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  2. Bitter

    MJOLNIR mini-ITX Case on LTT forum?

    The glass panel results are a little dissapointing but to be expected however, and let me say this is a crazy idea, what if you put a pattern of holes in the glass panel to let a little more air through? The rough edges of the holes would also catch the RGB lighting and look pretty crazy. I'm pretty sure that's cost prohibitive though, maybe a 'made to order' option?
  3. Untitled

    WQHD with or without GSYNC ?

    for gaming I like Asus one better. but if you're not a hard core gamer. then MSI would be a better choice. cheaper, slightly better color and curved, more immersive for movies For G-sync. well, if you're sensitive to screen shuttering then you might need a G-sync. or simply turn in-game V-sync on and accept some little input lag. if you never use the g-sync and never have any problem, then forget about the sync, you don't need it.
  4. Gogsona

    Can It Run?!

    Hey Guys , So I am planning to upgrade my pc , it has Asus motherboard "P7H55-M LX" I have i3 550 in it righ nw and I am planning to put in I7 870 because I cant afford new pc xd , So I am interested that Can I7 870 Max Out GTX 960 or GTX 1050 ? and feel free to give me advice to what to put in my pc ! thx
  5. Spotty

    Difference between models

    I'm confused. Which units do you mean by old one and new one? Neither versions of the RMx have been multi rail. The RM is single rail as well. There's only been one version of the RMi (hasn't there?)
  6. VegetableStu

    AMD Computex live stream

    jeeeeezz i'm already having to add to the thread already ,_,
  7. iAmtheRealJay

    Thoughts on this monitor

    its on $115 rn, guess i'll just go save more then.
  8. AngryBeaver

    First custom loop h500

    Just wanted to put this out there. If you are already looking to move to a custom loop build you might as well get a much nicer case for it. Something similar to the view71. Then you can run several big rads if you want. If your goal is to cool both the GPU and CPU I would aim for dual 280mms or better. Fyi a 280mm rad has almost as much surface area as a 360mm. 140x280 = 39,200 120x360 = 43,200 So only about 10% more, but a 280mm is often times much easier to fit in a case.
  9. Stormseeker9

    M.2s and SSDs

    Go into the bios and change boot order to the m.2 ssd. Then install windows in it
  10. Im on 18.04.2 LTS so no issues .
  11. Stormseeker9

    Gigabyte AD27QD - Worth it compared to competition?

    Told you, it’s a fantastic screen for the price. Hard to beat i find - and at thar price you currently have in Norway it’s a steal!
  12. -Kriss-

    This is a good case right?

    The case looks like it dosent have any significant lip aroud the screen, its probably ok but id look for something with a taller lip personally. I had a similar case for my g3 from spigen and it was all right.
  13. And that is a huge issue right there.
  14. Pentex

    M.2s and SSDs

    How can I differentiate between the two upon installing windows, lets say I want to install windows on the SSD, how do I know that it is the SSD and not the M.2 since they both have the same capacity?
  15. Yes you can, you need to register yourself as a business to Microsoft and go through the channel, as a business, to get it. Same for LTS support from the big distros.
  16. Kamzook

