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NorStereo

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About NorStereo

  • Title
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Location
    Norway
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    i7-9700k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte H370 Aorus Gaming 3 Wifi
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury DDR4 3200MHz 16GB
  • GPU
    GTX 1070 Ti
  • Case
    Phanteks P400A
  • Storage
    Kingstan A1000
    Seagate Barracuda 1TB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM650x
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 27" 1440p 144hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H60 (2018)
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Sennheiser Game One
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
  1. Thank you for the reply, do you have any recommendations on tutorials/videos/text guides that are worth a look at for a newbie,. on how to manually set up a safe overclock?
  2. Hello I've slowly been trying to educate myself a bit more into the basics of overclocking. I have a 9700k paired with a Z390 Aorus Pro WiFi (Bios version F12a). In videos and guides I've seen, people tinker with alot of settings in their BIOS, to achieve the overclocks, and I haven't grasped all of them yet. So biggest question for me, would be the following: In my BIOS I have 3 "CPU presets": Default, Gaming, Advanced. With the Advanced selection I'm getting 4,9 steady on all cores, I belive. Is this even a proper overclock, or only halfway there? Most other s
  3. Hello, hope you can hlp me, having some strange stuff happening. I got a a M.2 NVMe SSD, that I wanted to use as my OS/boot drive. So I unplugged all my other drives, put in the new one, and used a USB with windows installation tool to set up the new OS drive. The installation went fine, had to delete some partions on the new drive, as it has been used before. Then when the windows installation wants to restart the PC, I'm sent directly into the BIOS, where it can't see the new drive, so I can not select a boot priority. The BIOS does see that I have
  4. Hello I've have steadily been upgrading my PC, and I've been trying to figure out if I shold get some new RAM. Escpecially with a January sale going on where I live, I might find something with an ok discount. Currently I am using 16GB (2x8GB) HyperX Fury DDR4, at XMP profle 1 (the only one available in BIOS). That gives me 3200Mhz, and according to CPU-Z the following: CL 18 / tRCD 21 / tRP 21 / tRAS 39 / tRFC 260 / CR 2T I don't know much about timings, and don't want to tweak to much of that. PC is mostly used for gaming, with the following specs: Z390 Aorus Pro Wifi i7-9
  5. Thank you @Jurrunio and @minibois for your replies, I'll probably upgrade in the future then!
  6. Hello I'm wondering if it's worth switching my motherboard from H370 to Z390. As far as I understand, my RAM is currently limited to 2666MHz, and I don't know if I my CPU gets limited some way by the chipset as well. My current setup is the following: CPU - i7-9700k Motherboard - Gigabyte H370 Aorus Gaming 3 Wifi RAM - HyperX Fury DDR4 3200MHz 16GB (2x8GB) GPU - GTX 1070 Ti Storage - Kingstan A1000 / Seagate Barracuda 1TB PSU - Corsair RM650x Display - Samsung 27" 1440p 144hz Cooling - Corsair H60 (2018) Operating System - Windows 10 Pro 64b
  7. Thanks for the reply. I set it to Profile 2, but I can't find anywhere to change the frequency. Is it possible that it's because of the H370 chipset, not being able to overclock? Think I read something that my motherboard is limited to 2666MHz or something similar....?
  8. Hello I'm trying to learn more about my PC and what I can tweak on it, so recently I've read a bit about Ram and XMP. I currently have HyperX Fury DDR4 3200MHz 16GB (2x8GB), but it doesn't look like I'm getting 3200Mhz, and I don't even know if I can? I went into my BIOS settings, and looked at the XMP settings, it was disabled, so I tried the "Profile 1" and "Profile 2" options to see if there were any difference. Pictures show the results, using CPU-Z info program. So, can I increase it safely and easily up to 3200MHz, if so how? If I could bump the speed up to 3200Mhz, would I
  9. @WoodenMarker Thank you, I was wondering how that worked. I'm using a Gigabyte H370 Aorus Gaming 3 Wifi, and as far as I have found online, the fan headers are 1A. Currently I'm using two Noctua NF-S12A PWM 120mm, and if I add a third, then it will be the same type. Below is a copy/paste of the specifications of the fans. Max. input power 1,44 W Max. input current 0,12 A Operating voltage 12 V I have enough Y splitters lying aro
  10. Thanks for the reply! How do I then connect those three fans to a single header on my motherboard? I've read about some voltage/amp limits, and do I buy a splitter with 3 to 1 4pin, or use two Y splitters, if that even works?
  11. Hello. I've been doing some google searches, but didn't find any good answers, hope you can help me, and hopefully this is the correct sub forum. I'm interested in switching out my Phanteks P300 with a P400A (non RGB version). The case comes with a built in fan controller for the front fans, and I might put three fans in the front of the case. My question is, how do I connect those three fans into one fan header from the fan controller? I'm currently using two Noctua NF-S12A PWM 120mm as my front intake fans, and if I get the P400A, I might want to add one more. The fan control
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