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Koka458

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About Koka458

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 1911-07-22

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Nether
  • Interests
    Mostly Gaming, 3D Modelling, Programming, Downloading and watching movies, Buying new games.
  • Biography
    I am a pre-matured teenage guy. With no girlfriend(not interested yet!).And loves gaming stuffs....B-)
  • Occupation
    I am studying and want to join Gaming Industry. I love 3D Modelling, Texturing.Programming.

System

  • CPU
    AMD FX-6300 Black Edition Unlocked Processor
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3
  • RAM
    8 GB
  • GPU
    Zotac NVidia GTX 760
  • Storage
    WD Blue 1 Tb
  • PSU
    Corsair VS650 650 Watt
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Hyper 212X
  • Operating System
    Windows 8 Pro x64
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  1. I think I'll just buy. If it doesn't work, will get a 1050 Ti
  2. People are rocking RTX 2080 Ti with it https://www.userbenchmark.com/System/Gigabyte-GA-78LMT-USB3-R2/76450
  3. Ow, okay The PC in my college works fine with 1050 Ti and older BIOS. Not sure which motherboard but it has i7-2700
  4. It's legacy BIOS motherboard. Any problem?
  5. I have a 6 year old mid-range PC and the GPU recently died. Specs: Gigabye GA78LMT-USB3 AMD FX-6300 GTX 760 [R.I.P] 8 Gb DDR3 RAM Corsair VS650 PSU Played lots of games for like 4 years and after that started some 3D rendering VFX work. I'll be buying a new PC next year so don't want a crazy upgrade for now. I'm thinking of getting a GTX 1650 SUPER. Can only get Nvidia cuz rendering only supports CUDA However I'm worried about compatibility with mobo and GPU. It is PCIe 16X 2.0 I know there will be massive bottleneck but it's mostly for rendering and very minimal gaming. Should I get it?
  6. How do I explain my situation here....I can't work on projects for 5 months with a GT 610. New PC will come only after college(next year).
  7. Personally, I do want the 1050 Ti but I'll be just leaving it behind after. Will make a good PC after college so...just anything for my last year.
  8. 8 Gb DDR3. Getting more is pointless. I'd get a new laptop but no budget currently. Did fine for last 2 years with VFX stuff. I don't see how that could cause a problem.
  9. I'm doing fine with my GT 610 only problem is that it's slow. I won't be rendering with GPU only navigation and viewport It's only for less than a year. Any opinions on GT 1030?
  10. It has to be Maxwell or greater architecture GPU.
  11. I'm good on the processor side but a GTX 650 can't do 3D. The CUDA version is old. I can confirm. And I can get that in 2020?
  12. Just yesterday my GPU died, a GTX 760. I can confirm cuz there is artifacting and windows is not recognizing it. I haven't upgraded my PC since 2014, I just can't. Currently it's back to GT 610 (oof) I'm learning VFX production stuff and it can't even handle the viewport of Maya and Substance Painter (3D apps)(15-30 FPS). It's the last year of my course so don't want anything sort of high-end-ish like a 1050 Ti. Because there is a high chance I'll be moving soon. So just for this year, will a GT 1030 be able to handle 3D stuff? I've seen people play Far Cry 5 with it, runs exactly like my 760 did. And no, I'll not be rendering with it. Just enough to handle the viewport.
  13. Alright. I'll tell him to buy a fan...
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