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  1. So a little update, I fixed it. I had Nvidia image sharpening turned on and apparently it doesn't agree with some software.
  2. It's a 1080 Ti. Got it about 2 months after they came out, so it's a couple years old. It doesn't do it in games or any other programs. So far it seems like it's only Streamlabs OBS and the Razer installer.
  3. So I noticed this effect happen earlier while installing Razer Synapse 3 for my new keyboard. It was there while going through the install and registration however the program itself is fine. And then I re-installed Streamlabs OBS after not using it for a long time and after a few seconds it looks like the picture and gets more and more distorted over time. It happens on both of my monitors and as soon as you move the window it goes back to normal for a few seconds and then this crazy effect happens. Any ideas?
  4. I guess I could move it up to Antartica and just use a mireless keyboard and mouse?
  5. So I recently embarked on a journey. The hardware in my PC isn't really worth upgrading yet, but I wanted to treat myself to some stuff for Christmas. So I decided to run a loop through my rig. I'd been swapping back and forth between air coolers and AIO's on my CPU for a while, however my GPU's haven't been on liquid in probably...6 or 7 years. My CPU on air with a mid-grade cooler like a Hyper 212 Evo I was seeing minimum temp's of around ~35C and under full load I would sit anywhere from ~68C to ~85C depending on the load. However, as soon as I started applying any type of overclock my
  6. Finally got my loop completed today. Now...when I upgrade to a better case (still haven't decided which one) I'll be going for hard lines.
  7. If you need any help man feel free to ask. I'm pretty decent at wire tucking
  8. That actually looks really good. It looks like it'll fit both radiators in push/pull as well. That's a solid suggestion man thank you.
  9. I'm not too bothered with the material of the side panels. Glass looks really nice, but it's heavy as shit. I can go either way.
  10. So I'm currently running a Rosewill Cullinan. When I bought it it worked fine for what I needed but I've out grown it so I need to upgrade. I've spent hours upon hours browing around NewEgg and I still don't know what case I want, so I want to ask people that have hands on experience. I'm not picky, but I need for my 360mm radiator to fit, my 240mm radiator, preferably having the ability run both rads in push/pull. I'd also like to have a good size basement with plenty of space in the back/bottom for cable management. Currently, when I put the back glass on my Cullinan I feel like the glass it
  11. Update #3? Today I installed my 360mm radiator at the top. Tubing is a complete mess but I'm cutting and running all new tubing at the end of the week when my vertical pump mount comes in and my 104mm reservoir tube. I've also got liquid metal coming in so I can finally get this 7700K's temperature's under control. All in all, I think it's coming along nicely. I MIGHT just run pull on the front radiator to get a little extra clearance for the reservoir but we'll cross that bridge when we get there.
  12. Back when I was a teenager I was a LANing across the country playing Counter-Strike, Counter-Strike: Source, Unreal Tournament and Quake 4. I was an animal. I had professional Counter-Strike teams scouting me out. Now if I load up Counter-Strike I'm horrible. It's embarrassing. Am I the only one who's gaming ability degrades with time? I thought you were supposed to get better at these things with practice.
  13. Is your CPU overheating? Is there something else running in the background that's causing full load?
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