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About Marhier

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  • Birthday Sep 17, 1985

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  • Steam

Profile Information

  • Location
    London, United Kingdom
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Gaming, Gym, Music Composition, Rugby, Swimming, Eating, Dogs.
  • Occupation
    Procurement Manager


  • CPU
    i9 9900kk @ 5.1Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus XI Hero
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro Black (3,200Mhz) DDR4 Dual Channel
  • GPU
    Asus RTX 3090 OC Strix
  • Case
    HAF X nVidia Edition
  • Storage
    1TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2 NVMe SSD
    4TB Seagate Barracuda Compute
    2 x 12TB Seagate BarraCuda Pro HDDs (RAID-0)
  • PSU
    1000W EVGA SuperNova G2, Full Modular, 80 PLUS Gold
  • Display(s)
    ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i PRO
  • Keyboard
    Razer Cynosa Chroma Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    A4Tech V7 Bloody Multicore Gaming Mouse
  • Sound
    PreSonus Eris E3.5 - 3.5" Professional Multimedia Reference Monitors with Acoustic Tuning
    Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 (3rd Gen) USB Audio Interface
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. If you like a challenge, then G.T.F.O is highly recommended... I've not made it past the 2nd level yet, lol. You also have: Portal 2 Left 4 Dead 1 & 2 Cuphead Halo MCC Gears Castle Crashers Rocket League Vermintide 1 & 2 GTA Online
  2. A Way Out is one of the best co-op games I've played.
  3. Have you tested each 8GB stick individually?
  4. You're spending a lot on your CPU and getting a mid range GPU. You could buy really good 3000 series Ryzen for a lot cheaper, but performs just as well and have more money to buy a better GPU.
  5. Have you tried each memory stick individually? Also, have you installed them next to each other, or have you spaced them out and in the correct configuration in accordance with your motherboard spec?
  6. I'd say so. I reckon you'd only be pulling a max of 400w from that set up; though that would depend on what else you've got plugged in i.e. nvme drives, hard drives, optical drives, other pci-e cards, USB devices. You can use websites like Outervision, or PC Part Picker to build your system for it to give you a rough idea of what power you're drawing.
  7. You're not the only one mate. Got my pre-order of the Strix 3090 OC just before Christmas and the coil whine was unbareable. RMA'd it and got a replacement just after Christmas... Unfortunately it had the same issue, but the place I bought it from said they'd RMA it again. Third time lucky. Considering the price, I expected more from a company I've supported for so many years. Interrested if you ever got your issue resolved, or have you just lived with it? I wouldn't mind slight coil whine, if it gets blocked out by my fans, or just putting the side panel on. I wa
  8. It's definitely not "worse". Worth it... Probably not... What resolution and frame rate do you game at?
  9. If you buy it on PS5, the day you upgrade your PC, you'll probably buy it again anyway. Just buy it on PC. 1080TI is still solid
  10. 1080Ti > 2060 Not sure how the standard 1080 compares to the 2060. To be honest, turning your resolution to 1440p on a 4k monitor still looks stellar imo - but yeah, if I bought a 4k monitor, I'd want to get the use of its full potential. Your motherboard and CPU are fine mate; you won't need to be upgrading them for a while. I've only just upgraded my cpu to a 9900k from a 3770k - I only did that because a power surge killed my rig last Sunday Like I said mate, your build is pretty solid, just depends what you want to grey out of it.
  11. That's a decent rig you got there mate, no question. If you wanted to game at 4k 60fps at highest settings, perhaps the RTX 2060 wasn't the best choice. I'm not overly sure how well the 2060 preformes at 4k, but id imagine you'd have to turn down settings or decrease your gaming resolution. The '60 line of an nVidia generation are usually mid range A 1080Ti is a much better option over the stupidly priced counterpart - 2080Ti. I'd have gotten a second hand 1080Ti personally - I've seen some for roughly £450; my dad just bought one and was pristine.
  12. So last Sunday, I had a power surge, stupidly didn't own any form of UPS / anti-surge adaptors (I do now FYI) and it ruined my PSU, motherboard, CPU, Cooler and my 3TB WD Red NAS drive, which had my whole life on it... Again, stupidly hadn't had that backed up and currently with www.pcimage.co.uk for data recovery; waiting for a quote; probably not going to be cheap Monday night, I ordered new parts; luckily, my GPU survived, so I didn't need to replace that - my SSD also survived, but figured I'd go NVMe M.2 this time. My last build was: Asus Maximus V Extreme i7 3770k -