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vissersven

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We got it running, 4.5 ghz with 24gb on 1844mhz on memory. Turns out i needed some time off and start fresh again. Cinebench score of 1041 and nice and cozy under a max of 70 degrees +/-
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If u guys want to know the settings im happy to post them.

U guys are right about getting a new system. Logically wise.
But for us. We live together. We have a good system that we both can use whenever we want. She wants to join me with gaming once in a while and likes to edit photo's. She was happy with her old system but yeah she can see the difference now. A8-6600k amd with 1050ti. Its not my first rodeo with xeons we have a few lying around. And with a new 2070 for grabs for us it made sence to put a nice system together for her. And i wanted to try watercooling. With my 1070ti dying. And second hand prices dropping i got myself a 1080 ti for our main system. Our main system is also used for our company. A month later the 2070 came in. We could sell it or put it to use.
All together i used a xeon and motherboard i had to make her a system. Watercooled it and pinked it out to make it girly. We need to get 60fps because of the old screen. And on default the xeon had no issues doing that. But it bugged me because i knew it had more potential.

 

MaddMutt

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We got it running, 4.5 ghz with 24gb on 1844mhz on memory. Turns out i needed some time off and start fresh again. Cinebench score of 1041 and nice and cozy under a max of 70 degrees +/-
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If u guys want to know the settings im happy to post them.

If you could Please :) This way, WE can pass on the knowledge that we have learned. :thup:
 
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vissersven

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If you could Please :) This way, WE can pass on the knowledge that we have learned. :thup:
Here u go. I have been testing for a long run and can certainly say its stable now. Several tests. Plus playing bfv for a few hours. Spectater mode though. I hit 150fps in bfv on multiplayer and 70 in spectator mode. I found this weird but what gives..

Oh btw i changed the timings to 30. I overlooked that the last time. 20181231_010120.jpeg 20181231_010149.jpeg 20181231_013007.jpeg 20181231_013023.jpeg 20181231_013034.jpeg 20181231_013737.jpeg

 
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vissersven

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Here u go. I have been testing for a long run and can certainly say its stable now. Several tests. Plus playing bfv for a few hours. Spectater mode though. I hit 150fps in bfv on multiplayer and 70 in spectator mode. I found this weird but what gives..

Oh btw i changed the timings to 30. I overlooked that the last time. View attachment 203197View attachment 203198View attachment 203199View attachment 203200View attachment 203201View attachment 203202
Ok this old hardware doesnt like the new days. But it still has some life left. It took me a few days of it and a fresh start to get things stable. If it crashes in the future we know its software (updates) related. 20181231_014356.jpeg