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Specer

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  1. Hi, Finally still wondering : usb-c is also used to deliver a lot of energy to turbocharged a smartphone. Does any motherboard make it possible ?
  2. Hi, Thanks guys for the answers, the gen 10 was a typo. Some manufacturer website are so misleading that's why I was confused about the connector and the speed... So great I can have 10Gbps front and back ! And for the tuf I just prefer the look of the prime pro ;).
  3. Hi everyone, I just bought an Asus Prime Pro X570 and it has "1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 front panel connector port(s)" Can I connect it to a USB C 3.2 gen 10 (so 10 gigabites) on the case or should the motherboard has a specific Header "USB-C 3.2 Gen 2" ? I really want something super future proof.
  4. Hi everyone, Thanks for all the answers. I finally went for an Acer Nitro VG270UP which is 27in, 144hz, WQHD, g-sync compatible and IPS. I chose to keep my Benq since it's not very old and do a good job. The Acer is bigger than I was looking for but I thought that I would move to another place one day and would be able to ditch my small desk. But actually, 24in + 27in seems now too big for me and i'm still wondering if I will keep it or not. That's damn large. I feel like looking at a tennis game sometimes. What I learnt : 144hz is a greaaaat improvement for gaming experience. WQHD is really nice too for everything. Can you give me a screenshot of how you use lightroom with dual screen ? I tried it for a few times but I wasn't more productive.
  5. Hi everyone, First post here :) I have a "small" space on my desk where I can put at max two 25" monitors side by side. I currently have a Benq BL2410PT (24") which I bought for color accuracy 3 years ago and one old cheap 22" asus monitor. I'm pretty close to my screen (40cm - 50cm). I have a i5-6500 and a GTX-1060 6Gb I do two things mainly : developing raw pictures in Lightroom playing FPS game Sometimes I do some video editing on Premier Pro where I definitely use my double screen. Apart from this case, i mainly use my Benq since it is a bit wider and better than the Asus. I wanted to change my old asus monitor to switch to a freesync (g-sync compatible) / 144hz / 1ms gaming screen and... I saw a bunch of video on damn large screen making me wonder can i have everything in one screen ? I've got a budget of max 650€. What would you choose ?
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