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About MarxistPC

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  • CPU
    i7-3770k @ 4.5GHz
  • Motherboard
    P8Z77-V LK ATX Motheboard
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial 1600MHz
  • GPU
    EVGA Classified GTX 780 @ 1.3GHz
  • Case
    Rosewill Challenger
  • Storage
    240GB Sandisk Extreme SSD + 1TB WD Black
  • PSU
    Rosewill Hive 750W (Modular)
  • Display(s)
    Westinghouse 1080P 32"
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Plus
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Ultimate
  • Mouse
    Razer Abyssus
  • Operating System
    Windows 7

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  1. I just installed my brand new GTX 980 Ti and have slightly overclocked it. I did a fresh install of drivers and removed the old AMD drivers. After a few moments of gaming and from then on out in any game on the computer has terrible frames per second and lag in input. What could be the problem?
  2. Okay so the Fury X that is available, is for $350 but the 980 Ti is for $400. In 1440p, which should I get?
  3. Okay so I sold my GTX 780 back on May 19th and have been without a GPU since. I bought this shiny new 1440p Qnix monitor in order to celebrate my birthday in June and me passing my first year of college. However it has taken me until now to gather the funds to acquire a GTX 980 Ti. This is where my tragedy begins. I woke up at 6 a.m. today in order to order my new GPU. I found one on sale for $380 and happily picked it up. However afterward I received a message from the seller saying that he wouldn't be back home until a week from now expecting it to be bid on instead of outright bought (idiot). However I said okay and accepted my wounds. I went to my weekend job knowing that I would have no respite come Monday when the mail man graced me with his presence. However after work he notified me he wouldn't be able to get the card out to me until Tuesday of the following week. I said no way and asked for a refund which he kindly provided. However now I must wait for my refund to be processed over the weekend and to hit my account on Tuesday, all the while watching all of the sales on Newegg and eBay go by. All of this of course lengthening my suffering and torturing me.
  4. I sold my GTX 780 about a month ago and I'm dying to get another card. However the GTX 1070 seems to be sold out everywhere and the AIB cards seem to be running about $450. I was told $379 by NVIDIA and not willing to pay much over $400. So what card is best for 1440p right now that I can get to tide me over? Should I SLI GTX 780 Ti's? or Get an R9 Fury?
  5. I was looking for some extra money to upgrade my PC and have seen that with me gaming at least 1440p or higher where I game. Should I sell my 3770k and downgrade to the 3570k in order to net gain $140?
  6. Once again I was fucking right: https://www.gtplanet.net/playstation-4-needs-external-processing-unit-for-playstation-vr/
  7. So I am unable to re download a game, is there anyway that I can copy it from one hard disk drive to an SSD?
  8. I will be playing games like MGS5, Dying Light, The Witcher 3, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, Fallout 4, etc. I currently have a GTX 780 Classified from EVGA and an i7-3770k @ 4.5Ghz. I plan on upgrading to a GTX 980 Ti if I decide to go to 4K, however this upcoming summer when the pascal flagships come out I'll be getting the Ti version or its equivalent and I'll be upgrading to the Skylake E processors, likely the lowest cost 6 core at the time.
  9. Hello all, I have been trying to decide for the longest on a new monitor as I am now typing this using a Westinghouse 32" 1080p LED TV with a 7ms response time, however it has very inaccurate and often washed out colors. The two resolutions I have been trying to decide between are 2560x1440 and 3840x2160. In regards to the 1440p display there are some phenomenal ones coming from Korea that are around 240$-270$, which are amazing prices. Logan from Tek Syndicate has reviewed nearly all of them and was one of the first to do so. However now there are some 4K displays that he has reviewed, along with Linus reviewing ones that are stateside. All are great choices when it comes to the differing models for their respective resolutions. However considering how we are likely on the verge of a (forgive the Maoist expression ) "Great Leap Forward" in graphics processing power considering the Arctic Islands and Pascal chip designs from AMD and NVIDIA next year, promising anywhere between 2x-10x performance increase, I am stuck in between 2K and 4K as of right now. 2K is much more affordable and easier to run with my current GTX 780. Next year, however, when I upgrade to Pascal and 4K I would like to redo my entire build as I haven't touched much of it since 2012 when I put it together. Therefore I could pay the price now, with holiday deals and such, and simply play on my 780, which is no slouch (especially when filters are turned off), until I am able to upgrade it to a 980 Ti. Basically 2K now or 4K in a year. Thanks
  10. Yeah, as I continually look at the difference in performance at 1440p the difference is often between 45-50 and 60-70 respectively. I think $80 is worth it.
  11. I have the EVGA Classified Edition, so yeah I should be able to get around $250 for it after all fees are applied to it, but the 780 Ti is at around ~$330.
  12. I am going to be upgrading to 1440p very soon, I was wondering if I should upgrade from my 780 to a 780 Ti for around $80 more. Would the performance difference be worth it, in games like Planetside 2, MGS5, Dragon Age Inquistion, or The Witcher?
  13. My only issue with this and others advice is that 4K monitors are relatively the same price. I don't want to pay for an inferior product.