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About xAcid9

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    Kim Tae-yeon
  • Birthday August 1

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  • CPU
    Intel Xeon E3-1230V2
  • Motherboard
    MSI B75A-G43
  • RAM
    G.SKILL RipJawsX 4x 4GB
  • GPU
    Zotac GTX 980 Ti AMP! Omega 6GB
  • Case
    Cooler Master HAF EVO XB
  • Storage
    Plextor PX-512M5Pro 512GB
  • PSU
    Enermax NAXN+ 650w 80+ Bronze
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 48" J5000 TV
  • Cooling
    CM Hyper 212x
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master Quick Fire TK (Blue)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G600 White
  • Sound
    Fiio E07K
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro x64

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  1. Maybe it's one mining BIOS, try find proper BIOS at TechPowerUp Bios collections and flash it.
  2. If you want to maximize performance per watt, you can use MSI Afterburner Frequency Curve to further tweak the card. You might get lower temp and power usage with minimal performance drop depending on your chip quality. You can open Frequency Curve by pressing CTRL+F.
  3. 1) Install GE if you need stuff like Shadowplay and Ansel otherwise don't bother with that bloatware. 2) Yeah, NVCP is lacking many stuffs unlike Radeon Settings but fanboys said it works so it just works. 3) Keep it. 4) Not sure about this one, my 980 Ti got 3 fans but it only show 1 fan in MSI AB. I know some cards like the old MSI Lightning or Sapphire Vapor-X the middle or smaller fan got it's own controller. 5) "Power" show how much power your card is consuming in percentage relative to BIOS power limit. If you want to check the exact wattage it currently using you need to use HWiNFO alongside MSI AB. 6) Afterburner show "effective memory clock" for Nvidia cards. For GDDR6/GDDR5X like 2080 you need to multiply the base clock speed with 8 while GDDR5 you need to multiply it by 4. A GDDR5 RX 580 with 2000mhz memory clock is effectively run at 8000mhz. HBM clock speed is slower but it got HUGE memory bus width. 256bit in 2080 vs 4096bit in Radeon VII.
  4. GTX 750 is fine and much stronger but i don't know if your mobo support it. You might want to spend some money on better PSU though since yours is over 10 years old and it's not a great PSU to begin with.
  5. Can you download this synthetic bench and run the 1080p Extreme preset? https://benchmark.unigine.com/superposition Share the result here.
  6. Seems about right. I installed several games that i thought i want to play but never play them.
  7. That exactly what i did when i play Euro Truck Simulator 2 last night, in Linux. My DS4 controller and G27 wheel work out of the box too.
  8. Should be no problem if you set all to use 1333mhz. If you want to use 1600mhz you need to check if those 1333mhz stick is overclockable to 1600mhz.
  9. Not going to work, good luck trying to force that without losing paid customers.
  10. Moar Dirt Rally 2.0, i forgot how pretty this game is.
  11. Check Radeon Setting. Check Windows 10 Graphic Performance Preference.