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    Morfy got a reaction from Pownmonkey in Benchmark Tools   
    Hello, i'll try to put up a list now, and maybe i'll start a new thread and get it stickyed.
     
    Stress testing: 
     
    1. Prime 95:  http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=103
    2. OCCT: http://www.ocbase.com/index.php/download
    3. Kombustor http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/MSI-Kombustor.shtml
    4. EVGA OC Scanner: http://www.evga.com/ocscanner/
    5. 3DMark http://www.3dmark.com/
    6. Unigine Valley: http://unigine.com/products/valley/
    7. Intel Burn Test: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/IntelBurnTest.shtml  (suggested by colonel_mortis)
     
     
    Monitoring: 
     
    1.CPU-Z: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
    2.RealtempGT: http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/
    3.Coretemp: http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
    4.GPU-Z: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/
    5. Hardware monitor: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html (suggested by Samdb)
     
    I hope this is all, if i forgot anything, feel free to add.
  2. Funny
    Morfy got a reaction from Rem0o in FanControl, my take on a SpeedFan replacement   
    A script may be just fine, as long as it creates a shortcut and places it into the startup folder
     
    Nevermind, i saw now the script is there lol
  3. Like
    Morfy reacted to Rem0o in FanControl, my take on a SpeedFan replacement   
    As of today, I can proudly say that FanControl in itself is windows-junk free. Adding this feature would require a registry key, breaking my poor developer heart. This is why I prefered as of today to provide a script to do it externaly. Might have to give in to the devil at some point....
  4. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from wassil in build now or wait ?   
    You can buy it now, and if the new Ryzen proves to be a much better option, then you sell what cpu you have and get a new 4000 series one (get atleast 4xx motherboard now, so it will be forward compatible).
    GPU, i would wait 1-2 months, Nvidia will release new stuff soon.
  5. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from Adrian007 in 1st pc build   
    Okay, so XMP is a profile embedded into the memory sticks, usually for intel platforms, but i have seen them work in AMD platforms (mine included). This profile basically has all the settings for the memory (timings and voltage etc) A short YT video will help you understand it. Command rate is still memory timing related, but in my case for example, it is 2T in the XMP profile, but when i applied XMP on AMD platform, it went to 1T, which caused instability, so i had to go in and change it manually to 2T. It's just a setting in bios, nothing complicated.
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    Morfy got a reaction from Adrian007 in 1st pc build   
    It means it was not tested yet, but most memory kits work. It just depends if it will run at rated speeds, or you will have to either downclock the memory, or loosen up the timings. Just plug it in, and if it boots, it will be at 2133mhz, default for DDR4, then you turn on the XMP profile, be careful to set the CR (command rate) the same as the kit says and you should be good.
  7. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from Adrian007 in 1st pc build   
    If you have 2 RAM sticks, just put them like usual, first in the furthest slot from the CPU, second in the third. Your motherboard manual should have detailed explanation, but this is the general rule. Matisse is the "family" or code-name of the CPU, just like IvyBridge for intel, Coffe Lake etc. Your 3900x will be Matisse. 
    https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/amd/ryzen_9/3900x
  8. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from LIGISTX in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Let's go bois! This is our time to flex. Haven't posted in here for years, but this is the time!
     

  9. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from Excalibur20 in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Let's go bois! This is our time to flex. Haven't posted in here for years, but this is the time!
     

  10. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in LTT Folding Team's Emergency Response to Covid-19   
    Let's go bois! This is our time to flex. Haven't posted in here for years, but this is the time!
     

  11. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from Bada in How to properly set up Speedfan   
    By popular demand, i bring you the ultimate, most utterly good, extremely helpfull, full of usefull info,
    (ran out of atributes) guide on how to properly set up Speedfan, with the option to turn your fans completely off,
    just like Linus' M-Cubed T- Balancer.
     
