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RejZoR

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    Polymorphic Sheep

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  • Location
    Slovenia/Europe
  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 5800X (8 cores / 16 threads)
  • Motherboard
    MSI MEG X570 Unify
  • RAM
    32GB G.Skill RipJaws V 3600MHz CL16 1T
  • GPU
    PALIT GeForce RTX 3080 10GB GamingPro
  • Case
    Silverstone Kublai KL07 + 4x BeQuiet SilentWings 3 140mm
  • Storage
    Samsung 850 Pro 2TB + Seagate Barracuda 8TB 5400RPM
  • PSU
    BeQuiet Dark Power Pro 11 750W
  • Display(s)
    GIGABYTE G27Q 144Hz IPS (DisplayPort)
  • Cooling
    Arctic Cooling Liquid Freezer II 240mm + 2x BeQuiet SilentWings 3
  • Keyboard
    UVI Gear Pride (Mechanical Blue switches with optical sensor)
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Spectrum
  • Sound
    Creative Labs Sound Blaster AE-9 with MUSES 01/03 Op-Amps + Altec Lansing MX5021 2.1 (HiFi modded)
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I remember someone having similar symptoms some time ago. Try searching the Displays section of forum, I think it was posted there. And I think the poster solved the problem iirc.
  2. It has IHS because everyone knows Linus and Raja drop everything. So they need to put a shield over the actual chips
  3. Holy shit, throw away this Chernobyl machine! No, seriously, it's external chassis damage. It affects nothing but aesthetics.
  4. RejZoR

    1440P Monitor

    IPS are overrated and TN are underrated. I've had TN that shifted colors less than my current IPS. And I have a 360€ IPS 144Hz 1440p display. So it's not exactly some cheap crap, but isn't some insane 1500€ monitor either. The orange bleeding through black from one side is absolutely insane. Maybe it's this specific panel, but I've never seen anything this annoying on any TN since when I had my first 19 inch 1280x1024 Samsung decade ago if not more. Not saying you shouldn't go with IPS as you clearly have way higher budget, but you should see it in person before pulling the trigger
  5. This is how Google's super advanced sentient artificial intelligence code to detect profanity looks like: *ass* Hilarious fail
  6. People keep saying this, yet I have to find a webpage that doesn't work in Firefox. And I doubt web admins have to rewrite whole pages just to run on Firefox. It's frankly just not as problematic as everyone seem to say it is.
  7. Whatever it is, it's nice to see a 3rd player in graphics segment after a LOOOOONG while. I hope Intel will be able to compete on the mid and high end segment too. Coz that will be really awesome for us consumers. Also if their chips are capable enough yet can be passively cooled, that's also pretty cool. Also backup graphic cards. Either for transitions as you're waiting for new card to arrive if you sell it upfront or just as troubleshooting tool. It's why I still have GeForce 8400GS around that I bought as backup when my main card died. And I still have it around as backup. It can run Half-
  8. Intel's TDP makes absolutely no sense because they are measuring it at CPU's base clock. Show me one desktop Intel CPU that actually runs at its base clock when under normal operation. Maybe those crap chips that don't even have boosting or laptop ones that are either scorching hot and drop to base clock through that or they are just limited to actual power that they need to obey otherwise they'd just melt.
  9. Lol? And what have I said? Them tracking you on ALL shops pages and sharing that with their parent company PayPal. Literally tracking what you're watching before you're actually buying. And it all goes through same system as PayPal is widely popular for buying. Sometimes just reading privacy policy means nothing, you're also suppose to understand what you read...
  10. GSM Arena tested Galaxy S21 with Exynos 2100. People tested Xiaomi Mi11 with Snapdragon 888. Numbers that Exynos can push out are quite lower. Yet again...
  11. Tried it, gave up and removed it. It's pretty much useless for EU market if you ask me, especially for local stores that aren't part of some global chain. There is also privacy implication. Haven't read their privacy statement, but I'd say they are collecting data, because collecting data these days is everything. Being part of PayPal now, they sure as hell want to know what people are looking up before they actually pay with PayPal later on...
  12. From the looks of initial tests between Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100, Exynos is yet again underwhelming and rather disappointing. And of course, Europe is again getting Exynos exclusively. Yay, no Samsung then...
  13. I'm more confused over how and when it even works. Is it enough to just have it enabled in Windows and have graphic card and monitor that supports it or do games have to explicitly support it. I know video content has to, but that has to be pre-recorded that way, games do not, but I'm guessing it needs some sort of support in the engine. I can't really tell a difference to be honest except I got some banding in certain videos. Granted, I do have a monitor with only HDR 400 so that's probably a reason.
  14. I regulated most of my watches down to +1 second a day deviation. It usually took 1-2 months before I noticed it's a bit ahead and then I set it back. Always setting them ahead coz it's better to be early than late. Vostok is using Seiko movements which are pretty reliable, but at least cheaper ones are still not very anti-magnetic. You need their SPron 510 alloy balance springs to have that, but they don't come in movements used by Vostok If the watch was tossed around a lot during transport, it's possible that balance wheel got caught on something and it's running shorter now.
  15. Two of these RTX 2060 and my RTX 3080 is somehow still cheaper... w00t ?!
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