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About Zyleyus

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  • Interests
    Gaming, 3D Modelling
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  • CPU
    AMD Threadripper 2970WX
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 3200MHz 64GB
  • GPU
    ASUS ROG RTX 2080Ti O-11G x2
  • Case
    be quiet! Dark Base Pro 900 Rev.2
  • Storage
    Samsung Evo 970 Plus 500GB + Seagate Barracuda 4TB HDD 5400rpm + SanDisk x400 256GB
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1200i 80+ Platinum
  • Cooling
    Custom Water Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Logitech G633
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Professional
  • Laptop
    Dell Inspiron 5585

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  1. You can lower your ram frequence to about 2666, and maybe get a cheaper GPU such as 2060s from another brand? Asrock x570's prices are all gone on amazon now so sry idk the prices
  2. Quadros are too expensive and GTX or RTX cards can handle most workflows with CAD (even rendering), and this is a RTX card it has OptiX RTX rendering boost thing that makes it faster for professional workflows (If your software supports it), you can also game on it if you want to. IDK about this gpu though it seems good on amazon, but the 2080Ti version of this (Zotac 2080Ti AMP) is pretty bad according to amazon buyers. And yes I do also recommend 32GB of ram.
  3. Maybe consider a X570 or X470? I also recommend a 3rd gen ryzen rather than 2nd gen one.
  4. You should probably change another HDD or just use a SATA SSD, this Seagate one isn't that good. (Or you can change to a IronWolf or other NAS HDDs for more stability)
  5. You should probably buy a tower or water cooler, this is the second highest end AMD gaming cpu this gen. Or you should tune your fan curves in the bios, turn the cpu fan to PWM instead of DC, if it supports PWM.
  6. I've came to a solution with few compromises. First I disabled half of the threads of my 2970WX to 24 left in msconfig (didn't try disabling hyperthreading in Ryzen Master 'cause it freezes my PC), then I overlock it to 4.0GHz in bios (at default voltage I believe). Last but not least I turn down the graphics in game, 2k at high preset in ACS runs well over 60fps, haven't tried higher. Didn't overclock my GPUs. The temps run reasonable, CPU 60C GPUs 54C with the CPU not throttling at 3.93-3.94GHz. Should be able to get to higher clocks iff I change a CPU block, plan to change to a EK one and use hardline tubing the next time I open and do a maintenance.
  7. Good idea, but I don't have much money left after this pc
  8. I'm in China, its big, Ubisoft has servers here, but they're just crap, as if there weren't.
  9. Which country are you in? Maybe Ubisoft has poor servers there. The server is pretty bad in my country, I have to use a gaming internet booster thing to connect to it.
  10. I've got custom watercooling for my system, the CPU block is Corsair Hydro XC7 (kinda small, will it be better if I change to a full coverage EK one?) It goes to 4.0 with the "Load 4.0GHz OC preset" thing in BIOS, but it can't go to 4.1 even if I boost to 1.45V, don't dare boosting that higher. I also have a issue with OCing my RAM, Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 16GBx4 3200Mhz, sometimes the PC won't boot with the "safe 3200 preset", which is 3200Mhz, CL14, 1.4V. I've also heard that a 4000MHz Trident Z Royal can go up to 5G, so how far can mine go?
  11. The 4 pin one is a RGB header which means all of the LEDs on this header has to be one colored, 3 pin is ARGB or addressable RGB, every LEDs can have ther own colors if the software supports. (Obviously 3 pin is better and is going to be the trend of the market) You can use a adaptor to turn 3 pin into 4 pin (then it works as a 4 pin) but not the way around.
  12. There shouldn't be a way to doing this, maybe Apple just want you to put in 2 sticks of 500MB ones.
  13. Someone made a tutorial on how to make a cheap "PINAS" using the PI, it's on Instructables, you can go search for it. Thought it needs a 3D printer and a laser cutter/engraver, but the whole setting up thing is there for you to refer to.
  14. What I'm aware of is that you have to have RT cores in order to use Optix. But someone told me that his 1080Ti can enable Optix in the settings of Blender (a 3D software) with the new driver update. He also said that the new GTX cards support Optix (maybe he meant 16 series?), so that RT cores actually does nothing and 1080Ti is the same as 2080. I don't know who he is and what he knows, but what he said seems pretty fake to me. Can anyone who have both 10 and 20 series cards tell me something?
  15. I've bought this PC for 3D modelling. (Who doesn't want to game on their new PC) I have a custom watercooling loop, that pretty much solves the air flow problem.