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Mr.Sir

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  1. Mr.Sir

    1070/2600k@1440p?

    its a bit more ~80usd more, but i wouldnt play with ultra/AA, i hate AA and ultra's a bit silly for me, so would AA and high settings effect frames in any way?
  2. Mr.Sir

    1070/2600k@1440p?

    would future games like BF6 work just as ok if I was to manage a better CPU/MOBO/RAM upgrade?
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    1070/2600k@1440p?

    I currently have a 650ti paired with a 3470s and want a 1070/2600k@1440p, my goal is to hit smooth 60frames with little to no dips i play mildly hard to run games: GTA V, BF4, NoMansSky, Witcher 3 wild hunt, and cavegame i am running a 1080p 144hz monitor, and i will intend to keep it for competitive games: CS:GO, but i feel as if its not enough for my needs so i will be getting a 1440p60hz SVA Samsung panel: i also plan to use fast-sync on the 1440p monitor to make it smooth. I don't care about high refresh rates, frames don't matter for me as long as its over 50 Will this bottleneck and be terrible?
  4. Mr.Sir

    2600k

    no intel i7 2600k
  5. Mr.Sir

    2600k

    I have a Z68 mobo with a 3470s and will be getting a rx580. I was wanting to know if i could get a big performance hit with the 2600k. I play 50/50 multiplayer load-in map games and open world singleplayer [Subnautica etc.] my mobo does not have cooling at all so i couldnt really go nuts with oc'ing, i think i could hit a good 4.4Ghz the ones im finding are on ebay, listed at $100
  6. Mr.Sir

    1440p vs 1080p ulrawide

    no, i want to have a main monitor for gaming, maybe switch now and then but not two at once
  7. Mr.Sir

    1440p vs 1080p ulrawide

    don't care about refresh rate, i have Rx580 8GB (as mentioned above if you would read). I already have a 144hz 24" 1080p monitor. I can tweak setting for almost every game achieve consistent 60-75fps and i will have freesync nvidia is scum ($250-350 for Gsync)
  8. Mr.Sir

    1440p vs 1080p ulrawide

    well the 34UM69-B can be the other choice, i was thinking it would be to big for 2560x1080
  9. Mr.Sir

    1440p vs 1080p ulrawide

    In the tittle i don't care about vesa, i have Rx 580 8GB, framerate doesn't matter to me unless its under 50fps. I care about the gaming experience. the C27H711 has 75hz as well with free sync enabled
  10. Mr.Sir

    Mini PC to sub $600?

    actually that case is amazing for its price. very quiet and actually doesn't feel cheap at all, barely any flex
  11. Mr.Sir

    2500k w/ 1080 @ 3440X1440

    that's the I really liked. so that paired with lets say an asus 1080ti/ 2500k would be great for gaming?
  12. Mr.Sir

    2500k w/ 1080 @ 3440X1440

    they're not cheap but they also aren't bleeding edge HDR 144hz GSYNC overpriced "gaming gear"
  13. Mr.Sir

    2500k w/ 1080 @ 3440X1440

    these are the ones i was thinking about https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAE2J7FD8727&cm_re=3440_x_1440-_-24-025-343-_-Product https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824260239&cm_re=3440_x_1440-_-24-260-239-_-Product https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824011196&cm_re=3440_x_1440-_-24-011-196-_-Product
  14. Mr.Sir

    2500k w/ 1080 @ 3440X1440

    i would probably get the 1080 TI and a less expensive monitor.
  15. Mr.Sir

    2500k w/ 1080 @ 3440X1440

    yes thats outstanding performance compared to my gtx 650ti at 40 fps 1080p. especially at "3440X1440p" it would look amazing
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