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Rully7160

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  1. Yes i am using a Ryzen CPU, but i can't seem to select the Ryzen Balanced plan because there is no option
  2. Hi. Does anyone has a good setting for power plan on power options setting on Windows to get maximum CPU speed while gaming and reducing the CPU clock when idling so it'll lower its temperature?
  3. Ok, thanks for the answer. But how do i dry a radiator? Do i use a hair dryer or just leave it in a room for like 24 hours?
  4. This is an AIO. For now, i'm planning to clean the outside first, if cleaning the outside doesn't resolve my heating problem, i may have to clean the inside too. I had this radiator since last year so i don't think cleaning the inside is necessary for now.
  5. I don't have those faucet-hose-thingies in my home. But if submerging it in water is completely fine, i'll consider it. But do i have to remove the tubes and get all the water out of the radiator? And also, how long does the radiator usually dries out?
  6. But, do i need to discharge it first? Or the radiator won't carry any static electricity so that i can put it back to the Motherboard right after vacuuming it?
  7. It's been almost a year i got my first PC and it's cooling performance have been degrading with time, and i think it's because i didn't clean my radiator thoroughly (I always use a paint brush to clean it and blow it with my mouth), and i'm way too much of a newbie in PC hardware maintenance to clean the radiator with water and i don't have those water-shooty-thingies. In other words, i'm too afraid to involve water into the equation. So is it fine if i use vacuum cleaner to clean my radiator? Although, i've heard that vacuum builds up static electricity and could potentially fry my PC.
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