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8lec

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About 8lec

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    Member

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  • Gender
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  • Interests
    Games and Books

System

  • CPU
    i3-6100
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte H110m ds2
  • RAM
    16gb 2400MHz Corsair Vengence
  • GPU
    1660 Super
  • Case
    CM N300
  • Storage
    500GB 860 EVO & 1TB seagate hdd
  • PSU
    Corsair CX750
  • Display(s)
    HP z24i
  • Cooling
    Stock
  • Keyboard
    Razer Blackwidow (2019)
  • Mouse
    Razer Basilisk (The regular one, not the essential/ultimate)
  • Sound
    Superlux HD660 Reference Closed Back Headphones
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 (1809)

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  1. Your welcome, I hope you like them. Have fun
  2. the u12 a is newer and has a significantly thicker heatsink. U12 a also comes equipped with NF-A12x25 fans which generally cost a 30 bucks a pop. Which cpu do you have?
  3. Hi. What are ways to determine if a PSU is bad without risking expensive components. I've heard you can use multi-meters but I don't know how to test one. My friend's system won't even boot anymore. His graphics card got fried and now even his fans won't turn on (no gpu installed on a b450 and r2600 system), I just want to know if the psu is bad. Thx P.S: If you think it's too long for you to explain, link an article, thx
  4. Which card is that, I haven't heard of that one before. Also if you want an AMD cpu that supports ddr3, you'll have to go with bulldozer which perfoms pretty terribly according to everyone (cannot say anything myself since I don't have a clue about bulldozer)
  5. There's 2 main types of connectors: MMCX and 2 pin (there's 2 version of the 2 pin connector but most of them are the same). 2 pin connectors have cheaper cables (apparently, cuz both cables on aliexpress can be found for ~10 bucks) but the mmcx connector is easier to connect. Both can fail, the pins may break in the 2 pin connector and the mmcx connector can get loose over time. Personally I have a 2 pin iem and I would say just get any IEM you like, both connections will work fine for you and since 99.9% of IEMs come with these 2 connectors you should be fine
  6. In ears are also referred to IEMs or In Ear Monitors. They are the same thing. Hope this helps
  7. Yes, that's a legit issue. I'm also looking for one but since the pandemic, no one is shipping to my country. I'll probably get one next year
  8. Yep, the cable will not change the sound characteristics of the IEMs. Pure snake oil :)
  9. look on aliexpress lots of great IEMs with free shipping. Here's a list of great IEMs: https://audiobudget.com/leaderboard/iem
  10. If you are looking for In Ears, I'd suggest the tin t2 (not the tin t2 plus or tin t2 pro). Metal build, removable cable (MMCX connnector), costs about 40 bucks on aliexpress and 50 on amazon. Detailed and neutral (I personally love this combo)
  11. Oops, sorry. question wasn't for me. lol
  12. I bought a used z24i for 50 bucks in December , great monitor for me and the price was amazing. Before that I had a s****y 720 Samsung tv. I'm glad I found this monitor
  13. If you think that would be using Blender anytime soon, jump and get the rtx 2060 KO because that card perform 27% (on avg) better than the stock 2060. Add optifine to it and boom, you have an amazing card for blender. That is if you plan to use blender... lol
  14. I would strongly recommend the Scythe Fuma 2 (unless you intend to upgrade to a 9900k or 3950x anytime in the future, or their equivalent). It's a great cooler for 60 bucks
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