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seon123

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About seon123

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    Certified Cat

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    Does anyone read this?
  • Biography
    I'm a boring cat
  • Occupation
    Internet cat

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 1500X
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 Tomahawk Arctic
  • RAM
    2x8GB LPX 3000 MHz CL15
  • GPU
    Sapphire Radeon R9 280 Dual-X
  • Case
    Cooler Master Elite 430
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 120GB, some old Kingston 120GB SSD + 240GB WD Green SSD
  • PSU
    Seasonic Prime Titanium 650W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung S27D391
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo + Accelero Extreme IV
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710 (Kailh Box Jade)
  • Mouse
    G502 / G303
  • Sound
    PXC 550
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. There is OPP, which trips if the total power output is too high. "Single rail" is just a nicer word for disabling multi rail OCP (or omitting multi rail OCP). Single rail PSUs tend to just not have OCP on the 12V rail, and just let OPP do its thing.
  2. Then you should also use a PSU that isn't among the lowest end on the market. Where are you buying from?
  3. The -5V pin has been empty since about 2002-2004. That's not the cause of the issue.
  4. That's not due to the PSU. Try troubleshooting elsewhere. Disable any overclocks, try one stick of RAM at a time, DDU, etc
  5. Where are you buying from, and what are you going to power? As availability and pricing will depend on that. I would recommend staying away from any Seasonic PSUs, as they use crappy fans, lack multi rail OCP, and have/had issues with cold solder joints, which does matter, unlike jApAnEsE cApS.
  6. If you're budget concious, you would likely get half decent sounding TWS from Aliexpress for like $25 and use them for a couple of years.
  7. 500W should be more than fine, but that PSU is absolute garbage, so you should replace it. Where are you buying from?
  8. The G2 650W has two PCIe cables with a 6+2 pin and a 6 pin each. Just use both cables...?
  9. I... actually somehow forgot that there is an RGB version of the switch. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001809357064.html If you do have Cherry MX Blues and like the tactility, MX Browns or Gateron Browns are probably not for you. They are barely tactile. ABS keycaps tend to shine over time, while PBT keycaps do not. There are high end ABS keycaps, but you're likely better off with PBT ones.
  10. I don't have a least favourite one, but my most favourite one will be the one that bans you
  11. Do they make a distinctive click sound if you push a key down slowly? So it's not just from bottoming out? If yes, then that would be MX Blue. How quiet? Do you just not want the click, or do you want silenced switches? The quietest silenced stock tactile switch I've tried is the Boba U4. It does however have an opaque housing, so it may not work as well with backlighting. Das Keyboard is great if you want a keyboard that uses horrible keycaps, bad/mediocre switches, is not built well, and comes from a particularly anti-consumer company. I would suggest the GMMK. It's in s
  12. That's... definitely not supposed to happen. It's well within the warranty period, so just RMA it, or even better (if you are able), refund it and get a different PSU.
  13. Oh, then just commission a Keycult for a few thousand Euros. So what is your budget? A fairly reasonably priced and high end keyboard is the GMMK Pro, which is open for preorder. It's hot swappable, so no soldering required. QWERTY layout means effectively nothing (other than keycap legends), as it's just in software, but the first ones will use the American ANSI layout (long left shift and different Enter key). It's a 75%, not TKL, so it has arrow keys, function row and nav keys from TKL, but it's narrower. For switches, please get some decent linears, instead of Cherry MX Red. Te
  14. Uh... Icue allows you to change the fan curve, disable multi rail OCP, and monitor the power consumption, efficiency and voltages. If you have absolutely no idea about what you're talking about, please have the decency to not spew absolute BS Well, definitely not the Focus or Prime, that's for sure. They lack multi rail OCP, are louder, use an absolute garbage fan, and may have more issues with soldering quality. Not worth paying more for that (imo). The HX has 16 SATA connectors instead of 10 on the RMi, which is the only real benefit that I can see. The RMi has software monito
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