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PSenapus

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4670k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H
  • RAM
    2x GEIL Evo Potenza 4GB DDR3 1866mhz CL9
  • GPU
    Gigabyte Radeon R9 280X
  • Case
    Enermax Fulmo ST
  • Storage
    GEIL Zenith S3 Series 240GB
  • PSU
    Sleeved and shrouded Cooler Master V700
  • Cooling
    Enermax LIQTECH 240
  • Keyboard
    Sentey Gho5t
  • Mouse
    Sentey Nebulus + Sentey Noir MM
  • Sound
    Sentey Vibros
  1. I should have mentioned I have tried playing around with these enhancements, even disabling them not much changes, yes maybe the noise gets lower but my voice... People can't hear it, it's too quiet. I tried my headphones on a asus motherboard without realtek audio and my voice is crystal clear with no noise, enhancements disabled. There must be something wrong with my settings I believe, any idea?
  2. Hello I have been experiencing this problem for many years on many different motherboards, running windows vista to 10, all of them sporting realtek chips: The microphones plugged in are quiet! At the same time there is tons of noise. No matter if the mic is plugged in from the back i/o panel or the case front panel, my voice is way too quiet (100% volume 100% boost) and there is a strong hissing going on. To hear my voice at an average volume I have to shout in the mic. I've previously solved this problem by using a condenser USB microphone but for reasons I couldn't bring my equipment along, instead I got a brand new headset, an Ozone Blast ST. Its mic has a 2.2k ohm impedance. This problem is haunting me and I don't know how to fix it. What makes me even more angry is that everyone else with my same motherboard and similar headsets seem to have no issues whatsoever! Why me?! How the *** do *** I fix this ***? Currently running: Windows 10 pro Asrock Z77 Fatality Professional (Realtek ALC898, drivers released 2015-06-16) Ozone Blast ST Mic volume is set to 100, boost at maximum +30db P.S. Please don't link me to usb adapters.
  3. Hello, I have lots of experience with desktops but none with laptops, sorry for the noob question. Cousin has an Asus A54C that came with 4gb 1333mhz module installed with a free slot to upgrade to 8gb. Voltage and latency of the module inside the laptop are unknown, UEFI does not tell either. Question is: will it be okay if I install a 4gb 1600mhz module in the free slot? A dude sells one for dirt cheap. Let me know!
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    Pack a monitor for flight (as check in baggage)

    The baggage will cost me 15 euros, not a big deal at all. I know, those people actually throw and stack bags around. That is why I'm looking for suggestions. Halp!
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    Pack a monitor for flight (as check in baggage)

    Unfortunately it isn't. It costs almost a hundred to ship a monitor
  6. Hallo, I am moving to Denmark for a master degree and possibly for life. I plan on bringing my PC, especially my monitors with me. (2x HP DreamColor Z24x) How would you pack a monitor to survive the throws and shit that happens to a checked in baggage at the airport? I have the original boxes but they don't seem too safe on their own. P.S. Yes they're european monitors, their PSU works well there.
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    Info and opinions dual Acer G247HL

    I think I'm getting 2x AOC i2369V at the end.
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    Info and opinions dual Acer G247HL

    Thats quite a big bezel, isn't it?
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    Info and opinions dual Acer G247HL

    Do you have a G247HL? Can you please tell me how thick are those bezels, from the last pixel to the end of the monitor?
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    Info and opinions dual Acer G247HL

    Hello, I am planning to buy 2 new monitors in order to have a triple monitor setup for work and gaming. I already own a Philips 240p4qpyeb, which is a 1920x1200 ips display. I was looking to buy 2x Acer G247HL which are on sale on an online store in my country. They look interesting because of the slim bezels much like the Acer H236HL linus made a video of long time ago. However I can't find reviews of these on the internet Does anyone know how accurate are the colors on these units? Is the surface glossy or semi-glossy? Otherwise, can anyone suggest other 24 inch ips displays with slim bezels and decent color accuracy? (No Dell's please) Thank you for the help.
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    Acer E5-571 SSD upgrade help

    I read that cloning the drive will make the recovery partition not work. Anyway I think I have decided I'll first try to see if windows update can find all the drivers needed: Yesterday I used the recovery to have "factory reset" of the user partition and I was impressed by the large amount of bloatware the recovery installs. I'll get a legit private license of windows 8.1. I hate laptops.
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    Acer E5-571 SSD upgrade help

    I'll be adding a picture tonight when I'll be able to take it. As for the other questions, I'll be waiting for any help
  13. Hello, I hate laptops. I have in my hands an Acer E5-571 (runs windows 8) as well as a brand new Samsung 850EVO 120 and now for my next magic trick I will make you confused: I have unscrewed the back of the laptop to get access to the HDD cage and I see 3 ribbon cables, how the fuck do I remove them without breaking anything? Is there any way I can backup the recovery partition along with all drivers and shit in order to clean install windows on the new SSD? How do I keep my license information? Please help me. P.S. Acer's website sucks for drivers downloading, drivers do not match the hardware on my device and such issues.
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    No one is smart enough to answer this?!

    I'll give you my experience and opinion with this matter: I have two displays, a 1920x1200 and a 1920x1080. Many games have the locked Z axis, isometric games especially, like league of legends. These games allow you to see more, and have a wider field of view with wide resolutions and ultrawide resolutions. 1920x1080 will give you a technical advantage. The other games behave differently and allow you to see more based on the amount of pixels your display has, 1920x1200 wins here. However, 1920x1080 has less pixels than 1920x1200, meaning your graphics card has to render less pixels with the first resolution. Resources demanding games will be harder on your GPU with the 1920x1200 resolution. The solution is to get a 1920x1200 display that has display scaling capabilities, so you can run fullscreen games at 1920x1080 with black bars at the top and bottom. This way you will have the most versatile setup. As a designer and content creator I love 16:10.
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