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silverera99

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    silverera99 reacted to Ralf in are more expensive ssd brands worth it?   
    I would take Samsung 860 EVO or MX500 over crap like Kingston A400(10% drop in health within the 1st week, no thanks) any day.
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    silverera99 got a reaction from Letgomyleghoe. in hdd vs ssd for storing games   
    haven't quite gamed for a while now. but i wanna ask, do people keep their games on high storage ssd nowadays? or HDD's are good enough?
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    silverera99 got a reaction from Ben17 in hdd vs ssd for storing games   
    haven't quite gamed for a while now. but i wanna ask, do people keep their games on high storage ssd nowadays? or HDD's are good enough?
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    silverera99 got a reaction from BLKBRDSR71 in hdd vs ssd for storing games   
    haven't quite gamed for a while now. but i wanna ask, do people keep their games on high storage ssd nowadays? or HDD's are good enough?
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    silverera99 got a reaction from Kilrah in Graphics Card (Cooling/VRM) Tier List (Navi Update)   
    i'm just gonna drop it 
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    silverera99 reacted to TVwazhere in are these case fans good? Fractal Design Dynamic X2 GP-12   
    Those are the fans on the Define C, R6 and the Meshify series. 
     
    They're not the greatest fans, but they do their job and they're certainly better than no fan.
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    silverera99 got a reaction from Vejnemojnen in undervolted rtx 2060 am i doing something wrong?   
    not talking about stock voltages here. talking about serious undervolting 
    anyway surprised how gigabyte's engineers released a card with such bad default settings . honestly , running this card with stock settings is really hot and loud
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    silverera99 reacted to Fakmykak in undervolted rtx 2060 am i doing something wrong?   
    Theres no such thing as "Serious Undervolting" on a Nvidia GPU. Everything a Nvidia GPU does is controlled by Boost3.0 algorithm, so you cannot actually control the GPU. You can only tell the GPU how you want it to behave. The only thing you can do is lower the Power Target to prevent it going past like 1.05v.
     
    I'd still recommend you find tune your fan curves, if you want lower temps. Do your fans have a 0 RPM mode? Do they only start spinning at 40 or 60c? Looking at the info you provided, 0.8v at around 1700MHz should not get your GPU to 65-70c. I think your fans might be in some type of default "quiet" mode.
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    silverera99 reacted to Fakmykak in undervolted rtx 2060 am i doing something wrong?   
    That is completely false. A processor does not fail from having too high of clock speed. Heat and current/voltage are the main ways processors are damaged.
     
    Not to even mention Nvidia has their GPU's voltages locked down super hard. You'll never damage your card from running the card on stock voltages, and if it does fail, then it will be covered under warranty.
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    silverera99 reacted to Vejnemojnen in undervolted rtx 2060 am i doing something wrong?   
    Broscience and hearsay urban legends. As long as You don't mess with increased voltages, it should not be an issue. Btw, invidia cards are very restrictive with voltages, so You literally can't go overboard. 
     
    Don't worry, it's totally fine. 
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    silverera99 reacted to Vejnemojnen in undervolted rtx 2060 am i doing something wrong?   
    Great. It will not harm the GPU by any means. And as the effect on bench scores is insignificant, I would not bother with it. Save this UV-d profile and use it : )
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    silverera99 got a reaction from Vejnemojnen in undervolted rtx 2060 am i doing something wrong?   
    edited : why can't i delete a post?
     
     
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    silverera99 got a reaction from Ben17 in Graphics Card (Cooling/VRM) Tier List (Navi Update)   
    what's ''after fix'' cards all about? did the first cards relesead had problems and fix them in the future ones made?
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    silverera99 reacted to Constantin in are these case fans good? (silentiumpc sigma pro 140mm)   
    The best fans for you are the Corsair ML PRO, totally silent and quite fast if needed 
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    silverera99 reacted to WoodenMarker in are these case fans good? (silentiumpc sigma pro 140mm)   
    At 800rpm, they won't provide a lot of airflow but may be fine if your system isn't particularly power hungry or if the case is well ventilated.
    What are your specs and temps? What kind of features are you looking for in a fan?
     
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    silverera99 reacted to Vejnemojnen in are these case fans good? (silentiumpc sigma pro 140mm)   
    Where are you located, shopping from?
    Do you have ID Cooling NO14025K available?
    http://www.idcooling.com/Product/detail/id/26/name/NO-14025K
     
    140mm blades, 120mm fastening, rubber grommets, and even cheaper than the SilentiumPC Sigma Pro (here, it's round 5€)
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    silverera99 reacted to SolarNova in noctua nf-a14 vs nf-a12x25   
    The NF-A12x25 will have better pressure and is quieter than the A14. But less airflow.
    Counter to the usual bigger = quieter, the NF-A12x25 is a newer design.
     
    I bought 8x NF-A12x25 over the holidays and have them installed on my rads. At 1000 RPM they are silent, dead silent. At 1300 u here a very very tiny amount of noise from the motors, at 1500 a bit more, BUT crucially compared to most fans even then at 1500rpm they are much quieter than even some of the quietest competitors.
    I run them at 1000-1300 (idle - 60c), system doesn't get hotter than that during normal day to day use, inc gaming.
     
    For pure airflow, i'd say get the A14's though, they are cheaper after all.
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    silverera99 reacted to GoldenLag in what would you chose between these two?   
    They are roughly the same quality 
     
    But providing its a greylabwl TXM PSU id pick up that.
     
    400 watts is a little too close if you were to upgrade to top tier, high powerdraw Hardware
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    silverera99 reacted to dgsddfgdfhgs in what would you chose between these two?   
    txm has 7 yrs warranty, you will still have a lot of time left with it.
    400w seems a little bit short.
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    silverera99 reacted to GoldenLag in what would you chose between these two?   
    Nope, that PSU there is of decent quality. 
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    silverera99 reacted to dgsddfgdfhgs in what would you chose between these two?   
    I own a tx550m( diy with a dust filter blocking airflow), pretty silent overall. slightly audible when heavy gaming/ stress test.
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