i_build_nanosuits

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About i_build_nanosuits

System

  • CPU
    Core i7-4770K @ 4.2GHZ
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z87-G45 Gaming
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance LP 1866mhz CL9 Red
  • GPU
    ASUS GTX 980ti Strix OC @ 1430mhz core 8100mhz GDDR5
  • Case
    Phanteks P400S Tempered glass Black/Red
  • Storage
    1TB seagate SSHD + 240gb SSD + 120gb SSD + 64gb SSD
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 750 G2
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator XB270HU 1440p Gsync 144hz IPS
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i V2
  • Keyboard
    Razer Lycosa
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder
  • Sound
    ASUS ROG Orion Headset
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    Male
  • Location
    Montréal, Québec, 🍁Canada🍁
  • Interests
    PC Gaming enthousiast for the past 20 years (Console gaming as well), Ice Hockey, Motocross. Women and beer...and my son!
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    RΛZΞR
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  1. you don't need 64GB of DDR4 Ram then, 16GB will be plenty...also you should look at an R5 1600 with a B350 motherboard instead, cheaper more cores more threads etc.. will last your longer, put that money saved toward a GTX 1080.
  2. Titan X is not a ''gaming card'' per say but it does perform on par or better than the ''ti'' counterpart in games...it's no different with AMD, this card support the RX drivers and it is what it's running right now and it's likely a fully enabled Vega chip the same or better than what will be in the top end RX vega card, so there is no reason why this FE card would be any worse than the RX vega in games.
  3. it's not like you have a choice...also be prepared to over spend for your 1070...in all honesty i think if you can, just get a GTX 1080 they are in stock pretty much everywhere and there are good deals on them or at least they are still selling for what they should go for...because of Gddr5X its slightly slower in mining than a 1070 so miners don,t want them...but in games it's a good 25% faster...it's worth it...
  4. 2 weeks is actually pretty good...you'll get through it bro.
  5. yeah let's face it, it took AMD a full 2 years to come up with something slightly worse than Nvidia's current architecture which came out a year and a half ago...they are a full generation behind now.
  6. i read you wrong sorry about that
  7. i think you are confusing OpenCL and OpenGL...traditionaly AMD GPU's are more efficient at OpenCL computing than Nvidia but when it comes to OpenGL rendering Nvidia is usually better.
  8. yes it would, doN,t buy 4K it's crap for gaming, you'll end up playing at 1080p on it most of the time anyways. IMHO, from a gaming standpoint going from 1080p 144hz to 4K 60hz on a desktop monitor is a downgrade, gaming wise. Save until you can afford a high refresh rate 2560x1440 144hz gaming monitor with Gsync or freesync.
  9. 1440p 144/165hz with variable refresh rate (gsync or freesync depending which GPU team) is worth every penny...4K is really not worth it unless you're talking a big ass TV in your living room.
  10. it must be awesome machine for paint and spread sheet
  11. they perform about the same they trade blows from game to game none is better than the other so pick the one you prefer or the cheapest one that is not a reference model.
  12. use intel quick sync to stream and keep your current CPU, it's plenty...or even better, use your GTX 1080ti to do the streaming with Shadowplay...
  13. dont worry about bottleneck buy the best GPU you can afford for now, and upgrade your CPU later you're lucky to be on the lowest end chip of the latest intel socket...so you have a nice choices for CPU upgrades later.
  14. i'd say more around 20% overall...it depends what you are running on it, but it's defenetly faster by a noticeable margin...3770 is a pretty fast chip even by today's standard if you're building a gaming PC it's a very good choice at those prices.
  15. 3820 is a sandy bridge part and 3770 is ivy bridge part which is newer and faster, go with the 3770