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    Default New build after quite a few years

    Built a PC after 6 years and after almost two weeks of work, thought I'd share it. Last time I built one for myself was in 2014 but never really posted it anywhere. Went for a black and gold theme with a splash of white to commemorate AMD's 50th anniversary. I wanted straight lines, which required lots of little bends. While it's an RGB build, I usually just turn them off or just make the lights dark gold, I think it looks good either way. I wanted to not show the fans as it would be overkill in terms of lighting. Through the radiators in the current setup, they give off a faint glow which looks nice.

    This is my daily driver for rendering, gaming and everything else. There's a t-fitting right at the bottom corner for easy water drains. Custom loop parts are all from Corsair with their Hydro X line except the radiators which are Black Ice Nemesis GTS who basically make the radiators for Corsair anyway. No coolant used, just deionized water and Mayhems Biocide.

    Shout out to my buddy Garrett at Beyond Customs for the cables, he did a great job and did all the cables using 16AWG which make them look fuller and have better electrical properties.

    More pictures are in the link in sig. Specs are in the gadget list. Thanks for looking!

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    Is it a gaming PC?

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    bhaia why did you go for 5700XT ? you could have easily go for 2080ti for this setup

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    Looks fantastic. Post some temperature reads please.

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    SICK AF!!!!!!!

    Congrats on your build.

    May your framerates be high and temperatures low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    bhaia why did you go for 5700XT ? you could have easily go for 2080ti for this setup
    Khek. FB comment section mone hoitase.

    If there's an option I'd try to paint the inside of the case red. Satin Red with gold flakes. My personal opinion je red ar gold shei manay.

    GPU er entry ar exit tube offset howai aesthetically pleasing holo na.

    MSi er Infinity mirror ta shei!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Looks fantastic. Post some temperature reads please.
    Na na na. I don't think it's actually a gaming PC. Because he is using AMD platform. Maybe he will primarily use it as workstation or rendering or some sort of that. Definitely not a gaming PC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Khek. FB comment section mone hoitase.

    If there's an option I'd try to paint the inside of the case red. Satin Red with gold flakes. My personal opinion je red ar gold shei manay.

    GPU er entry ar exit tube offset howai aesthetically pleasing holo na.

    MSi er Infinity mirror ta shei!
    Black/Gold/White theme was because AMD's 50th anniversary theme was black, gold and white. I have a few friends there and decided to commemorate their 50th anniversary by sticking to their theme. That'a also the reason as to why it's an all AMD build (and there's no 2080Ti). Since my casing is white, i decided to go black/white/gold as the only theme.

    GPU entry and exit tube is always offset if the GPU is in a vertical orientation. There's no way around it as the mounting holes are at the top in line with the GPU. I did my best to ensure the lines are straight.

    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Na na na. I don't think it's actually a gaming PC. Because he is using AMD platform. Maybe he will primarily use it as workstation or rendering or some sort of that. Definitely not a gaming PC.
    I mentioned that it's for gaming, rendering, running a variety of different workloads. Even if it wasn't an all AMD build, why would I want to sacrifice 40% rendering performance for a 4% gain in FPS by going for a 9900KS? It's just not worth it.

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Looks fantastic. Post some temperature reads please.
    Thanks. Just bleeding the water now, when that and the TIM settles ill post some. Overclocking the 3950X and stressing the CPU will benefit from some liquid metal though, which is on the way. I'll drain the CPU and apply it in a few weeks.
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    Amazing build bhaiya, one of the cleanest looking PC for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Khek. FB comment section mone hoitase.

    If there's an option I'd try to paint the inside of the case red. Satin Red with gold flakes. My personal opinion je red ar gold shei manay.

    GPU er entry ar exit tube offset howai aesthetically pleasing holo na.

    MSi er Infinity mirror ta shei!
    eikhane FB comment section mone howar kisu nai , people tend to go for the highest end gpu as possible for rig like this . As he explained the theme is AMD that's what makes sense naile normally kew mid range gpu stack korte dekhi na 39xx series processor er sathe

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    eikhane FB comment section mone howar kisu nai , people tend to go for the highest end gpu as possible for rig like this . As he explained the theme is AMD that's what makes sense naile normally kew mid range gpu stack korte dekhi na 39xx series processor er sathe
    People tend to go for what they want/need atm in time. PC spec korar somoy karo mathay thake na je "ami jehetu 1 no. cpu nisi, amar 1 no. gpu lagbei lagbe"

    Ar making sense subjective bepar. Gaming er jonno jeita sensible, work build er jonno seita nonsense hotei pare. Emonki gaming build er moddheu different people different sensibility. RX 5700 XT diye ekjon jodi tar chosen resolution e enough graphics ar fps pay taile 20-30 extra fps er jonno 3x dam diye 2080 ti kena tar kachhe jemon nonsense, temoni ek pro player high fps er jonno sobkisu korbe tar saddhher moddhe. It makes sense to him.

