my new gaming rig

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by prescient, Jun 14, 2014.

  1. nico1981

    nico1981 Active Member

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    Your VGA can output more then 60 frame in all the games at verry hight settings. With your monitor is limited at 60 FPS. A 144Hz monitor is fantastic for gaming. Go for Asus VG248QE if you find one in your country.
     
  2. ShigglyB00

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    Congrats! And nice
     
  3. prescient

    prescient Master Guru

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    well ok then , we are cool until we start testing . am happy i got a good chip so far . i post on many forums because i like making friends like you .
    and rank in pc/gaming forums and pass time . not only tech power up .
    i always learn new things like the monitor thing .

    ohh i see what yo mean. i need time to manege new money .
    i dont see the rate thing is mentioned in the specs on most monitors
    can you for ex show me one in this web
    http://www.egprices.com/en/category/computers/monitors/?&brand=&store=&min=&max=

    thank you friend . i wish you happiness , :invasion:
     
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  4. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    hehe tnx :)

    btw nvm that monitor for now..
    I own 60hz, but you know what's funny now that I changed my gpu from 580 to 780 whole picture feels more responsive, like I had better G2G monitor response time or like I had higher refresh rate.
    Really, I was playing Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition (2013?) @ vsync and before I saw slight ghosting/blurring when characters jumped and moved around, now its super fast, I couldnt believe such difference.

    Idk maybe its because now gpu has much much lower latency and that somehow transferred on picture responsiveness, saw the same thing in BF3 @vsync - off :)
     

  5. deankevor

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    congrats :)
     
  6. prescient

    prescient Master Guru

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    thanks :bunch:
     
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    Nice Comps :)
     
  8. prescient

    prescient Master Guru

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    you too and thanks

    :bunch::invasion:
     
  9. xankazo

    xankazo Ancient Guru

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    Nice stuff man. Enjoy! :)
    Our rigs are very similar, except for your monster VGA! :wanker:
     
  10. Corbus

    Corbus Ancient Guru

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    Congrats,can you tell me what temps are you getting on your 780? Tomorrow i hope i'll get mine, the GE one and i'm curious what to expect. Im more interested when its overclocked if thats ok,if not tell me stock temps .
     

  11. prescient

    prescient Master Guru

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    thanks a lot guys this turning to more like a party

    :bunch:

    as i said here the gigabyte idea of 3 fans and pips really work , i never saw
    anything colder even on stock and the fans dont need to run fast its really
    quite . ill give you a screen of kombastor and afterburner but not oced
    sorry . i did not research on making oc yet .
    i oced my 6870 before bothering the card messing with fan profiles
    ex,,, lots of head ache for 4 or 5 fps more its just not worth .
    buying a better card is better . with the 780 current output i dont see
    no reason to confuse the card with custom fan profiles and voltages changes . and burn out tests for an extra handful of fps or a benchmark
    score . ill just let it roll on its own :wanker:

    here you go with an extreme benchmark like kombustor
    600 second the temp stable at 75c that is rediculsly low with kombustor
    settings i hit run torture test fans going at 60% without a sound .
    i dont see a need to change the factory settings at this moment .
    here is your screens .

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    wind force :tux: ice cold solid build , good price . good quality brand
    a good deal in my opinion am really happy with it . runs star citizen on
    very high very easy . i was playing for hours 2 days ago its a seen .
    the game is steep but worth every penny spent on a good hardware to play it .
     
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  12. Corbus

    Corbus Ancient Guru

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    Overclocking if done right can yield more than 4-5 fps,especially in a high end product but its ok, i'll test it when i get my card, i don't feel good if i don't overclock my gpu/cpu.

    Thanks for the screens although i don't think kombustor/furmark is a good way to stress the card but its ok,i've made an idea of what to expect.
     
  13. -Tj-

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    Hi, I forgot to reply in PM, which one will you get then, this Gigabyte WF3x? :)
     
  14. Corbus

    Corbus Ancient Guru

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    Yes,the Ghz edition. Would have liked to get a normal one non OC'ed and just overclock it myself , i imagine i won't have much oc headroom considering its already over 1000 mhz ,but it'll do i guess:)
     
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  15. gizmoddict

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    Nice Build Mate :) I recently built one for myself with very similar specs :D
     

  16. Fender178

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    Nice Rig mate. I will be building me a rig in the next couple of months around an i7 4790k with an r9 280x since the 780 is out of my price range.
     
  17. prescient

    prescient Master Guru

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    what do you mean ? too strong or too weak? or dangerous ?


    i never though i get that much of cheering . am in debt for you guy and
    3d guru

    :hatty::hatty::hatty::hatty:
     
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  18. Corbus

    Corbus Ancient Guru

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    Too weak since card throttles down when it detects it's running.

    Best to use benches like valley/heaven or even firestrike put in a loop of 3 or more ...or just play games like crysis 3. But its ok no need to do that for me because i already made an idea of what to expect,ty again for that:)
     
  19. prescient

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    card did not throttle down , 100 gpu usage all the time fans on 60%
    heat wont go above that and kombustor is way too strong and lots of people fears it
     
  20. prescient

    prescient Master Guru

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    that will my system faster ? or i just let windows manege it .
     

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