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DnFx91

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About DnFx91

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    Veteran

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    London
  • Interests
    PC's, Motorcycles, Gaming, Physics
  • Occupation
    Computer Systems Engineer

System

  • CPU
    i7 4790s
  • Motherboard
    Asus B85M-E
  • RAM
    32GB Ballistix Sport DDR3 1666
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 980 SC
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide Spec-03
  • Storage
    Kingston Predator 240GB PCIE M.2 Boot, 2TB HDD, 3x 480GB SATA SSD's in RAID 0 (1.3TB)
  • PSU
    Corsair CX600
  • Display(s)
    Asus PB287Q , Generic Samsung 1080p 22"
  • Cooling
    Arctic T3 Air Cooler, All case fans replaced with Noctua NF-B9 Redux's
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G810 Orion
  • Mouse
    Cheap Microsoft Wired (i like it)
  • Sound
    Radial Pro USB DAC into 250w Powered Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Enterprise x64

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  1. Ok so this will likely get a bunch of people saying "NO IT DOES NOT WORK, YOU NEED AN ACTIVE ADAPTER" But that's wrong, it does work, sometimes... Clearly VGA is analog, and HDMI is digital, however the internet is divided as to whether you can passively convert between the two standards. But i've seen it work plenty of times with my own eyes, including my current work laptop which drives a VGA monitor from its HDMI port with a legit HDMI to VGA cable, no adapter or active logic. So im wondering, do certain GPUs actually have the ability to output analog over the HDMI port ? in my experience its usually laptops that can do it. And to add to the weirdness, i once had a laptop which would output analog VGA from the HDMI port when the GPU was running in "windows basic display adapter" mode, with no drivers. but when i installed the drivers, i then had to use an active adapter to get VGA from that same HDMI port. TLDR; You shouldnt be able to passively convert HDMI to VGA, but sometimes you can, why ?
  2. hey man, sorry i actually dismantled this machine about a week after this post, i cobbled it together from spare parts. Can't remember too much about how it worked to be honest I sometimes refer back to this article if i need to remind myself how i did it haha.
  3. Elite Dangerous Some hot place, cant remember system name CMDR StarFox
  4. Elite Dangerous DRYAU AUSMS KG-Y E3390
  5. you must not buy ED without horizons though, literally getting 1% of the experience without it
  6. Elite Dangerous, hands down. Slightly biased as a 2000+ hour Cmdr but hey Screenshots !!!!!
  7. iTunes honestly, its the only media player that can scale properly to a 4k monitor. Foobar is eye torture at high DPI
  8. im sure linus recently showed off a 4-port USB PCIe card, which had a controller on each port. That would fix your issue. But more to the point, what on earth have you got plugged into your PC ?!?
  9. just use an EQ, the reason most bass boosted songs sound like shit is because the kiddies just crank the low end of the EQ up to 11. If you use something like EQOU in Fl studio, you can see the areas of the frequency spectrum and how loud they are, and easily see where you need to boost it. No more than a couple Db
  10. as for the quality of the cable, not too much of an issue. if digital works, it works
  11. for the Playstation you will need to use the HDMI 2.0 input, no other choice. As for the PC, hookup with displayport and ittl be fine. This is of course assuming that your monitor has HDMI 2.0
  12. yeah man, even setting aside whether people personally like the game or not. Just the fact that LTTF went to the effort of making a subforum for something, but chose that something to be star citizen ? baffles me.
  13. Yeah it's fine, it better fucking be anyway i run it on 300 fleet machines
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