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    South UK
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  • CPU
    i7 960
  • Motherboard
    Asus P6T SE
  • RAM
    24Gb Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz DDR3 (Triple)
  • GPU
    Asus Strix GTX1070 O8G
  • Case
    Fractal R5 White
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 Pro/850 EVO/1Tb Spinpoint
  • PSU
    Corsair RM1000
  • Display(s)
    Iiyama ProLite B2409HDS/Samsung SM 2333HD
  • Cooling
    Noctua - NH-D14
  • Keyboard
    CoolerMaster MK750
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    HDMI Out to Pioneer VSX-924
  • Operating System
    Win 7 Pro
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  1. So they used a 2990WX with the Zenith Extreme which doesn't have enough VRM to really push that chip and will have VRM heat issues, along with a standard iesblock from alphacool that doesn't fully cover the IHS with an "adapter kit". It seems poor old Margeret has been gimped by the sponsors. I feel like this could have been something truly special, but along with some wonky tubing, and no love given to the front with all the drive facades badly destroyed, this gets a resound "meh" from me. I wanna see a sleeper build that shows how beautiful retro can be, rather than a
  2. Yeah, but a poor power source can wear out your components faster or not provide the full power they need, the pascal GPUs with their internal overclocking will be limited if the power source is poor. But that's rarely a worry unless you go too cheap. GamersNexus plans to do power supply reviews soon so that should be interesting.
  3. Yeah I have a pricey system with top end components so I wanted a Power supply which not only was efficient (Those components eat watts at load) but also had fairly clean power with low ripple, that's why I spent so much. Plus I plan to run this computer for 5+ years with occasional upgrades if needed. So reliability is important. Higher grade PSUs tend to use more reliable components. For a mid-range PC Gold should be fine, just do a little research to make sure the PSU doesn't have bad ripple or the efficiency curve isn't horrendous at idle. HardOCP tend to do good PSU rev
  4. It's a nice looking case, but the white is only panelling and it only supports a pair of up to 280 rads
  5. I've just ordered all the internal components for My new PC, an 2950X on a MSI MEG CREATION and 2 1080Tis, but now I need to find a case with watercooling options because I want this to be my first watercooling build. The problem is I can't plan a loop without a case because I won't know what I can fit and where. Here's my PCPP: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/Pyrii/saved/NVrV6h My initial selection was the Phanteks Primo in white, but I'm not entirely happy with the case. I would like the option to side-mount. I wanted to try and go for an all-white theme build with t
  6. Problem is, die/controller differences might cause issues and slow down the RAM as a whole. If speed isn't an issue and don't mind the performance hit of mismatched sticks then you're okay.
  7. Yeah, and I can't find CAS15 3600 modules anywhere, even though they do exist.
  8. From what I could tell on similar threads on this board, The new Zen architecture does like speed, so maybe the RAM might have some headroom to improve clock rate (Probably see how far I can push just the clock while keeping same timings and as little additional voltage as possible). I also heard That TR2 likes similar timings across the latency, so 14-14-14 should be better than say, 14-16-16. I've been seeing lots of kits with CAS latencies with numbers all over the place. Mostly Corsair's very disappointing offerings. But on the other side of the fence, I'm not too sure about G.
  9. So I'm trying to pick some memory, I want decent latency and after lots of research, head scratching, and disappointment that lots of the decent kits are no longer sold here in the UK. I have a PCPartPicker build (https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/Pyrii/saved/NVrV6h) for what I've selected so far, but here's what I'm looking at: Threadripper 2950X MSI MEG X399 CREATION 2x G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3200MHz C14 (F4-3200C14D-32GTZR) So checking the compatibility list for the board I can't find the EXACT model number for the RAM, but dual 8GB stic
  10. I'm looking to use the same CPU+Mobo as @Diraan but I'm looking at higher initial memory. I was initially looking at the Corsair Vengeance RGP PROs in white (Going for a white-themed build) but the timings on their RAM aren't as good as G.skill sets. For me, Memory speed and latency is important, some of the things I do are highly dependant on FSB/RAM speed. The question is, pay more for G.Skill/TForce RAM that's rated higher, or stick with corsair and see if they can overclock. I think the MEG only supports up to 3600 RAM, but at that speed, finding anything better tha
  11. I lowered my overclock over summer due to it causing my PC to pump out lots of heat turning my room into a sauna in summer. I could probably push this board further but I think I'd prefer to just focus on my new machine.
  12. My server is an Sandy Bridge P67, and when I accidentally blew the board up with a loose screw, I had to pay a king's ransom on ebay for a replacement. I can definately sympathise.
  13. I'm definitely overdue an upgrade (See my Angelic Rose thread). I wouldn't sell this board on though because I have a feeling it's dying. Just felt like teasing @Redicat and @App4that
  14. Ah, I guess I only ever get directed to the US store from Tech places so I didn't know there was an EU store. Thanks @CableMod and @W-L When googling I only found https://mod-one.com/connectors/ and their connectors seem to different in tones, and some are a bit translucent, and I'm not sure on compatibility. But they are pretty cheap.
  15. Interesting to see the kind of computers the LTT staff use at home, it shows that different professions tend to dictate your computing needs at home. And how much Linus pays them (insert Linus kappa here, why is that not an emoticon?). I'm surprised they didn't upgrade his storage other than an OS SSD. I'm not too sure about the final selection, I can see why maybe Linus picked who he did, but I'm not sure he'll actually use it. Semi-related to the video though I feel like I need a small rant. It feels like any time AMD releases a new line of CPUs, Intel goes ham on mar