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Voicingbutton

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  • CPU
    Intel i7-8700k
  • Motherboard
    gigabyte z390 m gaming
  • RAM
    g. skill rip jaw DDR4 16gb 3200mhz
  • GPU
    asus rog gtx 1060
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    cooler master masterbox lite 3.1
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    1tb hdd
    120gb ssd
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    thermal take smart 600W
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    cooler master master liquid ml240l rgb
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    corsair k70 mk.2 rapid fire
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    Logitech g502 Proteus spectrum
  • Operating System
    windows 10 pro

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  1. well i tried lowering the boost clock on my gpu and it actually worked and the artifacting went away but i find that strange because at the original speed i was running it at my old hardware which is significantly older than my new hardware can run it just fine but my new hardware cannot?
  2. ok i will try all of these different solutions and get back to you tomorrow as it is getting late right now
  3. the video card i have right now is a rog strix gtx 1060 yes i monitor the card and it is not running hot at all and the fans spin perfectly fine, and the program says the card is running fine but ever since i had swapped out my hardware this started happening,
  4. well ddu didnt work and the problem is still accuring, if i reinstall the whole system do i have to remove everything or can i keep my files?
  5. how do i use ddu because when i download it it doesnt pop up with a prompt
  6. i had upgraded my motherboard, cpuc ram, and cpu cooler if that also affects it, my old hardware was: mobo: h67ma-e35 cpu:i7-2600 ram: ddr3: 16gb 1600mhz cpu cooler: intel stock cooler. i upgraded to: mobo: gigabyte z390 m gaming cpu: i7-8700k ram: ddr4 16gb 3200mhz cooler AIO liquid cooler
  7. ever since i did a hardware upgrade a week ago my games have been running strangely and i have been having these weird texture glitches at first i thought it was because i didn't plug in the right eps connectors on my motherboard but that wasn't the issue and i can't seem to find any online help for this type of issue. it mainly only happens in rainbow six siege but it sometimes happens on other games but not as much as seige. any help is greatly appreciated. Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege 2020.01.02 - 18.09.19.02_Trim.mp4
  8. ok i will fix my error and hopefully my pc will run smoother thank you for the help.
  9. oh ok so i dont need to use the 4 pin then, so would i just combine the 2 4 pins and plug them into the 8 pin connector?
  10. i have just upgraded my system and my new motherboard has a 4pin and an 8pin eps connector but my old motherboard only had a 4 pin eps connector, but my psu only has 1 4+4 eps connector, i dont know if i need to have both the 8 pin and 4 pin connectors plugged in or just the 4 pin or 8 pin plugged in. my psu is a thermaltake smart 600w and my motherboard is a gigabyte z390 m gaming.
  11. i am looking to buy a new but relatively cheap CPU for gaming because my current CPU (i7-2600) is bottle necking the rest of my PC and i am getting poor performance. does anybody got any ideas on what to buy? (i font know much about PC hardware)
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