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Bush Badger

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About Bush Badger

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  • Location
    Place where nothing works
  • Biography
    I give really bad advices, I think.

System

  • CPU
    i9 9900K
  • Motherboard
    Aorus Master
  • RAM
    32GB Trident Z RGB 3200
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 2080 TI Lightning Z
  • Case
    Lian Li Dynamic (White)
  • Storage
    Samgsung 850EVO SSD 500GB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850X White Edition
  • Display(s)
    ASUS PG258Q x2
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x62
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. its a game called Ironsight
  2. Thank goodness, 11GB. I had a heart attack for a bit back there
  3. Was doing some ingame settings and realized it said my card is a RTX 2080TI 3072mb? Surely I have more than 3GB of memory or am I missing something here?
  4. thanks for the reply, however I dont usually download anything. Also the risks associated with hacks are too great so I will never touch them. The thing thats bothering me to most is the fact this is from Nvidia? So I am not quite sure how to feel about this, is Nvidia auto downloading malware?
  5. This just popped up while I was on the internet. What is Nvidia doing, I thought its just a driver.
  6. I am using Rogers (a Canadian ISP) and I am on the up to 1gbps down and up to 30mbps up plan. I had a technician over today to check on frequent disconnects and packet loss. He replaced almost all the coax heads around the house and outside and the speeds good, once he left the speed dropped down to around 300 down and 9 up, but after an hour it went back up to around 800 down and 20 up. Could this be because I am sharing the node with other Rogers user in the area? I have had 6 techs over and they all just plug their work laptop into my modem and say the speed is fine and they leave. How do I explain it to them that the problem is much deeper? Besides the frequent internet disconnects and packet loss, are there other things that I should mention or test that I should have them preform? Thanks in advance
  7. the jitter has now been eliminated by one simple step , i enabled scanline sync with the same value as my fps cap. Who would have known ;o
  8. No you are right, I definitely should keep my eyes on my per core usage. It just seems taht Rainbow 6 really likes to use 90% of my CPU while playing at 1080p lowest settings
  9. I do like to keep a browser open and youtube playing on the side.... would that be the culprit? Also I have these installed Afterburner Rivatuner CAM by NZXT this OS is my 5th reinstall though I dont have it activated, do you have any good win 10 build I should be on?
  10. okay, maybe I am asking too much of my CPU then. Thought right now 9900k is the best anyone can buy for gaming right? Though I dont get how streamers can play games without hiccups and my specs are the same if not better....
  11. My CPU can be quite finicky at times I do get really high CPU usage but thats mostly because of 1080p right? Also quick question, would packet loss also cause frame problems? My internet is really unreliable
  12. oh okay, I am running a 9900k at 5Ghz. I am not very good with OC and just followed guides on the internet, do you have any good suggestions?
  13. I am sorry if I offended you, I mainly just want to achieve high stable frames while playing competitive esports titles.
  14. Tbh I am having trouble with almost all my games. What frames are you getting at 1080p?
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