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Cmptr

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About Cmptr

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System

  • CPU
    Intel i9 10900K
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Maximus XII Hero
  • RAM
    64GB (4×16GB) Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3200MHz
  • GPU
    Asus Strix 1080Ti (Waiting for 3080Ti/3090Ti)
  • Case
    Lian-Li 011D Dynamic
  • Storage
    3× 1TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus
    3× 1TB Samsung 870 Evo
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1200i
  • Display(s)
    Asus PG27UQ - 27" UHD DisplayHDR 1000 384 Zones 144Hz Quantum-dot IPS G-SYNC
    Asus ROG Swift PG258Q - 24.5" FHD 240Hz TN G-SYNC
    Asus ROG Swift PG279Q - 27" WQHD 165Hz IPS G-SYNC
    Asus MG24UQ - 23.6" UHD IPS Adaptive Sync
  • Cooling
    Corsair H150i (Working on a custom loop)
  • Laptop
    Dell XPS 13 9300 Frost white with Alpine white composite fiber palmrest, Intel i7 1065G7, UHD+ Touchscreen, 16GB 3733MHz LPDDR4x, 500GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus

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  1. Thank you for finding that. I was looking for it earlier. Even if it did fit and allow me to put my side panel on, I wouldn't use it. It is really ugly and doesn't fit in with the aesthetic of my build.
  2. I have the regular O11 Dynamic with the EK-Quantum Vector Strix RTX 3090 on an Asus Maximus XII HERO. I however can not get the side panel on anymore as the terminal protrudes out a bit to much. I was wondering if anything has the O11 Dynamic XL with the EK-Quantum Vector Strix RTX 3090 and is able to get their side panel on.
  3. I've been looking for two days to find the specsheet that has the drawing of a 24 Pin Mobo Power Connector. Does anyone know where I could grab this? You'd figure it would be relatively easy to find. It would be even better if someone could find something thats has drawings (With dimensions of course) of all (Or most mobo) components and connectors such as, USB header, EPS, PCIE, RAM etc.. Thank you in advance.
  4. I want to see if I can get the voltages in the SVID table lower so idle temps are best. I know I can offset each VID, but how can I make the cpu run at one of those specific frequencies? Obviously I would set the all core clock to one of the VID, but when in Windows, if I'm not doing anything, the CPU will go into higher c-states (I think I'm using that in the correct context) lowering the clock and voltage. To give a more understanding of what I want to do, I will run you through a scenario: Set the all core ratio to 48 Avx2 offset to 0 (Only for the lower clock
  5. Putting the drives in RAID won't damage them. So having RAID or no RAID doesn't make a difference other than RAID 0 having more performance.
  6. Because I didn't fully understand how a voltage is chosen of there isn't an entry for it in the SVID table. That was what this thread was originally for. But your one post helped me understand a lot more of VID which I thank you for because it really did help me a lot.
  7. I've easily gotten this chip to stable 5.2 with avx2 offset set to 3. I just want to fine tune it more and I thought I could with changing the VID. I've got llc set to 4. IA AC/DC set to 0.001. Max current 130%. SVID enabled. Overclock mode set to manual. All core 52. 3200MHz, 1.35v dram. Thermal power control set to 99. I think you're thinking I've got the whole Overclock set to adaptive. I have the overclock set to manual (Not using XMP at all). It's only the voltage that I have set to adaptive.
  8. That was not a typo. There are 4 modes for vcore. Auto, manual, offset and adaptive. I chose adaptive. With adaptive there is no way to dial in vcore. There is just max turbo adaptive and offset. Take a look at the image replied by acid1011: I'm running 10900k I am going to ditch the V/F offset, I just want to make sure my understanding of it is correct. My previous post I explained my understanding of it. Is what I said correct? My vccio and system agent voltage are at 1.152
  9. Okay, so just so I know I'm understanding this correctly: Right now I'm using adaptive. I have the adaptive max turbo voltage set to 1.629 and the offset to +0.001. Let's say the VID for 4.8 is 1v just for simplicity. If I adjust the V/F point offset for 4.8 by lets say +0.039; at load for 4.8 the vcore would be asking for 1v + 0.039v + 0.001v for a total of 1.4v? And at idle for 4.8, instead of just the 1v, the vcore will be asking for 1v + 0.039v, resulting in a higher temperature? I've been doing research for about a month (Clearly I wasnt trying
  10. I'm guessing you figured out what I was talking about? Why shouldn't I use the V/F offset?
  11. I like simplicity. I have a compulsion to buy stuff for my computer. Lol. I know I can't just RAID drives while I'm using them.
  12. I changed the name of this thread as it has evolved into something totally different in a good way. I'm just going to copy and paste my one previous post on this thread. Okay, so just so I know I'm understanding this correctly: Right now I'm using adaptive. I have the adaptive max turbo voltage set to 1.629 and the offset to +0.001. Let's say the VID for 4.8 is 1v just for simplicity. If I adjust the V/F point offset for 4.8 by lets say +0.039; at load for 4.8 the vcore would be asking for 1v + 0.039v + 0.001v for a total of 1.4v? And at
  13. You clearly didn't read the whole post. From my knowledge there would be no damage, but there is this fellow at work that had said he put 2 of his NVMe drives in RAID 0 and they failed rather quickly; not to mention that I have heard him mention this multiple times. I didn't want to outright call him a liar even though I didn't fully believe him. I was more on the edge that it wasn't true but I wanted to give him the benefit of the doubt. This confirms that I was correct. Who knows though; maybe he did put two NVMe in RAID 0 and they did fail and his conclusion was the RAID 0 array
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