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SavageNeo

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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Lurick in What is the best water cooling I can use?   
    yes
     
     
     
    I put as much effort to my answer as you in the question.
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Radium_Angel in What is the best water cooling I can use?   
    yes
     
     
     
    I put as much effort to my answer as you in the question.
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    SavageNeo reacted to mariushm in What Card is this?   
    yeah
     
    For anyone curious how to search stuff like this ...
     
    3 memory chips on the bottom, 3 on top ... 6 chips ... x 32 bits per chip = 192 bit bus bandwidth... so either 1.5 GB or 3 GB or 6 GB of VRAM
     
    top of the card by the two UL numbers (the numbers that start with E) there's a 4 digit code  : 1325 ... that means year 2013, week 25  so the card was made in 2013 or later, which means the gpu chips was launched in 2013 or earlier.
     
    You know it's a nVidia card ... so you can go to a site like Techpowerup and look for nvidia cards , with 192 bit memory, released before 2013 : https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/?mfgr=NVIDIA&buswidth=192 bit&sort=name
     
    You can go further and read the code on the memory chips and you find out if it's ddr3 or gddr5 or something else and use that to filter further..
     
    Then you have nVidia P2004 printed by the pci-e connector ... a quick google search hints to GTX670 but that's a 256 bit card, so your best option is the GTX660 model which is 192bit.
     
    Also the presence of so many memory chip footprints points to the board being a reference design reused with multiple chips (192 bit, 256 bit, maybe even 512 bit but unlikely...
     
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from TechTippee in Multi-rail VS Single-rail PSU?   
    you mean multirail and single rail? Multirail is little bit better than single (usually) since it can shutdown the psu earlier than single rail in order to protect itself.
     
    Seems unlikely. Mayby huge voltagespkie/storm or something
    With corsair psus with "I" i nthe end you can measure psu temps etc.
     
    And to end this, AMD is not pathetic by any means.
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Downkey in performance issues with gpu   
    Do not listen to him he does not know anything.
    1. that motherbaord does nto supprt ryzen 5 3600
    2. that is pretty bad value motherboard.
    3. ryzen 5 3600 is pretty bad value.
    4. 2070 is not worth it.
     
    do you have the latest drivers?
    what cpu cooler do you have?
    In what slots are the ram?
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Ankh Tech in Hard time with choosing a motherboard   
    It has pretty bad VRMs and coolign for them. check our tier list on the forums. even asrock b450 pro 4 is better
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Ankh Tech in Hard time with choosing a motherboard   
    oh yeah you are right forgot that
     
    x570 boards are pretty overpriced right now. 
    There are good budget x570 boards like Asus x570 prime-p.
    also good b450 boards like msi tomahawk max, mortar max etc.
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Ankh Tech in Hard time with choosing a motherboard   
    no. b550 board are better value and can do 90% of the things that x570 can do
    no it is not. That board cnnot handle even ryzen 9 3900x or 5900x. mayby 2700x but still very bad value.
     
     
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    SavageNeo reacted to Ankh Tech in Hard time with choosing a motherboard   
    as @lee32ukand I said, the tomahawk max is much better
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    SavageNeo reacted to lee32uk in Hard time with choosing a motherboard   
    The B450 Tomahawk MAX is a better board for $25 less. 
     
     
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    SavageNeo reacted to Ankh Tech in Hard time with choosing a motherboard   
    the b450 tomahawk is a bit better, but i'd go for a x570 tomahawk
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Seban in RX 560 FPS Issues   
    Have you plugged your monitor to the motherboard or in the gpu?
    because it seems like you are using intergrated graphics
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from boggy77 in CPU spikes to 100% usage causing framedrops/lag   
    Warzone is cpu heavy game. it utilizes well over 12 threads for me. your cpu only have 6 threads so that will be a problem. Samller freamedrops with your cpu are expected but massive framedrops do not sound right.
     
    Download HWINFO64. run the sensors. Play for a hour and check cpu temps.
    Also what speed is your ram? and is it 1 stick or 2 sticks?
    Also what 650w psu?
     
     
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Brok3n But who cares? in B550 and X570 almost at the same price!!!   
    As i said b550-f is not well priced. yes tomahakw is much better choice but still very overkill
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Mister Woof in Ryzen CPU comparison   
    5600x out of those is the best value. but if you do nto have a crazy high budget i5 10400f or i7 10700 would make more sense. or the new i5 11400 or 11700
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Radium_Angel in Two stupid simple questions on GFX card rankings   
    the gfx tier list seems fgine. rx550 is not worth 170$. for that budget rtx 570 or gtx 970 would be the best
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Noirdrath in Hello everyone i want some help with an amd system   
    yes. but why downcloked? Basic tasks are taking longer and are slower because of that-
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from Blissfulterror in Want to try my luck and try to buy the AMD RX 6700 XT at msrp.   
    Because it is over MSRP and it is not that good IMO. I mean for 500$ it is good NOW, because everything else is out of stock. but when things get normal 500€ for 6700XT is not that good at all.
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from DonBaldy in Push/pull for AIO   
    seems fine since you have a realyl bad airflow case. 86C is still "safe"
    a bit high for your AIO but nothing to worry about
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    SavageNeo reacted to boggy77 in Pre built gaming Pc configuration help   
    go with this instead
    CoolerMaster H500 ARGB Gaming PC Case AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 3.8GHz (4.7GHz Turbo) 8-Core CPU Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB AIO CPU Cooler NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 10GB Graphics Card Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3600MHz DDR4 Memory Kit 500GB Seagate BarraCuda 510 M.2 SSD   1TB Seagate BarraCuda Hard Drive   ASUS ROG STRIX B550-F Gaming Motherboard Corsair TX850M 850W 80 Plus Gold Power Supply
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from frozensun in 3900X heating up to 95 C in stress test,normal?   
    again voltage VID is not your real voltage, taht is what to cpu requets, but the 1.3V core voltage is what it avctually gets
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from dreamcast4599 in should i upgrade to stick with what i got?   
    hyou shou8ld sell them and get something else. like rx 580 or gtx 1660. used of course
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    SavageNeo got a reaction from dreamcast4599 in should i upgrade to stick with what i got?   
    780ti is like gtx 1050ti without any newish features and less vram. i would not pay more than 70$ for it. mayby evenb 90$ becuase of stock issues but not 160$
     
    keep the hd7770s. or  if you have the 160$ budget you should find gtx 980s or gtx 1660s there. or even rx 580 but i wold not pay more than 130$ for rx 580
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