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About CGameDev

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  • Location
    Kitchener, Canada
  • Interests
    Computer gaming and game development using Unity
  • Occupation
    Software Engineering Game Developer


  • CPU
    i7 6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VIII Formula
  • RAM
    32 GB 2400MHZ
  • GPU
  • Case
    Corsair 540
  • Storage
    256 M.2, 4x1TB in Raid10, 500Gb SSHD
  • PSU
    850Watt 80Gold
  • Display(s)
    Acer 27" 1440p @ 144Hz
  • Cooling
    Custom water loop
  • Keyboard
    Thermaltake Ttesport
  • Mouse
    Thermaltake Ttesport
  • Sound
    Samsung 5.1 DTS system
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Enterprise 64 Bit

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  1. Hey guys I just need your feedback and thoughts about the GPU market and where its heading. Every so often a new set of GPUs launches at times more that few times per year. I notice that they have all these features and fancy marketing. Is it really worth it? or its just to target enthuse computer builders who love to benchmark? I recently build a mini itx Ryzen 3600 gaming pc with 32GB ram 3600 speed and for the GPU my old EVGA SC Titan X Maxwell architecture. I still get crazy FPS when i set games like RE2 Remake to max or any current games. I am not saying someone should go out and buy an old card cause i do see Titan x going for $400, may be better to buy a current gen. My point is I think all these GPUs that keep getting pushed out with fancy names and features are just marketing and for a topical gamer I don't think its mandatory to always upgrade once every 2 or 3 years if you have a good card. I welcome your feedback whether its supporting my point or against it!
  2. System up and running and plays games real good, i even tired on my 4k and no frame drop.
  3. Fitting the GPU and bottom rad to see how it all works out.
  4. My first build in few years Build: But- Can It Run Crysis (B-CIRP) Titan X is from a old build. Parts Front Panel Distro-Plate Front view Base Plate Decal for case
  5. I had it since it first came out and have no issues. so am thinking of using it in the new build rather then spending the extra $$$ on gpu and water-block
  6. My current PC that its been in for the past 4 years is a 1440p gaming system. Its going to be an hand me down to someone that dont really need a Titanx to do Microsoft office tasks
  7. Hey guys, So i am doing a Ryzen build with the 3600 and a mini itx x570 MB, 32BG Ram. I have a EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X SC GAMING from my previous build. Being am only playing 1080 or 1440P gaming. Do i need to spend the extra $$$ to get once of these GPUs that are on the market. I mean there are so much and offering all these nifty features and all I dont know what to buy of if to buy. Do i really need to spend the extra $700 to buy a GPU?
  8. So i got the bundle, the Gigabyte MB and the 3600, I look into it and the X is only 2% performance increase
  9. ok, well the system am building is going to be fully custom water loop so i suppose with temperature control i can get the same performance
  10. are both of them unlocked and are their any performance difference in the 2? the X seem to have a higher clock speed and is unlocked
  11. I know, cause the only way out i see is to but a cheap amd cpu to upgrade the motherboard bios. the GIGABYTE X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI does support bios flashback, does that make a difference