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  1. Yes, I've invastigate more and I found that phenomenon : PWM motors makes a noise due to the pulse technologie/architecture used to brake palms. Noctua's PWM and Silent Wings 3 may be engineered for a silent motor noise, DC's equivalent will be quieter. Yes but actually, my "PWM HUB" only have 6x [3 pins] to connect fans so it's translating PWM to voltage reduction I guess. Thank you guys, I'll try noctua's NF S12A ULN and connect them on the hub. Hope this thread will help people.
  2. The [Pure Wings 2 140mm] makes a small rattling sound that bothers me, it doesn't get louder as the fan runs faster, but the "tic" frequency gets higher. That's why I guess it is a "motor noise". The blowing sound is not disturbing, it is smooth and soft and the Silent Base 802 makes is quiet. What I'm looking for is a 140mm fan that don't make "motor noise" at all. It seems that the [Silent Wings 3 120mm PWM] delivered with my ventirad doesn't do that. Be quiet! describe on their site for the Silent Wings 3 "6-pole fan motor with three phases giving very low power consumptio
  3. Hi, I bought a [Silent Base 802] from Be quiet that comes with 3x[Pure Wings 2 140mm] fans connected to the case PWM fan hub, itselft connected on the Asus Rog Strix x570-F motherboard on a the CHA 4 pin. My ventirad is a Dark Rock Pro 4 with 1x [Silent Wings 3 120mm PWM] + 1x [Silent Wings 135mm PWM]. Those silent wings seems to be fine. Heat to manage : Ryzen 3700x and RTX 3060. I wanted the most silent case possible at idle / office / web use, but I am disapointed about a little but audible rattling motor noise coming from the 3x[Pure Wings 2 140mm] fans s
  4. I chosed this build to be able to upgrade it easily and I plan to buy other disks anyway so the next one will be for the second NVMe slot, with DRAM this time ! Concerning RAM, the eshop where I bought this doesn't have 3600Mhz CL 15/16, no regret. I'm happy with it, and happy to join this forum with you guys
  5. Thanks, I'll check that. Well I bought it because "hiGhEr iS bEtteR" actually, but I learnt a lot about memory when I saw AMD's 3900x page saying "up to 3200Mhz" 2 days ago. > frequency, latency, fclock:mclock:uclock 1:1:1, XMP/BOCP I'll try to get the best out of it !
  6. Oh thank you I didn't know this was a thing, hopefully linus has a youtube video for everything ! Yes, I heard about it too late
  7. So what I understand guys is XMP/DOCP does also automatically change IF to fit 1:1 ratio ? Guess I'll try then.
  8. If I plan to use my 3600Mhz kit at 3200Mhz, can I optimize it with DRAM Calculator ? If yes, what frenquency should I put on DRAM calculator ?
  9. Isn't XMP for RAM overclocking instead of CPU overclocking ? Here I think my problem is about CPU running at 1600 IF and AMD saying it's his maximum + forums telling 1800 IF make it unstable.
  10. Thank you for the clear answer @Levent. @Den-Fi I don't want to overclock it to 1800, have an unstable system, tweak things I don't know, still get it unstable, then go back to 1600 and see my CPU broke.
  11. Hello, I just ordered a PC with an AMD Ryzen 3900x and Corsair Vengeance 3600 MHz on an ASUS ROG Strix X570-F Gaming. They built it and it's actually on the road right now. Problem is : I noticed on AMD 3900x website page, it can only support 3200Mhz DDR4. Basically, it means Ryzen 3900x max recommended Infinity Fabric is 1600Mhz, so to keep the optimal ratio 1:1, RAM must be at 3200Mhz. I read forums where people are trying to overclock the CPU to 1800 to make it work with 3600Mhz, but it appears to be unstable. I dont really understand
  12. Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the most resource consumer I have Virtualisation labs - hadoop and kubernetes Web browsing - lttstore.com for the most part Other details 180€ - be quiet! Silent Base 802 (3x Pure Wings 2 140mm included: 2 front + 1 back) 260€ - be quiet! Dark Power 12 850W, 80+ Titanium, Modular (Then I can upgrade my CPU/GPU without buy a new one) 300€ - ASUS ROG Strix X570-F Gaming 530€ - AMD Ryzen 9 3900X, 12x 3.8 GHz 90€ - be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
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