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About lal12

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    Computer Engineer


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    16GB DDR4-3200
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    Geforce GTX 1060
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    Ubuntu (and Windows 10 as dual boot for gaming).
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    Lenovo: 17", i7-8550U, 20GB RAM

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  1. Yeah the viable options I could find were all VA panels.
  2. Yeah if there would be a decent model with my requirements for below 300€ I might go to a smaller size, but since the 27'' seem to cost only about 50€ less than the Dell S3220DGF I am willing to spend that for more screen size.
  3. No I am not at all serious about photo editing. But since I usually do a lot of different stuff once in a while, it is nice to be able to do this stuff in a decent/accabtable way. Mostly if I do something with photos I do something for printing, where my old cheapo display offered a good enough quality/comparability, so in doubt I can compare with it (will become a second display).
  4. Hmm, well the AOC page and the pcpartpicker details say both 300 cd/m²
  5. Nice site. Looking at ratings and price the Dell S3220DGF still seems to be the best option for me
  6. I also looked at that one, but while I have no direct reference 300 nits seems pretty low.
  7. Yeah >= is a common term from programming languages, the mathematical sign is ≥ and it means "greater than or equal as".
  8. I tend to not rely that much on pcpartpicker especially for more secondary stuff like monitors. I found many deals not listed on there. But looking on there now the Dell S3220DGF is also the most promising on there listings.
  9. Hello, I am currently looking for a new Monitor: Ideally 30-32'', but >=27'' would be ok VESA Mount >=1440p >= 120HZ (optional) HDR (optional) GSync (unofficial) support Ideally below 400€, but willing to spend a bit more if wortwhile (Points above are roughly sorted by importance to me) Usage: everything a bit: Video/Photo editing, 3D modelling, CAD, programming, Watching movies, Gaming (mostly single player AAA titles, rarely BF5 and Rainbow6 competitive) My current favorite is the Dell S3220DGF, which I
  10. Looks good, still thinking about going ATX for more expandability, but this is obviously not a performance issue. Though are you sure about the Ryzen 5 1600? For NVENC probably fine, but also for Software Encoding?
  11. Thanks I think I might choose a cheaper mainboard, if I find something with enough slots for the same/lower price. The MSI X470 GAMING PLUS MAX seems to be price reduced for currently 120€. Yeah 450-500W PSU is probably better.
  12. No you are correct about non SUPER models, where the 1650 only had the old Volta NVENC and not the new Turing one. But the 1650 SUPER has the new Turing NVENC.
  13. Budget (including currency): 700-900€ Country: Germany Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Streaming with OBS Studio Other details: I am currently building a Streaming PC for our church (Covid-19 Livestreams). I want to stream in 1080p30 with OBS. Incoming are several network video streams (different Cameras and Image from the Projector) My current plan is the following: - Cheapest Brand PSU e.g. Corsair 400W) - Cheap ATX case - Ryzen 7 3700X or Ryzen 9 3900x - 2x8GB DDR4-3200 - NVME 500GB (probably Crucial P1
  14. The PIs are very cheap The PIs have a low power consumption (7-13€ per year depending on usage and where you live) Small, even small x86 servers are many times bigger Linux is in general just the best OS for servers, besides it is the best when tinkering with more Low Level stuff.
  15. Well if you don't want the classical sync stuff as mentioned before. There are e.g. FTP server apps, I use one sometimes if I don't have an USB cable laying aroung.