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sabre350Z

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About sabre350Z

  • Title
    Member

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    Sabr350z#0943

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Belgium
  • Interests
    Pc’s and cars
  • Biography
    Belgian pc and car enthusiast
  • Occupation
    Electromechanical technician

System

  • CPU
    Intel 9700k pinned @ 4.9GHz
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Strix Z370-E Gaming
  • RAM
    G-Skill Trident Z 3200MHz 2x8Gb dual slot
  • GPU
    ASUS Strix Nvidia Rtx 2070 OC 8Gb @ 2010 MHz
  • Case
    Lian li PC O-11 Dynamic
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo m.2 ssd 512Gb and Samsung 970 Evo plus m.2 ssd 1Tb
  • PSU
    Seasonic prime platinum 750w
  • Display(s)
    In the market aw3418dw vs x34
  • Cooling
    Corsair h150i pro rgb
  • Keyboard
    Logitech K720 and looking to upgrade
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master 2
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. I have contacted Asus about it, we will see what they say. i have done everything i possible can i think. - Latest Bios - Latest GPU Driver - Tried all the settings and everything reacts perfect like it should, only GPU does nothing
  2. but the motherboard and the software can read/see the temps from the GPU but just doesn't respond, the GPU temp is right there the yellow dot is correct only difference i see is that when it's CPU or PCH or Motherboard temps the yellow dot follows the Fan curve on where it is sitting, with the GPU however, it sits at the bottom and there is a faded yellow dot where it actually would be sitting if it would follow the fan curve. So the software is getting the info but does nothing with it. So i thought i was missing like a setting maybe, but there is nothing like settings i can relate to this in the software
  3. yes, 0805 is the latest BIOS and dates from 31 Januari 2019 i have an Asus motherboard and Asus GPU, thats actually the thing, presuming they would communicate better if that would be possible, but they apparently don't
  4. The software will react to the input of the CPU, PCH and motherboard temps, but not to the GPU
  5. To your first question, it's true my CPU fan doesn't show, i have a AIO where the fans are plugged in for the cpu and the AIO does have a feedback from the motherboard but it does'n show on the software and i have done calibration for all fans. you can test all those fans in the software and i can let them spin independently from well "group" to "group" since they are connected trough splitters. so one group is bottom fans and one group is top fans, 3 fans per group. Extreme Quiet does not limit max fan speed it just lowers the fan curve i think, because when the pc heat up enough the fans wil still spin but the threshold is lower, and they are slower a bit but not to a standstill. and i tried other speed/performance settings, this didn't change anything. And the "overheating" tic off box doesn't change anything either. they don't spin when the CPU heats up, because i removed CPU temp from the sources and they did spin when CPU was in the source but i want to have my GPU in the source but that just doesnt respond. i just wanted it to ramp up depending on GPU temp.
  6. So i have an Asus Strix Z370-E Gaming motherboard. this came with a couple of programs in Asus Armoury crate, of which was Fan Xpert4, now i have run the automatic fan tuning and i have bottom fans and top fans (chimney effect in an Lian-Li PC O-11 Dynamic). The bottom fans are right under the GPU and i tried to let them spin when the GPU is getting hot, so they would blow some fresh air over the GPU, but for some reason they wil not spin when i try to heat it up with someting like a benchmark. As you can see, it nice and toasty and the fancurve is set so they would spin, the source is set as GPU Temp. and the yellow dot is where the temp. of the GPU is on the fancurve, but they won't spin. Am i missing something?
  7. Try shorting the power button pins on the motherboard header, if it works you can assume that your power button on your case is defective!
  8. Its the first build i did and its almost a year old now. Budget wasn't really a problem, i wanted to build something nice and clean and looks like i wanted. Comments are welcome but i'm a bit of an Asus fanboy, i like teh Asus design and never had any problem with Asus products. My experience may vary to others but yeah thats my experience CPU: Intel 9700K Pinned @ 4.9Ghz CPU-cooler: Corsair H150I Pro RGB Push-Pull Motherboard: Asus Strix Z370-E Gaming Ram: G-Skill Trident Z RGB 2x8Gb 3200MHz GPU: Asus Strix RTX 2070 OC 8Gb @ 2010MHz Case: Lian Li PC O11 Dynamic Black PSU: Seasonic Prime Platinum 750W SSD: Samsung 970 Evo NVMe 512Gb and a 970 Evo plus NVMe 1Tb I'm proud of the outcome if i can say so
  9. https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gpu-hierarchy,4388.html this is juist a “performance list” of the GPU’s in 2019
  10. if your going to install your gpu horizontaly you might want to install some fans at the bottom as intake fans as they wil blow cool air right on your GPU, since your going to install your rad at the side its not that its going to hurt your CPU temps. i have 3 bottom as intake, 3 side as intake and 3 top as exhaust, seemed the more logical aproach for me. my temps seem really good IMO. 9700K not going over 72°C and is pinned at 4.9GHz and my GPU is not going over 60ish°C while gaming and that one is overclocked too, runs at 2010 MHz. i like my case, probably could do a better overclock but i tried a nice boost but wasn't willing to risk to much i think, but yeah. Why are you so drawn to the O11 Air if i may ask?
  11. I have the Lian Li o-11 Dynamic and i find it great! Used all the fan slots though and my AIO is Push-Pull, not that it needed it but i didn't want to waste the fans i got with the AIO so i put them in the back and indeed the rad on the side looks really nice IMO.
  12. ok, i think its going to be that one probably, i've got a friend who had a colorimeter to set up the colours and gamma on the monitor. so that won't be a problem for me. Thanks for the feedback!
  13. Acer Predator isn't even on that list, is it so bad then? i also got an Nvidia GPU so G-Sync would be preferable.
  14. So i'm going to upgrade my monitor from a 23" 16:9 1080p 60hz to a 21:9 1440p. Any suggestion on which is better and why? i'm looking for an IPS panel, but is there such a big difference between IPS and VA? Does somebody have experience with brands and complains of some brands or manufacturing of the monitors i have a 1000€ budget for a new monitor and so far i've come across Alienware AW3418DW and Acer Predator x34 or x34p i believe,
  15. so the big plastic tab fits with your connector
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