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KWelz

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About KWelz

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    Veteran
  • Birthday Jun 05, 1978

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  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    3900X
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Crosshair Hero VIII
  • RAM
    32Gb Corsair Vengence Pro
  • GPU
    EVGA 2080Ti FTW3
  • Case
    NZXT H510 Elite
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 850 G3
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator X34
  • Cooling
    NZXT Z63
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. It is a 10 year old case with a very dated design, they don't make it anymore. Unless you manage to find one in a dusty warehouse somewhere then your only hope is going to be ebay.
  2. KWelz

    NZXT H1

    Dominator Plats could be an issue. When I moved to the H1 I had to replace my Vengence RGB Pro with Crucial Balistix Memory. Vengence LPX also work. As for the case in general, it isn't hard to build in. You just need to take your time and not try to force things. Just like any other build. I am running a 5900X and an EVGA 3080 SC3 in mine. One thing that can be an issue is GPU thermals. One simple mod fixed that though. I 3d printed a triple bracket and it works perfect.
  3. I sold a 2080 non super for $500 just a month or so ago. So that seems pretty good.
  4. There was a time that it was. Of course we are talking WAAAAAAY back in the day. GPU memory modules have to be cooled unlike standard DDR modules. It would also increase the size of the board dramatically and increase the complications in the design.
  5. You aren't going to be getting 144hz in most games at 1440P ultrawide. That being said, yes, it will run it just fine. I had to use a standard 2080 for a while on my x34 and had no real issues.
  6. Good looking build. 5800x is really in a strange place though. It is really no better than the 5600x for gaming but not near as good as a 5900x for content creation. If you can squeeze the extra 100 bucks into your budget you would be much better served with the 5900x.
  7. I am not sure if this exists. But here goes. I am looking for a splitter that would let me take the 19 pin header on my Motherboard and split it to another 19 pin header and a Type C header. I am running an NZXT H1 and it has a single Type C and single Type A port on it. However my X570-I only has a single 19 pin header. So I need some sort of solution to split it out.
  8. For what you are getting it really isn’t expensive. Keep in mind these are small quality parts. Gold rated PSU, 140MM AIO cooler and a great case.
  9. I usually wait for the Ti Cards. But this year I didn't bother. I am not saying they won't do one. But The performance between the 3080 and 3090 is already so close I don't see much point.
  10. So I just left the Sharonville Microcenter. They got over 250 3070s in today along with a few 3080s and 3090s. More cards than people by a long shot.
  11. Here is the problem with that. Your stance isn’t supported because it is wrong and out of touch with reality. Nobody was ripped off. They charged a good price for the components involved. You just happened to not like the choices given. I would bet good money that f they offered a cheap board instead that you or someone else would instead be complaining that it was a cheap board and not quality and/or limited upgrade ability in the future.
  12. Nobody is getting screwed in this and there is nothing predatory about it. OP seems to have no idea how inventory management or business in general works. Some people just like to be upset for the sake of being upset.
  13. TI-99 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Instruments_TI-99/4A
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