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Keaiser

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About Keaiser

  • Title
    Newbie

System

  • CPU
    I9-9900K - OC 5.0Ghz
  • Motherboard
    AORUS Gigabyte Ultra Z390
  • RAM
    AORUS Gigabyte RGB 2x16GB 3200mhz - OC 4000mhz
  • GPU
    AORUS Gigabyte GeForce RTX™ 2080 Ti XTREME WATERFORCE 11G
  • Case
    Coolermaster Cosmos C700p
  • Storage
    2x Samsung 970 EVO plus NVMe M.2 SSD 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX760 Platinum Fully Modular
  • Display(s)
    2x AORUS FI27Q-P WQHD 165Hz IPS
  • Cooling
    Gigabyte AORUS LIQUID COOLER 360
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G513 Carbon
  • Mouse
    Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
  • Sound
    Edifier S730 - HyperX (CloudX) headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit

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  1. I went from corsair 240 Platinum(old pc) to a Gigabyte Aorus 360 AIO on my new pc.. with my I9-9900k running idle at 5Ghz OC, im about 32-34C... running cinebench/100% load.. maximum was 68C... Games.. it levels at 52-58C much like my GPU.. sits around 30C idle and 62C full load(with Coreclock +105Mhz and memory clock +700Mhz) Most brands runs from the Asetek patent anyways.. in general, the more you want to OC, the bigger rads, you need.. In general.. very little to no difference in most brands
  2. MSI, Gigabyte, ASUS... = RTX2070.... the small margin on hardware output/performance on each card, it all really comes down to taste, really.. which manufacturer is best to your liking regarding design. Ofc, some is better cooled than others.. thus, you wont go wrong with Asus, MSI, Gigabyte.. neither of them.
  3. sorry. my fault.. still, he is above 10%, which still is not good. Cpu upgrade first, THEN gpu
  4. he has highlighted his 2.rig.. not the first
  5. AMD Drivers will definetly, rather sooner than later, hunt you down and tear your beauty sleep apart. AMD has still not and it seems like an ongoing problem, a lot of problems with their drivers and stability.. As long as this foggy shroud has not been lifted by AMD, stick with Nvidia cards.. simple. Yes, I know that some out there, has had no problems.. but in general.. the AMD drivers and hardware, just hunts, stalks and prey a lot of buyers
  6. Everything above 10%, is considered bottlenecking. Your current CPU is about 21%, which actually is a lot
  7. very simple: check this link https://pc-builds.com/calculator/Core_i7-3770/GeForce_RTX_2080_Ti/0es12npm/
  8. https://ram.userbenchmark.com/ simple as that. Compare etc. 3200mhz is more than enough when XMP profile is enabled Also a very good way to increase FPS, get a NVME M.2 card.. Personally, I use 2x Samsung NVME M.2 Evo Plus.. big difference from normal SSD`s... In my opinion.
  9. Have been reading many different threads around forums, regarding the un-compatibility between Gigabyte Motherboards (Z390-series) and different manufacturers regarding RGB kits, fans, cases etc etc. My problem regarding the Coolermaster C700P Case is, that somehow, the RGB lightning control & sync up, does not work with the Gigabyte Aorus Ultra Rev. 1 MB. <--- MB control instead of front panel control. -I have double checked, that the cables are installed correct. thus, I have read CM-Case Manual AND Gigabyte MB manual. The RGB Signal wire(with arrow) is mounted correct with the 12V on the MB RGB header. Again, followed the manuals to the letter and checked twice. (example: 8 and 9 on board diagram are the two RGB connectors. 8 is the LED_C1 main RGB connector. LED_C2 has an extra pin.Both connectors have a marker for the 12v line. Apparently, the only way to get a full range of colors with Masterfan on Aorus boards is with Coolermaster's RGB controller. <--- Which is included per default by CM when buying the C700p) What I presume is, as I mentioned at start, perhaps the compatibility or lets just say, non-compatibility between Gigabyte Z390 MB`s and other manufacturer RGB components, as the build in outer case RGB(Cosmos 2 series) etc, does not compute with each other. It works fine, manually selecting RGB mode by pressing the "Cycle" or "Static" I/O buttons, in front but truly would be sweet, if there was a solution to this so everything could run in-sync via MB and then whatever software Hate to say it but since everything is Aorus, Im using the Aorus RGB Fusion 2.0 which works perfectly in-house but not other brands Anyone have had det same issue regarding Coolermaster Cosmos C700p -> Outer Case RGB -> Gigabyte Z390 MB and perhaps a solution?
  10. allright.. Thank you sir. I was worried about the gpu cards 3 slot configuration towards the CM GPU brack only has 2. The Aorus Extreme is rather large in size, compared to other 2080ti vendors and nvidia`s own line. Again, thnx for the precise short answar.
  11. Yep, it is included. however.. as I stated in my original post.. Im searching for a VERTICAL GPU BRACKET.. not stand or support bracket. So.. to clarify any misunderstanding. This type of Vertical GPU Bracket
  12. Cooler Master ELV8 GPU <--- ahh, this one is horizontal.. Need a vertical, Im afraid.. again thnx for the help
  13. Cooler Master ELV8 GPU <--- ahh, this one is horizontal.. Need a vertical, Im afraid.. again thnx for the help
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