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Lord Cluttermonkey

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  • Location
    Clutter Warehouse [somewhere in the EU]

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 2700
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime X470 Pro
  • RAM
    16GB
  • GPU
    GTX 1080
  • Case
    Fractal Design Focus G
  • Storage
    2TB SSD
  • PSU
    450w 80+ gold
  • Display(s)
    2560x1440 @ 165hz
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K63
  • Mouse
    Logitech G602
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Because it's an old card. Try looking for used ones, those should be cheap. If you really want to buy it brand new you should just get an RTX 2070 instead.
  2. It boots fine on the table, there was something on the case shorting it out. He ordered a new case and everything works as it should. Thanks
  3. I just upgraded my friends' PC with my old hardware, but it won't POST. After pressing the power button the fans turn off for around a second before shutting off. The fans turn back on for a second by themselves after a couple of seconds and it keeps doing this until I pull off the power cable. His old setup works fine, and the new one worked without issues for years on my PC. The monitor gets no signal at any point. The monitor and everything in the build has been tested before and they work. I've tried replugging all the cables, no help there either. The computer had an i5 2500, 16GB of RAM, a GTX 970 and a 600W corsair 80+ gold power supply. I gave him my old i7 4770 and a b85 motherboard. It can't be due to a lack of power because I've run that i7 for years with only a 450W PSU.
  4. It should run fine. Not every game will run at max settings but you shouldn't have too much of a problem if you're willing to turn the games down to high. You can easily go by with less antialiasing on a higher resolution monitor but I still wouldn't turn it off. 4x looks fine most of the time. If you have a store with a good return policy I'd say just test a 1440p monitor and if games don't run well enough for you, return it and get a 1080p one.
  5. It's your CPU, four cores isn't enough for Battlefield V. Even older quad cores struggle with it. I'd say get a Ryzen, works well for me at 1440p with a GTX 1080 as well.
  6. That's how capitalism works, companies exist to make money and they therefore do what makes them the most money. They're hardly on suicide watch, they're still very profitable. Just because their products don't really cater to you anymore doesn't mean the company is suddenly unsuccesful.
  7. It's impossible to distinguish individual pixels on a 16x16 screen if you look far away enough. And you can still see the pixels in an 8K screen if your eyes are close enough. Your eyes don't work in pixels there isn't a maximum resolution
  8. So my friend just bought an RTX 2070 without realizing it didn't have a DVI port, and his monitor only supports DVI (it's one of those 144hz screens from the era when HDMI was not yet fast enough) Are there any adapters that can do 1080p144? All I can find support 1080p60
  9. https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG-STRIX-B450-F-GAMING/ Is this a good board? I can get a pretty decent deal for it, 130€ I could buy this unless better deals come tomorrow
  10. Why do you need to underclock? Is your current PSU not powerful enough?
  11. The link only had 1080p support, it makes sense to discontinue outdated tech. Unfortunately I don't think they'll be doing a 4k link any time soon
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