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Mossberg 590 - A Work In Progress for GameBanana.

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    > **Posted by Thanez** > > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > > > Thank's for that, I'm running x2 GTX 690's at 5.7 GHz most of the time. I have to clamp my CPU and frames or it will overheat my PC. I clamp it at like 150 FPS on CSS I think. It can go well over that but my temp will go into the 90C range very fast and may fry my computer. lol :D > > Well, I can say this: If you're having temp problems specifically on your graphics cards, adjusting the memory clock won't help much. > According to this, and I like AnandTech, neither of your GPUs should go into 90° at all unless you have airflow issues. > Your first step should be to look into the air-flow in your cabinet, perhaps buy some stronger fans, and set them up so you get an optimal 'fresh' air delivery straight to your cards. A GTX690 should never really reach 90° if conditions are optimal. > If you're forced to downclock (you shouldn't be), you should only ever adjust your CORE CLOCK. Your core clock is ~915MHz per core, depending on which brand you chose. Ok, thank you for telling me that, and by the way http://p3d.in/kKlIx<<<<<---- It looks nice :)
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    > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > Thank's for that, I'm running x2 GTX 690's at 5.7 GHz most of the time. I have to clamp my CPU and frames or it will overheat my PC. I clamp it at like 150 FPS on CSS I think. It can go well over that but my temp will go into the 90C range very fast and may fry my computer. lol :D Well, I can say this: If you're having temp problems specifically on your graphics cards, adjusting the memory clock won't help much. According to this, and I like AnandTech, neither of your GPUs should go into 90° at all unless you have airflow issues. Your first step should be to look into the air-flow in your cabinet, perhaps buy some stronger fans, and set them up so you get an optimal 'fresh' air delivery straight to your cards. A GTX690 should never really reach 90° if conditions are optimal. If you're forced to downclock (you shouldn't be), you should only ever adjust your CORE CLOCK. Your core clock is ~915MHz per core, depending on which brand you chose.
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    > **Posted by IppE** > > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > > > Not sure, I cant run at 5.7 GHz all the time. I'm not a huge computer nut. I use Nvidia Inspector and Overclock, I don't even think CSS can handle SLI. > > Pretty sure thats the memory clock, since that actually is ~6GHz for the GTX 600 series. CPU core/GPU Core clock that is not since getting 5.7GHz on a cpu, while possible, would require liquid nitrogen to cool it and on current GPUs its just not possible. Yea, As I said I'm not sure. I use my computer for a lot of modding of game's such as ArmA2 and VBS2 but I do not mod for CSS. I have some skin's for CSS that I made. None are close to most release's and I do not want to release them for fear of getting screamed at by people (like for example our millions of dollars worth of golden skin recolors that we have on GB that people make, that i'm not impressed of) I don't know how to fully use half the program's y'all use to do skins and such. ;-)
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    > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > Not sure, I cant run at 5.7 GHz all the time. I'm not a huge computer nut. I use Nvidia Inspector and Overclock, I don't even think CSS can handle SLI. Pretty sure thats the memory clock, since that actually is ~6GHz for the GTX 600 series. CPU core/GPU Core clock that is not since getting 5.7GHz on a cpu, while possible, would require liquid nitrogen to cool it and on current GPUs its just not possible.
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    > **Posted by IppE** > > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > > > I'm running x2 GTX 690's at 5.7 GHz most of the time. > > Just what clockspeed is that :I Sure as fuck ain't core. Not sure, I cant run at 5.7 GHz all the time. I'm not a huge computer nut. I use Nvidia Inspector and Overclock, I don't even think CSS can handle SLI.
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    > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > I'm running x2 GTX 690's at 5.7 GHz most of the time. Just what clockspeed is that :I Sure as fuck ain't core.
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    > **Posted by RedRogueXIII** > > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > > > Hey Thanez, Nice 590 I have a Mossberg 500 myself in reality. I have a question that if anyone could help me with. I hear the word "bake" alot what do that mean? I sub'ed as well Thanez. > > Bake is usually synonymous with the act of rendering to texture. Usually this is taking large amounts of data in 3D space and performing computations on it to transform it in to a finite sized 2D texture map. What can be rendered to texture is a variety of things, but most commonly are: > > - Normals in a normal map, which is capturing the direction that light will bounce of off a model in 3d space, usually from a much higher detailed and cpu intensive model to one more suitable for use in real time rendering. > > - Ambient occlusion in a AO map, which simulates the diffusion of light on a model based on it's geometry - nooks and small tightly covered areas will not receive much or any ambient light, while exposed faces will always be able to catch the full effect of any light that hits its. > > Rendering is done by the computer and requires no artist intervention once started, however it is quite performance intensive and depending on the power of the cpu / gpu will take various times on different computers. That said once the artist has started the render, or 'bake' the computer will be more or less unusable except for basic tasks without major slowdowns. It can be compared to putting something in the oven and then going to do something else for a while. Thank's for that, I'm running x2 GTX 690's at 5.7 GHz most of the time. I have to clamp my CPU and frames or it will overheat my PC. I clamp it at like 150 FPS on CSS I think. It can go well over that but my temp will go into the 90C range very fast and may fry my computer. lol :D
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    > **Posted by =DoubleFeed556=** > Hey Thanez, Nice 590 I have a Mossberg 500 myself in reality. I have a question that if anyone could help me with. I hear the word "bake" alot what do that mean? I sub'ed as well Thanez. Bake is usually synonymous with the act of rendering to texture. Usually this is taking large amounts of data in 3D space and performing computations on it to transform it in to a finite sized 2D texture map. What can be rendered to texture is a variety of things, but most commonly are: - Normals in a normal map, which is capturing the direction that light will bounce of off a model in 3d space, usually from a much higher detailed and cpu intensive model to one more suitable for use in real time rendering. - Ambient occlusion in a AO map, which simulates the diffusion of light on a model based on it's geometry - nooks and small tightly covered areas will not receive much or any ambient light, while exposed faces will always be able to catch the full effect of any light that hits its. Rendering is done by the computer and requires no artist intervention once started, however it is quite performance intensive and depending on the power of the cpu / gpu will take various times on different computers. That said once the artist has started the render, or 'bake' the computer will be more or less unusable except for basic tasks without major slowdowns. It can be compared to putting something in the oven and then going to do something else for a while.
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    You can really texture good, though I can't give any criticism (don't texture). And I love you because I've been looking for that website for the past three months ever since I first saw it! Thanks!
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    Hey Thanez, Nice 590 I have a Mossberg 500 myself in reality. I have a question that if anyone could help me with. I hear the word "bake" alot what do that mean? I sub'ed as well Thanez.
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