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About xg32


  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    z390 taichi ult
  • RAM
    gskill 4266 1.4v bdie
  • GPU
    EVGA 2080 ti xc slim
  • Case
    corsair graphite 780t (wanted a TT level 10 but tariffs rip)
  • Storage
    4x 970 evo 256gb raid 0 asus hyper 2x 860 evo 512gb raid 0. wd black 4tb
  • PSU
    evga g2 1300w
  • Display(s)
    predator x27 (gaming) pa272w (netflix)
  • Cooling
    noctua d15
  • Keyboard
    g710 brown
  • Mouse
  • Sound
    z5500 5.1 (falling apart)
  • Operating System
    10 pro
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  1. xg32

    Ryzen vs Intel

    depending on how much you wanna spend 2060, 2080 are 2 good choices, skip the 2070. As for cpu, it doesn't matter for 95% of the games at 100hz whether you go intel or amd, i'd just get a 2600 and upgrade to zen 2 when it comes out.
  2. xg32


    may or june, 9900k performance for 300usd, 16 cores for 5-600usd. Just guessing of course.
  3. xg32


    wait for zen 2
  4. xg32

    Ram timings ajustement!!

    first thing i'd try is change it from 11 11 11 to 10 10 10, if that's not stable then forget about it, if it is, go up 50mhz at a time.
  5. xg32

    GPU for 1440p monitor

    a 1660 ti is basically a 1070, given that a 1660 ti is only 280usd, 250 for a used 1070 is not a good deal at all, needs to be around 220 and below. For new i'd go with the 1660 ti or the 2060, for newer AAA titles i think the 2060 is the better deal.
  6. for pascal and turing, i believe the scaling is something like 50%~ past a certain point, it's not 1:1.
  7. xg32

    I undervolted my GTX 1080 to 0.7V - Results

    nice one, i personally just adjust with the power limit, at its lowest it can do 1350mhz with the fans off, 1750mhz 200w is pretty good too
  8. xg32

    GeForce 419.17 WHQL driver download

    the occasional screen flicker with gsync might finally be gone for me, only took 4 months.
  9. xg32

    RTX 2060 vs GTX 1660Ti

    it's 15% on average, 25% on some the newer triple A titles (metro, apex, farcry), the 2060 is still the best deal imho, but the 1660ti fills the void under 300usd.
  10. xg32

    Which card should I downgrade to?

    i'd go with a 2060 as it shows bigger gains over the 1660 ti in newer games than average, it's only slightly higher $/performance.
  11. xg32

    1660 Ti or 2060?

    i'd still go with the 2060 for a bit more, but it's personal perference really, since evga raised the price of their 2060 black from 320usd up to 350 now
  12. it's only in stock half the time but the black is the non-a version, they go outta stock fast anytime it's back in stock though https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=11G-P4-2281-KR
  13. there's no need to go with a 5400rpm drive https://www.amazon.com/Seagate-BarraCuda-Internal-3-5-Inch-ST2000DM006/dp/B071WLPRHN/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=hdd&qid=1550858629&s=gateway&sr=8-4&th=1 that 2080 is overpriced unless you are going for looks, for 200 more than the 2080 trio you can get a 2080 ti black https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-2081-KR for psu the g2 is better but 20dollars more atm https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IKDETOC/ref=twister_B01LXKQ07C?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 For z390 motherboard, just pick anything from the gigabyte lineup or the taichi that's on sale atm. Most asus boards are downgraded this generation for cost savings on their part.
  14. out of those, the gigabyte
  15. short answer, yes at 1080p, i'd wait for zen 2 and see what your choices are with cpu/gpu combos. 8gb ram is definitely a problem. If your monitor is only 60hz then there's no bottleneck from the cpu.