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About Shooterdude34

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  • Birthday Apr 01, 2002

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Profile Information

  • Location
    United States
  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Interests
    Woodworking, Cars, Computers, Tv Production, Music
  • Biography
    Currently learning to play guitar, going to college to become an IT Technician
  • Occupation
    Grinding and Deburring at Prince Industries


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700x @4.2 ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte x470 aorus ultra gaming
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance ddr4 3000mhz (OC to 3200)
  • GPU
    MSI Ventus XS OC GTX 1660ti
  • Case
    Lian-Li O11 Dynamic Razer edition
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 evo 500gb, seagate barracuda 750gb hdd, Crucial P2 500gb
  • PSU
    Corsair CX650 650 watt
  • Display(s)
    Dell P2715Q 27" 4K, Asus VG24V 24" 1080p 144hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair h100i 240mm aio
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Lite Stormtrooper Edition
  • Mouse
    Razer Atheris Stormtrooper Edition
  • Sound
    Hyperx Cloud Stinger 7.1
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 home
  • Laptop
    HP Pavilion 15z-cw100
  • Phone
    Iphone 12
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  1. Do you want your budget to stretch to include peripherals? also do you have a preference of amd or intel?
  2. Hi, so a friend of mine in a discord server recently had his power supply crap out. after a week of disuse he was able to replace the power supply but his asus motherboard kept restarting due to surge protection. i was wondering if there was anything i could tell him to try to fix it or any sort of reasoning as to why its happening any help is appreciated
  3. my lower temps was also probably because of it pulling fresh air before and not so much now with the different mounting location
  4. thanks for the help! and yeah ive heard these pumps go bad
  5. Yeah with just the cpu running at full load it was steady at 68 degrees, with the side panels on and gpu at full load as well im steady at 70.6 degrees at 4.2 ghz. mustve been a mix of too little thermal paste, bad mount, and sensors not reading right.
  6. you said that it was really good temps for my cpu right? i went and checked the mount and i could still keep screwing, it eventually bottomed out. im running a furmark cpu burner and it jumped from 45 idle (avg, it was bouncing around) and it went up to 69.3, then slowly dropped to 68 and has held steady at 68. i wonder if the little amount of thermal paste at the beginning made the temp sensors act wierd
  7. yep its as tight as i can go, which is how the instructions say to do it
  8. i could hear water moving as the pump started, when i pulled the pump off i noticed there was very little paste, so i reapplied it but it still goes up to 70 under load, and jumps from 35-60 at idle
  9. thats possible, im just not sure how to fix that
  10. i did switch to a coolermaster hyper 212 black edition that would hold the cpu at about the same temps as the aio, i just prefer the cleaner look that the aio brings. i can feel the pump working when i turn it on so i doubt the pump is dead
  11. i do have all but one fan mounting spot occupied by a fan, in a bottom to top airflow config, so im moving a lot of air. the reason i had it on the side was so that the cpu was pulling fresh air, but the temps were jumping around with no side panels on so it shouldve been getting just as fresh of air
  12. this was under a furmark cpu burner, and in a cinebench run. in gaming i sit at like 56 degrees. when moving the aio around i never removed the block and ive only had this cooler for like 3-4 months at the most. i wouldve expected it to last longer honestly
  13. Hi, so when i first bought the aio, i had installed it with the tubes at the top (on the vertical mounting position in a Lian Li o11 dynamic). recently i watched a video from GN saying that was a bad idea due to bubbles, so today i flipped it tube side down (on the rad). after doing to i noticed that my cpu temp kept jumping from 49-70 degrees at idle, and realized the tubes were lower than the block. i then put the rad on the top of my case but still saw the same issue. everything is plugged in and should be working, so im really confused by the wierd temps. before when the tubes were at
  14. Budget (including currency): roughly 500-600 max Country: USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Rainbow Six Siege, Satisfactory, Apex Legends, CS:GO, 4k video watching, CAD (or similar 3d modeling software), 3d printing slicing software Other details Current Build - Ryzen 7 2700x (oc 4.2ghz) - MSI ventus xs oc edition gtx 1660ti - 16 gb 3000 mhz ram (oc 3200) - Gigabyte x470 aorus ultra mobo - samsung 860 evo 500gb - maxtor 500gb hdd - Corsair h110i 240mm aio Playing on a 24" 144 hz 1080p monitor and watching vi
  15. My current setup -Ryzen 7 2700x -Msi GTX 1660ti ventus oc edition -27" 4k 60hz monitor -23" 1080p 60hz monitor Im getting a new 24" 1080p 144hz monitor and im wondering if i need to upgrade my card so that i can hit those higher framerates. The games i play are Rainbow six siege (150-200 avg fps), battlefield 4 (150fps avg), Borderlands 3 (60fps avg), Borderlands 2 (unknown fps), Minecraft (150fps) The new monitor has AMD FreeSync, but not G-Sync. Im wondering if i should pick up a slightly higher end amd card to a) gain more graphical horsepower and