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Cvet76

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About Cvet76

  • Title
    Member

System

  • CPU
    i7 6700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z170 Pro Gaming
  • RAM
    16GB HyperX
  • GPU
    MSI R9 390X 8GB
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 EVO 1TB, 860 EVO 1TB, 850 EVO 250GB, WD RED 3TB
  • PSU
    Fractal Design Newton 3 800W
  • Display(s)
    2x 24" 1080p Acer displays
  • Cooling
    CM Hyper 212 EVO
  • Keyboard
    Corsair k70 LUX
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502
  • Sound
    Generic Logitech 2.0
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro & Fedora dual boot.

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  1. Had a G502 for 5 years. Great mouse, but heavy. And the wheel is loud. I have a Coorsair M55 RGB Pro. Which was about 45Eur but was on a sale. It's about 55eur otherwise. I'm very pleased with it. It's light, fast and responsive.
  2. Exactly. You have a great card. No sense in downgrading it, if it can serve you well into the future. I built my PC almost 6 years ago and put an R9 390X in it, and it still serves me great with all the newest games at 1080p. I've got no reason to spend money for anything new. But whenever I do, it'll be a costly upgrade, and I want to be sure I get meaningful gains, not marginal ones.
  3. Yes. I have 2 displays (one tv, one dislpay) on HDMI and another display on DVI-D. No problems
  4. So, my advice would be to keep the card for years to come. Playing these games on 1080p, it should last you for at least 5 years. If you later decide to change your monitor for a higher refresh rate or a higher resolution one, you'll have the card already.
  5. You're overthinking this way too much. You wanted a 3090, and you got one. If I was in your situation, I'd build a completely new system around it and sell the other systems/cards to recoup some of the cost. Regardless of how much money you have, getting some back, or even profiting on some of these cards isn't something you should feel bad about. The current market is the way it is.
  6. Do it! It's a terrific PC for the price. Even after you buy the new one later on, you can still use this for a 4K HTPC or sell it for a great price or whatever.
  7. Oh, I see. Well, the newer wireless mice are top notch and made to last for days on battery power. When you need to charge them, they work flawlessly with a cable as well. There's no need for them to be plugged in all the time. My brother has a Logitech MX Master 2 and he uses it all day every day for work (3d modelling) and gaming afterwards and hasn't had a single issue since he bought it a few years back or drop in performance while on battery power.
  8. I use it regularly to play a variety of games, and have had no such issues. I'm using a generic usb bluetooth dongle.
  9. I mean, you can try it. If it doesn't work or the mobo BT reach is weak, you can always buy a generic usb bluetooth dongle for 5eur.
  10. I've had my PC for almost 6 years now and I have no intention of changing anything anytime soon. Up until there's proper hardware to run 4k at at lest 144hz, I see no point in upgrading. All of the games I want to play work well at 1080p mid-high and that's good enough. When I do eventually upgrade, I want it to be a proper upgrade, and anything short of a 5 year upgrade cycle is marginal at best and wasteful at worst.
  11. No battery plugged in 24/7 has a healthy life. A good mouse holds its charge for about 2 weeks of constant use. I don't know why you'd need a wireless mouse, but if I were you, I'd get a prooper cabled one and a cheap bluetooth one for when I'm lounging. As I already have. Can you explain your use case a bit more?
  12. Folders are just directories. They're used to point towards something and are a purely aesthetical and organizational thing. Here, have a read https://superuser.com/questions/682809/how-much-space-do-directories-consume
  13. Yeah. That's what I've been saying. Comparing the card to the 3090, the price seems fine. Marketing dept. win. Compare it to the 3080, and you have issues. It's a matter of perspective. Some people gobble it up, and some people see through it. Linus used to see through it, but seems to be gobbling it up this time around. Just because we live in a time when prices are inflated and product is scarce, doesn't mean you have to accept what they offer. Whoever "they" is. This is how new norms are created, and for the most part, new norms are just higher prices. Gold plated sh
  14. Oh, man. Been eyeing this game since it launched. Thanks a bunch!
  15. There will be bots in the new BF games, and I guess some people will enjoy playing this way. But if I'm going to buy a Multiplayer game, I completely expect to play with non-cheating people from across the internet. Otherwise I'll just play story driven single player games.
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