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  1. Airflow mostly. I can control fan curve if I want quiet. I don't care about RGB.
  2. I have a Corsair 5000D. I use the included Corsair fan as exhaust and 3x Be Quiet Wings 3 fans and front intake? Would it be optimal to populate the side with 3x Be Quiet fans? Leave as is? Or switch all to Corsair fans?
  3. I currently have 3x Be Quiet Wings 3 fans and an NZXT Kraken 52 280mm AIO. Specs: Ryzen 3900x, Radeon 6900xt and Vega 64 <--- so I need goo cooling! Should install the 3x fans as front in take and AIO top exhaust?
  4. Thanks! That particular is not available in Canada. Do you have any other recommendations? The side fan, would be intake or exhaust? Fixed the links.
  5. I have a Vega 64 and rx570 with 0.5-1 slot space in between (gpus on 1st and 2nd pcie slots). Obviously, they run hot, especially if gaming or rendering. I don't want to have my case open, Lian Li dynamic (1st gen), even though, they're still hot. Having an GB Aorus Master motherboad, what would be a good option for case for the gpu to be on 1st and 3rd? Any ideas? Looking at these pics, I don't know how the temps are like, look concerning. https://pcpartpicker.com/b/kkP323 https://pcpartpicker.com/b/wXdmP6 https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/dual-rade
  6. Thanks for the list! Yeah, hard to find psu's nowadays. Only one I can find is: Asus STRIX ROG 80 Plus Gold Modular Power Supply, 1000W
  7. I currently have a Corsair RM750 psu with the following system, Ryzen 3900x, Vega64 Nitro and I will be adding a Gigabyte 6900xt. I want to keep both gpu's, 6900xt would be every day use/gaming, Vega for gpu passthrough VMs. Also, might try mining with both gpus (so will be on full load?). I'm not sure if my current psu can handle all of it or should I look into a 1000w psu?
  8. an AMD card, 5700xt, 6700xt or 6800xt.
  9. good point, edited my original post. thanks!
  10. I was wondering if it's possible to add a second gpu in my system. I'm concerned about clearance between the gpus and between 2nd gpu and bottom of case? Case: Lian Li Dynamic https://c1.neweggimages.com/ProductImageCompressAll1280/A00V_1316868107147714239f2Q7Ix4aY.jpg Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Master GPU: Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro+ PSU: Corsair RM750x
  11. Long time ago (5+ years) I used to have a DSLR Canon camera for shooting family videos. Now, I want to get into that again and video editing. I was wondering what cameras should I be looking into for videos as well as a webcam?
  12. Thanks, I'll definitely check it out. Wondering, if I would run each VM separately (not open at the same time) using gpu passthrough, would I still need 2 separate gpus?
  13. Thanks for the response! I didn't think that I'd need multiple gpus. I'm on a desktop running Ryzen 3900x with a single gpu, Vega 64,
  14. I currently dual boot between Win10 and macOS (hackintosh). There are times where I need to use MS Office, that's why I left linux, however, I want to be able to use all 3 OS's simultaneously. Hence, I read qemu might be the way to go with usb and gpu passthrough. There's a youtube video by SnazzyLabs that showed running macOS with gpu passthrough, but didn't show how or gave details. So I'm wondering, what would an ideal host be, linux (I'm comfortable with Manjaro) or Win10? Ultimately, I want to be able run Windows-specific or macOS-specific apps simultaneously without
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