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Old 05-15-2022, 07:18 PM   #7026
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Currently radiator is on the top.
Cooling config:
Front: 2 140mm intake (ML140 LED White)
Top: 2 120mm exhaust (rad) (ML120)
Back: 1 120 exhaust (ML120 LED White)
Side panel is on

Low load/Idle:
CPU: 45C
RAM: 37C
GPU: 40C

Stock 3080 settings atm. ASUS TUF 3080 nLHR
Fan curves are auto.

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Gaming:
CPU: 71C
RAM: 47C
GPU: 68C

without side panel it only goes down a few degrees each component, doesnt seem too significant. CPU does drop like 4-5C.

still sounds like a jet taking off though. using corsair ML120 and ML140 fans currently.
Sounds like PBO-related on the CPU side and fan curve related overall.

If it's mostly the GPU going like a jet engine, you can try undervolting it as well. I have the same card and mine is at 1830Mhz at 0.85v.
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Can someone recommend a local store that can swap out the cpu socket on a z390 motherboard? I messed up the pins.

Would it be cost efficient?
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Old 05-26-2022, 10:42 PM   #7028
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Can someone recommend a local store that can swap out the cpu socket on a z390 motherboard? I messed up the pins.

Would it be cost efficient?
How bad is it? You can usually bend the pins back carefully and then once it's in the socket, it'll straighten back out..



edit: nvm, misread.... pins on the motherboard. shit. sorry.
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PC Building Simulator 2: Open Beta (but it ends on June 20)

https://www.pcbuildingsim.com/post/p...or-2-open-beta

Has anyone played the first game? I never heard of it until last night and I spent a couple of hours playing the free demo. It was fun, although the demo felt kind simple and repetitive. I'll have to wait for reviews when the full game comes out to see if there's enough substance to the game for it to be something that I can continue to enjoy for months.

You're a Tech Support and you build/fix customer PC's. It's an interesting concept if you like to geek out on PC parts and the building aspect. All the components are real world licensed parts. Best thing is there is no part shortage like IRL, lol.

I tried to build my actual PC, substituting some parts that weren't available.
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