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Well, hi WolF here, i Need ideas about totally Razer themed Gaming / Content creating Gaming Room. Space is around 144sqf, it can be more it can be less. I will built it based on A perfect Idea which will give Peace to my Eye and brain. ❤️ I've seen so many Ideas but there wasn't any that my eye, brain liked. Background is my concern cause what will be useful behind my back? A resting Sofa? Or similar things and Yes there will be two streamers. My daughter and Obviously me. All of my requirements is for her basically, she loves razer More than i do She is only 2, and knows how to practice on * Aimlab * Well not that much but haven't seen anyone like her. Maybe there is. Help me with ideas or thoughts about this project. Not in Rush, will do it slow and steady with Perfection. This is my first post since joined, Well i think I'm safe here.
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Just like how Microsoft no longer provide patches and security updates for old Windows OSs, that time has come for one of the GPU architecture from NVIDIA. The Kepler series Click the following link to get more information~~~ Nvidia officially ends driver support for Kepler GPUs, Windows 7 & 8 | TechSpot Briefly; battlestations that are running on Windows with the Kepler series GPU will no longer receive the following updates from NVIDIA Performance patches Graphics optimizations But the cards will receive critical security updates for next 3 years, but what is a GPU that does not deliver best gaming performance and optimizations? By setting your gaming to low quality and resolution settings, you can still enjoy the games on the Kepler series. I would advise to upgrade!!
Insiders! This week's Thread of the Week is easy. Show me your awesome and amazing battlestations! All entries* will get the Battlestations achievement. If you already have it, you might get it again! And for those of you with some really impressive weapons of war, I'll be sure to drop some more Razer Silver your way. *You must upload a photo of your setup. If it looks sus I may not reward you. Make an attempt to look presentable. Achievements granted at my discretion. Be honest. Play fair. - - - About Razer Silver: Razer Silver is the only loyalty rewards credits backed by Razer. Earn Silver when you Pay with Razer or engage in software and services from Razer and our Partners. For more information on Razer Silver visit: https://gold.razer.com/silver/earn Need to Reload Gold?
What you see is a GPU heatsink and GPU board (heat source). In one of my GPU_TALK! thread, I have discussed it is important to get the correct thermal pad size and close the gap between the heat source and heat sink. Leaving a gap does not help with cooling down the heat from the GPU. Thermal conductivity of heat transfer will be incomplete. Other thing that can cause a gap, are GPU screws that is used to enclose the chassis. The important lesson is, you must align the screw holes properly before screwing in the screws. If the screw holes are not aligned properly, you might not be able to enclose the chassis. Miss-aligned screw holes and attempting to force the screws in; it will push the other side of the board, eventually creating a gap between the heat source and the heatsink. I noticed that my GPU heat sensor was at 87 degrees Celsius when I play games. I found this odd, since I just replaced both my thermal paste and thermal pad. I did recall, I was trying to force screw i
We hear stories the pre-applied thermal paste and thermal pad on GPUs are horrible. Horrible as in "quality" It sure is horrible~~~ The GPU you see above is my recently purchased new GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2080 TI. Making custom changes like water cooling, thermal paste and pad can be risky, because your warranty on the card becomes nullified. So I ask, would you risk losing your GPU warranty to apply better thermal paste and pad on your GPU? Aftermath, the readings on GPU temperature against the clock work improved. Low temperature against fast clock work on GPU I am thinking a thermal paste and pad can cost about $40 - $60 USD (depending on the brand and its quality)
I've got a plan going for a new PC build that revolves around the Razer Tomahawk ITX case and the Raptor 27 144Hz monitor. I'm not into AAA titles or huge new releases, since I don't really have much time during the week to play games, especially not competitively, so I won't need much graphical power or any RTX type stuff for it, as the only game I own that would take advantage of anything that powerful is Borderlands 3. Anyways, here's the build I've been using for almost a year now: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X AMD Radeon Sapphire PULSE RX 5600 XT Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C16 Corsair RM 550x PSU ASUS TUF Gaming B550M-PLUS AMD AM4 motherboard w/ Wi-Fi 6 Corsair Force Series MP600 1TB Gen4 PCIe X4 NVMe M.2 SSD DIYPC DIY-F2-W White SPCC Micro ATX Mini Tower Computer Case (with WAY too many stickers!) (don't ask me what the case fans are, I don't even know, I just know there's two Noctua 120mm ones in it) and as for peripherals, Razer Kraken Tournament Edition Wired
As the title states I got to investigating my 5600 today and noticed next to my 8 pin PCIe there is a 4 pin header like the ones on your mobo I googled trying to findout what it could be used for but no luck can anyone give me some insight? Also if posted in wrong forum tell me which forum to move thread to.
If you live and breathe PCMR, spent countless hours tweaking your rig or simply own a cool gaming station, here’s the thread to share it with us! Hey Insiders, Many of us own a cherished PC rig—completely tweaked to suit our gaming needs. Whether it’s the latest GPU, that must-have CPU, or a station that’s completely decked out in sick RGB, we want to see it. So if you’re proud of your gaming station, upload photos and tell us what parts you’re using. Blow us away and you might just get your setup featured on our social channels. Share your Battlestations now and let’s talk PC together!
