts with LLC 4. And yes it's kinda weird that I have a better score.. it's true tho, I recorded it.
  2. Hey so I have a Ryzen 7 2700x CPU and a GTX 1080. My CPU is cooled by the a Antec 360 mm Aio. I do have some questions tho: Is my fan setup in which they push / pull good? I mean yeah it's hard to say wether it's bad or not but do you see a obvious mistake I made? Also I could possibly move my GPU up one slot which would give me 16x Bandwidth with the Pcie slot but I think the gtx 1080 doesn't even saturate 8x completely. Downside is that I would loose view of a rgb piece on my Mainboard but for the sake of silence and noise I'll do it. I'm asking because it would be relatively close to my CPU aio cooler and I don't know if they would hear each other up..? Thanks already for reading! Have a nice day :)
  3. Hey, so I have on my Mainboard a 4 Pin 12 V RGB Header. It's the Asus X470 Prime Pro. I wanted to buy an 360 mm AIO but I couldn't find any possible AIO which comes with this kind of connection. Does someone know if there are even Fans for this type of connection out there so I could buy them and put them on an finished AIO? Thanks in advance.
  4. I have 1 of those cards. I'm currently having a 500 psu, and when I do certain benchmarks, it says in the top left corner "Limit" and then Temps, etc and also Power and Power is mostly the "bottleneck", thats why I was asking. So my psu is enough?
  5. I have a Ryzen 7 2700 X, Inno 3d I Chill GTX 1080 x4 Air boss, 16 gigabyte Trident Z ddr4 ram and 4 hard drives.
  6. Hey, I'm searching for a good power supply which is able to deliver 1000 Watts. I'm trying to find something not too expensive since I have to spare some money. But it shouldn't be a psu which blows up my pc (pretty obv) ^^ Got any suggestions?
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