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Edgar R. Zakarian

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About Edgar R. Zakarian

  • Title
    The interested newbie ;D

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  • Steam

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  • Interests
    Gaming, Engineering
  • Biography
    Friends & Gaming - The best!
  • Occupation
    Not telling.


  • CPU
    Intel i5-7600K (Stock)
  • Motherboard
    MSI H110 PC MATE
  • RAM
    2x8 GB Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2400MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11GB
  • Case
    Dark Base Pro 900 Orange
  • Storage
    1x SSD Crucial MX200 250GB 1x HDD 250GB 2.5"
  • PSU
    Cooler Master V750
  • Display(s)
    Samsung SyncMaster SA700
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Evo 212
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G15
  • Mouse
    SteelSeries Rival 300
  • Sound
    SteelSeries Siberia 840
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64x Pro

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  1. My motherboard only supports crossfire. Would the SLI on the GPU work on this since it's a single-PCI slot card?
  2. Did you get more frames by disabling nvlink/ sli? Sometimes bad sli can reduce fps. Your cpu is definitely bottlenecking for games like csgo, however 120 is very low. You should be able to get more.
  3. How do programs actually measure/calucate this? you know 0-100% usage. How does it know? like number of active transistors?
  4. So there isn't a specific date, like 2 weeks after official announcement or on the release date where items hit the shelves ? Like some standard
  5. You should be fine with 480 and 6pin to 8 pin adapter.
  6. Tried reseating? Could be a bad interface between gpu and pci on mobo ?
  7. When you run a benchmark and monitor cpu/gpu usage and frequencies, are they asthey should be ? Is the gpuat 100%load under game? At what fps?
  8. Worked for me many times. But that's my experience with it It melts solder joints and reconnects them. They get brittle and crack over time due to heating/cooling. 180c 12 mins in oven on pure pcba. Them out and let it cool. Note : don't use an oven you cool food in as there may come toxic fumes from the card which then MAY transfer to your food.
  9. I had this problem with a used gigabyte cars I bought. I baked it. It disappeared xD. Card works fine in 2D mode, so in safe mode in windows. As soon as you install the drivers and go 3D mode, it does cause it's not working. Still using the very same card now 5 years later.
  10. How does the gpu control fan speed then? Sure as heck looks like 4.
  11. I think this is what I was looking for. https://www.ebay.com/itm/pc-Cooler-Cooling-Fan-4p-Female-to-GPU-Video-Card-Mini-4pin-Male-power-cable/142871288530?hash=item2143cadad2:g:MHQAAOSw4SxbTbPF Any reason pwm/fan speed control wouldn't work with this? As I see it, 4 pins does include signal and PWM, instead of the GPU, I can control it though my mobo chassis fan header.
  12. Hi, So long story short, GPU: P106-100 mining card, its bios only limits fans to go down to 50% which is pretty darn noisy still, especially while you're watching movies for a living room HTPC. So my idea is to override the gpu's own bios fan control but to prevent a lot of zipties and headache with 2 new fans and an ugly gpu, just to simply plug out the gpu fan header and add it to the mobo. Here comes the problem of course, the gpu fan header is really small and won't fit on the mobo, so is there a converter? (includes PWM, 3-4pin). Would love not to solder