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BarrettDotFifty

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  1. Welp, guess there's a lot of room for improvement then. This config was running at only 1.37V.
  2. Latency seems to be staying under 60 at this memory configuration. CPU is running stock and I'm not planning to OC the CPU: My thoughts are exactly as yours that it should be possible to do better than C16 and 3733. Although I'm rather worried to run my memory daily on >1.4V, folks are saying it should be safe for B-Die if you've got the airflow. Got any recommendations of timings at this frequency?
  3. Hey guys, I got me a 5900X and a pair of 3200 14-14-14-34 (via XMP) pair of 2x16GB B-Die kit. I was fiddling around with memory clocking for the past few days, targeting 1:1:1 MCLK/FCLK/UCLK. I didn't manage to POST with 1900 FCLK as many others. I decided to go for a 3733 MHz overclock at 1.38V (for daily use) with the following timings. Do you guys think those are decent enough timings for this setup? Let me know if you have any questions as well. EDIT: Added a DRAM voltage mention.
  4. I'm looking into a mATX build with the RTX 3080 FE, but I'm a bit worried that the metal covers are too thick and may conflict with the RAM clips. How can I figure out the distance between the PCB and the top of the card? See the red lines:
  5. Got a sweet deal on a 750W Seasonic Prime Gold SSR-750GD. After hours and hours of research, it looks like it's one of the best all-rounders.
  6. It's a Fractal Meshify C Mini case, AFAIK it's one of the best case for decent airflows in this form factor. Hopefully lots of air can get in through that mesh in the front of the case.
  7. Hey guys, need some help from someone who understands airflow/thermodynamics/physics/etc. Suppose I have a build that looks like the image attached. If I slap in a 3080 FE, the hot air from the card would get exhausted right into the CPU heatsink (if I understood the workings of the new card airflow correctly). Would that be a problem in any way?
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