It honestly depends on when you bought the 1080Ti like it isn't a good deal, but you weren't ripped off. the 1080 Ti still competes with modern cards
did you put water in it?
um, does your CPU have integrated Graphics?
you could just look up the ID for the monitor
the 2600x is 10 bucks more https://pcpartpicker.com/product/6mm323/amd-ryzen-5-2600x-36ghz-6-core-processor-yd260xbcafbox
It REALLY varies by series, and type
Well that too
? That makes no sense
Why are you using 1,200W? you really don't need that much, unless your planning on adding a whole water cooling system
getting into the Fking Bios,
that Doesn't work
only intel does locked CPUs, AMD does have locked motherboards, if you want me to be honest, even if your not overclocking you should get an unlocked CPU, so you can overclock later, and/or they also have better re-sell value
There is no such thing as locked ram (at least that I know of) its a fairly straight forward piece of equipment, crucial but not as complicated as other components
Update your drivers? I know NVIDIA is having problems where the CPU is stuck at max load or something like that
Wall hopefully you find someone who can help you, although I will say in most likely it's just a breaker somewere
They can be overclocked just not extreme overclocking
..... 12 cores my fking 4 core CPU runs half of the games hes complaining about perfectly fine without frame freezing,
I have no idea what your talking about anymore can you please stop wasting our time,
I don't know if that would create negative air pressure in the case, is it possible to put fans on the bottome of case? And have only 2 output air?
it appears you've discovered the one flaw of SSDs,
, you might have to swap controls to controller.
um, that definitely sounds like a breaker tripped...... um how old is the house your in? a wire could have potentially melted, (although it would have to be a pretty old house for that to happen, so it's probly not that)
what you really need is to talk to electricians, not Gamers :D
well there is one problem in your logic, "lowest settings" he has the problem even at the lowest settings
yeah all i was ganna say is to swap to 2666 MHz RAM, not too much more expensive,
i feel like 16 GB RAM should be fine, unless your doing some more extreme programming, or deep learning (but if you did something like that you would be need 8+cores)
i though it over clocked to 4.2 GHz..... but yeah Ryzen doesn't have alot of OC potential, it would be better to get a 2600 and overclock it to match the 2600x which is more realistic
^^^^ then just stick with 750W,
and yeah they are super expensive
Shhhhhh don't tell him the obvious, the only game i know that uses more then 4 GB Vram is Metro Exodus at 4k on ultra, with ray tracing, and that's only around 5.7 GB Vram
I would say 850 if you plan to get another rtx 2080 ti
What exactly is happening in-game? Could be a load zone, unless it happens every couple seconds
I though coil whine was due to power going through a cable? Would that be a constant buzzing sound, and wouldn't it also have been there when he got his PC?
Well considering I can run bioshock infinite without any stuttering on my i7-4720 and my gtx 860m I don't think graphical performance is the issue, if rainbow six siege doesn't use more then 4gb Vram on medium, then I highly doubt bioshock infinite even uses more then 3Gb Vram
He would be complaining about low fps not random stutters, his gpu would also be maxed out, instead of it being his CPU spiking every time.
is that 11% difference worth the much higher power draw, lack of DLSS/ray tracing, software bugs, and fine tweaking that you have to do to get it stable? like i don't want to say it's a worst card, but even model i see has heat problems unless you under volt it
i say if you have a decent PC right now, just wait.
there is an extremely high chance that it is a Fan, if anything else made that kind of buzzing sound then it would have died month ago. it could be one that's dying/falling apart.
how long have you had this PC?
it's definitely not the GPU, it appears to be an issue with the CPU. it's definitely a computer specific problem because with my i-4720HQ i don't get stuttering while playing games. considering the CPU reaches only 65C then i doubt the motherboard is overheating
sry i do not know enough about the specifics of Ryzen to be able to tell you what the problem is, check to make sure your not under clocking it?
can you explain to me what graphic settings you have the game on? and what exactly is occurring? because one thing i do notice is that in the games that have stuttering they all have hidden load zones, or dynamically load/render objects into the game
Almost any 450B board is good
Atx motherboard because it has more features, but downsizing is an option
you should be able to bend the pins back
current prices are already dropping
they're blind don't worry, they probly just seen Western Digital and think of their Hard drives
no, just delete them
RIP, that thing will most likely overheat if it's kept inside a box D:
Um Mac are overpriced..... 90 degrees is fking awful, that isn't warm that is overheating, and killing the CPU.
the problem is VA has more ghosting, and that case fan is only available from one store '
i am unsure if i want to get the 660p
you can change the hibernation file size, if you don't ever use the feature
i have an even better system, aka SpaceMonger but with Windows 7 graphics
oh :( i should have read it more closely, i coulda said that D:
so your saying the second port on your GPU isn't working? (just trying to find the exact problem)
um, don't mean to be rude, but the CPU doesn't effect how well textures load, if i was running more then 1080p i would have to swap out the RTX 2060 to a RTX 2070 so i get 8 GB Vram1
(the CPU effects how many tasks can run at once, and FPS)
just questioned the ... ;D because i remembered the Black color Hard drives to be Western Drigital's Best
RIP RTX 2060 isn't on sale
is that bad??????