     
     
    Where to download:  http://www.almico.com/speedfan449.exe
     
    Please watch it on youtube, so you can like and subscribe if you want to
     

     
     
    Here is the written version, a little bit longer than the one in the video:
     
       1.  First off, you wanna download the installer, from almico.com/speedfan.php. After that is ready, open it, it installs very easy, next next next style, and then open it.
     
       2.  This guide will include how to set the fans up to a temp curve, and also how to completely turn them off. This was the feature i was looking for, because maximum silence.
     
       3.  In order to do this, you wanna set the control to manual, then turn all the fans down except one. This way you will be able to identify them, and rename accordingly in the *fans* tab.

     
       4. Then you should head on to the advanced tab, and check that the motherboard fan controlling hardware is selected properly. Also, manual mode must be selected for the pwm controlling options.

     
       5. After this, you will need to set the minimum value at which the fans should spin, and the max one in the *speeds* tab.
     
       6. Next up, you gotta open the *Fan Control* tab and set up a curve for each and every fan. Be carefull to select the mobo controlling hardware and according CPU temp probe, Speedfan recognises all the temp sensors and headers in your PC.


       7. Then, after all this is done, start a stressfull application, like Prime95, Aida64 system tester or intel burn test, to raise the temps and verify that the controlling suite works.
     
       8. After that, all you need to do is go in the startup folder ( C:\Users\YOURUSER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup) and create a shortcut to Speedfan. Credits for this go to @cooperred (sorry i think i pronounced you name wrong in the video, still a shoutout tho ), thanks alot for this tip, it's been very helpfull.
     
    Well guys, that's all, thanks for having a look at this guide, share it with anybody that is looking for something like this, also feel free to message me regarding any guides that you wanna see, through youtube message, or on facebook, my name is Vlad Nicula, or on twitter, @Techmorfy.
  12. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from Busterhb in Benchmark Tools   
    Hello, i'll try to put up a list now, and maybe i'll start a new thread and get it stickyed.
     
    Stress testing: 
     
    1. Prime 95:  http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=103
    2. OCCT: http://www.ocbase.com/index.php/download
    3. Kombustor http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/MSI-Kombustor.shtml
    4. EVGA OC Scanner: http://www.evga.com/ocscanner/
    5. 3DMark http://www.3dmark.com/
    6. Unigine Valley: http://unigine.com/products/valley/
    7. Intel Burn Test: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/IntelBurnTest.shtml  (suggested by colonel_mortis)
     
     
    Monitoring: 
     
    1.CPU-Z: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
    2.RealtempGT: http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/
    3.Coretemp: http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
    4.GPU-Z: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/
    5. Hardware monitor: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html (suggested by Samdb)
     
    I hope this is all, if i forgot anything, feel free to add.
  13. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from maurodiru in Benchmark Tools   
    Hello, i'll try to put up a list now, and maybe i'll start a new thread and get it stickyed.
     
    Stress testing: 
     
    1. Prime 95:  http://files.extremeoverclocking.com/file.php?f=103
    2. OCCT: http://www.ocbase.com/index.php/download
    3. Kombustor http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/MSI-Kombustor.shtml
    4. EVGA OC Scanner: http://www.evga.com/ocscanner/
    5. 3DMark http://www.3dmark.com/
    6. Unigine Valley: http://unigine.com/products/valley/
    7. Intel Burn Test: http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/IntelBurnTest.shtml  (suggested by colonel_mortis)
     
     
    Monitoring: 
     
    1.CPU-Z: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
    2.RealtempGT: http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/
    3.Coretemp: http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
    4.GPU-Z: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/
    5. Hardware monitor: http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html (suggested by Samdb)
     
    I hope this is all, if i forgot anything, feel free to add.
  14. Informative
    Morfy got a reaction from AV Techy in How to properly set up Speedfan   
    By popular demand, i bring you the ultimate, most utterly good, extremely helpfull, full of usefull info,
    (ran out of atributes) guide on how to properly set up Speedfan, with the option to turn your fans completely off,
    just like Linus' M-Cubed T- Balancer.
     
