Yes mate here you go
EZDIY-FAB Multi-Angle Adjustment Vertical Graphics Card Holder Bracket Support,GPU Mount,Video Card VGA Support Kit with 20cm Riser Cable https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B086X7MR5J/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ZlhgFb45PDFHE
Just keep in mind the screws provided in my order received were not good enough i had to use different ones than the provided, and the metal quality is good but a bit thin easy to twist if you put some pressure but though it holds in place in a good way. At the end am not gonna stand on it hehe.
Installing the X62 was a great decision. The GPU core idles at 23 to 24C, under load it sits between 46C and 47C (I gave the cooler about 20 minutes to get heatsoaked, should be long enough) at 20% fan speed (as low as my fan controller will go without turning off the fans entirely). This is with 2 Noctua NF A14 IPPC 3000s in push config, and Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.
By contrast the outgoing H55 I used to run on this GPU had idle temps at about 30 to 35C and load at 64 to 65C with 60% fan speed (quite loud).
Edit: a lot of people are asking for the type of heatsinks I'm using, here they are.
Edit 2: some have said the heatsinks they buy aren't sticking to the memory. I don't know if it would help but I applied some Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut to them before sticking them on the memory modules. My case is also inverted so I don't need to worry about them falling off.
This is how I have mine setup. I also can't stand the super gamery look. The one you linked is super clean too.
Edit - Here's a link to the skin I'm using for those wondering. https://www.deviantart.com/art/MSI-Afterburner-Dark-Flat-Skin-BIG-EDITION-508383543
It's just a powerlink adapter which routes the PCIE power ports to the side instead of the front. Looks slightly cleaner to me. I got it on sale for $5 a while ago. Here it is on Amazon
It's back in stock (for the moment at the time of this writing) but usually sells out incredibly quick. One of the best 1440p 144hz ips gaming monitors and is gsync compatible certified. I'd definitely try and snag one if I were you. Hardware Unboxed reviewed the 850 which is the same panel and adores it (also mentions the 83A in his best gaming monitors video).
At $379, in my opinion it's the best bang for your buck.
It's $15... you are gonna spend money on another type of adapter anyways. why not make it look slick with a braided cable extension? Even the EVGA branded powerlink we have all seen is normally $20..
If I'm being honest, your only shot is to find someone who has designed a 3D printed one. But even a 3D Printed adapter would look like ass because the PCB can't bend so it would need to use cables itself to make that angle work and look halfway decent. So something like what you posted is just out of the picture and that's probably why it hasn't been done or isn't widely available.
There's nothing outstanding about Gsync, I'd prefer to save $4000 and get a TV with freesync https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-65NU8000-Flat-Smart-2018/dp/B079NT94BQ
Maybe with some of my change I could afford an Xbox which also supports Freesync.
It's an old white Pixel 2 that was just sitting in a drawer, running PC monitoring software that is super easy to setup vs. a small screen/raspberry pi method. I have a regular USB C cable that keeps it charged plugged into the back of the PC. It stays on even when my PC asleep, the gauges just freeze on the last reading.
I use this one, uses virtually zero system resources and the android app is highly customizable (colors, layout, sensors, etc).
Server DL - https://www.trigonesoft.com/index.php/download
Android DL - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trigonesoft.rsm
windows doesn't support hdr(or well it does but as you said it's fucked), but yeah if you turn it on to play the supported games it should look pretty good. hdr game list: https://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Special:Ask/-5B-5BCategory:Games-5D-5D-20-5B-5Bhigh_dynamic_range::true-5D-5D-20OR-20-5B-5Bhigh_dynamic_range::hackable-5D-5D/-3FDeveloped-20by/-3FPublished-20by/-3FRelease-20date/-3FAvailable-20on/-3Fhigh_dynamic_ran...
I spent hours looking for the right fans. I just wanted white LED 4 pin ones, and these wound up being better than expected for really inexpensive fans.
Cooler Master Accessory: Universal VGA Graphics Card Holder, Adjustable, Steel, Holds 2 VGA Card for Computer Cases https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IQCBKOI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ST50Bb37KBP62
May give you a more accurate answer than reddit ;)
Same as the average PC gamer on 60hz 1080p.
