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  1. Would this work with the ASRock > Z390M-ITX/ac ?
  2. So I am working on my micro build right now but have hit a bit of a wall. I am having trouble finding the right cooling for this CPU (Was hitting high 80s last night with intels crappy stock air cooler that came with the 9400 at ab idle) I bought an Corsair H60 thinking it would install but noticed that the retention bracket wouldn't fit on the board. I need some good suggestions on how to cool this CPU I have Cooler Master 130 Elite case Z390M Asrock Mobo I5 9400 Aesthetics are no problem at all! Thank you
  3. I will check out some of the cords and try a direct connection. Hopefully it provides great results. Appreciate it again thanks
  4. Very informative I am going to browse these options a bit when I get some free time from work and try them out. Is there any alternative options that would provide more optimal results?
  5. Yeah I know it's gonna cost me over 100$ for a cable that isn't my issue to be honest. I just want to know the best route and best possible way to experience my computers power from other places in the house without having to move it to said rooms.
  6. I have a few TV's in my home and was curious of alternative routes that I could explore for gaming around the house. I have tried Steam Link and Nvidia Shield but experience issues with both even with strong internet and hardware. Steam Link has issues with my display lagging and or just crashing and Nvidia shield tends to have a TON of input lag. I have tried both with direct Ethernet and wifi. SO my question is, what about just running a display cable to it? From my understanding you need a fiber optic cable because the length can reach up to about 30 feet for my circumstance right now currently and the distance requires high speeds. Second part to my question is input... would running a controller directly to the TV be recognized as an input on my PC or would I need some insane bluetooth stuff going on to make this dream a reality? Lastly, if you have any better suggestions please let me know. My display is a 4k Sony HDR smart TV (not certain the exact model but it was just shy of $1,000 when I bought it and it's nothing to special pretty basic)
  7. From the benchmarks I have seen between a 2560 and 3440 is about a 20% frame difference as well. If I wanted to save money and gain the performance... this would be the best route? Correct me if I'm wrong about that performance difference between display resolutions and or suggestions.
  8. I want to pick up most AAA titles that are graphically intense and play them in ultra above 100fps at least. When I dip below 60 it shows. Nothing specific but games like Anthem, Destiny 2, and witcher 3 have given me issues. I want an overall increase to my frames and not risk making a expensive bad choice here. Just the rep the 2080ti has and reviews has given me a distaste to it and i am trying to justify 1200$ for the increase at this point
  9. I am not sure which way to go. For starters my specs are as follows 1080ti I7 9700k 32gbs ram 970 evo All that jazz I got alot of power right now and just looking to maximize the frames I am getting on my display. So I got a acer predator34 in 100Hz (OC) ultrawide display running 3440x1440 With my setting cranked to high/ultra on games such as Anthem and Destiny 2 I am sitting at about 50-70 frames sometimes getting 80. And I would ideally like to be above 100Hz at most to all times. Is this realistic on this kind of display? I have seen that if I went to like a 2560x1440 I would gain about 20% more frames which would put me more in range. Is SLI really something that would give me a substantial increase in power? Or is a 2080ti going to do it. If possible what route would you go, change the display or SLI or 2080ti? Please help
  10. Okay. I will just grab a 120M and throw it on the exhaust to play it safe. Thanks for the link glad to see someone else has used this already!
  11. Hello everyone I got another question, I recently found out you can install a AIO to your GPU. So here is what I would like to do and I just want to verify if the parts are compatible I own a https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N108TGAMING-OC-11GD#kf I want to install a Kraken G12 bracket to it and wanted to know if this is compatible with the card before I buy this. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAH418DX1252&Description=kraken g12&cm_re=kraken_g12-_-35-146-062-_-Product The AIO I want to install is the X72 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835146065&ignorebbr=1&source=region&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleAdwords-PC-_-pla-_-Liquid+%2F+Water+Cooling-_-N82E16835146065&gclid=Cj0KCQiAvqDiBRDAARIsADWh5TfXKB1tvEFE6b5D32f58eqav3zfdpjXMX7DoQhH6WIyOT-0FiX_Q0AaAmIJEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds I know a 360MM is a bit overkill but I can only mount this radiator on the front of my case. I have a Hero 11 board https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813119150&Description=asus hero 11&cm_re=asus_hero_11-_-13-119-150-_-Product Please let me know if these all will work and thank you.
  12. Thanks a ton! I will search for some single arm mounts instead!
  13. https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Predator-UltraWide-Widescreen-X34/dp/B016GNX4SE is the model
  14. I own a "Acer Predator 34-inch Curved UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) NVIDIA G-Sync Widescreen Display (X34 bmiphz)" and would like to know if there is a multi monitor mount that supports this? I have not been able to find many details of anyone doing a multi display set up using this monitor. I ideally would like to use this with a few cheap 1080p displays on the left, right, and above this monitor. What I am trying to get at and am wondering is there any multi monitor mount that support this 34inch display and one on each side of it (and possibly above it) and if so could you point me in the direction and give me any advise on challenging that maybe faced and display choices if needed.
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