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GamerTrem

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    GamerTrem got a reaction from wall03 in Second PC for Streaming/Minecraft Server   
    Thanks, I knew it wouldn't need to be too powerful, but was looking for a more solid answer since I've never built my own "server" specific PC.
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    GamerTrem reacted to RAM555789 in Second PC for Streaming/Minecraft Server   
    Should be able to run the server, play as a client, and stream all at once on your current PC. Your cap might be your upload speeds. If you test it out and people connecting to your server end up with high ping you'll have to look into renting with a server host.
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    GamerTrem reacted to wall03 in Second PC for Streaming/Minecraft Server   
    10 people? Heavy mods?
     
    I would get 16GB for that.
     
    Maybe more in the future with 20 ppl 24GB at most.
     
    not speaking from experience. Just estimate.
     
    3300x for CPU. SSD maybe 256GB you aren't storing photos or anything. GPU maybe RX 480 as MC is more CPU then GPU
    what games do you play? You know what? Just get a better Internet
     
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    GamerTrem reacted to GDRRiley in Second PC for Streaming/Minecraft Server   
    you like just need to change how you stream. use the hardware encoders over using CPU power.
    as for the MC server. 16gb of ram and a 3300x (after high clocks and good single core) on an SSD would do fine
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    GamerTrem reacted to LIGISTX in Second PC for Streaming/Minecraft Server   
    Depending how many people you want to host, I think a 3900x alone is pretty solid lol.
     
    But, regardless, no need for a GPU. I am sure many folks will chime in with better info than I have. But regardless, I would just stream from your PC directly. Just easier, cleaner, less headache. You have plenty of power to stream and game with no issues.
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    GamerTrem reacted to Juular in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    It's not the display since
    Looks like display buffer corruption. It's most likely either the issue with GPU VRAM \ memory controller or power delivery (GPU VRM or PSU). What's your PSU ? Or maybe the issue with general RAM \ memory controller, i'm not really sure where Windows stores display buffer exactly.
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    GamerTrem reacted to Juular in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    Does problem go away if you use iGPU or some other dGPU ?
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    GamerTrem reacted to Juular in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    You're out of luck then. Does this GPU behave normal in 3D apps ? Like, are there any corrupted textures or polygons sticking out randomly ?
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    GamerTrem reacted to Juular in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    Like they only persist only for some time after reboot or what ?
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    GamerTrem reacted to Juular in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    Do you have OC on the GPU ? Reset it if you do, or try to lower VRAM frequency to minimal value to see if it helps.
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    GamerTrem reacted to Juular in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    Yep, do it. If it helps then it's just particularly unlucky unit you got. Either way i'd RMA it or at least contact Gigabyte support.
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    GamerTrem reacted to Sorenson in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    That looks like the panel is starting to go to me. 
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    GamerTrem reacted to NotSoEpicMods in Monitor, Cable, or GPU?   
    Did you try a DDU in safe mode to uninstall the driver and reinstall the latest driver from nvidia?
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    GamerTrem reacted to Deuteronomy93 in Coolant Hotter than CPU   
    I don't use this software apart from HWinfo but if your coolant sensor is after your CPU and before the radiator then yes it will report as being hotter.
     
    When I was watercooling (moved continents and have to use laptop for now) I honestly didn't pay much attention to the liquid heat, only to individual component heat readings. I typically found that reports from hardware manufacturers than ventured into software with their AIOs (examples below) etc were extremely poor at providing accurate information.
     
    EVGA I assume would've been better considering they have experience of MOBO+GPU software (I've never actually owned anything EVGA so don't have firsthand experience) but others say they aren't great, neither are Corsair, NZXT etc.
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    GamerTrem reacted to SpaceGhostC2C in Coolant Hotter than CPU   
    LOL, I doubt EVGA's sensor is that precise, wouldn't pay too much attention to such difference.
    Realistically, these are the temps that matter, so if you get reasonable measurements under load you need not to worry further.
    I remember AMD's sensors in Bulldozer & co CPUs reporting ridiculous idle temps (like 7°C in a 20°C room), because their builtin sensor specs made them useless below 30°C-40°C. Under load you would start to get reasonable readings.
     
     
    They are all hooking up to the same driver for the CPU's sensor, so they just get the same reading. I'm assuming only EVGA's software shows the liquid temperature, though, so no way to cross-validate?
     
    He's using Ryzen, so he only has one CPU temp ("package"), "Core" temps will just all be copy-pastes from that number.
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    GamerTrem reacted to DoctorNick in Coolant Hotter than CPU   
    Check CPU temp in HWinfo64
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    GamerTrem reacted to Streetguru in Coolant Hotter than CPU   
    What do you need the software for exactly? Pretty much all software like it is terrible.

    Most likely just ignore it and control your fans/pump from your motherboard.

    Temp probe inside it, or it's reporting is just bugged.

    Check Ryzen Master for actual CPU temps.
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    GamerTrem reacted to Uptivuptiz in Coolant Hotter than CPU   
    EVGA's software isn't know to be the most stable and consistant. My guess is that the software is just reading things wrong. In any case, if the software is only a couple of degrees off it doesn't really matter IMO.
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    GamerTrem got a reaction from amdorintel in Folding Month 2019 - Help Medical Research with your PC!   
    I'll sign up as soon as I'm home!
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    GamerTrem got a reaction from barondeau in Folding Month 2019 - Help Medical Research with your PC!   
    I'll sign up as soon as I'm home!
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    GamerTrem got a reaction from BiG StroOnZ in ASRock X570 Taichi Sound and Heat   
    Its nice that some people don't have this issue, unfortunately I do. Which is why I'm here looking for help, not articles of others who don't have issues. My card is not blocking the chipset fan, I have 140mm fans blowing fresh cool air into the case, all fans are working correctly, all parts are working correctly, but the fan on the chipset is loud. Thats what I'm trying to fix, so I can stream and record without horrible background noise caused by the fan on the motherboard spinning up to cool it. Its possible that I have a wonky board. If thats the case I'll probably find out the hard way over the next few days. Again, I'll keep searching for alternatives and see if I can get ASRock to respond for tech support.
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    GamerTrem reacted to WoodenMarker in Silenx Fans???   
    From what I've read, they had some popular 38mm fans back in the day but their 25mm fans aren't nearly as good. Most info I find on them are forum posts regarding them as bad and far from quiet. Specific in-depth fan reviews are hard to find. 
    Which posts are you referring to?
    SilentX's reputation went pretty downhill after a rep was caught shilling on the SPCR forums. http://www.silentpcreview.com/article739-page3.html#silenx
    I think I've had some SilenX's in my collection at some point but not any more. If I'm remembering correctly, they weren't extremely quiet. 
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    GamerTrem reacted to LukeSavenije in [OLD] PSU Tier List 3.0 (Legacy)   
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    GamerTrem reacted to Stefan Payne in [OLD] PSU Tier List 3.0 (Legacy)   
    Its a bit of both.
    Its tickering that is rather annoying and caused many complaints.

    I have a similar Hong Hua Fan in a Chieftec Power Smart (750W), HA1425M12S-Z, 12V/0,36A...
    Fan also spins with only 350rpm, if it had a good motor (or motor IC), I'd say its a silent insider tipp...
     
    ...and is overall the better unit by a long shot...
     
    Agreed.
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    GamerTrem reacted to Ankerson in [OLD] PSU Tier List 3.0 (Legacy)   
    Don't really need 750W.
     
    If that's what you want fine, but 650W is plenty and with still enough headroom for OCing etc.
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