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  1. I hope so, but is there any chance that I might be limited if I ever decide to overclock in the future? I might get a 3080 that's factory overclocked so I don't really know if that factory overclock will push me over 850w or not. Maybe I should've waited and got the 1000w when its available? idk. These calculators are making it seem like 850w is barely enough if I want to overclock at all.
  2. So I've used this power supply calculatorhttps://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator and after putting in all my components it recommends a 620w power supply, but if i increase the overvoltage/core and memory clock plus cpu vcore and speed, it recommends a 1000w power supply. Does that mean i'll be very limited when it comes to overclocking? Here is what i put in the calculator... 8700k with cpu speed of 4.7mhz and 1.3v vcore 90% TDP 2x 8gb DDR4 RTX 3080 core clock 2004, overvoltage 15%, memory clock 2638mhz 2x SATA SSD 1x CD RW Drive 1x gaming keyboard and 1x gaming mouse 2x USB 3.0 devices 3x 200mm fans and 3x 120mm fans Corsair H70 hydro liquid cooling Always on 24/7
  3. There is a switch in the back of the HX850w that allows you to switch between single and multi rail. I was asking if I should keep it in single rail or switch to multi.
  4. Alright great, one more question though, should I just use single rail or multi rail with my rig?
  5. Hi I recently bought a Corsair HX850w Platinum psu and I just wanted to make sure that this power supply can easily handle an rtx 3090. Here is my current rig. i7 8700k EVGA GTX 1080TI SC2 16gb ddr4 corsair vengeance ram, Aorus gaming 7 z370 motherboard 2 SSDs 3x 200mm fans 3x 120mm fans
  6. I just went for the 860 evo. Finally, no more having to constantly uninstall games to make space for others. Thanks for the help.
  7. No need for m.2, just a good Samsung SATA SSD. Honestly I lost the screws that came with the motherboard for the m.2 so probably can't install it anyway. i7 8700k EVGA GTX 1080TI SC2 16gb ddr4 corsair vengeance ram, Aorus gaming 7 z370 motherboard Corsair TX850w psu
  8. Any suggestion for a better Samsung SSD?
  9. Welp, is there any significant difference between these 2 SSDs? Just going to go ahead and get one of them. https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Inch-Internal-MZ-76E1T0B-AM/dp/B078DPCY3T/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=samsung+ssd+1tb&qid=1601400349&sr=8-3 https://www.amazon.com/SAMSUNG-Internal-Version-MZ-77Q1T0B-AM/dp/B089C73T72/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=samsung+ssd+1tb&qid=1601400349&sr=8-4
  10. Hi, does anyone know of a way to delete the Call of Duty MW campaign and spec ops so I can download this update for season 6? This silly game took up 100% of my drive space because I have two 250gb SSDs on this pc at the moment and the game took up all the space I have available for one of them. I heard there is a way to delete the campaign mode and spec ops from inside the game, but I can't get into the game at the moment because it has to be updated first.
  11. For the first benchmark in rdr2, is that with every single setting maxed out? I just tried maxing everything out and got fps in the low 30s. Aside from the cpu, do you also run an oc on the GPU? Might update my driver to see if it makes a difference.
  12. I've thought about that, but I really don't like buying used parts. You'll never know if the seller used it to mine 24/7 and the card is on it's last legs.
  13. weird because that's not really the case for me. If i max out every setting at 1080p i end up with something like 40-45fps with my setup. I had to set most settings to high in order to get 60+ fps most of the time.
  14. Hey folks, I'm just another person who is uncertain about whether or not I should upgrade my trusty ol 1080 Ti into one of the new big boys like a 3080 or a 3090 (maybe not a 3090 because that price is...yikes). Being able to run games at 60fps+ using a single 1080p monitor with ultra settings is all that matters for me, but I'm not sure if the 1080 Ti can deliver that anymore after playing some of the new demanding games like rdr2. My question is, do you think the 1080 Ti will survive the rest of 2020 or will it get pummeled by games like Cyberpunk, Watch Dogs Legion, or really any other AAA game that comes after that? For fellow 1080TI owners, what will you do? will you stick with the 1080Ti or do you think upgrading now is worth it even before 3080Ti or similar card comes out? for a guy like me who is content with a single 1080p monitor, do you think upgrading is still a good idea? Here are my specs i7 8700k no oc EVGA GTX 1080TI SC2 16gb ddr4 corsair vengeance ram, Aorus gaming 7 z370 motherboard Corsair TX850w psu
  15. Check your Nvidia control panel and check if Vsync is on half refresh rate or something and make sure it's turned off. If you're using Geforce experience its also possible that it upped your graphics settings after you updated the driver. Also make sure that you have Game Mode or whatever this game recording crap in windows 10 is called turned off. If all else fails, try reinstalling the driver and the game.
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