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TJarsun

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About TJarsun

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  • Birthday Oct 31, 1991

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Cordoba, argentina
  • Gender
    Female

System

  • CPU
    i7 3770K delidded
  • Motherboard
    Asus Sabertooth Z77
  • RAM
    16GB, G.Skill Ripjaws @ 2133 (4x4GB)
  • GPU
    Asrock Vega 56
  • Case
    LianLi A71F Fulltower
  • Storage
    2x Corsair GT 120Gb + 2x WD Green 2Tb + 1x WD Blue 2Tb
  • PSU
    Coolermaster PowerPlus 600W
  • Display(s)
    4k 43" TV
  • Cooling
    Corsair H60 on CPU, 2x 140mm front intake, 2x 120mm rear exhaust, 2 fans integrated on mobo
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70 with Cherry Reds
  • Mouse
    Logitech Anywhere MX 2 + Razer Manticor Aluminium pad
  • Sound
    Asus Xonar STX + SoundBlaster Omni + Yamaha RH-5ma monitors
  • Operating System
    macOS + Windows 10
  1. Good to see that it wasn't a bad idea to consider a new mac, but I think this opens a new question: mac mini or stretch the budget for a base macbook air? I've never been a laptop user (actually hate them because of the lack of upgrades down the line, but that will be the same with a mini) and currently use an iPad for when I'm not working from home (rare thing these days due covid) because it's light and fits in a really small bag (yeah, women's thing I know). Is it a good idea to keep a laptop docked and plugged in all day or will that hurt the battery? TBH I could even sell the iP
  2. I'm tempted to upgrade my PC because my cooler leaked, killed the CPU and mobo so I'm now using a 3rd gen i5 and a mobo that can't take the 4 sticks of ram so I'm on 8gb only, I was thinking about getting just a used compatible mobo with 4 slots of ram, but they are as expensive as new ones so if I go all new my target is a 5600x or 5800x but that means also getting, ram and (since I'm upgrading) a nvme ssd, adding up the costs I'm within mac mini prices so I'm doubting about two directions to take: Option 1: Upgrade this PC, hackintosh it and maybe sell the old parts or upgrade my grandp
  3. All I worry about is the cooling solution. I run my hackintosh 24/7 water cooled and it idles at 40ºC on the CPU (also lowers the speed to 1,6 ghz) and peaks at 70ºC on max load (turboing to ~4,2 ghz). The iMac chassis with just that tiny intake on the back does not give me much confidence, actually the trashcan Mac Pro highest achievement (and what atracted me the most about it) was its cooling solution! If I were to build a PC to match the iMac Pro base specs it would be like this: There is no Vega based GPUs for PCs out there yet so take the GPUs with a grain of salt, they match t
  4. $30k of the build is the 4 screens and 2 GPUs. That is the base of the build, having 40Tb of HDDs plus 256Gb of RAM adds less to the total price than the cost of one single screen!
  5. I was considering choosing 12-core 3.0 ghz base clock e5-2687W or 6-core 3.4 ghz E5-2643, but the more cores the most "compensating" the PC does!!!
  6. The new Dell UP3218K Monitors require dual DisplayPort 1.4 to be driven. The new GTX 1080 Ti has unofficial support for both DP 1.3 and DP 1.4 but the only GPU with official support is the Quadro P6000's replacement: the Quadro GP100. It has 4 DP 1.4 ports so it could run 2 Dell 8k displays! There is no price yet for it but we can assume it will be around $5k like its predecessor so, with all that in mind lets build a new Compensator with workstation grade parts! TL/DR: This is what i think would be enough to run FOUR 8K displays: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ztgXpb
  7. Are you going to post pictures on the builds thread???
  8. Hello everyone! I have a suggestion for a new video/videos showing the best and worst of 2016 on all LMG channels. It could be two videos: one on the main channel showing best and worst products, reviews, news, etc all tech related and in a "serious" fashion like a real award ceremony. AND a second video on CSF with best and worst moments, jokes, burns, accidents, deleted takes, etc just for fun. So help me find the best (and worst) things we've seen on LMG this year and suggest what categories you would want to see or what is your favorite memory from this year!
  9. I usually dont use programs to search for malware, I do a manual search of: browser extensions, running programs, installed programs, scheduled tasks and services to check if something shady was installed, also on program files check for weird folders and lastly on you user appdata folder. It helps to order stuff by date so you can find them easily but if it was not recent it might take you longer...
  10. Hey guys, I've been looking the specs of the new PS4 and decided to find the same kind of hardware and see if you can build a PC for the same price. Check it out: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/TJarsun/saved/PLkLkL You only need to add Keyboard and Mouse, or a Controller and Wifi dongle if you can't have an ethernet cable (You should use ethernet anyways...) The CPU is the best Kabini out there for desktops: Athlon 5350. 4 cores, ~2 ghz. Kabini is based on the same "Jaguar" lineup as the PS4 and XBox one CPUs and they are CHEAP and really low power. this is the bottl
  11. Wow, even overnight prices fluctuate... Anyway, an AMD APU seems like the way to go, as the is no decent GPU at $69 if you ony consider new parts. This should be a Scrapyard Wars video, as the used market is more interesting!
  12. An idea born in the WAN Show: Can you build a PC using only $69 parts??? Check this out: http://pcpartpicker.com/list/TqRdD8
  13. I'm using a Corsair K70, Logitech MX Anywhere 2, no mousepad, Yamaha headphones (some studio monitor model) and a crappy mic. That Feenix Aria headset is beautiful, I'm drooling for one of those!!!
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