     
     
    Where to download:  http://www.almico.com/speedfan449.exe
     
    Please watch it on youtube, so you can like and subscribe if you want to
     

     
     
    Here is the written version, a little bit longer than the one in the video:
     
       1.  First off, you wanna download the installer, from almico.com/speedfan.php. After that is ready, open it, it installs very easy, next next next style, and then open it.
     
       2.  This guide will include how to set the fans up to a temp curve, and also how to completely turn them off. This was the feature i was looking for, because maximum silence.
     
       3.  In order to do this, you wanna set the control to manual, then turn all the fans down except one. This way you will be able to identify them, and rename accordingly in the *fans* tab.

     
       4. Then you should head on to the advanced tab, and check that the motherboard fan controlling hardware is selected properly. Also, manual mode must be selected for the pwm controlling options.

     
       5. After this, you will need to set the minimum value at which the fans should spin, and the max one in the *speeds* tab.
     
       6. Next up, you gotta open the *Fan Control* tab and set up a curve for each and every fan. Be carefull to select the mobo controlling hardware and according CPU temp probe, Speedfan recognises all the temp sensors and headers in your PC.


       7. Then, after all this is done, start a stressfull application, like Prime95, Aida64 system tester or intel burn test, to raise the temps and verify that the controlling suite works.
     
       8. After that, all you need to do is go in the startup folder ( C:\Users\YOURUSER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup) and create a shortcut to Speedfan. Credits for this go to @cooperred (sorry i think i pronounced you name wrong in the video, still a shoutout tho ), thanks alot for this tip, it's been very helpfull.
     
    Well guys, that's all, thanks for having a look at this guide, share it with anybody that is looking for something like this, also feel free to message me regarding any guides that you wanna see, through youtube message, or on facebook, my name is Vlad Nicula, or on twitter, @Techmorfy.
  15. Informative
    Morfy got a reaction from ThiefZero in How to properly set up Speedfan   
    By popular demand, i bring you the ultimate, most utterly good, extremely helpfull, full of usefull info,
    (ran out of atributes) guide on how to properly set up Speedfan, with the option to turn your fans completely off,
    just like Linus' M-Cubed T- Balancer.
     
     
     
    Where to download:  http://www.almico.com/speedfan449.exe
     
    Please watch it on youtube, so you can like and subscribe if you want to
     

     
     
    Here is the written version, a little bit longer than the one in the video:
     
       1.  First off, you wanna download the installer, from almico.com/speedfan.php. After that is ready, open it, it installs very easy, next next next style, and then open it.
     
       2.  This guide will include how to set the fans up to a temp curve, and also how to completely turn them off. This was the feature i was looking for, because maximum silence.
     
       3.  In order to do this, you wanna set the control to manual, then turn all the fans down except one. This way you will be able to identify them, and rename accordingly in the *fans* tab.

     
       4. Then you should head on to the advanced tab, and check that the motherboard fan controlling hardware is selected properly. Also, manual mode must be selected for the pwm controlling options.

     
       5. After this, you will need to set the minimum value at which the fans should spin, and the max one in the *speeds* tab.
     
       6. Next up, you gotta open the *Fan Control* tab and set up a curve for each and every fan. Be carefull to select the mobo controlling hardware and according CPU temp probe, Speedfan recognises all the temp sensors and headers in your PC.


       7. Then, after all this is done, start a stressfull application, like Prime95, Aida64 system tester or intel burn test, to raise the temps and verify that the controlling suite works.
     
       8. After that, all you need to do is go in the startup folder ( C:\Users\YOURUSER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup) and create a shortcut to Speedfan. Credits for this go to @cooperred (sorry i think i pronounced you name wrong in the video, still a shoutout tho ), thanks alot for this tip, it's been very helpfull.
     
