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MrBrightSyde

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About MrBrightSyde

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System

  • CPU
    i9-9900K
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Phantom Gaming 4-CB
  • RAM
    32GB (4x8GB) Corsair Vengeance 3000mhz CL15
  • GPU
    Asus 2080 Dual OC
  • Case
    Cooler Master TD500 Mesh
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue 3D, 1TB Crucial P1, 1TB ADATA XPG GAMMIX S11 Pro, 4TB Seagate Barracuda 5400 RPM
  • PSU
    Thermaltake GF1 750w
  • Display(s)
    Acer XG270HU (27" 1440p 144hz TN), Samsung TV (32")
  • Cooling
    Scythe Fuma 2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Cherry MX Red
  • Mouse
    Redragon M901 Perdition
  • Sound
    Headphones: Philips SHP9500s
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. It's the same PSU, just non-modular. Hence why on the LTT List, the CM is in parentheses to note that both the Pure Power 11 and Pure Power 11 CM are the same thing (they do that for a few PSUs on the list). An alternative to it would be the Corsair TXM 650w for £80 (can be stylized as TX-m or TX650m), which I would recommend for both the quality customer service, the better build quality (it's tier A on the LTT list), and the 7 year warranty vs a 5 year warranty. I know the TXM 750w can handle a 3080, so the 650w version should be able to handle a 3060Ti
  2. The SDP-SS would show SDPXXX-SS on the label(replace XXX with the wattage). Pretty sure neither of the ones you shared are the same as it.
  3. That would be the one in Tier D labelled as "SDP 80+"
  4. Don't know what exactly Seasonic's policy on transferring warranties, but if you can get the original purchase receipt, I think you'll still have the warranty from date of original purchase. That being said, it depends on the price and what load that PSU has been under. Personally I would never buy a used PSU just because of that reason, but for others, it might not be a deal breaker.
  5. Throw it in the garbage personally. The only thing I would use it for is either a build that I don't care about losing, or use it in a low power draw build. Either that or sell it to get some money back.
  6. Without knowing the specs, it's kind of hard to recommend a PSU, but if the nephew is using a low budget build, and going by the price point you are looking at, something like the Apevia Prestige 600w is 54.99 on Amazon. Has a noisy fan though, and personally, I would recommend spending the $15 more for a 550w Corsair CX since it's better quality, and the customer service is pretty good.
  7. While I wouldn't use it for a 3070 personally, it should be fine. I think you might've seen the tier list back when there was a B+ tier. They changed it since then. All S and A tier were merged to a single A tier, B+ became B tier, B tier became C, and, C and D were merged I think (if Luke or someone else could correct me on that, please do so)
  8. No you don't? The Lancool 215 can fit ATX mobos
  9. https://www.microcenter.com/product/627504/lian-li-lancool-215-tempered-glass-eatx-full-tower-computer-case---black Same price as the h510 but better airflow
  10. Perfectly fine then. Its just a Seasonic Focus GX rebranded
  11. Which one? The C and E series are fine, E being better than C. It's the old HALE series should be avoided. Basically any recent NZXT PSU is fine and their CS isn't bad. Just depends on the price compared to other PSUs in the same range
  12. For the G3, they use the exact same cables, but usually you should use the cables that come with it. That said, you should be fine reusing the existing cables.
  13. From what I can tell, the RAW II VRAM runs very hot, at least for the RX 5700/5700XT versions. They don't have a thermal pad over some of the VRAMs and instead have a steel plate from what I recall. All you need is the add a thermal pad there and temps are a lot better.
  14. Don't see any card like that? I see AMD 57XX MSI Evoke and Mech, and XFX Thicc II and Raw II in Tier A (after fix) and Tier C (before fix). And that has to do with bad thermal pads in MSI case, and stupid unnecessary plastic causing higher temps with the XFX thicc
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