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About Soujiro89

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  • Birthday 1989-05-09

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Interests

    Gaming & Music
  • Biography

    IT Analyst during the day, gamer and musician during the night
  • Occupation
    IT Analyst


  • CPU
    i7 6500U 2.5ghz
  • Motherboard
    Razer Blade Stealth
  • RAM
    8gb DDR4
  • GPU
    Asus 1070 Strix
  • Case
    Razer Blade Stealth / Razer Core
  • Storage
    256gb SSD
  • PSU
    500w Razer Core
  • Display(s)
    Viewsonic 23'' IPS
  • Cooling
    Razer Core
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow
  • Mouse
    Razer Lancehead Tournament Edition Mercury White
  • Sound
    Focusrite 2i2 / Samson Speakers / AKG C214 / Shure SM58 / AudioTechnica ATH-M40X
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. There used to be a thread that had a list of all headsets and earbuds tested by Linus and their tiers according to price. I can't seem to find it by searching or even googling the site. Thanks.
  2. I've got several different RGB parts and I initially thought it would be possible to sync the RGB colors, but now it seems that it's not possible... I'm looking for help, or even suggestions of other parts to buy that do actually sync RGB. Corsair: Fans LL120 RGB (thought they were compatible with RGB fusion from Gigabyte, seems I was wrong) Gigabyte: Motherboard Aorus Gaming 7 z370 G-Skill: RAM Trident Z RGB (compatible with both Gigabyte and Aura) Asus: Video Card Strix 1070 (I knew this wasn't compatible, was planning to change it for a 1080 ti Aorus down the line) Should I try to switch to Asus motherboard then solving the RGB sync issue? Is Corsair compatible with Aura? Or is there a way to sync the Corsair LL120 with RGB Fusion? Thanks in advanced!
  3. Any fan splitter brands that are recommended? The idea is to put 2 fans for the CPU cooler, they go in the CPU_FAN and CPU_OPT slots. Then one in the exhaust, I guess that could go in the SYS_FAN1. One more above the PSU shroud, this would need to be split with the other three fans that are using the slots 3, 4 and 5. And the last two in the top sharing slot SYS_FAN2.
  4. You're right! Found two more. I guess one is for exhaust and another for the top.
  5. I just finished my build, which is: Case: Corsair Crystal 570x Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7 Z370 Processor: Intel i7 8700k RAM: G-Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4 2x8gb RGB SSD: WD Blue 500gb 3d Nano PSU: EVGA 850w G2 Graphics Card: Asus Strix 1070 8gb So when I plugged the three fans in the motherboard I notice there are only three slots for fans. Theoretically, if I wanted to add 4 more fans, where would I plug them? Do I need some kind of hub? Would that hub need to be plugged in the normal fan controller of the motherboard? Adding picture of the manual of the motherboard. Thanks in advanced!
  6. Thank you for your info. Another last question, you think the Frostbite is not good enough and I should look for the IC diamond or Kryonaut? Or it’s fine at least for now until I get water cooling and start overclocking?
  7. Went to the local PC and grabbed an EVGA Frostbite, though I’m not sure if it’s the best option. My build is: Processor: i8700k Cooler: Deepcool Assasin 2 Case: Corsair 570x Crystal May switch to a h100i later down the line. Should I buy another paste or is this fine?
  8. You do have a valid point. I'm just imaging possible future uses for a quite low price DAC. I bought my 2i2 and used it for recording. Now I'm not recording much with it, but I use it as a daily driver while gaming, watching movies or using discord. It may be overkill, but I've had it for more than 3 years and there is no need to change it yet. If OP wants good quality audio from those speakers he's gonna get that, if he finds himself recording later down the line he has that option, and if he wants to have a convenient way to manage audio set up when doing voice chats then he can. I love to have my volume level managed in a physical way. I love that I can have both headphones and speakers plugged and be able to switch that without having to alt-tab. I love that I can raise my volume when somebody doesn't listen to me in discord without having to alt-tab.
  9. What anothertom said is quite correct. If you're using modern technology, like keyboards over USB, then you don't need a DAC for them. If you wanna have the option of connecting old midi keyboards then I'd say go for the Focusrite Scarlett 2i4. It will give you the output to monitor and headphones that you need. Plus the pre-amp on the Scarlets is quite good for their price. I currently own a 2i2 and it's a beast, wouldn't change it for anything of any other brand (unless I went professional level).
  10. Damn, was happy to see this was exactly the piece of sofware that I was looking for. But not sure if I wanna pay for it. Is there anything similar free? Thanks for the help!
  11. Does someone have the names of the software used for Benchmarks and Monitoring (temps and usage) that are showed in LTT? I'm mainly looking for a CPU temp software that shows temperature in a "over time" fashion. Right now all that I've found is a list of all temps (high, low and current), plain and simple. But I want to see what the temperature fluctuations over time were, like a graph. Same for CPU throttling. Appreciate the help!
  12. Man, this is awesome. Makes me wanna do it on my Razer Blade Stealth. It gets really high in temps, even with the Razer Core. Right now while playing GTA or PUBG the CPU goes up to 100°C.
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