One of the best gaming TVs you can get is $1500. I wish I could get a top of the line ultrawide for under $2k 😞
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Not my comment but he know what he is saying.
3080 10GB was just to show some nice price on a marketing slide to create wow effect and to arouse the desire to possess.
Now, 3080 20GB for a $1000 is the real product they want to sell and I can only imagine we will see a plenty of stock 'from nowhere'.
It's a typical marketing move - the groundbait, all shops are doing the same showing you something nice and cheap close to door and then selling you something better for a higher price.
- I want this nice 50'' TV for a $700 from a shopwindow and a billboard.
- Sorry, this is the last one but we have something much better for 'only' $250 more.
AIDA model in a nutshell: Attention, Interest, Desire, Action"
not the OP but ya, you don't need anything other than zip ties to secure the fans. Those are Noctua 120mm fans, MUCH quieter than the stock fans.
In addition, you'll want to get a dual 4pin to mini GPU fan header connector, something like this below. Depending on how many mini fan headers you have on your GPU, you may get dual or single converters
in my opinion this is the best monitor currently available, ultrawide is the way to play games in my opinion plus the high refresh rate and g sync
The "random desktop flicker" isn't that random. And it's accompanied by choppy mouse movement. It occurs when g-sync is enabled, and only on specific applications that seem to lower the desktop framerate and by extension, the g-sync refresh rate. A few programs that have this issue are Spotify, Sticky Notes in Win10, Hulu win10 app, IPVanish win32 app, etc.
Disabling "Hardware Acceleration" on Spotify actually fixed the app for me, so there might be something to that. Unfortunately the other apps I listed do not have that option.
Also, if it really bugs you, disable g-sync and it goes away, but that isn't an option for me because I like g-sync for gaming.
I just noticed Corsair iCue has this problem as well, but on there it actually shows the g-sync indicator as on. So obviously it's tied to this.
The Acer monitor is on Amazon.ca. That's about 2000 US dollars.
Yep, you just need to go here: https://www.origin.com/usa/en-us/store/anthem/anthem
And click "try it first" so that the demo gets added to your origin library.
How about RX 6800 for 650€ ?
It's quite a bit faster than the 3060ti (1.25-1.3x, sometimes more) so it could make up for the lack of DLSS in some scenarios.
Unless you want to use ray tracing then the 3060ti is a bit better + usually get DLSS making it much better.
(Almost) all compressed audio encodings employ a frequency cutoff at some point. It's the easiest way to save file space. I used MP3 simply because it was a good example with some well defined frequency cutoffs. I should have better expressed I was using it as an example.
From a website reviewing the Pixel 2:
> Audio is single-channel mono and is encoded at 96Kbps
By default, AAC-LC on Android cuts off at 17Khz at 96Kbps and above. When you see a sharp frequency cutoff it's almost always the encoding (analogue low-pass filters produce softer boundaries).
I see on your history that you're experiencing performance issues with the 3090 as well. You should try adding heatsinks to over backside VRAM area, too: https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Heatsink-Amplifier-Transistor-Semiconductor/dp/B07VMMJCLY/
edit: NM, you have an FE.
Or rent your power on Nicehash for less, but slightly more user/newbie friendly.
Will likely get down voted, but honestly, if you have a new 3000 series card, it's stupidly profitable to mine right now. Even some older cards will do well.
To be fair, you are wrong.
ASUS Turbo GTX 1070 is $338.98 after Jet.com promo.
And, of course, this is also available at Jet for about $235 if you take all of the shipping/return/debit + 15% discounts.
What we are seeing right now is not just raytracing, it's raytracing integrated into the frostbite engine in a few months.
Look how long it took them to have a correct dx12 implementation of that engine (from their BF1 implementation), you'll understand that there's no way this is an accurate representation of the best performance we can get out of rtx.
