Dawid Does Personal Build Update

28 apr. 2021
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I fix some small problems I had have had for a while with my main personal system.
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  • I sometimes forget 55°C on a 1080ti isn't normal and I spent the price of a entry level pc on water cooling lol. CPU still pretty toasty at 87°C but that's a R5 3600 at 4.2GHz.

    Heino BrummerHeino Brummer11 uur geleden
  • Very odd. I have the same Card as you in a Lancool 2 Mesh case with a x63 CPU cooler. Basically the same configuration. I have 3 stock 120mm fans at the front and my temperature is 70C (auto fan speed) during games and 60 when I made the card fans more aggressive.(70% under load)

    McApocMcApocDag geleden
  • Such a clean build. Just imagine if you'd used 6 Corsair RGB fans--would take this from great to outstanding.

    britkingbritkingDag geleden
  • Arctic makes some of the best "cheap" fans I have used. They have high speed or high pressure in 5 packs for $30 and I have been using them for years.

    Psiborg XPsiborg X2 dagen geleden
  • Aren't the two fans in the last ( aio and exhaust) gonna create a void in between which is actually hampering the cooling? They both are trying to move the air out from the same area

    Yuvraj SinghYuvraj Singh2 dagen geleden
  • You say you're "stuck" with this 3080....but let me tell you. I am positive that thing would sell in .4seconds with the way the GPU market is currently lol

    KvasyKvasy2 dagen geleden
  • Holy crap I have been watching your videos for over a year now and just realised that I wasn't subbed. Silly me!

    A.J MathewA.J Mathew2 dagen geleden
  • Music you used in 3:39 sounds like chowder title card music

    Barry McKochnerBarry McKochner3 dagen geleden
  • Dawid I had that red lipped 3080 it shorted out and evga sent me a black lipped 3080 Ftw and it was 10c cooler my friend had to do the same thing

    Michael LimaMichael Lima3 dagen geleden
  • DUDE!!!!!!!!!!!! you got dents in your radiator fins on the water cooler, not good at all

    shinya2104shinya21043 dagen geleden
  • Man, you really butchered that 3080 didn't you? My XC3 3090 never goes above 75C in a Meshify C with an undervolt and maxed power limit.

    spire107spire1073 dagen geleden
  • Get the Arctic GPU Extreme Cooler

    DaMe_LucieDaMe_Lucie4 dagen geleden
  • Pro tip: Remove the AIO (it's ugly anyway, those pipes aargh) Install something like Noctua D15 or be quit Dark rock pro blowing uppwards Install 2 more of those Noctua fans blowing out How many lower temps?

    Amer HubaAmer Huba5 dagen geleden
  • strangle a diesel engine in a bath

    Safe DaveSafe Dave5 dagen geleden
  • If you hate your 3080 that much then give it to me 🤣🤣🤣 i won't mind it's temperature .

    Waheed Ullah YaqubWaheed Ullah Yaqub6 dagen geleden
  • You remeber me of a mate that i didnt like, but i like you 😄

    Mentalist 00Mentalist 006 dagen geleden
  • Daai build van jou lyk pragtig. Defnitief 'n inspirasie vir my volgende ene.

    Louis NelLouis Nel7 dagen geleden
  • Why didn’t you just go Voltage control for the fans instead of PWM for the BQuiet on the mb settings (since the cheapest mobos have them).

    Mockin LeafdropMockin Leafdrop7 dagen geleden
  • And dats not even like the heat spot degree its probably like 100 degrees or so :v

    albert futoalbert futo8 dagen geleden
  • One of your problems before moving the Rad was the orientation to the pump. The pump should always be lower than the radiator to stop trapped air. You fixed it though just by moving the rad to the top

    RossRoss8 dagen geleden
  • Hot components drive me crazy.

