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caldrin

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About caldrin

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Spain/Gibraltar

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  • CPU
    i7 5820k @ 4.0ghz
  • Motherboard
    MSI x99 Raider
  • RAM
    32GB DDR4 3333
  • GPU
    Nividia 1080ti Founders
  • Case
    NZXT
  • Storage
    OS: Samsung 970 Evo 500gb,Gaming: Corsair 700gb SSD, Storage 2TB Hybrid
  • PSU
    Corsair 850i
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator x34p + 40" 4k HDR Samsung TV
  • Cooling
    NZXT X61 Kraken Watercooler
  • Keyboard
    Razor Blackwidow Chroma V1
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    HDMI out to Denon AVR-X2400H Dolby Atmos setup
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Also don't let all this discourage you to much I mean if you have a good idea with what you want to do then sure go ahead and start really looking into it but as long as your eyes are open to the issues that will confront you that is the main thing.
  2. I dont really know what the fuss is about myself.. I watch the videos LTT puts out because they are entertaining and also provide some good info about products and so on at the same time.. hell I even watched the Mac stuff even tho I hate mac products haha.. but yeah I don't care if they have silly thumbnails or the titles don't describe exactly what is in the video 100%.. it really does not bother me and I am kind of surprised that people actually think its an issue. ah well.
  3. I did a similar thing about 10 years back now its very very hard to compete on prices with the big companies.. .well in the UK anyway. Basically all retailers buy from one of the big suppliers like IngramMicro, but the main issue is if you buy in bulk from then you get the stuff cheaper.. So say they sell a laptop or whatever for £600 each.. now if you buy in bulk say 500 the price drops per item by like £25 and so on the more you buy.. so big companies like Amazon can buy 1000s and getting them at a super cheap price.. leaving the small guy that does not have the funds trying to compete.. in the end you make so little cash from actually selling something then its just not worth bothering with haha. Now maybe if you live in an area full of old people that dont know what the internet is then you could still make a profit hehe
  4. Yeah basically all junk I guess.. I used to end up with boxes and boxes of cables as I was always thinking "one day you never know I might need one" that day never came hahaha
  5. Also if you cant be bothered to press f5 hehe there are chrome plugins that will auto refresh the page for you like https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/auto-refresh/ifooldnmmcmlbdennkpdnlnbgbmfalko?hl=en
  6. If you are doing graphic design and video editing you probably want something with really good color accuracy.. I know that LG tv says thats what it has but yeah i would really do some research into it.
  7. I am not an audiophile or anything myself and never really invested in expensive headsets until recently. Anyway I was using a Steelseries Artic 7 from gaming and i thought the audio was really good.. but recently picked up the Hyprer x Cloud orbit.. did not really need the wireless side of things.. but anyway I guess as you would expect the audio quality is night and day especially in High Def mode when listening to flac files, but even for gaming you can tell the difference. I play Escape from Tarkov and being able to tell the location of someone is important and again the Cloud Obit in surround mode are a lot better than the Artic 7... But other than that I cant really help haha but ill prob never go back to cheaper headsets..
  8. Steelseries Arctis 7 is a great wireless set.. basically you cant really go wrong with it.
  9. Btw I would stick with 2 sticks of ram, have seen issues running 4 sticks with XMB enabled on the AMD stuff..
  10. What are the PC system requirements for Fortnite? Recommended System Requirements Nvidia GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 equivalent DX11 GPU 2 GByte VRAM Core i5-7300U 3.5 GHz 8 GByte RAM Windows 7/8/10 64-bit + Mac OSX Sierra (10.14.6+) Minimum System Requirements Intel HD 4000 on PC or Intel Iris Pro 5200 on Mac Core i3-3225 3.3 GHz 4 GByte RAM Windows 7/8/10 64-bit + Mac OSX Sierra (10.14.6+) Mac computers must support Metal API. Check if your Mac supports Metal here. So you should be good with that I guess.. btw dont mis-match ram so go for the 2x4gb or 2x8gb if you can.
  11. Windows 10 in HDR mode is pretty terrible.. not sure ow they could get it so right on the xbox and then mess it up on Windows 10. maybe we will see an update to HDR support at some point but at the moment its pretty clunky..
  12. Ok a good system at least but even a 2080ti will have trouble running some games maxed out at 4k.. best point for gaming at the moment is 144p.. or even one of the Ultrawide options like the Acer predator x34p or something along those lines that has a decent refresh rate as I see your current monitor is stuck at 60Hz This article has a good overview of the available 4k gaming monitors out there if you are set on a 4k monitor. https://www.ign.com/articles/the-best-4k-gaming-monitors
  13. what do you consider a good budget ? Also what are you planning to use it for ? If its gaming what are your system specs ?
  14. Yeah only thing i can suggest is just read up on as many reviews as you can for the TVs that you can afford from that site, but you might need to spend a bit more to get good quality HDR..
  15. Yeah ram is not helping for sure but what resolution are you running at ? remember its only a mid range card and probably aimed at 1080p gaming.. have had a quick loo kat some reviews and anything higher then 1080p does seem to have some frame rate drops running games maxed out. Still its prob worth picking up some new ram really..
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