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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 5600X
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B550 Phantom Gaming 4
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8GB) Patriot Viper Steel 3600MHz CL17
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 3070 Ventus 3X OC
  • Case
    Cooler Master TD500 Mesh
  • Storage
    PNY CS3030 1TB SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA 600 BQ
  • Display(s)
    Dell S2721DGF
  • Cooling
    EVGA CLC 240 AIO
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy FPS Pro TKL Cherry MX Blue
  • Mouse
    Glorious Model O
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. The MSRP given by Nvidia for a 3080 Ti is $1,200. The specific model OP linked to is around $2,000 if you can find it in stock from a retailer, I'm basing this off the price of the OC edition on Newegg.
  2. In the Noctua video that is linked above in this thread, they do use a GTX 1650 KalmX. Edit: Actually its the 1050 Ti KalmX, not 1650.
  3. https://www.palit.com/palit/vgapro.php?id=3494&lang=en Palit makes a fully passive GTX 1650.
  4. DOJ has apparently recovered millions of dollars of the ransom. https://www.cnn.com/2021/06/07/politics/colonial-pipeline-ransomware-recovered/index.html
  5. The Newegg product page does say specifically the 2700X will work on it. However, it will be very dependent on how good your case airflow is. Also, we'll need to see independent reviews to be able to verify these claims.
  6. Summary Noctua's passive CPU cooler, named the NH-P1, is now available to purchase on Newegg for $100. As it is a passive cooler, it does not use any fans and will generate absolutely no noise if used like out of the box. However, you can add a 120mm fan if you choose. The Newegg product page makes bold claims about the NH-P1's cooling capability. It states that this cooler is recommended for CPUs with low to moderate heat dissipation. However, it goes on to list multiple CPUs, including the i9-9900K and Ryzen 9 3950X, which run pretty hot under load. Quotes From
  7. I built this entirely from scratch last December. Ryzen 5 5600X - 2020 First used AMD stock cooler, temps were too high for me. Switched to Corsair A500 which was on sale, then realized it was too tall for my case, so I gave it to friend. Now use EVGA CLC 240 AIO, which was released 2017? (based off first reviews of it) ASRock B550 Phantom Gaming 4 - 2020 Patriot Viper Steel 3600 MHz CL17 - 2019? (basing this on Newegg first sold date) PNY CS3030 SSD - 2019? (based off Newegg first sold. MSI RTX 3070 Ventus 3x OC - 2020 Cooler Master TD500 Mesh - 2020 EVGA
  8. Summary The AMD Radeon Pro W6800, which features the same amounts of CU and Stream Processors as the RX 6800, but with 32GB of VRAM, has appeared on Geekbench. The graphics card's listed maximum frequency of 2554 MHz is relatively high, however it is unknown how accurate this is and how long this frequency can be sustained. This card scored 137,230 points on the OpenCL benchmark, which is higher than the normal RX 6800. This GPU is expected to be announced at a special event on June 8th. Quotes My thoughts Nice to see more competition in the workstati
  9. Depends on how good of a switch you're looking for. Gateron Yellows, one of the best budget switches, go for around $0.20-$0.25 a switch. JWK switches, which are mid to high end switches, go for about $0.50-$0.55 a switch. Zeal switches, which are some of the priciest, are $1 a switch.
  10. No, they're probably still gonna work. As mentioned in the post, the physical sockets will be the same size.
  11. No. On Alder Lake a board will only support either DDR4 or DDR5, the memory controller on the CPU can support either.
  12. Update: Executable Fix has now leaked more stuff. Zen 4 Raphael (first consumer Zen 4 chip) will support DDR5 (as expected), but unlike Intel Alder Lake, it will not also support DDR4. Raphael will have 28 PCIe 4.0 lanes, up from Zen 3's 24. The chips will have a 120W TDP, with a 170W special variant also possible. Executable Fix also leaked a picture of the LGA 1718 pads on the CPU. Here it is compared to LGA 1700 (Alder Lake socket):
  13. Based on what I've seen, GMK/Cherry screw-in stabilizers just have a lot of rattle in general following the retool. That's why I'm probably going to holee mod them. In the future I plan to swap them out with Durock V2s.
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