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Will definitely keep the VRM in mind, what would you suggest is a better mobo then in terms of reliance?


Why is that Shilka? What's wrong with the H100i? I've never liquid cooled before, so I'm not sure on the differences but assume it would be marginally better. I wanna keep as cool as at least 35c during load times. My current air cooled system pushes 51 avg during game time. and yea I see that in regards to the GS, but I definitely want more than 550.

So why not this? http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=220-P2-0650-X1
I want an i7 skylake for it's upgradeablitiy in the future and I'm gonna have 2 cards, a GPU and a Capture card, no one seems to have much info in that regard here it seems, so I guess I'll have to check another section of the forum.
What makes you say that a 1080p monitor won't be a good thing for high end cards? Everyones trying to get 4k viable cards yet there will be a problem with 1080p? eh?
Yea definitely be staying away from Thermaltake.

He's saying there will be a CPU bottleneck at 1080p, which isn't going to happen at 1080p in 99% of games. They will have to be unoptimized junk in order for that to happen.

Even if it was there, the 6700K has the best chance of eliminating it because it has the strongest per core performance of any CPU. In addition since you were looking at Nvidia cards..Nvidia has much less DX11 CPU driver overhead so any extremely CPU bound situations will be in Nvidia favor rather than AMDs.

DX12 levels the playing field but by the time that is mainstream and relevant none of the GPUs you can buy today will matter.

Nothing to worry about though. You'll be fine. 6700K will push whatever you want at whatever resolution you want.
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post #22 of 26
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He's saying there will be a CPU bottleneck at 1080p, which isn't going to happen at 1080p in 99% of games. They will have to be unoptimized junk in order for that to happen.

Even if it was there, the 6700K has the best chance of eliminating it because it has the strongest per core performance of any CPU. In addition since you were looking at Nvidia cards..Nvidia has much less DX11 CPU driver overhead so any extremely CPU bound situations will be in Nvidia favor rather than AMDs.

DX12 levels the playing field but by the time that is mainstream and relevant none of the GPUs you can buy today will matter.

Nothing to worry about though. You'll be fine. 6700K will push whatever you want at whatever resolution you want.
Nope, 1080 is just not enough to fully use them, the % load clearly will show that.and i am not referring to the CPU
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Nope, 1080 is just not enough to fully use them, the % load clearly will show that.and i am not referring to the CPU


Ah yeah that's true in a lot of cases.

Unless he has a 120Hz or 144Hz 1080p monitor in which case I'm sure a lot of games would be able to make use of the extra power.
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Ah yeah that's true in a lot of cases.

Unless he has a 120Hz or 144Hz 1080p monitor in which case I'm sure a lot of games would be able to make use of the extra power.

Ofc I'd be using a 144hz 1080p monitor. So I'd hope there would be no bottle necking issues.
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post #25 of 26
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Ofc I'd be using a 144hz 1080p monitor. So I'd hope there would be no bottle necking issues.
really a higher fframe rate only causes a higher CPU usage doesnt eliminate the resolution bottleneck a higher resolution does that.
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Build is STILL in progress sadly, any input as to what the top 5ish Liquid Coolers are?
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