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Firewrath9

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About Firewrath9

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    copium

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  • Location
    Maryland
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    i9-7960X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS X299 Prime 30th
  • RAM
    G. Skill Flare X 3200C14 4x8
  • GPU
    Zotac 1070 mini
  • Case
    Fractal Design Meshify C White TG
  • Storage
    1tb nvme
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 G3
  • Cooling
    CLC 280
  • Keyboard
    Kalam Orion 65
  • Mouse
    RVU/GPW

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  1. just snagged the jankest X299 dark on ebay for $80. hope it works lol

  2. And have those reviews compared the same setup on the B550-A pro? and that still doesn't say anything about the fact that the X570 Aorus elite is really cooler than the ace, yet also in tier B.
  3. Hi, I just have a couple questions. In tier A, you have the MSI B550-A Pro, which has a 10 phase based on the ubiquitous discrete mosfets that MSI always uses, the 4C029N and 4C024N, with 1 of each per phase. Then, in tier C, you have the X570 Gaming Pro carbon, which has a 10 phase with dual n-fets (QA3111N6N). This puzzled me, so I looked up the spec sheets for both, and it turns out that the X570 GPC has a stronger VRM, efficency-wise. The 4C029N high side mosfet has a RDS(ON) of 5.88ohms, and the 4C024N low side has a RDS(ON) of 2.8 ohms. However, the MSI gaming pro carb
  4. hindsight is 20-20, i wish i bought doge 2 years ago lol
  5. this. around the same time, i got a 1070 for literally $120. A good deal yes, but getting a 1070 ti for $200 was nothing crazy, which basically matched the RTX 2060 in games. Not to mention the RTX was useless, and spending the $100-150 more from a 1660 super gave you like 15% more performance.
  6. i would watercool it, if you're gonna spend the cash for a 3090, might as well go all the way.
  7. overclocking maybe buy a nice 2x8 kit of b die, and see how far it'll go
  8. By the way, the best bin of b die that you can currently get is the corsair 4000 16-16-16-36 at 1.4v. https://www.corsair.com/us/en/p/CMK16GX4M2Z4000C16?utm_source=google&utm_medium=search&utm_campaign=shopping&utm_term="keyword"&utm_content=corsair insane bin, insane price. out or the ones you listed, 4000 16-19 could just be a really good bin of djr so i wouldnt get it, and the toughram is pretty shart. get the 3800 14-16-16, guaranteed b die
  9. waiting for evga to restock the 1300G+....

  10. it will run, but don't try to max it out with furmark+prime95 or smth. you can try to undervolt
  11. no real reasons to not, unless you need the pcie lanes of an HEDT platform, and cost.
  12. foam sounds like shart in keyboards but if you must i would use neoprene.
  13. Try another displayport cable. https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?87681-Rampage-V-Edition-10-No-Video-output-and-bios-error-D6
  14. Just bought an i9-7960X for $360, a X299 Prime 30 for $180, and 4x8 Flare X flat 14 for $190.

    dated CPU but will still hold its own, my goal is 4.5ghz at 1.2v, and DDR4-3800 flat 16.

    might need a new PSU tho

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