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  1. Solved: Asus tuf Ryzen, just released. Battery is lacking but everything else checks out. 1200CAD
  2. Yes, from the tower.... hence the wanting "a 65inch monitor"
  3. Like the title says, I just want a TV that has an HDMI input(s); signal goes in, signal gets displayed. Like a monitor, but you know... 65 inches. All programming runs off the tower, no need for that crappy painfully slow smart stuff. Is this a thing that even exists? ...Or am I looking exclusively at projectors now?
  4. all that ancient tech just blends together man.
  5. VR makes me sick... in some games, not others. Isolated problem to pushing frames. Whats the most powerful frame monster money can buy with an AIO and some serious overclocking headroom attached? I'm taking 120 as its minimum output here. Single cards only (I've been down the SLI road before and never again).
  6. I need a good case with oodles of ports; cat 6, hdmi, lots of usb - for work equipment... but don't need the most powerful or expensive internals, I can bump up my own ram and nvme.... essentially an easy custom build if i didnt need it in laptop format... what are my options? OR i5, 1050, swappable ram and nvme slots, cat6 & hdmi, 95wh bat, - under 1500$
  7. Can't use dongles, custom software does not allow.
  8. 6 hours running full screen & IO during missions in a turbulent plane with intermittent power input, metal = scratch & impact resistant (plastic gear gets obliterated if we get neg-G turbulence, also less RF shielding). weight depends on component balance, no specific number but I have to haul ass with it so lighter is better- under 10lbs full package. Canada.
  9. ports are required for the work equipment. non-negotiable must haves.
  10. Hello, It's laptop replacement time once again as my current travel companion is literally falling apart. Requirements: Professional look, no ROG unicorn barf. Metal exterior- Can withstand united airlines. 95 w/h battery. i5 or similar 16+GB or up-gradable ram slots. Gtx1050 or similar for some lite gaming. NVME SSD. Must have: HDMI, **Sturdy** cat6 port, 2x usb3 standard ports for the work equipment it plugs into. Size and weight isnt too much of an issue, but i would prefer smaller and lighter. 15 inches, a few pounds. Performance isnt as important as future-proofing. Ideally a razor blade, (15 inches with oodles of ports), but not 3 grand. $1000-1500 would be ideal. Ideas?
  11. That's literally all I want. A giant 65 inch 4k monitor. Or a TV with a passthrough function. Refresh doesn't matter so much as latency. It's slave to the tower so all the fancy smart TV BS is not wanted. Just a few HDMI in for the pc, xbox, ps4, etc. QLED is prefered, but lowest price (if there's even an option at 65" lol) would be nice.
  12. I have an odd request, not sure how to phrase it. Not so much a techno use issue so much as a power issue. I have a set of powered clothing I used for my job, all (vest, gloves, hat) fed by USB 5v making battery packs cheap but Not strong. I love the gear as its an affordable way to keep the cold from sinking in after 8 hours in -20c. (alternative offerings from dewalt are passing the 800 dollar mark, and their batteries dont last that much longer from what I've seen). It EATS battery packs for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a late night snack if im doing overtime. These packs last anywhere from 3-6 months until the charge in them becomes so useless Its time to move on. So what I'm asking for is a round up of all battery packs; their ports, power outputs, lifespan under full load, and cycles before charge depletion. Also, a "pc in a suitcase" build would be cool to see for us work camp guys (right now im running a microatx with projector)
  13. Looking to build a new media workstation//gaming rig. Wondering how small I can make it & how much it would cost in both money and performance to do it. Requirements: Ryzen 8core + AIO 2fan for OC. As much ram as you can possibly pack in there. Adobe is a pig. 1060-6 or a 1070 if mining ever cools down. NVME system + SSD Scratch. Storage is over NAS 10gb ethernet because uncompressed 4k scrubbing over nas.
  14. If I had room for a rack I'd totally grab that as a render box.....
  15. a9249

    We Designed the ULTIMATE Gaming TV

    Love the idea, and have some suggestions for a down-price version: there are people out there who want high performance parts but don't wan't to buy a bunch of shit we don't necessarily need. (all those many many ports, speakers, bells and whistles...). I just don't want to pay for a bunch of ports I don't need. Just have a few HDMI and a Display port in. Many people Just don't notice anything above 60hz, so just make sure its rock solid at that. TV interpolation of images drives people crazy, so have the budget just do the 4:1 upsample. The bluetooth is a nice touch, remotes are so 90s. And that's it. No speakers, no legacy ports, no fancy expensive image processor. Then make it massive. I'm essentially trying to say I'm looking for a large (lol like 80 inch) OLED monitor I can wallmount that isn't stupid expensive. There's a large market of people who like high quality products but simply don't want to pay for what they dont need. You could also offer a "choose your feature" pricing model and make all the additional components modular. _______________________ And some flagship features you could consider - a built in wifi router/repeater so the tv can jack into the home eithernet/wifi and boost the signal to nearby devices. Even go a bit further and put a modem in the tv to power the wifi with the coax line + Coax/ant for local signal pickup (usefull if your area is in state of emergency). Bonus - operate as a fiber modem with 10gb out. I also like the idea of the OLED box/line/tv that the window video had. Put all the various connectors and hardware in a little box on the bottom,and the rest of the tv is super light. Detachable for wall mounting, but comes mounted with a stand. Also my years working as a tech for telus tell me you want to have the ability to re-calibrate the colours at a later date hidden in the diagnostic menu [with ample warnings and stoppers]. People do dumb shit to their tv's - have personal preferences of what looks "right" or hardware failures over time require calibration to "live with" a fault until total bricking.