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GamerBlake

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About GamerBlake

  • Title
    Veteran

System

  • CPU
    i7-8700K (OC’ed @ 5ghz)
  • Motherboard
    MSI MEG z390 ACE
  • RAM
    32GB (16GBx2) Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 3200mhz (OC’ed 3400mhz)
  • GPU
    EVGA XC2 Ultra 2080 Ti 11GB GDDR6
  • Case
    NZXT H510 Elite
  • Storage
    1TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2 NVMe (Boot)
    1 TB Samsung 860 Evo (Games)
    1 TB Samsung 860 QVO (Games)
    2 TB Firecuda 7200rpm SSHD (Games/Storage)
    1TB WD Blue HDD (Storage)
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850x 850W 80+ Gold (fully modular)
  • Display(s)
    MSI MAG271CQR 2560x1440 144hz
  • Cooling
    EVGA CLC 280 280mm AIO.
    4x Corsair LL120 RGB 120mm case fans.
  • Keyboard
    Razer Cynosa Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Deathadder Elite
  • Sound
    Onboard
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home 64Bit
  • Laptop
    MSI GS72-Stealth Pro
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  1. Yeah for sure! I recommend getting at least an hour in before giving up. The 1st hour is definitely the scariest and most intense for sure because you have no weapons and the tension is high since you're mostly running away. Once you get into the game and have some decent weapons & ammo + healing items the game slows down and lets you explore and enjoy the puzzles and stuff while throwing a couple monsters at you every once in a while. I tried to play it so many times but I just kept quitting after the first fight with Jack because it felt too spooky &am
  2. Eh I felt like RE8 was a great game but it didn't have that same intense horror atmosphere. It felt mostly like an action game. I don't think I ever felt any sort of fear or anxiety while playing it. RE7 I was constantly anxious & dreading what comes next but every time I beat what came next I felt huge satisfaction. Yeah I know what you mean. I've had it for 3 years and up until last week I had never made it more than 20 minutes in before quitting because I don't really like the torture kind of stuff. But then I got past the beginning and the game really surpris
  3. I just beat RE:7 for the first time today. I’ve had it for years but after 20 minutes in I was too scared to play it until now after beating RE8 and wanting more. The game is a masterpiece! Definitely one of, if not the most, brilliant horror games I’ve ever played! I think the atmosphere was spooky & intense and the story was fantastic for a RE game. The boss fights were unique and the puzzles were fun and more challenging than most RE puzzles. For the first time I actually had to use a guide for an RE game after getting stuck on the Happy Birthday puzz
  4. I used 3D Mark to do the best stress test I could when I built my PC. The results were 78-79C max for all cores @ 5 GHz. Yesterday I was playing Resident Evil 7 for the first time (I’ve had it for years but it always scared the heck out of me) and I loaded up HW Monitor and it was at like 84-85C max all cores. I turned the fans on my EVGA 2080 Ti XC2 Ultra to 100% to help with air flow. It did increase noise but I have a noise cancelling headset so I couldn’t hear it while playing. The thing is I don’t know if it’s my CPU thermal paste or
  5. Thanks! Looks like I have a weekend project. I know some people can do it in like 10 minutes but I’m not one of them
  6. I actually did downclock from 5 Ghz to 4.7 and it stays around 80C under full load. It used to do 78C Max @ 5 Ghz. The thing is I still have 3/4 of a tube of Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut and I would hate to have to buy another tube when I have some already. Linus did a video where he showed most of the big name thermal pastes are similar in performance with a 1-2 degrees variance. They even tried toothpaste and peanut butter for fun. I built my PC about 2 years ago and that’s the last time I put the original thermal paste on.
  7. Hey guys, I've noticed that the idle temps of my PC are about 10 degrees (celsius) over what they were when I first built my PC. Normally it's 38-40C at idle and then up to 85-90C under a full load while benchmarking. Note: My CPU is overclocked @ 4.7 GHz all cores. The thing is I don't know if it's because I need to replace my thermal paste (Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut) or if my PC is just warmer because it's summertime now and I live in California where the temperature is regularly over 100 degrees outside. I'm sure that with the fans circulating
  8. I already sent them a report long ago. However if people post on my thread I will reply. No one is forcing you to come to this post. I truly don’t understand why people come to other people’s threads just to tell them what they should and shouldn’t post.
  9. I understand they have more pressing matters but I’m thinking it wouldn’t take more than 0.5 seconds to go to the code and put an “L” there. Whereas with other issues like optimization take serious time and work. The whole FPS issue is why I’m so happy to be a PC gamer. I get about 70fps @ 1440p with all settings maxed out as high as they can possibly go. Although I know it can be argued that my PC cost 8 times as much as a PS5 or XBox. I can’t even imagine what would happen if they tried to put Cyberpunk 2077 on the Nintendo Switch .
  10. I never said it was perfect. Heck I’ve never even played it (although I do have it both on Steam & Nintendo Switch) I just never got around to it. But from what I’ve heard from almost every gamer who has played it is how amazing it is. I’m just saying sure mistakes happen but if they are found & pointed out they should be fixed.
  11. Yes I agree it’s a good game with amazing graphics but these are the same developers who created Witcher 3 which is arguably one of the best video games of all time. But you’re right I can look around that as it’s the only misspelling I’ve seen in my 8 hours of gameplay so far. If every sentence had a misspelling or typo I probably couldn’t look around that.
  12. Agreed it’s not a critical error or even a moderate error and it doesn’t affect gameplay in the slightest. Heck most people probably would never notice it even after several full play throughs. But it just feels lazy, rushed and sloppy to me and I feel like they should try to polish and fix stuff like that or anything that they see is not how it was intended to be. I mean we’re talking about a game that has earned $150 million on Steam alone not even counting consoles.
  13. Awesome thanks! I just hate when finished games developed for years come out with stuff like that which make it look sloppy,
  14. Wouldn’t it be an easy fix to just include in the next patch? I mean all they have to do is add an “L”
  15. Good evening everyone, I was playing Cyberpunk 2077 and while reading the subtitles I noticed they spelled “should” as “shoud” without an “L”. Is this something I should tell the developers on Twitter or something so they can fix it in a patch? Or is it too minor to address? Thanks!
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