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Jrasero

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About Jrasero

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    New York

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 9 3950X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Impact X570
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Trident Z Neo 32GB DDR4 3600
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 3080 XC ULTRA
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    NCase M1 V6
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    HP EX920 M.2 1TB, Intel 660p 2TB
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    Corsair SF750
  • Display(s)
    Alienware AW3418DW Alienware AW2518HF
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    Corsair Hydro Series H100i RGB Platinum
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum RGB
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    Logitech MX Master 3
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    Bose Companion 2 Series II
  • Operating System
    W10 Home

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  1. depends on how long you want to wait with a bunch of next gen games coming out in Q4 I personally wouldn't want to "wait" but that's just me.
  2. a drivers update fixed that issue but yeah it was mostly when certain cards boosted too high while being overclocked personally get whatever RTX 3080 you can find. Availability has been horrid. I missed out at launch and bought a scalped RTX 3080 XC3 Ultra but signed up for notifications and just got notified about products being held for me to purchase on November 12. So it took almost two months for EVGA to fulfill launch day notification orders.
  3. The lower tier capacitors causing crashes at higher clocks has NOT been verified. Multiple sources have had FE and ASUS cards crash too and I personally have a EVGA RTX 3080 XC Ultra which uses a mix of capacitors and it 100% fine with an OC. This whole narrative that 10GB isn't enough is bull. Yes it's sad to see it's less than what you would get with a RTX 2080 Ti, but you got to remember most people play at 1080P, at 1440P there really isn't a game that 10GB isn't enough, and at 4K maybe there is what 2 games that 10GB starts to possibly become a problem? IMO it's just a si
  4. You will be waiting either way since the RTX 3070 will instantly sellout...
  5. Dual SFF PC Setup NCase M1 https://pcpartpicker.com/user/jrasero/saved/WgjMcf Sliger Conswole https://pcpartpicker.com/user/jrasero/saved/TLjPVn
  6. Everyone seems ok with the RTX 3090 being underwhelming by justifying it just as another "Titan" Prosumer card, however if we look back on how the RTX 3090 was marketed more as a gaming GPU I think the mediocre gains compared to the RTX 3080 is even more glaring * First the RTX 3090 was released at the GeForce event normally centered around "gaming" cards while normally Titan cards were released separately * Jensen never claimed that the RTX 3090 was a Titan replacement but rather that the demand for a Prosumer Titan card had been more than expected so they built a RTX 3090
  7. buy the cheapest EVGA RTX card that will allow you to do the step up program
  8. haven't you heard SLI is dead lol Either way with little to no support by developers either what's the point?
  9. https://www.techspot.com/review/2105-geforce-rtx-3090/ RTX 3090 is only % better than RTX 3080 in a 14 game average at Ultra settings 1080P 5% 1440P 8% 4k 11% So RTX 3080 actually a great value if you can find at $700 or so, RTX 3090 bad value but still a better value compared to the RTX 2080 Ti when launched at $1200 So yeah who wouldn't want a RTX 3090? But at $800 more than a RTX 3080 you could just buy two RTX 3080 or use the money to upgrade a lot of your system. Sure there will be some people wh
  10. yeah sorry for the confusing question lol but that kind of answers it. I am pretty sold getting a 3700X now since I can get a new one for $260 a microcenter or used closer to $200 and the lowest a 2700X dropped was $220 I think. Sure the 4700X could be even better but... will got the full $350 Again the next gen card would go into my main system, the console replacement system would get my current RTX 2080 Ti.
  11. I should note My main system 100% will get a next gen card, the question is what kind of card should go into my console build: reusing my RTX 2080 Ti but that means waiting until Sept or putting in a 2070 S or 5700 XT now.
  12. I currently have a NCase M1 with a 3950X and RTX 2080 Ti, but I decided to start to plan/build a console replacement in a Sliger Conswole. So far I have ordered or have: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/jrasero/saved/TLjPVn My plan was to upgrade my GPU to whatever next gen high end card in Sept and put the RTX 2080 Ti in the Conswole. I was hoping to use the upcoming 4700G now so I could build without a dedicated GPU but these chips aren't coming to consumers at the moment. So I guess I can sit on parts until September or I could try and find an used 3700X for cheap
  13. I can't attest to the seller but the card is a really great. In the US it's only $10 above reference at $400 and to get a back plate, dual fans, dual bios, and have it run cool and fairly quiet is pretty amazing for what it can do. Really paying anymore for a 5700 XT is just excessive since then at that point your are paying for aesthetics or marginal performance increases
  14. yeah thought that was odd. I easily got 30-40 more frames on my GTX 1080 Ti compared to my previous 1080. GTX 1080 Ti still a heck of a card
  15. 5600XT hands down but with the caveat that you might have to deal with flashing the BIOS and secondly the drivers for AMD just aren't as good as Nvidia's
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