There are so many optimization techniques on paper (subsampling the rays, denoising in texture space, using lower poly version of the objects for reflections ....) but they may not be able to use them due to the engine or just time constraints. They don't even render the player in the reflections! (it's just a matter of adding a model in the acceleration structure but not to the rasterization side of the engine)
In the pica-pica presentation, the guys from seed were getting [email protected] on volta using RT for reflections, shadows, AO. To achieve that, they had to optimize to hell and back so it's not trivial (no, it doesn't just work!). And it's just a tech demo so imagine the difficulty in a game engine! In their last presentation (https://www.slideshare.net/DICEStudio/siggraph-2018-pica-pica-and-nvidia-turing), they claimed to achieve between x2 to x6 better performance on turing without changing their code so I think there's hope for better performance for RTRT.
Don't get me wrong, I have to ninja edit almost all my Reddit posts with any formatting besides hyperlinks. I'm just messing with the new guy.
OP should check out RES for easy desktop formatting. On Android I can recommend Reddit Sync.
Make sure you are connected to the HDMI 2.0 input that supports HDCP 2.2 on your TV or you won't get 4K protected media playback aka 4K Netflix (it will most likely fallback to 1080p(HDCP 1.x) which will then upscale and look crappy.
Turn this setting on: "To control the power and performance options for your SHIELD go to Settings > System > Processor mode and choose either "Max performance," which is recommended, or "Optimized," for a cooler and quieter experience." - http://support-shield.nvidia.com/android-tv-user-guide/index.htm#t=How_to_Optimize_Internet_and_Video_Performance.htm
Check https://www.netflix.com/ChangePlan to make sure you are paying for the Ultra HD plan or you won't see the 4K section in the Netflix app.
HDHomeRunPrime is going to look like crap, since most broadcast TV at max is 1080i MPEG2 which is going to upscale badly.
As @polynomialpusher stated try connected to Ethernet to avoid bandwidth issues.
Once you have done the above, try watching something from the 4K section of Netflix or a 4K video on YouTube.
omg we're buying brackets with RGB now?? seriously???? lol the PC market is insane.
I shoved one of these into the front of my case to support my Strix 3090. Can barely even see it through the window, no hassle, $13, done.
Here's an Amazon link. I bought it from my local PC store marked down on clearance from $200 Aussie to $130 Aussie. I had to get it at that price!
I missed that; the image is barely clear enough at a quick glance. I guess $200 for a fake 2080 Ti is about right :)
My EVGA RTX 2080 Ti has a NVLink connector as does my FE. In fact I just purchased a TITAN RTX NVLink from Amazon today to test mGPU/SLI and pro apps (22GB pooled vRAM) vs. the RTX 3090.
It was cheaper this morning when I bought it .. I guess others may be doing the same thing :)
I use a Pi-Hole in my network and have a regex blacklist record blocking *.cn (
^.+\.(cn|faith|gdn|gq|kim|life|loan|world|xin|zip|link|…)$; among other TLDs I won't normally visit). It was my Pi-Hole that caught and blocked the connection attempt. After installing and launching GeForce Experience, I experienced a non-functional login page, and on checking my Pi-Hole's Query Log, I saw that
accounts.nvgs.nvidia.cn was blocked at the moment I was presented with the login page in the GeForce Experience app. I temporarily whitelisted the domain and the login page worked. I uninstalled.
Those two cards won't SLI together. EVGA has a FAQ about which of their cards will work in SLI together: http://www.evga.com/support/faq/afmmain.aspx?faqid=59534
I recommend you get in contact with them and see if they can help you out somehow.
What are best buys policies on video card returns? I would try returning it based on you being misled. Technically from the site of evga/bestbuy they have different serials but it seems pretty misleading for the same model of the card, speeds, etc and even higher price to be missing a functionality of it's identical twin.
But its another reason to not shop at bestbuy. Looks like a shady model to me for evga to sell a proprietary model to bestbuy.
Edit: assuming you bought the 04G-P4-3979-KB version
They actually advertise quick switch dual bios on their support page, so you could use that to help you.
Guys, there is another way that lets you see just about everything reaching out to the outside world. It’s a program called Pi-Hole available at https://pi-hole.net.
It’s a surrogate DNS server that runs on a Raspberry Pi and lets you whitelist and blacklist to your heart's delight. It also speeds up web surfing by blocking ads and cookies.
The only stuff that gets by it is stuff that uses IP addresses instead of domain names but that is rare so companies can manage their servers.
It’s amazing how much nicer your online experience is with your own DNS server that blocks unwanted parasites.
You can certainly overclock it.
