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  1. Some times that's really the best option begot spending countless hours troubleshooting. I would also suggest trying to ddu the driver and install only the latest from nvidia and see what happens.
  2. I think this is some sort of quirk with your current card and the driver. I have 1 monitor at 144hz and 1 at 60hz on the newest driver with no problem. You are not trying to do some sort of stitched monitor solution are you. Like eyefinity is to amd.
  3. Yeah, now is not exactly a good time to buy a gpu. Backup or otherwise. If you can find like a 750 ti for around 50 that would be one thing. But even the old cards are marked up now.
  4. I second this. My g sync monitor only supports g sync over display port. Will take depend on the monitors.
  5. I would tend to agree with your Google results. Probably just oil coming out of the thermal pads and seeping around.
  6. I have kept a 1070 in another box for plex transcoding. I also kept a 650 ti just in case.
  7. Those are actually good temps for a 3090. Most not be a founders card.
  8. Ekwb all the way. I would check if your card is here. https://www.ekwb.com/news/eks-gpu-water-block-for-the-aorus-xtreme-master-rtx-30-series-is-ready/ I have their block on my 3090 fe and my temperatures are better by leaps and bonds. 40c drop on the vram.
  9. One other thing to note that in most games the 1080 is about 19% faster than the 1660 super. Just a note as well. Still they are both crazy over priced.
  10. Yeah, I don't know why some design them like that. Rx 580 has what is probably a 10 mm gap between the ram and the cooler which has two stacked pads on.
  11. That looks like a "marketing" photo. Probably not included in that image. I would guess if you pull one apart, you would find them. I haven't seen manufacturers really share images of the inside of the card with exact placement of everything that is assembled with. Like with that picture, there is no thermal paste either.
  12. I can confirm this. I have windows 10 64 bit working fine on a laptop with 2gb ram and a core 2 duo. Think it is like 12 years old.
  13. I haven't purchased from them but I would be skeptical because that card is old. Don't think they are making them new anymore.
  14. With zip ties you can just feed them through existing mount points which you can line up and you don't need to worry about adhesion. In theory you can use kapton tape but it might not hold to well to support fans. You will also need to be careful of the type you have as it can be electrically conductive. If what you have is and is on components you will have a bad time.
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