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Cl2G

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About Cl2G

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    https://steamcommunity.com/id/CI2G/

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chicago, IL

System

  • CPU
    7700k 4.9 Ghz Delidded 1.290v
  • Motherboard
    ROG Strix Z270 G Matx
  • RAM
    Corsair Dominator Platinum 16 Gb DDR4 3000 CAS 15
  • GPU
    Evga 1080 TI SC
  • Case
    Corsair 350D
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Evo 1 Tb & 500GB
  • PSU
    Corsair RM 750i
  • Display(s)
    LG 32GK850G 32” 165hz 1440p G Sync
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i V2
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G610 Orion Red
  • Mouse
    Logitech G403 3200 DPI
  • Sound
    Monitors: JBL LSR305 Sub: JBL LSR310S DAC: Schiit Modi 2 Uber AMP: Schiit Magni 2 Uber Headphones: Sennheiser HD380 Pro In Ears: Shure SE425
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 1809 17763.1

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  1. No need for the usb filter if your output signal is clean, I'd recommend using an optical toslink from the MB to the DAC anyways, that will completely cut out any on board processing of the signal and hand it off to the DAC. Optical is capable of up to 24/96hz on most mainstream boards
  2. CPU: 7700k 4.9 Ghz DeliddedMotherboard: ROG Strix Z270 G MatxGPU: Evga 1080 TI SC Ram: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16 Gb DDR4 3000 CAS 15PSU: Corsair RM 750iCooler: Corsair H100i V2 Storage: Samsung 850 Evo 1 TbStorage: Samsung 850 Evo 500 GbCase: Corsair 350D Monitor: LG 32GK850G 32” 165hz 1440p G SyncMouse: Logitech G403 3200 DPIKeyboard: Logitech G610 Orion RedMonitors: JBL LSR305 Sub: JBL LSR310S DAC: Schiit Modi 2 UberAMP: Schiit Magni 2 UberHeadphones: Sennheiser HD380 ProIn Ears: Shure SE425
  3. Cl2G

    Time to upgrade?

    Oh yeah, way past due, grab a latest gen 6 or 8 core chip, doesn't need to be " K " series sku, decent Mb and you'll see huge gains in all games.
  4. Is it time to upgrade from a 7700k at 4.9 Ghz yet? Shadow of the tomb raider is the first real DX12 game to launch and having more cores will be the best solution in the near future for gaming, curious what you guys think!
  5. Love setups with real speakers.
  6. CPU: 7700k 4.9 Ghz Delidded 1.280vMotherboard: ROG Strix Z270 G Matx Bios V 1009GPU: Evga 1080 TI SC 2050mhzRam: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16 Gb DDR4 3000 CAS 15PSU: Corsair RM 750iCooler: Corsair H100i V2 Storage: Samsung 850 Evo 1 TbStorage: Samsung 850 Evo 500 GbCase: Corsair 350D OS: Windows 10 1809 17763.1EVGA Precision X 6.2.3Monitor: LG 32GK850G 32” 165hz 1440p G SyncMouse: Logitech G403 3000 DPIKeyboard: Logitech G610 Orion RedMonitors: JBL LSR305 Sub: JBL LSR310S DAC: Schiit Modi 2 UberAMP: Schiit Magni 2 UberHeadphones: Sennheiser HD380 ProIn Ears: Shure SE425
  7. Cl2G

    Look at how my new Asus monitor showed up.

    The whole point is to bring it to people's attention. I'm sure there are tons of people here who have had the same issues multiple times. Then the goal is to organize people and actually take action to end this blatant fraud. Everyone knows theyre selling defective and damaged panels. It's not an issue of qc. The only people who get good ones are lucky. Thsts not right. Ltt shills for Asus I'd expect everything less. Just like pc gamer still putting articles out as this model being the best gaming monitor available when they know about the issues as well the industry is protecting Asus and still promoting their product. It's time for consumers to make a Move.
  8. Cl2G

    Look at how my new Asus monitor showed up.

    I should have know you guys would be less than useless. There are hundreds of reports of the same thing happening to other people. Bright dots dead pixels backlight bleed and damage. And your solution is to send it back? thats why companies like Asus KEEP selling defective products.
  9. Cl2G

    Look at how my new Asus monitor showed up.

    It is 100% a problem created by Asus and not damage from shipping. The box is perfect with no signs of damage or abuse from the shipper.
  10. Cl2G

    Look at how my new Asus monitor showed up.

    Has anyone else had the same issue with multiple ( 5+ ) Asus monitors showing up with damage, dead pixels, bright dots or backlight bleed? Anyone interested in starting a CLASS ACTION against Asus for wasting their time, money and selling a known defective product? because that's the only thing that will get this to stop. this is was done concerning the gtx 970 after the vram fiasco. And a class action is the only way the company will get the message to stop selling consumers defective and damaged products as new.
  11. Please don't move this from general. People need to see this. This is how my new $750 Asus Pg279q showed up today. Thats from the bubble wrap they used to try to protect it. And none of the scratches will wipe off with a clean microfiber cloth. This is after 7. Yes 7 defective Pg278qr's which all had bright dots or dead pixels. This is consumer fraud. Asus knows they're selling defective panels and they know their packaging is damaging monitors in transit.
  12. Cl2G

    gsync question

    Actually no. G sync makes the most difference at high refresh rates by making small changes in fps virtually unnoticeable.
  13. Op. This is your own inability to accept and acknowledge that ips glow and backlight bleed are unavoidable biproducts of how ips panels are produced and function. Not a problem with the monitors and I'm surprised they're accommodating you. Dead pixels. Bright pixels. Physical damage or scratches. By all means. But ips glow and bleed in an ips panel? thats all you over reacting and being unrealistic.
  14. It's kinda sad. The channel uses to focuse almost entirely on pc tech and hardware. With cool tech and gadgets on the side. Its become really diluted in their constant growth and need for near daily uploads. Probably would have have been better staying small and focusing their work. I wonder if we'll see ltt implode or downsize rapidly in the future. Floatplane club looks like it's doomed from the start. No clue why Luke's moving out to his own space and trying to push that project so heavily. Maybe fear of YouTube as a platform for revenue falling apart, only thing that makes sense.
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