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About Jakub_NF

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  • Birthday Jun 14, 1999

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    Tech, electronics, motorsports, cycling


  • CPU
    i5-8600k @5.0GHz (1.240V)
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z390 Gaming X
  • RAM
    2x8GB Corsair LPX @3600MHz
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 2080 Duke
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 275R White
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB, Samsung 850 EVO 500GB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM750x White
  • Display(s)
    LG 27GN850, AOC G2460VQ6
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X62 Rev. 2
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy FPS Pro
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Sensei Ten
  • Sound
    Creative Sound BlasterX G1
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit

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  1. The issue is that all 6 cores are pinned at 100% and every time I look at an enemy or in their general direction my game freezes and only comes back when I'm either dead or that person isn't near me anymore.
  2. That's not it, it starts using 100% CPU and RAM as soon as I launch the game. I also tried with g-sync on and uncapped.
  3. My suggestion is to go with AMD CPU but also the RTX 3080. You might be attracted to AMD bundle because of the smart memory access thing they've got going on but the 3080 is just superior to the 6800XT right now and SAM only gives you a 2-5% performance boost in a few games. 3080 has DLSS which (in supported games) gives you around 50% fps gain and the ray tracing performance is horribly bad on the AMD cards. They are both the same when it comes to raw performance though with the 3080 being cheaper (not sure if that's the case everywhere).
  4. I downloaded Warzone 2 days ago to play with my friend but due to this bug I wasn't able to. As visible in screenshots the task manager only shows 2-3% GPU usage while it's always around 80% in Precision X1. I know that task manager is garbage at actually reporting what's going on but the problem is more complicated than that. Because the system doesn't see the GPU being used it tries to to throw all available resources at the task causing horrible stutters and freezes. On top of the game always using 100% CPU and nearly all RAM the GPU VRAM also seems to be maxed out in some cases. My fps are
  5. That monitor is HDR10 which isn't really HDR. All it does is when there is a bright object it lights up the whole screen and destroys contrast on everything that's dark or not as bright as that object. I would suggest turning it off all together, HDR isn't really worth anything unless it's something like HDR600+ with a decent amount of local dimming zones.
  6. I probably will. It seems to be the lowest response time with these specs (4ms) and looks decent all around
  7. I'm looking to get a 1440p monitor for gaming/media consumption and I'm not really sure what to go with. I found 2 that seem to suit my requirements (ASUS TUF VG27AQ and LG 27GL850) but wanted to research some more before I get one. The must haves are: 27", 2560x1440, 144Hz (or more), less than 4ms real life response time, fully adjustable stand, g-sync compatible, has to be available on amazon uk Optional: IPS/VA/TN, backlight strobing I play in a dark room with low monitor brightness, I care about colour accuracy but it doesn't have to be top of the line. Thank
  8. I would wait for the new AMD chips to come out and see if they're worth it. If not then you will most likely be able to take the advantage of price drops on previous generations and/or Intel CPUs. Apparently the existing z490 motherboards will support Intel 11th gen when it comes out in 2021 so getting something like a i5-10600k could also be a good call. 2x8gb ram @3200mhz (should be easily overclockable to 3600mhz). When it comes to storage I prefer to go full SSD (mix of m.2 nvme and 2.5" sata ones) and yuou should get at least a 500gb one for your OS and some apps that you want to launch q
  9. If you're looking to buy a 30-series card then you'll definitely need a complete system overhaul. I'm not entirely sure how two of these xeons will hold up but they will most likely bottleneck you pretty hard if you go with anything better than a 3060. Swapping the CPU will also force you to get DDR4 ram (you currently have DDR3), new motherboard and an SSD or two (unless you like to torture yourself with 4 hard-drives). What I would do is just sell the whole PC or take it apart and sell the parts separately (depending which can get you the most money) and start from the beginning with a new p
  10. I don't know if this is the right place to post this but here I go. I've been looking for a decent 1440p 120hz or 144hz monitor and amazon is full of a bunch of different ones, cheaper and more expensive alike, but it's a pain trying to find one that actually fits the criteria and doesn't cost 500+ euro. LTT did a "cheapest 1440p 144hz monitor" a while ago and that was really cool but all we see now is a video from Linus every 1-2 weeks about a newest and greatest monitor of all time. I would love to see a round-up of a couple of affordable 1440p high refresh-rate monitors. It
  11. I see your point. When it comes to prices I was talking about what's available for the OP
  12. Just because it's a few months old doesn't mean it's dead. And unless someone needs more than 6 threads/cores then the difference isn't much, especially after considering that it's significantly more expensive
  13. With that budget you could easily go for the i7-10700k with a z490 mobo (you can find ones with thunderbolt 3 in the 150-190 usd range). Other option is r7 3700 which is 50-60 usd cheaper but quite a bit slower as well and you might have a problem with finding a decent mobo with the features you need.