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MysticLTT

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  1. What's the cost, is the extra milk worth a freaking high tech headset?
  2. Your CPU, your high rez monitor, the raw power output is what makes you tick. The best tool for the job to make you succeed in life. A computer is your sword, that took time to build and refine. Now fire up your machine and go slay the day

  3. Your CPU, your high rez monitor, the raw power output is what makes you tick. The best tool for the job to make you succeed in life. A computer is your sword, that took time to build and refine. Now fire up your machine and go slay the day.
  4. The problem with the review system is that more people go and write reviews when they have a problem, so you get a bunch of angry 1 stars and not too many people bothering to write anything good when they are happy. That gives an unbalanced idea of a product like every unit is faulty or something, so companies stimulate positive reviews with freebies. The problem gets even worse when you consider half the time the negativity comes from the users' own stupidity being unable to follow simple steps and sending perfect units back with the infamous 'nEvAr buY from XXX brand again'
  5. This. 9900k machine, 7T phone, 34" 21:9 ultrawide, 12.9 iPad Pro, gf, what else a man could want
  6. Bummer but thanks for all the work
  7. The 34UB88-P page says 60Hz but the spec sheet says it's 75Hz with Freesync, with many people reporting to be able to overclock it between 65-81Hz with Freesync off: https://www.lg.com/us/business/download/resources/BT00001837/BT00001837_950.pdf The 2019 HDR version doesn't say anywhere if it can go to 75Hz with Freesync and doesn't have any user reviews to report on its overclocking abilities, also no USB ports on the back (?!), tough choice: https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-34wl750-b I'm looking for a flat panel, so unfortunately those curved Alienware, Asus, Acer won't work.
  8. I'm getting this for Adobe and gaming, not expensive but far from the cheapest, 75Hz, some drove it to 81: https://www.lg.com/us/business/desktop-monitors/lg-34UB88-P
  9. I've heard you have to turn off Freesync if you want to overclock to 80+
  10. I would pay more for a smoother desktop experience at about 80-100Hz which is doable
  11. It's been weird for a while, SLI is going away, yet single cards struggle at decent monitor. I have a pile of games waiting for the right GPU, which never comes.
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