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About Orodruin

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  • Birthday May 09, 1985

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  • Location
    Smyrna - Turkey
  • Gender


  • CPU
    Amd Ryzen 9 5900X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Crosshair X570 Hero VIII
  • RAM
    Gskill TridenZ RGB 4x16GB 3200Mhz (F4-3200C16D-64GTZR)
  • GPU
    ZOTAC Geforce RTX2060 AMP!
  • Case
    BeQuiet SilentBase 802 White Window
  • Storage
    XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 1 TB
  • PSU
    Be Quiet! BN284 Straıght Power 11 850W 80+ GOLD
  • Display(s)
    ASUS TUF VG279QM 27" 280Hz 1ms
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    ASUS ROG Strix Scope
  • Mouse
    ASUS ROG Gladius II Core
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Phone
    Huawei Mate 10 PRO
  1. That long metal part where we put the thermal pads in the part I marked in the photo broke off from the main cooler block. I need to glue that elongated piece to the heatsink. They glued that long, thin piece on which the thermal pads are on, to the cooler, but over time, I think its adhesive feature has disappeared. When I wanted to clean the card and renew the thermal pads, that thin long aluminum part with screw holes at both ends and where the thermal pads were placed was separated from the main heatsink. I need to glue that part back that broke off from the main co
  2. That metal surface where I put the thermal pad corresponding to the VRM part was separated from the main heatsink block. I need to glue it so that it can conduct heat. I need an adhesive that will conduct heat well, which looks like solder.
  3. Hello everyone. I am using Zotac RTX2060 Mini. I have a problem with the heatsink. I removed the thermal paste and pads of the gpu to renew it. However, the surface that corresponds to the VRM part and that I marked in the photos is out of place. They normally glued the part where we place the Thermal Pad to the aluminum heatsink. But when I removed the card, that part came out. What can I paste it back there with? What heat resistant would you recommend I use glue? So I need a heat resistant adhesive that will bond metal to metal. Which adhesive should I use?
  4. Let me write the values I entered manually here to give you an idea; To run at 3733 Mhz; I'm running FCLK to 1866Mhz. Dram Voltage 1.39 I am making the SOC voltage 1.1. I enter the timings as 12-22-22-42. I haven't touched any other settings. With this setting, the system starts up, but the rams are not stable. I am getting error during Windows Ram test. To run at 3600Mhz; FCKL 1800Mhz, Dram Voltage 1.35v SOC is on auto. The timings are also 12-22-22-42. The system boots smoothly and there is no problem in the ram test. I'm goin
  5. First of all, when I run my Rams manually, they work smoothly with 18-22-22-42 timings at 3600Mhz on FLCK1800 as 4Dimm. I'm getting 66NS latency. When I change the speed to 3733Mhz and FCLK to 1866Mhz, the system boots but the Ramler is not stable. I get 62NS Latency at 3733Mhz. I am getting errors in MemTest process or Windows Ram Test. When I increase the speed to 3800Mhz and FCLK to 1900, the system does not boot. BIOS reset, I get Restart. I also tried with the Ryzen Dram Calculator. But I guess I didn't succeed because I did something wrong here. I am writing in order; I ex
  6. I bought Gskill F4-4000C18D-32GTZRB model ram. My goal was to buy the most optimal ram. Frankly, I don't like to play with timings or settings. This ram seems to be compatible with my motherboard and equivalent models of my motherboard. It has CL18 delay value. I think it will work fine. If there is a problem at 4000Mhz, I will manually set the speed to 3733 or 3600. At first I thought of buying a 3600Mhz TridentZ, but I chose this ram because I knew that 4000Mhz was the most stable and highest speed I could get. As far as I know, delay values increase at higher speeds due to DRAM ratio a
  7. I bought TridentZ RGB 4000Mhz CL18 ram with Gskill F4-4000C18D-32GTZRB model code as two boxes. It seems compatible with my motherboard. I think I won't have any problems. This ram is Single Rank. I think it has a Samsung chip. If I have problems at 4000Mhz I will manually reduce the speed to 3733 or 3600. I was going to get 3600Mhz, but I chose this because my motherboard didn't have any problems with 4000Mhz ram.
  8. Cl14 is better under all circumstances then do I understand correctly?
  9. What do you say about 3800 mhz cl18 ram? Does it make sense to get 3800 instead of 3600?
  10. I understand. I think that upgrading the ram will hurt me in terms of all kinds of costs. It seems logical to buy 3600MHZ CL14 ram for now. Would you recommend? As far as I remember, AMD recommended 3600Mhz rams.
  11. I understand. Then I think it will be logical to buy 3600Mhz CL14 ram for me. AMD recommends 3733Mhz, but it's hard to find memory at that speed. Since I cannot use the kits I have together as CL14, I think I will buy 3600 Mhz CL14.
  12. So how do I know if the ram is even or odd rank without buying ram? Gskill has kits with speeds of 3600-4000-4266-4400-4600 mhz. Would it be better to be promoted to one of these? Does it make sense to switch to 4600 or 4800 mhz ram?
  13. In other words, there is no positive cost in trying to switch to CL14 ram. Then it means I will continue to use my current ram. They work at their own standard values with CL 16-18-18-38 Timing. So if I want to use 4000Mhz and above ram on Ryzen processors, will it be a problem? Or what advantages or disadvantages does it have?
  14. Unfortunately, I cannot remove the other kit as I need 64GB of ram. But I want to ask, If I want to adjust these rams, I will have to adjust the settings according to the Hynix chip, right? Because as far as I know, while Samsung can reach higher speed, that is, it is more flexible, Hynix A will offer more limited adjustment possibilities. Am I thinking right? Although the two ram kits are different molds, they belong to the same ram series. They are referred to as F4-3200C16D-32GTZR. They have the same timings. They have CL16-18-18-38 speeds. And the DOCP profile is enabl
  15. Hello to everyone. I use two of the Gskill TridentZ 2x16GB CL16 (F4-3200C16D-32GTZR) memory kit in my system. So I have a total of 4x16gb Ram. First kit is Samsung B die, Second kit is Hynix A Die. I've been reading comments on the internet that CL14 memory kits perform better. They also talk about the DRAM ratio value. I think they say 1:1:1 is the best value. Would changing my rams help me? Is it worth it? Or which memory kit might be better to switch to? My other existing system components are as follows; AMD Ryzen 9 5900x Asus Rog Crosshair