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rickeo

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About rickeo

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    Veteran
  • Birthday Oct 22, 1986

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  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 5800X
  • Motherboard
    Asus B550-I Strix
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 3090 Founders Edition
  • Case
    Lian-Li PC-011D Mini
  • Storage
    500GB Samsung 970 Evo NVMe / 2TB Samsung 860 Evo SATA
  • PSU
    Corsair SF750 Platinum
  • Display(s)
    Asus 34" PG348Q
  • Cooling
    EK 360 AIO
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G Pro
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703
  • Sound
    JBL 104 Speakers / Logitech G Pro X headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Dell XPS 13
  • Phone
    iPhone 12 Pro Max
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  1. This is a link to SOLD listings of USED 1080's for reference. Prices in USD. https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=GTX+1080&_sacat=0&LH_Complete=1&LH_ItemCondition=3000&rt=nc&Memory%20Size=8%20GB&_dcat=27386
  2. 34" or above you're in 3440x1440/3840x1600 Ultrawide or 4K territory and a 3060Ti isn't necessarily the strongest at those resolutions. My suggestion for a great experience in all games is stick to a "1440p" or 2560x1440 display at the maximum. The largest they commonly come is 32", however you'll find they are not commonly suggested as that amount of pixels at that size means its not as sharp as it could be. The most common size you find 1440p displays is 27".
  3. By grabbing the Media Creation Tool from this link, using it to put Windows 10 on a USB stick and booting to it. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 Many guides out there, this is just the first one in my search results.
  4. Also that second picture has both your Intel AX200 Wifi chip and a Realtek NIC working.. but your board doesn't have a Realtek NIC. I'm not very confused. What did you install? New hardware?
  5. Wait, what exactly did you "install"? That board has built in wifi and ethernet.
  6. Can you open Device Manager, expand Network adapters and take a screenshot? Should look like this.
  7. I don't know why Corsair hasn't made this clearer. This has been confusing new people for years.
  8. My suggestion is starting over. We don't really know what's going on with your system and you seem new so you're descriptions of things aren't the best. That's fine. Download this driver directly from Nvidia: https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/180225/en-us Next, run DDU, select Clean and Reboot, then install the driver you downloaded. https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/display-driver-uninstaller-download.html
  9. Please, help us help you. How are you downloading these drivers? Using your web browser at this link? https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/180225/en-us Is GeForce Experience already installed and you're using that?
  10. You'll need a heatgun and most importantly some experience using it. That kind of soldering isn't for those who have never soldered anything before. Very delicate work and you have a lot of pins to heat up. Honestly, looking at it, I think you're way over your head. An electronics repair shop would be a better bet.
  11. They're just the pins that connect the memory DIMM slot to the motherboard. How did you manage to break them? I don't believe that is going to be an easy fix without some SMD soldering experience and equipment.
  12. The CPU in that machine is going to be a bottleneck regardless as was said above. My work laptop is a 5th gen dual core i3 but I swapped in a SATA SSD and 16GB of RAM but nearly everything you do pegs the CPU at 100% load and things are still super sluggish.
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