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About r3loAded

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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
  • RAM
    2x4GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000Mhz
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 980Ti SC
  • Case
    Game Max Onyx Tempered Glass
  • Storage
    1x240GB SSD + 2x500GBHDD
  • PSU
    Super Flower 750W Fully Modular 80+ GOLD
  • Display(s)
    Asus ROG Swift PG279Q
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma
  • Mouse
    SteelSeries Rival 300
  • Operating System
    10 Pro

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    sleep and relaxation
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  1. CPU bottlenecking New GPU

    If you want too see live usage (load percentage) of the gpu and cpu and the frequencies they are working on, install CAM Software from NZXT, then you'll know which component bottlenecks.
  2. How to remove bottleneck?

    My PC is not working! soo , please helpp mee?
  3. Strix 1080ti 11g vs O11g

    because they can :))....nothing we can do about it
  4. Gtx 960 4gb vs 1050ti

    IMO 1050 ti is a better buy: - lower power consumption (less heat) - same 128 bus width as 960 - higher clock frequencies - new architecture (more support in future) - brand new, never used with full warranty
  5. Hi fellow enthusiasts. I'm about to make a new build in the Phanteks Evolv Shift case. I would like to go "extreme" and have an 120mm AIO on the CPU (not necessary but I want to - i5-7500) and I have an EVGA GTX 980 Ti Hybrid that has an 120mm AIO as well. On their website Phanteks states that the case could accommodate 2 x 120mm AIOs and shows a picture how you can achieve that (see picture attached). My main concern is that both radiators are installed at the bottom of the case (the only configuration possible) and they will be under their respective pump. I did a little bit of research and that's not the best/recommended position to have for them. They should be at the same level or ideally a little bit higher than the pump. If anyone is using an AIO with the radiator at the bottom could provide some feedback would be highly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  6. how to cap fps?

    1. I am aware that my current GPU won't push 144 fps in order to take advantage of the 144hz screen. 2. It's a way to cap, not the most efficient, and yes it will defeat the purpose of the G-Sync. Looks like I didn't thought that through.
  7. how to cap fps?

    Will try that as soon as I get back home from work. Thanks
  8. how to cap fps?

    Oh right. So if I will sett the Hz of the monitor to 100 in OSD and then activate vsync in game I should get the 100fps cap I want. The big question now is what would be the toll on the gpu when vsync in on at 1440p ultra settings?
  9. how to cap fps?

    Hi everyone. As the title says, I want to cap the fps I get in a game. So we have the following parameters: Graphics card - GTX 980 Ti Monitor - Asus ROG Swift PG279Q 144Hz G-Sync Game - World of Tanks And the following request: I have the game running in ultra settings (AA Off) and I'm getting 117 fps until the 980 Ti reaches 99% load (the CPU - i5-6600k no OC sits around 45%load). I would like to cap the fps at 100. Reason for request: While the game is running smoothly due to G-Sync, the graphics card gets a little bit hot for my likings -> 75c min to 80 max. Yes I know that the temp is fine, but I'm not happy with the noise nor the heat that exits the case (you can call it OCD). I am happy with 100fps as the game is not that competitive and I wouldn't see the difference anyway between 117fps and 100fps. Side notes: I intend to migrate to a new build, in the Phanteks Evolv Shift ITX case. At the moment in my build (check the signature) I use the MSI Gaming variant of the 980 Ti. In the Evolv Shift I will be using Zotac 980 Ti reference design and might try my best to overclock it to the MSI speeds or close to that. I will have a fan at the bottom in order to blow fresh air to the graphics card but I want to cap the fps so that the reference cooling design to stay quiet and cooler by a couple of degrees (at least I hope so). I will be selling my current rig and hope that I won't regret the migration. So, what would be the easiest way to do it? Thank you in advance for your replies.
  10. 1070ti

    I know you are the "female gender". I am the "male gender" but I can still be your girlfriend when it comes to spending money :)). Also know that you already have a bf :))....just messing around. Hope you're not pissed that I did that on your post @Eflics.
  11. 1070ti

    And no girlfriend? Can I be your girlfriend? I can spend your money too
  12. Show off your latest purchase!

    I know it's kind of low balling but I couldn't make something on top too make the business working otherwise. Still I offered more than CEX is offering.
  13. Show off your latest purchase!

    He was asking £250 for it. Just sent him the £200 offer and he accepted
  14. Second hand 980ti deal or no

    If your power supply can handle it and if your old graphics card is at least 25% slower ===> GO FOR IT. It's a very good price for a 980 ti.
  15. Need advice for going to Germany

    As I said, I might be very wrong. That was from my short experience in Germany, and I don't know, that's just how I feel now. But I bet the germans from this forum are one of the best people . Maybe I got used too much with the friendliness here in Cardiff, Wales.