- Mar 14, 2009
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|System Name||Rainbow puke/ Orange Poop|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 3600/ AMD Ryzen 2600x|
|Motherboard||ASRock X570 Gaming 4s/ ASRock B450- pro 4 atx|
|Cooling||Cooler master Master Air/ Corsair H110i|
|Memory||16GB G.Skill TridentZ 3200MHZ|
|Video Card(s)||Zotac 2080 Super AMP|
|Storage||Corsair 512gb PCI-E 4.0/ 960 EVO 500gb/256gb Inland Premium 2280 M2|
|Display(s)||ACER 144hz 27"|
|Case||Thermaltake Commander C33/ Radimax Gama (LoL)|
|Mouse||Red Dragon RGB 602 Griffin|
|Software||Windows 10Pro x64|
Yeah I know what you mean for the longest time 300mhz is all I could do until I made an extremely aggressive fan curve after 45c and it's good...My 1070ti with Micron VRAM can only do about +350MHz on it before things get unstable. At first I thought +400 worked OK, but the card would TDR 1-2 times/month.
I'll have to assume very few actually care about rock solid stability. Most people that OC do it the fast&dirty way after settings they've seen on the web, with close to 0 stresstesting.
I used to care more about the noise but I use headphones now so it doesn't matter.
Triple fan cooler is nice for the silence and does a fantastic job keeping the temps down.
At 2124/2500 the GPU is at a constant 72c but it holds there... Thinking of going even more aggressive with the fan curve.