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Silverbackk

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About Silverbackk

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  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    i7-10700k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte z490 aorus master
  • RAM
    2x8gb corsair vengeance rgb pro 3000mhz
  • GPU
    Evga rtx 2080 super ftw 3 ultra
  • Case
    Nzxt 710i
  • Storage
    Samsung 240gb sdd, wd 120gb ssd, 2x1tb HDD's
  • PSU
    Corsair hx750i platinum
  • Display(s)
    Acer predator 1440p 165hz g sync
  • Cooling
    Nzxt x73 360mm aio
  • Keyboard
    Logitech g915
  • Mouse
    Logitech g pro wireless
  • Sound
    Logitech g633, BOSE Companion
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro

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  1. I have just built inside the Nzxt 710i Would Highly recommend! Lots of room, easy cable management and decent temps.
  2. Yeah I noticed when I had the battle.net launcher open it was using 20/30% gpu unless minimised. I think this could have been running in the background whilst playing causing the stuttering. Once I reinstalled I went to settings and it had changed to "when I launch game exit battle.net completely". Whereas before it was set to "when I launch a game keep the battle.net window open"
  3. I've Fixed this now by reinstalling cod, thanks for the help dude:)
  4. Yeah I do play at max settings at 1440p though. Even with my old i5 8400 I was gpu bound on cod used to be at around 90%. I think it was something to do with the shaders not installing properly as it paused and wouldn't continue installing which seems to be a common problem and one of the ways to fix it to reinstall the game. Well that's what I'm hoping anyway. Gamernexus made a video regarding z490 motherboards and that the manufacturers are auto overclocking to account for lower quality cpus.
  5. Yeah the trouble is that the cpu is hardly being pushed in the above games. Whereas with cod its using much more cpu and 100% gpu. That's why I'm finding it hard to fix it. There is one other post on reddit where someone is having the same issue but in all games which makes me think it's just Cod that is playing up. So I'm reinstalling, its pretty annoying as its 200gb. Also I'm not sure if it's to do with the z490 board auto overclocking the cpu on stock settings.
  6. But then COD is likely to push the cpu and GPU the most.
  7. Yeah that's what I'm thinking. Have just tried witcher 3, moto gp 20 and pubg and all seem to be fine.
  8. Hi, I have just built a new rig and I'm having problems with stuttering in game specifically in Cod. The only other games I have tested so far are cs go and rocket league (Others are downloading) which I havent noticed any stuttering but they arent exactly demanding. I have ran heaven and heaven super position benchmarks without any problems. Temps are all good. I had my 2080 super in my old rig (i5 8400, z370) for a couple of weeks which ran absolutely fine although I had to enable erp mode or I got the 3 red light issue every other boot (very common). Have tried enabling erp mode in my new rig and it doesnt make any difference. I formatted all my drives which I've used in my new rig and done a complete clean install. I've used my psu, ram and drives from my old system because they didn't need upgrading. I cant work out what's causing this stuttering. The only thing I can think of is the gpu driver is slightly newer than the one that was in my old pc. Any advice/help is much appreciated. Build: CPU: i7 10700k Cooler: nzxt x73 360mm GPU: Evga rtx 2080 super ftw 3 ultra Motherboard: Gigabyte z490 master PSU: corsair hx750i platinum Ram: 2x8gb corsair vengeance rgb pro 3000mhz Case: nzxt 710i
  9. Yeah think I may do that when I OC. Thanks for your help.
  10. Sorry for the late reply. There isnt any official fan holes at the bottom however there are holes there which I could possibly cable tie a fan to? I have just built my system and put the top 3, rear 140mm exhausting and the aio fans pushing air into the case for now. Gpu is a 3 slot triple fan so I'm sure it can probably deal with a bit of warmer air from the radiator however cooler is always better so I may install a fan under the gpu.
  11. Hi, I am building a new system today and I'm wondering what the best fan setup would be for the nzxt 710i. I'll be using a nzxt x73 360mm aio which I think i will place up front. The case comes with 4 x 120mm fans so ill have 7 fans total including the fans on the aio. I'm thinking of having the 3 fans on the aio pulling air in then 1 at the back exhausting. 1 top fan closest to the front pulling air in and the other 2 top fans exhausting. Would this make sense? or should I have all top 3 fans exhausting? Any advice much appreciated. build: CPU: i7 10700k Cooler: nzxt x73 360mm GPU: Evga rtx 2080 super ftw 3 ultra Motherboard: Gigabyte z490 master PSU: corsair hx750i platinum Ram: 2x8gb corsair vengeance rgb pro 3000mhz Case: nzxt 710i
  12. Exactly. Think the i7 is a nice balance. Maybe more future proof than the i5.
  13. Have ordered a z490 master, i7 10700k, nzxt x73 and nzxt 710i case. Should be here tomorrow hoping the build goes smoothly. Was a tough choice between the msi unify and the gigabyte master. Went for the master because the unify didn't support igpu and I couldn't get the 10700kf, also prefer the design of the master. Should be a nice upgrade from my i5 8400. Excited! Thanks for everyone's help!
  14. I7 10700k beats the 3900x in gaming and the 3900x is more £. If I was using it for anything other than gaming then the 3900x is a better buy. But for me it's not.
  15. Good suggestion although I cant seem to find any evga z490 boards here in the UK.
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