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ZWELINHTET

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About ZWELINHTET

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    Male

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600X
  • Motherboard
    ASROCK X570 Phantom Gaming 4
  • RAM
    Corsair DDR4 3200 16GB
  • GPU
    Radeon RX 5700XT
  • Case
    Corsair Carbide 275R Series
  • Storage
    WD BLUE M.2 500GB SSD

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  1. Please, get 250GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus SSD and 1TB Seagate BarraCuda HDD. I'm sure this's a big upgrade. Not gonna comment on other parts. Would have go with Ryzen if I were you though.
  2. Nice price point for the 2070 Super but that color though and fans though ...
  3. I would get at least 500GB SSD instead of 250GB for the SSD if I were you. I'm not sure about the GPU either. Nice for the price point, I guess?
  4. I need some guidance with something that can server as if it is my own eyes even from apart. Simply put, I need some kind of 24/7 running IP-Cam related stuffs. There are 3 offices located in 3 different places and I can't be in all places at the same time. So, cameras, right? But the problem is I don't wanna put my PC or Server attached with a Camera. So, I think I have to go with Camera that is connected to the wifi. There're some ip cameras that I can buy but the image quality is so poor. So.... 1. Video Quality (at least 1080P 60FPS) 2. Latency (already have high speed internet with low latency... hoping the camera will not add more latency then +5ms) 3. Stealth (the size of the Go Pro would be lovely) 4. App (if there's an app for that camera to quick look, it would be awesome) Have unlimited budget. The higher the quality of the video, the more I can easily spend. Shoot! Any recommendation would help me a lot.
  5. Thank you so much for the comment. This make my mind a bit clear for the path.
  6. Just need a big ass Video Wall that can access from a desktop, a laptop (and 1 AppleTV even though the ratio aspect of this might not be working properly) We usually set the budget around 90,000$ for this kindda of ... ahh .. how should I put it... "something cool", i guess. This might helps a lot for my research. Thank you. Yes. The input cap is what I'm having trouble with. I can't put more than 4K on a single cable either. I've just heard about the daisy chain tech recently. I'm sure it can connect all multi-monitors as one but it all come down to the bottle-neck of the source input, right?
  7. I have a series of questions and I'm seeking answers. Before anything else, look at the attached picture. That's 6 of 85inch 4K TV stacked as 3x2 attached to a PC (oh my poor potato) with 6 of HDMI 2.0 cables. The resolution setting on each TV is 3840 x 2160 and the display settings are adjust to the 3x2. 1. Is it 24K technically speaking? 2. The maximum output from one RTX 2080 Ti is stated as 8K. Is it for each port or all ports? 3. Is there a better way to do just to achieve a 4K content on each TV? 4. Is there a better thin bezel TV with same or bigger size? Any ideas, guys?
  8. If I were you, I would start test the power supply on another system and see whether it's still working or not. And if it's okay, I will replace the CPU with another one (borrow from a friend if I don't have another one). The final place I'll be looking is how to test if Mobo is fried or not (on YouTube or somewhere).
  9. I would start a new budget one rather than upgrading that. Look for super cheap budget gaming build at LTT youtube. There might be a quick solution there.
  10. https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-AB350-Gaming-3-rev-1x/support#support-doc Look for your RAM support in here. It seems 3200MHz are supported for ADTA but I'm not sure exact RAM+CPU combo support.
  11. Thanks you so much. I guess I'll be using the ready-to-go stuffs with expensive option this year. But I would like to try building a server too. Where should I look for the RTP server that you mentioned? The 3 offices that I want to connect are Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka. If I were to build a server for this purpose, I should choose Osaka which happens to be in the middle of everything, right?
  12. @Kisai Thank you for the advise. I'll be using this as real time face-to-face conferencing for the company. I don't mind buying expensive stuffs or building a new streaming server by myself but I don't have any info about enterprise equipment for this purpose. Anywhere or any terms I should be googling?
  13. @mariushm I'm sure I'll be needing those but the streaming is where it all stops. I can't use other streaming server because of the traffic that might add 1 sec or more delays onto my already existing delays. I'll look for building own server for this purpose. What are your suggestions on that? Would like to hear from you guys too.
  14. Is there any solutions for Web Conferencing Systems with Full HD or higher resolutions with a maximum of 1 sec lag? Until today, I've been using ZOOM for this purpose but the latency is so high just like my depression and the resolution is as bad as my look. I just want to have a nice and smooth meeting with other 3 people in 3 different places which they already have all that they need like 10GB network, 4K camera, studio like surround sound system. What we are missing at the moment is a software or a solution to use all of what is needed. I'm planning for a new office in Tokyo and want to max out the environment of IT related fields. If there's no limitation on the money to spend on this, what are your suggestions? Please daddies, I need your help ~
  15. Ahhh ... my back pain !!

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