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About Pixxie_Payne

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  • Birthday 1992-10-29

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    Bristol, England
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    gaming, computers, shopping and shoes
  • Biography
    My name is Catie B
    I live in Bristol England.
    Im a part time Model and full time Game dev, I mod and build computers for Fun.
  • Occupation
    Aspiring Model for the Grooby Network, 3D artist, Animator and Game dev

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  1. Realized that i should upgrade my software when i do my new desktop :| price of this Threadripper build has jumped up because of software T- T

  2. Dual Display

    just order a DVI/HDMI cable... there like £$10 for a decent length one
  3. HDR Display options

    i guess it would be more beneficial waiting a few months for more to come on the market
  4. HDR Display options

    The reason why im looking in to HDR is cause i want to push my work and i cant really do HDR work on a none HDR display if waiting till early next year will yield better results then so be it but i was looking at the PG348Q from Asus
  5. Is it worth buying a 1080p in 2017

    its not much of a price leap to 1440p tbh... but you can get higher fps displays in 1080p so... preferences tbh
  6. HDR Display options

    need something soonish
  7. HDR Display options

    they both have Ultra wide's atm that have HDR
  8. HDR Display options

    im looking for a decent HDR display 27"+ for my new Gaming workstation. Price limit is £1500 but its a less is more situation, 1440p or 4k, High frame rate is a massive bonus.
  9. Currently planning out a new Desktop to help speedup my work.
    Planned Spec is

    CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X
    Motherboard: Asus ROG Zenith Extreme (May change if a Workstation Asus Board is released though)
    RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB (4x8gb) 2400Mhz DDR4

    CPU Cooler: AIO Cooler (TBD)
    GPU(s): GTX 1080ti (Or 1180/1180ti/Titan if released)
    Case: Coolermaster C700p
    PSU: Corsair RM1000x

    OS/Driver/Software Drive: WD m.2 1TB Internal SSD
    Storage/Library HDD: WD Blue 6TB
    Optical: Blu-Ray with Read/Write (not yet decided)

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    2. Pixxie_Payne


      I will do a build log... im thinking of doing a single liquid loop just for the CPU... i dont rally think standard AIO coolers build for most chips will be able to cool a full thread ripper chip so :3

    3. Blaxow


      Custom loop is always nice :D you will do it yourself? 

    4. Pixxie_Payne


      Well... yeah :| 

      atm im looking in to HDR monitors

  10. Threadripper or i9?

    £9k is to cover getting a New Cintiq and Display aswell so... more £5k considering how much they will set me back Currently a TR build is gonna be around £4000 but a i9 is around £3800... At this point in time though, Intel kinda feel like they kind of Screwed up with the X299 chips They feel like they where rushed im kind of leaning more on TR but without decent benchmarks its kind of moot Currently im planning on doing my build with either a CPU: Threadripper / Intel i9 RAM: 32GB DDR4 GPU's: Dual GTX1080 ti''s Boot/Driver/Core Software: 1tb M.2 Storage/Library: 6TB HDD
  11. Threadripper or i9?

    i will do some research on the software i use its not a short list ^-^" The highest performance impacting software i have are all Render based but Dual GTX 1080 ti's will do fine for that
  12. Threadripper or i9?

    Works giving me about £9k to put together a new system for our next My current system tanks in performance after about 3 hours work so need the performance given the leap in quality we are going for ^-^" that why im looking at a i9 or TR
  13. Im in desperate need to upgrade my hardware currently im running an AMD FX-6100 CPU which was ok when i made it like 6 years ago. I made it for my work but recently its started holding me back. Im a 3D character/Creature artist and game Designer but i work from home most the time so my hardware is REALLY important. I know Threadripper isnt fully out yet and Benchmarks are only really starting to surface but if im honest i just want a second opinion. I know Intel tends to not update their workstation sockets often so i feel an i9 would be a good move for me, However AMD rarely changes their sockets. From what i can tell Threadripper will be a more stable future safe platform for me to move on. Price really isnt an issue for me because of Tax deduction. Anyways, opinions on Threadripper or i9's?
  14. I have been working on my portfolio for the past few months... I dont really know what else to say other than "Hey im still alive :D"

    1. Coaxialgamer


      Hello alive, I'm dad


  15. Headset Help

    My budget is under £200 and i want to go 7.1 Virtual/True and wired....