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    MSI B75A-G43
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    G.SKILL RipJawsX 4x 4GB
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    Zotac GTX 980 Ti AMP! Omega 6GB
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  1. GPU driver and architecture also determines that btw and I'm talking about DX11 games.
  2. Nvidia card utilize FX CPU better than AMD card, get the 1070.
  3. Definitely CUDA for Premiere, not sure about After Effect but i think it prefer CUDA as well. Sony Vegas prefer AMD card strong OpenCL performance.
  4. He probably meant if you can unlock those disabled CUs by flashing 570 to 580.
  5. Saw the new cooler use 4 heat pipes instead of 3 on the old cooler, maybe that improved the heat dissipation among other improvements.
  6. I thought ULMB help remove/reduce ghosting and not blurriness?
  7. I think I read review about hitting Power Limit on their 1080 Ti, forgot which review it was...
  8. "Adam runs at 1440p on a GeForce GTX980. Attendees at Unite Europe were able to play with it in real time, and we’ll make a playable available soon so everyone can check it out. A short version of Adam was also shown at GDC in March 2016." It destroyed your 970@720p but runs ok at 1440p with GTX980?
  9. If i recall correctly all Ryzen have XFR enabled but the X chip will boost 100mhz extra while non-X only 50mhz.
  10. AORUS XTR or AORUS? The AORUS cooler look similar to last year G1 RX-480 cooler which is sub-par. Got link for the video?
  11. Every standard PSU have 24pin and 4pin for the motherboard, this one come with 4/8 pin connector for those higher end mainboard. It also have 1x 6+2 pin for your GTX1060. https://seasonic.com/product/s12ii-520/
  12. 0dB fan is a pretty standard feature nowadays and it's not a bad thing imo, even the Nitro have similar feature. RX480 Strix is one of the best aftermarket RX480 out there, the cooler is better than 480 Nitro cooler. https://www.amazon.ca/Radeon-Polaris-Premium-Graphics-STRIX-RX480-8G-GAMING/dp/B01J3TZMQA/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1493016227&sr=8-7 Saw 8GB 480 Nitro for CAD291.. that is a steal imo.
  13. It's not going to void your warranty and the processor love faster clock speed for gaming, at least get 1500x for that higher single core performance and that extra L3 cache. Going with A320 board will limit your upgrade path imo. Ryzen is finicky about fast RAM, the compatibility with fast RAM is still shoddy right now. If i recall correctly its not optimum to populate all 4 ram slot for Ryzen so it best to get 1x 8GB and add another 1x 8GB later for optimum speed.
  14. Get the 8GB RX-480 but it won't last you 5 years if you keep playing latest gen AA games, maybe 2-3 years at best.
  15. Yeah you need to format and install a 64 bit windows. Need to backup your personal files to other partition or external hdd or other pc. Lol then grab that Seasonic PSU, will last for many many years. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151094&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-PCPartPicker, LLC-_-na-_-na-_-na&cm_sp=&AID=10446076&PID=3938566&SID=