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About RejZoR

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    Polymorphic Sheep

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  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 5800X (8 cores / 16 threads)
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Strix X570-E Gaming
  • RAM
    32GB G.Skill RipJaws V 3600MHz @ 3733MHz 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 120mm
  • 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 with MUSES 8920 + Nichicon Fine Gold Filtering stages mod
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. This was my first thought. Dude mounting smartphone on a handle bar lol
  2. So, the Apple Watch 7 with flat sides leak was a big fat lie. I kinda knew it wasn't true because flat sides would be digging into wrist way too much when even Apple Watch 5 that I have can dig into wrist in some positions and it has soft rounded edges. It's also funny how people call ProMotion "whatever" and say everyone has whatever high refresh rate for years and on all models. But do they? Almost all Android phones had rather pathetic adaptive refresh rate, mostly because their integration with OS was garbage. We have to yet see how it is in person, but 10-120Hz adaptive will b
  3. Well, if it doesn't take up capacities for modern graphic cards and miners still see the use in these, then make them? High end cards don't use fab process of these and neither do the memory. Better miners to buy these than RTX 3060's...
  4. The amount of distros for Linux is absurd and it is an issue by itself for Linux. My new personal favorite is Manjaro. They really did amazing job with latest version 21 and it's incredibly user friendly despite being based on very advanced distro (Arch Linux). I've not used so user friendly distro in some 20 years. I'd recommend picking KDE version because it's closest to Windows experience. I used to be a fan of Ubuntu because of its wide adoption, but it's really not a good distro. If you have to use Kubuntu which is KDE based. But Manjaro is just better imo. I'm gen
  5. With NVIDIA, in best case scenario it basically does nothing. In worst case scenario, it creates horrid stuttering and literal half a second pauses. Borderlands 3 is one of the worst offenders, but I suspect Frostbit Engine (basically all Battlefield games) don't work well with it either.
  6. ReBAR on NVIDIA is terrible. I had more issues with it than benefits. And I'm running X570 and RTX 3080. Some games are just unplayable with it.
  7. Epic did breach the contract at the time. I bet they were hoping the ruling woul dbe retroactive and allow them to force their way back to Apple's App Store and Apple won't allow it on purpose. I bet it'll be that way.
  8. I do have my phone on bicycle when I'm going for a ride, but it's inside a bag under the seat and I have suspension seat which it filters a lot of jolts. I don't think it'll be an issue.
  9. The issue here isn't Apple exclusive and has nothing to do with phone internals as such. It has specifically to do with OIS stabilization mechanism that's not meant to experience sustained hard jolts for extended periods of times. Cheap phones without OIS aren't even affected which is why this came up after so long time as 90% of people in the world use cheaper phones that were mostly without OIS. It's just now that they have it on lower end ones and OIS became more common that it started to become a bigger problem. And if you think about it, it makes sense. If you touch the OIS en
  10. Now that photo of the damage emerged, I can clearly say this was point pressure damage (I've seen tons of those on TV LCD panels where people mishandled them). Something was in between screen and base. Either that or there was pressure already present at camera point. Which is unlikely imo, otherwise all of them were cracking.
  11. Why do people still buy Samsung phones even though they were exploding? Why people kept buying Sony phones even though their screens kept cracking out of the blue? Why people keep buying hundreds of things that broke at some point? I have iPhone XR that's working fine after 3 years. Nothing cracked or broken. I also have Apple Watch 5 that's 2 years old now. Nothing cracked or broken. I also have AirPods 2 about 2 years old, nothing broken either. I also had Xiaomi Mi5 in the past that literally snapped in half when bent in tests. It's now in use by a relative and it's still not broken in half
  12. How many of those companies use screens as good as Apple? I very much doubt high end laptop with really high end display is going to cost you just 300€ for a display replacement. Especially when I know HP X360 cost a relative around 400€ for display replacement. And it wasn't some top of the line Spectre model for 3000€.
  13. Buffer size on LAN adapter also matters. Have it too big and data will sit in buffer causing latency, have it too small and you'll have packet drops if they can't fit into buffer. If you get it just right it makes huge difference.
  14. Usually the problem with SD cards is that their NAND controller is pretty primitive and they don't have any onboard memory. Second can technically be mitigated on NVMe, but controller being basic, not so much.
  15. Well, it's because it's wireless. If you can plug it in and still use it, that would make it wired and Apple clearly didn't want a wired mouse.