    Well guys, that's all, thanks for having a look at this guide, share it with anybody that is looking for something like this, also feel free to message me regarding any guides that you wanna see, through youtube message, or on facebook, my name is Vlad Nicula, or on twitter, @Techmorfy.
  16. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from LukaH in How to properly set up Speedfan   
    By popular demand, i bring you the ultimate, most utterly good, extremely helpfull, full of usefull info,
    (ran out of atributes) guide on how to properly set up Speedfan, with the option to turn your fans completely off,
    just like Linus' M-Cubed T- Balancer.
     
     
     
    Where to download:  http://www.almico.com/speedfan449.exe
     
    Please watch it on youtube, so you can like and subscribe if you want to
     

     
     
    Here is the written version, a little bit longer than the one in the video:
     
       1.  First off, you wanna download the installer, from almico.com/speedfan.php. After that is ready, open it, it installs very easy, next next next style, and then open it.
     
       2.  This guide will include how to set the fans up to a temp curve, and also how to completely turn them off. This was the feature i was looking for, because maximum silence.
     
       3.  In order to do this, you wanna set the control to manual, then turn all the fans down except one. This way you will be able to identify them, and rename accordingly in the *fans* tab.

     
       4. Then you should head on to the advanced tab, and check that the motherboard fan controlling hardware is selected properly. Also, manual mode must be selected for the pwm controlling options.

     
       5. After this, you will need to set the minimum value at which the fans should spin, and the max one in the *speeds* tab.
     
       6. Next up, you gotta open the *Fan Control* tab and set up a curve for each and every fan. Be carefull to select the mobo controlling hardware and according CPU temp probe, Speedfan recognises all the temp sensors and headers in your PC.


       7. Then, after all this is done, start a stressfull application, like Prime95, Aida64 system tester or intel burn test, to raise the temps and verify that the controlling suite works.
     
       8. After that, all you need to do is go in the startup folder ( C:\Users\YOURUSER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup) and create a shortcut to Speedfan. Credits for this go to @cooperred (sorry i think i pronounced you name wrong in the video, still a shoutout tho ), thanks alot for this tip, it's been very helpfull.
     
    Well guys, that's all, thanks for having a look at this guide, share it with anybody that is looking for something like this, also feel free to message me regarding any guides that you wanna see, through youtube message, or on facebook, my name is Vlad Nicula, or on twitter, @Techmorfy.
  17. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from ONOTech in How to properly set up Speedfan   
    By popular demand, i bring you the ultimate, most utterly good, extremely helpfull, full of usefull info,
    (ran out of atributes) guide on how to properly set up Speedfan, with the option to turn your fans completely off,
    just like Linus' M-Cubed T- Balancer.
     
     
     
    Where to download:  http://www.almico.com/speedfan449.exe
     
    Please watch it on youtube, so you can like and subscribe if you want to
     

     
     
    Here is the written version, a little bit longer than the one in the video:
     
       1.  First off, you wanna download the installer, from almico.com/speedfan.php. After that is ready, open it, it installs very easy, next next next style, and then open it.
     
       2.  This guide will include how to set the fans up to a temp curve, and also how to completely turn them off. This was the feature i was looking for, because maximum silence.
     
       3.  In order to do this, you wanna set the control to manual, then turn all the fans down except one. This way you will be able to identify them, and rename accordingly in the *fans* tab.

     
       4. Then you should head on to the advanced tab, and check that the motherboard fan controlling hardware is selected properly. Also, manual mode must be selected for the pwm controlling options.

     
       5. After this, you will need to set the minimum value at which the fans should spin, and the max one in the *speeds* tab.
     
       6. Next up, you gotta open the *Fan Control* tab and set up a curve for each and every fan. Be carefull to select the mobo controlling hardware and according CPU temp probe, Speedfan recognises all the temp sensors and headers in your PC.


       7. Then, after all this is done, start a stressfull application, like Prime95, Aida64 system tester or intel burn test, to raise the temps and verify that the controlling suite works.
     
       8. After that, all you need to do is go in the startup folder ( C:\Users\YOURUSER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup) and create a shortcut to Speedfan. Credits for this go to @cooperred (sorry i think i pronounced you name wrong in the video, still a shoutout tho ), thanks alot for this tip, it's been very helpfull.
     
