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Neymus

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  1. So, between a card performing at 70°C and another one at 85°C, the two will last as long?
  2. I'm really worried about damaging my PC since it's the first time I have one. I set my Afterburner's fan speed/temps as to not exceed 70°C while gaming, but is it overkill or something ? If you're asking, I have the dual fan gigabyte model, and since I know the cooling of this card is poor, I tweaked the fan speed so the fans will run at like 80% when I hit 60°C and 90% when I hit 70°C, of course it makes a ton of noise and I don't know if that's really necessary.
  3. I don't know what the issue is, but idle CPU temps being at 60°C is not normal... Even 45°C is a bit high apparently, but it's fine with the stock cooler. Try reinstalling the drivers or even uninstall some drivers if you installed any. I remember installing a socket driver for my motherboard, and my perfs were lower (not as low as you though), so yeah.
  4. Silly question, but since tier E can max out 1600X and 3600X, will it max out a 2600 ?
  5. Yeah, stock cooler. I know it's not great, but 50°C all the time is really not something I want. I set my cpu cooler at full speed on the bios and stuff too, so yeah I think it's a little bit weird. I made sure to close all the programs by the way, it would still be at 3,6-3,7GHz (but if it's normal then fine) and again, still at 50°C. I know the solution would be to get a better CPU cooler, but since I've purchased my PC not so long ago, I'm a bit broke.
  6. As I said in the title, even at 11% load it would still be up to 3,7GHz. (If you don't know and too lazy to check, base clock speed is at 3,4GHz and max turbo boost is 3,9GHz). Because of that, my temps are like 5°C higher (45°C on idle before and 50°C now). I don't think I've touched anything in the bios, I only tweaked my ram speed, what do you think is causing that?
  7. Everything is in the title, basically there's a very slight "tick tick tick" sound when my PC is running, but nothing when it's on the side. What could be causing it? Is it normal or even dangerous?
  8. I tried different jack to jack adaptaters and the problem is still here... What can I do and/or what is causing this? Should I get a refund?
  9. Waking from sleep, right now it's completly turned off to see if the problem is still there.
  10. Okay, so right now my PC booted up by itself 3 times the past 30 minutes, it's pretty annoying to go and turn it off, what is the problem? Just in case here are my specs : -Ryzen 5 2600 -Gigabyte RTX 2060 -B450M Pro4 -Crucial P1 M.2 -BitFenix Nova -Be Quiet System Power 9 500W Do you know what I can do?
  11. The fan is facing down like it should be, so there shouldn't be anything in it I don't know... I also bought the PSU brand new so I think it might be my fault. I'll see that later today.
  12. My PSU is a be quiet System Power 9 500W, and it makes this noise when my PC is on. It doesn't do it if the PC is on the side, but only when it stands verticaly... What could it be? Is this caused by a cable or something on the ground? Voix_058.m4a
  13. Nevermind, my problem is solved.
  14. Okay, so I finished my build but the problem is, I can't go 144hz. I'm connected by DisplayPort, and I have no drivers, do I need to install them?
  15. No, I'm at the point of the build where I built everything outside the case to see if it works. However, I don't think the numbers are false, because when it hitted 115°C my PC shutted down. Right now I've tighten the screws again and it's at around 80°C, but still rising.
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