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DoUrden
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Sorry but what are you trying to say?


Maybe I upgrade too often, but to me "high performance" is running things at or near max settings, I have a hard time believing the guy got the performance he claims when 6970s Crossfired or two GTX 580s were the top cards at the time.


stout
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Going to sell my titan xp if anyone is interested. Probably going to piece out my big rig actually


DoUrden
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
Trade it to your local crack dealer for taking the UT coaching job?


wadewilson
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
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titan xp


Had half a thought to buy my old roommate's titan xp and offer you for yours.


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stout
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
I will be back in Louisiana for Christmas and want to part it out since I won't be using it soon. This is what it has.

LINK


RATeamWannabe
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
Real talk, I know most of your parts are out of Burges price range, but shoot him a message if you do and see. Hes in State PoPo Academy so he may only be able to message you on weekends.


DoUrden
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
Are M2 drives worth it?


DoUrden
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nm
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Devious
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Here we go again


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stout
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DoUrden always starting trouble


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Devious
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He's a bully


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LSU Coyote
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
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I will be back in Louisiana for Christmas and want to part it out since I won't be using it soon. This is what it has.

Are you selling those DDR4 sticks at "normal" prices?

I'm interested in the 960 and those modules.


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DoUrden
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
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Are M2 drives worth it?


ILikeLSUToo
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Worth what for what? The nvme drives are faster than regular SSDs, but for strictly a gaming PC, it's pretty low on the list of things to spend $300 on.


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LSU Coyote
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Are M2 drives worth it?

M.2 is just the interface. M.2 can still be SATA.

You want an NVMe drive. Yes, M.2 NVMe drives are worth it. They are extremely responsive with far less controller latency over a SATA drive.


ILikeLSUToo
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I guess I just haven't noticed much of a difference since I haven't been using my desktop for work lately, just gaming.


illuminatic
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
Curious if you guys can help me. I have a 1080ti that's going in my work desktop but I couldn't resist so I brought it home first. I used DDU to clear my drivers and replaced my 1070 with the ti. I've played R6 Siege and PUBG since then and I'm not getting any performance difference. Am I bottlenecking my R5 1600 at 1080p or did I potentially do something wrong swapping them out? Rest of build is R5 1600
B350 PC mate mobo
16gb Corsair DDR4 3000
650w evga gold psu


DoUrden
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re: PC Discussion - Gaming, Performance and Enthusiasts
Are you talking about no improvement in FPS?

Maybe basic but is VSYNC turned on?


LSU Coyote
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What are you using to capture FPS?

What was it with the 1070 and what is it with the 1080Ti?


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illuminatic
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Are you talking about no improvement in FPS? 

Maybe basic but is VSYNC turned on


Correct. Vysnc is off in game and in the Nvidia control panel.


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What are you using to capture FPS? 

What was it with the 1070 and what is it with the 1080Ti?


I'm using in game overlay for Siege and my monitor overlay for Pubg.

I was averaging 120-140 fps on high with the 1070 on siege and around 80 or 90 in pubg. I'm getting exactly the same with the 1080ti.

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