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About JayBe

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 9 5900x
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte X570 Gaming X
  • RAM
    Patriot Viper Steel 3200 MHz 32GB (PVS432G320C6K)
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders Edition
  • Case
    Thermaltake Commander C36 TG ARGB
  • Storage
    Samsung M.2 Pro
  • PSU
    Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB 1050W Platinum
  • Display(s)
    Primary: Samsung Odyssey G7 - 32

    Secondary: MSI 27 L Optix MAG271C 144Hz
  • Cooling
    Deepcool Captain 240 Pro

    Tons of EZDYI-FAB Fans
  • Keyboard
    Roccat Vulcan 122 Aimo
  • Mouse
    Razer Mamba Hyperflux + Razer Firefly Hyperflux
  • Sound
    Logitech G933 Artemis
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  1. Hey guys, I have a huge sound Problem. Everytime I have too many Firefox Tabs open, my whole system sound starts cracking heavily. I first thought that it might be due to my CPU being too low which is (one of the reasons) why I upgraded to an 5900x. Sadly, that didnt fix it. I tried different headsets and different ports for the dongle to make sure its not the headset itself. Plus, if it was the headset, i think you shouldnt hear the cracking in screen recordings, which you do. I uploaded a little example to lowkey.gg. From Second 0 to 12 you can hear the heavy sound cracks, on s
  2. well, im running it on stock and still hit those temps lmao :'D i figured that it must be a case problem, cause the temps were around 6-10°C lower before i swapped out the CPU .
  3. Well, that kinda was my question summed up a bit Im just not sure whether or not this ~100€ upgrade would be actually worth the money or if it won't change anything. I dont know that either :'D There's probably no way to check if pads are missing without tearing the GPU apart, is there?
  4. Hey guys, I made a post about my temps 2 weeks ago, but didnt get any conclusion out of it.. so I wanted to give it another try. (Post Link from the old post at the bottom). To rep it all up again: I bought a Ryzen 9 5900x 2 weeks ago, and now my GPU gets quite hot tho (up to 110°C on the Memory). This led me to the conclusion, that there is too much heat inside my case not being transferred out. << This Capture is from a few hours of non-ressource hungry games (Smite, Valorant, etc.) My Case is a Thermaltake Commander C36 TG ARGB. My CPU AIO is a D
  5. Opening the Glass Side panel made the memory go down by around 8°C: But its still way too hot, isnt it?
  6. Btw, those are the temps in 2h during work (so, only browser and a citrix workspace was opened). They are still higher than they were before the CPU replacement. Also very interesting is, that the GPU Fans never spinned once.. even though the GPU is on 50°C and I have an iCue curve set as 40% RPM when on 40°C..
  7. I did turn those up on Full speed now. But it seems like i was only able to adress the AIO. Changing the Systemfans to Full speed didnt change the RPM of the front intakes. Interestingly, even tho the AIO Coolers are mounted as outtake, it feels like they are blowing air in rn.
  8. Here's a pic of the inside of my pc to see how and where the coolers are installed.
  9. The Dark Rock Pro isnt installed. That was just a suggestion i made to have better cooling.. that i'll install the dark rock 4 and add 2 top fans. I currently have a DeepCool Captain 240 Pro AIO. I had it as intake before, changed that to outtake yesterday 2h before making this post. Can i somehow turn the RPM of the front intakes higher?
  10. Sorry for the late response. I have a Thermaltake Commander C36 TG ARGB
  11. Hey guys, quick Question: Are those temps still ok? Especially the GPU Memory temp worries me a bit... (see Max Temps). Those were captured during a few hours of Smite, Valorant and Insurgency Sandstorm, so during games that usually arent that Ressource Hungry. I have 2 Bigger Coolers in the Front of the PC as intake. An AIO for the CPU on the top, aswell as 1 little one in the back and the bottom as outtake. I swapped the CPU from a 3600x to a 5900x yesterday, and since then especially the GPU has higher temps than before. If those temps are worriable, i w
  12. I think I know the reason.. currently running a memtest and got 37 errors so far..
  13. Hey guys, i'm having a weird Problem today... random Applications start freezing or crashing at a non related point. It started with my Youtube Tab completely freezing (all other tabs were still working). Then Overwatch crashed ingame 4 times in a row. So did Outriders (ingame and in title screen). My Teams froze into a black screen which i then had to force-close it. EWS (Outlook Browser App) also just hang itself up and crashed (again, all other tabs were working fine at that point). I obviously restarted my PC, i turned off any bigger background programs like Medal.tv, GeForce
  14. tbh, i never thought of that, lol. I mean, i placed the arrows in my picture above, yet i never thought of the fact that that exhaust fan just grabs on to the fresh front intake and pull it out... so, guess ill try to find a way to slap a dust filter (probably a magnetic one) onto that sucker and make it an intake. Thanks for your advice!
  15. Its pointless as an exhaust, since warm air goes upwards, right? The thing is, why i wouldnt want it to be an intake, that i dont have a dust filter on this bottom side of the case.. so, using it as an intake would probably end in a dustier case. Considering this.. would it still be better to turn it? Or leave it as it is? Or just kicking it out of the case for good? Thanks tho!