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AnirbanG007

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About AnirbanG007

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Jul 22, 1998

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    anirbang_007
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    MrAnirbanG

Profile Information

  • Location
    Kolkata, India
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Linux, Photography, Cinematography, Technology (duh), Machine Learning, Creative Writing.
  • Biography
    Professional Content Writer, with an unparalleled passion for all things Tech. Enthusiastic Video Editor, at my own YouTube Channel. 😉
  • Occupation
    Information Technology

System

  • CPU
    i5 6200U
  • Motherboard
    HP 81EC
  • RAM
    16 GB DDR4 @ 2400 MHz
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon R5 M430
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 @ 500 GB
  • Display(s)
    Laptop's; OC'ed to 75/85 Hz
  • Cooling
    A single heat pipe :)
  • Keyboard
    HyperX Alloy FPS Cherry MX Blue
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  • Laptop
    HP AY-516TX
  • Phone
    Samsung A50s

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  1. Okay, I sure will give it a try. Thanks for taking the time to answer my queries.
  2. Thanks for the reply. But i have a dinky old laptop. I've heard things about Resolve coming to a halt if there's no powerful gpu, my gpu being an igpu from 5 years ago, and also that you have to convert files to dnx something, which are very large... Could you expand on these for me please?
  3. I'm a beginner to intermediate user of Premiere Pro, like I can edit a basic vlog or scripted video with multicam sequence, basic motion graphics, a few transitions here and there... I want to learn Kdenlive too, so as to reduce my dependence on Adobe as well as Windows. Not putting all my eggs in the same basket. Considering the fact that I'm kind of a beginner in both, (I've started kdenlive basics), which one would be easier to learn? So that I can up my editing skills first, and then learn how to do the same things in the other software.
  4. She plans to use it for Arc GIS, which I guess is kind of a heavy software.
  5. Okay, so my budget is 60k INR. That's the ceiling really. She will be mainly running Arc GIS on it. I'd really appreciate if you guys share your thoughts and laptop picks for under 60k INR. I've been eyeing the Inspiron 14 5415, but I need your opinions. Is this laptop good? Or do you guys have good recommendations. Hit me.
  6. There will always be a market for high end gpu's, there are people who buy that stuff. Those who spend such an obscene amount of money would generally gravitate towards native res, or maybe they would pixel peep, and try to find out blurry details which would otherwise be extremely hard to tell... Or they would use DLSS when absolutely necessary. As for something like 1660ti on fsr, it does have it's limits, it's an amazing experience for us, but for them it's less than what they crave for. There are people who want a tier of performance that just isn't possible with the combination of a mid t
  7. For mobo, look for b450 ones, most of the recent ones have bios flashed. Like ASRock, or Asus, MSI, any reputable one. As for memory, 3600 is supported, you just have to enable DOCP (XMP) in the bios to get those speeds. But if budget is a concern, 3200 will do just fine, and it can probably be increased to 3600 if OC'ed.
  8. Wow that sounds really convenient, I'll sure buy one after I get my first paycheck. I'm still a student.
  9. You too. I sent you a message. Please do check it out. Take Care.
  10. Aight, thanks for your reply. Honestly I don't have a lot of controller choices in India. A genuine xbox controller is outta my budget, and the knock off's have so many bad reviews on Amazon and other e-commerce sites. I guess as long as it does the job I'm okay. Thanks again.
  11. Don't use the P word, piracy is not encouraged here. Anyway, yes of course you can copy your windows 10 over. If you buy a samsung SSD you can download the Samsung Magician Software, which does a fantastic job of copying your OS from the HDD to the SSD. If you buy an SSD of any other brand, you could use something like AOMEI software, here's a link:
  12. Lemme do the honors of explaining it to you. 870 Evo is a SATA SSD, it's maximum theoretical transfer speed is 6gbps. On the other hand, the Samsung 980 and the sn550 are NVME SSD's. Basically they're way faster, especially if you're transferring huge files. Those are the big numbers you see on the advertisement pages. 3 GB/s etc etc... Here's where DRAM comes into play, it not only stores the map of where each and every file is located on the SSD, but it also acts as a buffer to store small incoming files (writing to the SSD) before they are stored on the NAND flash cells of the S
  13. First thing, you could use an SSD as your boot drive, and use your HDD for movies and stuff. A 250 gig 870/860 Evo, MX500, or WD Blue, should do the trick. Get the one which is the cheapest among these (mx500 and the evo's are the best, on paper at least), and you should be fine. Not a great time to upgrade GPU, I'm not sure about RAM availability and stuff, but you could look into expanding your total RAM should you feel the need to. Upgrading to an SSD should make a world of difference in terms of overall OS snappiness.
  14. So, I'm looking to get into retro gaming, and my weapons of choice include Batocera Linux and a Logitech F310 Gamepad. It doesn't have a select button, but has a back button in it's place. Will it be configurable as select/hotkey in batocera? Another question, overall, do you guys recommend this controller? Reviews on Amazon are extremely positive. Have any of you used it? What are your thoughts?
  15. Oh, right, yeah I should have mentioned that in the original post. Well, here's all the info you need.
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