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NinJake

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About NinJake

  • Title
    ZING!

Profile Information

  • Location
    Wisconsin
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Disc Golf, Technology, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Motorcycles, Turbos.
  • Occupation
    Full-Time Tech, Part-Time Ninja

System

  • CPU
    Intel i7-6700k
  • Motherboard
    Asus Maximus VIII Hero
  • RAM
    4x8gb G.Skill Ripjaws V
  • GPU
    EVGA 1070Ti
  • Case
    CM Storm Stryker
  • Storage
    250gb 850 evo, 500gb 850 evo, 500gb 860 evo 2tb WD Black
  • PSU
    EVGA 750w 80+gold
  • Display(s)
    Alienware 34" UW 1440p, 2 Acer 24'' 1080p
  • Cooling
    Noctua NH-D14
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy FPS Pro - Cherry mx red
    Corsair k95 - Cherry mx brown
  • Mouse
    Logitech g703
    Logitech g502
  • Sound
    Vanatoo Transparent One + 12'' Polk Subwoofer / Sennheiser HD650, 280PRO, 212PRO, KZ ZS10 PRO IEM's.

    Schiit Powered headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows / Linux

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  1. I'd just keep it running and add an infographic or some looping content of the band or both during the intermission period.
  2. Are people only supposed to attempt this if they use a trackpoint? The other thing that can very greatly affect the scores are the resolutions of each monitor relative to the screen size.(If trying this in a browser full screen, for instance you can resize the window much smaller to gain a huge advantage) I currently use a mouse (mx master3) on a 27inch 1080p monitor and got an average of 302. No trackpoint to compare.
  3. If you use the voicemeeter software. you can setup a separate channel that feeds into the recording and have your own mix of let's say 70% left 30% right audio. That way your recording has everything balanced at 50/50. However learning voicemeeter isn't something you just download and setup in 5 minutes, I'd dedicate 30-60 minutes to learn it.
  4. I'm not in a rush to upgrade. However I love to test new operating systems and would rather have an idea of what it's like before actually switching to it as my daily driver.
  5. We won't know if anything he says is true until it actually launches. I'm looking forward to see the new chips from both Intel and AMD.
  6. It very well could be your graphics drivers. I'm only stating this is this same effect started happening to multiple computers across my workplace. It was after we shortly upgraded our antivirus software and funny enough, also only started happening after ~1 day of being online without a restart. Likely a coincidence, but just giving you my 2 cents worth. Aside from the drivers, do you know if any other software was installed around the time you started noticing this?
  7. Just as a test, try to disable malwarebytes and see if it continues to occur. I haven't had that happen with malwarebytes myself but I also haven't used it in a few months. I do know some antivirus software can potentially cause that stutter as they are scanning "on the fly" of what you're executing or processes and what not.
  8. Sennheiser hd280 pro are great for EDM/bass music.
  9. Philips speechmikes are separate devices in windows, and can be used as a standard mic input. Not a fan of their wireless variant though, so I'd stick to a wired model.
  10. What is your "input" setting in discord? Have you ever installed any type of audio software on your pc like voicemeeter or voice changers?
  11. I'm close to the same boat as you... except I'm still rocking the 6700k. The urge to build a new rig is getting stronger each and every day. My main question is do I go AMD or Intel this time around... Or just whatever I can get my hands on really. (looking at you, newegg shuffle...)
  12. stitch? ms paint if you mean blend by overlaying one picture over another (layering), you'll need a different software like paint.net or gimp
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