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itgKIRA

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  1. Hey all! I’ve got a few new parts and am swapping from Intel to AMD. Looking for some advice on best way to do this. Currently I have i7 6700k Asus z270a m.2 SSD with windows (and nothing else really) SSD with work stuff, video games etc HDD with junk and memes 1080ti 16gb DDR4 ram Basically I’m upgrading everything except the m.2 and SSD. New relevant parts are Ryzen 5800X Asus z570 Tuff Gaming 32gb ram 3080 My questions are: 1. I assume I should do a fresh install of
  2. i7 7700k 1080ti Example: Im playing Destiny 2 and watching a Twitch stream using Firefox (also Chrome) - this will kill my performance in D2 on the latest nvidia driver. On original driver, no issues.
  3. Gave it a try - unfortunately doesn't seem like it made any difference. Its a bizarre issue.
  4. Just to be sure I understand - the unisntaller from device manager to remove the nvidia 1080ti drivers. Then just reinstall them?
  5. I did do this, but it unfortunately the makes games like MHW and using Shadowplay not function.
  6. This is a bit of a weird one but I'm curious if anyone has encountered the same thing / found a solution. Specs: i7 7700k ,1080ti, 16gb ram 1440p 144hz monitor as main monitor, 4k 60hz monitor secondary What happened: Up until a month or so ago, I had never updated my nvidia drivers. No game had caused any issues and since I had no reason to fix something that wasn't broken I never bothered. However, I recently started playing monster hunter world, and the game prompted me to update. I did face some pretty serious graphical issues, so I upd
  7. Hi everyone, New poster but I have a few questions and am looking for advice/opinions on which direction I should go. My current setup is actually still quite good, but a friend of mine is looking to get a usable gaming PC (and is on a budget). I am considering selling most of my current system (everything minus the GPU) and then buying some upgraded gear myself. My current specs are: i7 7700k, ASUS z20a mobo, 1080ti, 16gb ram I am a programmer who works from my home PC more now than I used to, but I primarily game on this PC (mostly
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