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  • Sub-Zero Laptop Cooling?! - Feat. Gamers Nexus

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  • Disappointing Product from Gamers Nexus

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  • Closed-Loop Liquid Nitrogen Cooler | EVGA Roboclocker Computex

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    We were among the first to look at the EVGA Roboclocker at Computex 2018, EVGA's new liquid nitrogen recirculation hardware for extreme overclocking.
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    This is Kingpin's newest effort, in combination with TiN, to break overclocking world records with innovative cooling techniques. The Roboclocker uses inlet manifolds and exit manifolds to filter-in liquid nitrogen to a CPU and GPU block, which are fed LN2 via valves within the system. The valves are controlled by relays internally, which are further controlled by a Raspberry Pi and thermocouples.

    This semi-open liquid nitrogen loop allows for easy recycling of LN2, speeds-up overclocking, and enables high scores with less manual effort. It's sort of autonomous, in that way, and uses relays to open and close valves to hit a temperature target.

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  • 12 Fans, 0 Airflow: One of the Worst Cases Weve Reviewed | Abkoncore Ramesses 780

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    This case includes 12 case fans stock, but the case is like a black hole for airflow. We're reviewing the Abkoncore Ramesses 780, which is one of the worst-designed cases we've reviewed.
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    The Abkoncore Ramesses 780 (R780) is a massive full-tower case that's outfitted with 12 fans stock, but most of them blow into walls. We're completely baffled by how anyone could actually design this intentionally, then still brag about how great the airflow and cooling is. This case, despite being large, is so inefficiently laid-out that its actual usable space is comparable to much smaller enclosures, so it doesn't even win in the just be large department. The fans were even custom-designed to mount in the bottom while showing the LEDs clearly, but they still can't overcome the panel limitations for air access.

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    00:00 - Brian Hates Us
    02:05 - The Fans
    08:27 - Build Notes
    18:18 - Noise Testing
    20:12 - CPU Thermals
    21:45 - GPU Thermals
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  • This Sketchy AliExpress Cooler....

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  • My first time Overclocking on Liquid Nitrogen - NEW WORLD RECORD!

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  • Building the Ultimate CPU Cooler!

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  • Beast cooling solution for your gaming laptop? - Opolar LC05 Laptop Cooler Review

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    Gaming on the road is great, but some gaming laptops get a bit too hot to handle - literally. Will the LC05 making laptop gaming a more manageable experience?

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  • Laptop Hybrid Water Cooling - First Results Better than Expected?

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  • GN vs. JayzTwoCents PC Repair Race Recap

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    The battle versus JayzTwoCents to see who could repair, boot, and bench a computer fastest was a huge hit. Linus & Austin put on a great show, and the pressure was high. Here's a recap & BTS.
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    TIMESTAMPS

    00:00 - We DID Load Defaults Right Away, Why Doesn't Anyone Pay Attention?
    02:19 - The Winning Strategy & Sneaky Pitfalls
    04:10 - What If Linus Thinks I'll Think That?
    06:30 - More Sneaky Tricks & Thermals
    09:05 - Really Tripped Up Against This Issue
    11:15 - Eliminating Margin of Error with Brute Force
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  • Steve Burke of GamersNexus Reacts To Their Top 1000 Comments On YouTube | Ars Technica

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    We searched through GamersNexus’ most popular videos, picking the top 1000 comments based on number of likes, first comments, and frequently asked questions. Then, we got Editor-in-Chief Steve Burke to sit down and take us down memory lane. Ranging from the earliest days of the channel right up to the present, we've woven together a personal history of GamersNexus on YouTube - and captured Steve’s reactions to the whole thing.

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  • 4.9GHz AMD Threadripper 3990X Overclock, Issues, & Scores | Stream Recap

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    This recap of our AMD Threadripper 3990X CPU overclocking walks you through the highlights of our 3-hour livestream with the chip under liquid nitrogen.
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    In this recap, we're talking about our 2nd-place overclock, a 4.9GHz score, with the 3990X. This will fully catch you up from the events of the weekend, where we managed to miraculously get in a 3990X on zero notice with overnight, next morning shipping, a friend in the YT space who could loan one, and still manage to learn it enough for a successful stream. The weekend was a huge amount of fun and we're thankful to everyone who watched and joined us for this event. If you missed it, you can get the most important details in this recap!

