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TigerClaw

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About TigerClaw

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  • Birthday 1973-02-05

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hialeah, Florida, USA

System

  • CPU
    Intel I9-9900k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200mhz Dual Channel Kit
  • GPU
    Asus GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Founders Edition
  • Case
    Cooler Master HAF X
  • Storage
    WD BLACK SN750 NVME SSD 1TB, WD Blue 1TB SSD, Samsung 850 Pro 512GB SSD, Samsung 840 Pro 512GB SSD, 2 WD Blue 500GB SSDs
  • PSU
    Seasonic PRIME 850 Platinum SSR-850PD 850W 80+ Platinum
  • Display(s)
    LG IPS235
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D15
  • Keyboard
    Razer BlackWidow Elite
  • Mouse
    Razer Basilisk
  • Sound
    Sound BlasterX AE-5 Sound Card
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
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  1. In other words. If you already have a 9900k that can overclock to 5.0Ghz just fine. Then you don't need the 9900KS. Even if it goes to 5.0Ghz out of the box. I'm sure that these benchmarks will show that the 9900K and the 9900KS will be tied when both are clocked at 5.0Ghz.
  2. Interesting. Because having Enhanced Multi-Core Performance set to Auto has all the cores boost to 4.7Ghz. But when I set that to On. It shows all cores going to 5.0Ghz according to HWiFO64. Having that set to on raises the idle temps around the 40c marks.
  3. So the 9900KS is coming out. For those who already have the 9900K. Is it worth the upgrade? Even though the specs are the same except for the 5.0Ghz All Core Turbo Boost Clock. The 9900K can literally do the same exact thing by just changing a setting in the Bios. Like when I set Enhanced Multi-Core Performance to On in my Gigabyte Z390 Aurus Master. All 8 cores Turbo Boost to 5.0Ghz according to HWiNFO64.
  4. Ok I seemed to have fixed it. I uninstalled the NordVPN Client. Restarted the PC. Then tried to log into Geforce Experience and it finally worked. So I then reinstalled the NordVPN Client to see if it still logs in. And low and behold. It still works. So apparently uninstalling NordVPN. Logging in. and then reinstalling NordVPN fixed it for me.
  5. Umm. I don't really have anyone with a PC with a Geforce card around here. Its just me unfortunately.
  6. Already did that. Same issue. We are unable to log you in at this time. Try again later.
  7. The only other PC I have is a Laptop. But that doesn't have Geforce in it.
  8. I also want to point out that I been connected to a VPN server which is NordVPN. Geforce Experience always worked with it. So I tried disconnecting from the VPN to see if that does anything. And nope. Same thing.
  9. I'll have to shut down the PC. unplugged the 27" and just keep the 1080p monitor hooked up to see if that does anything. brb.
  10. I have some third party apps running. But they never interfered with Geforce Experience. It was all working fine the day before. Then yesterday I got myself a brand new monitor. hooked it up. Then when I wanted to go to Geforce Experience to run the optimizations. Is when I noticed it wasn't logging in. So I have tried everything.
  11. Trust me. I reinstalled too. That didnt work either. I checked the Services. and the service is even running too.
  12. I can log into the website just find. I even tried changing the password. tried logging in with Google and or Facebook. I still get that error.
  13. I did a while ago. I was in chat with one. I did everything they asked. and nothing worked. They will email sometime in 24 hours about this issue.
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