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Narfalls

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About Narfalls

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  • Location
    45,000 Feet Above Russia
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System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-8600K
  • Motherboard
    Asus Strix Z370-E
  • RAM
    16GB HyperX Fury DDR4
  • GPU
    Nvidia RTX 3070 Founders Edition
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R6
  • Storage
    M.2 SSD, HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x
  • Display(s)
    2 AOC 1080P IPS 23 Inch Displays 1 Asus VG245H
  • Cooling
    H100i RGB Platinum
  • Keyboard
    K95 RGB Platinum
  • Mouse
    G502
  • Sound
    Astro A40, Logitech Z533
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
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  1. I know I have already asked this a week ago, but after doing some more research about the monitors, I have heard that the ASUS has really bad overshoot at lower framerates. If I was going to play a game like flight sim that never runs above 75 FPS with a 3070, would it be noticeable? I am still wondering about the LG also due to the worse contrast and bad black uniformity. Right now where I am in the US, the Asus and the LG are within $10 of each other and it is making the decision really hard. I am still wondering about this due to some of the issues that they both had, and if it wasn't for t
  2. The GL850 is not in the budget for the monitor, do you mean the Gl83A?
  3. That would be a option, but it is not compatible with gsync. GSync is important since I will be playing Flight Sim, which can't really reach 144 fps on any hardware at all yet. Even at 1080p ultra with a 3070, it can't reach 144, it will sometimes hit 60-75, but on average, it sits at around 35-50. But it overall fits all the boxes except Gsync.
  4. I just got my 3070 back in December and I am thinking that it is time to get a new monitor. Right now I am using a 1080p 75hz TN monitor (Asus vg245h) and was thinking of upgrading to a 1440p IPS 144hz monitor. Right now I would like to know which of these monitors is better. The highest my budget can go is $400 USD and I am willing to go a little above the budget for the ASUS if it is worth the extra $30. I have heard great things of the LG 27GL83-AB and that it uses the same panel as the GL850. The Asus VG27AQ is also one of the ones I was looking at, but it doesn't have the best reviews abo
  5. Yeah with those specs I would lean towards NVIDIA's recommendation of a 750W unit. I would leave some more room to grow too. I would say from experience to get another corsair RMx just a 750w one. I would also recommend waiting until they actually release to see what it actually is.
  6. What are the other specs of your system? I would definitely recommend at VERY least a 650w PSU but would say a 750W would be much better. The 2080 had a 225W TDP while the 3080 is supposed to have a 320W TDP. I personally use a RM550x too but I am planning on getting a 650x for the 3070.
  7. another reason I want to get a new one is because I want to swap the one in my VR rig ( Thermaltake Smart ) because I have heard bad things about low end thermaltake PSU's I'd swap my current 550x with the ion and put the 550x in the VR build.
  8. Im looking at it because it is cheaper than the RMX right now
  9. If your talking about the OCP it is actually better than the 650x. And the testing is going to be more "strict" on Platinum units rather than Gold ones.
  10. I thought the ion+ was better, I have looked at reviews and it seems better?
  11. That is why I haven't bought anything yet. I am just finding what I want to buy. While yes the 550w would work. I would like a little more headroom. I am also not going to buy a new gpu until the new ones are released.
  12. Does that unit have a zero rpm mode or a platinum model?
  13. Even though it is made by CWT I would like to find the ones that go exactly with that unit to prevent issues.
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