    Charles FranksCharles Franks8 dagen geleden
  • Dawid... so are you saying the Silent Wings 3 fans are noisy? :( i just ordered some

    LadiozLadioz8 dagen geleden
  • *Dawid, use Noctua fans for GPU and make another video?* I replaced my EVGA GTX1080 FTW3 fans with "Noctua NF-A9 PWM chromax" (black) fans (and the 4-pin adapter for smaller fan header, and zip-ties)... the noise was greatly reduced and this especially helped in Linux where fan control was difficult... I had two issues, both of which I resolved: #1) weird noise even in light fan spinning (I moved the fan connection for the fan NOT sitting over the GPU processor to a motherboard fan header and the noise went away. So some issue with fan power delivery I guess as the Noctua's were more demanding.. not a noise issue as I set the fan RPM to range from 20% up to a max of 40% based on CPU temp which seems sufficient to cool the VRAM etc... some cards allow EXTERNAL GPU's to be plugged in, and some SOFTWARE allows the GPU temp to control motherboard fans as well) #2) EVGA Precision software crashed ( this was because I'd removed the GPU shroud with the LED's in it... this confused the software, so I simply removed EVGA Precision X1 then reinstalled it and it works) My entire system with R9-3900x + Noctua NH-D15 + GTX1080 + two front Noctua case fans is almost silent. When gaming the front fans rarely go past 400RPM. The GPU fans are never audible except a GPU stress test and the CPU with all 24 threads loaded is only noticeable above roughly 80% load (depending on room temperature as well)... I used Asus DIP5 software to analyze my CPU voltage/overclock and to test custom fan profiles which are tweaked around noise. *I tuned the GPU fan profile (which only controls one fan now) to stay super low then only ramp up heavily close to 80degC. I know you can gain a SMALL PERFORMANCE benefit to keeping temperatures low but I'll take low noise over a 4% FPS gain. I have my CPU fans set to ramp up at 76degC as that is optimal in my setup (it's a bit weird because I can get quick spikes so it's a bit of an art form to balance that but in the end I found keeping CPU fans at 30% until 65degC then ramping up to 50% max RPM at 76degC then jumping to 80% was ideal for me. Never had this issue with my Intel i7-3770K but it appears that due to the CHIPLET approach you can get hot-spots over 70degC even with only 10% CPU usage. Such as hot spot on the I/O die? **To be clear, I did a lot of EXPERIMENTATION and concluded that case fans had rapidly diminishing benefit to going above 500RPM for my setup. The general opinion for cooling is to concentrate on cooling closest to the heat source. When I set all my fans to a CONSTANT RPM then set a GPU stress test, increasing the front intake fans to 2x their RPM made the system much louder but only made a 2degC difference in temp... but changing out the GPU fans made a massive difference in how quiet I could get things.

    Jeffrey PhotonboyJeffrey Photonboy9 dagen geleden
  • I hate those stock NZXT fans. I replaced them with Be Quiets and I’ve been very satisfied with the cooling and noise.

    Landon CarrollLandon Carroll9 dagen geleden
  • Dude my 3080 never goes above like 72° even when playing really demanding games with 99% usage and core clock stays around 1900mhz to 2000mhz. I guess it really does matter which specific version of a card you buy. I have a much less powerful CPU though mind you so that probably contributes and I'm confident my case has better cooling.

    User 5748User 57489 dagen geleden
  • Change the thermalpads of the gpu

    Matrix DzMatrix Dz9 dagen geleden
  • I love how the gpu moved when his hit his hands on the desk. 1:02

    Richard_Does_TechnologyRichard_Does_Technology9 dagen geleden
  • Woah woah dawid slow down, your becoming another Linus tech tips

    El SapoEl Sapo9 dagen geleden
    • *you're

      El CactuarEl Cactuar8 dagen geleden
  • Dawind: *Complains about 82C on a 3080* me: *cries in 3060ti Ventus 2x reaching 96C gpu Hotspot temp*

    Ashley LycanAshley Lycan9 dagen geleden
  • Have you tried replacing the thermal paste on your GPU?

