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About Sprayingmango

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  • Birthday 1980-05-15

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  • Interests
    Gaming, cycling, fitness, technology.


  • CPU
    Ryzen 9 3900X
  • Motherboard
    Asus Crosshair VIII Formula
  • RAM
    32GB G.Skill DDR4 3600
  • GPU
    evga 2080Ti XC Ultra Hybrid
  • Case
    Corsair 1000D
  • Storage
    Corsair MP600 PCIe 4 2TB + Samsung 970 Evo 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX1600i
  • Display(s)
    ASUS PG27UQ, PG279Q, PG278Q
  • Cooling
    Corsair H150i Pro
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G910
  • Mouse
    Logitech G903 PowerPlay
  • Sound
  • Operating System
    Win 10

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  1. I just loaded up HWMonitor and there are two sensors that just sit around 110+, never had a board with readings like this. I guess it's normal?
  2. Just finished my 3900X + Crosshair X570 Formula build. It's insanely fast and I love it. One thing that is weird though is I get a high temp reading on one of the MB sensors. I use iCue to monitor temps and one sensor is reading a consistent 110*C while all others hover around 37*C. Anyone have any idea what that is?
  3. No, just get an RTX 2060
  4. Why are people on these forums obsessed with what people spend on their hobby? We are all tech enthusiasts and I've been building custom systems for myself for gaming for over 20 years. You know, adults can have successful careers and disposable income to spend on their hobbies.... The X27 and PG27UQ have the same panel btw....they are identical and the only difference is the bezel (and maybe a quieter fan on the ASUS display).
  5. I've been gaming at 1440p 144Hz G-Sync for the past few years (SLI 1080Ti) and its been fantastic. This year I upgraded to an Asus PG27UQ along with NVLINK (SLI) 2080Ti's at 120Hz and I can't tell the difference from an FPS perspective. Visually games look amazing, especially games that support HDR. Otherwise, I can say that from an image quality point of view it's hard to tell 1440 vs 4k purely based on sharpness in games. When you step back and look at the overall quality of the panel based on colors, etc. well the 4k will look better every time. In games though...1440p is definitely the sweet spot.
  6. This thread cracks me up. Do people just not understand what a properly mixed setup with compression should sound like? The mic they are using is a condenser mic, a slightly above average one, but still it should sound better than your $50 Razer headset. I'm an audiophile and run a 10 channel mixer with a stereo condenser mic (Audio Technica AT4050ST) with compression for my TeamSpeak server. If you care about good audio, what LTT is doing is basics 101.
  7. There is no forum, I just checked again on Floatplane and on here. There is the ability to comment on videos but it's a mess.
  8. Yeah the forum is gone. I was an early Floatplane sub last year, and let it lapse. So I joined again to see what it's like now that it's on a new domain. Don't really see a point to it now. I did enjoy the exclusive streams that they used to do and the conversations on the private forum were really nice. I felt like they were almost worth more than getting the videos early. I guess CES vids couldn't really be a week early because it's more time sensitive, so that's a good point. I'm aleady a YouTube Premium / Red or whatever subscriber so I don't see extra ads, only the baked in ones.
  9. Just wondering, is there a reason to join Floatplane anymore? I joined last night and don't see a private forum anymore, and the videos that are on the LTT Floatplane are the same ones that are on YouTube. Just curious if I missed something? At this point I won't remain subscribed.
  10. The FTW3 would be the top choice. Custom PCB, great EVGA warranty, they won't void your warranty if you want to hybrid cool it (and they have hybrid cooling kits on the way). Plus it has a dual bios switch.
  11. They are safe to buy. I just bought two EVGA 2080Ti XC Ultras and they have been flawless. They are spectacular cards and absolutely rip everything.
  12. I have found that certain apps running in memory can cause weird issues like this. I had to stop using the Intel Turbo Boost Max utility on my 7900X system because it would cause issues exactly like this when gaming with SLI. I could turn it on / off and watch my GPU usage go up or down like a switch. I've also run into certain issues running the Samsung Magician software. Try disabling apps that are running one at a time to see if it stops the issue.
  13. Always make sure you run Display Driver Uninstaller before any GPU driver install. I would recommend running DDU and reinstalling the drivers.