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About razersurf

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  • Birthday Jul 05, 1995

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  • CPU
    i7 3770
  • Motherboard
    Asus P8Z77-V LX
  • RAM
    16 GB HyperX 1600 Mhz DDR3
  • GPU
    Msi GTX 1060 6GB OC
  • Case
    Some old Cooler Master POS
  • Storage
    Some shelves.
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  • Display(s)
    AOC 144hz 24" & Benq 21" 60 hz
  • Cooling
    Some waterhoses.
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow
  • Mouse
    Logitech G403
  • Sound
    Logitech G231
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  1. That, I was aware of. But shouldnæt my GPU run at more than 4% utilization still? That seems extremely low for such a demanding game.
  2. I was checking the utilization of cpu and gpu in Modern warfare, and I thought this was very weird ( see picture attached). How come my cpu is utilized between 60-95%, while my GPU is barely stretching its legs? Is this normal?
  3. I've compiled a list of wanted components now. Have I chosen well? Thank you for all your answers, its very helpful. I am indeed buying in Norway, and the prices here are horrendous in comparison to what you lot pay :c My total for these parts in Norway adds up to 710 USD. PCPartPicker Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor $189.99 @ Best Buy Motherboard MSI B450 Gaming Plus MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard $99.99 @ B&H
  4. Up until recently (the last 13 years) I've mainly played counter strike source surf. Most of what I used the pc for was making community maps for css, the occasional video etc. Although lately I've gotten back into gaming again, and I want to play some of the new titles that come out. Had I known that when I got the 1060, I probably would've gone for something else. I did however buy it used, very cheaply, and it was more of a fpsboost right now type of thing.
  5. Worth noting that I switched from an old 670 to the 1060 about a year ago. ?
  6. Turning off G-sync fixed the issue. I've got an AOC monitor of some description, can't remember the exact name. But it's a freesync monitor that is G-sync compatible. 144hz, 1080p, 24 inch. UserBenchmarks: Game 53%, Desk 60%, Work 44% CPU: Intel Core i7-3770 - 65.9% GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060-6GB - 56% SSD: Samsung 830 128GB - 64.6% HDD: WD Green 1TB (2011) - 49.5% RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600 C9 4x4GB - 59% MBD: Asus P8Z77-V LX
  7. Ah, I do have a G-sync compatible monitor with G-.sync turned on. In any case, it seems that without upgrading the gpu I wouldn't see huge gains in gaming performance, so I might do a completely new build instead of trying to upgrade the old one. Assuming either a 2060 super or a 2070 would pair nicely with the package you suggested?
  8. Alright, so it's looking like a 3600 is in my near future. Wether or noit I'm going to go for just an upgrade on the current system or an entirely new system remains to be seen. What's weird is that I tried to run a whole system benchmark on my pc using userbenchmark.com and for some reason, overclocked and standard-clock my GPU doesn't perform well at all. Whole pc blackscreens during the gpu bench and stutters through.. Is this a known issue with the benchmark utility? I've run unigine heaven and kombustor fine with and without any overclocking on the gpu.. UserBenchmarks: G
  9. I've heard from several people to steer clear of the 3600x, or the X's in general.. Is there a particular reason for that? As I've gathered they're better than the non-x, but I'm completely new to the AMD world, and am quite confused
  10. Hey, I'm considering an upgrade for my rig. But I'm quite stumped by the AMD-world, I've got no idea what's what, or what to buy. I've been seduced by the Ryzen hype and I've decided that if I'm going to upgrade, I'm going to go Ryzen. I'm wondering if someone more knowledgeable than me could assist me in choosing a suitable cpu/ mobo/ ram upgrade? I wonder what would be a reasonabe bang for the buck upgrade from an i7 3770. The ambition is to play games at 1080p, while using photoshop, sony vegas and other programs of that nature. Current system does well enough, but struggles with churn
  11. I'm leaning towards upgrading the cpu already. Wondering about switching to a 3600x. TRied running the game with taskmanager open to monitor cpu-usage and it's hovering around 90%, and spiking up to 100% while playing. As I'm using my computer for other productive programs as well, the cpu might be the best bang for my buck upgrade I reckon? Does anyone have any tips when it comes to choosing between the new ryzen cpus? Which would be the best bang for buck upgrade from an i7 3770? Also unsure as to wether or not it's worth going for an x570 board or if that is a waste of money for
  12. Hey, I've got a 1060 6GB that's been overclocked plus an i7 3770 (non-K) with 16gb of DDR3 1600mhz ram. 144hz 1080p monitor. My question is as follows; how well should this perform in modern titles? I really struggle to run modern warfare ground war well, even with everything on low.. I would've thought this would perform better, as of now I've got anywhere from 40-100 fps on groundwar, but maps like Krovnik farmland is almost unplayable because of the jittering. I've tried it with the stock clock and with various overclocks so it's not caused by an unstable overclock either. Other