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About wwsalmon

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  • Birthday Oct 31, 1996

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    New York, NY
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    Software UI Designer, Creative Writer, Concept Creator, Tech Enthusiast, Musician
  • Biography
    Born on Halloween in Colonie, NY, near Albany.

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  1. Oh. Thanks for telling me, I was just skimming through some Google results, sorry for the false info.
  2. wwsalmon

    Need Help!

    Hmm, maybe a bad sound card/driver? Try using another PC altogether and see if that's the problem.
  3. Aight, found a possible direct solution on this reddit thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/chrome/comments/307lqc/help_some_fonts_are_displaying_weirdly_very_thin/ tl;dr: the problem could be caused by a Chrome flag called "DirectWrite" that causes similar rendering of thin fonts (https://gyazo.com/6a0c2fe277d9ddba528c91d8bac640a1). You can disable it by going to chrome://flags and enabling the "Disable DirectWrite" option (https://i.stack.imgur.com/MLL1S.png). There are lots more relevant links just by googling "Thin Fonts Chrome" so if this doesn't work try reading throu
  4. Cleartype shouldn't be a problem, that's just fancy anti-aliasing, shouldn't case any problems with thin and unreadable text. As a troubleshooting step, are you sure that you just don't have the proper fonts installed or the problem is with the website? Try with another browser like Edge or Firefox. Hope this helps, Samson
  5. Agree. 5930K has same amount of cores as 6800k and an ever so slightly higher clock speed, but 6800K has a more efficient architecture (14nm vs 22nm) as it is newer generation and is $100+ cheaper for comparable editing performance. 6 cores will give you a boost for editing over the quad-core 6700k, probably worth the $100 if you edit a lot.
  6. wwsalmon

    Need Help!

    Try updating the drivers, rebooting the PC, using a new USB port, see if that helps. If not, probably a broken unit or you just have too high expectations Hope this helps, Samson
  7. Like DominicNikon said, PNG doesn't show, but here are a few obvious solutions to try (you never know!): 1. Press Ctrl and Plus on your keyboard repeatedly and see if that helps your problem. Go to the topbar three dots/hamburger in the top right corner and click the Plus on the side of the Zoom section. 2. Reset chrome settings by going to settings > show advanced settings > scroll all the way down > reset settings, then restart the browser. 3. Restart your computer. If not that, I don't know what the problem is, you'll have to provide
  8. Lenovo N50 mouse (doesn't track too amazingly, but looks nice, is wireless, and is cheap) Grado SR60E open back headphones Some cheap dell keyboard or other It's a pretty sad setup, but that autore keyboard looks beautiful
  9. Even completely ignoring the 1060, the 970 is a pretty terrible buy for $300. Both the $200 RX480 and $370 GTX1070 outperform it; it's too weak for its price, and too pricey for its performance compared to new generation competitors.
  10. OnePlus X. For $250, absolutely blows competition out of water with great camera, screen, performance, and build quality. Nothing else comes close. http://www.androidauthority.com/best-unlocked-android-phones-581351/
  11. I'm not a pro at this, but here's a thing I found: https://www.amazon.com/gp/richpub/listmania/fullview/R2H0BGF6UWNZV1/ref=cm_lm_pthnk_view?lm_bb=&tag=primelenses-20&ie=UTF8
  12. Unfortunately, I don't have much experience either. I just invested in a mic that had a live feedback jack (Blue Yeti). Here's another forum thread I found about the same issue, and detailing some software and hardware solutions that might be of some help: http://ask.metafilter.com/82493/How-to-hear-my-microphone-in-my-headphones Hope this helps, Samson
  13. Alright. Is there anything in particular about the Macbook Pro that you like versus Windows ultrabooks?
  14. Just out of curiosity, have you ever used a touchscreen Windows ultrabook before?
  15. Most software solutions would have a delay, your best chance would be through hardware. Does your mic have a live feedback headphone jack? An audio interface or preamp would also work and help you monitor your mic live. If it matters to you that much, you might want to consider investing in an audio interface. Hope this helps, Samson