Well sure but surely not that much performance with just Win 10 running and no foreground apps ? I mean the config is very similar to my other workstation and I get amazing write speeds on my OS drive.
My system is an i9 on a z390 board with 64Gb of DDR4 Ram and a 3080.
The two onboard M.2 slots are taken up with two NVME SSD's - A 2tb Seagate Firecuda 510 and a WD 2Tb.
There are also 2 spinners in there for backup.
The Seagate Firecuda is the C drive (booting Windows 10).
The WD NVME is a...
My MB is an Asus ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING.
My CPU is an i9-9900k OC'd to 4.9
I currently have 2x32Gb of Vegeance RGB pro in my system
The module model numbers are CMW64GX4M2E3200C16 (16-20-20-38) 3200Mhz
They work perfectly giving me 64GB of RAM.
I have another set of Vengeance RGB...
I have a new laptop coming that has a 512gb nvme M.2 SSD in it.
I want to add an extra 1Tb and I have a Samsung Evo 850 1Tb 2.5" SSD sata or a 1tb M.2 nvme Sabrent Rocket.
At the moment the Samsung is in my desktop system (boot on that is a 2Tb Seagate firecuda nvme)
The laptop can take...
I have just OC'd my CPU and was wondering if the temps I am getting are normal ?
My system spec is :
CPU: i9 9900k
AIO: Corsair H100i Platinum
MB: Asus ROG Strix z390-F Gaming
Ram: Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 3000 MHz RAM - 32Gb (2x16)
SSD 1 : Seagate 2tb Firecuda 510 M.2 NVME (boot)
Thanks for the info :)
I have a ROG Strix z390-f GAMING motherboard with an i9 9900k CPU.
Does you happen to know if this board will support 2 x 32GB DIMM's ?
(The ones I was thinking of buying are these : https://www.scan.co.uk/products/64gb...-16-20-20-38-1 )
The board manual only says...
My system currently has 32Gb of RAM in 2 16Gb modules which are Corsair Vengenance RGB pro modules with the individual part numbers of CMWX16GC3200C16W4.
This is a z390 motherboard with an i9 9900k
For work I need to be able to run several VM's so I am planning to put another 32gb of RAM in...
I just installed an MSI 2080ti Trio Gaming X and have some issues :
Whilst playing a game the fans were very loud. Even after the game had finished (just surfing the web for an hour) the fans stayed on full blast. The only thing to make them quiet again was a reboot.
SO whilst they...
Now a FOURTH option after much discussion he has also got me to agree to build a PC for him if that seems a better option. He already has a case, 750w Corsair PSU and drives.
So, he is looking at the following component line ups :
CPU/MB : Either a i-79700k or a i9-9900K with appropriate...
My friend has asked me for advice between three systems he is looking at and i'm not totally sure which to advise as one is £1000 more expensive, is probably better quality BUT is it a grand better ?
He isn't worried about storage as he has a 1tb SSD and a WD Black spinner already.