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kuddlesworth9419

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About kuddlesworth9419

  • Title
    Veteran
  • Birthday 1994-12-19

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    127.0.0.1 England
  • Interests
    PC's obviously, anime, films and camping.
  • Occupation
    Garden Center Worker

System

  • CPU
    5820K
  • Motherboard
    MSI SLI Plus X99
  • RAM
    16GB Crucial Green DDR4
  • GPU
    Gigabyte 1070, Previously EVGA 680 Classified
  • Case
    540 Air
  • Storage
    X1 500GB Seagate + X1 500GB Samsung Evo + X1 1TB WD Green
  • PSU
    EVGA Supernova 750W Gold
  • Display(s)
    Dell U2414H back to single monitor for a bit :(
  • Cooling
    Noctua NHD-14 V2011
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master Trigger Storm and my pride and joy the Unicomp Model M/13
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    FiiO E10 + Sennhieser 558's, Yamaha AS-501 and Wharfedale Diamond 220
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. kuddlesworth9419

    SigaVPN?

    It's free. Apparently they keep the servers running through day trading and donations. Speeds are very very good, I've not noticed any changes in speed, latency went up by 2ms. They allow torrenting and generally don't seem to give a shit what people do. I looked around at other free VPN's but just stumbled on Siga so I stuck with it. Mostly just wandering if they are actually legit considering there isn't much info on them other then people making blanket statements stating that all free VPN's are dodgy which probably isn't the case.
  2. kuddlesworth9419

    SigaVPN?

    I've been using it for a week now with good results but just wandering if anyone has any better experience with it then I do. Mostly wandering how private it is, I don't really want speculation I just want to know if people have been torrenting with it and god caught out anyway?
  3. The sales for this game is going to be terrible. I'm gonna pirate it though, I don't want to deal with Denuvo or Epic.
  4. kuddlesworth9419

    SpaceX's 60's designer rocket falls over in wind

    Probably for the best.
  5. kuddlesworth9419

    Space X Starship Unveiled

    Is this a joke?
  6. kuddlesworth9419

    Intel chips without IGPUs listed

    Good I prefer CPU's that don't have iGPU's. There's literally no reason for me to have one, it would be sitting there doing fuck all. One of the reasons why I went for a CPU that didn't. People say it's good for hardware acceleration but that doesn't make any sense because if you have a discrete GPU you can do that and better anyway. So you can run more displays? But GPU's have a bunch of outputs anyway so that's also a moot point.
  7. Why do you need that much memory on a phone. I would be surprised if a phones uses much more then 2GB's anyway even under heavy load. And if it is then that's down to poor memory management. Can I just say that I absolutely hate phone technology and I hate phones. I own a smart phone and I have a cheapo £10 phone, I use the cheapo more then the smart phone. I haven't used the smart phone in months. It's a nice one as well but I just hate phones I only ever use them for emergencies and if I had an emergency I will use my cheapo one.
  8. kuddlesworth9419

    NVIDIA uses deep learning to generate extremely realistic looking faces

    With today's technology it's entirely possible to fabricate entire events and no one would be the wiser. You would just need to computer generate some event like an assassination attempt or a skirmish or something, use some computer generated voice and this stuff to create believable people involved in such an event and hay presto you have news. Twist is to suit your agenda and they you have tailor made propaganda. And the majority of people won't question it either as it would come from the government. They would say this is the evidence and wouldn't give anymore. Sounds real tin foil hat like but it makes you wander doesn't it?
  9. kuddlesworth9419

    Asus Xonar D2X -- cmudaxp.sys BSOD!!

    I find that rather odd.
  10. kuddlesworth9419

    JBL Studio 230 too much for gaming?

    wharfedale diamond 220's are very good, not sure how much they are in the US but in the UK they go for about £160.
  11. kuddlesworth9419

    Asus Xonar D2X -- cmudaxp.sys BSOD!!

    Sound cars are subjected to digital noise inside the PC. This means that when you are listening to music with an internal sound card you will get some level of interference, it's simply not possible to not. Some cards have "shielding" but this won't work at all, it's simply not shielding enough. That is why you put the sound card outside of the PC and shield it entirely. It eliminates nearly all of the digital noise you get leading to a far more consistent clean sound. There is a DAC on your sound card PCB, that is essentially the point of a sound card. It converts digital information to an analogue sound so you can actually hear it. If you have interference the DAC will convert the interference to analogue audio. This is not what you want at all. But if you turn the DAC into an external part it no longer get's the same level of interference leading to a far better result in converting digital to analogue. The one job your DAC is meant to do is to as cleanly as possible convert digital to analogue if it's not doing that reasonably well then it's not doing it's job. And considering if you get an external DAC manufactured by experienced audio manufacturers you will for sure experience far less problems and features that are far better implemented. If I was you and I was at one point because I also had an ASUS Xonar card a very long time ago I would ditch the internal cards and pick up a cheap USB DAC. It's the sort of thing that you plug in and it works straight away with no hassle at all. It's been plugged in for years now and never had any problems at all. I use a Fiio E10 none K. There are a bunch of manufacturers to go to, Fiio is very good, SMSL, Onkyo, xDuoo, schiit. If youw ant any other recommendations go here https://www.reddit.com/r/ZReviews/ just tell them your budget and they will tell you what is best. But honestly anything from those manufacturers is going to be superb. Once again never buy any internal sound card, they are all trash.
  12. kuddlesworth9419

    JBL Studio 230 too much for gaming?

    If you can find a pair, I would recommend the wharfedale diamond 220.
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