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DVA

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About DVA

  • Title
    Veteran

System

  • CPU
    i7 8700k
  • Motherboard
    EVGA Z370 FTW
  • RAM
    16gb Corsair 3000Mhz 16cl
  • GPU
    EVGA 1080ti SC2
  • Case
    Fractal Design Meshify C
  • Storage
    2tb hdd / 860 evo 500gb
  • PSU
    EVGA G2 500W Gold
  • Display(s)
    AOC 2560x1440p 27"
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i Pro
  • Keyboard
    Razer Ornata Chroma
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Spectrum
  • Sound
    (looking for better headphones)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. DVA

    Microphone - Need help

    Pretty similar, but instead of a microphone that is on a stand or a handheld, it's the type that is pinned to the shirt just below the neck. Sorry for being vague.
  2. DVA

    Microphone - Need help

    Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone has experience with the microphones that get pinned to your shirt in order to record audio. Things like what Linus, JayzTwoCentz, etc. wears. I know the higher quality ones cost more, but I was just wondering where I can begin. My wife will be trying something new out and we need to record audio. She won't be simply sitting down and using a usb/jack mic. So one of the above mentioned mics would be great. So...any suggestions my people? Sorry if I didn't clarify too well. I'm at work and on a small break.
  3. DVA

    Audio Technica vs blue

    Watch this video.
  4. DVA

    Monitor for console gaming

    You're wanting to console game? At 60Hz you're better off with a TV. You can find a monitor at 1080p with 144Hz/1ms for around $200 for a good one. Also, curved monitors aren't too good, it causes slight distortion in the corners and offers no true benefits. 4k at 60Hz is definitely a TV option. 4k at 100-120Hz is a monitor choice.
  5. DVA

    Tips for buying preowned GPUs

    I love my SC2, have you noticed a significant advantage of the FTW3 over the SC2? My case could not fit a FTW3 due to my front moutned 280mm rad. To OP: I'm not saying to just buy any 1080ti, but generally EVGA is the safest to go with. They have a 3 year warranty on their cards and the 1080ti was released in 2017 I believe? It also goes by manufactured date, not initial release date. Their warranty does cover used/secondhand cards as well if you have it registered to yourself. I believe even when RMA'ing it lists that as an option. With the discontinuation of the 1080ti, who knows how that will be handled now.
  6. DVA

    crackling over bluetooth headphones

    If it works, it works. Happy for ya
  7. DVA

    crackling over bluetooth headphones

    Could just be your location or room. For instance, when I use my earbuds at my desk I get a static/popping background noise, but when I go to the restroom or if I go to my sister's desk (we work in the same building), I get no interference whatsoever.
  8. DVA

    crackling over bluetooth headphones

    I do believe that is interference, have you tried using different ports or a different PC and seeing if that does anything?
  9. DVA

    The FASTEST gaming PC money can buy

    May I ask a semi un-related question here, why does Linus always have a sweater on? Are the offices kept a little chilly at the LMG building?
  10. DVA

    Mic arm for Blue Yeti mic?

    The Uni I went to has free access to alumni so I just may go there and use their 3D printer and resources. Thanks for the suggestions. That is honestly pretty damn cool lol. I think I will try out the above linked mic arm and if it's not to my liking then I just may have to try this one out
  11. DVA

    Mic arm for Blue Yeti mic?

    Title. I need a mic arm for my Blue Yeti and would like some suggestions if you guys have any. I do like hearing from people rather than just doing a Google search. I'd love it to be stable, so paying extra for stability is fine with me. As for a budget, umm. Don't really know right now, but I'd love some suggestions first and I'll take it from there. (obviously don't recommend those $300 mic arms) Thanks for any help!
  12. Just in case any of got any sag with your GPU or anything, I found this and it's pretty neat. :d

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077LGLN4G/?coliid=IHT7T3WLUG656&colid=O0D1OQ1OKD5Y&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

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    2. Jtalk4456

      Jtalk4456

      i'm a bit confused it doesn't even look like it's touching the card in their pic

      image.png.43ece262d982957b4f82a212a669d043.png

      is their pic just a bad example?

    3. Cyberspirit

      Cyberspirit

      On Amazon, it shows some spacers you can use to hold the GPU up if it does sag.

       

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    4. Jtalk4456

      Jtalk4456

      ah ok, that makes more sense

  13. DVA

    Move LTT Yearly to Floatplane new site

    Just watched a video from over a year ago talking about how you will always stay loyal to your fans and do your best to take care of them. Stay the same Linus. 10/10.
  14. DVA

    How Did I Do On My AMD Build

    B450 F board (mid range) 1070ti (High end) 32GB RAM w/3000 frequency (high end) 2700x (high end) 860 EVO (high end) High end build my friend.
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