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Dean.P.

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    Dean.P. got a reaction from OCNewbee in Fan blowing on gpu or out from the gpu   
    I am yet to purchase the final fan horizontal, however, I feel that this is the best setup for my 2080ti. The horizontal fans blow into the intake and the ones lined vertical draw out of the case. All of these fans reduce temps by about 10C and virtually add no additional noise. 
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Ben17 in Warning to Asus X570 owners, AGESA 1.0.0.4 has almost killed my PC!!!   
    at least for the crosshair hero viii this did nothing for me
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Alan272 in is 850W psu IS ENOUGHT FOR RTX 2080 SUPER AND RYZEN 3700X   
    I have a 2080ti with a 3900x on 850W, you'll be fine...
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from datkern in Replacing 2080Ti FTW3 fans w/ Noctua   
    I use a Meshify C as well, I have 3 Noctuas out front, 2 industrial 140mm and a 120mm at the bottom
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from datkern in Replacing 2080Ti FTW3 fans w/ Noctua   
    I bought this exact one, it does only allow 120 or 92mm fans though:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Evercool-PB-01-slot-bracket-120mm/dp/B0737L7HX5
    I personally can't fit a 120mm due to my side fans exhausting, also I would be cautious going much bigger then 92mm due to case fitment also you will be blowing the hot exhausted air up towards the CPU which isn't the best in my case especially since I have a dual tower air cooler.
    At the time I had considered this due to it being cheaper:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gelid-Slot-Holder-slim-120mm/dp/B00OAPH76Q/ref=pd_sbs_147_t_0/262-5302212-6037964?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00OAPH76Q&pd_rd_r=4ab50147-033c-4d26-b06a-da69f1dad299&pd_rd_w=PPnLE&pd_rd_wg=1bSFB&pf_rd_p=e44592b5-e56d-44c2-a4f9-dbdc09b29395&pf_rd_r=2D5X1CMG47J8JWBEHDQ8&psc=1&refRID=2D5X1CMG47J8JWBEHDQ8
    but then I was like nah lets go full Noctua 
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from datkern in Replacing 2080Ti FTW3 fans w/ Noctua   
    Maybe do what I did (I now have three fitted), noise is reduce thermals keep to 60C max overclocked. 
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Ben17 in i think my 5700XT is overheating   
    sounds like coil whine, maybe RMA just in case it was Amazon they'll accept anything back for replacement
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Cedrick Mapa in GPU Upgrade?   
    CPU can easily handle the upgrade, I'd personally get the 2070 super for that extra performance jump and overclock it to the max and then you'll be right on the limit of what your system can handle cpu wise and psu wise 
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Envit0 in Geforce RTX 2080 Super/GTA5+Witcher 3   
    i'm going to say no, you'll definitely get 60fps+ but I don't think you reach 120-140fps on max with 1440
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from GekkePietert in Grounded PSU   
    This, I'm pretty sure it is the case being grounded and the guy is carrying a static charge.
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Ben17 in High quality fan controller for a ton of fans? Recommendations please   
    6 fans, it's powered through sata, i'm running 10 with splitters. It also includes thermal probes which are fun to look at. Warning note about the Commander Pro, it does not work with Hardware Info installed, it literally shits itself. Aside from that I would personally recommend it, one massive benefit it has is that you can set fan curves to more then just CPU temps, I have some for GPU temps and my actual CPU fans are set to CPU package temps. 
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from MartinKweh in Fan blowing on gpu or out from the gpu   
    I am yet to purchase the final fan horizontal, however, I feel that this is the best setup for my 2080ti. The horizontal fans blow into the intake and the ones lined vertical draw out of the case. All of these fans reduce temps by about 10C and virtually add no additional noise. 
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from jones177 in Best bang for the buck RTX 2080ti under $1600.   
    Yeah it really depends on the mounting I suppose, also the more heat being produced the more effective the LM should be due to its higher heat transfer
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Lurick in Warning to Asus X570 owners, AGESA 1.0.0.4 has almost killed my PC!!!   
    at least for the crosshair hero viii this did nothing for me
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Dale L in waterblock compatibility for MSI RTX 2080ti Ventus GP Eition   
    I would use this on mine if I had the money:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Alphacool-11744-Eiswolf-Nvidia-Geforce/dp/B07YDQVNCZ/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=rtx+2080ti+aio&qid=1573198480&sr=8-3
    In terms of waterblock compatibility that car uses a reference pcb so any block or kit made for the founders will work
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from j1mgg in Mechanical Keyboard + Mouse Choice   
    Dude I absolutely love the keyboard, I made my father get one too! Regarding the mouse I haven't actually got a new one yet i kept with my old tracknet mouse for the time being. I think i'll look to get a steelseries mouse for continuity.  
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from seon123 in Mechanical Keyboard + Mouse Choice   
    Just took delivery of the Apex Pro and so far it is a thing of beauty, very happy!
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from nox_ in Mechanical Keyboard + Mouse Choice   
    Just took delivery of the Apex Pro and so far it is a thing of beauty, very happy!
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from Exaco in Need help with Airflow setup.   
    That is a lot of GPU sag there!
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from szym3k in Case for £100   
    I just bought the Fractal Design Meshify C for £79.99 on Amazon, can't speak for the other cases but I HIGHLY recommend it. It has staggeringly good reviews across the internet and the airflow is superb! Check on Amazon, Ebuyer or Box for the best deals. Just a heads up though I accidentally ordered the one without the tempered glass and had to quickly cancel my order so be careful what variant you want/ order.
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from grss1982 in Windows 7 to Windows 10   
    Cheers mate!
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    Dean.P. reacted to porina in RAM OC Potential   
    Make sure you're on latest bios, with at least AGESA Combo-AM4 1.0.0.3 as they continue to tweak the memory compatibility. 
     
    At a simple level, you could increase clocks and slacken timings and see how far you get just doing that.
     
    At a not so simple level, download Thaiphoon Burner and use that to find out what chips are in your ram module. It is good info and may be used to feed the calculator below. http://www.softnology.biz/files.html
     
    Download Ryzen Memory Calculator, and use that as a starting point for your tinkering. Don't take the values for granted, you may need to adapt. In my play with Samsung B-die, I had to use more voltage than it recommended and also slack tRFC to get rid of errors during stability testing.
    https://www.techpowerup.com/download/ryzen-dram-calculator/
     
    And good luck... ram OC is still full of uncertainty. Do test stability as ram errors have a much higher chance of silent data corruption than a CPU overclock does.
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    Dean.P. reacted to Constantin in RAM OC Potential   
    I have the same memory, i set it to 3500Mhz without setting anything else
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    Dean.P. got a reaction from xg32 in Is this 2080ti deal too good?   
    Thanks man that's kind of what I was hoping to hear!
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    Dean.P. reacted to Zando Bob in Is this 2080ti deal too good?   
    I've got 4 iPPC 2000RPMs, NF-F12s. Actually building a custom loop soon using them, I have a waterblock for my RVII and some other parts coming. I've ran them for a while on my X58 test bench (X58 classy/X5670/23GB DDR3/Heatkiller IV block and a 360mm rad), and for a bit as intake fans on my case, they're awesome. Have some little 40mm baby fans for chipset/VRM heatsinks and such, then two Chromax fans and the stock fan for my NH-D15S. 
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