    G. LinzanG. Linzan9 dagen geleden
  • Mate you can fix the 3080 temp issues by chucking it in a case with direct airflow like the coolermaster nr200! Maybe it’s time to go itx

    LeboPlaysLeboPlays9 dagen geleden
  • Lemme fix that 3080 "problem" for ya for free. Just tell me where yo PC at.

    CrestCrest9 dagen geleden
  • El canal que solo vive de comprar pcs y burlarse de ellas, cómo se llama el canal que solo vive de comprar pcs y burlarse de ellas?

    KaisenKaisen9 dagen geleden
  • Your aio might crap out in your old setup, the air inside it was in your pump. That is no good. Mounting on the top was the best thing to do.

    TheMadnes5TheMadnes59 dagen geleden
  • Wait is Dawid from South Africa 🤔

    NdumismanFNNdumismanFN9 dagen geleden
  • I don't even have fans this guy is just flexing

    yookyook9 dagen geleden
  • My concern since you didn't buy a case with intake fans, is not getting good cfm fans with good static pressure to pull through the case grill. Setting the fan's on dc mode in the bios could regulate fan speed based on voltage increase so you don't limit the cfm using a limiter. Your case isn't designed for air cooling, it's an afterthought from aio. Getting a cooler master h500m with air cooling cpu, you wouldn't have a gpu cooling issue

    wickedfuctupwickedfuctup9 dagen geleden
  • time to watercool the gpu!

    jamesjames9 dagen geleden
  • Tarkov isn't meant to be fun. For anyone or anything.

    Eric DayEric Day9 dagen geleden
  • Bro what are you doing? You've got to use a AMD FX 8350 or 8370, all the tech youtubers are switching over to FX cpu's. Their clearly superior.

    ZaptosisZaptosis9 dagen geleden
  • OMG IS THAT SINGLE CHANNEL RAM?!?

    Robert GaitherRobert Gaither10 dagen geleden
  • So when are you reviewing your cat?

    Jaden KowalskiJaden Kowalski10 dagen geleden
  • 00:07 What model BENQ is that, Dawid?

    ghalloraghallora10 dagen geleden
  • I'm sitting here and trying to visualize the airflow patterns and I keep ending up with pretty awful airflow over the GPU area. After the rebuild you have three fans exhausting air out top and top back and two fans blowing air into the case from the front. Granted that's three 120mm exhaust fans and two 140mm intake fans, and yet I don't like the numbers. You might have been better off with three 120mm fans for the intake, and if it's possible even add bottom intake fan or fans. As it is most of the air will go the path of least resistance and move along the front potion of the case up to the top and top back exhausts. The air around the graphics card will have relatively little movement and recirculate a lot through the graphics card HSF. Just having a lot of air moving through a case doesn't mean it's going to be great at cooling all the components. Where the airstreams are determines how much good they do. one possible radical option would be to reverse the fans in the front, and if using only two fans there then close off the open area below them. Remove or reverse the top back fan, it would need testing to see which option works best. The result would be a negative pressure case where air would enter through any bottom intake and the perforations in the expansion area below the graphics card. This way you disrupts the pocket of captured air below the graphics card and provide fresh air into the area. It's not a certain fix, but it is a possibility. And it carries the typical problems you get with a negative air pressure build such as dust buildup around every whole in the case where air can be sucked in. It could also be possible to construct an airduct from a front fan to blow air into the area below the graphics card. But that takes some construction and people would probably complain about it being ugly. Then there's the possibility of just adding a free mounted fan forcing air to circulate below the graphics card. Also not a guaranteed solution, and people will think it looks strange and / or is ugly. Darn, things like this was so much easier back when we didn't treat our computers like aquariums and tried to show their innards off... Whatever the case you need to get some outside air into that air pocket.

    Blahorga SliskBlahorga Slisk10 dagen geleden
  • While you were looking at the GPU temps, I was looking at the RAM usage for EFT.

