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allmighty_bob

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About allmighty_bob

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System

  • CPU
    i5 4690K @ 4,7ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus z97i-plus
  • RAM
    2x4gb 2400mhz hyperx
  • GPU
    MSI gtx 980ti gaming 6G
  • Case
    Corsair 380T
  • Storage
    2x240GB ssd (Raid0) 3TB HDD
  • PSU
    CM g750. 750w bronze
  • Display(s)
    144hz 1080p
  • Cooling
    Fractal s24 240mm cpu aio.
  • Keyboard
    cherry mx red
  • Operating System
    W7
  1. allmighty_bob

    Post your SteamVR Performance Test results here

    Rig Name: Emangir cpu: 4690k@4.45 gpu:980 ti @1350 4x4gb
  2. allmighty_bob

    Hyper 212 evo in Coolermaster silencio 352

    Hey, just to confirm, you have that case and it fit a hyper 212 evo?
  3. allmighty_bob

    GPU coil whine. but only at low usage?

    i cap my fps at 144hz. and i use g-sync. (xb270hu screen)
  4. Anyone know what this is about?`I have an MSI gtx 980ti 6G. I can play battlefront, bf4, far cry, witcher etc. i use 100% of gpu on my 1440p screen, and yes the fans kick up abit, but it's generally silent. BUT When i play on a vanilla wow-server, league of legends, cs:go and the likes. which only uses 40-60% of my gpu. the coil whine is unbearable. looking around(on the ground, the sky, on some forests) makes the coil whine pitch change into different horrible whines. Anyone know wtf. is going on? I think my GPU os feeling itself too high-born to deal with these games.
  5. allmighty_bob

    PC doesnt post, quite oftenly.

    The common denominator here is the motherboard. So that's my first thought about this.
  6. allmighty_bob

    144 hz monitor for 300 Euros

    I've had the philips 242G5JEB for a while. i'm switching to the xb270hu now, but that's just for the ips, g-sync 1440p. Not because the philips was bad in any way.
  7. allmighty_bob

    GTX 960 in i5 4690 vs GTX 970 in i5 4440

    4460+970 sounds better.
  8. allmighty_bob

    GTX 980 with 8gb vram. 4k?

    nah only 1080p and 4k version. higher resolutions make you dizzy ?
  9. allmighty_bob

    GTX 980 with 8gb vram. 4k?

    the 1080p version also has an IPS g-sync panel @75hz. But i've played on 4k screens before. and it just looks soooo good.
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    GTX 980 with 8gb vram. 4k?

    i've decided to put off getting a new laptop until the gtx 980 (non-m) is released. The one i'm getting has 8gb of vram on the 980. It also has a desktop i7 6700k in it. 980 hasn't been the best card for 4k, at least not compared to the 980ti. But the laptop comes in a 1080p and a 4k variant. Without the limitations of 4gb vram. how do you guys and gals think the card will perform in 4k? Is the 4gb usually the bottleneck when i look at 4k benchmarks?
  11. allmighty_bob

    What tools do you need for building a computer?

    a screwdriver. as mentioned. and an antistatic wristband if you want to get fancy (you could just ground yourself constantly instead)
  12. allmighty_bob

    Retro PC Build (1998-2001 era?)

    I can't say i can think of any. But would there be any problerms with using my old 60gb ssd in this build? the ssd would be limited by the older SATA ofcourse. But still significantly faster then a hard drive. or so i imagine. anyone know?
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    Help me choose. 2 gaming laptops.

    They are the same model. and they both have the 980m in it. The 256gb pcie ssd is a big plus. But will the difference between a 6600k and a 6700k be noticeable in any way? and is it worth the extra 240$? I'm torn on this. they have MXM gpu's. so i will prolly have it for a while. They are clevo p771dm laptops
  14. allmighty_bob

    Retro PC Build (1998-2001 era?)

    i'm thinking about doing exactly the same . only thing i have locked down is the athlon xp 3200+ cpu tough. it's the best 32bit cpu i can find that's still somewhat available
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    Laptop Research

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