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Gershy13

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About Gershy13

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    Veteran
  • Birthday 2002-01-02

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Student

System

  • CPU
    Intel i5-4670k
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte Z87-HD3
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance 16gb 1600mhz (2x4gb) + (1x8gb)
  • GPU
    Gigabyte GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 6GB
  • Case
    Zalman Z3
  • Storage
    Samsung 860 Evo 250gb, Samsung 840 Evo 120gb, WD Blue 1TB, Seagate Barracuda 2TB, Sandisk Ultra II 120gb
  • PSU
    OCZ CoreXStream 500w
  • Display(s)
    AOC i2369VM, Dell P2417H
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Element Gaming Beryllium Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master
  • Sound
    Tannoy Mercury 7.2 + Directed 15" Car Subwoofer
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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  1. I just bought a new 144hz freesync monitor (AOC 24G2U), and it works fine with my 1060 6gb, but any time the fps fluctuates heavily, the monitor goes black for a second and comes back (like what happens when you change resolutions in windows) Does anyone know of a fix for this? I heard somewhere that its due to LFC, so i tried using CRU to edit the freesync range (i tried 40-144, 41-144, 48-144 (default), 50-144), but it still doesnt help. Any ideas? Thanks Gershy13
  2. Does anyone know of a way to use a raspberry pi combined with a 720p/1080p usb webcam (like the c920) and get it to stream it over the network? Basically i want to turn my c920 into a wifi indoor security camera. All the methods ive seen so far use some sort of jpeg stream, and is usually lower than 30fps. i want something that can do 720p 25-30fps atleast. Any ideas? Thanks Gershy13
  3. its probably easier if i just buy one on ebay... they are only £1.80 and i really have no rush to get it.
  4. thanks... actually i just realized this whole post was a waste of time, because apparently i don't actually have the male barrel connectors lying around... only the female ones, so im better off buying one of the above cables. They are safe to use right? i cant find any other than the unbranded ones on ebay...
  5. Yeah i think it would work. yes this is to put a short strip inside a case (node 804) the controller needs a dc barrel plug with 12v. the controller has a barrel plug on the end (usually would plug into an ac (240v) to dc 12v plug transformer thing) Basically i am trying to make a connector to plug into the power supply (molex or sata, but molex looked easier) to give the controller 12v. I have a dc barrel connector laying around (like in the picture) so i would just need to cut the molex connector and some wire of an old component and then i could use the red and black wires to go to the dc barrel connector? By molex adapter i meant a molex cable sorry... so a molex extension or molex to sata cable or even just cutting the cable from a molex fan Essentially, i want one of these:
  6. Very simple question as I do not know much about electronics, but if I were to power a RGB led strip controller from a pc power supply, how would I do it? Could I use a molex adapter and cut off the other end and connect the 12v yellow wire and black and wire to a DC adapter like shown in the picture? Or would this be unsafe and should I just get an adapter from eBay? Thanks Gershy13
  7. Ah, see now this is making me think I can't get immersed in vr. Maybe it's not my astigmatism. Maybe I just can't get immersed in vr.
  8. Awesome thanks guys... Ill probably give it a try... i can always sell it on ebay or something if it really doesnt work for me...
  9. I really want to get started in PC VR (steamvr and oculus maybe) Probably going to end up getting a Rift CV1, as I found a good deal on a used one with the original receipt so I can get the warranty too... But I just wanted to know if anyone has any experience with astigmatism and vr? I tried vr first on a BoboVR Z4 and Galaxy S6, and to be honest I didn't really feel connected with it... Not sure what it was, maybe because it was cheap and not the real thing. Felt like my eyes was just focusing on the screen and not really going further and getting immersed... I wear glasses because I am short sighted (not too bad, I can still see without glasses, just slightly blurry) and also have very mild astigmatism apparently... Does anyone know if this will affect my experience in vr? Thanks Gershy13
  10. Ok, thank you very much. Ill probably get it and see if i notice the red, and if i do then ill wrap it... cant be too hard.
  11. Its just come up on CCL in the UK for £179 in stock. 3-5 working days delivery. I am very tempted to purchase it. Would you be able to tell me if the red ring on the stand is removable? I dont want any red in my setup so i would like to remove it or paint/vinyl wrap it. Also the included stand looks very similar to what dell include with monitors like the p2417h. If you have a dell stand laying around, would you be able to test. Thanks Gershy13
  12. Also looking to get a 24" 144hz 1080p IPS monitor, do people recommend this? What about compared to the Acer VG240YP? I can't seem to find any of these in the UK tho.
  13. Just built a new unraid nas, and was wondering what drive i should put in. I was thinking of shucking a wd my book 6tb, but then i found out that warranty is void... What are my options? I want something with good price to GB ratio. Also am in the UK. WD Blue 4tb? Barracuda Compute 4tb? Barracuda Compute 6tb? Toshiba X300 5tb? Can i get warranty on a shucked drive in the UK? Seagate or WD? Thanks Gershy13
  14. Yeah, I think unraid is my only good option to be fair... It's probably worth paying for it, as long as I can get all the software I wanted to run on that nas/server working in unraid...
  15. Yeah i think i decided against using freenas, i was considering OMV or unraid, and now i might check out xpenology, i hadnt really considered it before... Thoughts on OMV?
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