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About Masada02

  • Title
    The Duke

Contact Methods

  • Steam
  • Star Citizen

Profile Information

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  • Occupation
    Applications Engineer


  • CPU
    Intel i7 8700k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Z370-I ITX
  • RAM
    16GB 4266mhz DDR4 (19-19-19-39)
  • GPU
    Zotac GTX 1080 Ti Mini
  • Case
    Dr. Zaber Sentry (Black)
  • Storage
    1x 512 Samsung 950 PRO M.2, 1x 512 Samsung 850 PRO, 1x 2TB Eluktronics SSD
  • PSU
    Silverstone 800W SFX-L
  • Display(s)
    ACER Predator Xb272 240hz
  • Cooling
    Thermolab LP53
  • Keyboard
    IBM Model F AT and F122
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Schiit Lyr 3 Multibit; HiFiMAN HE-1000 V3, MrSpeakers Ether C
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I see GPUz isn't reading the clocks yet for the 5700. Any idea what core clock you were running at?
  2. @clb92 I need a screenshot of GPUz with your score so I can put you on the board
  3. Masada02

    Mechanical Keyboard Club!

    Some new old stock Model F boards... Time to outfit the F122s with brand new springs and flippers and keycaps.
  4. Masada02

    Radeon VII or RX 5700 XT

    It's a good question. Generally when I hear "optimizations" I think they mean they cut out unnecessary features. I'd bet that the RDNA architecture has a lot less of the compute/workstation features that makes Vega so versatile. Though with RDNA you get the strong IPC uplifts I guess. AMD did say at one of their last shows that they would still be using the Vega architecture in workstation cards going forward, and that RDNA would be focused on the gaming market. I take that as the support for Vega won't stop for a while. Hopefully they will enable some of the Vega features that we haven't seen yet (like rapid packed math) whenever the RDNA cards start to show up since they support them as well. I'm curious how well the 5700 chips will OC too. Tweaking on the VII is fun already and it looks like the regular 5700 will be a strong overclocker. Could be fun just on it's own.
  5. Masada02

    Mechanical Keyboard Club!

    To be fair, I cleaned and restored both so they weren't that nice looking when I originally got them. Generally speaking, unless things are physically broken, these clean up really well. This is how dirty the barrel plate was originally...
  6. Masada02

    Mechanical Keyboard Club!

    And another F122... the deal was just too good to pass up.
  7. It basically doesn't use any cpu power so multithreading isn't super necessary. I think there's a slight advantage to higher cpu clocks, but realistically it doesn't care. It's all about the gpu here.
  8. Masada02

    Mechanical Keyboard Club!

    Been doing some tinkering on my F122. Switched a pristine set of one-piece caps on from my F AT as well as some stems for the non-alpha keys from a donor Model M I had lying around (to fix some scratchy keys). The one-piece caps made a huge difference in the sound, more so than I had expected.
  9. Well I broke down and bought a Radeon VII gold edition. Not really planning to do any serious OC attempts right now, so for now here's just some basic tweaking in Wattman.
  10. That's a pretty sweet deal on that card.
  11. Also, I'm pretty sure 2362mhz is the fastest core clock we've had on superposition.
  12. Damn! I'm glad someone finally beat that old Fury crossfire score. Too bad crossfire isn't supported on the vii... I'd imagine yours is one of, if not, the best vii scores in the world. The unigine leaderboard is only for people that purchased a license so it's not comprehensive.