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Raging_Dragon

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  1. There's a guy who has made 3 videos about a 4790k+a 3080 rtx. My other thought to get use the 3080 to start studying Deep Learning.
  2. I'm mostly going to be playing older games (circa 2014-18).
  3. I have a... (looks up order from 2015...) EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 80PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V/EPS12V 750W Power Supply . I also edited my original post. I think it will suffice just fine even with some degradation over the years. I'm aware there will be some bottlenecking, it's just a reality at this point, I don't want to upgrade the whole PC. I told the wife in 2015 my PC would probably last 10 years or so before throwing $3K (Canadian) at a new one. I'm selling some rare pen & paper RPG supplements for the extra cash to fund the new Monitor and GPU.
  4. Reading this post, I thought I'd make my own. I want to upgrade my Monitor and GPU to play some older titles (Witcher 3, Divinity Original Sin) on 4K 60fps, and eventually the new Elder Scrolls 6 game. My current setup is: Maximus Formula VII 4790k @ 4.4 Ghz GTX 980 *2 SLI 32 (4*8) GB ram, 2400 MHz CL 10 256 GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD 4TB*2 External HDD's for storage 750W Gold PSU (EVGA SuperNOVA G2 80PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V/EPS12V) 24" 1080p Monitor. Obviously I can upgrade the 980s to an RTX 3080. One thought is higher quality ra
  5. I'd prefer something that I can actually hook up to my computer and make then record a measurement.
  6. Hi Guys, I'm interested in measuring the noise various components on my PC produce, and was wondering what a good sound sensor to buy is? I'm curious to what PC reviewers like Linus and other guys use when they say things like "at 1 meter away the measurable noise is..."
  7. Interestingly enough - at one point my 5.1 surround sound wasn't working, I installed nvidia drivers, and then it worked properly after that. Go figure.
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