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  1. So I’m looking to buy a monitor for my dual monitor setup. Things I want in a monitor are 4k with 60fps or more flicker free gsync or FreeSync doesn’t matter hdr 5ms or under response time ips panel HDMI 2.1 preferred and usb c to connect to my iMac any monitor that fits that?
  2. So I have gone into bios and lowered my fan speeds but than temps get higher and thus the fan curve I set doesn’t matter because the temps get to the new high point and run fast again. Fractle case I have has noise canceling pads all over plus I went ahead and bought some Silverstone 2 noise canceling foam and put it all around the inside of the case but still sounds kinda loud. Glad to hear the temps are good tho
  3. My 2700x with a Noctua d15s cooler idles on average at 42c with ambient temps of about 27c. When I stress test it using prime95 it gets too 67c on aida64 it gets to 60c are these temps normal with my cooler and stock speeds. Also how can I lower the volume of my case I want it as quiet as possible. My case is a fractal define r6 with a14 Noctua fans.
  4. I am wondering what’s everyone’s ryzen 2700x tempatures at stock. For me at stock on a ASUS Crosshair hero vii with a Noctua d15s cooler and a room tempature of 26.6c my temps at idle are around 38c to 48c and under load it’s around 68c
  5. Didn’t work i went ahead and did 1.25 volts and as it was loading into windows it crashed.
  6. So leave everything else auto and just change voltage to Manuel of 1.2? Since clock speed will still be on auto it should be stable right?
  7. Just built a pc with the 2700x and the ASUS Crosshair hero 7 and I have a Noctua d15s cooler on it and the temps under stress test of aida64 show temps at max of 80c after running it for half an hour on stock speed. I’m worried its maximum tempature is to high like shouldn’t it be in the mid 60s with a high end aftermarket cooler at stock speeds. 80c is my max and the average u see full load is 75c. I was looking at some reviews and they are using stock cooler and stock settings and hitting max temps of 67 and I’m using a better cooler hitting 80c
  8. No my ram is clocked at 3200 I was Overclocking my 2700x to 3.925 with 1.186 volts my issue was I was having my processor at that 3.925ghz at 1.16250 thinking it was stable but windows memeory test showed there was an error detected but when I clocked my cpu to 1.186 it passes all stress tests too but also windows memeory checker doesn’t show an error
  9. F4-3200C14Q-32GFX is the memory I have and my cpu is a 2700x ryzen. I overclocked all cores to 3.9 at 1.186 volts and now my memeory should be stable to. I’m super happy temps are as high as 72c with prime95 and realbench running at the same time
  10. Correct it’s 3.925ghz. I just ran the windows memeory diagnostics And it didn’t find any memeory issues when I went from 1.168 volts to 1.186
  11. Ok I didn’t know that. So even though my computer might not freeze or blue screen at 1.168 volts the memory is affected by any amount of instability in my processor and that’s why it fails when Overclocking?
  12. Hey so I recently build my pc 2700x with the ASUS Crosshair hero 7 X470 motherboard and when I run Windows memory test it shows it found an error only when my cpu is overclocked with 39.25gzh at 1.168 volts which I know is stable because it passed all stress tests with 1.158 volts. My memory is using xmp of 3200 with cas 14. When I run the test with my processor running stock but the memory overclocked no issue found during the test. When I run stress test on my whole system including the ram there doesn’t seem to be any issue with memory. Should I just ignore the issue found by windows memory