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About Jumper118

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  • Birthday 1996-02-05


  • CPU
    i5 5675c@4.2ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Z97 Extreme 4
  • RAM
    Avexir 2400mhz 2x4gb
  • GPU
    MSI GTX970, Jetstream GTX1060 6GB
  • Case
    Bitfenix Shinobi with orange mesh
  • Storage
    Crucial M500 240GB + Seagate Barracuda 500gb
  • PSU
    Super Flower Power Leadex 1300W gold
  • Display(s)
    Acer CB280HK 4K2K + LG 22EA53
  • Cooling
    Alphenfohn Matterhorn Rev b
  • Keyboard
    Microsoft one
  • Mouse
    Asus Echolon gayming urban cammo one
  • Sound
    Mordaunt Short MS309 Sub no speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 7
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    Pc's, overclocking, mountain biking, rc cars, full size cars, money.
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  • Occupation
    Metrology engineer

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  1. That's disappointing. You must have got all the super average ones
  2. Did you use the tips in the op? Try those if you didn't already
  3. Fans cable ties. Nb water block and cables ties. @agent_x007 you are 1st in your league on hwbot. Good effort. You should join Team MLG
  4. Would have thought you could get much closer to 800cb on that setup tbh.
  5. You should be able to run 4-4-4 on the timing at that speed even on fb ram I would think
  6. Sounds like a super average chip in oc terms but the price is OK.
  7. Ryzen 5 2600+1080ti vs 8700k+1080?

    It is a very hard choice. It is a difficult choice for sure. I think I would lean more towards the 2600+1080ti just because I don't want to upgrade for a while and I think the performance of the gpu in the games will outweigh the loss from the cpu. I think 75hz is a nice jump over 60hz and manageable for the ryzen I think if it was 120 or 144hz I would consider the 8700k more. Thanks for the advice people and thanks for not starting a fanboy war. This has been a sensible discussion compared to some other places I have posted this same topic!
  8. Ryzen 5 2600+1080ti vs 8700k+1080?

    you never know, 7nm 8 core ryzen might do 4.6-4.8ghz and give a massive boost in performance with navi v2 gpu
  9. Ryzen 5 2600+1080ti vs 8700k+1080?

    games, interwebs, teamspeak/discord. no streams or videos I am thinking: 2600+1080ti -better performance now - better upgrade path for cpu so board/ram can be reused. 8700K+1080 -no cpu upgrade path but can just put a faster gpu in without upgrading cpu as well - if going to 144hz 1400p rather than 4k in future this would be better for high fps
  10. Ryzen 5 2600+1080ti vs 8700k+1080?

    would not upgrade the gpu for a while. would stick with the same hw for a 2-3 years until upgrading to 4k.
  11. Ryzen 5 2600+1080ti vs 8700k+1080?

    mainly games 1440p 75-100hz depending if 75hz monitor can oc to 100hz.