- Feb 23, 2019
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|Processor||Ryzen 7 5800X|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite|
|Cooling||BeQuiet Dark Rock 4|
|Memory||2x16 GB Crucial Ballistix 3600 CL16 Rev E|
|Video Card(s)||RTX3080 Ti FE|
|Storage||SX8200 Pro 1 TB, Plextor M6Pro 256 GB, WD Blue 2TB|
|Case||SilverStone Primera PM01 RGB|
|Audio Device(s)||SoundBlaster G6 | Fidelio X2 | Sennheiser 6XX|
|Power Supply||SeaSonic Focus Plus Gold 750W|
|Mouse||SteelSeries Rival 300|
|Keyboard||MK Typist (Kailh Box White)|
Looks nice, a friend of mine is really into DCS and I'm always tempted to get into it.Been getting into DCS lately; got a VKB Gladiator NXT stick to start me off, currently waiting on a Winwing Orion throttle. For $150 the NXT blows every other entry level stick out of the water and is a pleasure to use. Loving the Kosmosima grip so much, might even upgrade it with a Gunfighter base later and keep the grip.
Wasn't originally set on the Orion throttle. But the TWCS is overpriced right now and needs slider mod, the X56 sucks ass (returned due to ghost inputs), and the TECS is probably going to coincide with Half Life 3 releasing, so Orion it is.
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Agreed. From 76C @ 180W, down to 45C at 205W+......I'm never complaining about the hassle of a loop. On air I see people brag about high OCs on TU106 all the time, but only on water can you really sustain the in-game clocks you think you're getting - HWInfo's GPU Effective Clock metric is great at gauging the difference.
Not nearly as much difference on the CPU outside of benching; too thermally dense to see much difference on ST, but can still be up to 5-10C cooler in Warzone/BFV/DCS where torturing a single core or two up to 80C+ on air.