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Nerdom

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    localhost port 5000
  • Gender
    Male
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    Living. Technology.
  • Biography
    Is a human.

    Maybe.
  • Occupation
    Living

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 9 3900x
  • Motherboard
    ASROCK B550 Steel Legend mATX
  • RAM
    2x16gb Corsair Dominator RGB @ 3200mHz
  • GPU
    NVIDIA 1070Ti Founders Edition
  • Case
    Phanteks Evolv mATX
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    HP M.2 PCIe SSD 512 GB, 4tb 7200rpm HDD
  • PSU
    SeaSonic EVO Edition 620W 80+ Bronze Fully Modular
  • Display(s)
    BenQ 1080p 24" 144hz
    Some random dell and Acer monitors
  • Cooling
    BeQuiet Dark Rock Slim
  • Keyboard
    Reddragon KUMAURA RGB
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Chroma
  • Sound
    2x Samson A8 8in Studio Monitors
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Asus Zephyrus G531X
  • Phone
    Pixel 3aXL
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  1. Banned for assuming they were assuming.
  2. You aren't going to be able to take full advantage of such powerful cards with a lower end CPU in the vast majority of situations. There might be a few, but probably not common ones Will you get 1080p144? Depends on the game. But it will still be a big upgrade if you're using the iGPU in the 3400g no matter what (if you can find one that is)
  3. I'd love to see a video of trying to game on an LED wall. You can get some crazy high resolution/scale "screens" out of them, and might make for a sick gaming experience (depending on input lag and if you can drive it with a mortal PC. Would be interesting to get into the processors and dedicated equipment that go into them as well (signal processors, what the actual segments of the wall look like, etc) Probably could find a production rental company around the Vancouver area that would be into a collab too
  4. If you go to disk manager, right click on the boot partition on your C drive, there should be an option to expand it to fill the drive
  5. Have you considered you might be holding it wrong /s
  6. Yeah at least. To be safe I'd go with a 850w, which would also leave more headroom for a higher end CPU down the line, but a 750w should do fine. I wouldn't push it and go 650w, the cards have spikes in power draw that can trigger overcurrent protection
  7. And I bet you'll still fill it up in a shorter amount of time that you think you will lol, happens to me with my SSD all the time
  8. If it was there when your card was shipped, it's probably part of the design and shouldn't be touched. The die has horrible thermal paste application RN, try repasting it
  9. I wouldn't be worried if it's under full load for an extended period, but if it's only like 50-70%, then you might want to try repasting it 88c won't damage the card
  10. If you want something right now, maybe a 2060 super or 2070 super if you can find one. AMD 6000 series might be a good option once they arrive and if they live up to expectations, or if you want to wait a while see how a 3060 does.
  11. Elgato makes some great stuff, I use their PCIe ones for broadcast video and have had no problems with it. I think the HD60 pro has passthrough, so you would be able to plug your HDMI from the console into the capture card, bring that signal into OBS or something for separate streaming/recording, and then it would be "laglessly" passed through to the HDMI out port of the card so you could plug a TV or monitor into that cable.
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