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About LauriHimself

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  • Birthday Jan 06, 1984

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime X470 Pro
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence RGB Pro 16GB @3200
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 2070 Armor
  • Case
    Corsair 500D Modded
  • Storage
    500GB Crucial P1, 4TB spinning rust
  • PSU
    Corsair HX850i
  • Display(s)
    AOC CQ32G1, Acer XB280HK 28.0" 3840x2160 60 Hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i Platinum
  • Keyboard
    Razer Ortana Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Teufel Concept E450
  • Operating System
    Win 10 Pro

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  1. honestly, that Segotep case looks amazing ^^ its 130€ over here and if it's built well thats worth it to me well have to look for some reviews to ty
  2. have seen this one already, but the closed off front with only a few cm to pull air on the side look like a suboptimal design airflow wise. will edit my OP to say mesh front thank you anyways
  3. hey there oh great hive-mind as i am about to move and the new layout of my desk won't allow for a regular case I'm looking for an inverted mid tower atx case. a chimney design case might also work if the TG sidepanel is on the right side of the case things I'm looking for in a new case: TG sidepanel minimalistic design good airflow/ mesh front (no closed off front, no rgb focus) psu shroud space for at least one 280 rad pricewise there are no limits as long as it's reasonable and the case justifies its price any
  4. erstmal ein herzliches servus aus österreich the software i am using is either AIDA64 or HWinfo both work fine for me
  5. Yes and no =/ Every time I start my rig it restarts. Sometimes once, sometimes several times. Sometimes a few minutes after startup, sometimes hours... But once it's stable, it's stable ^^ had it up for 3 weeks without issues XD restarted b/c of an update... One random restart, and I'm back to normal. I highly suspect some kind of whacky contact / grounding issue regarding board and or case. Will swap the board in winter (and maybe sell my rig if everything works fine. Got the itch again for a new build... Let's dee what Zen3 will bring)
  6. repasted my Aorus 2080 super Waterforce recently with cryonaut i have to say the application looked segnificantly different to yours there was a huge ammount of TIM not only the silicon was covered, but the entire green pcb piece it sits on but yes, the TIM was bonedry, and my temps since repasting are way lower before i got in the mid 60s while running furmark, now it maxes out at 54-55
  7. as far as i remember those ones came with coile whine from hell, just like the GS models
  8. Found this one in a "dollar store" and just had to ^^
  9. Time Spy : CPU: R5 3600 4.350 Mhz GPU: 2080 Super 2.145 Mhz GPU Memory clock frequency : 2.150 Mhz GPU Clock frequency : 2.145 MHz 3DMark Score : 11411 Link : https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/47955858?
  10. at that price its most likely a new QLED, those should be 100hz iirc
  11. assuming the tv is 60Hz a 3300x and a 2080 super should spit out 100ish frames in most titles available atm at 4k
  12. thank you both it's the cheapest 5" display that has an hdmi port that i could find on amazon ^^ using a hdmi ribbon cable to rout it straight back to the output
  13. Hello once again dear community for all of you who did not notice how i started out with my build, let me leave the link to my OG buildlog: SNOWFLAKE as many of you might know: once you start building, its hard to stop... while building this time i hit a little roadblock as i had random restarts caused by a faulty stick of ram that memtest veryfied to be good. but finally, after a long time, i present to you my upgraded rig: swapped my H110 GTX for a 115i Platinum my 2070 for a 2080super waterforce built a custom shroud for my gpu with added
  14. i have 3 others, all 3 are 1tb ssds alright, just let me google how to do that ^^