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About DariusBiceps

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  • Birthday Apr 07, 2000

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  • Steam

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  • Interests
    Gaming, Photography, Streaming, light video clip editing


  • CPU
    Intel Core-i7 3770 @3.4ghz, boosted @3.7ghz
  • Motherboard
    Dell 0GY6Y8 propreitary
  • RAM
    16gb DDR3-1600mhz (2 mixed Kits, 2x4gb Micron and 2x4gb Kingston)
  • GPU
    Nvidia GTX Titan X (Maxwell) FE
  • Case
    Dell Optiplex 7010MT
  • Storage
    250gb Samsung Evo 850 SSD, 2+1 TB Seagate Baracuda 7200rpm HDD
  • PSU
    Seasonic Focus PX-750
  • Display(s)
    Gigabyte G27CQ
    Asus VS228
  • Cooling
    Intel Stock Cooler
    and a couple of Noctuha Fans
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G213
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Hero
  • Sound
    Logitech G935 Wireless
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 home 64-bit
  • Laptop
    no i dont
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
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  1. I agree mostly with marius... Dont go for 1TB mechanical storage, go for a large PCI-E 3th gen nvme SSD and a large harddrive later or just go all solidstate if you can really stretch your budget. Your build will probably be torn apart at some point by the actual experts (really love you guys:D). And you cannot calculate with MSRP on a 30-series Nvidia card at the moment. Same goes for the SSD as chia-miners are just buying the entire stock of SSDs and HDDs everywhere. Just as a tip four your planning.
  2. In my opinion, "older" GPUs like a 16-series nvidia card are still very capable, even the 10-series cards are still great, and someoff affordable. I am running a TITAN X (Maxwell) and this card is waaay more than I need. If you are not planning on using raytracing, playing on 4k 144hz and/or streaming at the sametime, safe a buck and find yourself a GTX 1660 Super. But to be clear, it all depends on what you are planning to do with it. This is just my opinion, would love to hear some others on that too.
  3. I am not an 100% level expert on the 30 Series cards, but my guess would be that your PSU is a bit overloaded, as ASUS reccomends a 850W unit for the TUF-Series 3080 OC. To be precise, my thought is that FFXIV puts so much load on your 3080 that your PSU cant handle it. More so Linus told in the early 30-series days, these are the first GPUs were even he would go one step above the recommendation. Still I would love to hear some other opinions on that.
  4. GPU under 85° is fine and as long as youre CPU is not thermal throttling (look in taskmanager, if it downclocks it is throttling) you are quite fine, somewhere in the 90° area it starts to clock down. Youre temps are quite fine if they are under load. I believe that is what those bars next to the temps are for, I suppose?
  5. Short update: 1 update, 2 clean driver setups later my Titan clocks back down to 135mhz on the core and 405 mhz on the memory in idle
  6. Client-Server-Runtime process, system and desktop window manager
  7. Unfortunatly... It worked for like 2 hours. And after that she clocked back up to 1001 Mhz and 3304 Mhz permanantly... I dont know what Nvidia has done, but it screwed my Titan:D
  8. FakeKGB you are a master of PC Hardware thank you so much... It was literally so anoying to hear the fan all the time.... Thank you soooo much
  9. As a followup, might as well tell you my specs. CPU: Intel Core-i7 3770 GPU: Nvidia GTX Titan X Maxwell on driver 466.77 MBO: Dell something proprietary PSU: Seasonic Focus PX-750 Storage: SSD 250gb Samsung Evo 850, 2+1tb Seagate Baracuda 7200rpm Case: Modified (in the sense of airflow) Dell Optiplex 7010MT Additional: USB 3.0 Extention Card I know, it aint optimal, but i am in the process of upgrading to a B550 Mbo and Ryzen 3600X
  10. Hi Guys, i've got a problem with my Titan X Maxwell... It ran quite cool for 4-5 weeks, but know it always stays at 1001 mhz on the core and 3304 mhz on the memory (yes i've downclocked it already to keep the temps low), and in the new idle core-temp i have like 60° C. Before that it stayed, on idle, on like 300 mhz on the core and 800 mhz on the memory at idle core-temp of 38° C. But with these kind of clockspeeds I have trouble keeping the temps in an acceptable area. I've uninstalled MSI Afterburner twice, with a settings reset before uninstalling, i've reseted the nvidia control se
  11. Nice, then i got wrong the entire time... Well but its still a flex to have to of them:D Oh that sounds good actually
  12. First, Thx for your answer. Yeah i know about the stand of SLI... but i still want the flex of the good look you know?:D and the 22gb of vram could be quiet handy from time to time. I've considered going 11th gen but is the i5 good enough for this or can it be overclocked?
  13. Budget (including currency): 1000€ (excluding GPUs [see story below], PSU and HDDs) Country: Germany Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: semi-modern AAA titles, e-sport titles, some light videoediting and streaming Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): Well where do I start... The debate i have now is, i got my self a Seasonic Focus PX-750 for my current build. But i want to upgrade, as a friend
  14. I just noticed this frick of a MBo has a 4Pin CPU connector (correct me if I am wrong). Thought the standard is 8Pin?
  15. Hello Techwizards of the wide world web, I could use some help upgrading my Dell Optiplex 7010 MT. I am currently running into the point of upgrading my PSU, as the fan gets a bit whiny and I want to improve the GPU to a 1080ti as well. Does any of you know what kind of a PSU i should slap in there? Thx for your help. My specs currently (pending to upgrade) are: MBO standard Micro-ATX Dell motherboard CPU Intel Core I7-3770 Cooler Stock Intel Cooler (Noctuha NH-U12s) RAM 4x4 GB DDR3, Mix between preinstalled Dell sticks an Hyper Fury GPU Zotac 1050ti