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About L0gic

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  • Birthday 2001-06-11

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  • CPU
    Intel i7 6700 3.4 ghz, 4.0 turbo.
  • Motherboard
    MSI H170A Gaming Pro
  • RAM
    8 GB HyperX Futy DDR4 2133MH
  • GPU
    MSI Geforce GTX 970 (Twin Frozr)
  • Case
    Fractal Define R5, w/ window
  • Storage
    120 GB Samsung EVO SSD, 1TB Seagate Hard drive
  • PSU
    Corsair RM550, 650W Gold
  • Display(s)
    BenQ XL2430T - 144hz
  • Cooling
    Corsair H55 Watercooler
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 Rapidfire, MX-Speed
  • Mouse
    Zowie EC2-A
  • Sound
    HyperX Cloud II
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro (x64)

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  1. Anyone know if there has been updates on the NZXT release date? Danish supplier says end july 2020 (unconfirmed by nzxt), and i can't find it on UK/German websites...
  2. Can i mix different ram speeds?
  3. Hello, My current ATX-motherboard only allows 2133mhz ram, and as i want to upgrade my ram to 16gb, and was thinking about getting faster ram now that i was at it (3000mhz). I found a good deal on a used mini-itx mobo, which i was thinking about getting (anyways, as i wish to build my pc smaller) which supports 3000mhz ram. My plan was to upgrade to the other motherboard, and buy 16gb 3000mhz ram, but i heard some rumours about my intel i7 6700 would do so that i could not even utalize the full 3000mhz of the ram? Is this true, and is there a big improvement between 2133mhz and 3000mhz ram? Thx.
  4. L0gic

    970 SLI in 2020

    Also, would my mobo support 16gb 3200hz ram?
  5. L0gic

    970 SLI in 2020

    Sad, that haven't changed.. thx But is the 970 really still doing well at 970?
  6. L0gic

    970 SLI in 2020

    Freezing/lagging for small periods.
  7. L0gic

    970 SLI in 2020

    Hi there. I've been having issues for some time with playing the new MW: Warzone, and with my PC underperforming in general. I have out of the PC game for a while, and therefore not up to date on how my hardware is doing. I feel like my GPU is getting quite low FPS on most games. Is the 970 outdated, and should i upgrade? I saw the exact same GPU used. Would SLI be possible/be a good idea? I've got a 650W Gold PSU, so my initial idea is yes. What is your opinion? My build: CPU: Intel Core i7-6700 Skylake Processor COOLER: Corsair Hydro Series H55 Cooler MOBO: MSI H170A GAMING PRO, Socket-1151 RAM: HyperX Fury DDR4 2133MHz 8GB GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 970 Gaming 4GB SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 120GB SSD HDD: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" I've been having alot of issues when gaming. Not all feel FPS-related. Should there be a need to upgrade from an i7 6700 skylake? Thx.
  8. Just looking for ideas. Just creating a cool case. Nothing is decided yet, completely blank piece of paper. But i do like the trend of smaller cases. Great suggestion with integrated box, would clean up the rear!
  9. Hi there, currently in the works of creating a case from scratch. Would love some ideas, or problems that you guys have experienced from your current cases. /ideas for features. I appreciate it!
  10. Hi there, i've got myself a used Nikon F 60 as a gift, together with two "Nikon AF NIKKOR" lenses: 22-80mm, and 75-240mm. I would like to use the lenses on my Panasonic G70, and was able to find these mounts online, which is compatible with the micro 4/3 mount on my G7. But is my two lenses compatible, with these mounts as well? https://www.kentfaith.com/nikon-lens-adapter/KF06.077_nikon-g-to-micro-four-thirds-m4-3-mount-adapter https://www.kentfaith.com/search_KF06.078/KF06.078_nikon-ai-to-micro-four-thirds-m4-3-mount-adapter
  11. Again, i have the camera in my hands - and the camera does not offer 1920x1080 with 60p - only 50p... The same goes for 4k video, where the camera does not offer 4k 30p - and only 24p. The only way is through a "service" feature to change the cameras software to the version from the US versions. Of course, not intended to be possible for consumers. I was finally able to find an article which explained flickering lights, and fps in a way that i could understand it. "The camera’s eye (its sensor) can still see this flicker. The sample footage below was shot in PAL, 1080i50, 1/50 shutter speed, at a school in Edmonton, Canada with 60Hz florescent lighting. While our camera operator was seeing a clean, flicker-free image, the camera itself was seeing something entirely different" "The hertz is a unit of frequency that defines cycles per second. So, if the lighting in the school is running at 60Hz, this is just a fancy way of saying that the electricity flowing into the fluorescent lighting is cycling ON-OFF 60 times per second. While the human eye does not detect it, there is a subtle dimming of the light during each of these ON-OFF cycles. It is this dimming that our camera is seeing, and recording." for others who might be interested: http://urbanvideo.ca/avoid-video-flicker So, the conclusion is that if i chose to record with 60p, in Europe under 50hz lightning, i will see flicker unless i change the shutter speed. They provided this table, which i believe can be interesting to others wondering the same.
  12. Sadly the camera can only record 1080 at 50p, as the german electrical grid is 50hz. I had the problem with flickering a few years ago on a different camera, but the camera i just bought also came out around that time so i sadly think that this is still a reality. If i suspect right, that if i change the camera to 60p (through service mode), the framerate and frequency of the lights will not match, and will result in flickering. But i am not sure if this is correct, or opposite.
  13. Hi, just got myself a Panasonic g7. (g70K, to be precise.) Bought in Germany, so its on PAL; Therefore i can only record 4k 24p, and 1080p with 50p. (instead of 4k 30p and 1080 60p) I am building quite an interest in video, and will over time invest in proper lightning and etc. I have heard, and experienced "flicker" on a old camera, when using some lights. I was wondering, if i would experience that again - filming with 50p, with lights running off the 50hz grid? (Denmark/Germany). I've read about some "hacks" to change the camera to NTSC, would that prevent me from running into the problem, as the camera and lights are not running the same hz? Or opposite, would changing the settings to 60p, on 50hz grid result in flickering? Thx.
  14. addition: Also the LG is 120$ cheaper, though that is not the biggest factor.