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About Firewrath9

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    computer pr0n enthusiast

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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte B360M DS3H
  • RAM
    Crucial Ballisitix LT DDR4-2400 2x8
  • GPU
    ASUS RX 570 Strix 4GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design Meshify C White TG
  • Storage
    Inland Professional 480GB SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 750 G3
  • Cooling
    Cryorig M9 Plus
  • Keyboard
    Corsair Strafe
  • Mouse
    Corsair M65 Pro/Harpoon
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 598 Cs, Corsair HS70, KZ ZS10 Pros
  • Operating System
    Win10 Pro, Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, MacOS, iOS
  • Laptop
    Dell XPS 15 9570 i7-8750H + 1050 Ti Max-Q, MBA 13" Mid-2012

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  1. you can try following this:https://sennheiserusa.happyfox.com/kb/article/219-what-do-i-do-when-there-is-wireless-signal-or-wifi-interference/ 2.4ghz is all there is afaik
  2. you can always try OCing and tightening timings. With zen 3, 4000mhz dram is possible, and depending on the ICs you can easily get a CL of 16-18 at 4k.
  3. whew, been a while. gonna bump this thread by saying, with the weird shit thats going on with turing, isn't a high OCP/OPP (for transients) more of a feature now haha? The OTP is still an "issue" tho i guess lol
  4. If you want paramount reliability and endurance delta power supplies are some of the best built out there.
  5. you'll need a proper software implementation and you need to really accurately measure the distance between sensors. And even if you do that its still not very good since the l16 is frankly shit for $2000.
  6. I'd reccommend you use 2 psu's since power spikes or transients may cause them to trip OCP when rendering.
  7. if somebody replies to you post you get a notif, no need to tag or quote OP
  8. the b550 aorus master is literally better than the x570 aorus master
    the b550 aorus master uses the same vcore controller as the x570 master but uses 16 phases and has 70A TDA21472s
    x570 uses 14 50A IR3556s
    b550 rated for 5000mhz, x570 rated for 4400(edited)
    b550 has 2 more rear USB ports
    supports 3x nvme 4.0 off CPU
    am confuse
    1. Jurrunio


      Cuz Master cannot beat Xtreme on X570, but no Xtreme on B550 in the first place


      Or maybe they thought about calling the top B550 board Xtreme, figured it would be a social no-no, rolled back to calling it the Master without hardware changes.

    2. Firewrath9


      yeah i think the 2nd would be more likely, maybe they meant to release a b550 xtreme or smth

  9. EKWB slim rads Anyways, OP: Hardwarelabs makes the best slim rads, their GTS series (30mm thick) outperforms many 45mm class radiators at low-mid RPM. EK's slim radiators are pitiful
  10. thats fine, I use like 8gb with only chrome and 15 tabs open
  11. the MX500 is worse than the P1, except in very certain situations. I don't know what BS you're spouting but it ain't true. any 3600 kit out there is probably some shit/mystery die, especially with the CL18. Micron rev.E is wayy better than mystery dies, and you know what you're getting. At the very best, that G skill kit contains CJR, which imo is worse than micron rev. e.
  12. Don't get AS5, better pastes like MX-4 and NT-H1 exist. Get the WD Blue SN550, as it uses TLC dram instead of QLC, get a R5 3600 as its the exact same as the 3600 (maybe 1% difference), and instead of buying a case and a fan, just get a better case, like this https://www.newegg.com/black-phanteks-eclipse-p400a-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811854085?Description=p400a&cm_re=p400a-_-11-854-085-_-Product&quicklink=true you get a TG side panel too