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DebatED Nothing

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About DebatED Nothing

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  • Birthday May 13, 1998

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  • Steam

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  • Location
    Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Gaming, tech, flight simulation, music, RC aircraft, maths and physics, science in general.
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    Intel i7-7700 (@3.60GHz)
  • Motherboard
    ASRock H270M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151
  • RAM
    16GB (2x8 GB) Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-3000
  • GPU
    EVGA GeForce GTX 1080ti 11GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design Core 500
  • Storage
    850 EVO 250GB, 850 EVO 500GB, WD Green 2TB
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA GS 500W 80+ Gold Certified
  • Display(s)
    Acer Predator 1440p 144hz
  • Cooling
    Cryorig H7
  • Keyboard
    WASD Keyboards V2 w/ MX Blues
  • Mouse
    Finalmouse 2015
  • Sound
    Steel series Siberia Elite Prism
  • Operating System
    64bit win10

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  1. Would a Scarlet solo work as well? I don't have need for 2 inputs. Would I just plug the unit in using USB and then it would as my mic input and audio output?
  2. Recently decided my audio set up needed a bit of love, so I'm looking at getting some of the massdrop HD6XXs. My motherboard's sound-card isn't great, so I was thinking it would make sense to combine this purchase with getting some kind of desk top DAC. I can't use an in-pc sound-card as the case I have is too small to accommodate one. Ideally the card would have 2 3.5mm or 1/4 inch outputs (for the headphones and some speakers I have) and a mic input (either 1/4inch or 3.5mm would be fine) Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
  3. I play a lot of shooters and racing games so I figure the higher refresh rate would be nice. Budget wise I'd say I don't really want to spend much more than £500 preferably less.
  4. So I did something a little bit stupid, I bought a 1080ti and still only have a 60hz 1080p panel, but I've been looking into a new primary monitor and can't gauge where I should be aiming. Atm I think that 1440p 144hz would be a good choice, as I think it should allow me to do high/max in most games and get 144hz, but I'm not sure if this is the right decision. Any advice/recommendations would be much appreciated.
  5. I think ultimately every company above a certain size is only in it for money, and to view them as totally honest and open is opening yourself up to being exploited by them. I'm not saying that's happening with AMD at the moment but just that you should bare it in mind.
  6. this isn't a massively helpful answer but I would say "years". They're not going to fail for a long time, manufacturing defects notwithstanding. Worst you might see for a few years is a fan failing on the GPU or H60, which is an easy enough fix. Pump on the H60 might fail first as well, though from my friends' experiences they're pretty long living as well.
  7. I can't get discord to use the microphone on the qc-35s without also using the "hands-free" speaker which sounds awful for any use other than voice. If I simply set discord to use the handsfree mic and the normal stereo output then the mic doesn't work. Has anybody else experienced this and is there a fix, or will I have to purchase a separate free standing microphone? Thanks, DebatedNothing.
  8. Is that the cannibalised top of a Zalman Z11? My old PC was in one of those, got really fed up with the stupid frilly crap like the translucent plastic bits on top.
  9. Last thing, is an NH-L9i good to cool a 7700? I've only ever used an 8350 which is under the impression it's actually a space heater...
  10. That's another question, would this build work on a 144hz 1440p monitor or would that be stretching it too far? I've never tried anything beyond 1080p60 so I'm not really familiar with the horses needed to get that to chooch.
  11. realistically, would I notice that in gaming? I don't really do any hard core workload stuff, the closest I guess would be using Inventor and the occasional bit of "video editing" (pretty much just cutting highlights from recordings).
  12. Didn't realise the motherboard issue, is the one recommended by RaptorCandy okay on that front?