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  • The Verge Abusing Copyright Claim System to Hide PC Build Video

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    The Verge has resurrected its infamous PC build video by filing copyright claims and takedowns against Bitwit Kyle and ReviewTechUSA.
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    The Verge is ensuring that no one ever forgets its PC build by taking aggressive action against content creators who criticized its mistakes, after admitting issues with the video and pulling it entirely. We had all walked away from this but, months later, The Verge has brought the issue back and is abusing the copyright claim system in the process.

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  • RTX 3090 Overclocking Battle vs. JayzTwoCents & Pauls Hardware

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    Finally catching up on our work, which means we had some time for a foray into an overclocking battle with JayzTwoCents & Paul's Hardware. Jay is on chilled air, so we'll soon escalate!
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    In this video, we're revisiting our #RIPJAY series -- and now Paul is involved, too! We're all slowly escalating our overclocks and mods to battle one another for top-not-first position on the Port Royal leaderboards. In this one, GN is introducing liquid metal, but we'll probably have to invoke physical hardmods next since one of our two cards is a dud for overclocking. Much more to come!

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    00:00 - #RIPJAY & #RIPPAUL Underway!
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    03:40 - SLI Doesn't Line-Up Easily on Good Boards
    05:44 - DO YOU LIKE MY THERMAL PASTE?
    07:25 - Strapping Fans to the Bench
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  • Something Growing in Threadripper Liquid Coolers | Enermax Liqtech I Failure Analysis

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    The original Enermax Liqtech I TR4 liquid coolers are plagued with corrosion, gunk/build-up, blockages, and more corrosion.
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    The original Liqtech I TR4 coolers should probably be formally recalled, but Enermax is trying to fix the issue by sending out revision II versions of its coolers to affected customers. Please let us know in the comments how your RMA experience is.

    Consider buying something less nasty, like a Noctua NH-U14 TR4:

    With AMD's Threadripper 3 CPU release dates coming up in November, it's time to look at what has become the worst CPU cooler for Threadripper. Threadripper 3 will run high core densities and will need powerful cooling, so if you're looking for the best Threadripper coolers, it's important to know not to buy the Liqtech TR4 coolers.

    The Enermax Liqtech TR4 liquid coolers -- the original ones -- were strongly recommended by our outlet on the basis of thermal performance. The coolers were exciting and used a properly-sized coldplate, which actually did benefit cooling in a meaningful way for the larger Threadripper dies. Unfortunately, reviews don't have a way to account for long-term use and endurance, and so no one had any way of knowing that these would fail so catastrophically. From what Enermax has told us, relating to the incorrect vacuum sealing process being used originally, we'd assume all original coolers are affected. Either way, these are gunked-up and jammed to a point where Threadripper CPUs are overheating even when idle or in BIOS, or sometimes they're jammed enough that the pump whines due to lack of flow. This isn't because there's not enough water, but because the water can't move.

    Enermax has a serious problem on its hands with these coolers, and we must unfortunately revoke our recommendation for the Liqtech TR4 coolers.

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  • Fixing MSIs Design Flaw: Thermal Pad Swap on RX 5700 XT Evoke OC

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    We're fixing the massive design oversight in MSI's RX 5700 XT Evoke OC video card, done entirely with a few dollars' worth of thermal pads.
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    There are 8 GDDR6 modules on the 5700 XT, each is 12x14mm. You will need 1344 square millimeters of thermal pads to cover everything. This 100x100x2.0 Minus 8 kit will be enough for a few projects, but costs more since you're buying extra (Amazon):
    If you want to buy only enough to do the mod and keep costs lower, the 120x20x2.0mm kit would work (Amazon):

    We first looked at MSI's RX 5700 XT Evoke OC video card in our review and benchmarks, where we most heavily focused on thermal and acoustic (noise) performance. The 5700 XT Evoke review looked at MSI's solution versus Sapphire's RX 5700 XT Pulse, reviewed separately. In our tear-down of the MSI RX 5700 XT Evoke, we found that the thermal pads barely covered the memory modules, resulting in poor contact to the heatsink and overall poor thermal performance. This video shows how to fix that.