    Just look at Sami 1999. Ekhon ki hoise jani na but jonab tar shei marka 980 Ti build er sathe mandhata amoler monitor chalaten ar bolten je 50 fps naki tar kachhe sobcheye smooth.
    Or VANGUARD bhai. Ekhonkal uni mukh khulle khali ekekta liquor er naam gejay. Game tame khelen kina allai jane but shei marka system nia bose asen. Ke jane hoito doki doki lit club khele or amar moto subverse release er jonno opekkhay ase.

    Ultimately people get what they wanna get. Not what internet people tell them makes sense.

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    Ar eita asole FB er dosh na. Eita bangalir dosh. Render build nise ekjon. Core i7 extreme, 64gb ram ar 750 ti. Bangali gejay 750 ti keno? 1080 ti niten.
    Kalkeu ekta dekhlam. 144hz monitor er sathe ryzen 3700x ar RX 5700 xt. Bangali gejay 2070 Super keno nile na bondhu?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    People tend to go for what they want/need atm in time. PC spec korar somoy karo mathay thake na je "ami jehetu 1 no. cpu nisi, amar 1 no. gpu lagbei lagbe"

    Ar making sense subjective bepar. Gaming er jonno jeita sensible, work build er jonno seita nonsense hotei pare. Emonki gaming build er moddheu different people different sensibility. RX 5700 XT diye ekjon jodi tar chosen resolution e enough graphics ar fps pay taile 20-30 extra fps er jonno 3x dam diye 2080 ti kena tar kachhe jemon nonsense, temoni ek pro player high fps er jonno sobkisu korbe tar saddhher moddhe. It makes sense to him.

    Just look at Sami 1999. Ekhon ki hoise jani na but jonab tar shei marka 980 Ti build er sathe mandhata amoler monitor chalaten ar bolten je 50 fps naki tar kachhe sobcheye smooth.
    Or VANGUARD bhai. Ekhonkal uni mukh khulle khali ekekta liquor er naam gejay. Game tame khelen kina allai jane but shei marka system nia bose asen. Ke jane hoito doki doki lit club khele or amar moto subverse release er jonno opekkhay ase.

    Ultimately people get what they wanna get. Not what internet people tell them makes sense.

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    Ar eita asole FB er dosh na. Eita bangalir dosh. Render build nise ekjon. Core i7 extreme, 64gb ram ar 750 ti. Bangali gejay 750 ti keno? 1080 ti niten.
    Kalkeu ekta dekhlam. 144hz monitor er sathe ryzen 3700x ar RX 5700 xt. Bangali gejay 2070 Super keno nile na bondhu?

    sobi bujhlam abar eita bangli er somossa hoile baire joto build hoy specially guru3d er rig of the month follow kori last 2 year er atleast taile kaw kei ami 9900K or ryzen 39xx er sathe mid range gpu nite dekhi nai , era to kew bangali er moto stereotype na just like tomar moto "judgmental" na . ar amar question ta onek simple asilo eikhane tumi fb , bangali aro koto jon BG theke keno tene anso bujhlam na . and OP already delivered why he have chosen the gpu tar poreo tomar reply onek odd lagtese eikhane -_-

    But tomar logic e kisu problem o ase kew akhon 9900K er sathe gt 1030 kine or 3 ta 580 crossfire kore akta amd athelon er sathe or i3 er sathe (which was a common thing even a year ago) taile tomar logic wise ora thik ase because they have their own logic for this choice? even popular YT rao to build theke judge kore just verge er gaming PC ta dekhlei to bujhar kotha
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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    sobi bujhlam abar eita bangli er somossa hoile baire joto build hoy specially guru3d er rig of the month follow kori last 2 year er atleast taile kaw kei ami 9900K or ryzen 39xx er sathe mid range gpu nite dekhi nai , era to kew bangali er moto stereotype na just like tomar moto "judgmental" na . ar amar question ta onek simple asilo eikhane tumi fb , bangali aro koto jon BG theke keno tene anso bujhlam na . and OP already delivered why he have chosen the gpu tar poreo tomar reply onek odd lagtese eikhane -_-
    Judgemental to tumi. All AMD build sara karo ki RX 5700 XT kena baron?

