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Warren Hanson

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About Warren Hanson

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  • Birthday March 5

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  • Location
    United Kingdom, England (West Yorkshire)
  • Interests
    Games Development, Computer hardware enthusiast.
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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B450 Pro
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury 2400Mhz (2x4Gb)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1650 Super Windforce
  • Case
    CiT Raider Mid Tower RGB
  • PSU
    AeroCool integrator 500W
  • Operating System
    Windows x64 Bit
  1. Nuclear power plant from motherland comrad! Make babushka proud...
  2. Science work, listen to it every tuesday thursday and friday
  3. If you watch jayztwocents then you'll notice he uses 1000W or higher PSUs for systems that only require around 300W - he explicitly said that having too big of a power supply doesnt matter since your components only draw the necessary power from it - if you already have a 750W PSU then dont worry about common beliefs which roam the internet. It's also good to prepare for the future when you get parts like threadripper or a 2080 ti that are power hungry.
  4. So, to begin with; I think CiT are UK-only though correct me if I'm wrong. I recently got myself a snazzy case manufactured by CiT called the Raider case and I was seeing if I could buy more of the fans featured in that case. However, I found no results for 'their' fans and tried to see if they had their own website or general hub to get things off from (previously searched on amazon). The only thing is that they have no website and no external references to their website so I'm starting to wonder if either they've decommissioned themselves (bankruptcy or other reasons), I'm not looking in the rght directions for their site or they haven't created any platform for their company. Be great if I could get some answers or theories.
  5. Alright, thanks for your wonderful help!
  6. It would be good for other fans as well alongside GPU
  7. Is there any good software (except from msi afterburner and other similar software) that is good for setting a fan curve where I don't have to go into bios to set it manually?
  8. Ah, its set to auto... That might be the issue. Thanks for pointing that out.
  9. I would go with a 16 series super cards that came out in november or the newer navi cards - there are plenty of reviews and sites online to help you determine which graphics card is best for you such as pcpartpicker to check prices and best place to buy them or gpu benchmark to see which model of graphics card you should pick.
  10. So, I've had my 1650 super for a while now and for some odd reason, the fans like to ramp up and then turn off immediately at random intervals or times during different days - usually this is either in a game (not really utilising the GPU to the point where they turn on at max) or sitting idle so I'm asking anyone who has the same experiences and know the answer to this issue - for in-depth description of my graphics card, it's a Gigabyte GTX 1650 Super Windforce (not sure if this is happening to other 16 series, same manufacturer or is just a general issue with my graphics card). Edit: I know that most of you would answer back with "a graphics card will heat up anyways" or something like that so the fans will turn on though they only do so for basically a single second and then doesnt turn back on until I play an intensive game or even up to the point where I finally turn my PC off. My old 1050 ti didnt do this so I'm thinking it may be an issue with my graphics card by itself.
  11. Alright, thanks for this useful information..!
  12. Recently I got myself an upgrade in terms of GPU and motherboard from a 1050 ti to a 1650 super (still have both) as well as a change from a A320 to a b450 and I was wondering since that my old 1050 ti had 3 HDMI slot and my 1650 super only has one - is it possible to hook up a bunch of displays to the 1050 ti whilst having my 1650S as the main graphical processing card? I'm sure this has been discussed before though I only found results for adding another graphics card so another display could be added however I'm wondering if you could solely dedicated a Graphics card to displays only. Thanks...