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Are these correct benchmarks of RTX 2070

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Posted · Original PosterOP

(can put rust max graphics quality with 70-75 fps or 3 graphics quality with treemesh,treequality and shader max and object quality 50 for 80-100 fps RUST)

(Texture quality max, Texture filtering max , LOD Quality max, Texture filtering max , shading quality high, Shadow low, reflextions low, ambient off, lens effect off, zoom indepth off, AA T-AA, Render scaling 100, T-AA Sharpness 50 160fps-200 Rainbow six seige)

(Everything Ultra but, Foliage on low, Shadows on low , Post-processing on low FIRST PERSOn 100FPS with dips to 90 and large towns 60-70.)

(Overwatch all Ultra local refections and ambient off 100-120 fps )

 

I'm happy but I'd just like to know if these are correct or close

 

and is 50% fan speed safe to have permanently 


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GTX 1070

 

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16GB DDR4 Crucial ram (2133mhz)

 

Prime Z370-A Motherboard

 

Gamemax Falcon (White)

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Sounds like the tiniest bit exaggerated. 

Otherwise, yes; normal.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

@LlamaFamah What about fan speed will this be ok for like 4 years worth of gaming?


PC SPECS

 

I7-8700 (non K)

 

GTX 1070

 

Corsair H100x AIO

 

16GB DDR4 Crucial ram (2133mhz)

 

Prime Z370-A Motherboard

 

Gamemax Falcon (White)

----------------------------------------------------------

Peripherals

 

Logitech G305

 

Corsair Strafe MX RED

 

Blue Yeti /w arm

 

JVC (Headphones)

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1 minute ago, xReqt said:

@LlamaFamah What about fan speed will this be ok for like 4 years worth of gaming?

In a relatively large case, it should be fine. ITX and we may have a problem. Could you elaborate on why it is at 50%? (If you can).


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Posted · Original PosterOP

@LlamaFamah ATX, 50% on MSI Afterburner so IDK its tad loud but my other fans are louder. either way should It be ok for 4 years np?


PC SPECS

 

I7-8700 (non K)

 

GTX 1070

 

Corsair H100x AIO

 

16GB DDR4 Crucial ram (2133mhz)

 

Prime Z370-A Motherboard

 

Gamemax Falcon (White)

----------------------------------------------------------

Peripherals

 

Logitech G305

 

Corsair Strafe MX RED

 

Blue Yeti /w arm

 

JVC (Headphones)

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Just now, xReqt said:

@LlamaFamah ATX, 50% on MSI Afterburner so IDK its tad loud but my other fans are louder. either way should It be ok for 4 years np?

Yeah, should be fine :D 
 


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Set a fan curve, like for example under 50c (idle) fan is off then it gets to 51c go to 30% fan then 60c 50% 80c 90%

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Don't run a static fan speed if possible. You can set the curve to 50% rpm up until 80c and have it go up from there just in case it ever needs the extra cooling


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Posted · Original PosterOP

@Joelw2003 @WoodenMarker Im unsure how to do that


PC SPECS

 

I7-8700 (non K)

 

GTX 1070

 

Corsair H100x AIO

 

16GB DDR4 Crucial ram (2133mhz)

 

Prime Z370-A Motherboard

 

Gamemax Falcon (White)

----------------------------------------------------------

Peripherals

 

Logitech G305

 

Corsair Strafe MX RED

 

Blue Yeti /w arm

 

JVC (Headphones)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

@WoodenMarker @Joelw2003 Its at 40% at 30c 50% at 50c 80% at 80c and 100% at 90c


PC SPECS

 

I7-8700 (non K)

 

GTX 1070

 

Corsair H100x AIO

 

16GB DDR4 Crucial ram (2133mhz)

 

Prime Z370-A Motherboard

 

Gamemax Falcon (White)

----------------------------------------------------------

Peripherals

 

Logitech G305

 

Corsair Strafe MX RED

 

Blue Yeti /w arm

 

JVC (Headphones)

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3 hours ago, xReqt said:

@Joelw2003 @WoodenMarker Im unsure how to do that

In Msi Afterburner Settings > Fan > Enable user defined software automatic fan control, you can set a fan curve which determines the fan speed % at given temperature. By double clicking on the graph, you can transition between linear and step curves. 


If you ever need help with a build, read the following before posting: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/3061-build-plan-thread-recommendations-please-read-before-posting/
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