I lol’d just reading this last page. @Rojer ‘s speed of replying seemed to dip after that post...Turns out there is no Ti super after all:
The RTX 2080 Ti will remain at the top of Nvidia's product stack, lacking any form of "Super" replacement. This makes sense given Nvidia's lack of competition in the high-end of the graphics market.
Yeah, LINK was infinitely better, fan speed control is utter rubbish on iCUE.Anyone having issues with iCue (for Corsair stuff)?
It upgraded itself now won't even load anymore. Has to be the worst bit of configuration software on earth.. never buying Corsair again. Every time they upgrade iCue it breaks completely
I thought that was your before spec haha was waiting for an updated spec list. Even so still a capable setup. I really need to start working on a new one.Upgraded my pc internals today.
- i7 4790K cpu unlocked.
- ASUS Z97-P M/B.
- 32gb vengeance pro ddr3 ram.
- one of those 1TB SSD M.2 hard drive things.
- gigabyte GeForce GTX OC 970 4gb. windforce graphics card.
- Corsair 550 PSU.
Not going to set the world alight by any means but I’m only upgrading so I can run COD modern warfare and enjoy a half decent image
All in all it owes me about £350.
Decent price, but I imagine that's 2x 10TB drives, so if you want some comfort/redundancy you're only going to get 10TB usable.Thought I'd pop this here rather than in the general black friday deals thread as it's a bit niche.
£400 for a 20Tb NAS drive, a genuinely good deal according to the price tracking websites, assuming you are looking for a big NAS drive that is.
I need a backup and streaming box so what the hell. Deal ends in 12 hours.
I forget that 7 TB is a lot of data generally for home stuff (for most people anyway), so I did giggle inside until I remembered that, hah.Yep it's 2x10, which even running in RAID 1 is still overkill for me. Need a backup solution for two PCs and one server plus a streaming box - all in about 7 TB worth of data assuming I back up absolutely everything.
I had a customer ring me today moaning that they hadn’t allocated enough storage to something and were asking me how much more they needed.I forget that 7 TB is a lot of data generally for home stuff (for most people anyway), so I did giggle inside until I remembered that, hah.
(Work in storage)
You've a whole batch of issues going on there - lol. The clipping noise will likely be down to the bus getting saturated with data - there are too many resources/devices trying to buy time from the system (CPU & memory) and the whole thing simply isn't coping.Right CS I need some help if possible with some weird PC problems. I've never had any issues with this PC build ever and then all of a sudden I have a couple over the space of a few days.
Firstly, my sound is totally fucked. It keeps popping and crackling, through headphones and speakers too. I've tried different headphones etc and it's all the same. I'm using a Sound BlasterX AE-5 so it's a half decent and newish card. It does the same if I use the onboard too, so I know it's not a sound card issue and I've also tried updating drivers. Also, whenever I watch a video of any sort, could be Youtube, VLC, iPlayer etc, after a few mins the video and audio slowly loose sync and it's dead fustrating. Resetting the video fixes it for 5 mins....
I downloaded Latencymon and it's giving the following -
Your system appears to be having trouble handling real-time audio and other tasks. You are likely to experience buffer underruns appearing as drop outs, clicks or pops. One or more DPC routines that belong to a driver running in your system appear to be executing for too long. One problem may be related to power management, disable CPU throttling settings in Control Panel and BIOS setup. Check for BIOS updates.
It wasn't that long ago since a fresh install too, but maybe that's the fix?
The other issue is that I have 2 M2 drives, an SSD and 2 HDD's. If I plug both HDD's into the Sata then it shows neither, but if I plug in 1 at a time that shows fine lol. I'll try some different SATA ports for this issue though
My mistake - looks like 1x 8-pin?Made that mistake already I now have a Corsair 750w which has all the correct connections
It's running in AHCI mate, I've tried a few different suggestions from the interwebs to no avail. I'm just going to fresh format I think, even though it really wasn't that long ago when I did the last one. I wonder what has caused it, it's by no means a slow system etc. After I format I'm just going to install each program one by one and run Latencymon see if there's a specific culprit.You've a whole batch of issues going on there - lol. The clipping noise will likely be down to the bus getting saturated with data - there are too many resources/devices trying to buy time from the system (CPU & memory) and the whole thing simply isn't coping.
What mode do you currently have the SATA controller set to? RAID, AHCI or potentially IDE? There is a chance that the ports themselves (or controller) are damaged and simply don't recognise drives plugged into them. I've currently got an M.2, an SSD and 2x SATAs - and I know full well that I've got a couple of ports on the controller that are simply dead. No drive at any point is detected upon connection.
Is your main boot partition on two drives set to RAID1? That could explain the long boot time, if the controller is having a few on/off issues with the drives - it maybe attempting to rebuild the RAID volume each time.
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With regards to the sound issue, it could simply be driver related - though that's never always fixed issues completely. Having had various Creative Labs cards going way back to the SoundBlaster 16 ASP, I did experience a lot of clipping with a card years ago. As a temporary measure, I switched to onboard audio and that stopped the issues immediately. I went back to SoundBlaster cards a couple of years later and all has been fine since.It's running in AHCI mate, I've tried a few different suggestions from the interwebs to no avail. I'm just going to fresh format I think, even though it really wasn't that long ago when I did the last one. I wonder what has caused it, it's by no means a slow system etc. After I format I'm just going to install each program one by one and run Latencymon see if there's a specific culprit.