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Alexinhooooo

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About Alexinhooooo

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday 2001-05-03

Contact Methods

  • Discord
    Alexinhooooo#6538
  • Steam
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  • Twitter
    @alexandre3lopes

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Portugal
  • Interests
    Computers, Trap Music
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-6700K Skylake 4.0GHz 8MB - Sk 1151
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z170A GAMING PRO CARBON - SK 1151
  • RAM
    HyperX Fury 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4-2400MHz CL15
  • GPU
    Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1060 6GB OC
  • Case
    DeepCool Tesseract SW
  • Storage
    SSD 2.5" Kingston SSDNow UV400 120GB TLC SATA + 2xHDD 3.5" Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM 64MB SATA III + Samsung SATA II 250GB
  • PSU
    XFX TS 550W
  • Display(s)
    Asus MG248QR TN 24" FHD 16:9 144Hz FreeSync & HannsG HW191D 19" Widescreen LCD TFT
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master Seidon 120V VER.2
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master Storm Octane Combo
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival 100
  • Sound
    1st Monitor Speakers
  • Operating System
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
  • PCPartPicker URL

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  1. Hello all. This might sound a little weird, but I have a HDMI cable connecting my PC to my TV, because I wanted to try that instead of using Steam Link. The cable is pretty big and it goes through my house perfectly fine. The thing is since my PC is a little far from my living room, the controller connection is not the best. What I wanted to know is, is there a way I can connect the controller to my TV and make it control the PC just fine? I think not, but I don't lose anything by asking. Thank you in advance.
  2. Yep that makes sense. But on the other hand, the CPU OC was a simple OC (from 4.0 to 4.4GHz) and I've seen people with the exact same GPU hitting 2100MHz+ (thing I can't do, my PC just shuts down, maybe because of what you said in the beginning, still weird tho). I should benchmark and try to tune the clocks until its good indeed.
  3. I OC'd my CPU and a few days later I OC'd my GPU, I believe.
  4. I thought of that, but for this specific OC I think it's not necessary to change the voltages of the CPU. I might be wrong tho.
  5. Well I just went on my BIOS and turned on the MSI game boost (I have a MSI Z170A Pro Gaming Carbon mobo).
  6. Hey all. I didn't know in which category to fit this question, because it involves 3 different things. I'm running GTAV on the background right now, and it's really laggy typing this, and it might be because of what I'm going to say next. I have a GTX 1060 ROG OC @ 1939MHz boost clock and 8488 MHz memory clock, with the power target at 116%. I have an i7 6700K @ 4.4GHz. My power supply is a XFX TS 550W 80 PLUS Bronze. Since I OC'd my CPU and GPU, I've been getting weird crashes mainly on PUBG, and now that I was playing GTAV, I noticed that when I was looking through my settings, it was down to like 10fps for some moments. As I said, typing this is also really laggy with GTAV open, running in the backgroud. The usages and temperatures of all hardware are looking fine, so my guess is that 550W is not enough for this OC (?). Would like very much to read your guesses.
  7. Alexinhooooo

    Z333 on UMC22

    Whats up guys! I'm using a UMC22 audio interface where I have connected my AT2020 XLR microphone and my AD500X headphones. I have the Z333 2.1 set and I wanted to connect it also to my UMC22. I already uninstalled the Realtek HD drivers since I'm not using onboard sound anymore, and I really did not want to reinstall them, but I can't seem to find a way to connect my speakers to my audio interface. The back of the UMC22 has 2 outputs for studio monitors (left and right) and my speakers only have 1 cable do connect them (which comes out of the subwoofer). I know that I could use a jack splitter and put my headphones and speakers there, but I've seen that if possible I should stay away from that. Is there any way to turn those 2 channels into 1 only without losing any performance or any other option? Thanks.
  8. Third time I post something about the AD500X (I'm a pain in the ass for you guys, I'm sorry) but I finally ordered them. The next question I have is, since I'm gonna use the AD500X mostly for gaming, is it a good choice to buy the M50X for some light mixing and listening to music (I want that head-shaking bass). Thanks.
  9. Alexinhooooo

    AD500X

    I got a Z170 Pro Gaming Carbon and I heard these 'recent motherboards' have good AMPs and DACs. These headphones have an impedance of like 48 Ohms or something like that, do you think it would be necessary to buy dedicated hardware?
  10. If you want some good bass for that price you will be well served with the Z333, I have those and I love bumping some trap beats in them.
  11. Alexinhooooo

    AD500X

    Good afternoon. I've already posted something about this subject, but I want to be 100% sure if the AT AD500X are really worth it. I want good soundstage for gaming, like if some player is running in that position, I hear him running in THAT position. I also f*cking love some strong bass, but for now I think I'm gonna go with the gaming part. (And by the way is the bass THAT bad in the AD500X?) So what I really wanted to know is: are these headphones worth it? I've found them for like 70€ which seem pretty reasonable. Thanks for all your answers in advance.
  12. You'll be totally fine. One thing that might happen is if you have something running on your 60Hz monitor (a video or something that 'moves') you will see some stutter on your 144Hz monitor (no fps drop, just stutter) because NVIDIA things (I don't really know why that happens). But besides that you'll be totally fine and the 1060 is a great GPU.
  13. Thank you all for your answers, I appreciate it!
  14. Hey there. GPU's like the p2000 are not aimed at gaming, they're aimed CAD as you said. But that doesn't mean you can't game on them. Buying a p2000 will serve you well in CAD and in gaming. You can check some benchmarks. There is no need in buying 2 different GPU's I think. Have a nice day.
  15. Hello all. Just a very quick question. I've read a lot of reviews about the AD500X headphones and they seem like they're what I'm looking for. I just wanted to know if I'd be losing a lot of performance by not having a soundcard to connect them to. For reference my motherboard is a MSI Z170A pro gaming carbon. Thanks.
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