Download MSI afterburner from here https://www.msi.com/page/afterburner
Just increase the sliders on everything a bit. Keep doing it until you start noticing crashes or freezing in whatever program you're stress testing with.
I did this with my previous Gigabyte 2060 super.
I used the software FanControl to have them connected to the board but still use the graphics card temps as the trigger for a curve to regulate them. I struggled a lot to find something that did this as it was the only way it made sense for me. Lots would control the fans but based on some other temperature sensor that was not on the gfx card.
Fan Control is fucking brilliant, really simple even free, though the dev accepts and really deserves a beer or five.
Got it during one of its many $400 sales, back in May.
27", 4k, LG made IPS, and factory calibrated. You won't find a better quality 27" IPS display (HP Envy 27 4k after calibration, potentially, but it's not tested yet).
The only 4k, IPS, G-Sync monitors that I'm aware of are the Acer XB271HK and the ASUS PG27AQ. They're both fine monitors. Use the same panel, or similar to my LG, some quality issues (but nowhere near the 1440p "IPS" issues). Both have a better stand (I'm using an Ergotech Freedom Arm in lieu of) and additional connectivity (though the LG actually has HDMI 2.0).
To be fair, I have the mid-range model. The more appropriate comparison is the LG 27UD88, $700 retail, $500-$600 street. Same as mine, better stand, USB-C, and USB hub.
I agree that for your needs, one of those monitors is worth it if you wanted top of the line. AMD has no equivalent to the 1070/1080/Titan. But please, don't assume that because I got a good deal that I must have gotten a TN. Take out FreeSync/G-Sync, and my LG is known to be on par with or better than the Acer/Asus in picture quality. And that's at a $250-$300 US price difference.
> edit: I also highly doubt you got a 4k IPS panel for that price
There ya go. That monitor, and the -p (black, the one that I got) hit $400 across many retailers during the month of May.
Totally. Samsung has some great options in the ultrawide space as well. That would be a great option if you were fine with freesync instead of gsync.
This is an offering from ASUS. It falls into the category of what is called a, "super ultrawide". It has a larger aspect ratio and can run in to some compatibility problems with games' ui and fov scaling, but when they work, damn.. They're something to behold. It would be a another option to consider maybe, no gsync tho.
That 3440x1440 range a 3080ti could absolutely smash btw.. There wouldn't really be a single game it couldn't max out and lock at your preferred framerate.
I ordered one of these on Amazon - $12.99
FSLabs Graphics Card GPU Brace Support, Video Card Sag Holder Bracket, Anodized Aerospace Aluminum
Don’t have my card to use it yet but it looks really well made and like it will add a lot of support.
Here's a much more adjustable GPU bracket stand. May be more than you're looking for but if you really really want to go after it, this should accommodate.
They dont? You dont remember the pascal marketing?
Again i dont want to pick on nvidia specifically, because they all do it. I'm just responding to the claim.
Nvidia "Pascal Is Maxwell Times 10"
Was it really 10 times faster? Benchmarks dont show that.
How about this slide from their marketing deck
3 times faster? Really? Benchmarks didnt show that either.
EVGA is about as trusworthy as you can get on Team Green.
I have the 970 SSC ACX 2.0 and I love it. At 1080 the 970 is more than perfect.
I may even end up getting a second one now that they seem to be coming down.
This is the one I have: http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=04G-P4-3975-RX
EDIT: I just noticed they are B-stock. That doesn't change my opinion of them however. They have been factory refurbished and include a 1 year warranty.
The list of cards is right there. I'm sorry the support didn't go the way you wanted, but there's a list right on their site. EVGA has some of the best support in the business. I personally wouldn't change sides. But that's me. You do you.
a quick note if someone here wants to share their results on-line on blender's site - create the account before hand, found it that the benchmark freezes for some odd reason after going trough the registration process
>a situation in which you can enjoy the advantages of two very different things at the same time:
Are we going to just argue semantics now?
Nvidia releases on an average of 9 month cycles for x80->x80 ti->
So 4 1/2 months from now most likely for volta.
If you cant wait. https://slickdeals.net/newsearch.php?src=SearchBarV2&q=1080+ti&searcharea=deals&searchin=first
A good place to keep an eye on 1080 ti prices.
