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About Driver95

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    Everything Tech-Related


  • CPU
    Watercooled i9-9900K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z370 Pro
  • RAM
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti
  • Case
    Thermaltake V200
  • Storage
    1TB SSD and 2TB HDD
  • PSU
    Thermaltake 600W
  • Display(s)
    Acer KG251QB 24,5"
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Razer Cynosa Chroma
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 Pro
  • Sound
    HP 400 2.1 Speaker System
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. Hey, i just finished building my first PC yesterday. Now i noticed some strangely high and impossible Numbers when checking temps and fan speeds with different programs, some Fans show RPMs up to over 50000 RPM and one CPU Temp Parameter shows -3 degrees Celsius, The CPU Fans are showing over 4000 RPM which isnt possible too, max. is 1700rpm. Is there something to worry about with the Temps and wrong Fan Speeds or is it okay? otherwise the build runs just fine. attached is a txt file which i saved from OpenHardwareMonitor. Specs: Case: Corsair 275R Airflow Mobo: MSI Gaming Plus Z390 CPU: i9-9900K with Corsair H100x Watercooling with 2x Noctua NF-P12 Fans RAM: Crucial Ballistix LT Sport 4x 8GB GPU: Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti Gaming OC PSU: Seasonic Focus PX-850 Fans: 4x Corsair AF120 White LED Case Fans SSD / HDD: Crucial P1 1TB / 2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm OpenHardwareMonitor.Report.txt
  2. Hey guys, so i'm coming from a Pre-Built PC that i took apart despite still having warranty because im not happy with it. I want to move all components to a new Case with better Airflow and replace the GPU to a better one because the noise level is driving me nuts. i'm going to list everything down below, are there any compatibility issues with my ,,new" Build? Specs of Pre-Build: Thermaltake V200 TG RGB Case with 6x 120mm Fans (3 Intake, 1 exhaust, 2 exhaust on top, all were very weak even on full speed) Intel Core i9-9900K with Enermax LiqTech TR4 II 280mm 32GB RAM Crucial Ballistix Sport LT (4x 8GB) Nvidia MSI Aero RTX 2080 Ti (Blower) MSI Z370 A-Pro Motherboard 600w Thermaltake Smart RGB PSU 1TB Crucial NVMe M2 SSD 2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm HDD New Build: Corsair 275R Airflow Case with 4x Corsair AF120mm Fans (3 intake, 1 exhaust) Intel Core i9-9900K with Noctua NH-D15 Cooler 32GB RAM Crucial Ballistix Sport LT (4x 8GB) Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti Gaming OC MSI Z370 A-Pro Motherboard Corsair RM850x 850w PSU Fully Modular 1TB Crucial NVMe M2 SSD 2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm HDD Are the 3 intake fans and 1 exhaust fan enough? should i be worried about the RAM Height and Size of the CPU Cooler?
  3. @tdkid @Fasauceome thanks.
  4. @Fasauceome @jones177 @tdkid @RAS_3885 @merced175 will a Corsair RM850x 80+ Gold be enough? i spent the last 2 days taking the prebuilt apart and im making my own Build out of it now even though i still have warranty.
  5. @Fasauceome Yeah it looks exactly like that.
  6. @jones177 @merced175 @RAS_3885 @Fasauceome Its a Prebuilt PC that came with a Blower RTX 2080 Ti from MSI that strangely you cant buy anywhere in my Country (Germany) except on Sites from the US or Turkey..? you can only find info on it on the Chinese MSI Website and im not happy with it anymore because its way too loud and hot, thats why im desperately looking for a replacement and something more silent, so to say, Power Limit with the blower was 100 % and it never ,,sucked“ more than 250w, shouldnt it be enough if i power limit the Gigabyte too? Im not planning on overclocking anything, i was and am satisfied with the performance but the noise under load from the blower is unbearable, i cant take it anymore. My other Specs are: 32GB 2666 MHz DDR4 RAM i9-9900K Watercooled with Enermax LiqTech II 280mm 1TB Crucial NVMe M2 SSD 2TB Seagate HDD 7200rpm MSI Z-370 Motherboard
  7. Hey, is it possible that i can use this GPU -> Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti Gaming OC with an Thermaltake 600w Smart RGB 80 Plus (not Bronze or Gold or anything) PSU? Thanks in advance.
