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silicon_lottery

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About silicon_lottery

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  • Birthday 2004-03-01

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    4.2 GHz
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    PCs, computers, technology, gaming, coding.
  • Biography
    Joined LTT Forums on February 8, 2020. Pretty cool, to say the least.
  • Occupation
    Student

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  1. Cool stuff, especially the H100i! I've never tried liquid cooling, mostly because I'm unusually paranoid of the possibility of a leak. Whenever I try and experiment with liquid cooling, my brain gives me this equation: Good luck with your build.
  2. Underclocking? That's a new issue. I wonder if you should bump the base clock up to compensate (basically, a very slow overclocking.) However, this isn't something I'm experienced with, so you may want to wait for another forum user to weigh in. Good luck solving your GPU issue.
  3. No problem, I love helping other people out. As for PUBG and Skyrim, a quick Google search shows that you can get an average of 79 fps on PUBG. Overall, most games will give you an average of 100 fps. So you'll definitely be fine.
  4. Well, you're in luck. Even a toaster can run League. Maybe not a toaster, but my 2010 Macbook Pro could run it at 45 fps. I played League on it fine. So your computer will be fine. (Not least because it uses hardware which is ten years more advanced.)
  5. Yes. That will definitely be able to stream/game. You probably won't even have to worry about bad framerates for the next few years - the hardware you picked is top-notch.
  6. Can we have a bit more information? What are you trying to find out?
  7. A Limerick to Liquid Cooling

    When I found out about liquid cooling,

    "It was cool!" But who was I fooling?

    Because if there's a leak,

    A crack and a creak,

    in my PC the liquid's pooling.

  8. Challenge accepted! Well, it would be if I wasn't a broke student. I'm sure someone else can do this, though.
  9. Are you using PCPartPicker? In situations like this, it'll be super useful.
  10. Wow, that's quite shocking. I'm glad I wasn't the one in your current situation. Did you have to go Ohm and clean the ring? (Sorry for the puns, by the way. Building PCs is really electrifying.)
  11. Every year? That's fine, but I think two years is a good margin for replacement if the PC had a relatively good life.
  12. How old is your PC? ^ OK, so I'm a complete idiot - I didn't see the first line of the original post. Anyway... As per @TempestCatto, you may want to use a different thermal paste. Whichever one you want to use is up to you.
  13. Congratulations. Welcome to the PC master race.
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