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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby Shagittarius » 2018-11-10 @ 03:56

My New PC:

i9 9900k @ 5Ghz w/ Corsair H150i pro 360mm AIO (Top Mounted)
2X 8GB RGB Hyper-Z DDR4-4133Mhz (Though only gotten it stable at 4000 so far)
Asus Maximus Hero XI
Nvidia RTX 2080 TI
SoundBlaster Zx
Samsung 970 Pro 512GB M.2
Samsung 840 Pro 256MB
Samsung 840 Evo 256MB
Toshiba 4TB HDD
Corsair 850Watt Gold Cert. PSU
Corsair D800 Case modified to remove hotplug backplane
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby oeuvre » 2018-11-11 @ 00:22

How are your 9900K's power usage temps under full load?
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby Shagittarius » 2018-11-11 @ 01:10

oeuvre wrote:How are your 9900K's power usage temps under full load?


I think it was maxing out at 72C running Prime @ 5Ghz, If I run 3 Cores at 5.0, 3 @ 4.8, and 2 at 4.7 its stays below 62C. Since all this gear is so new I'm not convinced that I've got all the power requirements dialed in as best as they could be yet, but in my opinion it runs pretty cool and I'm not sweating it. I've never even seen it run at stock, looking forward to messing with this more.
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby buckeye » 2018-11-12 @ 14:44

Just curious what monitor you're using with this? Nice hardware!
Foxconn Q45M E8400 Core2 Duo 2GB DDR2 800 160GB BFG Geforce 7950GT 512MB 500W XP SP2
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby Shagittarius » 2018-11-12 @ 15:02

I'm waiting for the 144Hz Gsync HDR 32" 4K Monitors to come out then down to under 1k so currently I'm still running at 1080p @60Hz on a 40" Sony XBR-9.
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby oeuvre » 2018-11-13 @ 04:01

Hm, not sure what's going on with my temps... under full load (re - Prime95, max heat) I'm getting around 80-82C on my 9700K and idle in the high 20s/early 30s. Upgraded cooler to a beefy be quiet! shadow rock II rated at 180W TDP and still the same...
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby Shagittarius » 2018-11-13 @ 04:49

I retested with Max heat and I am getting around 82C as well. I guess I was running on a blended workload before.
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby oeuvre » 2018-11-13 @ 13:52

Guess they just run super hot...
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Re: Post your 'current' PC

Postby Shagittarius » 2018-11-13 @ 15:08

Well rest easy knowing that Prime95 is a torture test and you are unlikely to see loads approaching that ever in real world use.

My 2080TI on any modern game will run right up to 85C and then stay from around 80-82C. I think its just set up to not care until it hits that thermal level, then it throttles down which honestly when I'm currently running at 60 FPS 1080p is really not necessary. Frame limiting FTW.

Seems everything now is desgined to run right up to it's envelopes, which I guess is a good thing, no one is squirelling away performance. Maybe when we start to see 7nm they may start not pushing hardware so hard again for gains? That would be artificial though anyways, why not run full-out?
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