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  1. What is the recommended cable setup for the required three PCIe 8 Pin cables needed for the EVGA RTX 3090 FTW Ultra (if I can ever beat out the bots in getting one) using a Corsair HX850 (CP-9020138-NA)? Do I run two of the PCIe 8 pin (6+2) cables, with connecting both of the 6+2 pins on one cable and have just one 6+2 pin on the other cable connected? Or do I need to run three PCIe 8 pin (6+2) cables and only connect one 6+2 pin from each cable? Thanks for your feedback!!
  2. Hello, Everything in my build is iCue compatible except for the GPU. I was contemplating pulling my EVGA RTX 2080 ti XC Ultra apart and disabling the EVGA LED's and installing a Corsair LED strip in the card. I'm curious if anyone has ever disabled EVGA's crappy RGB and installed a LED strip in the shroud to light it up. Maybe not disable them as I can just shut them off, but I'd like anyone's feedback on adding a strip to it so I can sync it with everything else. I'd find it hard to believe if no one has done this :laughing:. Any feedback would be appreciated. EVGA's RGB is super antiquated compared to iCue and it's bugging the crap out of me! Thanks!
  3. [ame] [/ame] This video I just made today goes into the 570x mirror black case and overclocking the ftw3 ultra 2080 ti with precision x1. Love this rig so much. Can't wait to make the custom loop!
  4. Hello, I was struggling for a long time with input lag on my keyboard. While playing some games I had a weird input lag, with slight delays pressing the buttons, or it would stuck for half a second or not work at all for half a second. Those kind of things. Now I found out wat the culprit was, EVGA Precision X was causing the problems. I found out about this problem in Watch Dogs 2, and also in Siege, which are both Ubisoft games. I had the problem in Overwatch too, but I repaired the problem in there by reinstalling CUE. And then the problem was gone. I tried the same for Siege and Watch Dogs 2, but for those it didn't work. At last I thought it had to be a program causing the interference, and after messing around I found out EVGA Precision was the problem. So might this be interfering with CUE? Is this a known problem? Do more people have/had this problem? Is there a fix coming for this? For me the fix right now is turning of EVGA Precision when I am gonna play this game. But I thought people should know this is the problem, and also the fix if people are finding the same problem. TL;DR The input lag on they Corsair keyboard (K70 in my case) is fixable by turning EVGA Precision X off. That fixed it for me.
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