I've bought the cable U.2 to M.2 from Intel
You know, after all that time I spent figuring out how to attach a U.2 to an M.2 last year with riser cables and OCuLink adapter cards and SAS cables, etc, this would sorted that problem out in a second. I am greatful this exists.I've bought the cable U.2 to M.2 from Intel
But seems is not available anymore? Here of another brand
I did with my Noctua NH-L12. I'm not sure I still have the result though.
Got the gibabyte x570 mobo. but I can't seem to fit it in the case. It got an pre applied i/o shielt and it seems to be to vide. annyone got the same mobo?
Update, problem was those rubber spacers thats behind the GPU was protruding the motherbord tray and came in conflict with tha backpalate of the motherborad. didnt notice before i was to install the gpu that i've pushed them out
I am using 2 x Scythe Kaze Slim for the radiator in my Ghost, the NF-A12x15 Chromax hadn't been released when I bought them. I have been really impressed with these little fans, good airflow and noise levels. Bonus was they were also $10 cheaper apiece.A small update, after weeks of testing and real use:
I've swapped the Noctua A12x15 for the Scythe Kaze Slim. The Scythe is a LOT more silent in general. I don't know if it's related to the BlackRidge, the panel cutout, etc, but during a normal use is way more silent, and the sound pitch is more "natural". On HIGH speed, is louder than the Noctua.
I've tested first the ECO mode on the 3900X, learning a bit how the PBO, PPC, TDC and EDC work.
Well, I've set up now in the BIOS the PPC and EDC to 100 and the TDC to 70. The system now UNDER LOAD is 10 DEGREES lower: same single core speed and frequency, only lost in multithread 150mhz.
During Vray and Blender rendering scene all 12 threads stay between 3.9 and 3.85 GHz.
Thanks to this, the fan never really ramp to the max speed!
So.. next batch when?
Well, I don't know when another batch will run. Things have been busy at my work so not much time to think about it lately. I'll have to give it some thought soon and try to update everyone.+1 also waiting for next batch
Palit does a 1660 Super single fan GPU. The 1660 Ti is such a minor step above the Super that I would always look at the Super first. If the price difference is <$20, then get the Ti still.Not related, but the price of Palit GTX 1660Ti single fan recently dropped to around 264 USD in where I live. Comes with 5 years warranty.
5600 XT, on the other hand, just came at around 321 USD (but no single fan model at the moment).
The cheapest 2060 single fan model is around 339 USD.
Do you think the 1660Ti, at that price, is the best to get at the moment?