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Everything posted by varadd

  1. You do make some fair points. The only good Bluetooth headphone I have ever encountered are the Bose Quitecomfort series which the new ones cost a ridiculous amount of money. Just because apple thinks that Bluetooth headphones have matured should mean every other company should follow in their footsteps. Until the wireless headphone Matures like the smartphone market has, I am going to stick to my good old 50x. Also what was your experience regarding the sound quality between the two headphones?
  2. The QVL is qualified vendors list not qualified ram list so I am very positive that they will work. If you want more confirmation you can check on PC partpicker. Also I read somewhere that ryzen is more comfortable with Samsung chip than any other manufacturer( take this with a spoon of salt) and gskill uses Samsung chips. Cheers
  3. If you could sell them at a decent price ( which you should be able to after all they are just ram sticks) you should check out the g skill ripjaws. It’s cas latency is 15-15-15-35 but I don’t think you should spend more than 10% of a cheaper ram but at higher cas latency. If you can your hands on the gskill flare X (not on your mentioned website)kit then you should definitely go for it. Also stay above the 3000 MHz mark as ryzen lover faster memory. Cheers
  4. Even if you are not a competitive gamer you should not settle for a 60hz panel especially when you have such a capable GPU. I think you should go for a 144 hz panel for without HDR ( You can go for the Samsung CHG70 curved 1440p with 144hz and HDR for 450$. It is a bit expensive but you can wait a little to save some more money and make no compromises) Hope this helps. monitor link-https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824022583&Description=HDR monitor&cm_re=HDR_monitor-_-24-022-583-_-Product
  5. If you wear a red CPU colour you should go with higher frequency Ryzen compatible memory( 3000 or 3200). Gskill’s flare memory is great with Ryzen . But if you like the intel any kit from a reputable brands with frequency of 2660hz or above should serve you good. The kits you mention do have different cas latency but it doesn’t affect performance in any significant way so shouldn’t worry about it. If you crave a bit of RGBBBBBB Gskill’s Trident line up offers great performance in both intel and amd CPUs with reasonable pricing. If you can find any other RGB kit from a reputable brand (like the ones you mentioned)for similar or lower price that rubs you the right way then you should go for( just check which platform it is recommended for and keep the frequency constraint that I mentioned above in mind).