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About Nillelack

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 5800x
  • Motherboard
    MAG Tomahawk x570
  • RAM
    32gb G.Skill TridentZ Neo Z
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Gaming OC RTX 3080
  • Case
    Lian Li O11 Dynamic
  • Storage
    M.2 Samsung Evo 970
    Samsung Evo 850
  • PSU
    Gigabyte Aorus 850w
  • Display(s)
  • Cooling
    Corsair 150I Pro XT
  • Keyboard
    Razer Black Widow
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Trinity
  • Sound
    Audeze Penrose
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy Fold Z2
  1. In my country, the only people who managed to make a business out of assembling PC's are the people who already was established early on. They have contacts with manufactors and other vendors, that means they can secure certain parts cheaper. They save on some components, like motherboards, PSU. cooling. The PC's they sell pre built are around the same price as if you would have built it yourself, sometimes even cheaper. You don't earn a lot doing it for private persons. They also have secured deals with small-medium businesses like building special PC's and server s
  2. There are issues with using USB 3.0 sticks. I went out and bought a Sandisk 16 gb USB 2.0 and everything went smooth on my Tomahawk x570
  3. Always nice it was not something that was gonna cost money. Thanks for the update.
  4. My old one did as well, turned out to be a fan bearing that had had worn out over time. I first just pushed the center of the fan wings into the fan mount and it stopped for a time. I later replaced after it began rattle again. Do you have an AIO, can also be the pump that makes noise if it's struggling to pull water. If the mounting position is incorrect. But as others have said, check if your cables touch a fan. Before rushing out and buying a new fan.
  5. That's a bit of a relief to hear, my old build was an intel build with an I7-6600k, it usually idled around 40 degrees. So seeing high temps like that had me scared. I guess going AMD is still a bit like the FX days then, i could heat up my room with my FX 8530. Thanks for the quick reply. Can sleep a bit easier tonight!
  6. Hi all, yesterday i finally put together my PC. And everything is running smooth. Except one thing. My CPU temperature is way too high, it swings between 45 and 55 while doing nothing significant. Yet under load it stays mostly stays below 70, although i can swing to 75 for a short period in RDR2 with basically all settings turned to max, and playing for 5 hours. I've tried adjusting my fan speed, i've tried re-applying thermal paste three times. I've tried tightning the waterblock, i've tried messing with settings in ICUE. Nothing seems to get my idle temp down. Nothing is Over
  7. I guess i contributed to the scalping issue. Got my hands on a Gigabyte RTX 3080 gaming OC for 300$ above MSRP. Though it was either that. Or i'd have to carry over my damaged GTX 1070 to my new build. All parts are now sitting at my desk atm, and just needs to be build. I'm an impatient person, when i want it. I want it sooner rather than later.
  8. Thanks, that was all i needed to know. Happy to hear i only have to flash to the latest revision. I guess that means i can download the latest 7C84v161 which is the latest driver for it. I bought a 16GB USB 2.0 SanDisk stick, and i'll hope that will work with the MB.
  9. Yeah, i've heard that was an option, though i'm from Europe, so it might take some time having it shipped from the U.S to Europe. I'd rather just flash it through the dedicated USB. I'm just confused in what order i have to flash in.
  10. Does anyone here know how i should update this motherboard? I'm going to run a Ryzen 7 5800x on it, and from what i can gather, i have to update to 7C84v14 for that CPU to be compatible I'm getting my new motherboard tomorrow and i've been wondering. Does anyone here know in what order i have to flash the bios? Let's say the board i receive have 7C84v11 pre installed. Do i then have to flash it through 7C84v12 and then 7C84v13. Or can i directly download the version i have to use and install it straight away? I'm coming from an Intel build, so i have no AM4 Cpu laying ar
  11. Had to make an account to just to show my old battlestation, feel like i could be a good contender for the next video