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  • Location
    Germany
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    i7 8700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus strix z370
  • RAM
    32 gb GSkill Rgb 3200
  • GPU
    RTX 2080 Super
  • Storage
    500 Gb SSD Samsung 960 pro
  • Display(s)
    1: Acer x27p 2: Acer XF270HUA
  • Cooling
    cooler master masterliquid ml240r argb
  • Keyboard
    Razer blackwidow chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga
  • Sound
    Gsp 350
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. It draws 75 watts from the pci slot ( the max a pci slot handels ) a i5-2400 pulls around 75 watts aswell so your at 150 and since the rest of your system does not draw alot i would say it should be fine fineish as long as the Power supply isnt the worst of the worst but 240 is really low ^^
  2. No seal is perfect all aios will lose some water over the years so planing for that is not a bad there is a reason some higher end aios have a refill port jesus Website nzxt *The coolant inside of a liquid cooler is a mixture of propylene glycol and distilled water, with the split of these depending on what environment the manufacturer expects the cooler to occupy. This mixture doesn’t “evaporate,” per se, but does slowly permeate the tubes containing the cooler*
  3. Its fine as it is if ur only focus is gaming maybe get a used 2060 super they are pretty cheap right now and that would give u a nice fps boost while running the same gpu with a ryzen 3600 would not make that big of a diff What res are u playing 1080p or 1440p
  4. Have the same cpu at 4.7 with 1.25 core and even i spike into the 90s on heavy stresstests with a half decent 240 aio running fine like that since i bought it haha and no its not my cooler had 2 diff ones and even a big air cooler spiked into the 90s i just gave up at that point
  5. Even the best aios will lose some liquid over time and its better to plan for that
  6. Does it happen in other Games aswell or is it just desteny 2 maybe the game itself is acting a bit strange since it happens after loading screens
  7. Pretty sure a rtx 3070 will be able to run with your 500w power supply and since the case is closed anyway who cares how the mobo looks as long as it works there is no reason to replace a 8700k wtf
  8. Its not for dead pixel its for stuck pixel ( if a pixel just shows one color all the time ) and it needs to run quite a long time to maybe work ^^ But it wont save a black aka dead pixel
  9. I would reverse the airflow and if possible get the tubes of the raidiator to the bottom depending on the aio bubbles can get in the loop with them on top since looking at your setup they seem to be the highest point
  10. Maybe air got into the pump when u moved it since there will be alot of air in the loop after 6 years is your radiator in the front or on the top or your case ?
  11. If u put that card under full load is there only one fan spinning ? or is it only in standby maybe its some fan stop stuff that only 1 fan runs in standby
  12. Just google win to usb its a software that allows u to make a usb stick or external drive a bootable windows install all u need is the programm and a windows 10 iso
  13. Intel isnt even that far a head in single core anymore ^^
  14. Try to find schematics to see what did explode then start cleaning the board with ipa and start separating the pcb layers again if possible as long as u get rid of any short the gpu might still work if the Component that died wasnt important unlikely but not impossible ^^
  15. The psu only should be hand warm not hot is the psu fan free ? Does the psu get decent airflow in your case do u have any other to test if thats really the Problem ? Can u check your cpu cooler maybe it got a bit loose and the cpu just insta overheats the second u turn it on
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