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About JoshHendi

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    IT Manager


  • CPU
    i7-8086K @ 5ghz @ 1.275v
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus Z370
  • RAM
    RipJaw DDR4@3733
  • GPU
    Crossfired Red Dragon Vega 64s
  • Case
    Corsair 900D
  • Storage
  • PSU
    Corsair RM1000x
  • Display(s)
    27" Asus 144mhz
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15
  • Sound
    Vintage audio setup that needs it's own profile
  • Operating System
    Win10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Surface Book 2

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  1. Im found of Electrum if you want a PC wallet... Great feature including several receive addresses
  2. If you want to put your twitch/reaction skills to work its a classic
  3. I'd go 8th or 9th gen Intel and overclock it as high as possible, and pairing with fast ram will help quite a bit too
  4. Noctua's new stuff is super nice... some of the best temps out there, spreads easy and suppose to have 5+year use
  5. Anything over 700w from a reputable brand with an 80+ Rating should be good for ya
  6. You can install either an M.2 SATA or NVMe drive into that slot (assuming you get one of the proper length, you have two different options for your board) I'd advise installing the m.2 drive, then either new OS install on it or clone your existing drive to the m.2 (assuming capacity isnt an issue) so the M2 drive is now your boot drive then you can use existing 500gb for slow storage
  7. Im just saying, you dont want to run past 80% of your PSUs rated power, so 600 in your case... Your GPUs and CPU pull under 500 okay, but your PC has more power draw than that. Your 750 PROBABLY is okay... So if you wanna run a PROBABLY okay PSU with your expensive hardware, go for it.
  8. 3900x with two 980s... a 750 miight cut it, but I would go for a 1000w so you're not flirting with the 80% load/fringe range, I'd spend $150 to protect that hardware
  9. The actual contacts look like
  10. Hmm that is interesting... Have you tried different driver versions to rule that out?
  11. Yea the exisiting fan latches should be fine
  12. and make sure you get a well fitted screw driver... not all flat/phillips head bits/screwdriver heads are created equal