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About SpiderMan

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  • Location
    NJ, USA
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  • CPU
    Intel i9-10980XE 18 Core /36 Threads
  • Motherboard
    MSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 64GB(8x8GB) DDR4-3600 CL18
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 2080 Gaming Trio X
  • Case
    NZXT Phantom 530 Black
  • Storage
    OS Drive: Samsung 970 Evo 1TB M.2-2280 2/3/4th Drive: 2X WD Caviar Blue 1TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA P2 1600W
  • Display(s)
    MSI MAG271CQR 144Hz 27" Monitor
  • Cooling
    CPU: Noctua NH D15 Case: 12x Noctua NF-F12 (7 intake/5 exhaust).
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G513 Carbon RGB with GX Blue Clicky Switches
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Hero SE RGB Mouse
  • Sound
    Logitech Z606 5.1 Surround Sound System
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit Home Edition
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  1. Looks like something is wrong with the panel. Time to send it back as its damaged and get an exchange or buy a different monitor.
  2. Its pretty bad depending on the frequencies the modules are set to.
  3. Welcome to the forums!!! Still waiting on reviews from reviewers that I watch on the Corsair 5000D Airflow. That case just got released. Kinda looks like a 4000D Airflow but slightly bigger expansion in the case.
  4. I have that feature set to "on" on my MSI laptop. I think its a great feature and charging to 100% on a battery wears it out faster. 80-90% is where you should charge and start charging when it drops down to 20%. Keep it on the charger when you are doing demanding tasks like games/CAD/rendering as such.
  5. How high is the VCORE on the CPU? Stock voltages seem to pump more into the chip than necessary, causing more heat generation.
  6. The battery isn't holding a charge anymore. Surprised you got even 2 years from the battery anyway. You can see its not charging anywhere to the designed capacity anymore.
  7. I did have a 212 EVO with my 4790K but I feel its not enough if you plan on OCing that. An AIO or a big dual tower cooler like a Dark Rock Pro 4 or NH-D15( <- I used this) will keep the temperatures down.
  8. Check to make sure it is not thermal throttling. Is it a blower (reference) style card or aftermarket? The paste on that card is 4-5 years old and needs to be replaced. Had a MSI RX 480 reference card and the heatsink stuck to the GPU die, paste was dried out.
  9. Always believe the CPU was overclocked unless it was NIB with Intel's tampering tape still sealed on the retail packaging. I'd contact the seller about the processor as it should just run at stock settings after clearing CMOS.
  10. How much was the 4790K? Whom did you buy it from and what platform? Set the processor voltages back to default by clearing CMOS. I assume its on the latest BIOS revision that supports the 4790K since the 4690K are both Devil's Canyon.
  11. Welcome to the forums!!! RAM is RAM so it should work. You can try and see if there is an DOCP profile in BIOS for 4000MHz once its installed. Otherwise, you can try to manually imput timings and voltages or send the kit back and get a different kit that will work with your system. Check the motherboard manufacturer's website for a QVL (Qualified Vendor List) where they have tested RAM kits that are guaranteed to work on that motherboard. 3200MHz is the max the processor will support out of the box and is the max the integrated memory controller can handle. Anythi
  12. Have you tried updating Windows to the latest drivers and revision, then try and install the drivers??? Perhaps the drivers are only good on a certain Windows version such as 1909 or 20H2.
  13. Welcome to the forums!!! Can you try and reattach that PCIe plastic slot back through all the pins on the motherboard end?? Pictures would be helpful in helping you. Does sound like that was the case here.
  14. Welcome to the forums!!! Strange with a new account... What is the exact model number of the PSU? Also, how old is it? The fault may lie with the power supply. Anything under GPU-Z's Sensors tab with PerfCap reasons, also, are you running individual PCIe power cables to each connector on the graphics card?? Are the 12V PCIe rails greater than or equal to 12V??? This may show why your getting crashes.