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post #3281 of 10487
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Originally Posted by D1RTYD1Z619 View Post

would you mind DSRing that to 4k and let me know what your CPU usage is like. I'm not getting the answers I need about BF1 on ultra setting, minus AA, at 4k.

4k 60hz this on empires edge but at beginning of match 64 conquest usage will just increase the more the map gets destroyed.

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St. Quentin Scar towards end of round

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So many scenario come into play usage really depends on map also
Edited by PasK1234Xw - 4/2/17 at 12:41pm
post #3282 of 10487
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Originally Posted by Boost240 View Post

SO I'm sorta let down right about now. Go the card on Friday and installed it Saturday night. First thing I noticed was an annoying whine which I found out to be the infamous coil whine. It's very noticeable and annoying. Also, I think I expected far too much from this card, even for my 1080p 144hz display. I was hoping I would be able to max out all my games and hit at least 120fps so I can us ultra low motion blur, but games like Rise of the Tomb still get dips into the 90s and even the 70s. What weird is I notice sometimes that my GPU usage is pretty low.

I'm not really sure what to do. i can return the card to Amazon and hope to get another but who knows if the whine will be better. I just find it a bit disappointing that my much cheaope460 and 970 cards never had this issue at all, yet a $1100 card does frown.gif. I plan on getting a water block but apparently that won't help.

Rise of Tomb Raider is a very demanding game at a few of those larger hubs, try lowering or turning off the demanding tress fx (now called pure hair) to get a major performance boost, you'll gain at least 15-20 fps and lower the ao settings from vxao to hbao, you'll get at least 5 fps framerate boost aswell.
post #3283 of 10487
Quite a large fps increase from overclocking my ram from 1600 to 2400 with my 3770k @ 4.7
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post #3284 of 10487
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Originally Posted by PasK1234Xw View Post

i posted to show how well game utilise 8 core CPU if you were referring to 4/8 i7 then don't call it 8 cores because its not 8 core and just causes confusion.

Also on contrary to what you think i still run into some bottleneck even more so when I ran 1080 SLI its more so due to game CPU utilization rather than hardware problem but still it happens even on 5960x when pushing high frames at 1440 its not bad really but it does happen.

Well technically the i7 6700k it has 4 cores, but the cpu has hyperthreading which means it has double the amount of cores, which is 8.
post #3285 of 10487
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Originally Posted by c0nsistent View Post

Quite a large fps increase from overclocking my ram from 1600 to 2400 with my 3770k @ 4.7
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I oc'd my ram up from 2400-3000. No regrets thumb.gif

Most use cases today seem to prefer speed to timings.
post #3286 of 10487
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Think I just settled into my 24/7 clocks. 2050 @ 1.025v. Just gone through a few loops of Heaven and it hasn't dipped from 2050 at all and is topping out at 48c (EVGA Hybrid AIO with 2xSP120 in push/pull). I could get it higher for benches but the clocks couldn't hold at my highest (2090ish), I'd rather have a stable clock at a lower voltage than go all out.

How loud are the SP120s compared to the stock fan on the hybrid?
post #3287 of 10487
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Originally Posted by c0nsistent View Post

Quite a large fps increase from overclocking my ram from 1600 to 2400 with my 3770k @ 4.7
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we need more info, what resolution, graphical settings and so on?
post #3288 of 10487
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How loud are the SP120s compared to the stock fan on the hybrid?

I didn't have the stock fan, I bought it used and he didn't have it so he gave me the two SP120's instead. That said, adding the second didn't increase the noise at all and I don't really notice the system anymore now than I would have with my Fury X and it's Gentle Typhoon. I've also got an H100i with it's two 120mm fans on low and 2x NZXT 120mm and 1x NZXT 140mm all on lowest settings running in an H440 and while I wouldn't call it silent, it's reasonably quiet.
post #3289 of 10487
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Originally Posted by Blotto80 View Post

I didn't have the stock fan, I bought it used and he didn't have it so he gave me the two SP120's instead. That said, adding the second didn't increase the noise at all and I don't really notice the system anymore now than I would have with my Fury X and it's Gentle Typhoon. I've also got an H100i with it's two 120mm fans on low and 2x NZXT 120mm and 1x NZXT 140mm all on lowest settings running in an H440 and while I wouldn't call it silent, it's reasonably quiet.

Is it worth adding the second in terms of performance? Are you able to control the fan speeds from the mobo?
post #3290 of 10487
Adding the second dropped temps by 2ish degrees so not tons but where I'm hovering around that 51c throttle point, it's worth it for me. I could control via the motherboard header but I just used a splitter and plugged them right into the card. They are relatively low wattage fans and should be fine off the card's header.
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