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SlimShady99

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  1. I just founf out my PSU has 4 PCIe 8 pins, so no problem on that front, thanks for the quick response! I will make sure to use all 3 then, just a ton of messy cables now xDD
  2. Got an EVGA 3080 FTW3 ULTRA on Amazon Spain for 718,18€ (I dont have to pay 21% IVA where I live, so from 868€ it went to 718,18€) Probably later I will have to pay like 60€, but maybe not if im lucky and they dont ask me, hapens a lot of times.. The question is basically, do I have to use all 3 8 pin connectors on the GPU? Or can I use only 2 8 pins, and what are the benefits of using the third one, because I dont plan to OC heavily anyways. If I have to use all 3, could you point me in the right direction on how I can do that? I have a Gigabyte G750H 750W 80 Plus Gold PSU, in cas
  3. Wait, wouldn't then the 3 fans of the GPU and the 3 at bottom as intakes, be "fighting" for the air? And therefore no intake, only 3 exhaust at the side for the CPU?
  4. Ive seen It on the PSU Cultist way up, and its even semimodular, Ive been very happy with It but you never know
  5. A really good discount on Amazon (new), on Pccomponentes its 102€ (Spain)
  6. Yes, they are all 6 as intake currently, included the AIO ofc. So you are telling me to use 3 at the bottom as intake and the other 3, included 2 of the AIO and another one, at the back as exhaust? It looks good thanks
  7. Gigabyte G750H 750W 80 Plus Gold, good for 3900X (4700x in near future) and RTX 3080? Planning to OC. Im maybe questioning this because I managed to get that PSU ultra cheap, 50€ for 750w 80 plus gold, brand new on Amazon but still...
  8. As you can see in the photos, I have a Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic, 4 LL120 Corsair fans, and a 240mm AIO also from Corsair. My goal is to get the lowest temps posible on my Ryzen 9 3900X and for that I would like to get some help from someone who knows more than me about airflow (as I clearly am not expert, I have the 6 fans as intake... I know...) I can put there up to 9 fans, and currently I have 6, so tell me what you think its the best airflow design for the AIO and the other 4 fans. For example, 3 intake on the back and 3 exhaust on the top IDK. PD: Maybe soon I'll be
  9. A 750W 80 Plus should be more than enough, good quality tho
  10. I have considered too more the 011 Air because I like its design more, but do you think its the best choice for airflow?
  11. Hi, I need a little help deciding which should be my next case. Price is 120€ for Lian Li PC-011 Air and 123€ for Corsair Obsidian 500D so It doesnt matter. I want the best cooling posible but aestethics is also importante, current case is a Corsair 465X on black but I want to change. My PC (just so you imagine which case would look better): Ryzen 9 3900X Corsair H100i RGB Platinum SE RTX 2070 Super MSI Gaming X Trio Asus ROG STRIX B550 Gaming-F 4 Corsair LL120 RGB fans (+2 of the AIO) 16GB Corsair RGB RAM 3200mhz Gigabyte 750W 80 Plus
  12. That's what I thought, I'm starting to use my pc for more than gaming currently but even so, 12 cores Is overkill xD. Still, I think I'm gonna keep It, at least until I get a good offer on Ryzen 4000.
  13. You mean resell a good offer with that? I can see why It can bother you, but I actually want to use It, if I use It for a few months and then resell it at that price or higher and buy Zen 3, would I be doing something bad? I dont think so...
  14. Should I keep this ryzen 9 3900x for 324€ or resell higher easily and wait for Ryzen 4000? I was thinking on getting the r5 4600 (I have r5 3600)
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