> Last time they released the 1080, they claimed it to be just as strong as 2 x 980 ti, which was far from the thruth
They never made such a claim.
Those are the launch slides. See slide 19. It was compared to the 980 in SLI, not the 980 Ti. And benchmarks tend to back that up in some games (they're at least in the same ballpark). Example - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_U9YdqsBcDM
I think that database is compiled in the GPU-Z program. Not online database.
Try this. Get an older version of GPU-Z.
This one for example http://www.oldversion.com/windows/gpu-z-0-0-7
It shows 4 ROPs.
Or this version http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2398/techpowerup-gpu-z-v0-7-9/mirrors
It shows 32 ROPs
If it was pulling it from the driver or the BIOS it would show the correct number. It's an offline database.
GPU-Z v0.8.2 will probably change this to be reported as 52 ROPs without nvidia touching anything.
> License plate numbers are usually assigned in ascending order, beginning with a starting point such as AAA-001. Thus, an observer familiar with the sequence can determine roughly when the plate was issued.
So, if the serial system allowed every possible combination, plates would be issued in this order of lettering combinations.
AAA AAB AAC AAD ... ABA ABB ABC ABD ... BAA BAB BAC BAD ...
There's really not that many possible combinations of 3 letters. There are just 17,576 letter combinations in total and
GAY would be the 4081^st in the sequence. So it's not a matter of if but when.
Even if it was randomized, if you were receiving the very first randomized plate ever produced assuming no previous production, there's a 1 in 17,576 chance your plate would start with
GAY. For each plate produced that does not start with
GAY, the chances go up as there are fewer combinations left to choose from with each plate issued.
By the time you have ~17.5 million plates issued, you'd exhaust all possible combinations of letterings and numbers.
Demonstrated here, just click 'run' https://repl.it/repls/InternationalOpulentDemoware
So I was looking over at
And one of the commentors https://disqus.com/by/miko_ryukudo/? Listed screen shots of his 980ti running the exact same settings a noted that the RX 480 is rendering snow the same way his 980ti is. So if the 1080 is the outlier here and if it's not rendering the snow in the same way, is this giving the giving the 1080 a performance advantage? If a shader is not rendering properly does it take less effort to render that shader? Serious answers only plz 😃.
As others have pointed out you will need a Display Port, but i suggest you get this one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0098HVZBE/ref=twister_B01LY6Y25W?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Not all display ports on amazon support 144hz, this is the cable i got and im running 2 144hz monitors with them.
On Amazon I see options for 50 foot cables that support [email protected] for under $30. Unless you have a Shield or another need for one, this should be the cheaper option.
You might be able to get some 15mm low profile fans and put them on the opposite side so they're almost against the mesh. That was my plan if I got a card longer than 315mm. These were the ones I was going to get:
If you have a case and some calipers, I would measure how much room there is to see if these would fit.
2 3090s from MSI are also listed
Did you guys try amazon japan?
its my back up in case i can't get anything lol
I've used Moonlight before to stream from my PC to my tablet over my local network. It seemed to work pretty well, although I wouldn't want to use it for really lag-sensitive games.
Gigabyte GTX 1060 3GB for $164.59 with triple15 discount and opting out of free returns.
If your budget is $200~ then a GTX 1060 6GB from PNY would be a better card to go with.
These are both without taxes.
Yep. It's our Guest RMA program. The remainder of the 2-year or 3-year warranty period will transfer to the second owner. You can enter the serial number to check that it's still under warranty.
From our warranty page:
> Transferable Warranty (Secondary Owner)
> EVGA offers a transferable warranty for products shipped new from EVGA on or after July 1, 2011 so long as the product is in its original factory condition and retains all of the factory labels and stickers. The transferred warranty will not exceed 3 years from the products shipping date from EVGA and will also not exceed the original warranty offered on the product.
