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  1. I'll definitely give this a read, thanks! I already saw about a 5-7% improvement in FPS when I went from my LPX 3200Mhz CL16 to Trident Z Neo 3600Mhz CL16 (Both were 16GB x 2), but after hearing how good Trident Z Neo is at OC'ing, I just wanted to try it out a ton
  2. I figured that it was just unlucky binning but I even tried to tighten the timings so that they're 16-16-19-21-36 (As also recommended by DRAM Calculator) but it still didn't work. What I'm mainly unsure is what digit, after the first one, will affect the timings the most?
  3. But my problem lies with two 16GB sticks, as I can't do a single thing to them past XMP, regardless of frequency or voltage. Is it cuz my sticks are bad or because of my lower end B450 Tomahawk Max?
  4. Unfortunately, I don't have an 5v header, only a 12v RGB header, on my motherboard but thanks for all the info! I'll have a look around! Worst case, I'll just buy the Corsair ones at a later date, due to the much better performance (from what you told me) and they have native support for 12V RGB. I already have a Corsair keyboard so it'll pair nicely with iCue just fine!
  5. My RAM sticks are 16GB x 2 (I updated the post accordingly). How come I would be lucky to have the sticks work fine in XMP?
  6. I currently have a B450 Tomahawk Max and 32GB (16GB X 2) 3600MHz Trident Z Neo RAM at 16-19-19-19-39. I have it running at XMP and it's completely stable. However, using the DRAM calculator, I tried to tighten the timings and nothing seems to be working. If I import XMP, obtained from Thaiphoon, I get an estimate of 14-17-19-19-38, and if I don't use Manual DRAM Revision and just use A2 (Based on the PCB of my RAM) then the estimated timings become 16-16-19-21-36. Either way, neither of these work, even if I drop the frequency down to 3400MHz and increase the voltage to 1.4V.
  7. That great information! Thank you very much! Are there any other RGB fans you recommend? Unfortunately, the ML120 RGB is out of stock more or less everywhere in the UK, with only 1 or 2 stores selling the non-RGB variants.
  8. So how come these would be better than say, the LL120? Also, the CFM is lower on the ML120 (47.3CFM) compared to the Noctua's included fan (68.02CFM). Will that reduce airflow to the CPU cooler?
  9. So I got myself a Noctua NH-D15s and G. Skill Trident Z Neo. Now I'm kinda hooked on RGB, just from seeing the RGB on my RAM and the LED light from my B450 Tomahawk Max motherboard. I want to add an RGB fan to the front of the Noctua NH-D15s, whilst keeping the stock Noctua fan in the centre Without thinking too much about budget, what's the best RGB fan for the front of this cooler?
  10. Oh okay, that makes sense. I thought that it was only temperature affected the boost clocks. Thanks for that. So, excluding temperature, what are all the other limits for a GPU?
  11. Hi all, This is much more of curiosity question I'd like answered. Why does my Zotac RTX 3070 Twin Edge OC White Edition overclock to just under 2100MHz in Blender, but on any other program, overclock to around 1970MHz? My GPU isn't manually overclocked, just running at stock.
  12. Nope, not really. It was something I wanna improve just to tinker around. But I'm checking here first because I don't want to buy new fans, to replace the stock case fans, if it will worsen cooling. Hence why I asked if having a slight positive pressure gives better cooling than a lot of positive pressure.
  13. So, I have a Meshify C case containing a 3900X w/DRP4 Cooler, B450 Tomahawk Max, RTX 3070 and 32GB RAM. The front fans are 2x Noctua A14 iPPM-2000, which can go up to 2000rpm, but the rear fans are the stock 2x 120mm case fans, which run at 1200rpm max. So there's quite a bit of positive pressure, overall. Would swapping the 2x rear 1200rpm 120mm fans with some higher rpm ones (Maybe even have them be 1x 120mm and 1x 140mm higher rpm fans as exhaust), reducing the overall positive pressure, improve cooling or making it worse?
  14. Ah okay, so it is the same as everyone else! I had a look online to see what the JEDEC standard CAS latency was and I could only find 2133MHz, but nothing on the timings
  15. So I just built a new PC with a 3900X, an RTX 2060 (Yes, the GPU is quite anorexic. I had a budget and RTX 3060 Tis were sold out. I'm gonna upgrade once stock is back), MSI B450 Tomahawk Max and 32GB Corsair LPX 3200Mhz CL16 RAM. I know how to do XMP, tune timings, etc. However, I noticed that the CAS latency of my RAM, when XMP is disabled, is CL15 (15-15-15-15-36). What CAS latency does everyone else get when you disable XMP?