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  • Worse Than We Thought: Fixing the XFX THICC 5700 XT

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    The XFX THICC RX 5700 XT was the worst 5700-series we looked at, primarily at fault for poor thermal performance and poorly configured fan curves.
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    The XFX THICC, ironically, had the biggest issue with its curves. Fan curves, that is. In further testing and attempting to fix the XFX RX 5700 XT THICC (with AMD Navi), we discovered that the plastic embellishments along the PCB also caused issues, as did mounting pressure, thermal paste application, and backplate. Basically everything was causing thermal transfer problems, and that's something we were able to explore in this video of attempted fixes. Not all improved the card, but we did find the important ones that can.

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  • EKWB Quantumx Delta Tec cooler, MSI factory Fire! ,RTX 3080Ti Details, More 6800xt AIB cards

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  • AMD Ryzen 3000 Undervolting Offset vs. Override | Vcore Voltage

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    We're excited about the new office, and we hope you are too! This next stage in GN's history will grant us much greater technical testing abilities.
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  • Worst & Best AMD RX 5700 XT Video Card Round-Up: Thermals, Pricing, & Features

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    This AMD RX 5700 XT round-up looks at the best RX 5700 XT video cards out of those we've reviewed, evaluating performance, value, and if it's worth it to buy higher-end.
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    For those who've been trying to figure out the best RX 5700 XT, this benchmark recaps our reviews of several partner model options (and AMD's reference) to condense all the information into one spot.

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  • KINGPIN Overclocking Lab Tour & Secret EVGA Products

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    Touring KINGPIN's & TiN's XOC lab shows us the tools of the trade, like an ultrasonic cleaner, CPU sander, oscilloscopes and logic analyzers, and customized hardware.
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    EVGA's KINGPIN and TiN have one of the coolest labs in the industry. The shop is filled with customized XOC tools, like IHS direct die frames, custom sockets for die sanding, prototype video cards and PCBs, one-off video cards, liquid nitrogen tanks, and more. In this tour, K|NGP|N and TiN walk us through the equipment on display, old products (like EV Bot), and upcoming projects that were secret until now.

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  • Ask GN 109: Who Actually Makes NVIDIA FE Cards? 2 vs. 4 RAM Sticks?

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    Will a 3600 Limit a 2080 Ti?

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    What Happens If You Mismatch RAM Sticks?

    26:22 Andy Hutchinson: “Question, think it was too late for Paul's channel this month, but hoping to find some answer out of interest now (excuse that bit because as you said, I hadn't seen and Ask GN in a while). What effect does including sticks from differing RAM kits have on a system. And by that I mean nearly all things being equal, manufacturer, timings and speed etc except the box it came from. I don't have a big enough sample, but I've maybe done this in about 5 differing systems, mixing kits. e.g. 4 8GB sticks from 2 16GB kits and have never noticed any major issues, apart from the odd dodgy stick. Not sure about minor as it was a case of it worked, so fine. I've never seen any definitive answer for this, putting aside all the internet comments where you have no idea of the persons qualifications to answer the question. 3 of those mix and match were from the days before XMP, saying that because not sure if that would be a factor.”

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  • AMD Ryzen Frequency Scale - Temperature is Important for Ryzen 3000 CPUs

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    This video looks at AMD frequency and cold scale with full stock settings, using only Precision Boost 2 (NOT the same as PBO) and controlled temperatures.
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  • Liquid Cooling vs. Air Cooling Benchmark In-Depth

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    We're answering the question of whether liquid cooling or air cooling is better, ft. the Noctua NH-D15, Deepcool Assassin III, NZXT Kraken X62 / X72 (280mm, 360mm), and more.
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    In this video, testing focuses on big air coolers versus big liquid coolers. We're testing for time-to-max temperature, noise-normalized thermals at 35dBA (and 40dBA), max fan speed thermals, and talking about compatibility, ease-of-installation, reliability and uptime, and liquid cooler failure rate and lifespan.

