First of all thank you for trying to figure this out with me
A) Gameboost knob is on 0 I only put it to one once to make my processor run at turbo speeds all the time.
B) HDD is plugged into SATA port 3
C) Fast boot is off and has always been off.
I never installed the nvme driver I didn't know there was one
There are some maps in rainbow where FPS can just go to ****. I never use Nvidia optimization though it either under or over sets the graphics.
Just get a powerline adaptor, best choice.
Whatever you do don't get a seagate sshd they work great for the first few months and then slow down to basically unusable get yourself a ssd and a wd blue hdd
If you haven't tried already instead of plugging in your display port to the on board graphics instead of the GPU remove the gpu when you do so as well.
I understand however I just was trying to show it was a good psu, I did link a Johnyguru link however.
It's a 80 plus unit which can handle a 1070 and 1080 as well as a rx 480 without any issues...
That PSU is a great budget PSU and there is nothing wrong with it. I'd look into a rx 470
A fury X is eqilivent I think.
I turned off MSAA entirely and went to temporal filtering and it boosted my FPS to about 160+ before I was on MSAA 4x with about 70-90 FPS average.
I'm running rainbow 6 seige at almost maxed out settings at 1080p looking at the Nvidia website I've noticed that my framerates are higher than the 980 ti so I guess it could just be that rainbow is a harder game to run than I expected.
Do you run the HD Texture pack?
AA is at 8x was at 16x but I brought it down.
I forgot to add, the computer starts off semi silent on boot but then the fans kick in right as Windows loads in. Also when playing a game which brings my CPU to about 45+ the fans go pretty much silent.
I sold my Msi 970 for 200$ a couple weeks ago it was about one year old, however I kinda ripped the kid off a tad. I'd say about 180 is a decent price
The 1060 gives better proformance, you made a good decision.
Had a friend already set up for it so it was as soon as I got my 1070 wouldn't be able to answer that sorry :/
I just sold a msi GTX 970 for 200
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If everything turns on it could be that your Mobo is defective.
Hahaha yeah its running like a dream
Installed with drivers updated all the way, works like a dream.
Yeah I have the same case in my build and people don't even look at my computer, they just ask where I got the batmobile at
Evga has some of the best customer service I've ever seen.
Damn evga got your back
Nvm there's one ramstick, make sure your not shorting anything out and if nothing seems to fix your mobo is DOA
Try to take out one of each ramstick to see if any are DOA
No it does not, however you can buy a cheap usb wifi chip for about 10-15
The AMD Athlon X4 860k is also a good choice.
I used the AMD A10-5800K for my first build. A great CPU doesn't run too hot and isn't too power hungry. After 4 years its running strong and if you can still find it, it's about 80$
I just removed the motherboard from the pre-built. The computer was running just fine before, so that's why I must have thought it didn't survive the transfer.
Naw my 6600k runs 100% cpu playing rainbow
Check in the bios the cpu temperature and then check your boot priority. Also make sure all ram is seated in the 2 and 4 DIMM slots. Check your manual to make sure what ram slots they should be in. Also if you can update your motherboard to the latest bios
Yeah in my build with the 6600k I have gskill Tridentz 3200 mhz, I know it's not needed but I just found a deal with it cheaper and the ram looks sick hahaha. But 2400 it's a nice sweet spot
Do you have any intake and outtake fans in your case? The temp is nothing to worry about though, I always have the hottest room in the house and I know what you mean hahaha
I'd go with the M5, I currently have the M7 and between the two there is only minor differences such as audio and just the on board over clocking button. Both come with a dbug led which is great. Other than that though little to no difference.
Naw I just did what I said above, but both sticks are in now and everything is working great!
Yes they are identical, I think I'll turn XMP off at first just to make sure both sticks are working.
Aye, it's about a 2 fps difference so practically nothing
No you won't have any bottlenecking. Jays 2 cents has a good video if you'd like to know me on what bottlenecking is.
Yup the space the left of the PSU cage best place for throwing all of your cables, do the same thing in the Noctis 450 :D
Also what is your account name
Try using a different program to look at the temperature such as CPUID
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You run avast right?
There is a file that avast is blocking making it so steam can't launch csgo let me get the fourm for you
Very nice build +1 about a month ago I built my new gaming rig in the Noctis 450 black. I see what you mean when taking off those panels. Take the front one off the the top. It's a little sketchy but it shouldn't break.