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Candren Lycosa

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-6700K Quad-core overclocked to 4.4 GHz.
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Carbon ATX Intel Z170 motherboard
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengence LPX 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4 2400 MHz CAS 16
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB FTW & PNY GeForce GTX 960 4GB XLR8 OC (New GPU When haHAA)
  • Case
    NZXT H440 ATX Midtower Case - Black/Red (Modded)
  • Storage
    Western Digital Black 1TB (Main) and a Seagate Ironwolf 6TB HDD (Games and other stuff)
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850i
  • Display(s)
    LG Flatron W2353VP, an old Vizio TV, and an ASUS PB238Q (Main)
  • Cooling
    EK-KIT S360
  • Keyboard
    GMMK V2 TKL With Gateron Blacks/Black Silvers (WASD) and Zelio Purple 65g
  • Mouse
    Mionix Naos 7000
  • Sound
    HiFiMAN HE400i
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. People have asked why WE isn't supported on Linux and it's mainly due to how it works "The thing is, it's still going to have to project that wallpaper to your desktop environment. It's going to be a lot harder than just getting it to launch.First off, we have GNOME, the default Ubuntu desktop. Before that, Ubuntu used Unity. Then, we have Linux Mint, which comes in all of four different desktop environments.In Cinnamon, the wallpaper is linked to the default file explorer. I don't know how it works on GNOME or KDE, or any other desktop environment, but my point is: you'd have to make an implementation for every single one.And that's just not realistic for an app developer to do." As said by Insta on https://steamcommunity.com/app/431960/discussions/2/1736588252400271256/ That and a few games like Black Desert Online (it has A LOT of issues on Linux), I may try and Dual Boot both Linux and Windows at the same time just to try out linux for myself and see if i like it
  2. I would be on linux if it wasn't for Wallpaper Engine (because WE isn't supported on Linux due to how it works) but I've heard a lot of good things about it and i've been itching to try it out. Though I can agree with everyone on the EGS topic. I think Tim Sweeney told Andrew Wilson to hold his beer.
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    a gtx 1080 or a 1080ti for 1080p ?

    1080 TI all the way OMEGALUL, tho if your trying to play PUBG it's not going to run well anyways (Bluehole's games always runs like crap anyways)
  4. Candren Lycosa

    SLI in 2018

    Depends on what game and use-case you have for SLI, I use 2 GTX 960 4GB Cards in SLI (and I know i'm going to get memed for it) but I mainly use it because I couldn't buy a 1080 TI at the time (1800+ USD, thanks miners) so I popped my 2ed GTX 960 I had lying around and started using SLI again. Though if you are going to use SLI, NVIDIA Inspector is a MUST as you can force a game to use SLI, and has other benefits like Multi Display Power Saver.
  5. main reason why i am interested in the case is because of the watercooling support (specifically with the Reservoir Mount in the case)
  6. not quite, but it DOES have Tempered glass.
  7. we were talking about http://www.overclock.net/t/1642144/caselabs-announces-the-magnum-sma8-a-revision-sma8-a EDIT: was on Page 24 so i fixed made it go to page 1.
  8. thanks man, i'll look into either getting this or an SMA8 Rev A.
  9. Sorry for the necro but, will this case work with the Rampage V Edition 10? Thanks.
  10. Candren Lycosa

    Nvdia surround help

    You can have different refresh rates for the monitors (I believe my left monitor goes up to 1080p 30 hz) BUT it lowers ALL of the monitors refresh rates to the one with the lowest refresh rate. also I don't recommend using NVIDIA Surround due to the fact that most games have issues with it.
  11. Candren Lycosa

    1080/1080 ti or wait for the 1180

    I decided to go with the GTX 1080 TI since it's the same price as the 1080 before it's announcement, I'm just waiting for @LinusTech to release those sweet, sexy benchmarks before I go out to buy it.
  12. Candren Lycosa

    1080/1080 ti or wait for the 1180

    Yes, but at world bosses i have to turn all the settings down to low otherwise i would get 3-5 fps i see people play the game @ 1080p with a GTX 1080. If your wondering what my CPU is, it an Intel i7 6700k @ 4.5 ghz
  13. Candren Lycosa

    1080/1080 ti or wait for the 1180

    I'm looking to play at Ultra settings at 1080p (maybe 1440p). I mostly play Black Desert Online which is not an easy game to run. screen shot is my settings (I mostly get 30-50 fps)
  14. Candren Lycosa

    1080/1080 ti or wait for the 1180

    I currently have a GeForce GTX 960 4gb and I'm wanting to play some of the newer titles coming out, should i budget a GTX 1080 or wait for the GTX 1080 TI or the 1180?
  15. Candren Lycosa

    FX 8300 with Dual 480's?

    Actually to be exact, TERA's AMD (CPU end, idk about the GPU department) optimization is basically nonexistent for some odd reason, also I did testing with the game and found that the GPU utilization is a complete joke (10-15% regardless of graphic settings) which is also another reason why the game runs like crap. (Imagine playing an MMO that requires you to dodge and aim manually at 2-10 fps, because that's what my fps is in that game)