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FloRolf

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About FloRolf

  • Title
    Awesome Member
  • Birthday 1995-07-17

System

  • CPU
    i7 2600k @Stock
  • Motherboard
    Asus P8Z77-i Deluxe
  • RAM
    16gb Hyper X Fury 1866mhz
  • GPU
    Asus GTX 1080 Strix
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX
  • Storage
    Samsung 840 EVO 240gb / WD Caviar Green 1TB
  • PSU
    EVGA 750G2
  • Display(s)
    Benq XL2411T + Dell U3415W
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i GTX
  • Keyboard
    Qpad MK-85 Brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX518
  • Sound
    [Beyerdynamic DT880 + Hifiman HE-400i + AKG K7XX + Kennerton Magister + Fostex TH-X00] on (O2 Amp/DAC Combo)
  • Operating System
    Win10

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Somewhere far away in space and time...
  • Interests
    PC, Headphones, Audio, TableTennis, Gaming, things.
  • Biography
    I'm a german vegetarian engineer who is also an audiophile and nerd,
    what do you expect?
  • Occupation
    Engineering Student

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    FloRolf

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  1. ProTip: don't write mean mails to HR-department. They really can't handle a little pressure but you are fucked, lol. 

    1. Ryan_Vickers

      Ryan_Vickers

      Can it really count as a tip if it's incredibly obvious?

  2. pci-x speed

    So then what Bitrate does your server board use? And at what frequency does the Pci-x slot operate? Like, come on, if you don't input all the data I can't output all the answers.
  3. pci-x speed

    Mimimi hurr durr, see edit. Pci-x also had a bunch of different versions and speeds.
  4. pci-x speed

    Pci-x is old as fuck. Why do you want to know that? Lol Also, pcie 1.0 is 250Mbyte/s and not mbps. 3.0 even is close to 1GB/s Edit: Straight from Wikipedia "PCI-X and standard PCI buses may run on a PCIe bridge, similar to the way ISA buses ran on standard PCI buses in some computers. PCIe also matches PCI-X and even PCI-X 2.0 in maximum bandwidth. PCIe 1.0 x1 offers 250 MB/s in each direction (lane), and up to 16 lanes (x16) are currently supported each direction, in full-duplex, giving a maximum of 4 GB/s bandwidth in each direction. PCI-X 2.0 offers (at its maximum 64-bit 533-MHz variant) a maximum bandwidth of 4,266 MB/s (~4.3 GB/s)."
  5. R5 1600 or i7-8700k

    Not sure if I should get a Pentium G4500 or an i9 7980XE 🤔 If you can afford it and the GPU doesn't take a hit, get the i7, obviously.
  6. AMD FX 8350 + DDR4 ??

    yeah and i know that CHF and € are pretty close. The 8350 isnt worth 50€. It's half a decade old and even back then it was a shitty chip.
  7. If you have to ask that then this system is not for you anyways. Lemme rephrase: What are you gonna do with this?
  8. AMD FX 8350 + DDR4 ??

    love it that people come here AFTER they screwed up. 8350 for 170, lol.
  9. The "Cleanest" NCASE M1 Rebuild - Updated Hardware

    Damn, that really looks incredible! Good job!
  10. Facebook just reminded me that this week was really special throughout my whole life as a techie. 

    This week, 6 years ago,  I build my first gaming PC. 

    This week,  3 years ago, I got my DT880s. 

    This week,  2 years ago, I got my Kennerton Magisters. 

     

    For non-techie news:

    This week,  4 years ago,  I became vegetarian. 

     

    Sadly nothing special for me this year 🤔

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    2. FloRolf

      FloRolf

      nah, that was back January  :D

       

      Because of that laptop purchase i don't even have money to buy something right now lol.

      But maybe next month i'll start building my Home Theater audio setup.

    3. Ethocreeper
    4. DildorTheDecent

      DildorTheDecent

      Facebook reminded me that I've been a user for 7 years xD 

  11. Got my GF the Asus Ux360 and she totally freaked out :D

    It's a very nice laptop though! 

    1. FIXXX

      FIXXX

      Of course the freaked out - it wasn't an Apple Macbook Pro 2017! How dare you disrespect da' apple authoritae'

  12. Thats true, however you can still easily OC the 1700 to an 1800x. Or at least close.
  13. First thing that comes to mind is wanting 80€ more for a 8700k over a 8700. Like seriously, you pay 25% more just to be able to OC. AMD does that for free.
  14. Gg. The exact same second I buy my GF a 800€ laptop the Dark voice comes for sale again. Fml. 

    1. Dackzy

      Dackzy

      TBH I recently tested it again and I would honestly say that you are better off with the Valhalla 2. Also better keep the gf happy :)

    2. FloRolf

      FloRolf

      Yeah I was also considering to get some Schiit for my audiosetup. Searching for something chill sounding. Is the Valhalla chill? 

    3. Dackzy

      Dackzy

      Stock it is one of the more clean and as like tube amps,  but you can make it more relaxed with different tubes. 

  15. Interesting! Didn't know it was possible to switch between having the system devided into multiple systems and a single system. I'll follow this topic and then do it myself as well
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