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Fabian Lioner

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About Fabian Lioner

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  • Birthday Sep 19, 2001

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 2600 @3.95Ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Prime B450M-A
  • RAM
    32gb (2666mhz/3200mhz)
  • GPU
    Sapphire Pulse 5600XT
  • Case
    Eagle Warrior Changes RGB
  • Storage
    ADATA 512GB Swordfish Nvme SSD, ADATA 120gb ssd, 2tb Barracuda HDD, 1tb Toshiba HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair CX 650M
  • Display(s)
    Samsung 32" Curved 1440p 144hz
    HP 24" Elitedisplay E243 1080p 60hz
    Benq 15" 720p 60hz
  • Cooling
    AMD Stock Cooler
  • Keyboard
    Game Factor KGB 500 MX Blues, Logitech K270
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  • Sound
    RCA SB25619
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    Huawei Matebook D15
  • Phone
    Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 256gb

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  1. Thank you for the note, I'll use graphs that show the difference more dramatically. And a way I found that could make the testing more exact, would be sticking to %, but doing the test with the display off and instead of 1 hour, doing a 6-8 hour test with 4 passes instead of 2, so that the difference is drawn out in a longer period and hopefully it will be shown more clearly. But yeah, without diving into more extreme testing or specialized equipment, I cant imagine more ways to make it more exact than the ones suggested above
  2. For the bluetooth testing I used the original apple airpods, using the AAC codec at 16bit 44.1khz, for the wired headphones, i used the standard apple earpods because of how common they are, and for the speakers the phone uses a main speaker and an amplified top speaker, the laptop uses dual downward facing speakers. I understand the level of specificity that you tell me but I figured that for just the daily life use this could clear out some surface level doubts. I didn't claim the testing was neither universal nor perfect, I used % rather than mah because that way is more underst
  3. I considered making an audio only test, but for this test round I wanted to address the consumption with the display on since I wanted to know mainly while watching videos, which one was more efficient taking the screen into account. For more in depth tests, and to completely isolate audio you're right, I should make the same test but with the display on. I will probably do a test with the display off later, but this one was more focused on video, and listening to music with the display on. Also, my bet was that the headphone jack was gonna win, since there are some 3.5
  4. I did two runs, and they were exactly the same, so no average was required, the real conclusion is that it doesnt really matter what you use, the display and processor will be the real battery drainers.
  5. Thanks for the feedback, I hadn't thought of that scenario, I only did broad comparisons (100 - 75 and 50%) because the testing was already really long at about 12 hours. But your idea is really great. Also, i found that the difference was between 1 and 2% in most cases so we shouldn't worry too much about battery life with audio, and focus more on the display and processor.
  6. Disclaimer: I made this youtube video about this topic, but since I know people here on the forum also like written content I adapted the script into a post and added the graphs :). If this post doesnt belong here I'd appreciate if a mod would move it to the appropiate place, and if it doesn't belong on the forum at all, i'd appreciate if you let me know. That said, if you would like to support me, I would love if you could watch the video, but if you prefer a written review, please enjoy! Introduction: We’re gonna find out what is the best opti
  7. Of course, Linus said that clearly on the WAN Show, regardless it was a dick move and completely predatory, there are brands like corsair that can take criticism and continue to send units even after a bad review, and they use bad reviews as feedback to improve their products. So yes, it is not surprising but it shows that they dont care past the advertisement benefit of sending a GPU, there are lots of companies mature enough to keep working with youtubers, so this is not about sending people graphics cards, this is about trying to supress them and intimidate them, this was literally a direct
  8. YES! and imagine this, I'm trying to grow my tiny youtube channel, but big boy Nvidia will try to shut me down If I dont use RTX on my videos, this is really messed up!!!!!
  9. I wrote this analysis as a tiny content creator and it tries to show the real impact of Nvidia's threats on the Hardware Industry. As a disclaimer, I dont hate nvidia, currently I own an AMD Radeon 5600xt 6gb but I'm planning to switch to a 3060ti, because even though Nvidia had this shitty behaviour I can recognise when they have a good product. That said, I'll leave you to the analysis. Ok if you’re out of the loop and don't know what's going on with the whole Nvidia scandal, I’ll try to break it down for you: So basically Nvidia sent an email to Steve fro
  10. The Blue Yeti Nano is a $100 USD microphone and it looks pretty good on camera, but microphones are not really for the looks. So I'll explore a bit on the audio quality and features. Microphone Modes So this microphone has 2 pole patterns cardioid and omnidirectional. If you're planning to work in a noisy environment I would recommend using the cardioid pattern. For example if you have a noisy pc, if you point the front of the mic towards you and the back of the mic to the PC, the mic will not pick up the fan sound of your PC in the cardioid pattern. On the othe
  11. At first I only posted the video, but since then I have greatly expanded on the content to make it more enjoyable, I sincerely apologise to the people that saw this review when it was video only, and I hope you can enjoy both formats as a whole, and give me some feedback on the content.
  12. I made this Youtube video/review, I hope you like it! Feedback would be appreciated Direct URL: https://youtu.be/4wsuUy0ylOw Description of the discussed Topics: With the recent launch of Ampere and RDNA 2, I was left wondering how these new gpu architectures responded to relatively low temperatures and overclocking, but since they are all out of stock I decided to take a deep dive into RDNA 1, also known as Navi, and I discovered some unexpected behavior that upon further analysis turned out to be perfectly reasonable. Hope you enjoy the rev
  13. It is stuck forever on the main loading screen.
  14. I have no idea, If I can build the PC but not repair it then I may be obligated to stop supporting warranty, but my biggest fear is that I will no longer be allowed to independently build them.