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    Thermal benchmarking for this type of content requires a lot of testing and retesting. Each cooler underwent a minimum of 4 validation passes for its result (averaged, outliers retested if present), with each cooler requiring two tests per CPU, so that's a minimum of 16 test passes per device. This kind of work costs a lot for us to do -- totaling in the days, and thousands of dollars of time -- and watching this content is the best way to support it. Other ways are linked below. For this testing, we wanted to definitively provide the real answer for should I buy air cooling or liquid cooling? questions that we so commonly get. The answer, ultimately, is that it depends, but we're going to give you the most detailed it depends possible. Our goal is that you can make a properly informed decision now and in the future, as this content won't age much. A lot of people are also curious about if liquid cooler failures really are that common, or what the risks are with a closed-loop liquid cooler. For the most part, they're fine, but the ones that are bad really make the rounds in media. We talk about that in the video. For PC building with AMD Ryzen CPUs, like the AMD R9 3950X or R7 3800X, we tested air coolers and liquid coolers on Ryzen 3000 products to help builders pick the right parts. We also have Intel HEDT system testing for a larger IHS analysis.

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    10:48 - Intel HEDT
    13:18 - Coldplate Design
    14:59 - AMD R9 3950X 100% Fan
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    18:55 - Conclusions

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  • AMD R7 2700X Gold Edition Overclocking Headroom & Review

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    AMD's 50th Anniversary R7 2700X Gold Edition deserved some testing, even though AMD didn't claim it to be binned or higher clocked.
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    The AMD R7 2700X Gold Edition is AMD's 50th Anniversary CPU. It's a modified 2700X, with the only modifications of note being the IHS and its logo change to AMD 50, accompanied by a laser-etched signature by Lisa Su. The R7 2700X doesn't claim a higher frequency or any changes, but we still had hopes for higher overclocking than our other models. We tested overclocking headroom on the 2700X Gold Edition, undervolting, and proved the point that frequency is the same as on the original 2700X. The main benefit, it would seem, comes from the inclusion of The Division 2 season passes.

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  • Windows Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling Benchmarks

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    The Windows 10 hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling toggle in settings has gotten a interest lately, so we're benchmarking it on vs. off vs. CPUs.
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    This testing has us looking at the Windows hardware-accelerated GPU scheduler toggle in the new Microsoft Windows May 2020 2004 update, specifically testing for whether the toggle affects frametime, FPS, or latency performance. A lot of the community has sort of lost sight of the story, and so Microsoft even came out and directly stated that users shouldn't expect much of a performance impact right now. We're still here to validate that, though, and that includes the discovery of a bug with some specific settings in Red Dead Redemption 2. Other bugs also exist, including some that NVIDIA has found, and so it's possible that some games could react extremely negatively to the hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling setting in Windows 10. Benchmarks are focused on an i9-10900K and i3-10100 with hyperthreading disabled, the latter of which might force some unique behaviors. AMD and NVIDIA have both enabled this setting with their new driver packages, so this is something that users can begin experimenting with -- just know that Microsoft itself, as we explain in the early half of this content, is not promising improvements today. This is a future-looking feature.

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    03:15 - How It Works
    06:55 - Frame Buffering & Future Hopes
    08:02 - Testing Plans & GPU vs. CPU Constraints
    09:44 - Hitman 2 Benchmarks & Frametime Plot
    11:05 - F1 2019 FPS Benchmarks & Frametime Plot
    13:25 - Red Dead Redemption 2 Serious Bugs with Scheduling
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    16:15 - Conclusion: Even Microsoft Agrees

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  • Laptop Cooling Pad effectiveness

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    In this video, we will test the efficiency of the cooling pad and vacuum fan. Let's see if the cooling pad can reduce laptop overheating.
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  • AMD Ryzen Heatpipe Orientation Benchmark & CPU Cooler Myths

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    In this video, we benchmark a series of myths relating to CPU cooler orientation on AMD Ryzen CPUs, featuring Noctua air coolers.
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    A while back, people talked about how heatpipe orientation might affect CPU thermal performance for asymmetrical die layouts on non-monolithic CPUs. Given that AMD Ryzen takes the multi-chip approach to CPUs (chiplets), and that its lower-end SKUs only have a single chiplet and single I/O die, the heat sources for these chips would be off-center and imbalanced toward one side. That's where the initial idea arose. The question is whether that has any relevance once you get to the heatsink level, or whether any differences are meaningful (if even measurable).

