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Fabian Lioner

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About Fabian Lioner

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  • Birthday 2001-09-19

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  • CPU
  • RAM
    16GB 2667Mhz
  • GPU
    RTX 2070 Max-Q
  • Case
    Razer Blade 15
  • Storage
    512GB SSD
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 32" Curved 1440p 144hz
  • Keyboard
    HP KU1156
  • Mouse
    G502 Proteus Spectrum
  • Sound
    RCA SB25619
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I got a razer blade equipped with the RTX 2060 and after I took it to a place to be repaired (a fan got full of dust) and repasted. After I sent it to repair, it overheated a little but had NO performance drops, then I wanted it to run cooler so I asked them to repaste it and then this started happening,. I started having severe frame drops after 1 hour of gaming while before i could go 7+ hours without a performance drop. Temps are sometimes high on the CPU but nowhere near thermal throttling or overheating. (Constant 84-88 spikes at 90°C but still turboing nicely) But when it comes to the GPU i get really bad frame drops: In MSI afterburner I monitored the card's frequency and when the frame drops happened i noticed a sudden either drop or spike in frequency while temps never got over 74°C. And in task manager i monitored the card's usage and was experiencing jumps from 20% to 100% utilization. I have 4 theories for what could be happening: 1.- GPU's power delivery // DRMs overheating due to misplaced or damaged thermal pads when I sent my blade to repair and repaste 2.- GPU's VRAM overheating due to misplaced or damaged thermal pads. 3.- Not enough thermal compound on the CPU and/or GPU 4.- Damaged GPU I already reinstalled drivers, Unvervolted and reinstalled windows to no avail. So this might be a hardware issue.
  2. Hits 5,625 Mhz A liquid nitrogen-cooled AMD Ryzen 9 3900x has just set a new overclocking world record in the wPrime benchmark, beating the previous title holder, the Intel Core i9-7920X. The feat was performed by Australian overclocker jordan.hyde99, who got the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X to reach 5.63 GHz to complete the tests in just 35 seconds and 517 milliseconds. Beating the 35 seconds and 693 milliseconds of the i9-7920x. I mean I can just imagine what AMD is cooking for us when it comes to future CPU generations. That i9 9900KF crown is in danger and I love it!! https://www.techradar.com/amp/news/liquid-nitrogen-cooled-amd-ryzen-9-3900x-is-the-new-world-overclocking-champ
  3. There is a common thing that happens (in some countries) where internet service providers automatically slow down your network as soon as a certain hour strikes (11pm - 1am). But this is repeatable and normal, so if you're experiencing significant drops in speed then call your ISP and hope for the best. And in the meantime you could use ethernet to get just a little more speed from your now brand new dial up 1990's internet!
  4. I highly recommend you the Samsung 1440p 32" 144hz Curved 4ms Monitor. (LC32JG5) 1.- It is both 1440p and 144hz 2.- It has a 3000:1 contrast ratio 3.- Colors are vibrand and accurate. 4.- CURVED va panel. It is REALLY crisp, the detail is amazing. Just upgraded from a 24" FHD monitor to this 32" behemut and I recommend it 100%. Edit: This is a cheap monitor, its really well priced... I got it for $330 USD and absolutely love it. But you may be able to find alternatives that include a newer freesync version and HDR.
  5. I want just to point out that a 3000 series Ryzen chip is a must. The r5 3600 could be a better choice compared to the r7 2700x, the 3600x is even a better choice, you would be getting less cores but way better gaming performance. The 1070ti is a decent option, and even though RTX cards are not always recommended I would advise you to go for the 2060 since it has basically the same performance as the 1070ti but it gives you slight futureproofing when it comes to ray tracing, both of these cards are amazing though!
  6. The MSI has better reviews and boasts great color accuracy. That being said, you should go for a NEW product, if you're going to go for a used one just check it doesnt have dead pixels and finally RENEWED products have a really bad reputation when it comes to Amazon Monitors.
  7. I recently bought a 1440p 144hz Samsung Curved 32" Monitor and in the settings i can set it to 144hz but i've been having trouble getting devices to support 144hz Via HDMI (High Speed) connected to an HP Elitebook with Intel UHD 620 - I get 2560x1440p but it does not give me 144hz, if i go to advanced display settings it caps out at 60hz, I tried updating the drivers but it said that the laptop had the laltest drivers installed, then I downloaded the Intel Graphics Administrator App which quickly said that the drivers were outdated (as I had presumed) but since it is a business laptop, manual driver updates would be considered suspicious activity so there's that. Via HDMI (High Speed) connected to a Galaxy s10+ on a Samsung DEX the monitor claimed to be running at 144hz but it looked choppy and when I ran the UFO Test it confirmed that it was running at 60hz. Samsung doesn't really allow you to change the refresh rate so that a dead end. Via a Thunderbolt 2 (Mini DP) to HDMI on a MacBook Pro 13" mid 2012 it CAPS OUT AT 1080p 60hz, I believe I need an active adapter or a MiniDP to DP cable but both of these are near impossible to find on stores. Via a DP to HDMI adapter on a PC with a Core i3 i get a 1440p signal but only at 60hz. Is there a reasonable way to run it at 144hz on any of these devices??? The Macbook pro is my main device and I dont want to order a MiniDP to DP cable only for it to not work and give me the same performance, so this is the device I want the monitor to work with THE MOST. Final note: Im upgrading my laptop really soon and im either going to a RTX2060 clevo , or a used (like new) Razer Blade 15 - 2070 Max Q. Both will be running HDMI 2.0 or 2.1 (not sure) but they should be able to handle my new monitor. But until I upgrade, what should I do'
  8. At that price range you're going to be limited to brands like sceptre. I believe they're based on Samsung's Curved VA panels and are 144hz. If you dont like curved panels you'll have a harder time finding a 144hz cheap monitor. https://www.amazon.com/Sceptre-C248B-144R-24-Inch-FreeSyncTM-DisplayPort/dp/B07GG8RVXP This one may need color calibration as one user pointed out but it is dirt cheap!
  9. There's a sweet spot and LInus has pointed it out in several videos but 1440p 144hz displays are the golden standard for gaming. You may be able to find one of those for less than $300 USD
  10. Amazon's best seller monitor is the samsung 24" Curved FHD monitor and I used to own it, at 24" the ppi was decent and text looked crisp and nice... BUT I would advise you to bump up your budget to around $250-300 and buy a WQHD/QHD 1440p monitor. Samsung has a great 27" Curved 1440p 60hz Quantum Dot Monitor and you can find it for around $225 and you could potentially overclock it to 75hz.
  11. I recently bought a 32" Curved Samsung 1440p 144hz VA Monitor and it has great colors and contrast, it does not have neither HDR nor IPS technology but for $330 it was right in my budget and I still consider it a great deal.
  12. fun fact , ALCOHOL SLIPS THE FUCK OUT OF MICROFIBER CLOTHS, spilled it all over me and the floor. CPU is clean as new now.
  13. Thanks , now i just remembered my bad. Maybe i just forgot because im used to manage stronger solvents such as turpentine for painting purposes.
  14. plastics? could you please explain a bit more, i just dont want to kill my first CPU