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Ele Rebellion

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  1. Ele Rebellion

    New Build. 9900k w/ dual 2080s

    @TahoeDust Ya I've seen that it is starting to work now. I still feel happy with my 2080s. Getting great FPS The computer looks sick. Except the NVlink.. the MSI MEG Z390 Godlike requires the gpus to be 4-slotted. (Whole reason Linus used this mobo in the video where he ran dual 2080ti) However MSI does not currently offer a 4-slot NVlink. I decided to use the EVGA (same one linus used in that video) but it will not fit on MSI Gaming X Trios.. at least not with the platics on it. I had to remove the front and rear plastics to make it fit. (the plastic tip woudn't clear the actual card) ... I will oreder a different NVlink next week so it will look nice. Will post some pics then. mean time, I ran the 3DMARK demo on a small overclock. CPU - 5.0ghz @ 1.31v GPUs - +100mhz core / +150mhz memory / power limit set 109% I'm sure the demo for Time Spy isn't super taxing. I only hit a max of 66c on the gpus. Scored 20,223 on first run
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    New Build Issues with updates

    Update The "In-place upgrade" is complete and the windows updater will now install all updates. I used a new license and installed from the DVD that came with it. (OEM) I'm thinking that my issue was with the original install and not the update.
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    New Build Issues with updates

    Going through several windows steps to try to fix. Currently at the "in-place upgrade" Plenty of space for it. Just finished the PC build a few hours ago and have a 1tb NVMe boot drive
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    New Build Issues with updates

    Might be a long shot here, but I have the new build up and running but cannot get a few game launches to download games. Thinking it might be a .NET or Framework issue. Tried running windows update and there is an update for .NET and Framework, but I cannot get it to install Ran updates on all bios and drivers. Are there any known solutions to this problem?
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    New Build. 9900k w/ dual 2080s

    I do have a number of programs on my computer that will benefit from it. Like MasterCAM, Photoshop CC, also when running virtual machines for one of the games I like to play.
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    New Build. 9900k w/ dual 2080s

    3440x1440 is "Ultrawide 1440p" and the DLSS is supported with 2080 but not the 2080ti There are several youtube videos that show 3440x1440 in use with DLSS in Battlefield V. It has had some blurring issues but Nvidia said they are focusing on 1920x1080 and 3440x1440. Links or it didn't happen right? https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/nvidia-dlss-your-questions-answered/ (bottom question)
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    New Build. 9900k w/ dual 2080s

    Nividia https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/news/battlefield-v-metro-exodus-ray-tracing-dlss/ TL:DR from the aricle above DLSS is available with the following GPUs, with ray tracing turned on, at the resolutions listed below: 3840x2160: All RTX GPUs 2560x1440: RTX 2060, 2070, and 2080 1920x1080: RTX 2060 and 2070
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    New Build. 9900k w/ dual 2080s

    I use 3440x1440 so running 2080ti only hurts me as far as features.. (Ray Tracing and DLSS on 2080ti only work with 4k resolution) Depends on your definition of "better" I assume that since this is currently on my kitchen counter going together that it counts as a build log since I will be logging my build periodically from the beginning all the way through it getting monoblock this summer with full custom loop for cpu and both gpus.
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    New Build. 9900k w/ dual 2080s

    Still waiting on a couple parts scheduled for delivery tomorrow (couple M.2s and NVlink). Also need to give her a name.
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    M.2 PCIe Lanes on Z390 Godlike

    Ah you are correct. found that on page 32.
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    M.2 PCIe Lanes on Z390 Godlike

    Found the user manual for download. It doesn't say for sure how many lanes they get (Doesn't even say how many lanes the PCIe x16 slots have, but Gamers Nexus did an in depth breakdown on that) Guessing that since the M.2_2 and U.2 share lanes I can expect that the be a x4 for my nvme drive.
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    M.2 PCIe Lanes on Z390 Godlike

    Correct it says it "supports" x4 cards but are they actually x4 slots? You will also notice on that page it says it has multiple x16 slots even though only one has 16 lanes.
  13. Currently building a new computer using a Z390 Godlike from MSI. I'm having trouble figuring out if the M.2 slots are all x4 or if some are x2 .. Where can I find this information? It doesn't seem that MSI puts any lane information on their website.
  14. Ok.. things might have changed over last few years.. honestly this is the first time I'll have build a computer since 2013.. And that was a Z77 board to
  15. Won't I need mobo drivers for my ethernet cable to work?
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