> 3 Year Suffixes: -A1, -A2, -A3, -A4, -AR, -AX, -CR, -CX, -DX, -FR, -FX, -SG, -SX, -KR, -K1, -K2, -K3, -KB, -KA, -KF, -KM 2 Year Suffixes : -LA, -LE, -LR, -LX, -T1, -T2, -TR, -TX
>Transferable Warranty Exceptions
> Non-transferable Suffixes: -B1, -BR, -BX, -DR, -RX, -RB Products shipped from EVGA as warranty replacements will be subject to this warranty so long as the original product was shipped from EVGA on or after July 1, 2011. Products sent as demo unit or given away as prize do not transfer warranty.
If your buddy gifts you their old card or motherboard, you purchase one from Craigslist, Ebay, or you found one between the couch cushions, you can get warranty service on it.
It's exactly as you say.
Windows has had built-in triple buffering since Vista. It has always removed tearing for free, regardless of hardware, and with negligible input lag and no framerate halving (unlike double buffering aka V-Sync).
I've been playing every single game in borderless windowed for the past 6 years and I've never seen any tearing. If a game doesn't have borderless, I just use an AutoHotkey script or WBG.
What triple buffering doesn't do is remove the frame doubling (stutter) when the framerate doesn't reach the refresh rate. With triple buffering, if you get 50fps on a 60hz monitor, you will see 40 frames once (16.6ms) and 10 frames twice (33ms) to reach 60hz. This causes inconsistent frametimes. G-Sync and Freesync fix this by slowing down the monitor to the framerate, so each frame lasts the same (1000ms/50 = 20ms).
With games like LoL it's easy to exceed your monitor's refresh rate, so stutter isn't a problem. Note than G-Sync and Freesync do nothing above your refresh rate, so for those who can consistenly reach your refresh rate there is no advantage to adaptive sync over triple buffering.
By the way, Windows 10's Game Bar screws with triple buffering on some games, so to avoid tearing it's necessary to uncheck "Show Game bar when I play full screen games Microsoft has verified".
He's using Nvidia Profile Inspector to change these values, linked the github download as it's no longer being shipped in the nvidia inspector download from Guru3D.
Though, I don't know which value to change when he's talking about changing DLSS + lod bias set to -3 in the post
I see similar values in inspector when I choose which profile to load (either Cyberpunk or BOCW) but not what he's explicitly saying
I'm not comfortable enough to change any of this stuff as I don't know what I'm doing, hoping someone with more knowledge can chime in with their two cents
edit: Looks like someone already chimed in lol
Set up Distill Web Monitor (free chrome/firefox extension, link in previous text) on a 5 second refresh cycle and have it monitor the "Auto Notify" text on the web page. I managed to snag 2 of these cards this week using this method. You can try nowinstock.net too, but I found it tended to send me notification of stock a little too late.
Not really, here is one of the fastest for load times (QD1-4 performance / 4K random) for $130, often goes on sale for $120:
This is the problem.
Gelid Extreme 1.5mm are the correct (perfect, actually) thickness for RTX 3090 FE on the core side. (VRAM and VRM banks).
However several people here have said that on their 3080 FE's, that when they used 1.5mm Gelid Extreme pads, there was insufficient contact on the VRAM/VRM's (???). And I have a 3090 so I can't help you with this.
All I can suggest is just buying the 1.5mm Gelid Extreme pads and test those and see what happens. You're just going to have to experiment here. There was a restock so you are fine (buy two packs, one pack will NOT be enough for VRAM and VRM's---I like to use one pack for VRAM only, and the second pack for VRM's and then you can save the leftovers for later.
Do you have pets? Because if you do, it sort of works, i have a hepa air filter and i still got a bit of dust.. although i did notice less dust than usual i have to dedust the pc every month in a half to two months so might work to some degree but ya know, i have a cat so cat hair is an issue.
Edit: if anyone is interested i have the Winix HR900, Ultimate Pet 5 Stage True HEPA Filtration Air Purifier, 300 Sq. Ft, White
Was just looking to make sure the price I mentioned was accurate.
Still $386 at Amazon... if you dont mind filling out a $20 rebate.
Buying from Amazon though... you know they will have your back if anything goes wrong.
I bought an EVGA 1070 FTW from them back in mid august and they offered me a full refund when I contacted them a few days ago about this fiasco. That, is good customer service since I was out of the 30 day refund window.
700 EUR for USED one is a very poor deal.
Here you have brand new one, sold by Amazon, ships to the entire EU for 695 EUR -> https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06XT34X2T
I would show this link to the guy in your town and offer him 600 EUR.
