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Stealth3si

Member Since 05 Jul 2007
Offline Last Active May 22 2017 04:13 PM
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EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black Edition Gaming

18 May 2017 - 06:11 PM

Planning to replace my card soon and buy a 4k TV eventually. I will be using it for a multi-seat gaming setup until then. I know it should fit my case and was wondering if it is compatible with the rest of my spec below, mainly my mobo and PSU.


Custom 1080 Ti less than 11"

29 March 2017 - 07:26 PM

I am looking for a custom 1080 Ti < 11" that will fit in my case. My 980 Ti barely fits with a quarter of an inch to spare.
 
My priority is:
1. Size
2. Performance
3. Noise
 
Anyone know which ones I can choose from?
 
Edit: Looks like I found one: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING. What is the noise level when overclocking?

Can I run Titanfall 2 at 60FPS on ultra at 1080p?

28 October 2016 - 01:30 AM

If not, what do I need?


Is it ok if I disable Windows 10 memory compression?

27 October 2016 - 05:12 PM

If I enable memory compression (via the mmagent cmdlet in powershell) I get this "error" in process explorer about a process called "memory compression" and the path reads "[a device attached to the system is not functioning.]":
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When I try to access any kind of information on it via properties settings, which there is none, it says "Access Is Denied" the only info I can see is threads tab that shows "ntoskrnlGetCompressionWorkspace" error.
 
Anyways, if I disable memory compression via the mmagent cmdlet in powershell, I no longer get the "error" in process explorer! The image below shows that memory compression is disabled with its "False" value:
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But the other features having "True" values show that superfetch/prefetch is currently enabled. Normally superfetch enables memory compression by default when superfetch is on, until I manually disabled memory compression.
 
Suppose Superfetch (and memory compression) was enabled before then I disabled the Superfetch service in Service Manager, well this is what the mmagent cmdlet in Powershell looks like.
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With Superfetch disabled, it also disables memory compression.
 
Currently, I have enabled Superfetch but since I manually disabled memory compression it stayed disabled. Otherwise, memory compression would have been automatically enabled alongside the Superfetch features.
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If do not watch 4k hdr content, is it still worth buying a 4k hdr display or should I j...

19 September 2016 - 01:47 AM

Would it be beneficial to use a 4k HDR TV if none of my content is 4k or HDR?