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Agent Crimson

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About Agent Crimson

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  • Location
    Near Computers
  • Interests
    Programming, Computers, Drones, Gaming and Technology in general
  • Biography
    Student about to get in college. Works as an It guy for the family business and relatives. Like to program in c and python. Avid gamer and maker/tinkerer
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  • CPU
    I7 9700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix z390
  • RAM
    16Gb Ripjaws 5
  • GPU
    GTX 1080Ti
  • Case
    Cooler Master H500P
  • Storage
    Samsung 960Evo 500Gb , WD Blue 1Tb
  • PSU
    750w Cooler Master Fully Modular Power Supply 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    LG 65" OLED Tv (2018 version)
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i V2
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master Master Keys Pro L Cherry MX Red
  • Mouse
    Logitech mx master 2
  • Sound
    Hyper x cloud core
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. OK then let's forget the weight limit too and keep the thickness as a limit not thicker than an alienware m15 but which can keep its processor cool
  2. Yes i meant aftersales and warranty sorry to be wage and no I mean 2-2.3 pounds that is approximately 1.5-1.6 Kg
  3. I am studying in Canada currently need to buy a laptop in a month or so. No budget limitations. Have a high end desktop so mainly needed for programming and minor gaming on the go. Battery life, build quality, thickness and service is a must. I am tilted towards buying a Mac 16inch because this is 99% for programming but I am still viewing my options before choosing the apple poison.
  4. I guess try reinstalling that is the only thing I can think of
  5. So I was wanting to buy a high end laptop from MSI and was wondering how do you feel about the build quality, customer support, battery life and recurring costs of getting a MSI laptop.
  6. Is this problem in other games too?
  7. One issue can be that it is an internet issue and second a windows issue. And most of the times when it is a windows issue it's either because of a pirated copy of windows or because the hard drive is going or gone bad. I recommend when you benchmark your system tomorrow also do crystaldiskinfo to check health and status of your hard drive.
  8. When does it stutter? Like only while moving or always?
  9. I too am a Escape from Tarkov player and I run a gtx 1080ti 9700k 16Gb ram and honestly EFT is very poorly optimized and the play style it offers won't benefit from high refresh rate. Anything above 75 FPS in EFT is good and I don't really recommend upgrading for EFT to a 2000 series GPU and when it comes to Cyberpunk it will definitely need a higher performing Graphics Card but I recommend waiting for the game to be released and then deciding whether to shell out money for the upgrade.
  10. Are you using a gou for your blue iris machine?
  11. What are the recommended specs for this? I couldn't find any documentation linking that.
  12. If you are really low on cash then maybe a 75hz is a good option but it again comes down to the person if you prefer the colors viewing angles sharpness of the 75hz then it's a no Brainer but if all of these things are better in 144hz it is a better option. 65 euro is not a huge investment if you are getting a vastly better experience. It really comes down to your preference as you are the one who. Has to sit in front of it for hours straight. My recommendation is go to the store and put a solid 20-30 mins admiring both the panels to actually see which is more comfortable for you.
  13. I am deploying about 13 Ip 4mp cameras for a friend and I was wondering if I should veer of from buying a Hikvision or Dahua NVR and rather get / make one. Which option is better? I will require smart features like line cross detection and object alarms hikvision has those but also have a cap on the maximum number of cameras it can handle and it sometimes tend to hang up and slow down. Things to note Full network is wired for cat 6a and gigabit switches are deployed everywhere. Switches for clients and cameras are separate but still joined together into the whole network. My budget is about 250-300$ (maximum) My friend is non tech savvy and cannot diagnose anything so need a super reliable setup.