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About spwath

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  • Birthday Aug 04, 1999

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  • Location
    Near what was frozencpu
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  • CPU
  • Motherboard
    Dell Motherboard
  • RAM
  • GPU
    Saphire R9 280
  • Case
    In Win 301
  • Storage
    1TB Western Digital Blue, 240GB Sandisk SSD Plus
  • PSU
    Antec Earthwatt 500w
  • Display(s)
    LG29UM57 (29 inches), 23" dell 1080p
  • Cooling
    Hyper 212 Evo, 5x Silverstone AP123
  • Keyboard
    Apple Adjustable Keyboard
  • Mouse
    Logitech MX Master
  • Sound
    Sennheiser HD650K
  • Operating System

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  1. Thought I would share this here, posted elsewhere before, nearing completion now. http://www.troelsgravesen.dk/Illumina-66.htm I had the tweeters laying around, so I figured I would go for these. I am using a simplified geometry to make build easier, but keeping angled parts to eliminate standing waves. I modeled it in Solidworks so I could calculate internal volume with all bracing in place (have not done bracing yet). Here is the basic geometry: Next step, build a little scale model section to make sure everything is going together well, I dont have that much woodworking experienc
  2. Damn this computer was sexy. Stay tuned, maybe ill have something sexy again
  3. I'm going to have to counter this. Yes, in theory, everything is measurable. But do we have the equipment to measure and interpret everything? No. Frequency response is not the only measurement that is important. There is a csd/waterfall plot, impulse response, and much more, and that still doesn't fully describe the sound. Yes everything is measurable, but everything isn't measured.
  4. You would need to open up the speaker and find the right part of the circuit board to solder to, which would be hard unless you know what you are doing, and even if you do know what you are doing, still might be hard.
  5. Why not put the dial not at maximum?
  6. Damn that really sucks. Im surprised no protection in the power supply kicked in or anything. Really sucks though, looks like you had a real nice rig. At least your neighbors caught it though and you didnt loose more.
  7. The whole thing was just filled with fluffy nest material, with a few hard dead mice in it
  8. I bought a computer from 1978 i had to clean a mouse nest with dead mice out of.
  9. 2133 Mhz. I thought it didnt really matter though? IDK i have kinda been outa the pc world after like 2015
  10. actually the new version of FTz01 fits an ATX PSU, but only a really short one. I currently have an SFX PSU in it. Only thing is those GPUs are hard to get. Ill have to see if I can eventually at a reasonable price.
  11. Oh wow, i thought it did, but yeah, just checked task manager, it doesnt.
  12. is CPU really that important though? I would have thought the i5-6400 would still be capable?
  13. Budget (including currency): 500-1000 USD Country: USA Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Cyberpunk 2077, rocket league, other games Other details Existing computer: i5-6400 16gb ddr4 1tb nvme ssd rx 480 450(?)W psu All in an ITX Silverstone FTZ01 case I am thinking about upgrading some stuff, I can only run cyberpunk 2077 at low settings. My monitor is a 38" ultrawide dell 3840x1600, so thats the issue. Do I just need to upgrade GPU/PSU, or would CPU need upgrade too? And what GPU? Seems like you cant get the