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That's wierd, because I use an SSD that is... well, probably not Samsung 850, but still Crucial ssds are considered good. Anyway, I had pagefile enabled - will test without it tomorrow. Any chance it might be related? Also gonna try high process priority. Anyway, is there any info I can read about that hard drive issue with diablo? Thanks in advance!

P.s. also it got pretty cold here! I currently manage a rather stable 1505/8000 with benchmarks like unigine hovering around 70, gta fully maxed around 65 and wow with mfsaa or ssaa enabled still goes up to 80. What an insane game.
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That's wierd, because I use an SSD that is... well, probably not Samsung 850, but still Crucial ssds are considered good. Anyway, I had pagefile enabled - will test without it tomorrow. Any chance it might be related? Also gonna try high process priority. Anyway, is there any info I can read about that hard drive issue with diablo? Thanks in advance!

P.s. also it got pretty cold here! I currently manage a rather stable 1505/8000 with benchmarks like unigine hovering around 70, gta fully maxed around 65 and wow with mfsaa or ssaa enabled still goes up to 80. What an insane game.

 

It's all over if you google Diablo stuttering issue but reddit has a good compilation: https://www.reddit.com/r/Diablo/comments/32jps4/various_performance_problems_after_22/

 

It has to do with the way Blizzard compresses the files. Even the highest end systems have issues with it. It started around patch 2.2.

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Hello Fellow Owners,

I have a question. I love my current motherboard, but the limited space between the two AMP! Extreme cards is driving me crazy. 84 degrees just doesn't sit well with me. I want to get a board which will have more space in between. I'm looking at this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132565

Would anyone know what else I am to look for, to know that there will be adequate space between the lower and upper GPU.

If not (because I'd prefer to keep this board) have any ideas as far as getting proper air through two very close cards.

Pic for reference:

I've built machines for some time, but never really got into getting high air flow.

If I'm over reacting, feel free to let me know, but 84 degress makes me feel like I'm killing my card.
Edited by JerzeyLegend - 2/29/16 at 5:19pm
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Hello Fellow Owners,

I have a question. I love my current motherboard, but the limited space between the two AMP! Extreme cards is driving me crazy. 84 degrees just doesn't sit well with me. I want to get a board which will have more space in between. I'm looking at this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132565

Would anyone know what else I am to look for, to know that there will be adequate space between the lower and upper GPU.

Could get a set of water blocks. Bitspower makes them for our cards. I'll be ordering one next week.
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Hey all, new owner of a 980ti Classy. did some slight OCing on the stock BIOS and stock voltage.







Waiting on my waterblock and raspberry pi to come in sometime this week and then im going to push the card as far as it can go on water. thumb.gif
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NVFlash with certificate checks bypassed Updated

5.250 x64: https://mega.nz/#!21J3xKJL!KvINQ2qcHp0W1M6Ruadb7OZ3o7AzsKF_MtDjpbsN7N8

5.250 x86: https://mega.nz/#!y1IwVBiQ!CxBp03z2Yk7r1DQKnbST5catqglrYCJ_MPPIOzmAZ9Y
Thank-you!
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Thank you so much. I was looking everywhere for this. I have never done water cooling. Time to start researching everything I need.
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ty joe.


ICYMI no need to disable the device in the manger or even run a command prompt w/ joe dirt's flash.

just drag the ROM file over the EXE

(disables the driver, opens its own window, press Y, watch the little white dots go across, closes window and then enables the driver again all by itself.)

reboot and BOOM - done.
Makes flashing a pleasure, not a hassle.
And a Rep+ to you, looniam, for pointing this out.thumb.gif
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Makes flashing a pleasure, not a hassle.
And a Rep+ to you, looniam, for pointing this out.thumb.gif

i am a +rep slut tbh . . . tongue.gif ty.


btw, to all:

3D Fanboy Competition 2016: nVidia vs AMD

ain't about being the best, just using some wallpaper, having gpu-z and a few cpuzs open and posting a score. thumb.gif

that red team is ankle biting single cards. mad.gif
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Ok so random question. I realize ASIC score is mostly theoretical however there must be merit to it if places such as EVGA are charging such s premium for it. My confusion about ASIC is the fact that a lower ASIC is deemed better for liquid cooling overclocks yet the cards with the pcb customized to handle the additional volts and amps are binned for their higher ASIC quality. If they are meant to be liquid cooled why the heck would they used high binned cards? Am I missing something here?


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