    John DoeJohn Doe10 dagen geleden
  • Came for PC stuff, subscribed for the hyperbole.

    Mr hendernatMr hendernat10 dagen geleden
  • Would have been hilarious if he started the video with one stick of ram in there and said oh my bad and put the second one in

    Randon BullockRandon Bullock10 dagen geleden
  • De-shroud that sucker and afix some 90mm case fans!

    apple appleapple apple10 dagen geleden
  • Dawid or anyone good with pcs i have a 2060 and a r5 3600 i dont know why but i get 40 percent usage on rocket league i cant tell if its too high or too low considering rocket league is easy to run

    FlailyFlaily10 dagen geleden
  • For a 3080 thats cheaper and smaller like that, 80C on core temp is pretty expected. The undervolting makes sense cuz they are similar to AMD in that regard now somehow, where with Ampere the current is able to increase so wattage limit is lifted AKA higher boost with similar or slightly lower temps. But I mean, thats why other 3080s are like vehicle engine blocks in cooler weight lol

    ManjushriManjushri10 dagen geleden
  • So where do we pickup the analogy of the day toilet paper you have? Not sure how your beautiful brain got to choking a Diesel engine under water, but god bless you, sir! 😂😂😂

    PinkyTechPinkyTech10 dagen geleden
  • @Dawid Does Tech Stuff Your 3080 is smaller than my 5700 XT XD

    MacHacJacMacHacJac10 dagen geleden
  • Cable management

    Jc EverythingJc Everything10 dagen geleden
  • This 3080 looks tiny compared to my AORUS one.

    heresyV6heresyV610 dagen geleden
  • hey dawid I have a question. is it normal for a laptop with a 5400 rpm hard drive to run at high disk usage even with windows completely reset. i've had the high disk usage issue with my dell inspiron 3000 every since I got it. hope to hear back from you because within the next couple days I plan to send it back.

    Mr. PizzaMr. Pizza10 dagen geleden
  • Why not just set your fan % decently high manually on afterburner before you game?

    Lick On myLick On my10 dagen geleden
    • That’s what I do so I’m genuinely asking to know if that’s bad 😂

      Lick On myLick On my10 dagen geleden
  • I'm a simple guy, I see Dawid I click.

    GigabyteTechGigabyteTech10 dagen geleden
  • rtx 3080 is known for having high temps regardless of how well cooled your case is.

    Piuxie Gaming & HardwarePiuxie Gaming & Hardware10 dagen geleden
  • Has your NZXT cooler pump made a rattle? , I'm on my second one that rattles after a month of use!!

    PC Gaming And MorePC Gaming And More10 dagen geleden
  • I Think that Dawid should change his NLworld Name to: Single Channel

    Tiqi.Tiqi.10 dagen geleden
  • i Just didn't understand why didn't he tried to Control his Be quiet Fan, instead of Just putting them conected to the Power suply. I have 3 PIN be quiet fans and i can Control mine and they are reeeaaally quiet.

    Guiast 2Guiast 210 dagen geleden
  • Just to let you know, your video about the 360$ AliExpress Computer made it to the german Media . Good Job :)

    Manuel DziggelManuel Dziggel10 dagen geleden
  • Noctua FTW!

    Adam SchmidtAdam Schmidt10 dagen geleden
  • man, the reason you bought that 3080..... My reason to bought my 3070 is thats the only one I got out of all other options. I want to have 3080 too, but cant get any.

    Nan Hao ZhouNan Hao Zhou10 dagen geleden
  • Google Chrome remembers my passwords just fine Mr...

    aj laj l10 dagen geleden
  • Should have totally presented the pc with single channel ram at the beginning.. Lol

    Alexandre MongerAlexandre Monger10 dagen geleden
  • I don't know if you're aware Dawid, but most motherboard can regulate fan speed without pwm, just net to set it to DC mode in BIOS, and then you can adjust the curve, which will regulate the voltage on the fan based on temps (like pwm but not pwm). That's what I used to do. Cheers

    OminousStrikeOminousStrike10 dagen geleden
  • "These are a little bit dusty". Oh bugger off, lmao, those fans are perfect, mate XD. Not like the horror stories you got from your "custom builds" online.

