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Shimejii

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About Shimejii

  • Title
    Gamer and Computer Magician
  • Birthday Apr 03, 1995

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  • Location
    NY
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Gaming, Computer building, Computer fixing.
  • Occupation
    College

System

  • CPU
    AMD 3800x @ 4.4 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    x570 Aorus Master
  • RAM
    32 Gb DDR4 3600 CL 16 Ram
  • GPU
    1080 ti MSI DUKE 11G
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Pro
  • Storage
    500 GB Samsung 850 Evo+ 1 Tb HDD+ 480 GB NVME+ 750 GB Corsair SATA + 500 GB 970 EVO
  • PSU
    850 G2 Supernova Platinum
  • Display(s)
    Acer XB270HU 144hz 2560x1440p + Dell 144hz 2560x1440 27"
  • Cooling
    NH-D15
  • Keyboard
    K65 Corsair Cherry MX Red
  • Mouse
    PCMR Mouse O
  • Sound
    Astro Gaming a40 TR
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 pro
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  1. i mean do you Really need a 6900XT over a 6800XT? or a 5950x over a 3950x? Like what do you do?
  2. Benchmarks are only as useful as your ability to copy and reproduce them. Most Youtuber benchmarks are not exactly helpful, as they all do different hardware, graphic settings and such. You watch a few and see about where you should land.
  3. You dont know what an unreleased Game is going to perform at, do not speculate about framerates, for all we know they could pull a witcher and not really run well at all lol
  4. Its not quite a bit faster, its on par and below in most cases. Please do refer to the proper reviewers that actually tested the card A 3070 will do 1440p 144hz just fine, adjust a few settings and youll be great. I havent had many issues on my 1080ti on 1440p, just a few adjustments and voila. I never play on ultra because i find it quite pointless to begin with.
  5. AIO 100%. Way less work for 95% of the performance, especially with a cooler like the Arctic Freezer II . No brainer lol
  6. does it happen when you are launching a steam game, Such as CSGO? They have settings upon Bootup to Turn mic volume back up to 100%, you have to go to the files and manually change it.
  7. It has been pretty inferred that Samsung 8nm output IS the problem since they may be going to TSMC. GDDR6 Is in huge demand for sure due to Xbox, ps5 and the new gpus, but its been around for a few years so it should be more readily available and able to be retrofitted for Faster speeds. Could be the multitude of factors that we will pretty much never fully know
  8. Just more room to fit stuff and some wiggle room.
  9. Have you tried all Motherboard slots? Have you made sure the Motherboard and CPU actually worked before hand? Bios shouldnt cause the issue, but other then what youve tested, you could have a dead card. Do see if you can try it on a friends system.
  10. Yes but its still a ubisoft game and you are attempting to play at fully maxed settings. Turn some of them down to see which one is causing the issue. Most settings are trash and dont actually add much.
  11. Not going to sugarcoat this, LM on a 2600x Is pretty fucking stupid. Its Not a hot cpu, so you dont need to use it. Do not use LM for Heatspreader to Cooling plate, its generally not a good time and especially if anything were to drip out. Liquid metal cooling a GPU is not a good idea at all. The coolers are not designed for LM, and you have to do a lot for it to even make it safe to use on it. Generally you arent going to gain all that much performance, a few degrees is nice worth the risk to component here.
  12. Honestly it depends on the Ram kit itself. If its a cheap Gskill kit, dont buy it as it pretty much wont work at XMP speeds. Best thing if you are new to Ram is that you want the Best balance of both the Speed (Example 3600 mhx) and Cas latency (CL). A good 3200mhz Kit at CL 14 will perform pretty similar to that, and you generally have much better odds at getting 3200mhz cl 14 to work on your CPU then you have 3600 mhz cl 16 to work. Unless you are doing something that utilizes ram to that much of a benefit, id go with Either 3200 mhz CL 14, or the 3600 mhz cl 16.
  13. There are differences, Quality, speeds, controller, Thermals. Samsung tends to be the Best balance of Speed and reliability, Corsair just rebrands all their crap, Think WD has a 4.0 Drive as well. Generally its all about Balancing out what exactly you need and getting the best one for that. If you need the Fastest speeds AND reliablity, id go with the samsung one if you just need the best quality ones. Sabrent is a good budget option, they tend to be slower, but generally a good chunk lower in price too
  14. I mean those are pretty much the ones that most people buy. Really isnt a point in buying a super low end PCIE 4 SSD o.o
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