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Statik

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About Statik

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Canada

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3800x (4.35Ghz)
  • Motherboard
    Asus X570 TUF Gaming-Plus
  • RAM
    G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4-3600 (2x8GB)
  • GPU
    Asus ROG Strix 2080 Super Advanced
  • Case
    Lian Li PC-O11
  • Storage
    1TB ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro Nvme | 250GB Samsung 840 Evo | 500GB Samsung 840 Evo
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850x
  • Display(s)
    LG 34GK950F
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master ML240R
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95 Platinum w/ MX Speed
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD 598 | Blue Yeti
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 x64 Bit
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  1. ....click yes. It’s just confirming you enabling xmp
  2. That’s not a thing. If your ram is literally any other speed above 2133 then it’s “xmp supported” any speed over 2133 is basically a factory overclocking, and xmp just enables that. If they’re advertising 3200 ram, they don’t need a sticker saying it’s supported to run at 3200
  3. Umm because I’m dumb and clicked run and ran to piss like a racehorse, and just came back to my score and didn’t really read . I’ll run it tomorrow at 1440p and 3440x1440. what kind of difference should I expect to see in my score? I assume significant?
  4. LG 34GK950F https://www.amazon.ca/LG-Electronics-Ultragear-LED-Lit-34GK950F-B/dp/B0798Q8KG4/ref=sr_1_1?crid=AWU70DR3BX42&keywords=lg+34gk950f-b+34&qid=1579752797&sprefix=lg+34gk%2Caps%2C174&sr=8-1 It's an absolutely mind boggling monitor. I went from 1080p 60hz to this 3440x1440 144hz 1ms UWQHD. It's stunning.
  5. I felt like it, and wanted to see what extra performance I could get out of it, for literally zero risk? What's wrong with that? My temps pose zero risk, and I never touched voltage. It's also not a Ti, so not quite the best
  6. Hey guys, so tonight I've been buggering with my ROG Strix 2080 Super Advanced seeing what I can push out of it. I achieved a +100Mhz Core offset, and maxed out on memory with a +1500Mhz offset, for clock speeds of 2115Mhz, and 9251Mhz respectively. I ran Heaven on loop for about 3 hours, but I was out of the house and my PC sleeped, and I think that caused it to crash. I've currently ran Heaven benchmark, Timespy Firestrike Extreme Stresstest (97.8% Pass), and Benchmark, and it's stable in all 3. My max temp reached was in my Firestrike stress test, where my GPU topped out at a outstanding 60C, and my fans never broke 50%. My ambient in my basement is quite chilly. But that was still boggling to me. I don't know how people are hitting such high temps with these cards. Below are some photo's for proof. What do you think of the scores/OC's? As well what are your OC's? Thanks!
  7. It’s different for everyone. Go on YouTube and watch some basic tutorials, then research the things that they’re changing in bios so you have a basic understanding of the things you’re changing and what you’re doing. on here I’ve seen several in the 4.8-5.0Ghz range around 1.3V. I could be a little off on that as I mainly concern myself with the AMD Masterrace
  8. It’s in my bio. It’s a ROG Strix 2080 Super Advanced
  9. Hey guys, so I have a 2080 Super, and I’ve been running it stock, and decided to try overclocking it. besides a weird sound I’ve been getting, I thought my temps have been weird. My card isles between 23-27C usually. I just ran the Timespy Firestrike Extreme stress test, and I topped out at 60C, and I don’t think my fans broke 50%. And that was with a OC of 2115Mhz core, and 9250Mhz Memory. Same with Heaven, I’ll run it solid and sit between 56-60. My ambient in my basement is quite low, but I never expected it to be this cool. Any ideas? Is this normal?
  10. No I’m confused as to how it fixes my issue when I’ve already manually changed the fan speeds to confirm it’s not them. Is it just to drown out the noise?
  11. That makes zero sense to me at all, but I’ll try it later. Can you set your curve to load amount in MSI Afterburner? I thought it was only based off temp?
  12. So 60% all the time, but 80% under 100% load? Even if changing the fan speed changed nothing before? ill change it in a few hours when I get home. I left it stress testing as I went out
  13. That’s what I thought, but I’ve slowly turned my fans up and nothing. They idle at 40%, and no sound, but at 48% while stress testing there’s the sound. I also mansually turned my fans all the way up to 100, and nothing. It’s only present when my GPU is pinned. It even cuts off for a second when my GPU dips between scenes/tests in Firestrike, etc.
  14. Hey guys, so I noticed this when I had my GPU stress testing. You can hear the noise coming from my GPU, then you hear me shut off Heaven, it stops, then kick back up when I restart it. It doesn't appear to be present in games (I can't even hear it unless I really listen with my side panels back on.). Is it just coil whine? And I'm correct in thinking that it's not dangerous or harmful to the GPU in any way? It's purely just a harmless noise? video-1579734057.mp4
  15. Yeah that was only +500 memory. I haven’t messed with memory at all. I’m actually currently testing +1250 and it seems stable. I think it just can’t get to temp since Firestrike is so short. After gaming for an hour it sits about 62-65. So I’m going to loop Heaven with +100 +1250 for a few hours and see what happens when I get home.
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