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    Blueray processor

    apu will be plenty powerful for 1080p
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    Thoughts on 21:9 monitors

    Hey everyone, I've become interesting in the 21:9 aspect ratio monitors, I just want to know your thoughts about them and if you have one what your experience has been on it compared to a 16:9/16:10 monitor? Do you find gaming and media consumption better or worse? Any weird compatibility issues? Thanks Ethan
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    Seidon 240m, H220, Custom, H110

    780 is nearly titan performance, a 7970 which is like two generations old now WILL not out perform it.
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    Anti-Virus on android?

    Hi, I have a new HTC One and just wanna know so I need an anti-virus app like Avast?
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    Pride and Shame all in one build. Warning...large pics.

    I think the radiator is sweet! gives it a real industrial look!!!! I think you should keep it, maybe polish it up then it would be awesome!
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    Best Budget - Mid Raid Cards

    Snapshot sounds perfect for what I want, just wanted to know the difference :) Thanks everyone for all your help!
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    Wireless AC vs. Powerline

    well then what would you recommend?
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    Wireless AC vs. Powerline

    "nas" is network accessed storage, it will run over WIFI so i can access the content on all computers, gaming consoles as well as tv's, it may be hardwired to my main rig but there are plenty others devices that i will wish to access content on
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    Wireless AC vs. Powerline

    I plan to add a nas onto it, so I wish to stream movies as well as store and access large files from it
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    Wireless AC vs. Powerline

    Hi, I live in a 2 story house with my router being downstairs and my main rig being upstairs. My question is will powerline be faster/ better choice or would wireless ac be better?
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    Is this a good match?

    whats the difference between the Xonar st/stx and the Xonar dg?
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    Is this a good match?

    Will the audio interface work properly and without any trouble with games, itunes, vlc player, youtube? or will i have to go through and adjust alot of settings?
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    Is this a good match?

    Had a quick look around, can anyone tell what these would be like in comparison to the essence with active studio monitors http://audiotrends.com.au/Cambridge_Audio_DacMagic_100_Black.html?action=viewProduct&itemId=1625 (With A5+ or Studio Monitors) http://audiotrends.com.au/Denon_DM_39_Black.html?action=viewProduct&itemId=1861 http://www.apollohifi.com.au/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=1206&category_id=46&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=80 (With A5+ or Studio Monitors)
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    Is this a good match?

    Hey, My budget is around 500-600 Australian all up, that includes dac/amp as well as speakers(if that's possible), It will be just used on the desk in my bedroom, I want to be able to use headphones as well as play through a set of good quality active speakers. What I'm asking is it worth paying extra to go from a Xonar Essence Stx to the Essence one? and are there any alternatives to an essence one for around the same price? I guess in essence i want a 2.0/2.1 active speaker system that runs through a high quality sound car or dac. I hope this helps and thanks for all your advice so far, its very helpful :)
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    Is this a good match?

    Hi will the Asus Xonar essences stx and a set of 5" - 8" studio monitors sound good? or will using a essence one be better? or are there any alternatives? I want really good computer audio not just for gaming but for music and movies as well, however I'm unsure how to achieve this. I know onboard audio is very poor quality but whats the best way to get good audio without going into $10000 audiophile equipment?