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  • CPU
    Intel i7 5960x + i7 4770k + Pentium G3258
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG x99 RVE + ROG z87 M6F + Gigabyte z97N-WIFI
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator Platinum (4x4 GB DDR4 + 2 x 8GB DDR3) + Adata XPG 2x4GB DDR3
  • GPU
    2x EVGA GTX 780 Ti Classified KPE + 1x Gigabyte R9 290 + 1x MSI TF4 HD 7850
  • Case
    CaseLabs TX10-D w/extended top & pedestal + Corsair Graphite 380T
  • Storage
    1TB Samsung 840 Evo SSD, 512GB Samsung 830 SSD, 256 GB Crucial M100 SSD, 1TB Hitachi Travelstar HDD, 2x 3TB Toshiba HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 1600T2, 1300G2, 750G2, Bitfenix Fury 750G
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2713HM
  • Cooling
    Custom water cooling
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Ryos MK Pro- Cherry MX Brown
  • Mouse
    Roccat Kone XTD
  • Sound
    Creative Gigaworks T40 Series II, Sennheiser HD598

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  1. Not sure what better options there are. For the money? Sure. But the ML twin pack are good there too. Just confirmed with Corsair engineer- the LEDs are NOT supposed to dim with PWM fan control. Double check there is no voltage change going on, and if not time to file a ticket.
  2. I have all of them here, did a review for the 120 and 140 mm sizes and never noticed any LED dimming. Let me double check and also confirm with Corsair, but this seems very weird. Just to confirm- your motherboard/controller is applying true PWM control, right?
  3. 1) That's because the SP120 QE maxed out at 1350 RPM, vs 2400 RPM for the ML120. Just slow the latter down. 2) Nope, the LEDs and the fan are both at 12 V and the LEDs should not dim at all. If they do you have a faulty fan.
  4. FYI, there is a good possibility the PSU used influenced this a lot. He's using the Superflower PSU with the transparent modular connectors. That particular model uses the same 9-pin connector type for ALL connectors. So the nine pins have to support +12 V, +5 V and +3.3 V and ground connections. Thus, if the voltage drops from the PSU to the EPS12V, the VRMs have to pull more current at the lower voltage than it would if the voltage were higher thus causing them to run hotter too. It has fewer +12 V connectors on the PSU side too, so voltage drop is a guarantee. A lot of the info above cam
  5. Indeed, and if you look at the article again now you will see a lot of changes have happened. Still some left to do on AMD's side, but it's a lot more transparent now.
  6. So the graph is a stupidly scaled one. I think there are two scales for the AMD and NVIDIA bars allowing them to look like that, and it is being fixed from what I know. As far as TPU goes, this was definitely a learning experience on how not to go about things lol and it's not going to happen again. An advertorial is actually standard practice, not that I like it myself but it is definitely not a new or made up word.
  7. This time last year I would have agreed, but Kailh has improved their QC so much over the last few months that there is really nothing to distinguish the originals from the clones in a retail product. Last I heard yields were still an issue but that does not affect the customer.
  8. Kaihua is the company, Kailh is the brand. You mixed them both up
  9. Official reviews are now out if you wanted to update the OP and make this a review discussion thread: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1080_Ti/
  10. The FLIR consumer/gadgets division products are useless, the research division products are not. That said, this video was so bad that I have given up hope from LTT.
  11. Having a blast with the ErgoDox EZ Shine now: If anyone was interested, here's my review on TPU: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ErgoDox_EZ/Shine/
  12. VSG

    Corsair One

    There are public releases at trade shows, and there are private invite-only releases at trade shows.
  13. Mind letting me know where you saw "all 9 switch types" or similar wording? I don't see where I mentioned this as opposed to saying this comes with an option of 9 Cherry MX switches. As I see it, Cherry profile is different from Cherry OEM profile which in turn is what is generally referred to as OEM profile now. This is based on info from the Cherry Americas rep from when I was working on review of the MX 6.0 Actually a lot of RGB lit keyboards need the power that a USB 3.0 port provides. The bandwidth is not the issue. The reason I bring it up is mostly for people wh
  14. Shameless plug, in case you wanted more info on the MK Fission: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MechanicalKeyboards/MK_Fission/