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Chaftalie

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About Chaftalie

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  • Location
    here
  • Interests
    anything PC related
  • Occupation
    higher technical college

System

  • CPU
    8700K @ 5.1 Ghz
  • Motherboard
    ASRock Z370 Professional Gaming i7
  • RAM
    32GB TridentZ 3200Mhz
  • GPU
    1070zi zotac mini
  • Case
    bequiet Dark base 700
  • Storage
    1TB 970 Evo | 500GB 960 Evo | 2 x Seagate 4TB
  • PSU
    bequiet 650Watt
  • Display(s)
    3 x BenQ which are not even "good"
  • Cooling
    bequiet 360 all in one (that thing is horrible)
  • Keyboard
    Razer Black Widow
  • Sound
    Yamah XGU16
  • Operating System
    Win10 ore some sort of Linux Distro

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  1. Yep, because everytime I see someone ask wheter he should use CAT5e or something better (Or when I see people who say that you should use CAT6A if you can afford it) I think that Cat6a or even Cat 7 is cheaper then CAT5e. Now my Question is, is that phenomen of the better cable being nearly the same price or even cheaper only in Europe or anywhere else too? And I do not see 100m of installation cable as bulk because you actually need a lot more for networking for a whole home if you want at least two ports in several rooms
  2. After reading the Post Home Networking i've asked myself what the pricing for different CAT cables is in your place? (I am talking about installation cables) Prices are for 100m of cable and without Tax (We have 20%) Cat 5e 27.52€ 30.19 USD Cat 6 27.15€ 29.78 USD Cat 6a 26.00€ 28.52 USD Cat7 27.50€ 30.17 USD Cat7a 1200Mhz 40.00€ 43.88 USD Cat7a 1500Mhz 44.86€ 49.81 USD
  3. Linus just releasd a video about the cheapest 144Hz 1440p Monitor on Amazon, But I do not think thats the Quality you are looking for ^^.
  4. Then the only question which remains is if the Samsung Space Monitor S27R750Q, 27" is a nice monitor with nice colours and Specs or should I consider an other monitor?
  5. I ve to buy 2 (ore one ultrawide) to new monitors for work (mostly programming) I can also use them for private stuff outside of working hours. When I am working I will use my Laptop (7700 HQ | 1060 6GB | 16GB) or Remotedesktop with my (8700K | 1070ti | 32GB) machine, depending on the workload. A few days ago (At that time I did not know that I would have to buy new monitors) I saw the Samsung Space Monitor S27R750Q, 27" and I thought it has nice image quality. (I can get it for 250€ = 270$) Are there other monitors with similar Specs and price which you can recommed? Should I get one ultrawide 1440p instead of 2 27" 1440p? Budget 500 to 600€ (Everything more than that I ve to pay myself)
  6. Does anyone have specific recommendations? Ive looked at these ones, each TV has a lot of different Models which seem to be all nearly the sam but their price varies a lot: Comparison between all of them Samsung UE65NU7090 Samsung UE65RU7172 LG Electronics 65UK6300LLB LG Electronics 65UK6400 Samsung UE65RU7099 Sony KD-65XF7096 Sony KD-65XF7005 Sony KD-65XF7004 Sony KD-65XG7005
  7. I am searching for an TV: 65" 4K apple air play would be cool the only important thing is a very good image quality at an price point of 600 to 800€. My favourite Brands would be Samsung or LG.
  8. no, every Laptop is compatible with every SSD aslong as they have the same interface for example:(sata or m.2 nvme)
  9. I would get a 600 to 700 Watt Seasonic PSU. something like the M12II-620 EVO
  10. If you ve got some spare time you can check out these vidos from Roman (der8auer). Ryzen 3000 without heatsink: i7 8700K wihtout heatsink (sadly only german, but ther are egnlish subtitles)
  11. I will get an oscillioscope in the next few days (the Siglent SDS1104X-E) Now I also need/want a function generator: at least 40Mhz 2 Outputs (probably not needed, at least not for my current Projects) PC Software (which works out of the box with win10 or Linux) My preffered Price range would be 100€ to ~200€ maybe 300€
  12. I think I will buy the Siglent SDS1104 and use the rest of the money for a function generator. Thanks for all the advice!
  13. We in Austria have a Shop called e-tec.at there I get discounts everytime I ask if they can still do anything with the price. But they only have very little margins on expensive PC components like CPU MB and alike. You can get a better price cut on cheap things like USB sticks.
  14. I want to buy a oscilloscope for little electronic Projects like creating VGA signals or simple arduino Projects. Requirements / Nice to have: >7" Display 200Mhz / 1GSa (?) FFT (pretty much a must have for me) Function Generator (or should I buy an extra Function Generator? what's more budget efficient?) 4 Channels (Nice to have) VGA/HDMI output (would be really nice) Decoding of SPI, I²C,... My preffered budget is in the range of 400 to ~700€ If really needed and or there are features which are worth it I can spend up to 1200€.
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