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MadDuke

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About MadDuke

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  • Birthday 1987-01-08

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Zagreb, Croatia
  • Occupation
    Project Manager @ Zipato (IoT)

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3,85
  • Motherboard
    Asus B350-i
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2 X 16GB) DDR4 3000
  • GPU
    Asus Strix RX480
  • Case
    Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Shift
  • Storage
    Samsung Evo 960 250GB - NVMe
  • PSU
    Corsair SF Series™ SF600 — 600 Watt 80 PLUS® Gold Certified High Performance SFX PSU
  • Display(s)
    AOC Q3279WG5B
  • Cooling
    CoolerMaster Hydro MasterLiquid 120 + 2X Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM, 120mm and 2X Noctua NF-A14 PWM, 140mm
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD485
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. I actually had a crappy ISP router and when I had a ~20-30 percent of the network saturated on ethernet, connecting with my laptop to wi-fi would offer better performance.
  2. Yeah. But also the reason why from my crap part of the EU the closest server will probably end up in Hungary. The closest Edge node (if I recall correctly where Stadia will be probably hosted there) for me will be Budapest and best case scenario 15ms so 30 both ways. Which should correspond to a delay of 1 frame at 30 fps 2 frames at 60 fps 4 frames at 120 fps. or double that from some probable real world scenarios This should be more than enough for everything except e-sports needs.
  3. Yeah. Here in Croatia it's 20 USD for 150 down 15 up cable inside building, optics from there or 100/100 or 250/250 for 20-30 per month if you have FTTH. Worse case scenario for most people is around 30-60 down if they have to use DSL. Flat Rate. And my point about this service is that you don't have to buy an Xbox, PS4, Switch or PC.
  4. The stream device itself will work better on ethernet of course. That is a matter of bandwidth. The controller can work on wifi. But connecting it to a default ISP crap of a router. That will not be a great experience probably if streaming also from the same crap router. I mean. We are entering WiFi 6 territory and here from my apartment I'm the only one broadcasting a 5GHz signal. Everyone else is still on 2.4 GHz. I even use the 80 wide band I think because there is literally nothing to screw with my signal hahaha.
  5. Actually. Being a Behemoth like Google (or Microsoft) and failing and canceling service while also buying full games would set an important precedent and out of that we would get a lot of really good pro consumer laws.
  6. I agree. But I hate double standards. I have an Asus Rog Phone 2. So, all I would need is a simple USB-C dongle with ethernet and HDMI and play on a big screen wherever I go with a normal connection. And I can then only pay for one month when I want to play and skip on the other months. (even though the default free plan will also be available for casual gaming). And if someone says you shouldn't need a dongle. Then all the macbooks of this world and most ultra portable PCs should also get a 2/10 mark on their reviews That's what I'm saying about double standards
  7. I'm sick of these "reviews". Expectations from these service are unrealistic. And yet, people act like they always bring their xboxes and playstations around from one room to another all the time Example: https://www.gamesradar.com/google-stadia-review-in-progress/ Am I the only one that expected this to only really work reliably with a hi-end router and/or an ethernet connection? And, according to most of these reviews. I would expect something like a Read Dead Redemption 2 for PC get something like 2/10 considering how it launched
  8. I have this in my NAS: https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4/index.asp - 2 x PCI Express 3.0 x16 Slots (single at x16 (PCIE2); dual at x8 (PCIE2) / x8 (PCIE4))* *Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks 1 x Ultra M.2 Socket (M2_1), supports M Key type 2230/2242/2260/2280 M.2 SATA3 6.0 Gb/s module and M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen3 x4 (32 Gb/s) - 1 x M.2 Socket (M2_2), supports M Key type 2230/2242/2260/2280 M.2 SATA3 6.0 Gb/s module and M.2 PCI Express module up to Gen2 x2 (10 Gb/s)* *Supports ASRock U.2 Kit Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks
  9. I really wonder how they will go about it considering GDPR in EU. No, you don't need to have IP information for anything other than historical records. So no, for You multiple IPs simply mean that a person has 4 different ISPs at home for all intents and purposes. And for many places with crappy connection people actually use 4G flat rate modems to access the internet so you don't have the distinction between a phone or a land locked ISP and all the ISPs (at least all those with 90%+ of market dominance) offer that service Also. I know many who if they couldn't have account sharing would simply switch to illegal content because no one wants to pay 16€ per month for 4K Netflix access with a seriously run down library. And they watch content (because of that library) as much as a single person would in the US anyway. Not to mention that with CBS-All Access, HBO, Disney, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon... Ain't nobody gonna pay for all that
  10. I'm not hyped about Intel in the Mobile because they will charge over double the premium of AMD probably. But from a performance perspective this is awesome from Intel side because we need as much competition on the lower to mid range as possible.
  11. Except that even one of my 220 USD 32 inch 75Hz MVA 1440P monitors has freesync that works great. It's not freesync 2, not gsync but sure beats the hell out of not having VRR at all. I don't need a gsync compatible sticker that would increase the price of the monitor when more than 90 percent or freesync monitors work just fine. (from reputable brands). And you have reviews to find out if they don't.
  12. 1. Prices are expected. They had killer deals for 3 years. No answer from Intel yet price wise and now this is an HEDT process node advantage where at the moment Intel can't compete. So, price hike. 2. Since single core performance is great on Ryzen 2 it will be interesting to see how that humongous cache will play with "normal" workloads. 3. Can't wait to get mine 3950x in December and slot it instead of an overclocked 1700. Funny thing is. On stock it will basically be comparable to 1700 at 3.9
  13. This is all nice and well. But, I'll believe it when I see some concrete actions in mid-term. Why? Because they literally f up with the original Asus Rog Phone so I don't think they deserve a benefit of the doubt until they prove themselves.
  14. I already have an 1700 there clocked at 3.9 on a 120mm AiO. I just don't know if I'll be putting an x42 inside or simply go with the custom looop completely. Though I'm lazy with the 3d printer and don't have enough time to use it for a custom printer pieces for the custom loop (to mount stuff like reservoir and pump) so I'll go 140 probably.
  15. I'm only interested in stock performance. But it's going into Phanteks Shift (the smaller non x model) hehehe
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