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speed258

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About speed258

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lithuania

System

  • CPU
    Intel I7-8700K
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aourus Z390 Master
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance DDR4-3200MHZ 2x8GB
  • GPU
    Asus Nvidia Geforce GTX1080ti
  • Storage
    Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB 7200RPM and Samsung Evo 970 250GB
  • PSU
    Seasonic Prime 650W Titanium
  • Display(s)
    AOC 2043s
  • Cooling
    Noctua D14
  • Keyboard
    A4Tech Bloody B975
  • Mouse
    Scorpion
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. First thing is gpu damage can be recognised by: Physical damage: electronic components or PCB itself damaged like broken some part or etc. Chipset damage: Can be recognized by artifacts usually happens instant after boot or installing correct drives or putting stress on it and gpu goes crazy. Long term damaged only can be seen with special tools which solder chipsets between pcb and chipset there is small copper wires which over time and heat gets desoldered, this one is hard to tell without special tools. GPU will heat up no matter what its electronic component which generates heat. If it has warranty you should take it. If not then like I said you need to test by putting stress on it.
  2. I prefer displayport over hdmi unless you need sound. Look on wire it self sometimes it should be written otherwise if does not show 4K at 120hz its below 2.0 version
  3. Prime95 or Msi Afterburner it has included benchmark or cinemabench, but prime95 is better launch for gpu only and take a break for ~30minutes and if it works fine it seems good to take.
  4. AMD: https://github.com/GPUOpen-LibrariesAndSDKs/display-library < working example + documentation full fan management for different generation gpus, and easy overclocking control. Nvidia: https://docs.nvidia.com/gameworks/content/gameworkslibrary/coresdk/nvapi/modules.html + documentation which not include powerstate, fan management management only GET
  5. Fun fact but working with AMD drivers(programming) is million times better and easier than nvidia and amd has much more detailed documentation and easier to test driver functions while on nvidia its ghost chase since documentation is very thin
  6. This funny but in reality its below 1% chance, in our company we had laptop which struggled while watching youtube videos and browsing, issue was that ssd managed to reach 88-99C, we changed that broken ssd and everything went ok.
  7. To find exact post will take days, and I'm not post farming, look for youtuber: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCueyCLPsCxjk1ZwtAmu6Gvw he testing all sorts of hardware, also check https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI8iQa1hv7oV_Z8D35vVuSg he also does hardware comparison.
  8. https://warthunder.com/en and https://worldofwarships.com look for 2016-2018 devblogs if you lucky you will found it. Good luck.
  9. Couple small gaming companies when they did devblogs about game optimization they mentioned they received much better support from Intel and Nvidia and these companies promised to provide much better performance to Intel and Nvidia hardware, AMD will be king of the hill for heavy work rendering and similar stuff, for gaming amd still catching.
  10. This laptop seems to fit your requirements: Asus VivoBook S430FA
  11. Well it could either PSU or maybe something wrong with RAID, but I highly advice try change psu.
  12. I would advise try other psu, hmm also check SSD temps while gaming, It could be also that SSDs in raid is overheating but this is just <1% theory, PSU issue is more real
  13. Is it overclocked? Is you psu old? Could be psu cant provide stable power, try with other psu(take friends or from other pc), from my expierence I never saw dying Intel cpu, but saw 5 times dying AMD cpu so you probably safe from cpu dying term, check also chipset temps probably chipset is overheating due to burned thermal paste
  14. Hello I have laptop(Acer Aspire ES1-533) which randomly freeze, tried full windows reinstall, tried bios update, changed thermal paste, cleaned all dust inside, but nothing helped, sometimes freeze happens 2-3 a day, sometimes entire day without freezing, laptop mainly used for web browsing, no gaming. What could cause such issue? CPU,RAM or motherboard?
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