I'm not sure I really trust it, and I'll be replacing it as soon as Corsair makes theirs available, but so far there have been no issues with it. Build quality seems to be pretty good, and gpu performance and voltage hasn't changed a bit compared to the official adapter.
Just another excuse to improve performance by adding more rgb
yo a $ 3000 graphics cards available on amazon again . im reporting the scalpers:
Amazon USA has the MSI Card for $1500 up now. Price Gouging begins!
Edit: Now it's down. Was up for a few seconds. Maybe they're testing the US Amazon Launch
If you buy an EVGA card and register it online within 14 days you have 90 days from the time of your purchase to "step up" to a better card. You just have to pay the difference (Price of new card - Price of old card = step up price). I just used it to step up my GTX 980 to a 980 Ti for $60 + shipping.
Can read about it here: http://www.evga.com/support/stepup/
Indeed. But that is somewhat of a recent exception... prior to that, Twitch was a "Gaming and NO OTHER CONTENT" platform.
Twitch Creative and Twitch Music are relatively new. They've added them as exceptions to their ToS:
> All content that is neither gaming-related nor permitted in our Creative or Music categories is prohibited from broadcast. [Source]
I'm not saying that Nvidia can't or shouldn't have streamed their GTC keynote on Twitch. All I'm saying is that by choosing to stream the keynote on the videogame-streaming platform, they set some expectations which weren't met.
If you are running Windows and have Aero enabled, then borderless or windowed games are subject to Vsync from the Desktop Windows Manager. And unlike conventional Vsync, it is actually a decent implementation with very low input lag.
Haven't you ever wondered why you don't get any tearing while watching Youtube videos, films, scrolling or when resizing or moving windows. DWM Vsync is the answer.
So if you want to avoid the input-lag of built-in game Vsync, the latency of triple-buffering and you can spare the 300-600MB of VRAM used by the DWM then running borderless is a fairly good option for Windows. Or in Linux there are a few compositing WM's with similar Vsync buffering.
You probably don't want CentOS, it's a very conservative distro mainly intended for stability-critical applications like servers. It's pretty painful to use on the desktop since all the software is so old.
Ubuntu has built-in support for the proprietary Nvidia drivers, and you can optionally install this repo to get the newest drivers as soon as they're released. Mint is simply a cosmetic skin on top of Ubuntu so which one you use is just down to preference.
Put some Nvidia stickers on the fans and everyone will buy it? ;) Seriously, i thought nvidia just started selling their very own cards with the latest generation (1060-1080). Any other manufacturer would probably not use any nvidia sticker on their own version of that graphics card wouldn't they?! Not to mention the text on that stickers looks just like the worst fake ever ;).
Edit: Looks pretty similar to this one: http://www.dx.com/p/huolongwang-nvidia-8600gt-gt630-1gb-ddr2-128bit-40nm-graphics-card-w-crt-dvi-hdmi-dual-fan-305065#.V_tl2HTuKhA
The last AC game had microtransactions too, but you got enough "money" (Helix Credits) to get the hidden maps, which is pretty much all you needed. Buying other gear in the last AC game did NOT get you the best items in the game, you got those from playing, so microtransactions in AC are overblown, there's a Kotaku article about it: https://kotaku.com/assassin-s-creed-origins-microtransactions-mostly-ju-1819881872
Compared to OTHER games with loot boxes/microtransactions/etc. ACO isn't that bad.
Well what I have seen on most the rumor mill sites was first quarter of this year, but with no actual word so far I'm not to sure about that. I would think it would be sometime this year though. If you do decide to upgrade cards not I would highly suggest buying EVGA, they are a very good well known company and if you register your product they have an upgrade plan. Basically if a new card comes out within 90-day you can pay the difference in cost to upgrade cards, info here: http://www.evga.com/support/stepup/
Hope this helps a little!
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Here is a screenshot from official Nvidia Slides of 8k benchmarks:
They werent jokin it can easily hit 60 fps at 8k on older titles and ON new titles like Control and Wolfenstein with RTX on + DLSS. This is insane.
