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SwiftXShadow

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About SwiftXShadow

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Nov 30, 1991

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    Intel® Core™ i7-6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asus maximus ranger VIII
  • RAM
    Corsair vengeance white led 16GB
  • GPU
    Inno3d GTX 1080 iChill 4x
  • Case
    Corsair 780t
  • Storage
    HyperX Fury SSD 480GB and a second SSD kingston something forgot 480GB
  • PSU
    Seasonic Platinum Series 760 Watt Platinum Certified
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator XB271HU (2k) and some samsung 1920p 19inch secondary montior, HTC Vive
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X61
  • Keyboard
    Razer deathstalker chroma
  • Mouse
    Logitech G903 with the powerplay mouse pad
  • Sound
    Logitech Z906 and Logitech G933 headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. u should go 4 cores, as u wont need more. Having 4 cores and higher Ghz is better then 6 or 8 cores with lower Ghz What yo u want is the highest Ghz you can possibly get for a single core and for the 4 cores working all the the same time.
  2. most minis hardly make any noise and generate next to no heat. Unless you buy them in a massive amount with a company their all overpriced. Noise and heat come mainly from Fans and GPU. These tiny mins usually cant even fit fans and dont come with GPUs
  3. considering you have 1200 posts on these forums, why do u even ask that question when u know 90% of people will say. Self built PC > prebuilt PC > Laptop I am sure u know enough that self built will always be cheaper, as you pick the exact parts you need and dont overpay for them.
  4. Ram - is your short term memory and nerves Motherboard - is your spine CPU - is your brain GPU - is what gives your eyes the ability to see color, the ability to see movement and see in 3d. PSU - is your blood and heart Fans - is your sweat Mouse and keyboard - are your arms and legs Speakers - are your ears Monitor - is your eyes Case - is your bone structure HDD - is a 70 year olds long term memory SSD - is a 20 year olds long term memory Human = Computer "Teacher whats a spine?" *Oh yea.... the little shits dont know ev
  5. i mean u dont need 2000 for fracebook, remote desktop and youtube. More like 500 if even that. High end GPUs = heat.
  6. One is shit but runs good. The other is good but runs shit. That about sums them up.
  7. U dont like numbers? BLASFEMY! INFIDEL! If this was the middle ages i would have u burnt at the stake! If i was hitler i would send u to the gas chambers!!!! If i was a woman i would tell you about feminism atm!!!
  8. Putting it into another computer that dosn't have any other GPUs? It wont give any display being connected alone? I assume it also has latest drivers? The monitor is switched to the right setting to recieve the signal? It is plugged to the video card and not the mobo? It is connected to the highest PCI that your Mobo has? The cable you use has been checked with another card/monitor that it works? Checked the bios that it dosnt have the card disabled and integrated graphics enabled instead? Also on the other system your putting the card in that only has that card, make sure any othe
  9. Also do you have 2 different GPUs attached to the computer? 1080ti and 960?
  10. It dosnt work, but your using it to type this message?
  11. Are you attaching the monitor cables into the Motherboard or the GPU, if it is into the motherboard then it will use the motherboards integrated graphics for the monitor not the video card. Other then that, look at your monitor settings is it receiving Analog or Digital signal. For HDMI and Displayport it needs to receive Digital. Also why are the 2 video cards? SLI only works with the same video card as in two 960s or two 1080ti.
  12. 550W is enough for 2080rtx
  13. yea if you had a 2k monitor at 144hz that hardware can run anything at a stable 144 fps. for 4k it will run anything at a stable 60fps (dun think it will go a stable 120 or 144fps on anything on very high settings) 1080p is literally a joke, the hardware is hardly even working. If your 1080p monitor is at 60hz, then the hardware is basically asleep. You say you have 2x 8gb ram? Is that dual channel 8gb? Or is it 16gb. If it is 8gb that is what will bottleneck your computer. 16gb is fine.
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