They likely couldn’t rush the release with manufacturing delays due to the pandemic. Unemployment rate in the US is now double digit percentage and headed towards great depression numbers, a new gpu would be an extreme luxury for many folks. Better to hold on releasing in hopes everything turns...
You need a digital in-line thermal sensor for it to avoid the fan issues.
You can purchase it separately: https://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DIDIMACHDD12/?customer-reviews&ratings.page=7
Or with a kit that includes all the tools and replacement adhesive etc...
I've had good lucky with my APCs, i have a pair of the 1500BX and one 1300BX, they're going on 7 years now and 2 of them started complaining about the battery health declining finally (replaced the 3rd about 2 years ago).
Depends what you're doing, for most workloads such as gaming and general productivity no.
If you're doing heavy video editing and/or encoding it can hammer the disk hard enough to get it to throttling temps.
99% of the time just a thermal pad on the nvme controller is sufficient (if any).
I'm a stickler for noise, the sound reducing padding Fractal Design puts on their panels is awesome and they are functional aesthetically pleasing too.
I was actually looking at the Define C regular for my next case.
There is an APC daemon called apcupsd for windows/unix (theres even some variations for android/esxi/webmin), unRAID has it built in and it works perfectly for my APC units.
Its this one: http://www.apcupsd.org/
Its not gui, but it has all the needed funcitons to call battery life, heath...
Any reason not to get the 3700x for the extra cores and frequency for only 20$ more?
Nevermind just noticed that was a combo for the board too
Basically if there is a medium to minor problem with the unit, they will resolve it by releasing v1.1 compared to v1.0 which might have a different controller, lcd, or board that had increased failure etc.
By recall the version I'm referring to from the customer/consumer, if it was a bad enough...
The home version are generally USB connected so no particularly major security concerns.
The enterprise versions sometimes have FW updates for the remote management controllers and snmp/network communique cards, but are usually few and far between.
To my knowledge the home versions aren't...
You squeeze out the amount and swirl it is what I did, it rested horizontally so the grease/oil separation came out semi evenly.
My contact with them was probably 5y ago, I used that big tube up years ago though, I'm on MX-4 now as I got annoyed with the burnin time and wanted final results faster.
Because almost everything is sold out related to work from home items, Amazon is currently prioritizing essential items a lot of things are pushed out past April 10th. If you need it now store pick up is the way.
Funny thing, they’re essential because they offer electronics for people to be able to work from home. They’re paying all their employees supposedly during the quarantine too. Kinda surprising from what ive heard about their normal antics towards employees.
Where did you get that info? When I contacted their support team about my 5y/o tube of AS5 they said it didnt have a shelf life.
They did note it might separate after years of sitting in the same position but wouldn’t affect its properties if remixed.
You likely need to turn off/disable speed stepping, it clocks the cpu down when not in heavy use to save power and heat, turning it off the cpu runs the CPU at 100% boost (or OC) all the time.
Thats probably why you're not seeing the 5.0ghz, its also why your processor probably isnt...
Agreed with Dan thats way too high for idle high 30s low 40s should be idle unless your ambient temp is 38c, I would reseat the cooler and reapply thermal paste
However I disagree about the 360mm AIO giving you noticably better cooling.
Fact of the matter the 9900k runs really hot, 90c+ is...
1909 I think is the only one you can avoid via normal updates (it has a separate download and install option), the cumulative updates I think go up to 1903 currently.
Regular updates/patches would turn it into 1903 I believe, not sure if you could try to do download only and not install those...