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Elisis

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About Elisis

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System

  • CPU
    7920x @ 4.2 core
  • Motherboard
    EVGA x299 Micro(1)
  • RAM
    G.Skill 2x8GB + 2x8GB Ripjaws V
  • GPU
    Gigabyte 2070S Gaming OC
  • Case
    FD Define C Mini TG
  • Storage
    SX8200 Pro 1TB
  • PSU
    TX850M
  • Display(s)
    ViewSonic VX2758-2KP-MHD
  • Cooling
    Noctua D15S
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy FPS
  • Mouse
    Corsair Saber RGB
  • Sound
    Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 250Ohm, Steinberg UR22-C, my homemade amplifier

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  1. There're a couple of logical fallacies in this statement. A) both Corsair and Seasonic have terrible units B) Recommending just two brands is kind of a terrible thing to, as these two brands aren't the only two capable of selling good units.
  2. You are not getting 1.35v. You are getting 1.3v max on ambient unless you have a (very good) full loop, and more likely you'll be stuck at 1.2v if you have bad enough fortune as to be running air on x299. 4x8GB. If you're not OCing mem, what's even the point of buying into the platform.
  3. This doesn't actually mean anything as a) it's anecdotal evidence and b) measuring from the wall outlet in general is a shitty way to measure power use, and isn't effective at catching power spikes when you consider the devices that are sold for this use anyway.
  4. How is Straight Power 11 average in any way? Hell did you get this idea from
  5. They didn't say CX. They said CXm. And no, they are not the same thing.
  6. Have fun with a dying CPU then Attempting to overclock 3600 is pointless, and I heavily doubt you're stable at that 4.6GHz regardless.
  7. 1. That's why you do research like a good little PC enthusiast 2. No. The PSU will dissipate the same percentage of system power give or take a percent or two at high load the majority of the time. Barely any PSUs stay cool passively with 80% consumption, and those that do are so overbuilt, so what are you on about? Wattage degradation is simply not a concern if you're running your PSU for less than 15 years, which is a pretty damn safe assumption.
  8. I didn't. All I did was infer that using anecdotal evidence will inevitably end up with people being misled. That's how it works.
  9. Better this than ending up misleading people with your shoddy 'evidence'.
  10. Unfortunately anecdotal evidence is meaningless, so providing such an example is quite useless.
  11. That's an incredibly outdated/horrible case. h510 is decidedly better.
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