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    PBOed + 1900 FCLK R9 3900X
  • Motherboard
    Crosshair VIII Hero WiFi
  • RAM
    3600CL16 2x8GB Ballistix (rev. E) @ 3800CL16
  • GPU
    Strix 1080 Ti
  • Case
    FD Meshify C
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    WD BLUE SN550 1TB + refurb 2TB HDD
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    EVGA 1000 G3
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    AG241QX
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    NH-D15 chromax
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    G513
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    GPW
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    wired airpods
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    win 10 pro
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    hp probook 450 g6 junk
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    iphone 8
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  1. Using a RAM Latency Calculator (https://notkyon.moe/ram-latency.htm) you can see that: Kit 1's absolute latency for memory access is 10 nanoseconds. Kit 2's absolute latency for memory access is 10 nanoseconds. So exactly the same. I'd pick Kit 1 as it is cheaper. And that sweet RGB
  2. I don't remember the exact details but LTT was testing the M.2 GPU (AsRock Rack??) and the CPU was actually doing all the work as the GPU was just so slow.
  3. I have no clue which performance metric to go by but the 760 has: Pixel Rate 24.77 GPixel/s Texture Rate 99.07 GTexel/s FP32 (float) performance 2.378 TFLOPS FP64 (double) performance 99.07 GFLOPS (1:24) While the 3090 has this: Pixel Rate 189.8 GPixel/s Texture Rate 556.0 GTexel/s FP16 (half) performance 35.58 TFLOPS (1:1) FP32 (float) performance 35.58 TFLOPS FP64 (double) performance 556.0 GFLOPS (1:64) Maybe 10 times faster then?
  4. Out of curiosity I'm wondering what a 3090's BTC hashrate would be. Yes, I know ASICs are the only way to mine BTC profitable, but I still want to know! So if anyone knows, please let me know!
  5. I have a silicon lottery winning 6700K and that does 4,7 @ 1.3. About equal to a 7700K in CB R23. Your chip (most likely) isn't that good. But 4.5 GHz @ 1.35 volts provided you have adequate cooling (temps under 80c, preferably under 70c) should be doable. Your RAM can most likely do 2400 MHz at stock timings with a little extra voltage but RAM OCing is extremely fiddly. Not really recommended unless you want to chase stability for hours upon hours.
  6. Ah ok. It sounded like you knew where to get them. Yes, they're spring retention screws but they're wider than other screws I have. I need the screws as I ... don't have them.
  7. @HelpfulTechWizard I don't know if you saw my reply so I'll ping you. I'd appreciate help with finding these screws!
  8. The ones around the core (all 4) and most of the long, black ones that attach the backplate to the backside of the PCB. The screws around the core are (unhelpfully) thicker than some other graphics cards I have lying around.... Thank you for replying.
  9. As the title says, I am looking for screws for a 1080 Ti KPE. If anyone knows where to get them, please let me know!
  10. The 100% fan changes location. It seems it is indeed a board issue then. I'll try to get an RMA
  11. Yes and yes I'll try that, but I think I'll have to RMA the card
  12. I'm not entirely sure what you mean but the fan is plugged all the way in. I could try cleaning the pins though
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