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Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: How to Noctua: Black RGB build

  • 18 months ago
  • 2 points

It is not completely the fault of the kit. The complete installation usually takes 2 hours of each kit and people get impatient.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: How to Noctua: Black RGB build

  • 18 months ago
  • 0 points

check my part List

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: How to Noctua: Black RGB build

  • 18 months ago
  • 1 point

That photo is taken during test, I'll upload some later

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: How to Noctua: Black RGB build

  • 18 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm the actually the first person who noticed the hybrid kit has potential problems. The installation process is complicated, the shroud can easily scratch components on PCB. But you can still successfully install it if being patient. The topic is quite popular on EVGA forum.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: 8700K SLI 1080Ti delidded Non-RGB Prestige Fps Build

  • 22 months ago
  • 1 point

No, I haven't experienced a problem installing the h110 cooler on the Asus motherboard. The compactors are placed in curved shape specifically to avoid contact with the cooler. If you have a problem to install it on the MSI motherboard, it's time to find another cooler. Don't use force.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: 8700K SLI 1080Ti delidded Non-RGB Prestige Fps Build

  • 24 months ago
  • 2 points

XL2546 is the best 240Hz monitor from Benq/Zowie. But I suggest waiting for the 2K 240Hz monitor in 2018. And never buy a G-sync titled 240Hz monitor, G-sync is useless and causing input lag for a high fresh rate monitor.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: 8700K SLI 1080Ti delidded Non-RGB Prestige Fps Build

  • 24 months ago
  • 1 point

List the games you want to see.

I saw you multiple times on other forums asking for 4K SLI benchmark. The result mostly goes to: You add another card for 4K resolution, you get probably 80% fps gain.

Actually, dude, I'm not interested in 4K benchmark at all. It's maxed 60Hz in fresh rate with the current 4K monitor. I got a headache because of that. My build is for fps gain, not for resolution.

But list the games that you want me to do the benchmark. I'll get it done once I have the time.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: 8700K SLI 1080Ti delidded Non-RGB Prestige Fps Build

  • 25 months ago
  • 1 point

Not at all. You get 200+fps on Siege you'll probably get the best fps on any other games. This game is also a benchmark title both stress CPU and GPUs

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: 8700K SLI 1080Ti delidded Non-RGB Prestige Fps Build

  • 25 months ago
  • 1 point

Thet are on the PSU, all of them

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: 8700K SLI 1080Ti delidded Non-RGB Prestige Fps Build

  • 25 months ago
  • 1 point

Currently 1080P benchmark. Probably 4K benchmark after water-cooled GPU kit installed

Comment reply on Forum Topic "1080 Ti SLI PSU?"

  • 26 months ago
  • 1 point

Depends on your load. It's your choice after all.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Opinions on my ASUS GTX 1080ti SLI?"

  • 26 months ago
  • 1 point

It's not enough. Never cheap out on PSU. An overclocked 8700K will draw almost 400W, an overclocked 1080ti will draw at least 400W and maybe even more.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "1080 Ti SLI PSU?"

  • 26 months ago
  • 1 point

Get an at least 1250W gold certificated PSU, never cheap out on PSU. An overclocked 8700K will draw 400W, an overclocked 1080ti will draw 400W too and maybe even more. You don't want to see in the middle of heavy load computer just shut down due to power surge.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Opinions on my ASUS GTX 1080ti SLI?"

  • 26 months ago
  • 1 point

1000W PSU is not enough, get an at least 1250W gold certificated PSU if you plan on some light overclocking. Get a 1600W if you plan on heavy overclocking.

Comment reply on skygunner27's Completed Build: C700P Build

  • 26 months ago
  • 1 point

SO, you get 200fps in games now? I know a fact few games can do that in recent years. (not for CSGO or Overwatch or Quake)

What's your game benchmark in Rainbow Six Siege or Battlefield 1 at only 1080P? (No kidding, at 1440P 200+ fps is super demanding in modern title)

There's no PLX Z370 on the market right now. So 1080Ti SLI will run with 8700K at x8/x8. But a 8700k won't bottleneck GPUs as much as 7700k does.

If 8700K is good. I'll probably switch to it. Currently I have 7700K with PLX motherboard which enables x16/x16 1080Ti SLI and a 240Hz XL2546 monitor to go for that 200+fps.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: 4K lazy low-profile anti-RBG overkill with Intel and EVGA 1080Ti SLI

  • 28 months ago
  • 0 points

it's static color and I can completely turn it off, just too lazy to turn it off.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: My First Powerful PC Build GTX980 SLI

  • 47 months ago
  • 1 point

760 watts is enough , recently i played XCOME 2 and Assassin's Creed Syndicate, both game makes the GTX980s running at 98%, yet the overall power usage is still under 650w.

Comment reply on sharkey1331's Completed Build: Gaming Power Cube

  • 50 months ago
  • 1 point

nice build! the case handles the heat well. i have a similar mid-tower build with CoolerMaster T4 CPU fan and 3 case fans, i5-4460 never reach 40C in winter under 70%-90% workload for gaming and MSI GTX960's thermaltake fans hardly spins until it reach 60C under full workload.

Comment reply on BattlePooP's Completed Build: My First Powerful PC Build GTX980 SLI

  • 50 months ago
  • 1 point

it's dust filters. the air still flows through it. it's meant to block dust from outside.

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