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Mister Woof

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    Cloaked Warship
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    Computers, Video Games, Memes
  • Occupation
    Klingon Warrior


  • CPU
    Intel i7-8700k 5.0ghz Delidded @ 1.355v
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Gaming 5
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3200
  • GPU
    Sapphire Vega 64 Reference UV/OC 1677/1050
  • Case
    NZXT S340 White
  • Storage
    1TB Intel 660P, 120GB PNY CS900, 480GB PNY CS1311, 1TB Hitachi
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 850W
  • Display(s)
    ASUS VG248QE 1080p/144 + ASUS VG245H 1080P/75
  • Cooling
    Cryroig H7 Quad Lumi
  • Keyboard
    Eagletec KG010
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502

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  1. I know it spools down in idle (presumably down to PCIE1 and PCIE2 during lower end workloads) I just am having a hard time understanding what that metric even means in relation to 16. I guess it makes sense it is indicating the GPU can do 16 GT/S (PCIE4), but I don't know why the motherboard on my wife's PC is showing 16GT/S also when the motherboard also can't support it.
  2. I installed a second NVME SSD and I never looked until now, and I don't believe my Primary PCIE16 slot shares bandwidth with anything but the secondary PCIE16 slot. Is 8gt/s (under load) right for PCIE3.0 x16? It is 2.5GT/S at idle, then 5 GT/S sometimes, and then 8GT/S during gaming. GPUZ Shows that it should be at PCIE 3.0 X16. I honestly don't even know what the Current Link Speed even means. Meanwhile, my wife's PC (Z390, 8700, 5700XT) shows 16 GT/S for both current and maximum.
  3. Well you'll never be at a 100% on both so either the CPU is limiting or the GPU is limiting. This changes throughout gameplay and even with the best hardware it's not going to completely go away. This is part of why reviewers report 1% and 0.1% lows.
  4. Yes, but it will be stuck at 2666mhz but with the XMP timings. The latency for this setup isn't going to be very meaningful. I'd get the cheapest 2666 or better RAM you can get.
  5. Sometimes yes sometimes no, depends on the game, specific environments in that game, and settings.
  6. that sucks. I got mine at MSRP in December.
  7. According to hwinfo64 my memory junction temp is between 80-85c and GPU temp is between 60-68c while gaming. I actually downloaded the beta hwinfo64 to see hotpsot temps as well for CP2077 1440p/ultra/psycho rtx/quality dlss 110% power limit, +75 core, +200memory
  8. What cpu is it specifically? If it's very old you will probably be better off just getting a replacement of you want it to work that badly.
  9. That doesn't really sound like a CPU overclock issue, although that could manifest in a lot of different ways. What's your power supply? Are your graphics drivers up to date?
  10. 5700xt is slightly faster than the 3060, but the 3060 has RTX, DLSS, NVENC, and other features. In any game that has DLSS, the 3060 will win. And if you want to play RTX, it's the only one between them that can. If you care about those features, and the trade is legit, it's worth it. If not, then don't.