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JayB

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  1. https://www.pcgamer.com/a-recent-windows-10-update-is-hurting-game-performance-and-messing-with-mice/
  2. Wow. That thing is perfect! Just ordered it Thank you all for your help! /close
  3. It is used in a DJ-booth for light-control. 1024p is pretty bad for previewing lighting fixtures, can't accept that.
  4. I should buy a 19" 16:9 1920:1080 display and dremel it down to 17" 4:3 1440:1080
  5. I already have one of those TN 1280*1024 in use. Got it used for 5 bucks. Want to upgrade that
  6. 832€... holy shit. But it is also too lange.
  7. You are absolutly right. ATM there is an 17" screen but since it's pretty old it has big bazzels, so it is around 19".
  8. Nope, it's even limited in the height. It would be too tall.
  9. I need to equip a very space-limited booth with a screen. At the Moment I'm using an old 4:3 1280*1024 screen, the size is perfect but the resolution sucks. Are there any high-res (Full-HD; 1440*1080) screen on the market? Thx for your help
  10. Hey guys, I'm looking for an easy and portable way to remove dust from computers. At the moment I unplug them and carry the in the garage and clean them with a huge compressor. But that is annoying, so I was looking for a portable thing. Canned air expensive and I always need to order new ones, that isn't the solution. I was thinking about a blow-dryer thing without the heat and with more power. Do such things exist?
  11. Yep, it will be okay. But if I were you I would go 4k with that 1080ti. Than you will have a GPU Bottleneck and have no need to overclock.
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    Nvme

    Asus HYPER M.2 X4 MINI
  13. NH-U12S Max TDP on LGA1151 socket: 95W & OC** i5-8600K TDP: 95W So yes, it will be cool enough without OC, if you want to OC Noctua says this: **Our recommendations assume that the cooler is installed in a typically equipped, properly ventilated system. If you are using particularly hot components inside your system, it may be necessary to use stronger case ventilation to ensure sufficient CPU cooling performance.
  14. It says: "Supports DDR4 3200+ (OC) (Ryzen CPU) / 2400 (A-series APU)" not "AMD Ryzen series CPUs support DDR4 3200+(OC)/2933(OC)/2667/2400/2133 ECC & non-ECC, un-buffered memory" So, when you use Ryzen, it will support 3200+
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