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Redrooster

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About Redrooster

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Apr 29, 1999

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700x
  • Motherboard
    B450 TOMAHAWK
  • RAM
    32gb 3200mhz Corsair Vengeance rgb pro
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 2080 SUPER Gaming OC
  • Case
    NZXT 500i
  • Storage
    120gb SSD boot drive, 10tb USB 3.0 hard drive
  • PSU
    Corsair CX650M (650 watt PSU)
  • Display(s)
    (Main Display) 1440p 165hz Ips Acer Predator XB271HU
    (Second Display) 4k 60hz Acer 4ms
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. wait... I thought you had to use NVIDIA Surround to game on 3 monitors?
  2. So I finally achieved my quad monitor set-up. Initially, I only planned to run 2 monitors (my main display 1440p 165hz ips, and my secondary display 4k 60hz, vertically stacked). Then, after I threw an old 1080p 60hz monitor in on the left, I quickly realized that I wanted to run a triple monitor set-up, with a 4k 60hz on top. The only problem is... NVIDIA Surround doesn't want me to be happy. (for reference, the middle monitor is a 1440p 165hz, and the left and right one's are 1080p 144hz) The resolution was capped at 3072 x 768p 60hz, I couldn't change any of the sett
  3. that might be it, the window that wasn't "active" was the window that started buffering first. Then, the other window would start buffering a few seconds later.
  4. Okay, so I wanted to totally stress test it. I set 2 vids (8k 60fps) and it was decently smooth (then again, I only ran it for about 2 minutes. The issue might arise when the videos have been playing for awhile
  5. So I put a benchmark video on my second monitor with the video being 2160p60 while I am watching a debate on my main screen, which is in 1080p60. But whenever I have both videos fullscreened, I will get the occasional freexzign of both videos... I honestly don't see how this can be happening. I have a 8 core Ryzen 7 3700x 32 Gigabytes of DDR4 ram (3200MHz) an RTX 2080 SUPER 858.7 Mbps down, 54.3 Mbps up Any ideas of what could be causing this issue???
  6. I totally forgot the reason why I was searching up my GPU on Amazon, it wasn't anything important. But I looked up RTX 2080 Supers on Amazon, they were all $1,000+ now I know that the RTX cards are pretty expensive, but when I bought mine back in January, it was only $750. Any idea why the sudden spike in prices? I wouldn't think it would be Covid-19, most places have been open for a couple months, so it shouldn't be a supply issue (at least not to my knowledge). Any ideas why this is? (More importantly, I could possibly flip my used 2080 Super for 1k and buy a 3080 when it comes out, lol jk)
  7. It worked! for some reason... Okay, so I reset the core volt and mem clock back to the default settings. After that, I tried just boosting the Memory Clock. And yeah, I'm up to +600 boost to the Memory Clock and I've gained a couple fps. Thanks! Also, a funny little aside, I forgot to remove the fps cap that I set on RTSS (170fps, I have a 1440p 165hz display, I don't need 500 fps when I'm playing old games). So the results that I'm getting from Heaven 4.0 are getting bottlenecked by my FPS cap, lmao (there are a few times in the benchmark where it sits at 170 for a few seconds).
  8. Heaven 4.0 for the stress test, and MSI Afterburner
  9. Oh, I guess I should've clarified (even though this is the Graphics Card section) Im attempting to overclock my 2080 Super
  10. I set the Memory Clock back to default and I got 94.4 fps, and Im using Heaven 4 for the stress and MSI Afterburner for the OC
  11. I put the Core Volt to 100% I set the power limit to 100% Temp limit to 88c (the most it would let me) I was able to get a steady +100 MHz to the Core Clock All's good so far, I started with 89 fps and got it to 94 fps with all the steps to this point. Then I went to start boosting Memory Clock. I bumped it up 30 MHz, and I went to 93.9 fps. I figured since it's such a small difference, it was within the margin of error. I then boost the Memory Clock +50 MHz, then I got 89 fps. I boost the Memory Clock 75 MHz and I was getting 73 fps... What'
  12. I want a laptop that is a solid emulation driver. The most I would emulate would be a GameCube via the Dolphin emulator. I looked on Amazon, but I didn't see much. The most I'd like to spend on it is $500, if anyone has any suggestions, I'd be stoked to hear some. Thanks
  13. Fr? So, if I get an M.2, install it, set it up, prioritize it as the boot drive, and I'm done?
  14. I have a crappy 120gb SSD as my boot drive, and a 10tb hard drive for games. Well, I'm thinking about possibly upgrading my boot SSD to a 1tb or 2tb m.2 (price isn't an issue). My main question is... How would I go about transferring Windows 10 to an M.2 from my current boot SSD? Any good vids you could point me to?
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