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About NoRomanBatmansAllowed

  • Title
    I am a simple man. I see SC2 portait, I follow.
  • Birthday Dec 31, 2018

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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Asus Z170A
  • RAM
    8GB DDR4 2133
  • GPU
    1070 Windforce OC
  • Case
    Rosewill Star Predator
  • Storage
    120GB SSD ADATA, 500GB WD Blue, 1TB WD Green,
  • PSU
    750W CX750M
  • Display(s)
    1024 x 768 + 1400 x 900(Dual Monitor)
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 (not evo)
  • Keyboard
    Devastator II
  • Mouse
    Devastator II
  • Sound
    CA speakers?? (idk some weird crap)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Is the following computer for $420 USD a good deal?


    Dell R620

    • 2x e5-2620
    • 64 GB RAM (16x4gb) - I an also do 32gb in 4x8gb sticks for a discount
    • IDRAC7 Enterprise
    • 4 bays with caddies
    • 2x 146gb 15k SAS drives
    • H710 mini raid
    • 4x GbE nic
    • 2x 750w psu
    • RAILS w/ cable management arm included
    1. Firewrath9


      Yeah especially with all the ram and the gigabit nic

      the sas drives are a bit useless tho as ssds are faster.

    2. TopHatProductions115


      I did a status recently, pricing my current Xeon rig. I don't know if a comparison could help, but feel free to have a go at it...

  2. I'm seeing intel refresh level improvements, if that. This is mainly a push for devs to use Ray tracing more, after which the cards will fully shine.
  3. Go on ebay; take a look. OEM ones are going for about 5 bucks, max 16. Remember that almost anything bundled usually means it's not that good. Not only that but AKG's quality in general has been going down a lot in recent years.
  4. Can you not just turn pointer speed down in control panel?
  5. I think you forgot to put the amount of RAM you have. Also - go play/stress test the CPU with MSI afterburner's overlay running. From then on it should be easy.
  6. You could probably using a Coax to USB TV recorder, and then just splice the sound off when needed. Or maybe a you can make your own Coax to 3.5mm and plug the 3.5 into your mic jack.
  7. Doesn't really matter what UPS you use (at least on a daily basis). So long as there's enough time to shut down safely you're all fine.
  8. Have you tried going on PCPart picker yet?
  9. Do you have the right GPU drivers? You can try to get some older versions too, sometimes the updates result in lower framerates. Also - why do you need 160 fps? I doubt your display can display that much.