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About seon123


  • 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
    120GB Samsung 850 Evo + 500GB WD Caviar Blue
  • PSU
    Seasonic Prime Titanium 650W
  • Display(s)
    Samsung S27D391
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo + ML120 + NF-F12
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G710
  • Mouse
    G502 / G303 / M65 Pro RGB
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  • Biography
    I'm a boring cat
  • Occupation
    What cat has a job? Certainly not this one

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  1. Help

    Try listening for the pump by itself. Check the CPU voltages with a program, or in BIOS. Have you tried new TIM?
  2. Which of these power supplies?

    An overclocked 1080 Ti will draw about 300W, so yes, 650W is overkill.
  3. Help

    80°C is fine. Are you using auto voltage, and is the pump running?
  4. Which power supply

    Either the TXM, or the G3 550W
  5. Which of these power supplies?

    550W is already way more than you need. How does a store only have 3 PSUs in stock?
  6. Cheap Power Supplies

    Could be that he referred to the size of the market. In which case, a smaller, niche market would require a higher price, for the manufacturer to turn a profit. And vice versa for a larger market.
  7. Help me spend $10000!

    Tbh, I would recommend one of the lower core count I9s, and running a custom loop to cool the CPU, VRM, and GPUs. You buy the Titan Xp straight from Nvidia's website for $1200. Though a 1080 Ti would perform much the same, and cost $400 less. Edit: A single Titan V might actually be better than SLI Titan Xps, since many games don't really scale with SLIm
  8. 240mm AiOs are a bit silly. A good air cooler will perform much the same, be quieter and a more reliable. If you swap the case for something that can take a decent air cooler, the H5 and Mugen 5 are good options for £50. Don't get an MSI motherboard for an overclocked Ryzen 8-core. The Prime Pro costs £130, and is an actually good board. You can get a blue 2x 8GB 3000 MHz CL15 LPX kit for £170, or a Flare X B-die kit for £210. Either will be better value. Don't get an NVMe SSD for gaming. It won't improve boot times or game load times over a SATA SSD. Just get a higher capacity SATA SSD. 750W is way overkill. 550W is plenty, so you can save a bit on the PSU. You can get a Windows key from Reddit or Kinguin for ~£20
  9. thoughts on christmas present

    Except for the motherboard, it looks like a really good deal.
  10. Tips on brother's pc

    450W is plenty for the PC, all overclocked. The type of SSD doesn't matter. It won't improve loading times nor will it improve Windows boot times. Yes, the 1080 performs ~5% better than the 1070 Ti.
  11. Where on Earth can I buy a SINGLE PSU cable

    Fairly sure the Silverstone cables aren't compatible with EVGA's Super Flower PSUs.
  12. Will this work?

    Might not be if you put in a stupid high voltage and overclock on the CPU, overclock the GPU, and run Prime95 and Furmark at the same time. Assuming you won't do that, it's plenty.
  13. Which build?

    You could get a cheaper case, if you want to lower the cost a bit. You can get a Windows key from Reddit or Kinguin for ~$25. There's not much to do, and not much to go wrong when you build a PC. 1-3 hours
  14. Tips on brother's pc

    That 1070 Ti is a bit overpriced. You can get the least expensive good 1070 Ti for 4865:-. Alternatively, a 1080 for 5290:-. Don't bother with an NVMe drive for gaming. It won't benefit you at all. Just get the 850 Evo 250GB for 899:-, or the 500GB for 1490:-. You can get the same RAM kit for 100:- less, if you buy from a different store. You can get the TX550M for 769:-, that's plenty.
  15. Which build?

    Roughly matching the Microcenter build (some nicer parts) ends up at ~$1750. So I would pick the Microcenter build, or this thing (which costs a bit more.