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KuJoe

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About KuJoe

  • Title
    Veteran Floatplane Pilot
  • Birthday January 26

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  • Location
    FL
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Server Tech

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
  • Motherboard
    GIGABYTE B550M AORUS PRO-P
  • RAM
    Team T-FORCE VULCAN Z 32GB 3600MHz (16GBx2)
  • GPU
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
  • Case
    darkFlash DLM21 White Micro ATX
  • Storage
    Western Digital WD Blue SN550 NVMe 500GB
    Samsung 860 EVO 1TB M.2 SSD
  • PSU
    Super Flower Leadex III 750W 80+ Gold
  • Display(s)
    LG 34UM69G-B 34"
    Asus VP278H-P 27”
    HP LA2206x 22"
  • Cooling
    ID-COOLING AURAFLOW X 240 Snow
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G613
  • Mouse
    Logitech G305
  • Sound
    LINSOUL TIN Audio T2
    Audeze Mobius
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Phone
    Nokia 7.1

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  1. There wasn't enough room to put a 240mm in the front, that's where I originally tried mounting my AIO. I think I'm just going to stick with an external capture card for now, I'll probably grab a new case in a few months that will let me mount my videocard vertically.
  2. Can you explain this in more detail? How would a riser help? Yes it can, that's where my current 240mm AIO is.
  3. I found the Kraken G12 but it looks like it would still interfere with the other PCIe card due to the location of where the AIO would make contact with the GPU. It's a microATX case (darkFlash DLM21) so no room to mount the videocard elsewhere sadly.
  4. I'm assuming a custom solution would be around $400. I'm hoping to find an AIO for under $200.
  5. That's a good plan for 2022/2023, but for now I'm trying to keep my budget under $1000.
  6. Hello, I'm looking for a 120mm AIO for my NVIDIA RTX 3070 so I can access the PCIe slot on my motherboard (if I install my capture card it touches the fan on the videocard). I already have a 240mm AIO for my CPU so I only have enough room in my case for a single 120mm which I know is more than enough for just the videocard but I can't seem to find one. Ideally a white AIO would be best but at this point in time I'll take any AIO just to get my PCIe slot back. Thanks in advance!
  7. Setup 2FA for your Steam account and a PIN for Remote Play. "Problem" solved.
  8. As long as it's 802.3af you should be fine, just be careful if it's an "active" POE connection though, I've lost two cable testers thanks to those.
  9. I'm talking from a business owner perspective. I'm just trying to understand which laws are more important and why. I'm going to stick to following the laws of the country I live in, I can't afford to keep up to date on tax codes and laws of every country in the world.
  10. What makes the EU laws more important that North Korea's in the eyes of somebody who doesn't look like be in either place?
  11. If the EU wants to pay for accountants and lawyers then I'm all for it, but expecting companies in one country to hire additional staff to support laws and taxes in every other country in the world makes no sense to me. LMG is a Canadian company, they should only be concerned with Canadian laws and not the laws in North Korea.
  12. 1080p at 30 FPS is doable at 6000 bitrate with x264. I stream at the Slow or Medium CPU preset and it looked decent at 6000 bitrate but I switched to 720 at 60 FPS because it looks smoother. If you stream at a 6000 bitrate then your viewers need at least a 6Mbps internet connection to watch your stream with no dropped frames. Mobile viewers won't stick around unless they're on WiFi and users from other countries most likely won't watch either. I normally stream at 2500-4000 bit rate depending on what I'm doing (sometimes I just want to stream and then export to YouTube
  13. If you're dead set on streaming at 1080p 30 FPS then 6000 bitrate is your best bet, just don't know expect a lot of viewers. I used to stream at 1080p with a 10000 bit rate and got a lot of complaints because viewers didn't have a fast enough connection to watch my streams so I lost all of the followers I made and had 0 average viewers. I started streaming at 720p with a 3000 bit rate and I jumped to 50 followers and became Twitch Affiliate within a month.
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