RTX 4000 series thread... [No scalping discussion]

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i need the gpu to be able to run the game "path of exile" at higher fps and run smoothly
i had get a ips monitor support 165hz
so hope to look for 3080/90 or 90 ti ...if not will buy 4080
4090 very gain ...but price different heart pain :(
 

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i need the gpu to be able to run the game "path of exile" at higher fps and run smoothly
i had get a ips monitor support 165hz
so hope to look for 3080/90 or 90 ti ...if not will buy 4080
4090 very gain ...but price different heart pain :(
Just curious if POE is that GPU intensive to begin with? I am asking because I played POE quite a lot of years back. Though I know they made changes to the game over the years, but I believe the underlying game engine is quite dated. But to the point of needing a 3080/ 3090 to get to 165 FPS to match the 165Hz monitor may be overkill?
 

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Just curious if POE is that GPU intensive to begin with? I am asking because I played POE quite a lot of years back. Though I know they made changes to the game over the years, but I believe the underlying game engine is quite dated. But to the point of needing a 3080/ 3090 to get to 165 FPS to match the 165Hz monitor may be overkill?
I see real gamers test the game and it eats a lot of GPU. From the reading, my estimation is running @ 144hz should need a good CPU too.
 

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Finally got my card ready and manage to do some tests run today to bench how much this card can go using 3dmark time spy extreme.

Pretty satisfied but the score a I didn't manage to get a top yield to score higher. I think galax card is really a good buy.

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Yep everything local. Roughly between 5.6-5.8k without ram and SSD. Nope using the FSP Hydro G Pro 1000W PCIe 5 PSU
Which shop(s) you sourced your parts from locally? Like case, GPU card, CPU, Mo, RAM, SSD, PSU, AIO etc?

Can give a breakdown (part and shop)..........................no need to give prices.......................I can find out later

I would like to have a RTX4090 setup too. I estimate my setup to be about 10K

Thanks
 

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Strix 4090 OC inside Hyte Y60, it fits. Ran furmark with tempered glass on 78 degrees, without glass 65 degrees. Played MW2, max temps around 62 degrees.

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Wow, the glass make it look like a fish tank
 

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Which shop(s) you sourced your parts from locally? Like case, GPU card, CPU, Mo, RAM, SSD, PSU, AIO etc?

Can give a breakdown (part and shop)..........................no need to give prices.......................I can find out later

I would like to have a RTX4090 setup too. I estimate my setup to be about 10K

Thanks
Won't be that expensive lah.

$859 |13900k from NVX Systems
$545 |Z790i MSI Edge from Vulcan Computers
$350 |6600c34 Gskill from Amazon
$250 |980 Pro Samsung 2TB from Amazon
$250 |980 Pro Samsung 2TB from Amazon
$400 |Asus Loki 1000w PSU (12vhpwr ready) from CyberCypher
$149 |Arctic Freezer II 360 from Quality Builds
$2600 | 4090 Gigabyte Gaming OC from Madcow
$140+ $95 | O11 mini w/ 4.0 vertical riser kit from TekkieGeek (to fit big GPU)

Total: $5638 for a complete TOTL build that's easy to build.
 
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Strix 4090 OC inside Hyte Y60, it fits. Ran furmark with tempered glass on 78 degrees, without glass 65 degrees. Played MW2, max temps around 62 degrees.

Vl8CnTg.jpg
The space between the GPU fans and the glass panel must be tight for an air-cooled GPU.

You can improve the thermals in 2 ways

1) Use a GPU AIO like this guy did below. The GPU is thinner since it's water-cooled



2) Move the GPU back with the

EZDIY-FAB Vertical PCIe 4.0 GPU Mount Bracket Graphic Card Holder, Video Card VGA Support Kit​



BTW I can see you posted here 😁

 
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