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  1. Cooler master has some good hybrid options, but I would personally go with some black noctua fans if noise is a problem, or Be Quiet! fans are also great. Corsair is also a great option. If you want extreme performance, just slap some delta 4000rpm fans on, and you can appreciate the jet engine your PC has become.
  2. Try plugging it in to a different HDMI port if your GPU has one. If that fails, you try setting your drivers back to the previous version. There should be an option for that on the Nvidia or and website. Or, go into advanced display settings as well, and figure out if the monitor is recognized as 1600 x 900. Finally, check that the onboard monitor resolution(if there is an option directly in the monitor's menu) is set to 1600 x 900. That is all I can think of at the moment. I may not respond after this.
  3. What is your monitor resolution?
  4. I use that CPU for Fortnite, and it doesn't behave either. Make sure you have no overclocking settings on it, because this CPU hates it. I have to run bios on standard with only RAM overlocked. No precision boost, or OC tuners, because any overclocking makes it behave erratically, even on a great motherboard. AMD Adrenaline settings(if used) should be set to E-Sports. Also, go to AMD website, and autoinstall drivers. This should download adrenaline software when you do that.
  5. I understand frames will still drop, but I know I am very much CPU bound right now. My RTX 2080 is only pulling around 180 frames at competitive settings, and sits at 63-67% usage. I know I can keep frames far more consistent with a better cpu,. The game is not easy to run right now, I understand that, but I know an upgrade is needed, and a 10 core high clock CPU will stream with ease in future games.
  6. I am saving for a computer, and want absolute maximum fps at 1080p for Fortnite. I play competitive, and my frames drop in the endgame, so I am upgrading my computer. I want to heavily overclock a 10900k. I want to know whether a Deepcool Assassin III can handle the max 330 watt power draw of the 10900k. I going to be gaming and streaming if possible, using CPU encoding. GPU encoding seems to rubber band the game when using a face can. My second choice is an EVGA CLC 360 for maximum cooling performance, though I don't want to deal with an aio dying anytime soon.
  7. I was wondering whether a Fractal Design Meshify C will fit my EVGA FTW3 Hybrid RTX 2080 and a 360mm radiator in the front. The cooler will be a Fractal Design Celsius s36 if that helps.
  8. There is an Alienware option for that. 240hz, IPS, gsync premium, and other stuff. I don't recall the exact model, but it is more expensive than the freesync one.
  9. Maniac.FN

    gta 5 lags

    I have a similar problem, but I have just above minimum specs with a 3400g. I use integrated graphics. The game will freeze after 15 mins, and I don't know what the problem is. I can run other games well, just not this one. When the game freezes, it just kicks me out.
  10. I know many people that use this and nobody has had any problems. One of my friends uses a 2080 ti, and trusts Thermaltake enough to use the 700w model of this for his high end system. He even had the option to buy a Seasonic one that was 80+ Gold, and he turned it down even though it was only $40 more.
  11. CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 $173 on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Ryzen-3600-12-Thread-Processor/dp/B07STGGQ18 ) GPU: EVGA RTX 2060 KO $310 on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083GH7LXW/ref=twister_B07QX9FKKV?_encoding=UTF8&th=1) RAM: OLOy DDR4 Warhawk 3200mhz cl16 $71 on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/OLOy-Warhawk-288-Pin-Desktop-MD4U083216BEDA/dp/B07V235RWW/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=3200mhz+16gb+ram+OLOy&qid=1589959410&s=electronics&sr=1-1) Motherboard: Asus Tuf B450m-Plus Gaming $90 from Amazon(https://www.amazon.com/TUF-Gaming-Motherboard-Ryzen-B450M-Plus/dp/B07FKV3TVF/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Asus+TUF+b450m&qid=1589959561&s=electronics&sr=1-1) PSU: Thermaltake Smart 80+ White 500w $53 from Amazon(https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014W3EM2W/ref=twister_B085RC4C5W?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1) CPU Cooler: (Optional. Stock cooler is great as well) Cooler Master Hyper 212 RGB $44 from Amazon, but only if you don't want stock cooler and this comes with thermal paste(https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-RR-212S-20PC-R1-Direct-Contact/dp/B07H22TC1N/ref=sr_1_3?crid=3LOK9NEBZCA2W&dchild=1&keywords=cooler+master+hyper+212+rgb+black+edition&qid=1589960070&s=electronics&sprefix=Cooler+Master+Hyper+212%2Celectronics%2C218&sr=1-3) Case: A great case is the DIYPC DIY-F2-P on Newegg. It is Micro ATX, 40$, comes in different colors, and is all around easy to use, though you may want to remove the back fan before you put the motherboard in, then replace it later. Link to two colors is here, but there is another if you look somewhere else in the Newegg store.(https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16811353097) In U.S. Total with the CPU Cooler comes to about $789 with shipping. Total without the CPU Cooler comes to about $749 with shipping.
  12. I recently built my first PC for my parents, and my Dad wanted to play GTA V on it. It started to freeze after he had been playing for 10-15 minutes, and told him to restart the game. It told him to try re-installing if the problem wasn't fixed. We reinstalled 3 times. I personally think that the onboard graphics on the 3400g are being overtaxed(1920 by 1080 @75hz), because the cpu fans tends to get very loud when playing the game. I can play Fortnite, but not GTA V on that pc. We have an RTX 2080 on a shelf for a future build(mine), and I was wondering if I could temporarily put that in there to find out if there is a GPU bottleneck. If there is, we can plan on possibly getting another graphics card for that computer(1050-1060(or AMD equivalent) or something). I feel that the RTX 2080 will crush any possible bottleneck, but I don't know if it will run with a 500 watt power supply. Will it run if I have a setup of a 3400g(CPU), Hyper 212 RGB(CPU Cooler), Asus TUF Gaming b450m(Motherboard), 500w Thermaltake Smart 80+ White Certified(PSU)? The RAM is clocked at CL16 2933mhz. If it won't run under the 500w limit, can I limit maximum usage to 75%, or 50% to reduce power cosumption. How would I do that? I thank you for any help you can provide on whether the RTX 2080 can run under 500w power supply, or if you think you know what the problem with GTA 5 on the 3400G is.
  13. The Asus TUF VG259Q is a 144hz IPS monitor that is 1920 by 1080p. It is G-Sync Compatable(Not true G-Sync. FreeSync with G-Sync certification). With a graphics card like the 980 Ti though, you will probably not struggle to maintain a high enough FPS to max out the frame limit, especially if you play games like Fortnite, PUBG, Rocket League, CS:GO, or other E-Sports titles. You won't need adaptive sync in those scenarios as the frame rate will be well above the refresh rate. The monitor also has ELMB, or black frame insertion to reduce motion blur. That works with adaptive sync too, which is unique in this. Also, you may have to fact check with the G-Sync compatability. I found that the 980ti does support G-Sync compatable monitors that are natively freesync in a newer driver update.
  14. Yes, that should be reliable. It looks like it has good reviews on Amazon, and it is BenQ. They are a reputable company for great gaming monitors. I wonder though. I don't know if that is your computer, but why did an i7 3930k get paired with a 1080ti? There is a very large CPU bottleneck right there.
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