    Tariq KhanTariq Khan10 dagen geleden
  • You can controll the speed of 3 pin fans. You have to make a few adjustments in the bios for this: on the fan header, set it to voltage controlled or similar. My msi b360 gaming plus has this setting pretty easy reachable, my asrock x570 phantombgaming 4 not so obvious, but its findable. You have to plug the fans into the motherboard tho. The difference between voltage controlled fans and pwm fans is that the board provides the pwm signal on the Vcc of the fan (high side switching), while with 4 pin fans the controller inside the fan does apply a low side switching pwm signal to the fan motor itself. We cant use low side switching for 3 pin fans, because the controller has to pull the tacho pin low, what cant be done when theres no ground connection and as result we would get messy rpm readings, if theres any tacho signal from the fan.

    MrAdi2500MrAdi250010 dagen geleden
  • My evga smal gtx 1060 6gb its almost all the time at 82c and the cpu normal. I tried erverything remove the panel fan curves nothing.

    candido silvacandido silva10 dagen geleden
    • you should look at one of Dawid's videos where he replaces the thermal paste on a graphics card. keep track of the screws, be careful, remove the old paste which is probably dry and put in fresh paste. then reassemble in reverse order.

      Christmas CrustaceanChristmas Crustacean10 dagen geleden
  • Ahhhh. A nice 200mm side fan would work perfectly. Oh! Wait. Side panel glass.

    Patrick PrafkePatrick Prafke10 dagen geleden
  • I keep on seeing these custom coolers run hotter and slower than my FE 3090, auto boosts over 2000mhz so after undervolting, I get 1950mhz and it hits 250w max power draw on warzone, temps below 50c. Also that 2 fan aio cooler is crap, my 10900k stays below 60c with air cooler

    Telman ShelbyTelman Shelby10 dagen geleden
  • Your case: "They spin quite fast." (1450rpm) My case: "Prepare for Take-off !" 2x ML120 (2400rpm) and 1x ML140 (2000rpm) 😂

    Carlos AbreuCarlos Abreu10 dagen geleden
  • Might have to re-paste that GPU man, I can't imagine its fans being THAT bad given a 3x array..

    Gordon5ccGordon5cc10 dagen geleden
    • yeah the liquid metal might be dry

      Christmas CrustaceanChristmas Crustacean10 dagen geleden
  • "stuck with a 3080" boo hoo, let me play a sad song for you on the world's smallest violin

    crash test dummycrash test dummy10 dagen geleden
  • *plays only takrov*

    JoeOnYTJoeOnYT10 dagen geleden
  • My personal config is pretty close to yours Dawid (R3900X 32GB3600 Gigabyte3080) but in a Purebase500 (white!) case. I've tried as well to get better temp and put a 280mm Eisbaer AIO, which is very good (better quality than most others, and replaceable/upgradable parts, max CPU temp 60c ingame, 70c after 30min+ stress) but had to put the radiator on the front (the case only allows 240mm on top). My Eagle3080 temp isn't bad on the GPU (max 70, after a tad undervolting to 0.86V) , only vram temps are crap (bc no thermal paste on back chips, think I'll fix that). Also added a couple Purewings fans to get some airflow like you did ! Whatever, all of this didn't change much to GPU Temps, which rely mostly on GPU fans ..

    Pascal Di FolcoPascal Di Folco10 dagen geleden
  • This channel went from interesting technical stuff to a bunch of kitchy bullshit in no time.

    ldorioldorio10 dagen geleden
  • That's a nice mobo, feel sure you could have just used voltage modulation for the headers the Be Quiet! fans were on. Then set a curve and they act like PWM for the most part.

