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ShadowLight

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  1. https://www.dell.com/en-uk/shop/dell-27-ultrathin-monitor-s2719dm/apd/210-aorr/monitors-monitor-accessories I want to know what does it mean because they are advertising 2 response time normal (8ms) and fast (5ms) thanks
  2. I was looking to buy a new monitor and the monitors I was looking at had two monitor response times and I need to know what are they. 1) what is normal response time vs high response time? thanks in advance.
  3. This is my doubt too... OP has a 4k ready video card, worse case scenario at least set it 2560x1440p? I meant in case I can't run it ok full 4k. Other than that If I can run games on 4K with high setting I will
  4. I want to buy a 4k monitor and using it for adobe illustrator, Photoshop and 3ds max. My question is will the my Gpu (RTX 2080) suffer if I play 1080p games on 4k screen. Will I get the same fps as a 1080p native screen.
  5. I thought FE cards are better than reference cards. Can anyone explain that thanks
  6. https://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=-1&IsNodeId=1&Description=rtx 2080&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=36 thanks for the site
  7. hmm so there is no difference between Nvidia reference cards and founders edition cards?
  8. usd? How do i know which cards have 700usd? thanks; I don't have any experience buying gpus
  9. I was going to buy a rtx 2080 gpu but need help choosing what is the difference between RTX 2080 normal cards, RTX 2080 OC and RTX 2080 Founders edition. Can someone provide me with some exact spec differences. thanks in advance
  10. I am planning to do modeling and 3d rendering as well as play triple-A games. Currently, I have a thought of a spec list I want but I need to know if I am bottlenecking something and is there way to reduce the price by minimizing the price of my hardware with little performance decrease? current spec Graphics card RTX 2070 or RTx 2080 CPU Intel i9 9900k or i7 9700k Motherboard Z390 Cooling Corsair Hydro H115i pro Power supply Corsair RM850x Case fan Corsair ML120 - Twin pack Ram 16GB dual channel SSD M.2 nvme 512GB Hard disk 2TB hard drive sata I am fairly sure I want to buy an RTX card. Do I need a sound card ? Will I be needing a wireless card to connect to the wifi or the motherboard already has one? What is the adequate case size and can you recommend one for me? 4. I also need help with choosing between Intel i9 9900k or i7 9700k and RTX 2070 or RTX 2080 thanks in advance Budget £2000 - £2500
  11. I am planning to do modeling and 3d rendering as well as play triple-A games. Currently, I have a thought of a spec list I want but I need to know if I am bottlenecking something and is there way to reduce the price by minimizing the price of my hardware with little performance decrease? current spec Graphics card RTX 2070 or RTx 2080 CPU Intel i9 9900k or i7 9700k Motherboard Z390 Cooling Corsair Hydro H115i pro Power supply Corsair RM850x Case fan Corsair ML120 - Twin pack Ram 16GB dual channel SSD M.2 nvme 512GB Hard disk 2TB hard drive sata I am fairly sure I want to buy an RTX card. Do I need a sound card ? Will I be needing a wireless card to connect to the wifi or the motherboard already has one? What is the adequate case size and can you recommend one for me? 4. I also need help with choosing between Intel i9 9900k or i7 9700k and RTX 2070 or RTX 2080 thanks in advance Budget £2000 - £2500
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