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DildorTheDecent

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About DildorTheDecent

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  • Location
    https://cultofthepartyparrot.com/

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 9 3950X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crosshair VIII Impact
  • RAM
    TeamGroup Dark Pro 2x8GB 3600C16
  • GPU
    RTX 2080 Ti
  • Case
    Lian Li TU150WX
  • Storage
    Gigabyte AORUS 2TB PCI-E 4.0 NVMe
  • PSU
    Seasonic SGX 650
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator X34A
  • Cooling
    Custom loop with MO-RA3 420 Pro
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2013
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga 2014 Right Handed
  • Sound
    Schiit Jotunheim | AKG K712 Pro | Audeze LCD 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro x64

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  1. It's a safe and legal thrill.

    https://i.gyazo.com/f6c55d058ad8774b44c0d6acd476490d.png

    1. TheCoder2019

      TheCoder2019

      Oh for a second I thought it was Tech Support Unknown, but no. What is it?

    2. LloydLynx

      LloydLynx

      I know the feeling. I'll go to do something, end up not enjoying it, then wonder why I'm even doing it. Then I'll wanna do that thing again as soon as I stop doing it.

    3. Frankie

      Frankie

      TFW Dildor left his child in kindergarden over the weekend.

       

    1. Murasaki

      Murasaki

      Took a few seconds to process that but.. got there.

    2. Cyberspirit

      Cyberspirit

      I'm glad that it had to be pointed out to me. Haven't lost my mind completely yet. :old-laugh:

    3. minibois

      minibois

      Reminds me of a Pokemon ribbon (from 2016 for reference) I saw the other day:

      unknown.png

       

      I posted this somewhere the other day and mentioned how the human brain is programmed to see faces in everything; as an evolutionary trait.

      My hypothesis is that our brains have been reprogrammed to see amogus in everything.

  2. Same.

    https://i.gyazo.com/b371dc24164023da9c11523afe12c04e.png

     

    I'd sooner have two 9 inch nails shot through my balls than use a printer again.

    1. Frankie

      Frankie

      Printers are like wild dogs.

       

      No sudden movements, they can smell fear.

    2. Den-Fi

      Den-Fi

      Printers are not allowed in my home.

    3. NZgamer

      NZgamer

      Printers: I've noticed that you're printing a document with only black text. It's absolutely essential that I'm filled with Majenta ink, and I'm not going to start unless you spend your life savings purchasing OEM cartridges.

  3. You should be able to. Afterburner might have issues applying the fixed voltage from the profile. So you might need to on occasion open the curve editor and set it manually.
  4. Of course it doesn't. That yellow line means you've set a voltage for the GPU to operate at regardless of the load i.e. it's a fixed voltage, it will not drop unless you press CTRL + L and the apply button. You'll however, lose your undervolt by doing that as the GPU returns to stock behaviour. You could try and slightly lower the power limit instead since voltage proper voltage control stopped existing after Pascal (GTX 10 series).
  5. I think the 850 G2 in X99 PC is knackered:

    20210508_130443.thumb.jpg.2bdcb3fb6e1f4f8525ce2b834eb2d123.jpg

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    2. Frankie

      Frankie

      Nevermind, didn't noticed the second post... Sooo wtf is going on, PSU seems fine, sensors too (probably)

    3. DildorTheDecent

      DildorTheDecent

      25 minutes ago, Frankie said:

      How you liking the tester? 🙂 

      Nice and simple. Plugged everything in, gave two beeps to show that everything was good, powered down and unplugged it. ez pz.

       

      I think the culprit was a slightly loose connection on the PSU side. Gave it a wiggle and it seems to be fine for now. Wonky sensors could return though.

    4. Frankie

      Frankie

      20 minutes ago, DildorTheDecent said:

      Nice and simple. Plugged everything in, gave two beeps to show that everything was good, powered down and unplugged it. ez pz.

       

      I think the culprit was a slightly loose connection on the PSU side. Gave it a wiggle and it seems to be fine for now. Wonky sensors could return though.

      Yeah, same experience here. Nice and hopefuly simple then. It seemed little wierd that it would show low voltage and after unplugging and testing the PSU, everything is fine. Loose connection could give it some resistance maybe? 

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