    ColinColin10 dagen geleden
  • lmao the gpu jiggled when he slammed his fists

    Dylan HDylan H10 dagen geleden
  • The bequiet fans, did they not include the plastic push pins for mounting? Because that’s what makes them really quiet in my build, vs the Noctuas, that have to be screwed down and thus generate a resonating noise. Also, the corners on the bequiet fans have two ways of fitting them, determining the fan clearance. If you set them up to have little clearance, they can generate a buzzing noise at certain rpms. In all, I found the bequiets quieter and ditched my Noctuas.

    Kasimir den HertogKasimir den Hertog10 dagen geleden
  • The nzxt mobo makes it look clean af

    Dio BrandoDio Brando10 dagen geleden
  • What beautiful games is this on screen @ 0:08?

    SkywardKingSkywardKing10 dagen geleden
  • I had a similar problem when I got a smaller case, I couldn't top mount due to lack of space and with my rad up front the graphics card was getting hotter than I wanted and the front fans were noisy. My solution was to replace the AIO with a decent air cooler and it's quieter and the GPU and CPU are a few degrees cooler.

    ScootScoot10 dagen geleden
  • Plot Twist: The center of the earth is a black hole. And corsair sucks.

    Shm0Shm011 dagen geleden
  • I have the same case, how do you manage to fit all the wire in the back component?

    Chris ConsulChris Consul11 dagen geleden
  • Well Dawid if you feel "stuck" with that graphics card I would be more than happy to free you from that pain if you just want to hand over that 3080.

    Cram ZapCram Zap11 dagen geleden
  • wouln't touch vardar's, shit experience with a DOA fan, impossible to return

    Steven JeffriesSteven Jeffries11 dagen geleden
  • What's the gpu's hotspot temp? My main gpu temp was reporting at 80c and my card would hitch and stutter... Gpuz then came out with an update and i noticed a new sensor reading called gpu hotspot. In game my gpu temp was 80c but my gpu hotspot was 106c. The card ran like this for MONTHS and I didnt know... Changed the thermal paste and the gpu temp is 68c in game and hotspot is 85c

    Skitzotech GamingSkitzotech Gaming11 dagen geleden
  • I smile every time you say "load".

    Ol' Sarge Ol' Sarge 11 dagen geleden
  • Lesson learn from this video: 1. EVGA 3080 is bad 2. Noctua is better than Be Quiet Suggestion to Dawid -> Please change all the fans to the same Noctua.

    Yusuf SulaimanYusuf Sulaiman11 dagen geleden
  • So you speak Japanese?

    Dave GamingDave Gaming11 dagen geleden
  • Water block the evga card.

    Norse Viking ÆsirNorse Viking Æsir11 dagen geleden
  • Its obviously time to water cool that 3080 with a beautiful EK block and cooled back plate! I wouldn't mind if it were nice black soft tubing like the stuff Linus uses for his soft tubing builds, and you can custom cool the cpu as well. Its time to do it, especially for your personal rig.

    catch22frubertcatch22frubert11 dagen geleden
  • 7:06 a free 3090 to anyone who can successfully translate this into readable text

    Null 774Null 77411 dagen geleden
  • Sweet, what was you doing in Japan Dawid?

    ToadyENToadyEN11 dagen geleden
  • Complaining about a 3080 while most people stuggle to get any decent gpu at all...

    Aristotle's PupilAristotle's Pupil11 dagen geleden
  • I've had the XC3 before buying the FTW3, the only way to make it cooler is by undervolting and undervolt it to 1800mhz at 850mv.

    Simon SSimon S11 dagen geleden
  • have you considered setting a custom fan curve for the gpu in afterburner...

    Red ScorpianRed Scorpian11 dagen geleden
  • dawid, do you do tech stuff?

    stxrmfxl gamingstxrmfxl gaming11 dagen geleden
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