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About SeanBond

  • Title
    I have no idea what I am talking about.
  • Birthday Jul 19, 1993

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Profile Information

  • Location
    New Smyrna Beach Fl
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Computers and gaming, however im all about the hardware.


  • CPU
    Ryzen 3700x
  • Motherboard
    Msi x570 Edge Gaming
  • RAM
    16Gb 3600mhz G.skill
  • GPU
    Evga RTX 2080 Super
  • Case
    NZXT h500
  • Storage
    500gb 970 evo, 250gb 850 evo, 250gb 840 Evo 4Tb WD Blue
  • PSU
    750W Evga supernova G3
  • Display(s)
    Asus ROG Swift PG348q
  • Cooling
    AMD Wraith
  • Keyboard
    Logitech g710+
  • Mouse
    Steel Series Rival 650
  • Sound
    Steel Series Arctis Pro
  • Operating System
    Win 10
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Doom, rise of the tomb raider are to amazing games that will put your new hard ware to great use.
  2. That doesn't mean the prices won't shift anyway.
  3. 1060 would be a much bigger gaming upgrade. However I would wait for the new amd gpu's to launch before making my decision on which gpu.
  4. Get a new gpu, it a 1070 would be bottlenecked by your i3 but not in all games. Wait on a cpu because zen is going to be here soon and that should in theory make the cpu market much better.
  5. 8gb will run every single game out at max settings without problems that I know of with the exception of just cause 3. But that game has a few problems.
  6. I say just get a single 1070 and save yourself from worrying about sli. 780ti sli vs a single 1070 is a pretty massive difference in wattage 500tdp vs 165?. I switched from a 780ti to 1070 instead of going sli, which was an option for me. So that's my vote.
  7. If it will? It basically has. I can't think of a game in recent memory that wasn't a crappy port to being with that does not support 21:9. I have had my ultra wide for 2 years. It's probably not going to be an aspect you see in a lot of internet videos but movies have been 21:9 for years. It wasn't designed to take 16:9's place.
  8. 15388728_1210052879088581_1635339075_o.jpg?oh=8eabb47c2bb0f839b6f22bca2313bc52&oe=584BA490 I am playing Gears of War 4 with my neighbor right now, he brought his tv over and we are running it off just my tower. We are doing splitscreen coop campaign and it works perfectly other than me not being able to figure out how to play in fullscreen. Both of us at 1080p 60fps, alibeit medium high settings. 

  9. you bought a 3gb version? it is slower than a 6gb if you did.
  10. It looks like it sold out. Might as well kill this thread unless someone knows how to help me find something with similar specs at a similar price.
  11. Not only do you definitely not need 16gb, I do heavy gaming with chrome open and still don't use 8gb. Only just cause 3 can make my pc act like it wants to use more than 8gb. I was hoping for 6gb, that would be perfect. But not an option.
  12. This isn't going to be for handling large video files frequently.... Yeah pretty much that, added it to the post.
  13. Looking to replace my mom's tablet again but this time with a bigger budget, last had an intel atom and it was junk. https://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msusa/en_US/pdp/Acer-Aspire-Switch-Alpha-12-SA5-271-37QB-Signature-Edition-2-in-1-PC/productID.2740223100?tduid=(196577d5dba90d88ec0357acd0de177d)(256380)(2459594)(qcLRzjFniJE-dXGc91HnFMUfuPhAXhUTbA)() This looks like a great piece of hardware for the price. My one concern is that 4gb will not be enough. I don't have first hand experience with windows 10 on anything less than 8gb and there seems to be no 8gb option. Wh