    [Canada] Wireless noise-cancelling headphones

    Thank you for the suggestions, @rice guru and @Quadriplegic ! Hmm I see. I guess I would have to try them out. The noise isn't extremely loud, it's often muffled sounds coming through the walls when they're watching the television loudly or have people over. When I put my HD518 I don't really hear them anymore but I need to have music on at all times for them to be effective and that's annoying The 1000MX3 look pretty awesome, I've seen them praised a lot. I'll check them out in store and see if I can find them used somewhere Are these the ones? https://www.amazon.ca/TaoTronics-Cancelling-Headphones-Bluetooth-Cellphone/dp/B07PHRHK79 Also, follow-up question, my main PC doesn't have bluetooth, do these come with their own "dongles" or do I need to get something like this : https://www.amazon.ca/Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-TaoTronics-Simultaneously/dp/B013ULOP10/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_107_bs_lp_t_1/135-6068418-8084801?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=XQAQ4VDZJYZN1ZQCCK5H Thank you very much for your help
  17. @B0ey here a build i I threw together for you. Don’t know much about peripherals, so ill let that over to other forum members. but in all honesty, tomorrow we will know more about zen 2 after AMD’s keynote before computex tomorrow morning (Taiwan time). if even part of the rumours are true, it’s going to be a goodden. Rumoured is a release in Q3 this year, but we will most likely know tomorrow when. Part List Type Item Price CPU AMD - Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7 GHz 8-Core Processor $279.89 @ Amazon Motherboard MSI - B450 GAMING PRO CARBON AC ATX AM4 Motherboard $139.99 @ Walmart Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory $84.99 @ Newegg Storage Transcend - MTS800 32 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive $14.99 @ Amazon Storage Samsung - 860 Evo 1 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive $147.99 @ Amazon Video Card MSI - Radeon VII 16 GB Video Card $699.99 @ Amazon Case Fractal Design - Meshify C ATX Mid Tower Case $99.98 @ Newegg Power Supply Corsair - RMx (2018) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply $73.98 @ Newegg Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts Total (before mail-in rebates) $1561.80 Mail-in rebates -$20.00 Total $1541.80 Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-05-26 11:25 EDT-0400
  18. Skiiwee29

    Need some expert input

    Wait for another 12ish hours.. AMD is giving the keynote opening for Computex in about 11 1/2hrs and are expected to announce there new Zen 2 CPUs and are widely expected to launch in July. Hopefully we get some real hard numbers and facts about them beyond a quick cinebench run like we got at CES earlier this year.
  19. Untitled

    How does 1080p look on a 1440p monitor?

    1080p looks fine on 1440p. if you play game on 1440p and stream on 1080p. then your processor will process it and broadcast in 1080p. so, no problem as long as your cpu is powerful enough
  20. Trixanity

    AMD Computex live stream

    Like this
  21. Between a “Small Business” router and a typical home router - usually nothing, in fact this whole category is known as “SOHO Routers” meaning Small Office / Home Office (the term was coined before it was common for every home to have one, and instead was only common for people who worked from home). The next step up is small/medium business routers that are similar to SOHO routers, but also include features like telephone support (analog or VOIP), subscription based security updates and filtering, and many more ports. At the final step, routers split into two specialized categories. On the one side is pure routers, which ONLY perform the task of routing traffic - they have no wireless, no firewall or other security features, no VPN support either server or client. These are used by ISPs or where the ISP(s) enter a large office. The other side is known as Hardware Firewalls, which includes the sub categories of “Next Generation Firewall” (NGFW) and “Unified Threat Management” (UTM). Hardware Firewalls inspect every bit of traffic going in or out and apply a variety of rules. They almost always are supported by subscription based updates.
  22. TetraSky

    Ryzen 3000 desktop APUs

    Well obviously I wasn't suggesting OP to just plop a regular Zen2 CPU in there. I was referencing their APU lineup on that one. Because for all we know, AMD could very well announce their new APU tomorrow, too. The fact ASROCK even updated the BIOS to support AMD's next gen Ryzen, could be a clue that there will be such an announcement... Otherwise it's kind of a pointless update when the motherboard doesn't even have a PCI-e slot.
  23. The Gigabyte Z390 UD is a decent entry level board and will easily handle an 8700K. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/cHZFf7/gigabyte-z390-ud-atx-lga1151-motherboard-z390-ud
  24. -Kriss-

    Oneplus 7 pro or Samsung s10?

    I got the oneplus 7 pro and its a pretty good phone, other than the fact that the screen is curved i have no complaints so far. If its better than the samsung galaxy s10+ is probably subjective.
  25. I'm upgrading my PC and need some input, this is what I'm buying... I've got a RTX2080Ti for the GPU. Is this the "best-in-class" that I can buy? What changes would you recommend? (please recommend something from Amazon.ca as I live in rural Canada and don't have access to the great shops in the city) I will be using it for gaming and some 4k video editing (I'm not a professional video editor) Thanks in advance for all the feedback and comments!!! I was also toying with the idea of going with an x299 setup with a Intel Core i9-9900X which should fall in my budget but it seems that the X299 mboards from ASUS (<C$500) are not that great.
  26. ItzPapa

    Budget "gaming" pc

    Thats nice to hear that i will be able to get 30-60 fps in those games, thanks for your time and help man
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