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I use this for my academic purposes as an architecture major.

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  • 3 months ago
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You excited about Threadripper 3000? Judging by your workload I think those kinds of workloads would require that many cores for complex designs.

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  • 3 months ago
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No, i think one of the fan which is higher than the other one sucked so much air so the higher fan produces a kind of noise (ticking noise). I kind of solved the problems by flipping up side down the lower fan. However, the air circulation on the tower kind of unorganized since i have one fan (cpu 1) pushes air to the top and one fan (cpu 2) pushes air to down. So far the fan noise is not a problem

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