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  1. Already tried that. I also used DDU.
  2. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wxYYNQ About 2 weeks ago I finished building my first PC. I've had two problems related to my GPU, and I've fixed one but not the other. I'm using 64-bit Windows 10. Problem 1: Fans Maxing Out (resolved) Everything was fine and dandy for the first week, except occasionally the fan would randomly max out in RPM, even without any games running. There was no consistency to these fan speed spikes, but if a game was running, oftentimes the game would crash when the fans spiked. Before anyone asks, my card isn't having thermal issues. It rarely eve
  3. I may have said that weird. I used to have a lot of RGB but my current updated list only has a little. So I just wanted to make sure that my updated version without RGB ram mobo and fans was all good and I didn't mess anything up.
  4. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wxYYNQ I plan on gaming with one monitor (not extending across multiple), and using dual monitors as a workstation for daytrading and charting or multitasking while gaming. Eventually I plan to get a third monitor, probably one of the 27" PG248Q models. I pretty much had my list finalized but I decided it had too much RBG. I want a little RBG like the cooler + graphics card to spice it up a little, but I like my design simple and not too flashy. I also have heard a lot of great things about the Z370 Taichi. Please let me know what you think, I'm hoping
  5. I've heard that low level drivers or kernel code from these can cause stutter even on high end systems. Is that even applicable to the typical case?
  6. I see. Does it matter whether or not the secondary displays have gsync if they have the same refresh rate? I was considering getting two 24" S2417DGs for now. Then would something like the 27" PG287QR down the line sync well with those 2 if I decided to get one for my third monitor (later, currently I'm already slightly over my initial budget)?
  7. Does it really matter if you have different software for each peripheral? Certainly one software across all peripherals is ideal, but should that affect my decision in keyboard + mouse? (I have a G502 and I want to get a K70 RGB Rapidfire for my first build)
  8. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8mDygw I am building a system for gaming on one screen and 2 or 3 screens for work (daytrading). I will not be gaming with more than one monitor. I've heard that there are issues in Windows 10 running multiple monitors, especially if the primary is gsync. I've been told that if the refresh rates don't match across all 3 monitors, then you can get backlight flickering on the gsync, and low fps and laggy windows on the extra monitors. Because only one monitor will be for gaming I planned to get something nicer (1440p 144hz+) for the primary monitor, and
  9. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/8mDygw So most people have told me that my list looks great. I plan on using it for gaming on one monitor, and as a multimonitor workstation for daytrading. I was confident in my list until someone on reddit said that I should be going the X299 route instead due to PCIe limitations. I was just about ready to begin purchasing parts but now he has me second guessing. Here's what he said: Is he correct? Is it a big deal, or would it barely be noticeable?
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