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Mholes

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  1. Yes, it is. (Supports intel 9th/8th gen).
  2. Personally i'd choose the R5 2600. While it might lose to i5 8600 in games (not by much), it provides a better upgrade path.
  3. Personally i would get 1070Ti, it has great price/perf and since RTX raytracing is kinda meh atm i don't see RTX cards as an option. Comparing to VEGA's: the 1070Ti uses less power and still beats both of them, VEGA 64 will beat it in some scenarios/games. Also with 8GB VRAM the 1070Ti should hold up in 1440p. Some games might even run with ULTRA settings. TL;DR; - 1070Ti - cos it has the best price/perf without TENSOR cores out of these cards.
  4. Yea, phones have much higher PPI. So it really depends what you are looking for in the photos/videos. Agree still tho.
  5. Personally i prefer 1440p over 4K atm. Main reason being the fact that you can't easily reach high fps in any games while playing in 4K. With 2080Ti you can get close, but NVlinked 2x2080Ti's are a must if you really want to reach those sweet 120fps marks. Personally I'd buy either an 1440p 144Hz etc etc. OR an ultrawide 1440p monitor with 120Hz etc etc. Personal opinion tho. You should wait for other answers too.
  6. Well, few things you could do just in case. 1. Update your video card driver. 2. Run a disk check using cmd, -> chkdsk /f /r command 3. Run Windows memory diagnostic test, mdsched.exe
  7. 1. Ryzen is cheaper, and it will beat the intel i5 8600k in productive tasks. 2. In gaming Intel is king. Depending where you live you can buy better Ryzen 2xxx chips that cost the same as the i5 8600K.
  8. Depends on the resolution and refresh rate you want like @Princess Cadence mentioned.
  9. The performance impact is like max 1-3fps in games. Unless you do something taxing on another display while gaming with another.
  10. Well, the Samsung C24FG73 might have it's own sleep settings. You should check those. No idea about the drivers tho.
  11. well, rank 1103 (from people with same cpu and gpu). Hard to say if it is good or bad since you have 0 OC. It's ok i guess.
  12. Because HyperX clouds had excellent price–performance etc. Some people just want that sweet Sennheiser HD800 quality paired with GSX 1000, but in the end everything comes down to personal preferences.
  13. Q1: You should activate G-sync, G-sync makes lower frame rates look smoother on a high refresh rate display. Since it will change your displays refresh rate to match your fps. Q2: Some people avoid VA-panels, you should check reviews etc before buying. Q3: If i remember correctly you could use G-sync + V-sync. V-sync removers screen tearing when going past the displays refresh rate and if you somehow go under it the G-sync will smoothen it up. Even better you could just limit the max fps of the game to your displays refresh rate. Q4: Q-sync is a nice feature to have if you cannot get to the 120fps, it will make the picture look smoother like i said earlier. V-sync in the other hand will just limit the fps to your displays refresh rate, for example 120. This will help with screen tearing. EDIT: If you want butter smooth experience with Nvidia GPU you should buy G-sync monitor.
  14. Mholes

    HDR Confusion

    Yea it's kinda shady, and yea it's SDR maybe HDRish if the peak brightness in over 400. When i tried to find a good HDR TV i just checked if the TV had a VESA HDR cerification. That is one way to identify if the TV really has an okayish HDR or just a bright SDR.
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    HDR Confusion

    Hmmm, i don't really know what to say :D Weird that they say it's HDMI 2.0a ? Well if the LG looked worse the Samsung is still the winner here even with HDMI 2.0a, since HLG isn't a must it just helps with TV broadcasts etc. :D
  16. Mholes

    HDR Confusion

    Yes, you are right. And good that you checked the LG one. The monitor MUST have HDMI 2.0b since 2.0a doesn't support HLG. And yea since these are entry level TV's you really need to see them personally. Glad to help.
  17. Mholes

    HDR Confusion

    Because both of those panels should have HLG support according to https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/1ed713e1 HDMI 2.0a doesn't support HLG but 2.0b does.
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    HDR Confusion

    Yea, all these HDMI 2.0, 2.0a and 2.0b are very confusing because no one lists them right. Sometimes they are listed as 2.0b sometimes as 2.0. BUT HDR -> 2.0a, HDR + HLG -> 2.0b In conclusion both of those monitors should have HDMI 2.0b.
  19. Mholes

    HDR Confusion

    I personally prefer the LG. In my opinion it is the better choice.
  20. Mholes

    HDR Confusion

    HDMI versions compared HDMI Version Max Resolution Max 4K Frame rate HDCP 2.2 HDR WCG Hybrid Log Gamma Dynamic Metadata 1.4 4K 30Hz No No No No No 2.0 4K 60Hz Yes No No No No 2.0a 4K 60Hz Yes Yes Yes No No 2.0b 4K 60Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes No 2.1 10K 120Hz Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
  21. Mholes

    HDR Confusion

    HDMI 2.0b supports Hybrid Log Gamma. (HLG) Otherwise they both do support HDR.
  22. Can you visit some stores to test some keyboards? It's always best to feel the keyboard. Pretty personal thing, I myself like the Brown switches. All i know is that my friends praise the Ducky keyboards.
  23. As @HystericalII said get the one that is cheaper. Unless the other one is visually more appealing to you. Otherwise the performance is the same.
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