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Originally Posted by Mato87 View Post

What card? If it's the new one, the gtx 1080 ti, then it's certainly possible. But I know for a fact you saying it never dips below 100 fps ia straight lie.
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Originally Posted by Drakeskull View Post

On a 2600k @4.4 here, and bf1 ultra at 1440p never dips below 100fps

On a 5775c@4.2 here, and BF1 ultra at 1440 never dips below 130. Maybe Amiens i hardly see 120ish.....


See u in the Battlefield!!!!
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

Yeah, cause I am considering selling my 4.9Ghz 4790k and get 5775c. If I OC it to 4.2/4.3GHZ- it will beat my 4790k, correct?

YES!
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It's a 1080 ti fe only have it running at 1936mhz. I'll take some videos in a conquest tonight.

Looking forward to it.
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I might have to get a 5775c one day.
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Quick question by the way, any of you guys encounter signal interrupting since the last time i asked?
(screen going black for one or two seconds, happens randomly)

It seems the card i just received from evga is a new one and i got the same issue as before the rma.
My friend who has a gtx 1070 has the exact same issue since he updated nvidia driver to the latest.
Also i am connected to a 4k tvscreen with hdmi and he is connected to a 1440p monitor with display port.
Since i have no issue at all with same display, same cable but maxwell gpu it would point the issue to either a second brand new faulty gpu (unlikely, also my friend gpu is not new) or to the driver directly, most likely the driver.

If it is a common issue it would be great if all the concerned people could send a bug report to nvidia to see this fixed.
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Originally Posted by zipeldiablo View Post

Quick question by the way, any of you guys encounter signal interrupting since the last time i asked?
(screen going black for one or two seconds, happens randomly)

It seems the card i just received from evga is a new one and i got the same issue as before the rma.
My friend who has a gtx 1070 has the exact same issue since he updated nvidia driver to the latest.
Also i am connected to a 4k tvscreen with hdmi and he is connected to a 1440p monitor with display port.
Since i have no issue at all with same display, same cable but maxwell gpu it would point the issue to either a second brand new faulty gpu (unlikely, also my friend gpu is not new) or to the driver directly, most likely the driver.

If it is a common issue it would be great if all the concerned people could send a bug report to nvidia to see this fixed.

Yes, I have the same issue, depends on cards power state and clocks. Certain OCs on the card trigger it more frequently than others, I figureed it was instability of the OC but then did some digging. It should be fixed in the next Nvidia Driver hopefully. And wasn't present in previous drivers I used. rolleyes.gif

I've not experienced this issue while gaming or watching videos, only when idle browsing the web or file explorer windows. Hbu?
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Yes, I have the same issue, depends on cards power state and clocks. Certain OCs on the card trigger it more frequently than others, I figureed it was instability of the OC but then did some digging. It should be fixed in the next Nvidia Driver hopefully. And wasn't present in previous drivers I used. rolleyes.gif

I only had the last two versions so i cannot say for the other drivers since i had the issue from the beginning.
Also my card is not oc, i run the card with stock nvidia profile because i am waiting for my wc block to arrive.

Please send an email to nvidia, the more we are the more chance we have for this issue to be fixed with next release wink.gif
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I only had the last two versions so i cannot say for the other drivers since i had the issue from the beginning.
Also my card is not oc, i run the card with stock nvidia profile because i am waiting for my wc block to arrive.

Please send an email to nvidia, the more we are the more chance we have for this issue to be fixed with next release wink.gif

Mind PM-ing me the info to contact them along with what it was you said exactly? thumb.gif

I've got a few e-mail accounts I can spam them with biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Kashtan View Post

For Starcraft 2 i wish make upgrade my CPU.
1080Ti definitely will not become a limitation.
But these tests confused me, until now I looked at Kaby Lake 7700k 7600k and 7350k, and waited 7740k and 7640k.
But...
http://www.pcgameshardware.de/Ryzen-7-1800X-CPU-265804/Tests/Test-Review-1222033/
So where is the truth? Kaby or Broadwell?
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

Yeah, cause I am considering selling my 4.9Ghz 4790k and get 5775c. If I OC it to 4.2/4.3GHZ- it will beat my 4790k, correct?
absolutely, at lower temps, too.

Look here for that knowledge. http://www.overclock.net/t/1583537/intel-broadwell-c-ownership-club/600#post_25986920


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Originally Posted by krutoydiesel View Post

I refuse! I will see what Performance PCs return policy is.
a man after my own heart.



[/quote]On a 5775c@4.2 here, and BF1 ultra at 1440 never dips below 130. Maybe Amiens i hardly see 120ish.....


See u in the Battlefield!!!![/quote]That's my dude! He listened and reaped the rewards. I told yall about dat 5775c on BF1. It's great.

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I might have to get a 5775c one day.
I should be getting a commission. I've sold like 5 of these lol.
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Mind PM-ing me the info to contact them along with what it was you said exactly? thumb.gif

I've got a few e-mail accounts I can spam them with biggrin.gif

Done biggrin.gif
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