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Blackoutjazz

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About Blackoutjazz

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System

  • CPU
    AMD Threadripper 1950X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4 4x8 3200 Mhz
  • GPU
    Titan X Pascal
  • Case
    Cooler Master Cosmos C700P
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO 250GB, Western Digital 1TB, Seagate Barracuda 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1600i
  • Display(s)
    3x Samsung U28E590
  • Cooling
    Enermax Liqtech TR4 360
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 RGB Platinum Cherry MX Brown
  • Mouse
    G.Skill - RIPJAWS MX780 RGB
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Pretty sure it'll be available soon. You could just wait until you can buy the Strix 2080 Ti. Also, I'd recommend waiting for benchmarks anyways. Unless you really need a new GPU or you just want the best of the best.
  2. I did not forget. I have reapplied the thermal paste 2 times to see if that was the problem even. And HWiNFO shows that the pump (Water Pump+) is doing something.
  3. My temperatures have gone up to 87 C now. Only one of the tubes is hot, the other one is basically room temperature. When opening HWiNFO64 it shows that the Water Pump+ is running at around 1500RPM. So it does show something.
  4. I've asked this a pretty long time ago. But I thought it was solved. Turns out it wasn't. My 1950X gets to around 85C (Sometimes above that) when almost iddling (2-7% usage) Is my AIO not working properly and should I RMA? Once I boot it up for the first time after I wake up, it seems to have a temperature between the 37 and 43 C, but the temperature slowly starts rising. I have my 1950X at 3.7 MHz at 1.125V and my memory is at 3200 Mhz. Some things that I noticed was that the entire radiator except for where the tubes go into the radiator is room temperature (So the o
  5. I have version 0902. I've also come across a few other problems when going into my bios and leaving after that. When I save the changes and reset it's (90% of the time) either stuck on Code 15: Detect Memory or shows a black screen but it says it's in the bios menu. So I don't know what's exactly going on here.
  6. AMD Ryzen Master and the small motherboard screen on the motherboard itself. I have ran benchmarks before and it has been on for awhile. But it just doesn't seem to drop below 55 C anymore at all. Even when not doing anything for awhile. I'm using the Asus Zenith Extreme mobo.
  7. So, my idle temperature is not 41 - 43 anymore for some reason. It has been running for awhile and I have done some benchmarks about 30 minutes ago. But it doesn't seem to go lower than 55 C anymore. It might be a problem with the cooler? I can't seem to find the bios revision on the board. Sorry for responding so late.
  8. Hey all. So I've had this Enermax Liqtech TR4 360mm AIO for quite awhile now. I've always been suspicious about it since they light on the block itself wasn't completely lit up (while seeing other people's blocks actually light up fully). I didn't mind this as it was just a minor thing. But I started noticing other people had lower temperatures, by quite a lot. I do not have much experience with AIO coolers. But when I feel the air coming out of my radiator, it seems like only about 1/3rd of the radiator is blowing warm air. The other 2/3 of the radiator doesn'
  9. Hm. I'll wait for Zen+ and see how that will perform. if it's close or the same performance, I'll go with the 8700K, since selling my current motherboard and buying one for a Ryzen 2 CPU will cost me some extra money too. I hope I don't have to wait for too long since there's a bundle with the i7 8700K in my country right now which gives some games and such with it. But it'll last until the end of April. Haven't heard of any Intel CPUs coming out soon. Unless I missed anything. Thanks all for answering!
  10. Hey all. Awhile ago I won a MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon motherboard from a giveaway. (Which costs around 175 Euro in my country) I have a few options and I want people's opinion on what I should do. I could buy a 8700K (Between 320-350 euro in my country) or I could sell the motherboard and wait for Ryzen+ or, well, any other new cpu coming out. I'm not in a hurry or anything, since it is just a secondary pc build. So it could wait for a bit if necessary. If I do buy the 8700K. What cooler do you recommend me getting? (Preferably an AIO, 280mm because of my case)
  11. I'm pretty sure the temperatures are correct though. Idle it sits around 41 - 43 C And I'm pretty sure my room temperature is above 20 atleast. But I'll look for the bios rivision. EDIT: Sorry, I think I've made a mistake with everything. By stock, I meant 3.75 ghz at 1.125V. I forgot that wasn't stock because of Ryzen master.
  12. I'm using Ryzen Master and HwInfo64 to see the temperatures, which from my knowledge show the real temperature and I've updated my bios 2 days ago.
  13. What are normal temps for the 1950X using the Enermax 360 AIO? With a few benchmark runs (a few minutes, 80% - 100% usage) 3.75 Ghz at 1.125, my temperatures go up to ~75 C. When overclocking to 4 Ghz at 1.35V, it goes up to ~90 C. The benchmarks I did, were only a few minutes long. So I'm assuming the temperatures would get even higher when using it for longer. I'm wondering if this is normal. Seeing all those youtubers that do review it get much lower temperatures. My room temperature isn't too high either. Idk if this is normal for the Enermax 360, But when puttin
  14. These are from a german website: http://www.gamestar.de/hardware/grafikkarten/nvidia-titan-x/news-artikel/nvidia_titan_x,1010,3276621.html
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