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  1. That would probably make sense since its not as loud as before but still louder just the fact that it got extremely loud at first made me think something went wrong, but your probably right thank you
  2. my theory is that the psu is just outputting more power because of the new ram or just isnt use to it yet but i have no idea what im talking about
  3. I installed Ram yesterday and replaced my old ram, put then ew ram in the same slot etc made sure it was in, turned pc on and i get greeted with a loud vrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm from my psu so as probably anyone would i panicked waited for it to boot and then shut down, after i turned it back on everything was fine. I have now turned it on today and my psu isnt as loud but louder than it was before i installed the new memory. System is b450 tomahawk, Corsair Vengeance 32gb 3000mhz Ram, cpu r5 3600, gpu rtx 2060 supe
  4. So i just upgraded my new gpu and really didnt want to take out the psu and reinstall all the other cables so i as you can imagine i had a hard time getting the pcie cable in to the powersupply because of my shear laziness. I didnt hear anything click but as far as i can tell its in there and ive nudged it a bit to see if it would fall out but its firmly in there as far as i can tell, its the right way up i was jst wondering worst case circumstances if the cable isnt in correctly what could happen?
  5. Ive seen the gigabyte model 3 fan selling for a good price now 320 pounds, but i am debating on whether to buy it now since im aware amd may release/announce there next gen gpu's somewhere in march (probably) and im happy to spare some more cash to buy the said new gpu's (around the 400 pounds range). Thoughts? System specs: cpu ryzen 3600 gpu 1050ti (definitely needs an upgrade lol) psu:550watt corsair Txm Ram:16gb 3000mhz monitor is 4k 60hz second is 1080p 144hz and then the cooler storage etc...
  6. I have a nzxt h500 and i was wondering if the 5700xt gigabyte 3 fan model will fit in the case? https://www.overclockers.co.uk/gigabyte-radeon-rx-5700-xt-gaming-oc-8gb-gddr6-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-1b9-gi.html
  7. So ive decided that i want to upgrade the stock cooler for the 3600 to an aio however i was wondering how i should go about cleaning the thermal paste off like should i do it in the case which is waht i was considering but then i thought what if i was to damage the pin for putting to much pressure with the alcoholic wipes and how i can stop the cpu sticking to the fan/coming off with it?
  8. thanks for the help, i dont think its anything its very quiet but still noticeable ive saved everything important to one drive just in case
  9. it sounds like a woodpecker lightly hitting something, it might just be normal and noise i haven't heard because its very suttle
  10. So when im rendering my cpu at 100% hits 83 degrees is this fine it lasts about 30 seconds to a min Cpu is ryzen 5 3600 stock cooler
  11. I can afford to wait for the 30 series or i could buy a 2070 super now, mostly going to want to use it for 3d modelling/sculpting as well as gaming Reason is i think the 30 series will have like alright frames for ray tracing. I use a 4k monitor 60hz but game at 1440p.
  12. yes but i would bet that nividia has a 30 series in the works/ready to release plus consoles(ps5) are on the way as well near november so who knows really but im pretty sure there will be and if there isnt ill have even more to spend on like a 2070 s or 2080
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