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mapegl

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About mapegl

  • Title
    The Germ(an)
  • Birthday August 2

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Germany
  • Interests
    gaming, hardware, tech
  • Occupation
    University student

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 1600
  • Motherboard
    ASROCK Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac
  • RAM
    Corsair 16GB LPX 3200
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1060 SC 6GB
  • Case
    Cooler Master Elite 110
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo m.2 1TB
  • PSU
    Silverstone SST-ST55F-P
  • Display(s)
    MG24UQ
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-L12
  • Keyboard
    Steelseries 6GV2
  • Mouse
    Logitech G403 Wireless
  • Sound
    Sennheiser PC 360
  • Operating System
    Microsoft Windows 10

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  1. Buying Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC is kinda like buying a new car that is so f***ed up that it can't be driven home...

    1. Princess Luna

      Princess Luna

      Rockstar has greatly disappointed us all :/

  2. New camera: Fuji X100T 

    It is so good.

  3. I love my new monitors. I have spent numerous hours editing photos already and despite knowing that the U2419Hs are not perfect, I still enjoy them very much. I am after all just an amateur photographer and these monitors are advise enough and just overall a pleasure to use. 

     

  4. I am not 100% sure what you are trying to achieve, but you should never push your CPU to 100% for gaming, at least not all the time. Yes, an RX 570 as well as the 1050 will be able to run at 100% without maxing out your CPU, but that is a good thing. Your system is also running in the background, maybe an update, afterburner or fraps... whatever the case may be. A desirable state of your PC under load is that the GPU is maxed out and not bottlenecked, but the CPU still has some room for extra additional loads.
  5. Bought two. Satisfied.
  6. Two U2419Hs. I wanted a two screen setup, mostly for productivity purposes and I love it.
  7. Just wondering how they are? I know the 2414 was well liked, as was the 2417. I want to switch to a more productivity oriented setup for work, the occasional photo edit, as well as some (not primarily) gaming. I also want two separate displays. Not one ultrawide. I had that and it was amazing for gaming, but for work it was a bit meh for me. Preference. All about preference I guess. I have the chance to get two used 2419s ones with warranty for 230 total and I cannot think of a reason not to do it...so? Any input?
  8. Yeah, so the title basically says it all. I am looking for a display that is reasonably color-accurate and good enough to game on. I want to edit more photos and that is why I want to switch, but I also still like to game now and then. Price up to 300ish is OK. Obviously, if THE ULTIMATE display is like 320 that would also be perfectly fine. I have been looking at so. Many different monitors and was hoping for people who might actually have something like this. Edit: stuff I thought about was Lg34um69g Lg27ud58 Lg29um69g Dell U2417H Dell U2718D
  9. My brother actually ordered this for me for Christmas as a little gift. 😉

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  10. Did nothing ever happen?
  11. So before anyone screams "get a 5D MK IV": I want to up my photo quality a bit. Currently using an EOS 100D with a few lenses of decent quality. I was looking at the 80D and it seems like a logical upgrade from my 100D due to the lenses, but I found that a classic 6D is also quite affordable and I was told that low-light performance is quite good as well as the possibility to print images larger than usual. The lack of focus points is not really an issue for me, as I usually only shoot using the center point anyways. I know that the features in the 80D are better, but I honestly mostly care about pure image quality. The 80D is great as far as I can tell, but would the 6D be better?
  12. Look in your motherboard manual, there should be instructions there. Sometimes it is a simple jumper on the motherboard, but I would check the manual first! There should be something called clear CMOS.
  13. I actually had a similar issue where my PC powered on the then just shut itself off. I simply did a bios reset and then it was back to normal. Might help, might not. My second guess would also be the PSU. Also something I experienced once....long ago. Same behavior and a b**** to troubleshoot.
  14. I would take the 8600k for gaming. Any day. 6 threads is enough and they are also fast enough for any game you could throw at it and can also do some light editing. Hell, people used to edit on 4c/8t CPUs, so the real 6 cores should be more than fine.
  15. Sigma 10-20/3.5 is coming

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