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    2X Intel Xeon E52690's (Each has 8 cores and 16 threads at 2.9GHz base and 3.8GHz boost. Also with 20MB SmartCache)
  • Motherboard
    HP Z820
  • RAM
    8 16GB sticks totaling 128GB DDR3 1333MHz FB-DIMM at 8-channel (Advanced ECC)
  • GPU
    1 NVIDIA GTX 1080ti and 1 NVIDIA QUADRO FX5800
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  • Storage
    4X Crucial 512GB SSD's in Raid 1+0 & 4X SAS 15KRPM 2TB Raid 1+0
  • PSU
    HP 1150 WATT Fully redundant PSU
  • Display(s)
    3 monitors 1920x1080, one is 144hz, one is 75hz, and last one is 60hz
  • Cooling
    Total of 20 24volt fans running at high speed
  • Keyboard
    IBM Model M (black edition)
  • Mouse
    Microsoft Wireless Intelli mouse 2.0
  • Sound
    Sound blaster audigy FX & Asus Xonar DG
  • Operating System
    Windows: 2000/XP/Vista/7/10

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  1. no? tuning is on the hardware itself, and oem usually tunes it worse. If i have an intel chip i would want intels tuning, not another companies tuning.
  2. If you saw linus's video he stated himself that RTX 3000 series can create large spikes of power draw that most PSU's cannot handle @Bhameck
  3. Just because acer doesnt have a new intel driver doesnt mean that there isnt a new driver. If you have an intel chip you have to check intels site for a new driver, not acer
  4. currently, unless you have a pci-e 4.0 is useless to consumers since even gpu's wont use pci-e 3.0 to its maximum potential, only pci-e ssd's can use 4.0 to its potential but most consumers arent running server-like tasks.
  5. when u change the refresh rate, windows re-initializes the display, it would be the same if u unplugged and plugged the monitor back in
  6. could be that the different driver versions push and manage the gpu in different ways which triggered the whine in the first place.
  7. your going to want at least a 1000Watt powersupply, you only have a 750Watt power supply in your list. everything else is good, but personally i would go intel 10th gen instead of 11th gen. It doesnt matter too much tho since getting ur hands on a GPU will be really hard.
  8. SO im trying to get spigot 1.17 server up and running, i have done this a literal million times before with older versions but this keeps complaining about wanting java 16 when i do have it. any ideas please?
  9. I disabled the spectre and meltdown patches to increase performance as soon as I installed windows
  10. So I have 2 Intel Xeon X5690's Intel® Xeon® Processor X5690 (12M Cache, 3.46 GHz, 6.40 GT/s Intel® QPI) Product Specifications 3.46 base, around 3.6 all core turbo and 3.73 max per cpu I am running the latest snapshot although i have this problem with 1.16 too. I have a gtx 1070 evga sc I am getting poor performance in minecraft only about 50 fps max with stock MC, 50fps with 32x32 texture pack , and 50fps max with bsl shaders Minecraft is only using 2 cores but the second x5690 the MC is using is doing an all core turbo f
  11. all the SSD's will max out your sata 2 controller so just go with any size ssd you want
  12. just go with the highest capacity SSD you can get
  13. yeah but i got my entire system with dual x5690's 36gb ram for only 300, then i got a gtx 1070 from a friend for 150.