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  1. The one with the 2080ti would be slower. Due to being weighed down by their e-peen.
  2. Yeah that's exactly what it was. Ah fair enough that's why I couldn't find any more info when I googled it.
  3. Sorry not one player in one game. I've seen it a number of times on multiplayer games. Not on warzone obviously as the players don't have identification tags above their heads.
  4. My game is 100% fine. It was just one player. I presumed it was some sort of cloaking perk. Didn't consider it being a hack?
  5. I've been playing multiplayer and noticed a few times the player name jumping from blue to red (own team to opposition) it fooled me a a number of times too. Which perk is this? Didn't see it on any of the descriptions. Is it Ghost? Cheers
  6. For me with the release of DLSS 2.0 which really is a game changer i'd go 2070 Super. In addition the new DX12 Ultimate and Vulkan API's now have built in ray tracing which should make its implementation more common. Both of the above features can't or don't run as well on the 1080Ti even though its technically a stronger card.
  7. Update. I wasn't 100% happy with the 2080Ti temps so i've made some updates: I managed to source a 49mm deep radiator which was essentially the same in all other aspects as the Corsair H55. Installed a fan controller for the 92 and 120mm redux fans for the GPU incoming air and the NF-A12x15 extract below the GPU block. I'm hoping the air will be drawn over the card then exhausted out. Swapped out the fans for CPU & GPU fans for noctua nf-a12x25 -TIP.. Don't bother with any other fan. These are so much quieter than the redux fans. Even at 100% they're not that loud.
  8. I used to have one these. It was crazy hot. What sort of case are you thinking?
  9. I've always loved small form factor cases over bling and led. The build below is my dream build. Having discovered £1 listings on ebay and getting some really good prices for my old hardware I set about building this mini beast. It had to be small, quiet and pack a punch. Fitting the dual AIO's in was a challenge but once the orientation is right it goes in nicely. The CPU AIO radiator is actually sitting over the PSU and the GPU radiator sits over the CPU block. I found this to be the best orientation to avoid kinks. I only use the PC for gaming and Revit which is primarily singl
  10. My Gigabyte 2080ti gaming OC was reaching 86C and running well below 2000mhz prior to me fitting a Kraken G2 and that with with a noisy fan curve. Now the PC is much much quieter, runs 2020mhz undervolted and under 60c. Its not just 2% it's more than that. It's the whole picture. But different people want/value different things. I see you run a Corsair AIO on your CPU. What is your opposition to fitting an AIO on your GPU?
  11. It's not about life though is it. The 20 series cards love to boost higher when the core is less than 45C. To do that on air would be very noisy!
  12. Agree with the above. The cheapest solution is to buy a higher rez monitor if you don't want to upgrade your CPU.
  13. Your clocks are just via Nvidia GPU boost?
  14. I agree. But I like benchmarking when I get new hardware it's half the fun. I then settle on a sensible compromise between voltage, heat and performance.
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