    In this benchmark, we'll be looking at how the Noctua NH-U12S, Noctua NH-U14S, and Noctua NH-D15 air coolers perform on AMD Ryzen chips when rotated in their two different directions. The GPU was accounted for and eliminated as a variable, as discussed in the content, and airflow was run from the EPS side in to the GPU side out (with the GPU in the lowest possible slot and as a half-height card).

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  • DIY cardboard PC chiller

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    Sub-ambient cooling is the holy grail of PC cooling. That is why I decided to try and build a DIY PC chiller, out of cardboard no less. This is my first attempt. A proof of concept if you will.

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  • GPU Silicon Quality & Overclock Lottery Test: Golden GPU Search

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    This unique report looks at GPU silicon quality and binning of a higher sample size of GPUs. We show frequency when stock, the max overclocking range, and more.
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    This benchmark was inspired in part by two topics: For one, we've seen people ask if a sample size of 1 unit is sufficient for looking at stock performance. The answer is functionally yes, only deviating if there's a defective unit (which we also show in this test). The other part is that we've seen people talking about golden reviewer samples, and so we wanted to look at a wider sample size of what sort of range you can even see when both stock or overclocked. Part of this testing looks at maximum overclocking headroom on the GPU and the memory, with the other part focusing only on out-of-box performance.

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    Some of the X590 rumors were inaccurate for AMD's chipsets, but there is news on the B550 chipset that may interest our audience. We also talk tariffs and prices.
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    Topics this week:

    - Intel CPU price reduction in response to Ryzen
    - AMD X590 is Actually X570
    - NVIDIA to Support ARM with CUDA Acceleration
    - ASMedia Will Deliver AMD B550 and A520 Silicon in 4Q19
    - Intel and Samsung Negotiating Manufacturing Contract, But Not for CPUs
    PCIe 6.0 Slated for 2021, 128GB/s Bandwidth Expected
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    - Companies Push Back Against Tariffs

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  • Ask GN 108: Is AMD Optimized RAM BS? Show All 200 Case Tests?

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    Ask GN returns! In episode 108, we're answering questions about AMD Optimized RAM, we show a compressed list of 200 case tests, and more.
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    NOTE: We hadn't yet reviewed (or finished testing) the XFX 5700 XT yet when filming this, so that changes the first answer a little bit (namely, don't buy that part).

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    07:24 - Does “AMD Optimized” Memory Mean Anything?

    [Discord] Ianochez: “#askgn-questions Does memory tagued AMD optimized or Intel something really mean something, I know that memory controller are different in both team, while complying standard, does the optimized memory kit have XMP tuning parameters optimized? I don't really think that they redo all the PCB design on thoses kits. QVL are listing any brand and many of them aren't optimized as marketed on others. I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE PART TWO OF MEMORY TIMING! I love you commitment, keep going producing good content. Ianochez. P.S: I did check this text for typos with your voice in my head, pretty creepy ahah yo!”

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    16:44 - Does Hyperthreading / SMT Have Cost?

    [Discord] Sonicjms: “#askgn-questions Does Hyperthreading / Simultaneous Multithreading have an implementation cost? Does it require more power or better binned silicon or something like that?”

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    [Discord] ekt: “Hi, newbie here. Not new on building my own pc, but out of the market for a while. I was brought here by the long hair heavy metal guy's honesty and lack of non-sense. I have a question about a build, and I hope some expert here can help meI want to build a machine that stays dead silent when doing light stuff like browsing, writing code or editing documents but it should be able to run recent games. in this case it should be 'as quiet as possible' but a little noise would be tolerableI'm skeptical of a totally fanless system. Sure, is possible, but it's kind of an extreme solution where one needs to shell a lot of money and accepts compromises.How would you approach it? I can see two options- Using a very 'noise-insulated' case with a few fans and standard components- Using a 'more ventilated case' (like a fractal meshify-c) and trying to have all components fanless except the gfx card”

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    28:56 - Multi-Tasking Benchmarks & Clean Test Operating Systems

    [Discord] Kobberholm08/10/2019#askgn-questions The UserBenchmark debacle raised an interesting point that I think was never adressed.Higher core count should provide more stable performance on unoptimized systems with more background processes running, but all professional benchmarks are done with slimmed down systems with relatively clean installs, skewing results in favor of just IPC/clocks or at least not taking full advantage of the many cores.Could you do a couple of performance comparisons of low corecount vs high corecount processors with realistic (medium - heavy) background processes running (Antivirus, Discord, Telegram, Chrome with a few heavy pages open etc).

