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NeroLobos

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  1. I’m looking to upgrade my current headsets( steel series arctic pro ) for headphones dac/amp my budget is 600 but won’t mind spending more if that means I’ll get great sound quality im new to the whole audiophile things so I apologize if I ask a lot of questions.
  2. i was having a similar issue i think mine was way worse and i couldn't find a answer anywhere these were my result before and after https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/8492247/spy/8513099 after starting fresh for the 3rd time i decide not to download any application except steam and 3d mark and noticed it was running fine so i then downloaded Heaven benchmark and let it run in the background while installing more apps 1 by 1 then i got to corsair icue and shit hit the fan with my frames turns out Icue latest update was not playing friendly with my cpu and making it under perform badly i still dont understand why it was doing that so i just uninstalled and kept it that way. so it might be a application not playing nice i hope my story helps cause i was really frustrated for the longest time so feel your pain and i was not about to pay my local pc guy 100 for diagnostic lol
  3. my Build Case:Corsair 570x MotherBoard:Asus Rog Maximus x code Cpu: I7-8700k Aio: Corsair 150i pro running push pull Fans: Corsair ll120 Ram: Corsair Vengeance rgb Gpu:Evga Rtx 2080ti FTW3 Psu: Corsair 650w rmi i recently updated my bios and did a overclocked following de8saur guide https://youtu.be/CoUtA7DKXhU the only thing i changed was cpu clock to 4.7 and voltage to 1.270 and avx offset to 0 then i noticed bad fps so i went back to default setting in my bios but im still getting bad frame rate i used 3dmark for testing https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/39291256?
  4. i just check everything again and did another benchmark and not my cpu is the one doing poop https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/39291256? how do i fix this
  5. Hello everyone I went back to default settings on everything I even did DDU and in still getting like 60-40 frame on heaven benchmark and I noticed my clock speed is fluctuating really bad ??
  6. my Build Case:Corsair 570x MotherBoard:Asus Rog Maximus x code Cpu: I7-8700k Aio: Corsair 150i pro running push pull Fans: Corsair ll120 Ram: Corsair Vengeance rgb Gpu:Evga Rtx 2080ti FTW3 Psu: Corsair 650w rmi i just recently decide to giver overclocking a try and i think i messed up cause my frames in games have drop first thing i did was upgrade my bios to the latest firmware and made sure everything else was update then i followed der8auer guide https://youtu.be/CoUtA7DKXhU the only thing i change was cpu ghz to 4.7 and a avx offset to 0 and cpu voltage to1.270 then i stressed tested it for 2 hours and never crashed with thermals maxing out at 72c as for my gpu i loaded up heaven benchmark went for 1000mhz in memory and 110 clock and i went full on voltage/gpu temp/power thermals maxing out at 63 didn't notice anything wrong until i loaded up a game so i checked all my setting loaded up the stress test one more time for cpu and gpu that when i noticed frame rate drop in heaven so i went back to my bios loaded up the default presets did the same with my gpu default preset and i am still getting bad frame rate.
  7. I’m guessing it the same deal for overclocking the gpu as well it should have no effect? Thanks for you help
  8. Thanks you and I know this is gonna sound stupid but does having rgb on matter the other day when i was scrolling through the forum I saw a comment about turning off rgb is better when overclocking??
  9. my Build Case:Corsair 570x MotherBoard:Asus Rog Maximus x code Cpu: I7-8700k Aio: Corsair 150i pro running push pull Fans: Corsair ll120 Ram: Corsair Vengeance rgb Gpu:Evga Rtx 2080ti FTW3 Psu: Corsair 650w rmi im new to OC and wanted to know if my power supply is strong enough to overclock my cpu & gpu to there full potential or do I need to upgrade my power supply reason I have 650w is cause I had a asus strix 1080 before I upgraded and never thought about overclocking until I got my hands on a 2080ti for a good price
  10. i only have a Corsair RM650i power supply is that enough to overclock the FTW3
  11. thanks for the help but can yall explain the main difference between the 1500$ and the 1300$ version of the FTW3 please
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