    Well guys, that's all, thanks for having a look at this guide, share it with anybody that is looking for something like this, also feel free to message me regarding any guides that you wanna see, through youtube message, or on facebook, my name is Vlad Nicula, or on twitter, @Techmorfy.
  18. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from jjohnthedon1 in Longest gaming session without sleep?   
    oh well, around 20 hours on co op Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies :)) awsome stuff
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    Morfy reacted to AfonsoJR in Nicklmg and Linus Love Scene   
    Let this be in the memory of all LTT fans

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    Morfy got a reaction from othertomperson in How to properly set up Speedfan   
    By popular demand, i bring you the ultimate, most utterly good, extremely helpfull, full of usefull info,
    (ran out of atributes) guide on how to properly set up Speedfan, with the option to turn your fans completely off,
    just like Linus' M-Cubed T- Balancer.
     
     
     
    Where to download:  http://www.almico.com/speedfan449.exe
     
    Please watch it on youtube, so you can like and subscribe if you want to
     

     
     
    Here is the written version, a little bit longer than the one in the video:
     
       1.  First off, you wanna download the installer, from almico.com/speedfan.php. After that is ready, open it, it installs very easy, next next next style, and then open it.
     
       2.  This guide will include how to set the fans up to a temp curve, and also how to completely turn them off. This was the feature i was looking for, because maximum silence.
     
       3.  In order to do this, you wanna set the control to manual, then turn all the fans down except one. This way you will be able to identify them, and rename accordingly in the *fans* tab.

     
       4. Then you should head on to the advanced tab, and check that the motherboard fan controlling hardware is selected properly. Also, manual mode must be selected for the pwm controlling options.

     
       5. After this, you will need to set the minimum value at which the fans should spin, and the max one in the *speeds* tab.
     
       6. Next up, you gotta open the *Fan Control* tab and set up a curve for each and every fan. Be carefull to select the mobo controlling hardware and according CPU temp probe, Speedfan recognises all the temp sensors and headers in your PC.


       7. Then, after all this is done, start a stressfull application, like Prime95, Aida64 system tester or intel burn test, to raise the temps and verify that the controlling suite works.
     
       8. After that, all you need to do is go in the startup folder ( C:\Users\YOURUSER\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup) and create a shortcut to Speedfan. Credits for this go to @cooperred (sorry i think i pronounced you name wrong in the video, still a shoutout tho ), thanks alot for this tip, it's been very helpfull.
     
    Well guys, that's all, thanks for having a look at this guide, share it with anybody that is looking for something like this, also feel free to message me regarding any guides that you wanna see, through youtube message, or on facebook, my name is Vlad Nicula, or on twitter, @Techmorfy.
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    Morfy got a reaction from Tedster in How to Change your GPU's Thermal Paste (With Pictures)   
    Very nice guide/how-to, lots of people here will appreciate and find it usefull.
  22. Like
    Morfy got a reaction from rhyseyness in Post your Good Ghetto mods   
    Well, i don't have pics but a video, will post when i get home, basically i had my pc to power another mobo with the raw basics to which i straightened 40 pins (lga 1155) the short 24pin forced me to make it very ghetto :))
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    Morfy got a reaction from flibberdipper in Rate the Photo Above you   
    6/10 the focus seems to be missing and the colors are a bit faded. 
     
    A GT-R i cought today:

    GT-R_ by vladnicula360, on Flickr
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    Morfy got a reaction from HazMatt in Rate the Photo Above you   
    Quite nice HDR, except for some chromatic aberations, i like it! 9/10
     
    Redbull Soapbox Race action: 
     

    IMG_4502 by vladnicula360, on Flickr
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    Morfy reacted to Victorious Secret in Make way for the behemoth, #2betterthan1   
    All you chumps with your nuclear volcano R9 290s step aside, the juggernaut has arrived. 
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