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LazyTurtle1990

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About LazyTurtle1990

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Oct 14, 1990

Profile Information

  • Location
    Norway
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3700X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Strix B550-F GAMING (WI-FI)
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury RGB DDR4 3600MHz 32GB (2x16) CL18
  • GPU
    ASUS GeForce RTX 3060 ROG Strix OC
  • Case
    NZXT H710
  • Storage
    Kingston A2000 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD + Samsung EVO 850 250GB + Samsung QVO 1TB + Seagate Barracuda 2TB + Seagate Barracuda 4TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX 760
  • Display(s)
    BenQ GW2765 + 2 x Dell U2412M(Digital)
  • Cooling
    NZXT X73
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow X Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Basilisk V2
  • Sound
    Old Logitech speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I see, so the only thing I will "gain" if I change my case to Corsair 4000D is a Corsair case and more/ better airflow if I am going to aircool my cpu later on. Yes it's only spike's that goes up to the 80C, when stress testing. Just to say it, I would not aircool my CPU in H710
  2. So if I understand you correct, the temps is not that bad, and I would not benefit better temps (other than 2-5C), if I'm changing case? So CPU temps in the 40-45idle and 70-75 on full load is not bad? I have seen it up in the 80c after 100% load for 45min on all cores. GPU, when bencmarking (rendering 3D) has been up to 64C, so I don't think that is too bad. This is my temps when I work via Citrix and have Chrome with 15tabs open on local computer + Spotify + different background apps. After 10.min of Cinebench R23 the temps look like this:
  3. I have NZXT H710 not the I version, so I don't have the fan hub. My MB is: ASUS ROG Strix B550 -F Gaming WiFi, so I don't have plenty with fan headers (3 + CPU header+CPU_opt+AIO header). RAD is on top of case, with fans as exhaust in pull config (I think), (on top of the rad). GPU temps, have I never seen over 63C when gaming, and last I gamed, was Cyberpunk with High/ Ultra setting, RTX deactivated and DLSS activated, in 1440p. Rear fan is connected directly in Cha_fan 3. Exhaust fans on rad 3x is connected via splitter in Cha_fan 1 Rad/ pump is co
  4. So I would not benefit to set the intake fan at 50% speed, (around 1300rpm) and exhaust in the top at around 1100rpm when my computer is not at any load? I have not tried to take of the front panel, but I think that will help with temp also. I've stopped all my fans from the Fan Xpert software now, and I can hear the pump. My AIO pump is set to fixed speed at 100C all the time. Ryzen Master, Fan Xpert 4 and NZXT CAM software all reports different temps and spikes on my CPU. Only when i use heavy load benchmarking software, they report the same temp
  5. Thermal paste was pre applied from NZXT. I build it myself. The fans on the cooler is Noctua NF A12x25. So they should be pretty good The build is about a month old, but the GPU is about a week old. But ryzen master reports higher temps than ASUS Fan Xpert 4 does. Right now master changes between 43-46C, but Fan Xpert says 41. As for now my computer uses VLC media player and plays 720P, Chrome with 15tabs, Task manager, Fan Xpert, Windows explorer and Spotify open. And plex media server, MSI afterburner, OneDrive, NZXT Cam, Razer Synapse, ASUS GPU tweak II, in the
  6. Neh, not overclocked other than what the BIOS can do by default, or Ryzen Master for that sake. I have PBO activated. Cinebench in 30min run, 75C at max. As for now my 3700X is working good for me, and it's shortage of 5600x in these times, so it will be a while before I upgrade it. Maybe when I upgrade my 3060 to 3060ti/ 3070/ 3080 when the market is more stable, and the pricing is more as it should be, if my CPU is going to be a bottleneck. Only heavy loads that both will be used in, is in gaming. Or else it will not be put in heavy loads, either of them really. I
  7. Yeah, but I can't get a refund, as I have used the cooler in over a month. When i bought my setup, H710 was one of few cases that where in stock, and I thought 360 cooler would be the top notch. In 400D the rad has to be placed in the front, but will the cooling be much more bad if the rad is in front vs smaller rad in top/ not AIO cooling? Now in idle my temps are around 40-44C in i look in Ryzen Master. Under load it goes up to 75-80C in Cinebench R23 with loop. In gaming 60-73C, it depends wich game I play. That ssaid, maybe I don't have optimized settings in Fan Xpert 4.
  8. Sorry, I forgot to mention the CPU. I have the NZXT X73 cooler now in my H710 case. My CPU is Ryzen 3700X, but consider to upgrade to 5600 or 5800 later.
  9. I was wondering to change the case for my build, because of airflow and temp. I have NZXT H710 case today, but considering to change it for Corsair 4000D Airflow. 1. Will my temps be any better? 2. CPU cooler as I have now is NZXT X73, as I have seen on pictures, this has to go in the front of the case, will that make the temps more bad? CPU is now: Ryzen 3700X but considering to upgrade to 5600 or 5800 later on. (Should I have the fans on the rad in push or pull config? The fans is 3x Noctua a 12x25. This will be intake). 3. 2 Noctua A 12x25 as exhaust in the
  10. Budget (including currency): 2476 USD (20.859 NOK) Country: Norway Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Different games and internet surfing for the most. Other details: Upgraded from: Intel 2011 3930k, MSI GeForce 970, 32GB DDR memory. So I finally got all my parts, and I think it's work great! Specs: Case: NZXT H710 MB: ASUS ROG Strix B550-F GAMING WiFi. CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X73 GPU: ASUS GeForce RTX 3060 ROG Strix OC Memory: HyperX Fury Black DDR4 3600MHz
  11. 461.72, I can't find any other driver versjon for 3060. But I did find out that Windows says my main display is 59,951 Hz, and changig it to 60 did not help. I did then go to Nvidia Control Panel and made a customize screen resolution (2560x1440) 59Hz, and not 60Hz that Nvidia set as default. Then the flickering seems to be gone, but that is kind of irritating that i has to make my own resolution
  12. Hello. I got my ASUS GeForce RTX 3060 ROG Strix OC today. From before i had 1060. I was looking forward to a new better card, but now I think this really sucks. My main display is flickering a lot. This display is using a DP cable, and it has only DP 1.1 and 1.2. I was using the same screen on my 970 and 1060 without any flickering. I have used DDU twice and tried to install latest GeForce GameReady Driver from Nvidia this did not help. Used DDU again, and installed the driver via Windows Update, this did not work either. I have the
  13. Hello. I just watched this, and find this very interesting, I don't know if this will help you in any way, but it's not just Ryzen this worked on. It also worked on Intel as she says.
  14. Yeah, but for now, it will have enough clearance as I only have a MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4GB, but this will be upgraded to 3000 series card in the summer/ after the summer, and when it is in stock, or maybe a used 1660/ 1660Ti or 2060/2070 card. That's also why I think of P500A, cause it's more space to GPU. If I go for P400A and rad in front, how should I have the fans? in push (in front of rad I think) or pull config (behind the rad I think) if you look at it from the front? I don't thinking about having push/pull config, since that also will take more space, and cost even more.
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