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post #1 of 16 Old 10-27-2018, 07:04 PM - Thread Starter
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Help with new HDTV PC Build

Been building PCs for like ever just wanted a hand in building my new PC ive got 3500k to spend,

I will be hooking it up to my 42inch LG 3D Smart TV lb6500 for the time being once i get the build i will upgrade my screen too.

(what would be a good display to go with the build)

I want something that is 4K/HDR capable PC runing a tuner + madVR etc....
Ill be mostly using it for media but will play games on it to....
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I guess you're in luck because I wrote a build guide for this purpose: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/26-ho...tpc-madvr.html.
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I’ll check it out when I get up thanks


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So you decided to celebrate with an ass shot? I think I'd call that more of a wedgie, but the cameraman has talent.

The forum mods will probably give you a warning for that pic, but you can take your chances.
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Haha I was thinking what are u talking about then I’m like oh yeh thanks for the heads up yeh still a sext ass don’t u think btw what do u think I should get a 1080ti or a 2080 stock card I’m thinking the 1080 ti is a better card atm
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If the RTX 2080 Ti wasn't so expensive, it would be a card that would last longer. It is 40% faster than a GTX 1080 Ti. But I'm not sure it is worth the price at this point.

I wouldn't worry as much about playing 4K videos and instead find a GPU that can play the video games you want to play at 4K with high frame rates. Find some benchmarks for some of the new games and compare a 1080 to a 2080.

If don't care as much about games, a GTX 1060 6GB is more than enough for playing 4K video with madVR.

I'd post a picture of my ass, but I don't know if I'm as good with a camera phone.
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If the RTX 2080 Ti wasn't so expensive, it would be a card that would last longer. It is 40% faster than a GTX 1080 Ti. But I'm not sure it is worth the price at this point.



I wouldn't worry as much about playing 4K videos and instead find a GPU that can play the video games you want to play at 4K with high frame rates. Find some benchmarks for some of the new games and compare a 1080 to a 2080.



If don't care as much about games, a GTX 1060 6GB is more than enough for playing 4K video with madVR.



I'd post a picture of my ass, but I don't know if I'm as good with a camera phone.


Funny you say that btw I know I’ve seen the benchmarks of the two!! Um I’ve got a gaming pc only for gaming and I got a RTX 2080 not ti but...

https://www.centrecom.com.au/gigabyt...0aAnOfEALw_wcB


I’ve tested madVR with it and I have never but problems check the post out


https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=175839

That’s why I was thinking for my media system I’ll get a 1080 ti btw it’s crazy playing games on it the 2080 !!


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I saw that post. That sounds like a significant problem. You may have to take parts of the CPU apart.
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I saw that post. That sounds like a significant problem. You may have to take parts of the CPU apart.
what do you mean by cpu parts?
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I looked at the progress at that thread and it looks like you rechecked all of the connections already. Swapping out parts might also help, but that probably isn't an option.

Further troubleshooting:

1. Check the Windows Event Viewer for errors after the reboot. If you find any errors that look relevant, post them in the thread at Doom9. A Google search may also reveal the answer.

2. It is more likely a hardware failure of a specific component. You could go through this thread and stress test each component of the PC for problems.

I don't know what else it could be. I don't think madVR has been tested to work with an RTX 2080 yet by anyone I've come across, but it is know to work with an RTX 2080 Ti.
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I looked at the progress at that thread and it looks like you rechecked all of the connections already. Swapping out parts might also help, but that probably isn't an option.

Further troubleshooting:

1. Check the Windows Event Viewer for errors after the reboot. If you find any errors that look relevant, post them in the thread at Doom9. A Google search may also reveal the answer.

2. It is more likely a hardware failure of a specific component. You could go through this thread and stress test each component of the PC for problems.

I don't know what else it could be. I don't think madVR has been tested to work with an RTX 2080 yet by anyone I've come across, but it is know to work with an RTX 2080 Ti.

1. Looked at Windows Event Viewer nothing came up just the same as any panic shut down/restart


2. Im thinking its a hardware problem looking in to it more......


3. Think i need to wait for more testing with 2080 others out there
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If the RTX 2080 Ti wasn't so expensive, it would be a card that would last longer. It is 40% faster than a GTX 1080 Ti. But I'm not sure it is worth the price at this point.



I wouldn't worry as much about playing 4K videos and instead find a GPU that can play the video games you want to play at 4K with high frame rates. Find some benchmarks for some of the new games and compare a 1080 to a 2080.



If don't care as much about games, a GTX 1060 6GB is more than enough for playing 4K video with madVR.



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Haha love this ^^^ sorry for late as rely


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I saw that post. That sounds like a significant problem. You may have to take parts of the CPU apart.


I never could fix this drama of Mine !!


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I never could fix this drama of Mine !!
I read your post and based on your symptoms, I don't think I'd suspect the power supply. If games work, that proves your power supply is fine. If it were me, I'd want to swap another 2080 card for the one you have and see if the symptoms follow the card or the system.

Also, the GPU has separate cores for decoding and encoding video. Games wont exercise those. If you're using some DXVA to decode video, it's possible you have a hardware issue in the decode cores that causes some sort of PCI event and reboots the system. I only bring this up because that's the difference between games and video playback.

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Experiment with older drivers and newer ones. Most computer issues have to do with video drivers...
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ok sorry for late post but i ended up fixing this.
The drama was in the gpu got this thing brand new and from the factory, it was a faulty card the company replaced it so after all it wasnt the power supply
cheers for all ur guys help much love
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