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riru

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About riru

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600XT
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE B450 AORUS Elite
  • RAM
    16 GB (8x2) G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200 MHz CL16
  • Case
    Fractal Design Meshify C
  • Storage
    Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB
  • PSU
    be quiet! Pure Power 11 700W CM

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  1. I hope so... the past 2 weeks I have gained around 1TB of total host write reads. I'll monitor it for longer and if it continues to go up in large amounts I'll maybe ask again.
  2. Hi, after only using my PC for around a month so far, according to CrystalDiskInfo, it already has a Total Host Writes of 3266GB, or 3.189TB. Should I be worried? I think this is way too high for one month of usage. The SSD I use is the XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB. I would appreciate any advice on how to fix this (if it needs to be fixed). Just in case it may be needed for some fix, I also have a 1TB HDD.
  3. I'm very fond of both the Meshify C and the H510. They look great!
  4. I see, that makes sense. I'll just have to test for stability when the card comes in, then. Just one final question, if I test it with just one cable and the PSU does power off under load, is there any risk of any of my components malfunctioning afterwards? Thanks a lot! P.S. Sorry for the follow up questions, I just wanna take care of my system.
  5. I see, thanks so much to all of you for helping out! I understand this stuff a bit better now. Cheers
  6. Oh I see, I was looking at the wrong part. My bad! My PCIe cable is connected to the 12V1, I believe. It's the one labeled as PCIe 1 on the PSU. Is that good? Do I have to worry about my GPU not getting enough power?
  7. Sorry if this is wrong, since I'm new to this kinda thing. From my PSU Manual, it says that 12V1 puts out 36A current while 12V2 puts out 30A, but the total current they can put out is 56A. Combined, the two rails puts out 672W of power. Where do I go from here?
  8. Just to understand things a bit better, a follow-up question: Since my PSU has 2 rails, do I have to worry about my GPU not getting enough power? Just trying to understand this single rail, multi rail stuff.
  9. Yes, I am referring to just using one cable that has two connectors. Thanks for the help to all you guys!
  10. Right now, I only have a GTX 1050Ti placeholder card, but I am asking for preparation for the release of the RTX 3070 cards, since I saw that some AIBs use more than one 8-pin connector. I could try to get a FE, but in my country it's a bit harder to get.
  11. Hi, I just wanted to make sure that powering a GPU is safe with only one cable with my PSU (Be Quiet! Pure Power 11 700 CM). I could use 2 cables, but it would be a huge hassle, since I'd have to reorganize some of the cables. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks!
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