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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. Lower DPI, get larger mousepad and use your arm to move the mouse rather than your wrist. Take breaks, do pushups or other activities to help strengthen/support your wrist.
  2. What microphone are you using? If it's a standard usb/3.5mm mic, plug it in the streaming computer at the usb or mic input of pc2. Done.
  3. For any esports title I also turn all settings to as reasonably low as possible.
  4. Voicemeeter definitely works I just ran into latency issues with it. I could have had it set up incorrectly, or it's because my processor is starting to show it's age. I was able to pick up a mixer and separate audio tracks this way. The only downside is depending on how much "separation" you need getting fed into software (obs/discord/etc...) you need an additional line out on the PC. AKA you need another sound card with a line out. As @Ahoy Hoy requested... what is your end goal here? 1) what will you have running on "PC1" 2) what will you have running on "PC2"
  5. Give them a call. EVGA has provided me with the best customer experience and I hope they continue to do so to others. Gigabyte is also a reputable brand. Hope all gets sorted. My main question is what PSU and what Mobo are you using?
  6. The M audio air does indeed have phantom power like the M audio solo does. Didn't see it until I looked into the actual user documentation.
  7. I was mainly just saying it could be nice having phantom power in the event you want an inline pre amp to boost the signal with "clean gain". You would do this if talking into the mic normally doesn't deliver the loudness you might be trying to achieve. The pre amp takes phantom power, and could still be usable with the podmic. Although this may not be necessary.
  8. Nope. Not a huge fan of wireless headphones/earbuds in general. Only time I use some is some cheap ones for working out (mainly running/biking) as it's nice not having a cable then. Other than that I prefer wired solutions 99% of the time.
  9. Have you clicked the red button on the mic and tested? Have you turned up the gain? Have you tried turning on/off automatic gain control in discord?
  10. I do not believe the air has phantom power so keep that in mind if you ever wanted an inline pre amp.
  11. You're good then, that's not a conductive paste. Most aren't, but some are. How did you go about cleaning the cpu and socket?
  12. Do you get any indication that the mic is actually getting picked up within discord? There should be an option to test/listen to yourself.
  13. When you plug in the yeti make sure you go to the settings in the application and ensure the yeti is selected as your input device.
  14. *Most thermal paste isn't conductive. What thermal paste have you used? @Leonk642
  15. It provides up to 54db of gain. Whether or not that's loud enough for you is up to how loud and close you are to the microphone, as well as how sensitive the podmic is. If it's not quite up to your standards you can get an inline amp and power it with the phantom power provided by the m-track solo.
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