    But tomar logic e kisu problem o ase kew akhon 9900K er sathe gt 1030 kine or 3 ta 580 crossfire kore akta amd athelon er sathe or i3 er sathe (which was a common thing even a year ago) taile tomar logic wise ora thik ase because they have their own logic for this choice? even popular YT rao to build theke judge kore just verge er gaming PC ta dekhlei to bujhar kotha
    Taile seita tader choice. Simple as that. Manush the verge ke pochaise onno karone, shudhu tader parts choice er jonno na.

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    Are you running into any of the driver issues that seems to be going around right now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Are you running into any of the driver issues that seems to be going around right now?
    Actually none at all. I've put sustained loads for days in a row, tried a few different games and used the system with all kinds of loads over two months now. Not a single black screen, BSOD or any of the other issues that seem to be floating around. Only BSOD I got was when trying to run 3866mhz memory at C16, I found my limit at 3810 mhz 1:1. I do know that specific software/hardware combinations, combined with some instances of hardware acceleration being used by Chrome etc and some DX9 games seems to trigger the black screens and they do exist. Some are also resolved with a clean install, didn't apply in my case as I setup a fresh windows anyway. I also know that their driver team is working overtime to resolve the issues which should be done in a couple of weeks (new driver released yesterday solves a lot of them) but ideally, they should've gotten to the bottom of it sooner.

    On a side note, Ryzen Master works like a charm, I can set PBO for gaming and run an all core 4.25ghz for sustained loads using 32 threads. I think I have a decent chip as well, single core boosts near 4.7ghz and the IF can do 1910mhz with less than 1.0875v. Pretty happy with the system, just waiting for the conductonaut to lower temps. The 16 cores are crammed into a die area of about 150mm^2 (without the IO die), even with a water temperature of 38'C the CPU will go 85'C+ if I load up all cores at 4.25ghz at 1.3v simply because there's not enough die area to dissipate all that heat (about 165w). LM helps a lot for all core overclocked Ryzen 3000's. PBO gets all cores to 4.1 ish and temps stay around 60-65'C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Actually none at all. I've put sustained loads for days in a row, tried a few different games and used the system with all kinds of loads over two months now. Not a single black screen, BSOD or any of the other issues that seem to be floating around. Only BSOD I got was when trying to run 3866mhz memory at C16, I found my limit at 3810 mhz 1:1. I do know that specific software/hardware combinations, combined with some instances of hardware acceleration being used by Chrome etc and some DX9 games seems to trigger the black screens and they do exist. Some are also resolved with a clean install, didn't apply in my case as I setup a fresh windows anyway. I also know that their driver team is working overtime to resolve the issues which should be done in a couple of weeks (new driver released yesterday solves a lot of them) but ideally, they should've gotten to the bottom of it sooner.

    On a side note, Ryzen Master works like a charm, I can set PBO for gaming and run an all core 4.25ghz for sustained loads using 32 threads. I think I have a decent chip as well, single core boosts near 4.7ghz and the IF can do 1910mhz with less than 1.0875v. Pretty happy with the system, just waiting for the conductonaut to lower temps. The 16 cores are crammed into a die area of about 150mm^2 (without the IO die), even with a water temperature of 38'C the CPU will go 85'C+ if I load up all cores at 4.25ghz at 1.3v simply because there's not enough die area to dissipate all that heat (about 165w). LM helps a lot for all core overclocked Ryzen 3000's. PBO gets all cores to 4.1 ish and temps stay around 60-65'C.
    That's great to hear and the numbers sound fantastic. Hopefully you can resist the urge to upgrade to the 49xx when it comes

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    The issues with the RX 5000 series of cards are all over the place.

    If you try messing with Core Clock, Voltage, Fan speed, etc. on certain AIB cards, the driver causes conflicts with the VBIOS and you get weird behavior like fans refusing to ramp up if at all, or cards with fan stop feature not turning the fans on at all until throttle temperature is reached.

    Running Google Chrome with something like a YouTube video playing in the background while you're gaming causes instability. Even the latest driver that supposedly fixes issues, lists a couple of TDRs under known issues. A remedy for this is disabling Hardware Acceleration for browsers, but I find it somewhat counter productive.

    Most people get the issues because of improper driver installation though. Running DDU in safe mode and then installing the drivers usually solves most problems.

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