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Omie

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About Omie

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Full-Time College Student

System

  • CPU
    i7-7700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus IX Formula
  • RAM
    16GB DDR4 3200Mhz RAM G. Skill TridentZ
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 1080 Strix OC Edition
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Luxe (Tempered Glass)
  • Storage
    2TB WD Black HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 850W G2
  • Display(s)
    Dell s2716DG
  • Cooling
    H115i (w/ 2x ML140 Pro LED)
  • Keyboard
    K70 Lux RGB (MX Brown)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Logitech z200
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit
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  1. Same plan here. Looked at some benchmarks and it's a huge improvement over the 1080Ti. Going to be a pain to get my hands on one though.
  2. That's unfortunate. But yeah it is pretty old so i guess that makes sense. I'll just keep it underclocked by 100mhz through afterburner.
  3. I never overclocked my GPU, so it would just boost to the manufacturer's clock speeds, which I believe is 1708 MHz in boost mode. But now I underclock it by 100Mhz through afterburner to get it not to crash in most games. Some games don't crash when it's at the default boost 1708, but many others do. I always thought the manufacturer's boost clocks were always tested to ensure they remain stable.
  4. Also my CPU is overclocked to 4.8 and RAM is xmp to run at 3200mhz. Do you think that may have something to do with it? The only reason I think not is because my issue goes away after I downclock my GPU, so not sure if there is any correlation between a CPU and RAM OC.
  5. Don't think it is unfortunately. I've tried many different drivers and it doesn't help.
  6. So I’ve had my build for ~4 years now. I have a GTX 1080Ti Asus Strix O11G so it comes factory overclocked/boosted. About a few months ago I noticed that some games like Modern Warfare, FFXIV, etc. randomly just freeze/lock-up until the game boots me to the desktop with a crash error code. After some troubleshooting, I noticed that when I underclock my GPU by about 100-200Mhz the games don’t crash anymore, so it looks like Asus’s factory OC on the card is causing the crashes. I’m wondering if there’s anything I can do to fix this so I don’t have to underclock m
  7. Yeah I’ll try that. It’s been a few months since I cleaned it so it’s pretty dusty.
  8. Nope, everything is pretty much the same system wise.
  9. Yeah it’s two separate PSU cables, each 8 pins. Unfortunately I don’t have another system to test, but this issue started happening a few months ago where before it was fine.
  10. 2 cables, each are 8-pin connectors...
  11. GPU has 2 8-pin connectors, it’s plugged into the MB directly and using original cables.
  12. Here’s my PC build: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/VJPPHN
  13. So I’ve had my build for ~4 years now. I have a GTX 1080Ti Asus Strix O11G so it comes factory overclocked/boosted. About a few months ago I noticed that some games like Modern Warfare, FFXIV, etc. randomly just freeze/lock-up until the game boots me to the desktop with a crash error code. After some troubleshooting, I noticed that when I underclock my GPU by about 100-200Mhz the games don’t crash anymore, so it looks like Asus’s factory OC on the card is causing the crashes. I’m wondering if there’s anything I can do to fix this so I don’t have to underclock m
  14. By “good” I basically want it as buttery smooth as possible, so the higher frames it can hold and hold that consistently. The X950G I have now is smooth in stable scenes, but as soon as there is even a little bit of motion, the frames drop and stutters/judders happen, making it pretty much unwatchable. It’s mainly due to the fact that the X950G has no “High” CineMotion option where as the older X900E/F models do. The X950G only has the option of “Auto” which will automatically adjust the CineMotion and it’s terrible at it. It constantly adjusts which basically results in the stutters/j
  15. I'm looking for a 4k TV that has good SOE. I like SOE and watching movies/gaming in the highest frames possible. Is there any TV out there that has good motion interpolation to provide great SOE without constant stutters/judders? I purchased the Sony 55X950G but it makes watching things with SOE unbearable due to constant stutters/judders. The motion interpolation options on the X950G have been reduced compared to it's older X900E/F models which is completely idiotic by Sony. I was looking at the Samsung 55" Q70R, but not sure how the motion is on that. I've been getti
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