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rad upgrades on both riggs, a extra 480 on My AMD rigg what i use for crunching and VR gaming, the wires to the fans need sorting still.
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and my Intel rigg got a fat boy. both rads was given free by Phill thanks bud.
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Looks like you also have an excellent station for hard core Halo gaming, including good ol' Gearbox Halo CE 1.0.10!
 
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Motherboard 1.aorus x570 ultra 2. z270 Maximus IX Hero,4 MR9A PRO ATX X99
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Looks like you also have an excellent station for hard core Halo gaming,
thanks bud im well into halo but yet to play the latest.
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Gearbox Halo CE GGs:


And this one:

 
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Here is mine, built few days ago. Decided to go back to PC gaming.

AMD Ryzen 5 2600 (stock)
ASUS TUF 1660 6GB
MSI B450 Tomahawk
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 3000Mhz CL16
Seasonic S12II 520W
Aerocool Menace Saturn

mismatched fans and terrible cable management for fun
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Here is mine, built few days ago. Decided to go back to PC gaming.

AMD Ryzen 5 2600 (stock)
ASUS TUF 1660 6GB
MSI B450 Tomahawk
Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 3000Mhz CL16
Seasonic S12II 520W
Aerocool Menace Saturn

mismatched fans and terrible cable management for fun
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My B450 Tomahawk died unexpectedly and I found the VRM thermal pads to have a bunch of liquid!
 

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My B450 Tomahawk died unexpectedly and I found the VRM thermal pads to have a bunch of liquid!
That's silicone oil, not electrically conductive and normal to have on thermal pads.
 
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Case Corsair 275R
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That's silicone oil, not electrically conductive and normal to have on thermal pads.
There was a mini pool of it! It looked more like mouse piss!
 
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Finalized my Noctua/CableMod build :)

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My B450 Tomahawk died unexpectedly and I found the VRM thermal pads to have a bunch of liquid!
Had that happen with an MSI 970 gaming. It soaked through to the other side of the board. I presume it is a symptom of the VRMs getting too toasty for too long. The board failed, and the silicon oil was found on inspection obviously. I RMA'd to MSI. FX8350 and marathon Total War: Warhammer sessions fried it. It was in a Thor v2 full tower which had outstanding case cooling, so it wasn't getting hot boxed. If there was any doubt as to the cause of death, the replacement board fried from it as well. I gave up an built an OG Zen since it had recently launched.

I don't do showcase builds, and I have 5 PCS. Parts get swapped so often, even the PSU and board isn't safe from replacement. So I don't go bananas with cable management or anything. I refuse to plug in argb cables or install the software, so whatever the UEFI can do is all the RGB gets. :D I will add pics to this post shortly, so as to stay on topic.
 
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Yes! The Ryzen 7 5800X, came! Time-of-manufacturing code: 2234 (2022, week 34)
 
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Run a few benchmarks on your 5600X before you install it and then do so again after to see the difference! Not that I doubt reviewers, it's that real-world testing is just as insightful.
It's spanking my Ryzen 5 5600X, but why does it look like it's PBO'ing without my permission? 85C in Cinebench R23 multicore and 140W PPT. (according to HWiNFO64)
 
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It's spanking my Ryzen 5 5600X, but why does it look like it's PBO'ing without my permission? 85C in Cinebench R23 multicore and 140W PPT. (according to HWiNFO64)
Have you seen the Ryzen Owners Club?
Lot's of good help and info there. You likely need to change some settings in the UEFI. Undervolting seems to render good results.
 
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It's spanking my Ryzen 5 5600X, but why does it look like it's PBO'ing without my permission? 85C in Cinebench R23 multicore and 140W PPT. (according to HWiNFO64)

Have you seen the Ryzen Owners Club?
Lot's of good help and info there. You likely need to change some settings in the UEFI. Undervolting seems to render good results.

There's also 22 pages dedicated (mostly) to taming the 5800x here. It's hot-out-the-box:

 
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There's also 22 pages dedicated (mostly) to taming the 5800x here. It's hot-out-the-box:

This too! I was looking for it, Thanks for posting!

@RJARRRPCGP Lot's of good info to be had in both of those threads!
 
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This is the rig I just built listed in my system specs. Other than some cable management I have do on it, it's pretty much done.

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My first water cooled custom loop. 7900X and a Byski block on my old XFX 6900XT inside a Cooler Master HAF 700 EVO case.View attachment 269178
 

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Very nice setup! This is a perfect example of why 5.25" expansion bays are so very useful.
Thank you! Admittedly I have never used the CD/DVD drive, and I could control all my fans with a few splitters/fan hub.

At least the USB hub is nice because one of the ports allows for 20W charging

I would much rather replace the fan controller and DVD drive with a 5 in screen but those cost at least $70 CAD plus the cost of making my own drive bay cover for it. Anyways, I'm broke from buying a 6800
 
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Memory 128GB DDR5-4800/64GB DDR4-2666/32GB DDR4-3200
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Thank you! Admittedly I have never used the CD/DVD drive, and I could control all my fans with a few splitters/fan hub.

At least the USB hub is nice because one of the ports allows for 20W charging

I would much rather replace the fan controller and DVD drive with a 5 in screen but those cost at least $70 CAD plus the cost of making my own drive bay cover for it. Anyways, I'm broke from buying a 6800
actually got the same plan with a display on front - and ive got the idea of a mcgyver version aka recycling the display from an old huawei media pad 7 (standard lvds connector btw) but still need a lvds-to-dp converter (15€ in my case - still too greedy to buy it finally, which would mean that i need to reassemble this pc... oh sweet lazyness...:oops:)

but if i finally do it, i report here haha
 
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I don't believe that I ever posted a picture of my PC after I finished upgrading it last month.

This was how the system looked before I made the upgrades. This is how it looks now:

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It doesn't look much different, but the PC is better in the following ways.
  • CPU upgrade: R7 2700X -> R5 5500. Interestingly, the two CPUs are pretty much matched in multi-threaded performance. However, the 5500 has better gaming performance and sips power compared to the 2700X.
  • Graphics card modification: I relocated the 8-pin PCIe power connector on my 2060 Super for aesthetic reasons. See this post for an explanation.
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  • Radiator/fan upgrade: 1x Alphacool 140mm -> 1x Alphacool 240mm. The original 140mm rad actually did a pretty good job at cooling both the 2700X and the 2060 Super, but it just seemed weird to have an entire system cooled only by a single-fan rad.
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  • Memory upgrade: 2x8 GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3200 MHz -> 2x16 GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200 MHz. I needed low-profile memory sticks for clearance with the new radiator.
  • Power supply upgrade: be quiet! SFX-L 600W -> Corsair RM650x ATX 650W. I would've kept the be quiet! PSU, but it had a really short EPS 12V cable, for some reason. The cable was very tight, and I was worried that it would damage the motherboard.
Aside from the memory, these are all fairly marginal upgrades. I was more interested in fixing the graphics card power connector than anything else.
 

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A memory came up on Facebook for me today, 8 years ago today I was running a CLC :D

And my oldest fell asleep in my youngest bassinet with little Einsteins on tv lol :)

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Edit:

Trying out a different fan config on PA120, also trying out the fan header on the GPU for the lower fans :)

Edit again:

Ok the GPU header is not a strong enough.. bummer. PA120 is not quiet anymore :D

I might order another FC140 :(

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Edit again, forgot to mention I am out of good Tim, and using the last of my somewhat separated AS5. Needless to say, it’s not good lol.
 
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