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Aristotle2019

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About Aristotle2019

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  • Birthday Nov 26, 2003

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    Kolkata, India
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    Computers, Middle Earth, Star Wars, and tiny houses ?
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    Student

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  1. @Intergalacticbits I'm pretty sure they won't fit in my budget ? I know those, Lian Li is making those while InWin already has them. Can be Daisy chained. JayzTwoCents has used them a lot in his builds.
  2. @paddy-stone @PopsicleHustler So connect 4 AiO fans in exhaust to same CPU fan header and 3 front intake fans to one system fan header and 1 exhaust rear fan to the other fan header ? Seem legit. Thanks for all your help !
  3. So, the CPU has a 360 mm radiator AiO (Asus LC360) up top of the case (Nzxt h710) and additional 3 pwm noctua fans in the front and one more at the back, all 120mm. The motherboard is the Strix X570-E, the AiO pump connection is understood, how do I connect the 3fans of AiO rad and 4 other fans to the mobo? It has 2 chassis fan connectors and 1 CPU fan connected and one CPU_OPT fan connector. Also, do fans require separate connection for power and PWM control ? If yes,how to power them and enable PWM control ?
  4. Hey, eGPU is not entirely that great an option. I recently heard in an LTT video thunderbolt 3 would merge in with USB 4. And I'm like - then why do we need TB3? Anyhow, to take full advantage of an external GPU, you will need to shell out at least 200$ for an eGPU enclosure, and even more to have additional USB ports or a larger power supply on it. https://www.windowscentral.com/best-egpu-enclosures?amp Check this list out. I would suggest him to opt for the Gigabyte Aorus RTX 2070 Gaming box for 650$ (other options don't include the graphics card, only the enclosure — so in
  5. Yes Newegg takes price on taxes and shipping it's essentially almost the same with local prices if u have a local option with minor differences (with taxes and shipping included)
  6. U can save more by opting for a non RGB AiO or a 240mm AiO instead of the 280mm I gave. You can also reduce storage to 512gb but M.2 only. U can also reduce RAM to 16GB (I only have 32GB because Star wars Jedi Fallen Order recommends it)
  7. So u can go for CPU: Ryzen 7 3800X (3700X is not even adding to the cart for some reason) for 329.99 USD (3700X goes for 299 USD, if you can get it) Motherboard: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite for 169.99USD (the wifi version goes for 209 USD but the price difference is not justified, you can get a WiFi adapter for less than 20 dollars, even less than 10) Graphics Card: Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 Super Gaming OC (triple fan cooler) goes for 719.99 USD Storage: Samsung 970 EVO 1TB for 149.99 USD RAM: G.Skill TridentZ Neo 32GB (2×16GB) 3600MHz CL16 for 169.99USD Case
  8. In that case, I've often heard Alienware doesn't give the best cooling. It really heats up, and "screams" just as the CyberPower review says too. I suggest you immediately look into a PC build guide - It will take a moment for any of the vast majority of members here at this forum to immediately suggest a full PC build plan for your budget, which you may specify or we can take the prices of those two PCs as the limit. The CyberPower review says that if you add a couple fans, it will increase cooling and reduce notice, so you can go down that way - it's ok, no one h
  9. I don't know how much wattage your AMD FX processor will draw, but I'm sure that no current single consumer CPU+ single consumer GPU system will need more than 650W, if you over clock or add SLI, no more than 1000W. And your specs aren't that high (these numbers are for an i9 and 2080Ti). So, yes 1300W is more than enough. Get that Phanteks power splitter.
  10. Hey, nice to see a fellow Indian here. I would not suggest a dual triple monitor. The cost increases which is not suitable for having bezels in between. Even if they are thin. However, if your experience with them says you don't mind it, I wouldn't say anything. I would ask you to update me with prices on these monitors, as they are the same product from different companies. 1920×1080, VA, 144Hz, 1ms response time, FreeSync so perfect for a 5700XT. There are multiple sites like PrimeABGB, MD computers, Vedant computers for buying components. I'm going to provide links from MD computers a
  11. It shouldn't be a problem. I think G-Sync settings in the Nvidia control panel can be modified for one monitor or both or if u face trouble u can choose G-Sync for windowed mode in the G-Sync panel and max out the window size if you feel it isn't as immersive as full screen mode. I would suggest asking more expertise from @TVwazhere All the best!
  12. Just out of curiosity, will a dual 120mm rad equipped RTX 2080Ti from EVGA - this one : https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-2589-KR OR A triple slot built in AiO 2080 Ti from Asus https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/ROG-MATRIX-RTX2080TI-P11G-GAMING/ Will either of these cards (with the radiator of the Hybrid Kingpin card in the bottom rad mount?) fill in the triple PCIe slots of the Ncase M1 Rev 6? (Just out of curiosity)
  13. Buy all components now on sale - saves money in expensive CPU and motherboards, except GPU and buy the new 5900XT/3080Ti when it comes out . For the meantime , use the 2070Super, or just a 2070 or maybe 2060 Super. Turn down the settings. Or use your older 1080 ultrawide for the meantime but buy the the super ultrawide on sale. And the games. Might be a while until u can take full advantage of a game. But patience is gold. This is what I would do.
  14. This build is great! I would suggest you use an RTX 2070 or 2070 Super which I hope fits in that same price of the 5700XT.
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