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About Jorgemeister

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  • Motherboard
    Z170 Pro Gaming Aura
  • RAM
    24 GB
  • GPU
    [AMD] Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480 8GB
  • Case
    Corsair Air 540
  • Storage
    120GB NVMe, 480GB SSD, 4TB HHD
  • PSU
    Corsair RMx Series 750x
  • Display(s)
    2 x 1980x1080, 1 x 2560x1080
  • Cooling
    Air, tons of air
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502, Logitech G703
  • Sound
    DAC/AMP/ AKG K602 / Mooded Grado SR80 / ATH M50
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  1. Hey that looks nice, Im gonna try it. thanks. You made me google for that, I thought it was a game...
  2. Cities Skylines seems like a good one. I used to play a lot on minecraft and watch series at the same time, but Im bored of that.
  3. Exactly what the tittle says. I like to game on one monitor and watch some series (usually re-watch) or youtube videos on another monitor.
  4. ^ I think you need more blue there. (Coming from a blue lover)
  5. Thanks for the help, VNC Viewer works fine, enough for what I need. now Im up to install deluge now.
  6. Why is that? is it too slow? Im installing right now. I only want it to set some downloads and organize some files.
  7. Does that works if I have 1 PC with Ethernet cable and the Pi with WiFi? Thanks for the quick reply btw.
  8. Hello guys, I have a raspberry Pi with Raspbian that is being used as a PLEX server (with an external HDD) and I also want to set it as a download station, so, for this I would like to remove access it from my windows 10 PC. I read some way for team viewer to work in the Pi. I also read a VNC option, willing to try both but want to k now which one would be the better option. ALso, how well does the Team viewer will work in it? I already use it to manage my other PC so it could simplify stuff on the windows side at least. Cheers.
  9. OK, seems like the 5.1 is the best option if placed correctly. I might be too tigh of space tho. thanks guys.
  10. Yeah, I am aware of that, but I still need to place all the rest.
  11. Hello guys. I am mostly a headphone guy. but recently, watching my gf playing games on the living room and there is something I envy, and it is not the couch, the goddamn movie theater sound system. So I might get some audio stuff for my PC, besides the headphones, What would be better, a 5.1 sound system like the Logitech ones, or a sound bar, which would look pretty damn cool hanging from the wall above the monitor. Does it actually makes a big different having the 5 speakers all around you? I might have to get creative with the space and positioning tho, in this
  12. I can only say that the case is a delight to work in, so much room for activities. 1/3 of the case is behind the motherboard, that is where the PSU and all the cables are, and the optic drive and SSD slots. If you see my PC you'd say "what a nice cable management, i can barely see any cable" but if I show you the other side of the case, all the cables are crumbled there and there is still room for I dont know what else.
  13. First post. This is how I spent the last day of 2016. building and setting this up. First day of 2017 was spent gaming. Specs: