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  1. Kits like this come with all the mounting hardware needed. https://www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=vertical+gpu+mount+kit&ref=nb_sb_noss
  2. At that price you pay for bling mostly, the Arctic outperforms most and outperforms all at the same noise level. The EK AIO ran a tiny bit cooler but with higher noise/rpm.
  3. Arctic liquid freezer II 360 would be my recommendation.
  4. https://infinite-computing.co.uk/product/the-rapture-pre-build-5600x-rtx-2060-16gb-ram/ Pretty decent deals atm.
  5. This would be my edit https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/Z79m9N
  6. Memory is the first place i'd look with that sort of behaviour. If it's Corsair LPX you're using then it's a crapshoot at the best of times.
  7. No, never. That is weird indeed. If you had the cooler off and never replaced the paste that is a bit of a faux pas.
  8. This is my 3800x on a 360 aio, just browsing/YT etc.
  9. Totally normal for a stock cooler with typical Ryzen behaviour. A better cooler is option 1, option 2 is to set a negative offset voltage in bios, somewhere between -0.020 and -0.050. That will drop the spike voltage while maintaining performance in most cases.
  10. £500-600 Currently in the UK is a fair price. Recent completed listings on ebay have the GPU closer to 200 as prices are falling steadily atm.
  11. 1070ti is a nice card, a decent step up from the 590. A fair price imo based on performance currently would be 230-260 GBP depending on which model.
  12. I've learned to avoid Ripjaws V for Ryzen, finnicky at best. Flare X kits run better with AMD. Tried on various chips and 2 different kits of Ripjaws.
  13. Yes it's normal. In high load, low current scenarios the voltage will be higher. In high load, high current scenarios you'll soon see the voltage drop as the temp rises.