  8. Hey, this ones kinda hard to explain but i'll add a pic too so you can see what i mean so, i recently bought a pre-build PC with some parts still missing that i build in yesterday, like a HDD, off i went and bought a Seagate Firecuda SSHD 3,5 Inch, the Case Manufacturer advertises the Case with two SSD Mounts and two 3,5 Inch HDD Mounts, no brackets or something are included and none were delivered from the manufacturer which partly build the PC for me. so i take a look at the case and see only 3 holes for screws on one side where i could ,,attach" the HDD to, i did that and im not really satisfied with the outcome because the HDD is a little bit wobbly if you apply some force and doesnt even touch the left side (seen in pic) where i could like add a bracket and screws so there a lot of space, what can i do about it, heres a pic of the manual and thats how i did it, is there anything i can do about it or shouldnt i be worried? My Case is a Aerocool Bolt Midi-Tower.
  9. @Bombastinator @DarkSmith2 @Bcat00 @Gegger @Tristerin @Austin.j.porterfield @Dean.P. Hey! I almost forgot about my post here, so, yeah, i've been using the PC since nearly a month now and i must say that i'm really happy with it Performance-wise, it's a beast, so to say. sure it's a blower card, but i don't have any problems with thermal throttle or something like that, and when im not working im playing a good 6-8 hours a day on weekends and the temperature of the 2080 Ti always hovers around 78 degrees Celsius and the fan noise isn't so bad after all, i have a feeling that it was louder for the first days of heavy usage. Nothing compared to the GTX 760 OC Blower that i had as a replacement card in my old System that i used until 2017. that thing was really loud and since i sold it in 2017 i was switching from a Laptop with a 1060 that i sold which did thermal throttle really bad to a Tower with an 1080 which i ended up selling too for the Tower with the 2080 Ti and i'm not planning on selling it haha.
  10. @Gegger @Bcat00 i already contacted the seller and i was told that its identical in performance. the reason i asked on this forum is because i thought it was a fake card with a flashed BIOS or something like that. I have the System up and running since Saturday and i'm pretty satisfied with how it runs, even with the single fan it maintains 74-78 degrees celsius while gaming on Ultra Settings and 144hz, not more. Sure it's a bit louder with the single fan but not too much.
  11. @Gegger Sorry for the late reply, here are pictures with the Panel off, and if you Zoom in you can clearly see Geforce RTX 2080 Ti Aero 11G written on the Sticker on the second pic.
  12. Yes, i bought it from Otto, its a Captiva G29IG 19V1, i might do some benchmarks and compare it, i already thought of that too. @Gegger Yes i can unscrew the 4 screws that hold the Panel in its place.
  13. Thanks for the quick reply. I was promised a Palit 2080 Ti GamingPro or Dual, the seller didnt really clarify which one. I Cant really make better pictures because the Glass Panel is reflecting too much. Any Serial Numbers Are Hard to see too.
  14. Hey, i bought a new prebuild pc from a rather big company here in Germany. he arrived today and while inspecting it i noticed that my 2080 Ti is not from Palit as it should be, instead i got this 2080 Ti (Photos) and i wanna ask you guys if this is a real 2080 ti with the MSI Aero Design or a fake one, i did a little research and there is no 2080 Ti with this Aero Design from MSI, atleast not in Germany/Europe, i found some information on the Card on the Chinese MSI Website and some Turkish Websites who sell them, One on ebay too, from the US. What do you think? Sorry about my English and Sorry for the Bad pics, theres some dust on the Glass Panel already.