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Didarul Hossain Rafi

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  1. In my room temperature (25°) I'm getting 37° gpu temperature (Gigabyte GTX 1660) while playing COD warzone I'm getting 89° temperature on 75 fps (lock) 

    I don't understand what's the issue ! 

    Any other games (Apex, R6, RDR2) my temperature is quite okay (around 65-75°) 

    I've 2 intake 3 exhaust fan on my casing. 

    Please suggest me how to control such high temperature ! 

  2. 4 minutes ago, TVwazhere said:

    The 212 Black edition and the Gammax GT are the best performers, get whichever is cheaper or you just like more for aesthetics. 

    Thanks ! Gammaxx is cheaper in my region also CM 212 black edition is stock out for last 1 month 😖

  3. Gonna buy a budget cpu air cooler for my Ryzen 5 3600.

    Will not overclock ,just to reduce heat while gaming (getting 85°+ temp) 

     

    Based on my budget I've 3 choices actually. 

     

    1. Thermaltake ux200 

    2. CM 212 black edition ( stock out )

    3. Deepcool gammaxx GT 

     

    Which one should I pick ? 

     

    Note: I'll be using stock thermal paste. 

  4. On idle I'm getting 46°-60°c temps. 

    While Gaming I get 61°-73°c temps.

    It is okay to have such temp on stock cooler???

     

    Spec: Ryzen 5 3600, GTX 1660 OC.

    Note:

    1. I've OC my cpu to 3.9Ghz at 1.15 voltage

    2. Also I've 2 intake and 2 exhaust casing fan

    3. Most importantly my room temperature is 28°-35°c 

    4. My fps is locked on 75 hz 

    5. GPU temp 58°-73°c while gaming ( fan speed 55%-75% ) 

    So do I need to spend money on AIO ?

    or it's just fine ? 

  5. On my monitor when ever I touch , It makes a spot or like a scratch or like a water drop !! 

    I've uploaded few pictures , not sure if you could see but I want to fix this. Is there any way to fix this !! 

    note : due to room light it is white (washed out) on the upper side of the monitor. You can see the scratches middle and right middle. 

    IMG_20200724_234722.jpg

    IMG_20200724_234744.jpg

  6. 9 minutes ago, Gaires said:

    You should buy best monitor you can afford, as a good monitor will last you trough multiple PCs.

     

    Cannot find any good reviews about it.

     

    For around 200USD I like to recommend this one.

    https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/viewsonic/xg2402

     

    You can also check if these are available to you.

    https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/best/gaming-monitors-under-300

     

    If the Viewsonic isn't available for you, see if this one is. It's worse than the viewsonic, but decent enough.

    https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/lg/24gl600f

    Thanks 

  7. 1 minute ago, Light-Yagami said:

    Yes, you should. It's not IF you should buy a 144hz monitor, it's which one. Just make sure it's a good quality one, with decent response times. Hardware Unboxed on Youtube has some videos that will help you decide.

    ASUS TUF VG249Q 24 Inch  .... 

  8. With my current gtx 1660 gpu i use a 75hz monitor. 

    I was thinking to buy 144 hz asus monitor. 

     

    But my gpu max get 100 fps on average in games. 

    Should I buy ?

     

    Note: no plan to upgrade my gpu within 2-3 years. 

  9. 1 minute ago, TheDailyProcrastinator said:

    95°C is hot but Aida64 is a pretty harsh stress test, and I am guessing your ambient temps are pretty high? What are your temps like under real world applications, if you game with this PC what are your max temps when gaming? 

     

    Also, what case are you using and what is your fan setup like?

    Haven't played any games yet. 

    Normal cpu temperature 45°-68°c while downloading and installing files and games. 

     

    I'm using BitFenix Enso ATX Mid Tower Tempered Glass casing, 2 input fan one exhaust . ( My side panel is open ) 

  10. I run AIDA64 test on my ryzen 3600 after installing it with stock cooler in Asrock b450m pro4-f . 

    Result

    temperature: 95°c 

    peak speed: 3800 mhz

    voltage: 1.256 (peak) 

    what should I do ? 

    please suggest ! 

    I'm worried with this temperature ( note that test is done while my casing side panel was open ) 

     

  11. 4 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

    First of all

    No point in actually overclocking ryzen because it doesn't even have a  lot of headroom for that and it doesn't even benifit from it a whole lot. Just enable pbo and you should be fine.

    My mobo can handle it right ? 

  12. So I've recently ordered ryzen 5 3600 based on reviews from here. 

    Initially my plan was to buy 3300x with b450 but i changed my mind. 

    I've a gigabyte a320 with ryzen 3 1200. 

    So I've run few test on the current cpu.

     

    On idle my cpu 39-44°c , mobo 35-40°c, vrm 52° , vsoc MOS 53°c. 

     

    On 100% load (AIDA64 stability test @3.1ghz) cpu 54°c , mobo 45°c, vrm 62°c, vsoc MOS 56°c

    ( After 15 mins )  

     

    I'm not into overclocking, so is it okay to pair 3600 with this gigabyte a320 motherboard ? 

     

    I'm in tight budget or else I would have ordered a b450 as well 😖 

     

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