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About APasz

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    Lost within my mind. Though physically Melbourne, Aus.
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    Computers, games, psychology, anime and the Japanese culture in general basically.


  • CPU
    i9 9900k
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    MSI Z390M MPG Gaming Edge AC
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    32gb Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB
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    Gigabyte G1 980Ti
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    Corsair Graphite 780T
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    WD SN750, Samsung 860 PRO 1tb, 860 QVO 1tb
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    Corsair Hx850i
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    Acer X34 + 2xDell P2314H
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    EK Velocity, EK XRES140 D5, EK CE 280, EK XE 360
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 RGB with MX Speed switches
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    Logitech G903 + Powerplay
  • Sound
    Schiite Modi2 DAC, Pioneer A333 AMP with a pair of Pioneer CS-51
  • Operating System
    Latest Ubuntu running either KDE or MATE. Windows 10 Pro

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  1. So more like 900ish watts then. Still got plenty of room.
  2. Some napkin math shows it'll be about 850ish peak watts. Your 1300w PSU is enough.
  3. I think it's from an anime though not sure.
  4. No, those 4 pins with the key in the middle are what mainly carry the analog signal.
  5. Had these for the last 4 or so years. Real good imho.
  6. That sounds weird. You did get it from http://www.winamp.com/ right?
  7. I honestly can't remember. Yeah Winamp is still a thing.
  8. RTX is not ray tracing. RTX is NVida's implementation of it. They didn't invent it. Can we please not confuse the two.
  9. The important things are brand/model, speed, timings. It's recommended to get as many attributes as close as possible. In this case the CL16 is mostly due to it being 3200mhz. In theory it should work just fine.
  10. I see. Let me get this straight. The 'main router', is it a modem/gateway or just a WiFi AP? You tell by looking at the ports. Are there multiple ethernet ports with one labelled WAN? If it is a WAN port then you've got a separated NTD and gateway setup. You can add a simple switch and WiFi APs where ever you need them. However each WiFi AP will act as separate WiFi network. To have a single WiFi network using multiple APs, you'll need to get Mesh compatible APs. Since I don't know how you ISP has things setup so for security, it's important that your devices connect via the gateway and not directly to the NTD.
  11. Digital out is TOSLINK. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOSLINK Most good audio gear still has it though it is very slowly disappearing.
  12. You need to provide more info mate. Is this for redundancy? Or speed? Is the same ISP or different ones? If you want speed and these fibre lines are from the same ISP, then you just ask them to bond the connections. They'll send you their modem that can do it. However if they're different ISP's or your ISP refuses. There are third party services that can set it up for redundancy. You can merge them yourself but it requires somewhat expensive hardware and some networking knowledge OR a bunch of networking knowledge with less expensive hardware.
  13. Like USB, they should in theory.