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Mick Naughty

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About Mick Naughty

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  • Birthday 1987-11-28

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  • Location
    Columbus, Ohio
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  • CPU
    I7 8700K
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Strix Z370-H
  • RAM
    G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 16GB (2 x 8GB)
  • GPU
    GTX 1080 EVGA SC
  • Case
    Corsair Air540
  • Storage
    3 ssd's. Pair of 3tb hhd's and 1 m.2
  • PSU
    EVGA 850 GQ
  • Display(s)
    Acer KG251Q
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    G Pro
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  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64 bit

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  1. Having no control, I assume it’s simple testing method as well and not repeating the build.
  2. Use the 420. Should be plenty. Nothing less will come close.
  3. Sure. Some came with my cpu block. Works all the same as all the other stuff I use.
  4. Thought the strix had the record for pascal before the kingpin was released. Or does that not matter even with ln2 being on the list.
  5. Do you have room for both cards? Either a fault with the card or the psu itself if you swapped the gpu cable. But is that psu modular?
  6. I was bored and did it for a purpose. As my cards having vram on the back and the Backplates reaching 80c. Wanted to do it just because. Ek backplates hold in another 20c compared to the evga ones offered for those cards.
  7. Room on the board for both cards? Tried all the other pci slots?
  8. Well if it only boosts to what it’s default clock is, there isn’t much left. Using gpu z would say what’s holding it back. If you were getting the exact overlock you put in and can’t get it how, then there’s contact issue somewhere on the card or the drivers need to be reinstalled. Or it was never stable to begin with.
  9. Yep. It can’t tell you the rpm of every fan attached. It’s just one wire so it can’t do that.
  10. I get the code all the time if I’m messing with my pc. Never randomly. Normally when filling the loop and tilting the case. Another cause was uneven pressure on the cpu block. I can just restart or hit the psu power switch. Over never cleared cmos to address the issue.
  11. So what did it boost to before with and without an overclock and what is it doing now with and without? Was there anything being ran as a comparison aside from 3d Mark? I assume you’re running 4K bringing up 60fps.
  12. If you could notice the FPS difference, then the testing wasn’t done right. Those few steps would only yield a few FPS. Didn’t see any clock speeds mentioned either. So you had an aio on it before or was the card not hitting 100% to only be on the 60’s?
  13. Sounds like a bad mix of parts. If you can’t turn the speed up then move the pc. Only real option.
  14. I have both, both haven’t been able to keep up in years. Waste of time and money. But I would tell them to do it. Then when they finally realize, it will be a lesson learned.