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Mupik

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  1. Hi, about 2-3 days ago I started noticing a noise which doesn’t go away appearing after a few minutes of booting up my pc, I’ve checked my fans and gpu and know for sure it’s my AIO, I’m wondering if anyone could suggest how to possibly fix this, not sure if it could be air bubbles, the noise is exactly the same even if I shake the case a little or tap on the pump many times. The noise can be heard with the case closed and even with my headphones on, on my bed a couple meters away. Added a video of the noise. V IMG_2929.MP4
  2. Hey, I'm currently running an i7 8700(non k), all other specs will be sufficient, I am considering a 3070 from a 2060, I am looking for an answer, not suggestions for lower gpus, will the 3070 bottleneck the 8700?
  3. CPU: i7 8700. CPU Cooler: Corsair H100X. GPU: RTX 2060 Zotac. MOBO: Asrock B365m Pro4. RAM: 2x8GB 3000mhz Corsair Vengeance. PSU: 500W. Case: GameMax Abyss Mini. (Infinity mirror) Upcoming upgrades!: New GPU: Most likely RTX 3070 (Ampere release) or 2080 super. (Lower prices) + New PSU: 650W Corsair.

  4. Hi, I am considering upgrading a decent bit from a 2060, I am a little unsure if I should stick with the RTX side or go for a used 1080ti, I know the spec differences and most benchmark numbers but I'm just looking for some opinions, price isn't much of a matter to me right now. (Maybe ops on which one would hold up for longer/better optimisations etc)
  5. I would strongly recommend switching to 144hz, in the current market the prices are getting lower so it wouldn’t be a bad investment, general tasks and mouse aim in games such as csgo will feel more responsive. 1ms response time is a must have on a 144hz. Also with a 2060 most games would definitely run higher than 60fps.
  6. Hey so this might sound like a dumb question but, I have a pretty decent power supply but it’s silver and a side of it sticks out like a sore thumb in my black case, last night I covered it’s side with some strips of electrical tape to cover the exposed part, would this be of any harm to the power supply due to static electricity? I know that the tape is against conduction.
  7. I have a very similar nut in length and width as the standoffs, I can use as a helper for just a little bit more pressure, ty for the help though.
  8. Hi, I purchased a H100x off a friend pretty much brand new and have been setting everything up and up until now I noticed that I’m missing 1 standoff for the cpu bracket, the picture below shows, is this risky? And could there be a best possible combination?
  9. I use 2 monitors, I have tried to run it in the background on both, it is still causing lag spikes
  10. i7 8700 RTX 2060 16GB 3000mhz 1tb sshd 500gb ssd
  11. I have recently gotten into streaming, I use OBS Studio and a Canon EOS 750D DSLR camera for a webcam, I have learned how to use the EOS utility software for a window preview that is then used for OBS as a webcam (Connected via USB), the problem is, you have to keep the preview tab open at all times (1920x1280) which gives me a big amount of lag spikes in any game, I have very capable hardware yet it is still an issue, (I ran the games without the preview on and I get a smooth gameplay.) Is there any way to use the camera as an actual webcam input?
  12. Hi, I am not too educated in drivers and stuff so I need a little help, I am looking to upgrade my GTX 950 with an RTX 2060, I currently have the newest nvidia drivers installed and I'd like to sell off this gpu, do I need uninstall the nvidia drivers before taking it out and selling it on? and will the new card work instantly when put inside? Thanks.
  13. The model is: PS-7501-5 I have already been using it for about 2 years and never had a problem.
  14. Everything will work well, although I would recommend perhaps changing the gpu to an rx 570 or even a used rx 580 to lower the budget hugely, this would help towards changing the cpu as a r3 1200 would definitely bottleneck the gpu, maybe a r3 2200g.
  15. Hi, I have recently found a good deal on a 'Palit RTX 2060 Super' gpu, it is using a board which uses a 215 TDP and recommends a minimum 550w psu. I have a LITEON 500w 80+ Bronze psu and am unsure if it really is necessary for the 50w more psu upgrade. My other pc specs (if it matters towards total wattage required): - i7 8700 - 16gb 2667mhz - Asrock B365M pro4 - 1TB seagate SSHD + 500gb 970 evo m.2 - 3 x 120mm fans
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