We all want that excellent / high performing battlestation; although RTX 3080 TI is now released, the shortage of GPUs still goes on, thanks to scalpers who continue to purchase from Best Buy and Micro Centers and resell them at such ridiculous prices in Ebay. In North America continent, nvidia RTX 3080 TI FE retail price is $1199.99 USD. Don't support the scalpers. They are the enemies to all gamers that seek GPU marketing justice. If you are thinking of an alternative solution, GTX 1080 TI could be an answer and for many years to come. GTX 1080 TI may lack the following features~~ Ray tracing (check out what games support Ray tracing) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_games_with_ray_tracing_support Deep Learning Super Sampling (check out what games support DLSS) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_games_with_DLSS_support Benchmark comparison to some of nvidia and radeon series But the card still has the potential to play all the latest games and for many years to com
Howdy y'all. Just built a new pc in the Razer Tomahawk A1 ATX case. The specs. CASE : Razer Tomahawk A1 ATX MOBO: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X AIO COOLER: Lian Li Galahad 360 CASE FANS: Lian Li Uni SL120 (×6) RAM: G.SKILL TridentZ Neo 32gb (4x8gb) SSD1: Samsung 970 Evo 1TB SSD2: Samsung 970 Evo 500GB PSU: Corsair RM850 Gold GPU: ASUS Tuf Gaming GTX 1650 SUPER Here are a few pictures, sorry didn't take many pictures during the build (also ignore that garbage Logitech mouse)
My simple basic rig,build and designed by my ownself. Still going to upgrade my streaming hardware with Razer Product. I'm planning to create my own theme on my Rig that was called ROG x Razer, which I will combined the most hardware and accesories for those two brand. Rig Spec: Asus ROG Strix B460-F Gaming Motherboard Intel Core i5-10600K, 4.1Ghz-Turbo 4.8Ghz, 12MB Cache, 6C 12T Asus Phoenix nVidia Geforce GTX1650 OC GDDR6 Acer AOPEN 24inch Gaming Monitor 165Hz Dell P2012H 20inch Secondary Display 60Hz XPG Spectrix D41 RGB DDR4 RAM 24GB @3x8GB XPG Spectrix S40G RGB M2 PCIE SSD 512GB XPG Gammix S11 Pro M2 SSD 512GB Razer Cynosa Chroma Gaming Keyboard Razer Basilisk V2 Gaming Mouse Razer Kraken X Mercury Headset Razer Emote Display Razer Seirin Mini Condenser Mic Fantech Luminous C30 Quad HD Webcam Cooler Master MWE 500W Power Supply Aigo Water Square 5 ATX Chassis F007 Audio Mixer ID-Cooling Zoomflow 240X Snow ARGB CPU Cooler 5inch Display NZXT CAM UI Monitoring Syst
I am newbie here never once build a pc but, after looking around i feel like to build one for my self. need kind of advice from you smart people here ^_^ if there is something i need to add or change that would help me a lot for building this pc. here is the specs that i come up with: Motherboard: ASRock X570 TAICHI RAZER Edition AM4 AMD X570 SATA 6Gb/s ATX AMD Motherboard CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 16-Core 3.4GHz (4.9GHz Max Boost) Memory: 64GB CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO 3000MHz Water Cooling: not sure which one is good System Fans: not sure which one is good GPU: RTX 3080 OS: Windows 10 64bit OS Drive: 2TB Samsung 980 PRO Storage: 4TB Samsung 870 QVO Series Power Supply: CORSAIR 750 RMx SERIES PLUS GOLD ( not sure if this is the best for this kind of horse power ) Cases: Corsair 680X ( my opinion with best cooling is this one, if there is better option let me know ) Noted: if there is something i need to change or added to this list feel free to let me know. thank you for helping m
When buying a second hand GPU, be sure to test it using benchmark software and observe the GPU internal attributes using MSI Afterburner Certain things to watch out for during heavy load~~~ Temperature of GPU Stable or fluctuating core clock Release date of the GPU To maintain the GPU architecture from burning up, a thermal paste and heat sink is used. The thermal paste and its chemical compound expires after 2 - 3 years (depends on what the GPU was used for), so be sure to check the status of the thermal paste within the GPU. Update with my new but second hand NVIDIA GTX 1080 TI FE 11 GB, I have noticed an unusual behavior of temperature spike and fluctuating core clock. First I thought it was due to limited thermal throttling, it turns out the pre-applied thermal paste compound has become petrified, solid and expired. After purchasing few new tools and GPU cleaning products, the GPU is running like new again and even better. Isopropyl Alcohol Screwdrivers Thermal paste spreade
Hi everyone, I'm just curious if anyone knows when Razer Squad rewards season six will start? I've been grinding for a few months now on the Pay to Play aspect of Razer Cortex and I'm hoping to participate in Season Six of Razer Squad Rewards. I've looked on Cortex, razer.com, and here on insider but I couldn't find an actual start date, just the "Stay Tuned for Season Six, Starting April 2021!" message on the Cortex page. Thanks in advance!
This is my first build in about 10-15 years and defiantly my first go at ARGB, cold cathodes were the thing back in my day. System comprises of the below. Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Motherboard - ASrock B550 Razer Edition RAM - 16GB G-Skill 3600 GFX Card - MSI 3060 Gaming X Trio CPU Cooler - Lian Li GALAHD 3600mm Rad Fans - 6 x Lian Li ST120 Power Supply - Corsair RM SERIES RM850 850W Storage - WD BLACK SN850 1TB NVMe SSD; PCIe Gen4 Case - Lian Li Dynamin Razer Edition. Still having issues with this wont sync in studio :slightly_sad: Monitor - 7" Display in case running Aida64 Main Monitor - MSI Optix 34" Wide Screen 3440x1440 Keyboard - Razer Cynosa V2 Mouse - Razer Basilisk V2 Mouse Matt - Razer Goliathus Extended Chroma Speaker - Razer Nommo Chroma Headphones - Razer Nari Other - Razer ARGB Controller fitted external to case with the Max of 240 LEDs connected. Don't think I've missed anything Any comments would be appreciated like any improvements to make?
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