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Borgus Bohr

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About Borgus Bohr

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  • Birthday December 12

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    Arts, Science, You
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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5900x
  • Motherboard
    MSI X570 Tomahawk
  • RAM
    64GB 3200mhz CL16
  • GPU
    RTX 2070 Super
  • Case
    Carbide 275r
  • Storage
    500GB 970evo plus, 500GB 860 Evo, 4TB Qvo
  • PSU
    Corsair TX750M
  • Display(s)
    LG UK650
  • Cooling
    Corsair H150i Pro
  • Keyboard
    Xtrfy K4 Retro
  • Mouse
    Razer viper Ultimate
  • Sound
    Yamaha HS8 with Scarlett 2i2
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Is it possible to tell Windows to limit the GPU memory usage for a specific software? For example, limit "software xyz" to a maximum of 4gb of GPU memory. When I use Lightroom, it uses 7gb of my GPU and it causes problems with other softwares that need gpu memory. Thanks:)
  2. You could probably use it if you are running Windows on a virtual machine on your macbook, but I don't think Nvidia GPU will work on MacOs. The drivers are not compatible.
  3. If your laptop doesn't have XMP or a BIOS that allows you to play with timings and clock speeds, I believe that you cannot run RAM faster than what the BIOS allows. Maybe thru software, but I don't know any.
  4. Hopefully the prices will come down, but for sure nobody knows lol... But I live in Ontario Canada and GPUs like 3080, 3070, and 3060 are back in stock in many stores. Prices are not optimal but the industry seems to be catching up!.. From an optimistic viewpoint of course
  5. You have a B550 motherboard and it could last for a while. I'ts my point of view but, you should probably keep your money, wait and invest in a GPU like a 3060ti when the prices drops in a few months. You could also find a 5800x or 5900x for way cheaper in two years or less and it would work with your B550 motherboard. I'ts a PCIe Gen 4 Mobo, it will last you a while if you take care of it. I hope this helps!
  6. I understand Quadros aren't designed for gaming, but does anyone here games on a RTX Quadro? If so, what type of games? The reason why I ask that is because my computer is mainly a workstation, and I need more GPU memory. Just wanna know how they perform with gaming! Thanks!
  7. I have a MSI RTX 2070 super Gaming X. With 80% gpu use on a game the card sits at 74c. Is that too hot? What is too hot for a modern GPU? Thanks!
  8. Photo editing. When saving in photoshop, my file goes in my SATA slower SSD. In Photoshop, any files under 500mb saves in an instant, but anything over that is really slow. The more I test saving large files on my 970 evo I realize it is not that faster on average. I guess you are right, and it is probably a software problem influencing the save time. thanks fo the feedback!
  9. I have 4tb ssd from samsung (SATA), I aslo have a 500gb 970 evo plus (M.2). Anyone knows if it is possible to use an m.2 nvme ssd as a kind of ''faster cache'' for the SATA SSD. Any way of doing that? Thanks!
  10. Mouse Battle: Razer vs Logitech and why you prefer one over the other. No hate please, just love and fair criticism. I personally am divided between the two.
  11. All tastes are in nature. Thanks for the reply!
  12. What is your favorite keyboard brand or manufacturer?
  13. Get a better SSD. Western digital makes good quality ssd and not that expensive
  14. Is 3500RPM the pump speed?
  15. 2070 Super. Sometime when in ''develop'' mode the image flickers when editing and also when scrolling between files. Photoshop is unstable and buggy, filters are really slow, but that was with the latest driver (461.72). I now use driver version ''456.71'' and my computer is running way more smoothly now, everything is fine. If you want to test it out you can download older drivers on the Nvidia website https://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us AMD drivers should be available on AMD's website