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not quite but almost the best. Broadwell is still better if just for gaming.

Can't agree with that part sorry. I've probably read 100 reviews for Ryzen over the past month or so where all the cpu's were compared and the 7700k was coming on top more often than anything else.

It's just the way most current games are coded. A quad core with higher IPC does better than more cores because the game doesn't take advantage.
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they are beast and are the obvious best gaming cpu except for the 5775c. Magic cache still wins in most gaming scenarios. But, 7700k is still bench winner and top dog at single core. You can see i beat both ryzen and 7700k above, though. How many of those 100 reviews included a 5775c? a few of them did for sure because i have also been following ryzen news daily and i've seen 5775c shoved down Ryzen's throat over at WCCFtech for the last 2 months. A lot of people know the truth.

remember, the 5775c was buried by intel. most benches dont even include it. But whenever it's broken out, it wins.

In this pic you see 5775c beating 7700k by 10+ fps and way better minimums, resulting in far smoother gameplay.
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Both games you're playing support it with great results and scaling. Sometimes you have to pay to play the way you want tongue.gif.

Here's hopping that Volta will finally get 4K 60 FPS right. rolleyes.gif
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man. tweak those settings. i was over 50 fps all the way through that game at 2x AA ultra everything else. and it seems to utilize all 8 threads so i'd think your beast cpu could handle it. idk, may need a 7700k @5mhz or a Broadwell magic cache to get there in this game. Sometimes all those cores work against you in gaming. But, yeah, I'm sure Volta Ti will power through anything but it'll be 18 months or so away.
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I`ll give it a try once my ek waterblock gets delivered. It would be awesome for the original backplate to fit with my waterblock, can hardly wait to see:). Thanks!
No problem and good luck, just know that when you remove the stock FE cover is that you will notice there are more places that have pads on them than what ekwb shows on the instructions of the titan x waterblock...So you might have to do a little measuring if you want to cool all the things nvidia was on the air cooler, I'm doing that just for security to make sure.
The place between your vrm and vram is not shown but I found that a 1mm thick pad should suffice and then where the mosfets and drivers are the pad provided covers all them correctly but to the right are the ones not shown so might want to throw a 1mm pad on each of them same as on your stock cooler...i just used mine as a reference guide instead of ek's seeing as it's not the same card, compatible does not mean exact.
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man. tweak those settings. i was over 50 fps all the way through that game at 2x AA ultra everything else.

Well, Res scaling helps a lot If I drop to .70 or .80 both games are infinitely more playable. But I'm sacrificing some clarity obviously. I kinda am debating picking up a 144hz or better monitor to game on instead. biggrin.gif

Dunno whether to do ultra wide or not. Just gonna be hard to game on a sub 40" screen as I've been using TV's over 40" since '05.
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yeah i gotta have both. i play on the 55" 4k HDR samsung and a Dell 1440p 144Hz g-sync 27". really depends on the game which one i prefer. ME:A looks way better on the 4k HDR but it plays much smoother on the 144Hz.
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Anyone here with 1080 Ti SLI and 144/165Hz 1440p monitor? What are your FPS in some new games with SLI? Thanks in advance for info!

Mass effect and ghost recon 3440x1440 getting around 90 fps ultra everything
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yeah i gotta have both. i play on the 55" 4k HDR samsung and a Dell 1440p 144Hz g-sync 27". really depends on the game which one i prefer. ME:A looks way better on the 4k HDR but it plays much smoother on the 144Hz.

This one?

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/dell-27-led-gsync-monitor-black/5293502.p?skuId=5293502
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Mass effect and ghost recon 3440x1440 getting around 90 fps ultra everything

I hate you... rolleyes.giftongue.gif

Would you mind running without SLI and letting my know what kinda results you get in both? I'm curious to know how both play at that res.
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finally after 2 weeks

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