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About Zektbach

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  • Birthday Aug 21, 1996

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16GB (2x8) 3600MHZ
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 2080 Super Trio
  • Storage
    Adata XPG SX6000 Pro 1TB
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus 750W Gold Modular
  • Display(s)
    MSI Optix MAG241C
  • Cooling
    be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4

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  1. My monitor is actually Optix mag241cr and I think it has freesync but not gsync.
  2. that is quite true. Although sometimes im getting 120-130 fps too. My monitor is 144hz btw.
  3. Hey guys I was browsing through YouTube and I saw a video of warzone benchmark: RTX 2080 Super + Ryzen 5 3600 (Stock settings) and the average fps is around 165-180fps. I tried monitoring my fps and I'm getting the same average fps? He also sometimes exceed 200fps and I can't even reach 200fps. There was also a benchmark that uses i9-9900k, same GPU and he's getting 220fps avg. Or 9900k is a lot better than 3700x? I was thinking of upgrading my ram to G.Skill Trident Z 3600mhz CL16 (2x8) too, do you guys think it's worth it? This is HIS build: G
  4. Just to update, I ordered Arctic P14 PWM not sure if that's better than P12.
  5. Yeah removing the front panel improved my temp ALOT like seriously lol. I tried looking for Arctic here but it's not available, what I mean is no shop sells arctic here. Idk why Some available are: Deep Cool XFAN Deep Cool Ice Blade ID COOLING WF Should I choose 140>120mm?
  6. **UPDATE** I managed to solve the issue for the temp without buying liquid cooling or another case. I removed the front panel of the case (tempered glass) and I think I will just put some magnetic dust filter on it. I’m thinking of buying 1 single fan for exhaust on the top of the case, any recommendations without using any controller? (Fan that can be directly plug in to motherboard)
  7. I usually just play warzone tho.. around 2-3 hours non stop
  8. Sorry I missed this post. Regards to auto, my temp spikes up to 80-85 when using auto. That’s why I kinda oc’ed it to 1.231 @ 4200mhz.
  9. This is very much true but right now in the Philippines almost all cases are out of stock because of hoarding so its kinda hard to look for good case. I'm eyeing for: + Grizzly Kyronaut COOLER MASTER MASTERLIQUID ML360L ARGB V2 ID COOLING FROSTFLOW X 360
  10. I have 3 infront (intake), 1 exhaust at the back. When the side panel is attached (tempered glass) i usually get around 75-80c but when I remove it (during my game) I can feel that it feels like oven inside lol. I was also thinking if I should just buy a longer screw to extend the space for intake or not.
  11. Hello guys! So before I made a thread if I should install an exhaust fan on the top of my case and one member here said yes. I bought 1 fan and I still havent installed it yet (cos of delivery) But I'm now thinking if I should just switch to liquid cooling? My case doesnt have good airflow I think because of the space for the intake fan infront but It's kind of a hassle if I'm gonna change my whole case. Reason why I'm thinking of switching to liquid cooling is I saw a video stated that in a tropical country and a case that doesnt have a good airflow, liquid cooling is better
  12. Zektbach

    FSP CMT340

    This is very much noted, thank you very much!
  13. Zektbach

    FSP CMT340

    That means top rear is above the dark rock right?
  14. Zektbach

    FSP CMT340

    Hey guys I was just wondering if I should add more fans at the top (Not sure if its possible but there's a 40cm space above the cooler) Reason: With the side panel (Tempered glass) attached, my cpu temp goes around 69-73c (underclocked) and the ambient room temp is 25-29c (yup I know it's kinda hot here in the Philippines). Without the side panel, its around 59-65c only. Although after removing the side panel I can really feel the hot air coming out inside the pc. So to summarize it all: WITH side panel: GPU - 55-61c , CPU 69-73c WITHOUT side panel: GPU - 55 - 63c ,