Recent content by alxlwson

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    Diablo Immortal

    That's in Diablo 2 and Diablo 3 :D
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    R9 5950x and RTX 3080 - Is my loop too small? Too little radiator? Too little pump?

    Mayb3, dep3nds how your mobo has the pump header set. Mine defaulted to 100% all the time. My d5 is dead silent as well.
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    Desktop replacement?

    So...Starting to get back on the road a bit more now that Putin has cured the world of Covid. Looking to maybe replace my desktop with a laptop. Desktop is watercooled 5800xt all core OC 4.6GHz and FE 2080 Ti w/ 300w BIOS 2025MHz core / 8000MHz mem, 32GB 3600MHz CL16, and plenty of NVME...
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    R9 5950x and RTX 3080 - Is my loop too small? Too little radiator? Too little pump?

    Didn't see the dual pump. Also, pumps don't really "wear out" unless they are cavitating or have crap bearings. Motor windings burn up for various reasons, but in VDC, it's generally from an overcurrent situation resulting from runaway. Highly unlikely to happen in this situation. See series...
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    5800X3D gaming review

    Diablo 3 in higher GRs is quite punishing as well :D.
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    5800X3D gaming review

    Grab ImKibitz's Satisfactory save and see the difference. Makes my 5800X cry for uncle. Made the 3900XT it replaced cry for mommy.
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070: up to 30% faster than RTX 3090 in gaming

    I had a Razer Blade with a 2070 MaxQ and a 9th gen i7. Great battery life. Amazing build quality.
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    R9 5950x and RTX 3080 - Is my loop too small? Too little radiator? Too little pump?

    I haven't read the whole thread, but I don't think that you're pushing too loop hard. I have Corsair 7 series rads, a 360 and a 240, with a TechN cpu block and EK gpu block on my 300w bios 2080Ti FE. Using all white 120LL fans as well. Pump should always be at 100% all the time. Very warm air...
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    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070: up to 30% faster than RTX 3090 in gaming

    Gimme a blocked card that can do 4k/120 with RT for $1800 that I can buy. DLSS will extend life of card to 4 years.
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    LG 48CX

    Pci-e spec revision isn't going to change power requirements, if thats what you're insinuating. The only thing that will change power requirements is finding new semiconductor materials and transistor designs to reduce hysteresis and leakage. Or to completely change how to build processes all...
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    LG 48CX

    So therefore I do not have VRR.
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    LG 48CX

    I would love to have vrr. My highly OC'd 2080Ti can only do so much.
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    1.5V is the hard cap for Zen 3 - The Stilt / 1.55V is the cap for Zen 3 - AMD

    He was saying that there was some "fusing" on the cpu itself that set this value rather than it being hardcode or firmware on the cpu itself, and this the basis for this whole thread. And because he thought it was fused(lol), that it couldn't possibly exceed the 1.5v. Just a case of someone...
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