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EryX6

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  1. i want to know if there is any benefits to running the nvidia physx on the integrated GPU(i7-9700k) instead of running it on my GPU Gigabyte RTX 2080 Aorus Xtreme.
  2. what do you mean by "reconfig" them? get into EzRaid and do the process again? wont it format them in order to do that?
  3. so the thing is, i have 2 SSD's in raid-0 and the windows 10 was installed on them, a couple of day's ago i bought an NVME m.2 drive(ADATA XPG SX8200) and decided to install windows on that drive and just use it instead of the raid-0 drives. the new drive works great, the problem is i cant access the old drives to get my data out of them so i can transfer it to the new drive... windows shows the drive as F:\ but with no space and when i click on it, it just throws me an error "The volume does not contain a recognizable file system" and that i need to format it... BIOS also recognize the drives as present(tho unlike windows it show's 2 drives instead of 1) so i have no clue what to do next to access them as regular drives in raid-0... i just need some files from them i don't mind formatting them after the transfer... Please help me figure this out, Thanks.
  4. Ok so it wasn't always like this, but my windows machine takes too much time to boot, I'm running the OS on a FakeRAID-0 of 2 ssd's and for the last 3 month's all was good- the system would boot from pressing the power button to a working windows in about 15 seconds which is an improvement from just 1 ssd who booted the system in about 20 seconds, but lately the time it takes the system to boot is near 1:30 minutes(when i say long boot i mean the windows 10 logo with the spinning loading symbol is taking at least a minute and 10-15 seconds... the other 10-15 seconds comes from the mobo logo and raid setup screen) I don't know what the problem might be so i tried to test the raid in Crystalmark and got this results: i figure something is not right with the drives since i also tested the single ssd i have which i used to be booting the system from and got this results: the single drive results are much better then the raid-0 ones.. do i have a problem in one of my drives that's causing the long boot time? my FakeRAID-0 drives are - https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-240GB-2-5-Inch-SDSSDA-240G-G25-Version-x/dp/B00S9Q9VS4 and the single ssd i tested in comparison is this - https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-120GB-2-5-Inch-SDSSDA-120G-G25-Version-x/dp/B00S9Q9UKS
  5. Im not from USA those are the prices of those cards, plus if for example i order from amazon the cost will be 20-30$ less so i rather spend the 20$ on buying from a store i can go to if something goes wroung. those are the prices in my country for the cards... by the way the same 1080Ti barnd new costs 1,135$ so...
  6. the 1080TI aorus X has a warranty of 1 year and is a used card(not for mining) with about 6 month's of age, the 2070's are all 3 year warranty and factory new condition.
  7. I have a maximum of 700$ to invest in a new GPU to a new system im building and wanted to know which one of the optional GPU's will be better to buy. I'm a heavy gamer and looking for overclocking performance as well since the GPU will be overclocked(and CPU ofc..) so the GPU's i have avilable to buy are: GeForce RTX 2070 WINDFORCE 8G for a price of 700$ (factory new with 3 years warranty) GeForce RTX 2070 ARMOR 8G for a price of 700$ (factory new with 3 years warranty) GALAX GeForce® RTX 2070 EX also about 690$~ (factory new with 3 years warranty) AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme Edition for a price of 670$ (this card is not factory new, but it will go tests to assure it is in good conditions, its about 6 month's in use and still have a warranty for a 1 year so..) the main dilemma is between getting a 2070 or a 1080TI.. i want it to run games on max at 1080p or 1440 at 144Hz or 165Hz(i still dont know what screen to get so yha..) with good FPS results. would love you guy's input on this
  8. i got him to 4.9 in 1.350 stable and to 5.0 on 1.410-1.415 but i only checked for stability... i want to keep this CPU for at least 3-4 years so 1.410v core isnt very good for this purpose...
  9. my fans right now are: 2 front intake, top exhaust, and in the D15 the fans exhaust to the back of the case but their isnt any fan in the back of the case just the 2 fans of the D15 are exhausting to the back. if i could i would add another fan to the back for exhaust but i cant since the d15 is monster huge.... and the temps as i said are very good right now i just think i might get another 2-3c out of my system if i will do the other option(so i opened this thread to ask if it is recommended to do so) cpu idle-25-26 cpu stress-53-54 gpu idle-26 gpu stress-56
  10. first of all spec: i5-6600k @4.6MHz at 1.210v Noctua NH-D15S gigabyte ga-z170-HD3P Sapphire RX 480 Nitro + 8GB oc edition @1350 @2200 G.Skill Value DDR4 8GB x 2 NZXT S340 so, right now this is the air flow in my case: (if you ask yourself why the GPU air flow looks this way then: ) any way, i couldn't remove the back fan in Photoshop so just ignore it, you can't put a back fan in this case because of the nh-d15s... the temps in this configuration are: cpu idle-25-26 cpu stress-53-54 gpu idle-26 gpu stress-56 any way i thought on adding a back fan but to do so i need to rotat the D15s 90 degrees like so: and it completely changes the airflow of the case... if you didn't understand the fan configuration its two 140mm front fans blowing air inside the case and one 140mm exhaust fan in the top section of the case and i want to add another exhaust fan to the back but to do so i need to change the CPU cooler so it will move air from bottom to top(or from top to bottom but i think bottom to top makes more sense to air flow) what do you think will give me best results in cooling the pc?
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