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  • How Not to Announce a Product & AMD Forces Intel Price Drops

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    News of the Intel i9-10980XE, 10940XE, 10920XE, and other new Intel CPUs was supposed to be embargoed until the 7th, but Intel panicked at a leak and pulled it forward.
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  • HW News - PCIe 5 Demo, China-Only Ryzen CPU, Red Dead 2 Specs

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    PCIe Gen5 has gotten more tech demos (and CXL), there's a new China-only Ryzen CPU, and Red Dead Redemption 2 got PC specs revealed for this hardware news.
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    Topics for this week's hardware news episode include the following:

    - Red Dead Redemption 2 PC requirements and recommended specs
    - Intel's marketing still needs work
    - TSMC's N7+ EUV process hitting commercial availability
    - Intel kills Kaby Lake G
    - The next-gen Threadripper 3 CPUs might not be compatible with X399, and old Threadripper 1950X & 2990WX CPUs might not be compatible with new TR motherboards
    - AMD's R9 3900 and R5 3500X are now shipping to OEMs and system integrators
    - AMD announced its RX 5500 GPU, countering the GTX 1650
    - Researchers can now reverse engineer chips much faster
    - PCIe 5 and CXL demonstrations/discussion

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  • Limited OC Headroom: RTX 3080 Extreme Overclocking

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    Our RTX 3090 Founders Edition review is due shortly, after which we'll likely be focusing on RTX 3090 overclocking. For now, though, this recaps many of the things we learned about Ampere overclocking (particularly extreme overclocking), GDDR6X memory overclocking, and more. We have a lot more tests coming up in the next few days, so keep an eye out for all of it.

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  • EVGA RTX 2060 XC Ultra vs. Founders: NVIDIAs Challenge to Partners

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    Our EVGA RTX 2060 XC Ultra review looks at how well NVIDIA's Founders Edition (FE) designs now compete with partner model cards.
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    The EVGA RTX 2060 XC Ultra primarily gains leverage over the FE card by way of reduced 'whine,' which might be noteworthy for enthusiasts who find higher pitched whines intolerable. This is difficult to firmly validate, of course, because we only have a sample size of one per device, but the component changes should verify this change of behavior/noise.

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  • Installing and Testing the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero AIO CPU Cooler

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    The Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero, is an all-in-one CPU cooler that's designed for Intel processors that uses the LGA1200 socket.  It features a unique water block that uses Intel's Cryo Cooling Technology, to help reduce CPU temperatures, and delivers a cooling solution, unlike that of your traditional CPU coolers. This will allow your processor to reach higher frequencies at lower voltages.

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    Cooler Master has surprised us all with the MasterLiquid ML360 Sub-Zero. It's one of the best and most innovative AIO CPU coolers we've tested to date. It offers excellent cooling performance that just isn't achievable, by other AIOs on the market. And this is all thanks to the Intel's Cryo Cooling technology featuring Thermoelectirc TEC cooling. 

    For me, the cooling performance easily outweighs the cons ... so for that reason, we're giving it our recommended award.

    It doesn't come cheap either. I've seen it retail for around USD $399! Alternatively, you can buy the standard Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Mirror ARGB AIO CPU Cooler (without Thermoelectric TEC) for around USD $140 from Amazon -

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  • Is Intel Actually Screwed? Ft. Gordon of PC World

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  • External GPU Controller, BIOS Flasher, & LN2 Gas Cooling | Elmor Labs

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    We look at Elmor's EVC2 for external GPU voltage control, external BIOS flashing, and talk about liquid nitrogen gas cooling.
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  • CM Storm SF-17 Gaming Laptop Cooler by Cooler Master

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    When we were testing the ORIGIN PC EON17-SLX gaming notebook over the last few weeks we wanted to try out another component that high end laptop gamers might be interested in: notebook coolers. Obviously with a beast of a machine like the EON17-SLX, we couldn't just go with something you might find on the shelves at Best Buy. Instead, today we have a video overview of the CM Storm SF-17 Gaming Laptop Cooler by Cooler Master.

