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descrom93

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About descrom93

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    Chicago
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    Male

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  • CPU
    Intel 8700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus MAXIMUS X Formula
  • RAM
    Corsair - Vengeance RGB Pro 32 GB DDR4-3000 Memory
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 FTW
  • Case
    be quiet! - Dark Base Pro 900
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 Evo 1Tb, Seagate Barracuda 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair - 1200 W
  • Cooling
    Custom Liquid
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Shine
  • Mouse
    Logitech G700
  • Sound
    Sennheiser​ HD 660S
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  1. Yes. Although it isn't as strong as regular injection plastics, they have be durable enough to get by. Different materials can have different strengths as well
  2. Classic. I stopped using it a long time ago
  3. Water cooling is great because you can get a stable overclock. You can manually set your fans to 100% and run some benchmarks, it should keep temps pretty low. Run the same benches with a normal fan curve and see if theres a difference. Nvidias GPU Boost is really sensitive to temps. In an SLI system you might want it more, so that the top card isnt recycling the bottom cards heat, they both move heat to the rad. I have a watercooled 1080, and it sticks to 2025 MHz gaming since the temp rarely touches 40 C. O/w is would drop to 1950ish.
  4. I just ordered mine a few days ago! If you have more budget you could get hardened nozzles for printing with metals/ carbon fiber (the printer already can, but might wear out faster).
  5. With phones that have curved front glass, a tempered screen protector cant cover the shaped edges without making a "halo" effect. I have the pixel, and it was difficult finding a protector. Idk if your phone has the same design, but it might be an answer. Do amazon review say the same thing?
  6. If your games support 21:9 do that. Otherwise Id probably do a smaller 1080p than 27in
  7. They also changed a couple enemy placements/ items/ npc's. I think scholar of the first sin edition is better from an overall lore + gameplay experience as well.
  8. If it has the block on it, it should be ok for a second or two.
  9. Well, I have a 1080. And I had a 1080p monitor for a little bit (before upgrading to 3440x1440). And even that drops to below 60 (optimization issues aside) in GTA 5, tomb raider, and ark. Theres no graphics card that can stay above 60 at all times in every game. If you can afford the 1080, go for it, its a helluva card. Dont think of the numbers as a strict necessity, enjoy the games
  10. I did roughly the same thing to a 750 ti, except i got amazing results. Same temps as stock fans, but silent. Or audible, with amazing temps. http://imgur.com/Ajghs9K Is the fan blowing air up or down? It should be pushing air onto the card
  11. Depends on the game but you should be ok with the vast majority of titles
  12. maybe not "need" but i would recommend it. Itll be a lot quieter, be prettier in the case, and can be re-purposed easily.
  13. its ok, we all start somewhere welcome to the club!
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