Morgan Everett

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  1. If it's ultrawide, it's not 1080p, but 2560x1080, presumably. I think, given your commitment to higher quality settings, SLI 1070's isn't overkill, given you're using a 144 Hz monitor.
  2. That depends on what games you'll be playing, and at what graphical settings you'll be playing them. Questions like this are unanswerable without this information.
  3. I said: summarise in a couple of sentences, which you've not already done. But if you don't think it's important enough to bother, that's up to you.
  4. But you really didn't make anything clear. Just summarise, in a couple of sentences, what your general point is. If you can't, then you probably don't know what you're talking about yourself.
  5. Not sure what wider point you're trying to make, really. If you disagree with what I said, please specify how.
  6. Nah. At 1440p, with a 1080 Ti and 6700k, you're usually going to be GPU bound, assuming higher graphics settings.
  7. It sounds like you may not have used enough thermal compound. Did you have the same temperatures prior to using the new compound?
  8. Have you completely uninstalled, and reinstalled, drivers?
  9. Your CPU may bottleneck that GPU, depending on the resolution and frame rate you're targeting.
  10. Then I'd recommend upgrading your CPU first.
  11. Having owned that CPU and an equivalent GPU (R9 290), I can safely say it doesn't.
  12. Unless you're trying to play above 1080p and 100 FPS.
  13. How is it "overkill"?
  14. It's a Potato 1000, Vegetable Series.
  15. It probably won't flop, but it won't meet the fantastical expectations of some. As for that card, AMD wouldn't give it the RX 590 moniker, since it isn't aimed at gamers.