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Plermpel

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  1. Agree
    Plermpel reacted to Kilrah in I need help for connectivity for dvi at 144hz   
    And the GPU needs to actually have a dual link output.
  2. Agree
    Plermpel reacted to bellabichon in Ryzen 7 3700x getting hot.   
    That's honestly not super unexpected for a 3700X on the stock cooler, but you might be able to improve temps a bit by adding some airflow. What is your current case fan configuration?
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    Plermpel got a reaction from Deli in How much L/H do I need for a custom loop   
    Both Pumps are originally designed by the German industrial pump manufacturer LAING, and mostly just rebranded they come from hungary these days.
    The D5 is the higher flow rate lower preasure variant.
    The DDC is the lower flow rate high preasure varaint.
    Some tests accually show that a CPU and GPU block with a Rad in series is enough that the DDC has a higher flow rate from 0-100% Speed.
    The DDC runs a bit hotter and a bit louder but that isn't a Problem at all. The original DDC 1T+ (PWM) in my system is deadly silent running at 30% speed most of the time up to 100% under full load but then the fans also ramp up and are again louder than the pump. I had a D5 rebranded by EK in my system once (2x Rad, GPU, CPU) and the DDC gained me about 1,5°C better Temps under full load on the CPU and almost 3°C on the GPU.
     
    Also the tubes are just related to the fittings no matter what thread, you got G1/4" Fittings for 16mm Tube on your list that's fine.
    I personally think more than 12mm tubing is just for looks because the inside of a G1/4" fitting can't really exceed 10mm anyways, so tubes bigger than 12x10 are technically just unnessary volume.
  4. Informative
    Plermpel got a reaction from DoctorNick in How much L/H do I need for a custom loop   
    Both Pumps are originally designed by the German industrial pump manufacturer LAING, and mostly just rebranded they come from hungary these days.
    The D5 is the higher flow rate lower preasure variant.
    The DDC is the lower flow rate high preasure varaint.
    Some tests accually show that a CPU and GPU block with a Rad in series is enough that the DDC has a higher flow rate from 0-100% Speed.
    The DDC runs a bit hotter and a bit louder but that isn't a Problem at all. The original DDC 1T+ (PWM) in my system is deadly silent running at 30% speed most of the time up to 100% under full load but then the fans also ramp up and are again louder than the pump. I had a D5 rebranded by EK in my system once (2x Rad, GPU, CPU) and the DDC gained me about 1,5°C better Temps under full load on the CPU and almost 3°C on the GPU.
     
    Also the tubes are just related to the fittings no matter what thread, you got G1/4" Fittings for 16mm Tube on your list that's fine.
    I personally think more than 12mm tubing is just for looks because the inside of a G1/4" fitting can't really exceed 10mm anyways, so tubes bigger than 12x10 are technically just unnessary volume.
  5. Informative
    Plermpel got a reaction from vleds123 in How much L/H do I need for a custom loop   
    Both Pumps are originally designed by the German industrial pump manufacturer LAING, and mostly just rebranded they come from hungary these days.
    The D5 is the higher flow rate lower preasure variant.
    The DDC is the lower flow rate high preasure varaint.
    Some tests accually show that a CPU and GPU block with a Rad in series is enough that the DDC has a higher flow rate from 0-100% Speed.
    The DDC runs a bit hotter and a bit louder but that isn't a Problem at all. The original DDC 1T+ (PWM) in my system is deadly silent running at 30% speed most of the time up to 100% under full load but then the fans also ramp up and are again louder than the pump. I had a D5 rebranded by EK in my system once (2x Rad, GPU, CPU) and the DDC gained me about 1,5°C better Temps under full load on the CPU and almost 3°C on the GPU.
     
    Also the tubes are just related to the fittings no matter what thread, you got G1/4" Fittings for 16mm Tube on your list that's fine.
    I personally think more than 12mm tubing is just for looks because the inside of a G1/4" fitting can't really exceed 10mm anyways, so tubes bigger than 12x10 are technically just unnessary volume.
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    Plermpel got a reaction from Ashley xD in how old is your pc?   
    I have a Core2Quad q9550 that's still in use as a HTPC.  But the main machines for me and my girlfriend are Ryzen 3700X and Ryzen 5950X currently waiting for the CPU to arrive. 🥶
    Also horting all my old hardware from a C64 over Atari SD old Atholn, old Core2Due, old pentium up to my FX8350 wich was still in use a few weeks ago 😄
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    Plermpel got a reaction from Orange1 in how old is your pc?   
    I have a Core2Quad q9550 that's still in use as a HTPC.  But the main machines for me and my girlfriend are Ryzen 3700X and Ryzen 5950X currently waiting for the CPU to arrive. 🥶
    Also horting all my old hardware from a C64 over Atari SD old Atholn, old Core2Due, old pentium up to my FX8350 wich was still in use a few weeks ago 😄
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    Plermpel got a reaction from King_III in PC won't turn on, motherboard sleep light flashes on then off   
    How should your PC turn on without a cpu?
    At least wehen your USB works you know that there isn't a short anywhere.
    There is probably a CPU fault light anywhere on the mainboard, which is on permanently? Also if you hook up a speaker to the mainboard you will get a POST Error Code.
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    Plermpel reacted to GoodEnough in Ryzen 5 5600X Build 3.0   
    i would get this for a motherboard instead - https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-TUF-X570-Plus-Motherboard-Lighting/dp/B07SXF8GY3
     
    and if your going to get a zen 3 cpu i would also get a rdna 2 gpu as well.

    also, you could probably go the extra mile and get some noctua fans - https://www.amazon.com/Noctua-NF-F12-iPPC-3000-PWM/dp/B00KFCRATC/ref=sr_1_5?crid=3PVMC7FGJ8E0H&dchild=1&keywords=noctua+120mm+fan&qid=1605165695&s=electronics&sprefix=noctua%2Celectronics%2C195&sr=1-5
     
    as for a case i would look into the meshify c - https://www.newegg.com/black-fractal-design-meshify-c-dark-tg-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811352072
     
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    Plermpel got a reaction from Statik in Fine Tuning Ram?   
    Use the DRAM Calculator for Ryzen type in all your timings from xmp setting manually and then start deceasing timings slowly one by one, give it a short stress test with Aida64 and do it again but I doubt you'd get much improvement out of that DIMMs it's allready pretty much the best you can get apart from really high priced DIMMs
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