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DBiO

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About DBiO

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System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i9-11900k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS PRIME Z590-V ATX Motherboard
  • RAM
    32 GB 4000mhz DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI GeForce GTX 1050 TI (working on getting a 3080)
  • Case
    MSI MAG FORGE 100R
  • Storage
    Samsung 980 Evo Plus 1TB M.2, Samsung 860 Evo 1TB SATA
  • PSU
    Corsair RM850 80+ Gold PSU
  • Display(s)
    AOC C24G1 144hz 24" 1080p gaming monitor
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken X53
  • Keyboard
    Redragon Devaraias
  • Mouse
    Predator Cestus 320
  • Sound
    Phat LG Stereo/Bengoo Gaming Headset
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    None

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  1. I had a similar problem when initially setting up my rig, but... you can see why the problem was easily solved lol.
  2. Thanks, it seems there's still some people who haven't stooped to screaming user error results in order to badmouth Intel. Cheers!
  3. I did change my rig, I now run on the aforementioned i9 and even faster RAM.
  4. There seems to be a disconnect here. Everyone says that I need a 360mm AIO, that this cpu runs hot, that it takes too much power. But mine is cooled by an NZXT Kraken X53, which is a 240mm AIO. I have some Deepcool RGB fans on it, and with a simple custom fan curve, this thing stays whisper quiet and peaks at 45 degrees C, even when under load. Thoughts?
  5. Several things. SLI's not dead, just not for gaming, rather it's for AI applications. Passthrough cooling is meant to be their stock competitor to triple-fan third party cards, and for that it's pretty good. For the look of the 30 series, it looks really good and that was likely a big variable for Nvidia's choice here. In any case, as long as the card performs in safe temperatures, average seems to be a trivialty.
  6. I'd probably place my CPU average to low end 1384 according to google, cuz I don't have cinebench.
  7. There is a very good reason that high-end hardware sells. Low framerates are okay, but a high and steady one will easily match your inputs millisecond-to-millisecond. You likely feel a delay because with only 36 frames per second, almost 3 milliseconds pass per frame (correct me if my math is wrong, tired rn).
  8. this is nucking futs for a build list
  9. So does i7-11700k The i7 will serve you a lot better in the long run cuz it's on a newer chipset, and at userbenchmark.net the i5-11600k matches the i9-10900k except for cores.
  10. I wasn't bragging. I was merely expressing surprise that such an old, low-end CPU was managing things like Subnautica at a decent framerate. The "Not to be a dick" is frankly just stating that your reply is, in fact, a dick reply. Not everyone has a 9900k, not everyone tells about their hardware and possessions to get girls.
  11. You guys all gaming on high-end K-series and Ryzen CPUS, my little bro's been running strong on an i5-3310m or something with only two cores. He got that little machine after I got my hands on my current build, listed in the signature. How about the rest of you?
  12. I've actually got a really old 1280x1024 75hz Samsung Syncmaster 730b next to my 144hz 1080p AOC monitor. Don't go crazy with resolution or refresh rate, just get something with decent color and response time.
  13. Big oof. For future reference, having lots of smaller modules of RAM performs better than a single big one except for upgradeability. Nonetheless, what graphics card are you looking to pair with your CPU? I see your monitor is an ultrawide 1080p, so a decent graphics card of that range and a 10600k would be stellar for all of your applications and workloads.
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