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xboxonthego3

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  • CPU
    Intel i7 4790k
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97s SLI PLUS
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence DDR3 1866MHz 2x4 GB
  • GPU
    GTX 970 G1 GAMING
  • Case
    Fractal Design XL R2
  • Storage
    2 x Samsung 840 Evo 250GB and 2 x Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB in Raid 0
  • PSU
    Corsair HX750
  • Cooling
    Corsair H110
  • Operating System
    Windows 8.1
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  1. Any thoughts or plans to add the EVGA Supernova G5 power supplies to the tier list?
  2. Well been waiting and might wait to see what the RTX 2080 super brings. But the price point of the RX 5700 XT is enticing me. I'm also now considering CPU upgrade to the Ryzen 7 3700x from a i7 4790k. The performance appears to be good enough for me on the RX 5700 XT without breaking the bank. Which gives a bit more freedom to upgrade my CPU as well.
  3. So i'm been contemplating which Graphics to get to run this beast of a display. I'm currently running a 980ti and it isn't quite cutting it for some recent games Division 2 and Sea of Theives. I've been looking at the RTX 2080 and looking at 4k benchmarks. 5120x1440 is 7,372,800 pixels compared to 3840x2160's 8,8294,400. So I believe 4k benchmarks on graphics cards give me a relatively decent idea of how they would work at this resolution. With the benefit being they will run slightly better on 5120x1440. Anyway I'm thinking of the RTX 2080 Super once it is released. Sadly no real benchmarks for it. But we can guess it is at least slightly better than the RTX 2080 for the same price of ~$699. But I started looked and found that EVGA has a 2080ti for $999. So i'm wondering if $300 difference would be worth it... I don't know. I know we don't have a true comparison of these yet. I'm just curious to see what others would choose for a Graphics Card to run games on the Samsung CRG9.
  4. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/thQG3C/dell-d2719hgf-270-1920x1080-144-hz-monitor-d2719hgf https://pcpartpicker.com/product/4Hc48d/dell-s2419hgf-240-1920x1080-144-hz-monitor-s2419hgf 2 Dell monitors with Free sync and 144hz at 1080P both in your price range. Use can use display port or hdmi. If you get these from Amazon the return policy should be good and you can just return it if you don't like it. Don't have to worry about getting Dead pixels.
  5. Cheapest 34in Ultrawide with 2560x1080 resolution. ~$450 https://pcpartpicker.com/product/LrcMnQ/lg-34uc79g-b-340-144hz-monitor-34uc79g-b Cheapest 34in Ultrawide with 3440x1440 resolution. ~$820 https://pcpartpicker.com/product/CzrmP6/lg-34gk950f-b-340-3440x1440-144-hz-monitor-34gk950f-b Note: I wouldn't buy the 2560x1080 resolution. You will notice the pixels and it won't be sharp. Save some more money up or look at getting a 16:9 monitor for your price range and refresh rate.
  6. Here's VESA's site. It shows certified monitors at different HDR levels and how they are rated. https://displayhdr.org/certified-products/ I see the term HDR10 used. But then see HDR400, HDR600, HDR1000. I'm no expert either. But their site does list this monitor has certified for HDR1000. EDIT: Not finding good info for HDR10 requirements. From the looks of it VESA just gave us different levels of HDR that play HDR10 content. But I cannot find any hard requirements for HDR10. The 2 set of standards are talked about briefly in this article. https://www.anandtech.com/show/12144/vesa-announces-displayhdr-spec-and-tiers If anyone one can find HDR10 specs/requirements from a legitimate source I would be interested. But as far as I can tell VESA's standards will play HDR10 content.
  7. If you want to pay for the airfare! LMAO. This isn't considering any kind of customs fees I need to account for because this thing is $1500. Lol.
  8. Amazon has had it for sale a times but it sells out quickly. And i'm not talking third party seller actually amazon.com. Also seen it available straight from Samsung once. I've only seen it available for Pre-order from BH video. Newegg has/had it on backorder. So you can get it here in the US from a few places. But they don't appear to be getting enough QTY to keep available to sell for very long. Which is frustrating. After my research this is the monitor I want. But I sadly finally made that decision after seeing it on sell at a few places...… which they no longer have available. Heck I got an email just this morning from Amazon about it being available again at 4am. Woke up at 7am to see they didn't have any stock left again. They really need to make this more available than it is. I'm ready to purchase this.
  9. Cool you proved me wrong and found him a motherboard. Lol.
  10. No motherboard exists that supports both DDR3 RAM and the 7700K.
  11. Hmmm few things to try. Go back to your paging file settings. Check the top checkbox. "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives". See if that makes a difference. From what I can see it doesn't appear to be a major memory leak unless a program has several processes consuming a large sum of memory. I would also try rebooting pc and not starting any program. As well as limit start up programs. Slowly start programs that you think might be the culprit. And monitor memory usage.
  12. Better yet go back to the performance tab and open resource monitor. Then proceed to memory tab. Sort by working set column. This will tell you what processes are using the most memory currently. I forgot how dumb the task manager was.
  13. Try sorting by the memory column. Even if it is Windows. There are different Windows background processes. If we can see the processes with the higher usage it will be helpful.
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