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narrdarr

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About narrdarr

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    NV USA
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    Male
  • Occupation
    Restaurant Assistant Manager

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    i5-6500 4.0ghz
    upgrade to r7 3700 stock
  • Motherboard
    asus z170 gaming pro
    upgrade to msi b450 gaming pro carbon ac
  • RAM
    corsair VENGEANCE LED 16GB (2 x 8GB)
    upgrade to t-force xcalibur rgb 16gb 3600mhz
  • GPU
    evga gtx 1080 ftw
  • Case
    nzxt 401
    change to fractal define meshify c tg
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    Samsun SSD 850 EVO M.2
  • PSU
    thermal take smart 650w 80+
  • Display(s)
    dell S2416DG
  • Cooling
    silverstone ar01
    upgrade to deepcool captain ex 240 rgb
  • Keyboard
    corsair strafe rgb
  • Mouse
    logitech g502
  • Sound
    sennheiser game one
  • Operating System
    win 7
    updated to windows 10 1909

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  1. mugen 5 gammax v2 hype 212 you'll not see a big gain in temps but noise level should come down with any of these but also depends on your case. need to see if they fit
  2. if you have a high powered CPU I'd really like to see how the new t30 fans handle. they are thicker but supposedly out preform NT both in noise and performance.
  3. if your running a high power draw CPU youll see the d15 edge out the fuma 2 at similar rpm. if itsa low power draw CPU you probably wont see a difference. your real test will be swapping fans. putting the kaze flex on your d15 and vise versa.
  4. tbh the counter rotation of these is 100% marketing. they are just to low powered to take advantages of it or see the disadvantages. nothing against the kaze flex fans. they are great for noise and static pressure* (*for atleast at the speed they operate at). with that said the heatsink is top notch and if you need more out of it. you can always strap some p12s to it for little cost.
  5. didn't think it would matter with newer cards. guess I'm wrong. I know it not a NV card but worth looking into.
  6. well your not thermal throttling. probably cant change a lot. get a better case is the best solution. your case lacks intake. you could switch to an aio or at least a better cooler and some better fans. here are some recommendations aio cooer arctic liquid freezer II 240 air cooler dark rock TF fans arctic p12 case there are lots of options
  7. I always pull out the GPU. if you have a really beefy air cooler you may want to take that off. but you can always use instapack instead
  8. what's the model of your case? and a pic of your actual build would be helpful
  9. you could also deshroud the card and attach your own better fans.
  10. the r6 is designed for custom loops anyways. but it not as silent as modern air flow focus cases. especially with air. the lack of air makes fans run at a higher speed.
  11. I wouldn't use either. using an aio is fine but lacks vrm cooling and mounting to the GPU can be troublesome. custom loops are really expensive and yield very little gains. what I have been doing personally is deshrouding the GPU heatsink and strapping my own 120mm fans to the GPU heatsink.
  12. it depends some are m4, m3, or 6/32. and as said standard length is 30 to 32mm, but is can be longer or shorter depending on on the thickness of the fan and washers
  13. just hang it over something not skinny
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