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About ThechGiant69

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  1. I thought when I said "That gotta be the most important factor!", it would be obvious sarcasm
  2. That doesn't seem that bad. Also I would have to consider that people in America/Canada generally have higher salaries than those in European countries - I mean the small ones. Here some people even have salaries equivalent to ~$500 USD / month, and I'm not talking about people doing physical work. At us $2000/month is considered a very good salary.
  3. Well, that has to be the most important factor, right?
  4. Well, one end of the optical cables going beneath the Atlantic Ocean is in Ireland, and that's what connects the America with Europe.
  5. Well, if you don't have fiber cable running near your home, you're out of luck, but Telekom/T-Mobile offers fiber optic internet access in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary where you pay 25€-35€ for 1 gbps.
  6. What about the UK? How much do you need to pay there for 1Gbit internet? (cheapest option)
  7. So are there any smaller ISPs in some areas which offer cheaper internet?
  8. Here in the EU I'm able to get 1 Gbit/s down, 100 Mbit/s up for 25€/month. When I took a look at the ISPs overseas they seem so expensive. $150/month for 300 Mbps, seriously??? On the business side here we are able to get 100 Gbps internet for data-centers, of course only big enterprises can offer that. I wasn't able to find any ISPs that offer such for business in America. Are there any cheaper or faster options for the average customer where you live?
  9. Hello, I've been looking around for USB mixer boards and there are some cheap ones out there for like $80 which are 6-8 channel, which is enough for me. I have never ever had a mixer board before, and it raises some questions in me. I use a USB headset that has drivers. The drivers change some audio properties, although most of these effects are done on a hardware-level. My headset is connected to my PC via USB. What can I do with the mixer board and the headset together? Can I, for example hear a specific channel on a mixer board from my headphones, even though the headphones are connected to the PC? Or the complete opposite, can I mix my headset microphone together with another audio stream on the mixer board? How will the mixer board show up in the system? Will I see the channels on the computer like output / input devices, just like Realtek High Definition Audio, NVIDIA, and my headset? I have a bad feeling about " USB: USB recording and playing function (stereo output/input only) " being mentioned on some of these mixer boards' store pages. Is this a limitation that I would have to be concerned about? Specifically, does this change the answer to my 2. question? If you are wondering why I need a mixer board is that I want to do stuff like loopback audio for VOIP with combining tracks, make cool effects on my voice, and most importantly be able to combine the audio output of multiple devices, so I can hear it on my headphones. Thanks.
  10. Hello people, I am looking for a monitor that has a QHD / 1440p resolution with 16:9 aspect ratio. It should be at least capable of 144 Hz non-overclocked, and have G-Sync, or at least be G-Sync compatible. Size matters, a bit, it would be good if would be at least 27'', but definitely not smaller than 24''. I don't really care that much about the panel, but IPS would be very nice to have, as I sometimes work with graphics. One last important thing is that the monitor should be adjustable with both tilting forward / backwards, and height being changeable (rotation doesn't matter). Additional stuff, like the monitor being curved or having built-in speakers, USB hub, headphone jack, is not important at all, I can live without all of those, but is a bonus, and is appropriated. I would be interested in what kinds of monitors you would recommend with the upper specs, if you have personal experience with any of them, I would be definitely interested in hearing that. As my budget is quite low (really at max $500) I can understand if such monitor would not exist, therefore I'm also interested in a monitor with everything the same as I said, but in FullHD. With FullHD, it would be nice to have 165 Hz or even 240 Hz though. I've taken a look at all of the G-Sync compatible monitors on NVIDIA's site, but I am interested in your guys opinions. Thanks.