In game LFG is finally on their radar for Lightfall, but it might be the season after. The official mobile app has LFG now at least and it works fairly well but in game would be easier.
I’m up for Dungeons so I’ll add you.
Well to be fair Igor was saying certain adapters were bad, and that you should try and find a certain brand of adapter… meanwhile he had yet to see one fail in person. I’d rather see results in a video rather than have someone that stokes fears based on speculation.
I’m pretty sure windows orders and remembers the displays based off of a hardware ID. We have unassigned seating at my office and windows remembers every docking station you have configured after the initial screen placement.
Basically set it and forget it in windows and stop messing with what...
You could probably get a decent following these days if you posted more videos. Somehow a lot of fixit channels found their way onto my YouTube playlist and I barely ever search for stuff like board repairs.
I don’t remember the details, but one video I saw mentioned that undervolting the Ampere way limits two other clock rates behind the scenes leading to lower performance. This is the opposite of Ampere where it was basically free performance for less power.
The recommended way is to use the...
This is my best so far: https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/82597764
I think that's about as high as I can get until I can figure out how to give it more voltage. Maybe that's only an AIB thing? I know some can hit 1.1V, but mine seems to stay at 1.05V no...
I have the Fasgear cable from Amazon. I didn’t have any issues with the adapter other than the bulky size of it. The Fasgear cable cleaned things up nicely and hasn’t burnt yet, but I haven’t pushed it to 600w and probably won’t.
Yes, 3 is pretty standard when they go back to the PSU directly. Cablemods offers 3 or 4 connections but they said 3 is all you need. Corsair and Seasonic have a cable that only has two connections, but Seasonic had issues with theirs. PCI-E power spec is 150w per 8 pin connector, there are...
I didn't feel like waiting for a Cablemod cable so I went with the Fasgear one on Amazon that a few people have tried already. So far so good, I probably won't bother with a Cablemod cable at this point although I'm sure their build quality is a bit better. I also finally ditched my D15 in...
I am, I played 21 a bit and it was fun but it seems like every year more and more people hate the series.
To those that own it does the VR work well? Steam people say it doesn’t but who knows what type of system they were trying it with.
I'm noticing some coil whine on my FE in really high frame rate scenarios. It's not terrible yet, but it's there. The card is pretty quiet otherwise which makes it easier to hear the whine I think, it's much quieter overall compared to my 3080 ti hybrid.
I went from a 3950x to a 5800x3D since I don’t want to move to a new platform yet and don’t do anything that requires 16 cores these days. I think in a year I’ll see what’s out and maybe go with the new Intel chipset or AMD’s next round of AM5 chips.
Ya they have done a lot to improve the service for single player AI racing and for people pressed for time. I mostly do the road racing and pretty much every series on that side has a fixed setup option with a 20-30 minute race length. It makes it a lot easier to jump in and race.
Since people were asking about the Super NT in here, they announced the last run of it and the Mega SG will be available for order October 28. Mark your calendars if you want one.
I’m pretty sure they both know at least a little bit on what the other is up to. They might not know specific model names and pricing though so maybe AMD surprised Nvidia and they have to modify their product stack.
Or maybe it was all bluff to begin with. 🤔