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DeadlyTitan

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About DeadlyTitan

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  • Interests
    Computers & Games :)
  • Occupation
    Application Developer

System

  • CPU
    i7 8700
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z370 Krait Gaming
  • RAM
    32 GB (2x16GB) Ballistix Elite DDR4 3000 Mhz Cas 15
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio
  • Case
    Corsair Spec Alpha
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 250 GB, Samsung 850 Evo 500 GB, 2 TB Toshiba 7200 RPM 64MB Catch, 2 TB Seagate 7200 RPM 64MB Catch
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator XB271HU (1440p 144hz G-Sync IPS Display)
  • Cooling
    Deepcool Gammaxx GT RGB
  • Keyboard
    Optimus Maximus
  • Mouse
    Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury
  • Sound
    Creative SBS A255
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro X64

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  1. I'll probably wont be upgrading my GPU anytime soon, i usually upgrade every 2nd or 3rd gen, but yea that's what i plan to do with it, 3 monitors and a TV over the top. Thnx for the tips on WSGF, heard it from Linus videos but forget the name and it was lost on me.
  2. Cause i already have a main monitor that sits in the middle and i love the curvature provided by triple monitors, covering my entire LOS, at least most of my LOS. I did tried 21:9 before buying my main monitor and although it had a curve, it didn't really fill my entire LOS. or atleast not immersion enough for me, Edit - also I've heard that not many games (especially older ones) really support 21:9, 32:9 aspect ratio so i kinda backed away from them during my initial purchase.
  3. How would the 1080ti (MSI GTX 1080 ti Gaming X Trio) perform with a triple 27" 1440p monitor setup? The resolution would be 7680 x 1440 I wont be playing any competitive games in that setup, it'll be mostly older games like Skyrim Legenday Edition (Heavily Modded) Metro redux NFS MW 2012 NFS Rivals, Mass effect 1, 2, 3 The Bureau - XCOM Declassified XCom EU With Long War Mod State Of Decay 1, 2 The Amazing Spider Man 1, 2 Spider Man Shattered Dimensions Spider Man Web Of Shadows Borderlands 1, 2 Crysis 1, 2, 3 Dead Space 1, 2, 3 Wolfenstein - The New Order Darksiders 1, 2 (3 maybe idk) Dawn of War Dark Crusade and Soulstorm Dungeon Siege 1, 2 Bulletstorm Deadpool Divine Divinity and its series Kingdoms of Amalur Reckoning Lichdom Battlemage Shadowrun Dragon Fall, Hong kong Singularity The Sims 4 Torchlight 1, 2 Warhammer 40.000 - Space Marine YAIBA - Ninja Gaiden Z Dragon Ball - Xenoverse 1, 2 Dragon Age 1, 2, 3 Dragon's Dogma - Dark Arisen Dying Light Enemy Territory Quake Wars Fallout 3 Gears Of War 1 Ghost Recon - Future Soldier Halo 1, 2 Left 4 Dead 1, 2 Marvel Ultimate Alliance 1, 2 X-Men Legends 2 - Metal Gear Solid V - The Phantom Pain NieR - Automata Pillars of Eternity Rocket League Silver Fall Sniper Elite 1, 2, 3 Sins Of A Solar Empire - Rebellion (With Mods) Space Hulk Death Wing Zoo Tycoon 2 Burnout Paradise Prototype Well sorry for the long list of games but you get the gist of things, am sure i've missed a lot more games that i'd like to play but yea these are the kinda games i'd want to play on my triple monitor setup. I currently have 1x 24" 1080p @ 60hz monitor 1x 27" 1440p GSync @ 165 hz monitor I use the Gsync one when playing competitive games like Planetside 2 Paladins Renegade X Mech Warriors Living Legends and i will keep using it as my main monitor for all competitive gaming, its just i'd switch to the triple monitor setup when playing games that needs immersion as I really dont care about the FPS in such games as long as they are above 30 FPS (i prefer eye candy in these games), i just want to know how the card will perform and if its even worth it, please do note that, I've never played on a triple monitor or even a dual monitor setup so i have zero experience but i do have a 55" 4k Samsung TV that i play my games on from the couch when i want more relaxed gaming. Thank you
  4. Thank you all, i've decided to wait for the Ryzen 3000 APU's since the launch is so close, but till then i've decided on Ryzen 3 2200G.
  5. So, am looking to purchase 5 ~ 7 new systems for my newly opening office, and am looking at Ryzen 3 1200, 2200G and ryzen 5 1400, anything other than them is strictly out of budget as they cost way too much than am willing to pay for 5 ~ 7 systems, especially 2400g and higher up cpu's. Most of the time we'll be working with unity and visual studios, but i'd also like to have them have the ability to play some old games with lan play enabled in our free time (games like dungeon siege 2, Titan Quest, dirt, Age of empires, borderlands, War of the Overlord, Rocket league, Space hulk death wing, paladins, Planetside 2) and similar games @ 720p (Note - not a complete list of games we'll play but some games in my head at the moment) In case of Ryzen 3 1200 and Ryzen 5 1400 i'll get GT 1030 GPU, but i prefer not to add additional expenses, bah what i am saying is i want to know if 2200G is good enough so that i dont need to buy Ryzen 5 1400 + GT 1030, saving some cash on 5 ~ 7 systems as i have other expenses which can use it. Where i live a Ryzen 5 2400G costs - $180 Ryzen 3 1200 costs - $75 Ryzen 5 1400 costs - $134 Ryzen 3 2200G costs - $112 GT 1030 costs - $96 I'd also like to know if A320M boards are good enough for Ryzen 3 1200, Ryzen 5 1400 and 2200G or should i go for B450M for 2200G ? (yea i wont be overclocking any of them) Does ryzen 3 2200G benefits from having dual channel memory? since it uses an integrated GPU ? last but not the least, I dunno how good quadcore cpu's are in this age and time, are they still good for light multiplayer gaming? i mean i will grudgingly go for 2400G if they are not viable but i really rather not, seeing how few the gains are compared to 2200G in games. Note - non of these will be my main rig since i already got an overpowered personal work station. Thank you for the time.
