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About Enover5

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  • Birthday Jun 27, 1991

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  • Location
    Monaco, MC
  • Gender
  • Interests
    C'mon, I'm here so you get the idea... Right?
  • Biography
    Studying hard to be a doctor, I aspire to excellence in everything I try.
    That includes PCs ;)
  • Occupation
    Bringing justice to the industry


  • CPU
    Intel Core i5-4440
  • Motherboard
    Acer, proprietary
  • RAM
    12GB DDR3
  • GPU
    Gainward GTX 1060 6GB Phoenix Golden Sample
  • Case
    Acer Predator G3-605
  • Storage
    1TB WD Blue hard drive + 512GB SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD
  • PSU
    FSP, 500W, non modular
  • Display(s)
    Philips 273E-LH (1080p@60fps, 1ms latency)
  • Cooling
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum v2
  • Mouse
    Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
  • Sound
    Headset: Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Family Edition

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  1. The mention of FSP having D-tier products in their lineup was solely to show that the FSP branding isn't an automatic factor of undisputable quality. And yes, I do have the link, since the PSU is so unknown there only are a limited number of reviews, mainly in Spanish (since the brand's based there), but only one is in italian as far as I am aware of.
  2. I thought my hunt for weird unknown PSUs was over, but not at all. Oh no. Would you know if the Tacens Radix VII AG is any good? Some random italian youtube channel claims it is made by FSP, but they do have D Tier PSUs in this list, so they don't always deliver I guess. It should be noted that is is 80+ Silver-rated though
  3. Hello gentlemen, I am here to ask you: where would the Zalman LX series be on the list if it was included?
  4. It's been rumored for quite a while now, so you probably should have waited for the real official announcement before making an article... Unless it is just a placeholder for the announcement of the cards, of course ?
  5. That's where I got it wrong. Thanks you two (Ryan_Vickers and WeteCatf) for calling me out on it. Indeed, the 2017 variant was just of smaller size than the 2015 variant, and that's about it. Oh, and ARTICLE UPDATED !
  6. I didn't remember about the K1 (original) having it, but I know the X1 one does have it... EDIT : The original one ALSO had the X1, my bad.
  7. I know, I know. Unless they go fanless and Chromecast-style for mdarcy, I have no idea who it will be designed for. But that's why I don't support the first source when it says mdarcy and sif will share the same SoC. Sif will need a more modern SoC to claim back the SHIELD TV's throne of being the most "balls to the wall"/price-to-performance champion of Android TV/game console implementations. EDIT: There is currently no Tegra SoC based on Turing, but who knows what Nvidia is planning for its most unpredictable division. So yeah, Pascal or Volta it is (lettuce pray for the la
  8. For sif: The Bluetooth certification clearly mentions a "SHIELD Android TV Game Console" with the same model number than in the Shield Experience leak and FCC filing. That's a lot of coincidence if you ask me. For mdarcy: making a lower footprint refresh is far from usual in the industry, and Nvidia has filed for a revision (Class II) of the 2017 SHIELD TV. This points towards a "slim" refresh. And darcy is a well established product. Making a mdarcy means something. Either the m stands for mini, or it stands for mariko. Or both, according to the sources. Plus, we have new peripher
  9. As long as it's not important... And no, there was a Shield Tablet prior to the K1, featuring the same Tegra 4 SoC as the Shield Portable (the "controller with a screen attached" if you prefer) and that cameout in 2013, one year before the K1 was announced (although this model had battery overheating problems, so the K1 really came out in 2015)
  10. Since I left mine with the stock ROM, I can't tell you what patching does to it (plus mine was the K1, not the original one), but it is very safe to say it probably is because of the drops, man. Tablets just aren't as resilient to drops as modern day smartphones. But have you tried to open it up and see if one of the speaker connectors was simply loose?
  11. I can only hope you paid a good price for it then xP As for OLED, of course small panels can be found on affordable devices, but remember OLED is very difficult to produce in larger dimensions. And we've only recently seen laptop-sized screens get equipped with them, and for a hefty price. Keep in mind the price of the Shield Tablet line-up, if the MSRP is above 500$ (maybe even 400$), it completely defeats its purpose.
  12. Yeah, the Shield Portable (that's what it was called) was YEARS ahead of its time... And a software implementation failure like I had never seen before. Imagine it with thinner bezels, Dolby Atmos and a high refresh rate screen... Oh boy. I must've been too absorbed by its shear power and beauty to have noticed the haters hatin' in the background ?
  13. Although I disagree on the fact that it had small bezels for the time (to their credit, the speakers were huge and innovative) and the camera (let's face it, at the time you couldn't rely on mobile devices for photography), it was a great device. And for the phone part (pun intended), look into the Surface Duo... if you can afford it, that is.