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industromaxx

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About industromaxx

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-8086k @5.2ghz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus Z390 Master
  • RAM
    Trident Z 32gb (4x8gb) DDR4-4266mhz C19-19-19-39
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Aorus RTX 2080ti Xtreme Waterforce WB 11g @2100+mhz with Nvidia boost clock.
  • Case
    Corsair 760t
  • Storage
    3 Samsung EVO PLUS M.2 500gb, and 1 Sata III Samsung 860 EVO 1tb.
  • PSU
    Corsair HX1000W 80+ Platinum Certified
  • Display(s)
    LG 32GK850G Black 31.5" QHD 1440p 5ms 144Hz (165Hz OC) NVIDIA G-Sync Gaming Monitor, VR: Valve Index.
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow V2
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Integrated Motherboard Sound: AMP-UP Audio with ALC1220 & High-End ESS SABRE 9118 DAC.

    Headset: Asus ROG Delta, Sony WH-XB900N, Razer Man O' War, Skull Candy Crusher Wireless, Polk Subwoofer.
    PA System: Bose S1 Pro
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. Like I said, it's pointless to continue this. I already said, let's leave it at that. No need to continue this, I know I already read one of those articles. As I would like to avoid an argument. I know that it's a part of human nature to like being right, but you two already have made your point.
  2. I don't obviously take everything on there as 100% accurate, I'd be dumb if I did. But hey, won't make a difference if we continue this. So, let's just leave it at that and continue on with our lives.
  3. The i9-10900k will be better performance wise than the Ryzen 3700x. But, you will have to buy another motherboard on top of that (assuming you already have one) supports FCLGA 1200. Depending on what type of motherboard you buy, if you go for the i9-10900k, it'll be around a total of, let's just say $600-$800 bucks. On newegg, it's priced to be at $530. Though, I've come up with the conclusion that the 10900k will be better performance, because I looked at userbenchmark.com to get an idea. But, everybody is saying wait for the Ryzen 4000 line-up. So, just wait.
  4. For my GPU, it's core clock is advertised to be at 1770mhz. When I run a lot of my VR games, or other Triple A titles, it goes up to 2100+mhz without manually overclocking.
  5. Normally when I play VR games and such, my 2080ti boost clocks to around 2130mhz or more between 29 degrees celsius to 39 degrees celcius. My card is the Gigabyte Aorus RTX 2080ti Xtreme Waterforce WB 11g. I don't overclock, because there's no need to on a GPU like mine.
  6. You'll see a discernible difference for sure in graphics quality. But, if you're looking for a budget monitor, you'll probably going to be looking at a 60hz monitor. Since, there are 4k monitors at 120hz to 144hz that range from $899-$1500.
  7. In my opinion, you would have no problems running most games in 4k. Though, it just depends on what game it is and such. Do you care about having a 60hz refresh rate monitor. Or, do you want a higher refresh rate monitor. Also, do you care about the response times also? Also, in my opinion, having a 1440p monitor is better than a 4k display in terms of the balance in graphics and refresh rates and such.
  8. Like the others have said, probably get a 1440p monitor. If ya want a monitor for competitive games, get a 1080p 240hz monitor.
  9. What games are you wanting to play in 4k?
  10. This link should give you somewhat of an idea the difference between these 2 motherboards. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/compare/ASUS_PRIME_Z370-A_vs_ASUS_Z390-A/BHitems/1364721-REG_1438187-REG Though, I don't think that it'll be worth an extra 40 bucks.
  11. Though, on steam, if you look at the Valve Index, there's software on there that can tell you if your system can handle the Valve Index by downloading the program.
  12. The Index recommends the minimum to be a GTX 970, but I think you could do it. I've heard of some people actually using the RX 570 for VR. But, the VR games have to have low polys and be cel shaded to have pretty good frame rates.
  13. The best consumer VR headset right now, in my opinion is the Valve Index. With it's base stations, it is backwards compatible with other devices that supports lighthouse 2.0 sensors. Though, the full kit costs about a $1000. However, in my opinion, if you want a runner up to this, get the HTC Cosmos. It costs about $700. Though, if you want more cheaper VR headsets, then yes, go for the Oculus Rift S.
  14. Since I've never owned a liquid cooled GPU with a water block, what thermals can you expect from it compared to a stock fan cooled GPU, or a hybrid?
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