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Mister Woof

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About Mister Woof

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  • Location
    Cloaked Warship
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers, Video Games, Memes
  • Occupation
    Klingon Warrior

System

  • 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. The breakdown is Me: 1 desktop, 1 laptop, 1 work laptop Wife: 1 desktop, 1 laptop, 1 work laptop Communal: 2 desktop gaming PCs attached to TVs Son: 1 desktop, 1 chrome book Daughter: 1 desktop, 1 chrome book
  2. I don't have too many hobbies anymore, so PC assembly is kind of my only real fun expensive hobby. Especially since the lockdowns and staying home more. I've got a total of 6 desktop PCs (3x 8th gen intel, 1x 9th gen, 1x 10th gen, 1x 1st gen ryzen), 4 laptops (2 personal, (skylake and haswell), 2 work (both skylake), and 2 chromebooks (kids school, personally owned). And between all of those not counting the integrated screens, that's also 10 dedicated computer displays. How many other people have just accumulated a ton of computers in their homes?
  3. 3080 if you care about ray tracing. Also, in my experience price-wise the 3080 is more often cheaper than the 6800xt, and is closer in price to the 6800 non xt. So imo the comparison should be against the 6800 dollar for dollar. 3080 is a little slower than the 6800xr, but costs a hundred or more less. You can still get $699 FE 3080s.....6800xt is very difficult to get $649 Ref cards, and you are more likely going to have to pay $800+ for an AIB. I paid $750 msrp for my Asus tuf 3080 oc, which is generally cheaper than most 6800xt sib
  4. Don't have any personal experience with the Stealth (only the Spire and Prism which are good), but while 90 sounds ominous, if that's under some synthetic stress test that's not altogether unusual or concerning. Intel's stock cooler isn't much better, but it still manages to handle the 10400. Of course everything's relative. Put everything in a mini-itx with no airflow, yeah that might be more of an issue than say, in a big case. It would affect both CPUs relatively the same.
  5. I'd honestly try to get the 10700k if you can afford it. You're already going pretty high buy in with a Z board and cooler with the 10600k. There's already some gains on 8 cores over 6 cores, and it will feel like a bigger upgrade over what you already have. I'm on my 8700k at 5ghz and often find my CPU at 80-90% utilization in new games. Personally, for a higher end gaming machine, I'd want more than 6 cores.
  6. What resolution/refresh are you playing at? I've got an i7-8700k at 5ghz and an i3-10100 system - (similar to 10600k vs i7-7700) If you're playing at 60hz any resolution, you won't really notice a difference. Better to upgrade your display first.
  7. 5930k - 4/4 chips are really just inadequate for modern games and the 7500 will struggle in anything cpu intensive
  8. @Tristerin you asked for it, here it is. Parts list: $115 i3-10100 $65 ASRock H410M-HDV/M.2 $30 Rose will FBM-X2 MICRO ATX Case $100 Gigabyte P750GM PSU (got stuck with it from RTX 3070 Newegg deal) Leftover parts/trade bonuses $n/a ASUS STRIX RX 570 4GB OC $n/a 16GB T-Force Vulcan 2666 $n/a 120GB OCZ SSD (failed) $n/a 512GB Silicon Power SSD $n/a 2TB Hitachi HDD $n/a 120mm Rose will Fan $n/a USB Wifi AC600 Adapter $n/a Logitech Keyboard and Mouse https://i.imgur.com/HgJjVOe.jpg https://
  9. Usually replace Diagram shows aftermarket backplate going to bare pcb, so replace
  10. This Doom? Will be fine Assassin's creed? Yeah, it will bottleneck
  11. If the drive is slogging along, and your cpu is waiting on data, and it isn't throttling (which it shouldn't be at 70c), sand you don't have it locked to a frequency from overclocking.... Could happen
  12. Is 1.4v+ safe for Zen 2? I've read people say the most your want is Aaron's 1.325v any higher results in degradation, unlike zen 1/+.
  13. Is AC installed on an SSD or hard drive? Do you have dual channel memory? If you are experiencing IO bottlenecking due to an old/slow hard drive, your cpu might be waiting (70c shouldn't throttle) for assets and this might cause fps stuttering. If you have single channel (or insufficient) memory, it could also cause these experiences due to bandwidth limitation or pagefiling.
  14. Have to run disk manager and set it up and assign it a drive letter in windows. Type "diskman" in search bar, and then try to find the disk and configure it. https://youtu.be/R-qTVkbgMwI
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