  • Best Custom Laptop Cooling Pad or Stand for Gaming at cheap price | Reduce 20° to 30° | AC Fans 2021

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    Finally i made it the custom ac cooling stand that reduces temperature around 20 to 30 degree Celsius even during gaming and normal time it keeps my laptop even cooler around 40 to 50 degree Celsius while video editing it gave me temperature around max 60 degree Celsius. This is just a prototype solution or proof of concept which you can make easily just by ordering the fans and other required products which i have shown in the video. I have shown everything in detail in the video.

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  • HW News - AMD R7 3780, Red Dead 2 on PC, & TSMC Lawsuits

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    Hardware news mostly recaps the AMD Surface announcements, Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC, the Switch Lite's class action, and some other items.
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    Topics for this hardware news episode include the following:

    - Ryzen 7 3780U CPU & R5 3580U for Microsoft Surface notebooks
    - Rockstar announces Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC (and the release date)
    - AMD Ryzen & Radeon game bundles
    - Nintendo Switch Lite now involved in class action lawsuit
    - Congress & ISPs concerned about DNS-over-HTTPS
    - AMD's Ryzen Pro 3000 CPUs announced
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    - FCC Net Neutrality repeal upheld, but challenged
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  • DIY Laptop Cooling Pad | Gaming Laptop Cooler | Best Life Hacks for CPU Fan | Build Your Own

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  • Day 1 Move & Meeting GNs Team: GN Moving Vlog, Part 2

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    Day 1 of our big move! GN is moving offices into a new space, and now that we've done tours of old and new, it's time to move in.
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  • Automated System Latency Test Methodology

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    This video serves a referential deep-dive for our future total system latency (we're coining TSL) testing methodology, including NVIDIA Latency Analyzer/Reflex validation and LDAT testing.
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    This is a testing methodology deep-dive that reviews and analyzes NVIDIA's new LDAT tool for latency testing. Specifically, the tool is meant as an easier-to-use replacement for the traditional high-speed camera system -- but because NVIDIA makes it, and because it can be used to test NVIDIA and competing products, we need to perform first-party validation on its trustworthiness. Fortunately, this tool can (1) be completely isolated such that it does not have any means of knowing what GPU is installed in the system, and (2) can be validated against standard high-speed camera approaches. We recently ran a piece where we conducted hundreds of test passes on a 1000FPS camera, and behind-the-scenes, we were also conducting those test passes on LDAT. It qualified. In this piece, we reran recent Google Stadia latency benchmarks (people often call this input latency, but it's really end-to-end total system latency) in order to verify that LDAT doesn't do anything tricky to cheat data. In our testing, it appears that LDAT produces clean, untweaked data that is just as reliable as high-speed camera methods, but much faster. Further still, our validation testing in this content shows the impressive accuracy of the old-school method of frame counting even with all the many variables in between, like slower refresh rates on some cameras (our previous method used a 240FPS camera, and then we updated to a 1000FPS camera for the CPU comparisons).

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    01:15 - Traditional Latency Testing & NVIDIA's Open-ness
    06:31 - Test Diagrams & Mouse Switch Tear-Down
    09:29 - NVIDIA LDAT Isn't Sabotaged
    13:24 - Validating NVIDIA's Claims vs. High-Speed Camera
    17:43 - Latency Terminology & What This Does
    21:56 - Stadia Validation with Metro Exodus
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  • HW News - Threadripper 8-Channel & 4ch Spec Leaks, Intel & AMD Bickering

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    Hardware news this week talks alleged Threadripper documentation we've received, talking about sTRX4 and sWRX8 memory channels, but we also talk Intel, USB, and other news.
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    The Threadripper documentation is the biggest story we have, focusing on some preliminary (alleged) specs barring core count and frequency. The AMD documentation points toward an sTRX4 and sWRX8 variants of the CPU, although we're not certain on names or release date. The two version will run 4-channel and 8-channel support, respectively, with PCIe lanes being another big differentiator between the two.

    Other news stories include Intel's marketing and why it needs work, AMD's marketing and why it needs work, and a Steam hardware survey.

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