I still can't belive they are looking to have cards with over 300W tdp... and I was hopeing for a really quiet card running fans at 1000RPM with temps in the 65C. Don't think it's going to happen if they are pusing over 300W tdp
When I saw: triple fan design, dual 8 pin connector, I am just thinking about a high TDP card, which is contradicting the whole 7nm design process, unless this is just rumors.
7nm should be more efficient bringing the TDP down, so why the double 8 pin and tripple fan design.
Not a RAM expert, but was going to buy the G.Skill 3600 CL16 (£160), but looking at the price of this kit (~£90) it looks there is not much difference in terms of performance. Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't think the above G.Skill is worth double the money.
Even the MSI B450 Tomahwak can handle the 3950x according to HardwareUnboxed which is a beast of a processor.
The only thing that I don't like about that board it's somehow the astethics (it doesnt have some fancy vram, back inputs cover), and in some areas it can lack some features, but other...
Hello. I am looking for a silent PSU for my next build. Looking online the corsair RM series comes up a lot as a very good PSU being very silent.
I had experience with BeQuiet Straight Power series before, and this was silent for me.
So the question is: Why is the Corsair RM PSU more highly...