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Najuno

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About Najuno

  • Title
    Custom PC Builder
  • Birthday 1980-09-25

Contact Methods

  • Steam
    Najuno
  • Star Citizen
    http://skyewind-highlanders.enjin.com/
  • Twitch.tv
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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Michigan
  • Interests
    Computer, Hardware, Overclocking, Modding, Cars, Motorcycles, Books
  • Occupation
    Senior Application Engineer

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7 7820X (delidded) @ 4.9GHz, Intel i7 5960X
  • Motherboard
    MSI X299 M7 ACK + EKWB Fullcover Block, AS Rock OC Formula
  • RAM
    G.Skill Trident Z 32GB @ 3466MHz, G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 16GB
  • GPU
    nVidia Titan Xp + EKWB Fullcover Block @ 2.1GHz, Zotac AMP GTX1080
  • Case
    Corsair 600C modded, Corsair 400Q
  • Storage
    Samsung 960Pro M.2 x2, WD Blue 2TB, Samsung 850 M.2
  • PSU
    Seasonic Platinum 750W, EVGA 1200-P2
  • Display(s)
    Acer XB280HK 4K G-Sync, Sony Bravia 55" 85C 4K, Asus PB278Q, LG55" TV
  • Cooling
    Hard tubing Custom Water Cooling, AIO
  • Keyboard
    Razer Black Widdow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Taipan
  • Sound
    Audio Boost 4 Nahimic 2+Audio
  • Operating System
    Win10 64BIT

Recent Profile Visitors

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  1. I payed in March 2016 at MicroCenter 90 bucks for 2x8 GB DDR4 3000MHz from EVGA. It´s really not funny to build a PC right now.
  2. Due to the fact that all DRAM manufacturers focus more on the mobile sector at this point and also in the near future I don´t think we will see DDR4 prices decrease by any meanings. Unfortunately I think the prices will even increase more. The prices are quite crazy I have to admit... I mean I payed for 32GB 3466MHz G.Skill more than for the freaking X299 motherboard...
  3. Seems totally legit, with that mild OC result there´s no need to prove anything ;). Damn if I´d known you earlier I could have saved some bucks by skipping a delidded 7820X :(.
  4. Updated my profile a bit... there´s always more hardware ;)

    1. Show previous comments  1 more
    2. Najuno

      Najuno

      Hey dude how have you been :) ?

    3. KingCry

      KingCry

      Hit and miss with life but otherwise pretty good I've got a huge project I'm working on to reveal next year.

    4. Najuno

      Najuno

      Well that sounds pretty darn good :). Glad to hear you´re doing good.

  5. Finally an enthusiast grade GPU... took ´em long enough! New Titan X(P) incoming.

    1. Jurunce
    2. Najuno

      Najuno

      I´ve bought the GTX1080... ended up in my mITX HTPC. I want more power. Once I´ve got the FullCover Block and Mod BIOS on the Titan X it will be a beast :).

  6. Time to sell the Titan X cards, hope get to get them sold without removing the custom water coolers.

    1. Dr_Pleeper
    2. Najuno

      Najuno

      I don´t know if I am allowed to write this here but if you´re interested you can shoot me a pm :).

    3. Dr_Pleeper

      Dr_Pleeper

      I'm not really in the need for one right now, but i would still like to know the price. I'll PM you later.

  7. Yeah I´m well aware of that but I was just stating that you will need the raw rendering horse power if you have a display with more Hz or higher resolution. But I would prefer a display (other than my 4K where 60Hz is obviously max right now) with more than 60Hz for gaming. I just hate tearing to death, just as much as micro stuttering from multi GPUs. So either FreeSync or G-Sync or 144Hz if it´s not 2160p.
  8. You can run Freesync monitors with nVidia cards and G-Sync monitors with AMD cards, just without their individual technology. But the monitor will still run with the max Hz rate if your GPU is able to produce the amount of FPS. That being said if you´re looking into 144Hz 1440p it´s going to be much harder than 60Hz 1440p i.e.
  9. If you want top TIER aka enthusiast cards you will probably have to wait until Q2 2017. I don´t think personally we will get to see anything but performance solutions this year. Many sites see things pretty much the same. The rumors (and it´s nothing but that right now for the most part) don´t indicate any enthusiast cards by this year. HBM2 needs more time and I don´t think that GloFo or TSMC have the yield rates to go with big chips in 14/16nm yet. I personally run just 1 4K G-Sync monitor here and I´d be happy for something with a lot more raw rendering horse power in order to get rid of SLI (or for the matter CF) based issues, such as scaling, stuttering or missing profiles. My guess is whatever AMD and nVidia will bring as next gen enthusiast card will be the first time ever a card to handle 4K as single card properly.
  10. Well if you have the GPU raw horse power to support it sure.
  11. Nah sorry m8 that won´t happen. Even with the big chips next year you will be seeing yourself in a situation where you have to buy multi GPUs in order to run 3x 4K displays.
  12. The build is rock solid for 1080p gaming and gives you even more headroom for upgrading in the future. Well I went this route, because your budget is too tight for a system SSD and a storage SSD IMHO. Storage should be considered at elast 1 TB+ for games, data, music, etc. This build allows you to put the OS on the SSD and your favorite games and all other stuff is just fine on a slower disk. I personally use HDD´s here for my rendering and compressing as cache drives.
  13. I´d go with something like this. Has a powerful current gen Skylake and a good mid range GPU that will do very well in 1080p. Price is within what you are looking for. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/xb3KCJ
  14. Alright that will help to give you a recommendation.
  15. I´ve worked quite a lot with Plasti-Dip and had nothing but positive experience. I can only recommend that as well.
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