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Geoff Roos

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  1. The 3080 is gonna be a birthday present and is really pushing it, so the less i can spend on a PSU the better.
  2. Planning on getting a new 3080, currently looking at getting the MSI gaming x trio. need to upgrade my PSU as it an old 500 watt one. Just want to know which would be best. I'm not sure on my budget yet for the PSU but my main choice is the Corsair TM750X. Is this a good enough PSU or is the RM750X necessary? If my budget doesn't allow for either of these Would the Cooler Master Masterwatt 750 or the Corsair CM750X be good? or should i just avoid them at all costs? The rest of my system is: I7-9700K 16 GB 3200Mhz 6 case fans 1 HDD 1SSD Just want to know which of those PSUs are good and which i should just not even consider. I want to get the best PSU for the cheapest amount.
  3. Im looking for the best gaming monitor. id like: - 1440P -above 60Hz -G-sync compatible -27 inch or above -$600 or less. planning on upgrading to an RTX 2080 super. Im having a hard time finding the best one.
  4. just by looking at reviews and websites The asus ROG Strix card is just the best. Looking at the Zotac people say the temps can be high. I dont know but looking at it the asus one is better. And then monitor wise the razer one is the best i could find that has everything i want. (144Hz 1440p,and G-sync). again i wasn't able to find anything better.
  5. I’m planning on upgrading my system. I want to buy the RTX 2080 Super from ASUS. But it’s Price has increased to about $CAD 1200. And it’s rumored that NVIDIA is gonna release the new 3000 series soon. Or I could get the Razer Raptor display( which is 144Hz, 1440P, 27 inch). my current pc specs: GTX 1060 6GB i7-9700k my monitor: some old dell monitor. It’s like 24 inch. 1080P, 60Hz and 8ms response time. And it’s thick. so I’m not sure if I should buy the monitor now(I’d have to play at lower graphics settings because the card won’t be able to handle the better monitor) and wait for the 3000 series or just buy the card. Im just looking for opinions because I’m really stumped at what my best option is.
  6. Im using a DVI cable cause my monitor doesnt have a HDMI port. and it is plugged into the GPU
  7. Ok maybe i didnt get 60FPS before, i did not check, i was just going off how it felt. But in this video this guy gets a solid 50 to 60 fps with Medium settings at 1080P. Im currently at 50 FPS with Low settings.
  8. So i have now done a full reinstall of windows but my games are still running bad. all my games are saved on a 4TB HDD while my OS was saved on a 120GB SSD. i wiped the SSD and reinstalled windows onto it but my games are still running at lower FPS compared to before. Please help i have no idea how to fix this.
  9. i just recently upgraded my pc. i have a gtx 1060 6Gb and a 500 watt power supply. then the things i changed were:some stock dell xps 8700 motherboard to a msi mpg z390 gaming edge acIntel Core I7-4770 to a I7-9700K (plus a coolermaster hyper 212 evo)8 GB ddr3 ram to 16Gb DDR4 3200mhz RamAfter doing this upgrade i feel like im getting lower FPS in my games. For example im pretty sure Red Dead Redemption 2 was running at high setting at 60FPS before, But now its just about 50FPS with some lower settings. And Ghost recon breakpoint runs really bad at the same settings as before. Ive googled around but cant find a way to fix this problem. After upgrading to better hardware my games are running at a lower FPS.