The question is the TV to get this output cheapest goes for $2800 (samsung q800t)
so the entry to 8k gaming will official set you back at $4300 plus tax...
But of course this thing will scream at 4k ultra high refresh rates if you got the panel for that.. much cheaper at $2000. Lol..
I’ve been struggling with thermals in that case as well. I did find that a vented front panel, and additional fans mounted below the gpu helped a ton. My 10900k won’t break 65c when it spikes and my 3080 stays around 63-65c when 100%. I’ve added the links below. https://etsy.me/3pPrl87
Wathai Pcl Slot Fan 90mm 92mm... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FX23PWS?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
LIAN LI Mid-Tower Chassis ATX Computer Case PC Gaming Case w/Tempered Glass Side Panel, Magnetic Dust Filter,Water-Cooling Ready, Side Ventilation and 2x120mm Fan Pre-Installed (LANCOOL 205, White) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B085DPLBM6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_67A410S4D76DNA7TC1TC
https://www.amazon.de/Palit-GamingPro-Ray-Tracing-Grafikkarte-DisplayPort/dp/B08JCVWTQY/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_de_DE=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&dchild=1&keywords=rtx+3080&qid=1600980077&sr=8-1 Just found this on amazon.de Maybe interesting for some of my german fellas
It depends on what you're trying to do. If you're running 4k60Hz through a switcher with a 9-foot cable on one end then quality really makes a difference. It took me weeks of trying different cables and I can recommend this one. It's ridiculously hard to find a cable that's actually certified for its rating.
If you're just doing a single 6-foot run at 4k60Hz then it probably doesn't matter - you can use whatever is cheapest.
We all knew it was coming. Just sucks they gave us hope for this long. As of now mine currently still seems valid.
Here's my info:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HRBW6VB/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 3090 Gaming x trio, one of the ones I wanted. Put in a preorder, if I get to keep it this will be insane.
ZOTAC Gaming GeForce RTX 3080 Trinity OC https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08HVV2P4Z/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_qvczFbKRJ8TNQ idk how I found this. Damn I can’t believe it got unlisted so quickly. Sorry guys I tried
Zotac AMP! for $474.70 with SPRING15 if you live in a state that isn't taxed.
EVGA FTW DT for $482.53 with the same as above.
Yeah, no need to be snarky. Here's one for $630.
And just a week ago there was a deal for them at $600. So yeah $800-$600 is $200, more than the price differential I mentioned earlier.
this is all i can find blower style for 3gb i think most are 6gb are blower
The smaller connection is for the EV-Bot, a tool for adjusting clocks and voltages without using software.
The longer connection is for the "Probe-It" cable. This is useful for checking voltages on the card with a multimeter.
Generally, unless you're someone like Kingpin, you're not going to use these connections, but they're available if you need them.
But really, classified. You'll have no problem OCing to match the Asus, in fact I'm sure you could OC them both quite a bit higher than 1200 with proper power target and voltage adjustment.
If your not already familiar with EVGA's B-stock then check it out http://www.evga.com/Products/ProductList.aspx?type=8 they will post new and remove old content weekly, saw some 980ti going for $579. My second 970 was b-stock & I've not had a single issue yet.
What is your budget? I just bought a PNY GTX 1060 OC 6GB for $237 after the $30 off promo(reg is $269.99). The card was just released so there's no reviews as of yet but looks decent and it has a back plate, if for some reason I don't like it I'll just return it.
there is no real reason to get a 1070 Hybrid because the GPU itself is already very efficient at temperature management. Any 3rd party cooler would do the job just fine, so you don't need to shell out extra money for the FTW Hybrid. Once your temperature reach certain point, there is no benefit to go lower. A GPU runs at 65C is just as good as one running at 50C
If you still want a 1070 Hybrid, get this one with $50 off from SHOP10 discount. It's cheaper than the FTW Hybrid and perform exactly the same
Considering that it is a 980ti(and is 6years old) I would buy a tube of decent Thermal Paste open up the card and respaste it. But first download https://www.hwinfo.com/download/ and check if the reading is still 93 degrees
The BP stands for backplate - it helps with rigidity I believe ( more info on SuperUser ). I just purchased that same card two weeks ago - upgraded from an AMD 7970, very very happy with it thus far.