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08 Oct 2018 23:54

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Source of the post No matter how deep I search I can not find any openGL benchmarks outside linux.

'FurMark' is an OpenGL benchmark. https://geeks3d.com/furmark/

I can't find any scores newer than 1080Ti, seems there is little updates to the database in recent years.  Most of the GPUs on there are the 7 series and AMD HD it's that out of date.
 
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CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K 4.2GHz 6-Core Processor - RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 - GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition
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10 Oct 2018 21:25

Nice one.   I can name a few doing similar.
 
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11 Oct 2018 00:39

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You watch The National? I mean, yes I can see that you must sometimes since you posted this, but what do you think of it?
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11 Oct 2018 03:41

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Source of the post I have steam now but I really dislike it. It's clunky to use, has problems and restrictions I can't find solutions for and really slows my PC startup time down with it's constant updating which takes 2-3 min every time I start causing other services sometimes to fail to start.

I can mention several programs that for me are necessarily running since the boot-up, but Steam is surely not one of those, so I chose to not load it when windows starts in settings.
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11 Oct 2018 10:17

Stellarator, only watched this because Rossmann posted this

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12 Oct 2018 14:40

guys gtx 1050ti good for se 0.990
my pc intel core i5 6600k and nvidia gtx 1050ti 4gb ram 8 ddr4 :I love astronomy And I love My star Rigel Orion And nebula M42/43 And I love SpcaeenginE
 
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13 Oct 2018 07:27

yes it should be enough seeing your spec
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16 Oct 2018 10:37

I took the plunge and spent (a lot of) money on a GTX 1080 Ti. Holy hell is this thing amazing. Nearly 75% faster than the 980 Ti I was using before, at least in some tests.

Here are some pictures I took of it:

MSI Gaming X 1080 Ti (top) vs EVGA SC+ 980 Ti (bottom)
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16 Oct 2018 14:30

looking sweet! 
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Much more order than in mines... Do you have RAID 1 for the system and programs, and RAID 5 for data?
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Source of the post Do you have RAID 1 for the system and programs, and RAID 5 for data?

No, all drives are independent.
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16 Oct 2018 16:46

Asus X370 prime ?


I see you have the GN mod mat :P
 
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Source of the post Asus X370 prime ?

Yes

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Source of the post I see you have the GN mod mat

Yes I do 8-)
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