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  1. So I have a 3090 FE powered with 2 separate "pig tail" PCI-E cables from a RM850X (rest of build specs in profile). I occasionally do some machine learning that creates power spikes. Specifically, the GPU can load back-and-forth from ~20W to ~340W. Unfortunately, these spikes lead to an immediate computer shut down. While it is a hungry system, the build is otherwise stable even under heavy steady load (at most I get to 600W total) - however any large GPU spikes as mentioned crashes the entire system, even if total load is way below 850W. No shutdowns happen when I use a 1KW PSU, which means the RM850X is the culprit here. Possibly OCP is being triggered. Is an RM850X supposed to handle those ~300W spikes and therefore I have a defective unit? Or will all RM850X have OCP triggered because of those spikes?
  2. Problem is in title; iCUE background processes/services (4 of them) keep the Nvidia dgpu active instead of letting Optimus switch to the Intel igpu, iCUE is disabled in startup so it shouldn't be running. Any advice to keep those services from running when the program isn't running? I have to either uninstall the software to keep the graphics switching behaviour working, or close those 4 processes multiple times (they restart a couple of times for some reason:mad:) every time when starting Windows. Behaviour is the same with multiple different versions of iCUE. Thanks. *Edit* 4 services, not 3.
  3. I know it has been said many times that iCue should be excluded in the Nvidia Control panel but that does not seem to be working. So I'll describe the problem and hope someone can provide definitive steps to resolve. - Recently, last month or so, I noticed that iCue started showing the nVidia Overlay in it's systray popup window and main UI - this did not previously happen. - I never had an Nvidia exclusion setup (for about a year) but now, for whatever reason iCue is upset by Nvidia Overlay or vice-versa. Even if I add the exlusion (maybe not doing it right) it still shows the overlay. - If I launch a game, like pubg, iCue hard crashes. If I relaunch it, the game crashes. They will not co-exist. - Disabling the Nvidia Overlay stops this from happening. So, first, any idea why this has recently started being an issue? And second, since I'd like to run run the FPS overlay, how can I exclude iCue correctly - clear steps or screenshot would be appreciated? edit: from what I can see after a few google searches, Nvidia needs to add an exclusion for iCue to the geforce experience settings. Wallpaper Engine developer had the same issue.
  4. Hi, I just received a Corsair One i165 two days ago (love it) and I was wondering if there might be a RTX 2080 Ti Super version in the near future. Basing everything on rumors at this point so its likely that Corsair doesn’t have an official position on this yet, but thought I’d get the conversation rolling. Exciting times, folks. https://wccftech.com/exclusive-nvidias-super-gpus-unleashing-monsters/
  5. Corsair One, 1080 (not Ti)... Installation of the 398.82 drivers was successful, and to my knowledge without issue. But on reboot the CORSAIR ONE Diagnostics informed me of an issue that was visible from Device Manager - everything displays without issue, but Device Manager shows an error that required stopping due to code 43. Several reboots, still the same so... I rolled back the driver to the previous - 398.36 - and rebooted. Device Manager lists the display adapter without issues.
  6. APOLLYON (V2) Full details & HQ pics; https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/b/XtnH99 PC PERIPHERALS SETUP BENCHMARKS AMA here or over on PCPartPicker!
  7. Will any of corsair cooling adapters work with 1080ti? For example HG10 N980?
  8. Hallo zusammen, da ich momentan mit dem Gedanken liebäugel mir eine 2. GTX 1080 für mein System zuzulegen dieser Thread. Ich habe mir gerade gesleevete Kabel für mein Corsair RM650i gekauft und möchte nun an diesem noch eine 2. 1080 mit Strom befeuern. Die Frage ist nur, wie soll das gehen? Ich habe ein 650 Watt Netzteil damals mit gutem gewissen gekauft, um mir die Möglichkeit offen zu halten eine 2. GPU mit ausreichend Strom befeuern zu können. Nun stell ich fest, dass mein Netzteil nur 3x Anschlüsse für PCI-e-Strom besitzt, also 1x mal für CPU und 2x für GPU. Denke ich falsch oder ist für mich kein SLI unter einem 650 Watt (!!!) Netzteil möglich ? Andere Netzteilhersteller, wie z.B. beQuiet liefern in der Größenklasse an Netzteilen SLI-fähige Netzteile/Crossfire-fähige Netzteile für bis zu 3 Karten. Hat jemand eine funktionierende Lösung, die optisch zu verkraften ist ? PS: Mein RM650i ist derzeit über schwarz/weiß-gesleevte Kabel von Bitfenix angeschlossen. MfG J.Corrigeux
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