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  1. 1 minute ago, lonelybro said:

    It has 3 hdmi + 1 display port and 1 DVI.

    I was thinking buying RX580 4gb and ryzen 3.

    We need to make this setup for some company in order to play some videos for customers in their shop, so there are no comprimises, it must work perfectly. 

     

    Oh, then you really need something better :D. Ryzen 3 and RX580 should work fine even if they need transcoding/encoding for the video. Best bet is to get the best you can and 8-16Gb ram to be sure.


  2. Umm, 4 x Full HD is 4K. 2x2 grid, 2x1920 and 2x1080 = 3840x2160.

     

    For the GPU and CPU i don't have anything specific.

     

    From: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-minimum-system-requirements-to-play-or-stream-an-4K-video

     

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    Following are the minimum system requirements for PC and Mac for 4K edit/playback based on processor and graphics chip manufacturer's websites.

    Integrated Graphics solutions that support 4K external displays (8GB RAM recommended with integrated graphics solutions):

    • 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family (Intel Haswell based CPUs) - (Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 5200 / Intel® Iris™ Graphics 5100, Intel® HD Graphics 5000 / 4600 / 4400 / 4200)
    • AMD A10-7800 APU

    Discrete Graphics cards that support 4K external displays:

    • Nvidia GeForce
      • GeForce® GTX™ 970
        • GeForce® GTX™ 980
        • GeForce® GTX™ TITAN Z
        • GeForce® GTX™ TITAN Black
        • GeForce® GTX™ TITAN
        • GeForce® GTX™ 780 & 780 Ti
        • GeForce® GTX™ 770
        • GeForce® GTX™ 760 & 760 Ti
        • GeForce® GTX™ 750 & 750 Ti
        • GeForce® GTX™ 690, 680, 670, 660, 660 Ti, 650, 650 Ti BOOST, 650 Ti
      • AMD Radeon™ HD 7000 Series or better

     


  3. 2 minutes ago, Dversity said:

    So I just ordered a 8086k(got a sweet deal) with a ASRock Taichi z370 and I am not sure which ram to choose. 

     

    Are there any reason why I shouldnt just buy the G.Skill Trident Z RGB 3200MHz 16GB(F4-3200C16D-16GTZR)? They're quite cheap, decent speed and does look good. Will I really feel any difference in real world if I choose faster timings? 

    Also is 16GB still adequate, or should I just go for  a 32GB kit?

     

    This rig is just going to be used for gaming, and almost nothing else. 

     

    Thanks in advance!

    Those should be just fine. You won't notice the difference in everyday use or in gaming.

    Also the 16Gb should still be fine for gaming.


  4. 52 minutes ago, Jamal Abo said:

    i'm planning for gaming and programming, almost 16h usage per day,

    750w? 

    because i'm afraid of system failure from 650w

    Your system won't fail. Your system can't even get near 600W as @Stefan Payne said a good 550W is enough.

    47 minutes ago, Jamal Abo said:

    and i would pick 850w because the price is lower than 750w

    I can understand if the 850W is reaaaaaaaaally cheap and you are 100% gonna buy another GPU for SLI/NVLINK. But you don't really need 850W, or 750W.


  5. 2 minutes ago, Pol1uX said:

    I got this LENOVO Ideapad 720 a few days ago and it comes with a:

     

    Graphics card: AMD Radeon RX 550

    Cpu: i7-8550u 1.8ghz, turbo: 4.0ghz

    Ram: 16gb

     

    My problem is that in task manger it says that the maximum cpu speed is at 1.99ghz when it should be at 4ghz (if it's enabled by default). I tried going over to bios and found nothing helpful. I tried cpu z and when i did do cpu intensive stuff it only when up to somewhere around 798.10mhz so it doesn't go up the 1.99ghz limit. It is really affecting my gaming and work.

     

    Did you change your power plan to performance in windows power setting?


  6. 6 minutes ago, Syllas said:

    hi to everyone .

    im having troubl eto change the resolution from 3840x2160 /30p to 1080 on my tv that my pc is connected!

    on windows it seems to be 1080 but the result is when im pressing the info button to my tv shows 3840 etc....

    the proble is that i cannot change it !!and i cant play games because is lagging on that resolution

    my tv model is UE40JU6000

    please help me to play my games properly

    Did you change the resolution from the TV or from the Windows display settings/Nvidia control panel etc. ?


  7. 1 hour ago, TheThymo said:

    If you could rank them on performance it would be 1070 - vega 56 - vega 64 - 1070ti (on full hd)

    Is this list the same for 1440p?

    On 1440p it get almost even with vega 64 and 1070Ti, but in some cases vega 64 wins. Checked few reviews and game comparisons. Ofc if you want the best performance/efficiency then it's still 1070Ti.

     

    Personally i would choose the Vega64 since with freesync you get a smoother gaming experience. PERSONAL opinion tho.


  8. Just now, Baldeagle42 said:

    I'll prob just see if there is a store with I can try both at, and if not I might just buy both monitors and return one.

    Yea that sounds good. Hopefully you can see both of them somewhere!


  9. 3 minutes ago, TheThymo said:

    Hi there,

     

    Last night I made a post without a conclusive answer, but I've narrowed down my choices.

    I can get either a strix 1070ti at 515 EUR (with COD and monster hunter: world)

    or a strix vega 56 (O8G) at 469 EUR (without any games).

    I would opt for the vega because I have a freesync monitor, but I'd choose the 1070ti because of its efficiency.

     

    What would you choose?

     

    Or should I get a strix vega 64 at 517 EUR?

    I was gonna say 1070Ti until you mentioned freesync.

    With freesync i'd say you are better of with the Vega 56 or 64. Vega 64 is a little slower than the 1070Ti when playing in Full HD.

     

    My opinion tho. Wait for other answers if you get any.


  10. 6 minutes ago, Baldeagle42 said:

    With is why I am debating between that or 1440p at 120 hz. I don't even know if the rtx 2080 ti can run a 5k2k display, even though it's ultrawide and thus it becomes 4k the pixels are still more then traditional 4k

    RTX 2080Ti should be able to handle it to some degree but even it will have trouble staying above 60fps in games (i'd guess). Personally i would take the 1440p 120Hz just for the smooth experience, also since i have no idea of the performance with the 5K2K display so i'd take the safer route. BUT this is just a personal opinion.


  11. Just now, Baldeagle42 said:

    I can see it being awesome for games. No point in getting normal 2k I suppose?

    Yea normal 2K in 32"+ displays is kinda waste unless you play from afar. 27" 1440p is still good. 4K will reign supreme if you are gonna get bigger non-ultrawide monitor. but yea Ultrawide 1440p is still very sharp. I just love when i calculate something and realize i used wrong numbers :D

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