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About soundlogic

  • Title
    Sounds guy

Profile Information

  • Location
    Behind my desk
  • Gender


  • CPU
    i7 7700HQ
  • RAM
    2x8GB 2667 MHz
  • GPU
    GTX 1060
  • Case
    Alienware 13R3
  • Storage
    512GB Toshiba NVMe SSD
  • Display(s)
    1440p OLED display
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master
  • Sound
    KZ ZSA
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. Yes. Like I said before, this worked perfectly on my 13R3 just a few months ago. I found my undervolt settings greyed out, and actually did this a bunch of time, little by little, until I got back to version 1.8.0. That's where I'll stay. Every BIOS update after that just introduced problems.
  2. Hi. I have an Alienware 13R3 and there IS a way to downgrade. I did it because update 1.9.0 and all further updates disable undervolting (as do all future Dell laptops). It comes down to renaming the older BIOS file to a .rcv instead of a .exe. This will allow the bios recovery tool to recognize it on a USB stick or similar media. There's a way to do this without the USB stick but honestly I forgot how. Enable file extensions in File Explorer Options on your Windows (Start -> File Explorer Options -> View -> Uncheck "Hide extensions for known file types" and hit OK.
  3. $70 at best. PSU is proprietary, case will only accept half-height GPUs - might not accept even those depending on the motherboard layout. OEM i/o is limited.
  4. I believe you'll have to do it as an audio input, because adobe audition does NOT support MIDI instruments. Very few people who use MIDI instruments use Adobe Audition at all. What I would recommend doing is getting a 2nd DAW - probably a free one with MIDI support - recording your MIDI stuff there, exporting it as audio, and then importing it into Adobe Audition. That gives you the flexibility of editing notes in the 1st daw first. However if you're really confident in your playing or don't mind editing the actual audio instead of midi notes, then go ahead and use the audio input
  5. Does the issue persist with overdrive and VBR disabled?
  6. After lubing? Surprised, lubed Otemus are just lubed Cherries to me.
  7. There's a Buy Now section on the forums? And yes, it's actually a good keyboard. I have the wireless 60% version and it's solid. I rarely see them this cheap even on Aliexpress and they take an age to ship from China, this could be there in days.
  8. For anyone on a shoestring budget about to buy an awful membrane keyboard, get this instead https://www.amazon.com/PICTEK-Mechanical-Keyboard-Equivalent-Anti-Ghosting/dp/B07VNQQZFK I have the 60% version (which was twice the price lol) and it's honestly pretty solid. Otemus are Cherry clones, so they feel like Cherry switches. Decent build, has a battery-saving mode, I think this kills the case for membrane keyboard IMO, plus with Amazon it'll be there faster than AliExpress. Has RGB if you're into that.
  9. I just got a 144hz freesync monitor and wanted to use it for games while using my laptop's panel for twitch chat etc. However, I seem to only be able to get 144hz if I ONLY use the monitor and disable the laptop panel. If I use 'extend display', the monitor only displays 60hz even though it says 144hz and freesync in both the monitor settings and nvidia. How do I solve this?
  10. So I was looking for a keyboard under $50 on Amazon and found these options. PBT is nice but I'm not too fussed- probably just gonna use my old Razer keycaps TBH. $24 keyboard - blue switch, 60%. https://www.amazon.com/PICTEK-Mechanical-Rechargeable-Multi-Device-Customization/dp/B08V93YZGW/ 'Havit' 60% mechanical keyboard, red switches - $34. Reds are not my favourite switch but boy this is cheap https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Mechanical-Bluetooth-Programmable-Multi-Devices/dp/B08K2MYJBQ/ Looks like the same keyboard here but with PBT keycaps and
  11. That's $129, that's Elgato money mate. Also it's PCIe, even if I was on a desktop (i use a laptop) I wouldn't get that because I could only use it with desktops
  12. I have a Canon camcorder that I'm using as a webcam. It outputs either a 1080i or a 480p signal. Because my cheapass capture card does not support an internaced input, the camera automatically switches to 480p HDMI out and there's nothing I can do to change it. Does anyone know of a capture card that explicitly supports a 1080i input? I can run it through a deinterlacing filter on OBS, just need it to work.
  13. So I've got this cheap generic chinese capture card that I've been using with my camcorder - a Canon Vixia HF20 https://www.amazon.com/Capture-Streaming-Teaching-Conference-Broadcasting/dp/B095JL29VS/ Unfortunately, it downgrades my camera's 1080p HDMI output to 720x480. It does this even when I send it through an HDMI splitter. It actually seems to control what the camera outputs, as when I check the HDMI status in the Canon menu, it says 720x480p Nothing wrong with the camera, when I connect it to a TV, it outputs 1920x1080i . The capture card
  14. I remember hearing about these in January - Samsung making 1080p 15" OLED panels for budget-oriented laptops. However, nothing since? Or have they just quietly been on the market? https://www.notebookcheck.net/Samsung-will-release-ten-new-OLED-panels-for-laptops-this-February-including-the-first-ever-15-6-inch-1080p-version-for-budget-builds.513019.0.html https://www.anandtech.com/show/13896/samsung-unveils-15-6-inch-ultra-hd-oled-display-for-laptops