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  • CPU
    Ryzen R7 1700 OC 3.9
  • Motherboard
    MSI Gaming Pro Carbon AC
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB 3000MHz
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1070 SeaHawX
  • Case
    Corsair 750d
  • Storage
    Samsung 960 EVO N.VMe 256GB, Intel 730 256GB, WD Blue 1TB HDD, WD Blue 3TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 650w P2
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator (3440x1440) 2x Asus VG248QE
  • Cooling
    NZXT Kraken x62
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow Chroma
  • Mouse
    Razer Naga Epic Chroma
  • Sound
    SoundBlaster Z, ATH M50x, Blue Yeti Blackout
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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    Universe:/Local Cluster/Milky Way/Sol/Earth/US/Midwest
  • Occupation
    Software Engineer

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  1. Any recommendations for this build?

    Agree you don't need both wifi on your motherboard and a wifi card. As far as RAM get whatever is cheapest above 2800. And, you plan on using 6 fans?
  2. Premiere is actually an amazing tool to learn on. You can go as simple or complex as you want (or know for that matter).
  3. Should I buy a Mavic Pro drone?

    Yes, you actually register yourself and stamp your ID on all drones you fly. You don't go and register each drone individually, rather you stamp your ID you get from the FAA on all drones you fly. It's actually a quite simple and easy process.
  4. Should I buy a Mavic Pro drone?

    So, in the US you are required to register yourself which gives you a unique number. This unique number is required to be somewhere on the drone. You must maintain line of sight with the drone. As far as the airport situation give this a read: https://www.aopa.org/go-fly/aircraft-and-ownership/drones/best-practices-for-flying-your-drone-near-an-airport Drones are an amazing time, just be sure to follow the laws. And yes the Mavic Pro is a solid choice and you already seemed to have done research to buy extra batteries!
  5. 1440p, how much better?

    I agree there. I like high frame rates, my eyes respond better to higher framerates than they do to resolution. I like 1440p because it's easy-ish enough to drive at semi high framerates and looks better than 1080p. On topic: if you go above 24" I would recommend 1440p or higher as at normal distances it can look pretty poor. (For reference I run a 3440x1440 at 100Hz).
  6. Also, how do you cover operating costs? You said everything would be free, but if that's case it wouldn't really be a business?
  7. I had 0 issues getting my Corsair Dominator Platinum to work at 3000mhz in a 2x16gb config. I can't imagine it would throw too much of a fit adding a second set. Maybe I got lucky, maybe I'm ignorant.
  8. PUBG to come to mobile

    I'm with you. I don't get "it". But if it's popular then it's popular. Doesn't PUBG have a lot of issues as it is on PC? Wouldn't it make sense to get out of alpha and fix those issues before porting?
  9. This is sort of where I am at on this. Majority of these things I would much rather do at my house (or a friends house) than go somewhere to do it. I much prefer watching specific events with said event in focus instead of having multiple things all going on at once. If I want more than one, my phone sends updates for 90% of it. Would some desks have computers and some not? Either way DND is a game I very much care to enjoy privately with my group (we get silly and we don't always play by the official rules we play what's fun). As for LAN events I pretty much refuse to use any computer that isn't mine or doesn't have my settings etc. If I want to LAN it will be with my computer and would much rather not have that in public. I do the same thing on the internet via forums, reddit etc, and it gives a much broader view. I speak for no one other than myself. I don't label myself as anti-social, but I very much prefer when doing events described here to be in the comfort of my own home, or at a friends and not have strangers potentially breathing down my neck. This is really how I feel. It offers me nothing that I can't do at home or at a friends. Especially because I have a lot of gaming friends that we don't live close to each other.
  10. got better gas mileage using premium in a regular car

    Most premium fuel will yield higher mpg but costs more. But you will never save money by buying premium if you are solely looking for prices/miles. Similarly you won't save money by buying flex fuel (E-85) because you get lower gas mileage. You buy premium (or flex fuel) for the other potential benefits. Premium being healthier in the long run for your engine and flex fuel being more environmentally friendly. Just my two cents anyway.
  11. This exactly how I am. I pay and am willing to pay what I think something is worth. Not what someone else tells me it's worth. I haven't bought a game for $60 in a long time. I either wait until it goes on sale because I personally don't think it's worth full price (won't play it a lot OR don't know if I will play it a lot) or I shell out for one of the special editions etc when I know I will play the game a lot and want to support the devs.
  12. I don't think it's the 2 hour a day average. It that it is calculated at 2 hours a day for a whole year which equates to ~900 hours on a single game which is the outrageous part.
  13. NH C14 with 7700K throttling.

    What are idle temps like?
  14. I agree. Looking at some of the most popular games currently their upfront cost is less than $60 which allows more users to have access, which spreads word of mouth, which gets more people interested....and so on and so forth. (Games I'm referencing: Overwatch, League of Legends, PUBG, CSGO, Hearthstone)
  15. Could a GTX 1060 6 GB handle 3 monitors?

    Yep no problem. I used to run 3 on a GTX 970 with zero issues.