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  1. Just did that, 6 cores were @ 1.494v and 2 @ 1.5v So it seems to be good! Edit: Can't leave without saying thank you. So thank you to everyone for their input!
  2. Here are the new screenshots. From what I can tell, the values seem to be a bit lower. But unlike with the previous screenshots, the computer was mostly idling on the desktop, so not doing anything intensive just before I took them, or does that not matter?
  3. Thanks for the quick reply guys! Yes, everything is working perfect tbh, I really can't complain. I've tested a lot of games on 2560x1440, with everything on ultra and I'm getting 100fps+, even on more recent AAA games. But I've also read about high voltage values on Ryzen, so I decided to check mine and found this. Good to read all is good though. @Jurrunio Thanks, I will test that right now. Just to be sure.
  4. Hey guys! I've just built my very first gaming pc. Everything is working great, got some good Corsair ML1400mm Pro to keep it all cool. All the drivers, bios, Windows etc. have been updated. But I'm wondering if these CPU voltages are okay or not. If not, to what value should I set them and how (I'm a real novice here). Here are two screenshots, both are after 2-3 hours of gaming: Here are the specs of the pc: Motherboard: MSI B450M Mortar Max CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3800X (with stock Wraith Prism cooler, no overclock) GPU: Sapphire RADEON NITRO+ RX 5700 XT RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 2x8gb SSD: Kingston A2000 1 TB PSU: Corsair TX-M Series TX650M V2 If you need any more information or stats from other programs, let me know, I will download it and run the test. Thanks very much!
  5. Thank you! I will definitely look into it, looks like a great combination of parts.
  6. But the FE does look cool. But we gotta keep those thermals down...
  7. As the title suggests, would you go for a RTX 2060 Super or a third party variant, if so, which one would you choose, and why?
  8. Hmm, alright. And what about the thermals with the H200 + RTX 2060? Or even a RX 5700? Any recommendations here? And the psu, is it enough or too much?
  9. Yeah, it won't fit + the Pro4 doesn't have wifi and bluetooth, which is a nice bonus.
  10. Hey guys, It's my first build. Up until about a week, I didn't know anything about which parts to pick, what type of cpu goes with which motherboard type etc. etc. I've been doing a lot of research and I've compiled my build down below. (I haven't added a cpu cooler, since the Ryzen 7 3700x comes with the Wraith Prism.) Here it is: PCPartPicker Part List CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor (€349.00 @ CD-ROM-LAND) Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty B450 Gaming-ITX/ac Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard (€113.90 @ Megekko) Memory: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory (€119.85 @ Megekko) Storage: Intel 660p Series 1.02 TB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive (€104.90 @ Megekko) Video Card: MSI GeForce RTX 2060 6 GB VENTUS OC Video Card (€379.95 @ CD-ROM-LAND) Case: NZXT H200 Mini ITX Tower Case (€83.00 @ Paradigit) Power Supply: Corsair SF 600 W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully Modular SFX Power Supply (€125.00 @ Megekko) Case Fan: Cooler Master MasterFan MF140R ARGB 90 CFM 140 mm Fan (€19.90 @ CD-ROM-LAND) Case Fan: Cooler Master MasterFan MF140R ARGB 90 CFM 140 mm Fan (€19.90 @ CD-ROM-LAND) Case Fan: Cooler Master MasterFan MF120R ARGB 59 CFM 120 mm Fan (€19.90 @ CD-ROM-LAND) Case Fan: Cooler Master MasterFan MF120R ARGB 59 CFM 120 mm Fan (€19.90 @ CD-ROM-LAND) Total: €1355.20 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-07-31 04:07 CEST+0200 My questions: 1. Will all these parts fit together nicely? 2. What kind of thermals can I expect since the RTX 2060 is so close to the psu shroud cover. Although the plate is perforated and the SFX psu leaves more room for the gpu to breathe, but I'm still not sure. 3. If the thermals will be okay, should I go with the AMD Radeon RX 5700? It's stronger but the price is very close to the RTX 2060. Though it does have a blower style cooler, so It might be less efficient which is something I definitely don't need when there are already thermal concerns. What do you think? 4. Is the psu overkill or fine? 5. Maybe going with the NZTX 400 would be a better option to help thermals, any thoughts on this? Other important stuff: - I'd gladly hear if you guys think I should go with other parts, maybe a different (cheaper) motherboard? I do like the fact it has wifi and bluetooth, so I don't have get dongles - Going the Intel cpu route will definitely cost me more + will need a new motherboard and cooler recommendation. So I think I'll stick to the chosen cpu. - I've added 2x 140mm fans for the front and 2x 120mm for the rear and top to help with air circulation. (I live in The Netherlands, so the prices may differ from what you're used to (we pay more usually :p), but I'm aiming to spend around €1300 for the computer alone.)
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