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Squanchy

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About Squanchy

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Squanch?

System

  • CPU
    8700k
  • Motherboard
    z370 Hero Maximus X
  • RAM
    32GB 3000mhz DDR4
  • GPU
    Asus Strix 2080 ti
  • Case
    Corsair 460x
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Evo 500gb
  • PSU
    650w EVGA G3
  • Display(s)
    PG279Q
  • Cooling
    Corsair 100i v2
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K95
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Sound
    Hifiman HE-4xx

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  1. Hey all, So I've been using my T5 for awhile now on my ps4 pro using usb a to type c cable. I then used it on my pc which used type c to type c... since then I've lost my usb a to type c cable. Whenever I try to use any other usb a to type C cable on the ps4, it refuses to use the T5 as extended storage. From what I have found, there's a specific type of usb a to type C cable I need for the ps4 to accept the T5... does anyone know what Cable would work?
  2. ...Reset/Install windows and you're good? Not exactly sure what you're asking. If you're looking to give him a desktop, it's best to just format the partition and start anew with a fresh install.
  3. If you're smashing the monitor and it begins to spark... I don't think you should be opening it ... ... Or I wonder why it has these lines to begin with But good luck with that.
  4. Yeah, I tried that. When I pop it over to 4:4:4 or 4:2:2 with the latest update, windows shows its only pushing SDR, It only pushes HDR when I put it on RGB Full. I can physically see the differences as well. Not sure whats up.
  5. Alright so since I made this post, I've been on the hunt for a answer... If anyone comes across this thread, This is what I found: 4k @ 60 hz cannot do 10/12 bit via RGB / Full through HDMI. For Gaming purposes: Pick RGB and select Full. YCbCr formats are supported for video playblack. When you pick YCbCR and then load up a game(If the game supports it) it will render in 10-bit RGB 4:4:4 then the GPU will convert it to your chosen format(YCbCR) then your display will convert it back to RGB... Cut the middle conversion and just run RGB across the board.
  6. Hey all, Want to understand this fully and get this figured out.. I am wanting the best possible picture out of my 4k tv (Samsung 55in MU8000), Supports up to 10bit and has HDR. In nvidia settings when I am at the color settings what exactly do I set everything at? RGB then full output dynamic range? If so, That only gives 8bpc apparently. Or do I use YCbCr422 and then use 10 bpc? That leaves the output dynamic range only to limited... Anyone wanna help me with this? Thanks!
  7. Ah so I am not alone, thanks for sharing @Taja
  8. Thanks you two, Bit odd... I set this OC and stressed it for a bit and it worked well. So I've been using it for the last month or so on other games, working flawlessly... I guess outer worlds really stresses it enough so it isnt stable. I downed my core just a tad and its working well now.
  9. Hey all, So just started to play Outer worlds, and I kept getting a crash to desktop as soon as I loaded in.. I was OC'ing my GPU, I disabled my OC and it is running flawlessly... Wondering if anyone has a work-around? Would like to play this at max settings on my 4k tv, my 2080 Ti with my OC can handle it.. without the OC it seems to struggle just enough to be bothersome.
  10. That's up to you. I personally would go for the 2060. But if you're with a 60hz monitor and only are playing fortnite, then get the cheaper one. Both of these are going to produce 120+ fps at 1080p at max settings. @SpookyCitrus has a valid point as well. If the 1070 is used, another reason to go for the 2060.
  11. https://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/2515?vs=2528 Look at the benchmarks. 2060 of course is better... But how much are both of these GPUs?
  12. first note: when you use a M.2 slot.. some of the actual sata ports are disabled, If you don't use the m.2 slot then you'll have full access to them. Most people don't use all sata ports anyways. second note: That is just telling you that it can not tell you for sure that you're going to have ram clearance with the case fans with a radiator up top. ... look into the motherboard / case for dimensions and see if your ram will fit.
  13. That's a chance with every card, Some you get may be bad... most will be alright. And more then likely it's a driver issue(AMD has always been iffy in the driver department). If you're on the fence about it, go with your gut. Nothing is wrong with the 2060 or 2060 super. Both are going to be a huge improvement over your 1050 Ti.
  14. Then I would get the AMD card. Personally. Freesync / Gsync is really nice to have, specially when your gpu becomes a little bit dated and fps starts to become a problem. If you were against getting the AMD card, then get the 2060 super if price is about the same. The FPS difference in most games is only about 5-8 from the 2060 to 2060 super.
  15. It terms of pure FPS and power... 5700 XT > 2060 super > 2060. It really is up to you, Nvidia has better driver support then AMD. So take that in mind.. Also, does one of your monitors have freesync? https://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/2522?vs=2517
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