  6. I Got a 52" Samsung TV that i am trying to connect with my main Gaming Rig using a HDMI cable but the thing is not getting detected. I already have a second display connected to my RIG using HDMI which is my old Asus 1080p monitor that is getting detected fine and working, however the TV is not even detected. Nothing in display settings or in the Nvidia Control panel. I've tried unplugging all the displays and connecting them again and restarting the PC. All the drivers are up to date and am using Windows 10 latest build. The thing is neither the TV nor the cable nor the ports are faulty cause i tried switching around ports and the cable and they all worked just fine and i connected the TV to my second gaming RIG and it got detected just fine and was working, I've even connected the TV to my laptop using the HDMI and it worked just fine. I am thinking its a problem with Windows 10. I really want to connect my TV to my main gaming rig for some relaxed couch gaming in the evenings. Yes i tried connecting just the TV to the system while unplugging the extra monitors and the same problem, it just keeps saying No signal. Any help regarding this issue is greatly appreciated. System specs - GPU - GTX 1080 Ti CPU - i7 8700 Ram - 2 x 16 GB @ 3200Mhz Main Display - Acer Predator 1440p @ 165hz Gsync Secondary Display - My old Asus 1080p Monitor
  7. Unfortunately there does not seems to be an option ingame, have to look for ini hacks or some 3rd party tool. The old Metro 2033 have an awesome tool to tweak the settings as you like, this one the redux does not have any. EDIT : Correction, there appears to be an option to turn it off, i was just too stupid to notice it in the first place. Damn am getting too old for this stuff. There are no other options for AA, so i am pretty much stuck with SSAA.
  8. Oh my god really? Thank you, well that explains. There is no 1x option in SSAA so i better just stick it to 2x then i guess? With SSAA no change, then again provided what SSAA is i am no longer surprised.
  9. So yea, i play in 2560 x 1440 with max graphical settings (very high in this case) and am getting am abysmal 30 FPS in the game. I just cant get past 30 FPS and no i do not have Vsync on. However i do get over 250+ FPS when i turn down the SSAA from 4x to either Auto or 0.5x, Is this normal ? I cant believe how demanding SSAA is. Seriously, can anyone with the same/similar specs and the game tell me if this is normal? GPU usage is at 100% in game. My system specs are as follows - i7 8700 GTX 1080 Ti 32 Gb Ram (3000 mhz, cas 15, 2x 16 GB) 2560 x 1440 @ 165 hz Gsync monitor
  10. After debating with myself over and over on this, i have decided to install an online UPS cause i have to install it sooner or later anyway. At first i wanted to just buy an APC Back-UPS Pro 1500VA UPS Battery Backup & Surge Protector (BR1500G) and get rid of the problem temporarily until i can buy an online UPS in the following months (probably 6 months after) but then i have decided might as well just spend the extra $200 now and go for online ups than spending $200 now and then an another $400 later when installing an online UPS.
  11. you mean something like this ? I am fully clothed and work in a fully air conditioned room so there is zero sweating for me at any time. I would like to know if there are any health hazards in using these comfortable looking "Gaming" chairs for long hrs.
  12. Can you explain? Well, i always though they are good and comfortable to sit in for long hrs, especially for someone like me who spends like most of his time sitting before PC. I never had any personal experience cause my last chair is just an office chair which i use all the time even when i am gaming.
  13. When i called the service guy he checked it up and said the problem is inverter output voltage drops to 140 when there is a sudden power outbreak and the system is running under heavy load, but everything comes back to normal after that initial first second, its an inverter and UPS. He just chalked it up to saying its normal and nothing to worry about. He also suggested i go for online UPS, but i just want a temporary solution until i can afford an online ups it in a month or two.
  14. Umm, i guess its a Line Interactive one. It takes power from the mains and only kicks in when there is a power outrage. Its 1100VA. My current system have 750W PSU and i have to say it only restarts when the system is running under full load for example when playing games that use more than 60% of my GPU, else it wont restart my PC even during power outrages. Its connected to 3 x 65 Ah batteries in series for a total of 195 Ah. These are solid batteries with no liquid and are pretty new. I use it to power my Desktop, config below i7 8700 GTX 1080 ti 2x16 GB (32 GB 3000Mhz cas 15) Ram Corsair RMX 750 4x 4 TB 7200 RPM HDD's Samsung 960 Pro NVMe 512 GB SSD Samsung 850 Evo 1 TB SSD Coolermaster Hyper 212x Monitor 1 - monitor 2 - 2:1 sound system wifi router I have separate inverter for my home and other appliances.
  15. So which one do you guys recommend the most? DX racer is currently unavailable and these 2 are the only ones that are currently readily available for me. My old gaming chair broke so i need a replacement asap. Do any of you guys have any experience with one of these? I would like to know the personal opinions if any one of you guys owned any of them CORSAIR T1 RACE Gaming Chair Gigabyte AORUS AGC300 Gaming Chair
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