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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
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    Headphones: Philips SHP9500s
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. Black just means "normal" as in, there isn't anything that makes it stand out from the others in their tier.
  2. Only thing I've seen killed by the P-GMs (other than themselves) are SATA hard drives, but it's not a common issue.
  3. Depends when you last check the list. Was it back when there still was B+ and A- tiers instead of gold and "low priority"? Because B+ tier became B tier, B tier became C tier and C tier merged with D tier (I've type tier so many times, it stopped registering to me as a real word)
  4. Just to add some info, I have a Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 PE 750w, with a EVGA FTW3 3080Ti and haven't had any issues, tested using Furmark and Prime95 on a 9900k with a 4.9Ghz all-core OC. So the 750w depends on your power supply.
  5. Depends on if the GPU has 2 8-pins or 3 8-pins. 750w should be fine for a 2 8-pin 3080 (just check my sig). I wouldn't overclock it, since underclocking would be better in any case. It consumes too much wattage for so little performance gains. Don't know about the 6800 XT, so someone else will have to chime in. A 850w wouldn't be bad either, and honestly, for purposes of not having to buy another PSU, the MPG 850w for $150 isn't a bad price. Not a great price, but if it means not having to worry about the wattage, I would go for it.
  6. What needs explaining? They're all tier A, but if you mean what models they are encompassing, I can spell it out. All wattages of the original Leadex Gold model, the 1600w and lower wattage models of the Platinum, the Platinum SE model, the Titanium model, the Leadex II Gold and the Leadex III Gold manufactured before 2020 are all normal Tier A. the post 2020 Leadex III Gold is and the Leadex III Gold ARGB (Pro is for the black model) are considered some of the best units in tier A. I assume the HG is probably the ending of the model name for the Leadex III Gold, but if
  7. ...this is a cooling tier list, not a GPU tier list
  8. I mean, the Corsair CX-F is a bronze rated PSU that passed the Silver certification, but it's labelled Bronze by Corsair since it's easier to market than Silver. I suspect this is the same with the XPG Pylon.
  9. Depends entirely on the PSU. I don't know many 600w PSUs, but if it's something like the Corsair SF (if you are doing a SFF build), it should be fine
  10. .....it's literally at the top. Tier A gold color, under (multi-rail)
  11. Basically a cost-reduced RMx with lower-quality caps. It's still a good PSU, but not as good as the RMx
  12. Going by build quality: RMx, PowerPlay, RM, GX, Core Reactor (same as GX). I personally like the Corsair customer service, so I recommend either the RMx or RM (RM only if you need that extra 100w). Never had Seasonic, but they are also a good choice from what I hear.
  13. You know...you could just use the spreadsheet, which is updated way more often as more info and reviews are put out. You would know that the Legion Gold HX is already on there and is Tier B low priority. It's low priority since there are no professional reviews on it currently
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