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RekiChan

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About RekiChan

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System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte A320M-S2H
  • RAM
    TEAMGROUP NIGHT HAWK RGB 16GB 3200MHz
  • GPU
    Zotac 2080 AMP with Morpheus II 2xNoctua NF A12x25 PWM
  • Case
    Segotep SG-K8 ATX Mid Tower Case
  • Storage
    256GB Adata XPG SX8200 Pro SSD, 1TB Crucial MX500, 6TB Toshiba HDD 7200rpm
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 850 G3
  • Display(s)
    Acer KG240 24" 144Hz, LG 23MP55 60Hz 23", TCL 43E3 43 inch Smart UHD 4K TV with Dolby sound
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i v2 with 2xCorsair ML120 Pro 2400rpm PWM, 4x Scythe Grand Flex 2400rpm PWM.
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G213
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Hero
  • Sound
    Topping D50, Sony WH-1000XM3, LG HT-806PM
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64

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  1. Yes I tried it. I had it. From searching online it seem most people said that it was because of the DSP chip that corrects the sounds, I don't even know why is this a thing.
  2. Hello, audio noob here, is there any different between wireless and wired powered on mode of wh1000xm3? I know that it sounds terrible using wired mode with the power off because the headphone has DSP that modify the sound to sounds right. I has a Topping D50 that I uses to connect to the headphone via RCA to 3.5mm wire. Will the analog signal bypass the built-in DAC and be processed by the DSP directly or will it be converted to digital signal to be processed by DSP and then by the DAC back to analog signal? Is there any different in sound produced by wired vs wireless mode? Because I mainly use the headphone for spotify, youtube, and gaming, I need to consider whether the improvement (if there is) of sound quality of wired mode will worth sacrificing the convenience of wireless mode. Thanks.
  3. I see, so I guess my a320m actually output stabler voltage than x470? or is it some sort of safety feature of x470? I'm not sure of how my 3600 compared to others, it seems that most reviewer achived 4.3Ghz at 1.4v.
  4. The top one was at 4.3Ghz while the 2nd was at 4.1Ghz from PBO+Auto OC.
  5. um, no. just dont. thats withing lethal voltage of 1,45v. But it was stable for months.
  6. I upgraded my rig from Ryzen 5 2600 to Ryzen 5 3600 within 1 week after launch. I used Gigabyte A320M S2H for my 2600 and kept it for 3600 because it is compatible. Pairing the Ryzen 3600 with Gigabyte A320M s2h I managed to Oc-ed it to 4.3Ghz at 1.45volt stable for full load for months. Recently I bought Asus Prime x470 Pro expecting it to better OC for my cpu, but I only managed to OC-ed it to 4.2Ghz at 1.35volt. All attempt to OC it pass 4.2Ghz at any voltage failed. Even with PBO it only managed to boost at 4.09Ghz peak and 4.05Ghz constant and using 1.45volt. I use Bios for PBO and Ryzen Master for Manual OC for both motherboard. Any explanation? Did I do something wrong?
  7. Hmm, as far as I know a sound card is basically a DAC/Amp with some software features that add effects to the sounds like virtual surround, bass boost, equalizer, etc. A sound card usually only have analog outputs (3.5mm, RCA, Components) and digital input (USB, Optical, Coax, PCIe), but some sound cards do have optical output (not sure about USB output). What these sound cards with digital output do are basically just add effects to the sounds digitally without converting them to analog signal to be played by your headphones. I'm not knowledgeable about Arctis 7, but does it have analog input like RCA or 3.5mm? or is it only digital wireless input through USB dongle? If it only have digital input then you may be interested in some software solution instead of sound card. Try RealTek HD audio Manager.
  8. Has OP solved their issue? I had just encounter the same problem and my old method didn't work. What I did to solve my issue was: 1. Turn off the PC 2. Disconnect all monitors 3. Reconnect one monitor 4. Turn on the PC 5. Open your graphic card control panel and windows Display Setting 6. With those two windows opened, reconnect the other monitor. 7. (Optional) restart. Try this and tell me if it works.
  9. Hello, I has a Topping D50, with my PC as usb input, and output through RCA to an RCA switcher which is connected to my HomeTheater through RCA input and to my WH1000XM3 through RCA to 3.5mm cable. I also has a Samsung Note 8 which I would like to use to stream music through Bluetooth (aptx HD or Samsung UHQ) to Topping D50 and use it as a DAC while outputting to either HomeTheater or headphone. I know that Topping D50 (not D50s) doesn't has a Bluetooth capability. I know that I can just connect my phone to my wh1000xm3 through Bluetooth but it seems to be a waste not to use the D50 as a DAC and turning on the wh1000xm3 as an amplifier while still connected to the dac through wire. So my question is, is there a device that receives Bluetooth audio and output it without converting the data to analog first as optical, coaxial, or USB? So that I can input it to the dac?
  10. Maybe, but it's really annoying when the cursor accidentally when to the desktop on TV which was turned off. And somehow I notice that I got much better image quality with almost no loss in fps when playing in borderless fullscreened window rather than exclusive full screen. That's why I always play in borderless window and that's also why sometimes the cursor might went pass the window if I miss-pressed a button.
  11. I had been using Display Fusion too but had never try to explore it full capabilites beside using it to position my monitors and setting wallpapers. In which setting can I set profiles? Or is it not in the free version?
  12. As the title said, I have 2 1080p 24" monitors (1 at 144hz TN for gaming, another one at 60hz IPS for color sensitive works) and also a 2160p 43" TV which I used for watching YouTube and movies. To conserve energy, I don't want the TV to be always on, and I don't think I'll ever used all three display for their intended purposes at the same time. Hence I would like for the PC to stop processing display data for the TV when it was not turned on as it'll impact my gaming performance. One way to do this is to just duplicate the display on one of the monitor to the TV. But it looks awful as the monitor and TV have different resolution, and the mirror display function in windows 10 sends the same resolution display to both screens. Another way to do this is to just go to windows 10 display setting and disconnect the TV whenever it is turned off but as expected, it gets really tedious. Is there another way to do this?
  13. the same thing happens with me too, even if I switched the monitor to another port it still won't work. Even if I switch the Display port cable to another one or even to HDMI cable, the monitor can detects that it was connected to a PC but it'll shows "no signal". DDU didn't help in my case, only by totally unplugging the monitors for 15mins+ and boot with only that monitor before adding other monitors.
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