1950x

  1. V

    Ryzen 1950x heats up my entire room, what can I do?

    I like to run Ark: Survival Evolved on Epic with tons of mods and while my 1950X never gets too hot, usually about 40°C, my room is a different story. I have to keep the AC running at all times otherwise the whole room heats up like crazy. What can I do to keep my CPU from heating up my room...
  2. cageymaru

    AMD Officially Lowers the Pricing on Ryzen Threadripper First Generation Processors

    AMD has officially lowered the pricing on their first generation Threadripper processors. The 16C/32T Ryzen Threadripper 1950X now carries a Suggested E-tailer Price (SEP) of $799. The 12C/24T Ryzen Threadripper 1920X has a huge discount with a new SEP of $399. Finally the pricing on the...
  3. FrgMstr

    Free i7-8086 Got You Down - Trade it for a Threadripper 1950X

    Would you want to trade your free Intel i7-8086 for a free 16-Core Threadripper 1950X? It looks like 40 folks will get to burden themselves with that exact question. Let me help you in your decision, but I will not take sides here. All I have to say is, "Don't be stupid." Take that to mean...
  4. FrgMstr

    Koolance CPU-400A-S TR4 Threadripper CPU Water Block Review @ [H]

    Koolance CPU-400A-S TR4 Threadripper CPU Water Block Review Koolance is a well known name in the mainstream water cooling market but over the years it has paid more attention to the enterprise market. Koolance is however dipping its toe into the Threadripper cooling market, when others aren't...
  5. Darkswordz

    Hot? Ryzen 1950X + Gigabyte AORUS X399 Mobo = $1019.99 @ Newegg

    Newegg has a combo deal for the Ryzen 1950X (16c/32t) + Gigabyte AORUS X399 Motherboard for $1,269.98 - $249.99 = $1,019.99. This seems like a pretty good deal. I'm a bit concerned about those mobo reviews though. :unsure:
  6. FrgMstr

    EK EVO Threadripper Waterblock Breakdown & Comparison

    We just got our EK EVO Threadripper waterblock in for testing, but before we started all that, since we bought it used in the HardForum, we wanted to make sure the inside was clean of debris. While we have it broken down to check it out, we noticed that the microfin pattern looks incredible...
  7. thesmokingman

    Backbreaker, my 1950x build

    Backbreaker, because it's really getting too heavy that it hurts to move. And the name kind of goes with the whole Threadripper thing. I don't usually do build threads because I tend to build them too quickly but this one is going to take a little longer than usual and I didn't want to keep...
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