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  1. The fans are at max speed at boot because none of your systems drivers have loaded in yet, its normal for them to do that but as the system boots up they return to their idle speed as they are usually off at idle (Fan technology) and turn on during heavy loads such as gaming, etc.
  2. So I've been playing games likes GTA V, warzone, AC Odyssey, and other higher demanding games with my 2060 super. I noticed however that the card never goes above 69 degrees Celsius and tends to not go above 97% usage. For me, I honestly don't see a problem however some of my other mates were saying that my 2060 super was being limited by some sort. Does this indicate some sort of issue or is it just normal usage? Specific Card in question: https://www.newegg.com/msi-geforce-rtx-2060-super-rtx-2060-super-gaming-x/p/N82E16814137440
  3. I recently built a pc and installed a Corsair ICUE h110i AIO as my cpu cooler for my ryzen 5 3600XT. I was wondering what the average temps should be for my cpu when simply browsing and while gaming with this cooler/cpu combination.
  4. I was going to buy a 27 inch 1080p monitor by LG (Model number: 27GL63T-B.AUS) as it was on sale for my new pc. However I was reading that 27 inch displays at 1080p are not worth it due to pixelation. I’m honestly not someone who really minds the small things and I’m upgrading from a 20 inch monitor that is from 2007 (1680x1050p 60hz). The majority of my usage will most likely be gaming and I’m honestly just looking for a bigger display that’s a little cleaner. Will this fit my needs or should I look for something else? Edit: Ended up buying it and its beautiful. Quite honestly do not see the "blurriness" or other things expected.
  5. Budget (including currency): $1100-1200 USD; looking to lower if possible Country: United States Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Gaming; Triple A games, esports games (League,valorant,etc) Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): https://pcpartpicker.com/list/nqBHmg So I was wondering if I needed an after market cooler if im not overclocking or doing anything extra with my components. I was also wondering if I could utilize a 550 watt power supply safely. I plan to play on a 1920x1080p 144hz monitor that I will buy and was thinking if I could make any changes that would make the build cheaper. I want it to be centered around the 2070 super but any suggestions/improvements that can help lower the price of the overall build can help. Thanks!