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About boboman342

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  • CPU
    I7 4790k 4.6Ghz 1.255v
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z97 Gaming 5
  • RAM
    Gskill Ripjaws 16GB (4x4) @1866Mhz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 980 Ti
  • Case
    Enthoo Pro
  • Storage
    Mushkin 120GB ssd + WD Blue 1TB
  • PSU
    Seaconic m12II EVO 850w
  • Display(s)
    Acer XB270HU bprz, Asus VN2478H-P, Samsung UE22ES540050
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Thermaltake Poseidon Z (browns)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    HD 518's + Modmic 4.0
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit

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  1. Although I can't totally help you, this is what I did when upgrading my current pc from an amd platform to intel (swapping motherboard and cpu). This is a guide to windows 7, before I obviously upgraded to windows 10, then did a clean install of windows 10 (win 10 key stays in your motherboards bios, idk about 7/8). I would assume you could do something similar with windows 8/10, just make sure to write down your windows and any other application activation keys you have used just encase. You should boot and be activated regardless, there is just concern with removing old drivers
  2. I currently have a gtx 980ti (sorry AMD) but if I won one of these graphics cards, I would give it to my friend trying to build an AMD budget system.
  3. Well in games that use async like the new Hitman, you can see the fury x dominate the 980ti, where the 980ti doesn't have proper async management or whatever. The 1080 spanks the fury x in that same game, so they did something other than just an increase in raw power to deal with async. I assume it's something like how the implemented SMP, just adding a new compute block on the gpu to do the extra work. Thus preventing the improved async improvements seen on pascal being brought to maxwell.
  4. Tom Petersen from Nvidia said that, not me. Plus he and Ryan talked about how there are like 25% more shaders running at a 40% faster clock speed. Transistor count doesn't change from 28nm to 16 either... You can just fit more gates and stuff. Of course the 1080 spanks the 980. I would assume if both the 980 and 1080 had the same number of cuda cores running at the same clock speed, as per Tom, theoretically they should have the same performance, minus the GDDR5X part. It seems (to me at least) that pascal so far has been shrunken maxwell with the new space filled with more refine
  5. He was comparing it to small maxwell, you know, 980.
  6. PC Per's interview with an Nvidia dude said clock for clock (shader per shader), pascal is the same performance as maxwell.
  7. Well if you are the kind of person that really wants a perfect monitor, (and for the cost of a monitor like this) you should have one. Those xr34's that are $1,000 shouldn't ever have anything wrong with them, but most do sadly. I would try to find a store that sells/stocks them so you don't have to wait weeks for an rma until you get a perfect one, unless stores won't let you constantly return/re-buy the same thing again and again lol. Edit: Oh shit, 1k posts. Woot
  8. I bought mine used from Ebay for $465 and I think it was defiantly worth it. Still had the plastic on it to peel off. Mine does have a few dead pixels but luckily they are all near the edges of the screen. One is near the top left and the other few are near the bottom right. Literally undetectable unless you have single color, uniform background, AND are 2in from the screen looking for them. I came from a 60hz 1080p pls monitor, so every single thing about my upgrade was totally worth it. You on the other hand, already have a 1440p ips monitor. I would still say the g
  9. Follow that cnet link, but when it asks for a password, just don't put one in and you are golden!
  10. So I had to sign in with my dumb microsoft account to download the new forza beta and when I restarted to install the newest nvidia drivers, blam. My icons and everything were just like my laptop, which I only use the microsoft account for. Bad thing is, this happened to my drives. My question is how do I go back to my local account I was using before? I only has a username had no password. No restore points to speak of for some reason... I REALLY want to go back to my previous "state" as you will, but more importantly all of my important files are on my HDD... Which access is denied to... Ple
  11. Anything look fishy? The only real difference with this ssd is that it only maxes out around 450MBps reads and 200MBps writes.
  12. Must be a problem with only the low capacity ssd's like the one you have. My 480gb Ultra II I have had for almost 5 Months has been used as my steam games ssd and has been perfect. Just ran HD Tune and here are MY results. If I forgot to provide enough information please ask me for more.
  13. I've had the Ultra II 480GB for a short while now (3-4 months) and no problems (so far). The write speeds are kind of a joke, but they will be able to keep up with gigabit lan transfer speeds so you will be fine when transferring files and what not. The read speeds are fast and for $109 when I got it, I like it. There are some other ssd options like Silicon Power 480GB ssd for $99, which are just as likely to fail or die as my Ultra II. Just make sure you go through a retailer with a good return/replacement policy and you'll be fine if you backup your data on the ssd. Not a problem for me beca
  14. I'm glad this new Homefront is being made completely different than the previous game, but it still worries me. I think I will pass this deal up for now and just buy it on steam when it comes out so i have a chance to refund it if I don't like it. Plus the preorder crap is just useless crap.
  15. Check out this thread, and in particular, my comments about the quadcopter I decided to pick up for ~$50.